Tiny Leaders Deck Time – Neheb

Still haven’t played a game of this format, but who cares? Well, you as my readers might, but hopefully I can bring some insight to this.

There aren’t actually that many playable minotaurs. Maybe a dozen, if we’re generous, and a couple of shapeshifters. Can we do that? I guess… I don’t know if its going to be good, but we can try.

… and the Shapeshifters:

What should we do here? I’d say we destroy the opponent’s plan with discard. It has the added benefit of emptying our own hand for Neheb, but doesn’t work very well with cards like [scryfall]Taurean Mauler[/scryfall], since the opponent can’t really play that many spells. Sigh.

… and of course removal.

I wouldn’t mind a few draw cards, like [scryfall]Night’s Whisper[/scryfall] or [scryfall]Sign in Blood[/scryfall], here, but feels like certain of our discard spells can handled that.

Neheb, the Worthy
Neheb, the Worthy
Ahn-Crop Crasher
Bloodrage Brawler
Cursed Minotaur
Deathbellow Raider
Felhide Petrifier
Gnarled Scarhide
Kragma Butcher
Minotaur Skullcleaver
Minotaur Sureshot
Rageblood Shaman
]Metallic Mimic
Taurean Mauler
Inquisition of Kozilek
Hymn to Tourach
Wrench Mind
Raven’s Crime
Kolaghan’s Command
Liliana of the Veil
Fatal Push
Lightning Bolt
Go for the Throat
Blackcleave Cliffs
Blood Crypt
Bloodstained Mire
Canyon Slough
Command Tower
Dragonskull Summit
Foreboding Ruins
Smoldering Marsh
Shadowblood Ridge
Shizo, Death’s Storehouse
Sulfurous Springs
4 Swamp
2 Mountain

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