The token is exiled at the beginning of the next end step regardless of who controls it at that time, or whether Splinter Twin or the enchanted creature is still on the battlefield at that time. Kitchen Finks is great at preventing this. The tier 1 deck I want to look at this week is Splinter Twin. All-in Twin - Saheeli combo and Splinter Twin combo, for when you really need to win on T4. Like Jesse Hampton, the top-finishing Splinter Twin player was piloting a relatively stock version of the archetype. In a format where most players damage themselves with their lands the sequence of end of turn Bolt, Snapcaster, flashback Bolt, untap attack with Snapcaster often means that opponents lose half their life out of the blue. In the end, while the combo is a central element to all these decks, some of these decks play very differently. Twin won the first big Modern tournament, Pro Tour Philadelphia, and has been a pillar of the format ever since. The idea behind the deck is to have a combo deck that also can play a more aggressive role. Leagues last for roughly a month. Throughout Modern’s history it has remained a small, but noticeable—and often quite successful—portion of the field. Shortly thereafter the last World Championship as we knew it was held in San Francisco. There has been a wide variety of approaches to Splinter Twin decks, and taking a look at these can serve as an inspiration for future decks. The main difference between the two decks was that Portaro also harnessed the power of Punishing Fire. The list was meant to feature all of the decks that we, “wouldn’t be surprised to play against,” in the tournament. 3rd - 4th. The Splinter Twin deck has a devoted core of followers. The combo forces opponents to be careful, which raises your chances of getting into the late game where you will be a huge favorite. It shuts down Goblin Guide, Monastery Swiftspear, and Eidolon of the Great Revel dead in their tracks. He loves control decks, but the decks he builds are always very clunky and never seem to work for anybody else, yet he is regularly successful with them. Three Abzan decks made the Top 8 of Pro Tour Fate Reforged. Splinter Twin from Modern Masters 2015 for . Shortly before the Pro Tour, I sat down with my teammates and wrote down a list of Modern decks. Max Ansbro piloted a Blue Red Splinter Twin list splashing white all the way to the elimination rounds. Tarmotwin basically does the same, but goes one step further with the help of the best beatdown creature in the format, Tarmogoyf. The pure combo versions are nearly extinct as of now although there is no reason why we should not see a resurgence of that approach at some point. After Abzan, it’s my second deck to beat. From my experience, the most challenging part of playing against Splinter Twin is that you never quite know how they’re going to sideboard. Jeskai Twin - Control Twin with T3feri to stop interaction with your combo, Paths, and better sideboard options. This means that a deck could be dead for months only to become the next breakthrough deck again. Second, don’t overtest against any one particular build of Splinter Twin. Rarity, #: R, 129 Card Type: Enchantment Description: Enchant Creature Enchated creature has "T: Put a token that's a copy of this creature onto the battlefield. The other reason why this is interesting is that Bitterblossom has since returned to Modern. The only Twin list that has survived from that tournament is from David Shakarisaz, and even his deck list is only conveyed to us due to an oversight. Asatas on WOMBO COMBO!!! Except, of course, for the times when it’s suddenly turned completely on it’s head! Max Ansbro piloted a Blue Red Splinter Twin list splashing white all the way to the elimination rounds. Luis Scott-Vargas (3-1 in Modern Daily Event). If you know more please post them in the comments. 1 Throne of Eldraine Singles Sealed Product. Yet this entire time, a very functional replacement for Splinter Twin has been readily available. Share. "I know just the person for that job." It only takes 30 seconds to sign up. And as anyone who played Modern during Twin’s heyday knows, having access to a game-winning, turn four combo is extremely powerful. Matt Nass (6th at 2011 GP Pittsburgh, Standard). Jund should be even lower on Abrupt Decays because Lightning Bolt also matches up poorly against Siege Rhino and Tasigur. Sea Twin Unfortunately, Abzan and Jund are notorious for being well-balanced decks without specific holes that can be attacked. Jund has a hard time executing its own game plan while being a land down and under the constant threat of being combo’d out. For everyone else, it’s about knowing public enemy number one, and finding the best way to beat them. For a deck whose best early plays are answer cards, trying to keep up with two dozen different decks—many of which are brutally explosive—all at the same time is just too tall an order. That said, I am definitely experimenting with a more token-heavy take on this, using an instant-speed token generator on turn three (Warping Wail rocks here) to set up a turn four Polymorph. When we’re talking about a deck whose main weakness is being slow, paying 4 life on turn one against an aggro deck isn’t an appealing option. Vendilion Clique, Grim Lavamancer, and Molten Rain also help with this strategy. His teammate, Alessandro Portaro also Top 8’d with Twin. He has three Pro Tour Top 8s, a runner-up finish at the 2013 World Championships, and five Grand Prix wins to his name. This Faerie/Twin Hybrid is particularly interesting as Mistbind Clique has a bunch of powerful applications in Twin. Splinter Twin from Modern Masters 2015 for . These are all the Splinter Twin and Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker infinite combos I know of. Creature removal, countermagic, enchantment destruction and Spellskite all shut the combo down. Event: MTGO Standard Premier #2 - 7/10/11 Two major combos saw play for a while in formats like Extended with the Vampire Hexmage and Dark Depths combo (giving you a 20/20 indestructible, flying Marit Lage beater on the turn you played Vampire Hexmage) or the Sword of the Meek and Thopter Foundry combo engine that made a ton of 1/1 blue Thopters. 1x Captain of the Mists. Grixis Twin Noah Whinston’s deck probably still won more often with the combo than not, but Derrick Steele had Batterskull in the sideboard, a very clear indicator that he at least wanted to switch to a non-combo plan in certain matchups. If you don’t care just skip ahead to the “Modern Era” section. On the other hand the existence of Abrupt Decay hurts this deck as all plans are susceptible to this card. The idea is a bit older, and I know for a fact that Grixis Twin existed at GP Torino that I mentioned previously. Ironically, Deceiver Exarch plus Splinter Twin is exactly the sort of two-card combo that I recommended avoiding. The Japanese pros Mihara, Kaji, and Nakajima included Thirst for Knowledge and multiple Spellskites. Exile that token at the beginning of the next end step." Deathrite Shaman is banned, and Jund thus more susceptible to mana disruption, the plan makes Tron a bye, and UWR control has a hard time winning without its manlands. If you can’t beat Abzan, however, I recommend looking elsewhere. I believe it may well be worth it to trade in your powerful top-end card (Siege Rhino) in favor of the most efficient removal spell in the format. The deck has a reasonable beatdown plan as we saw, but having the ability to tap six lands and win the game no matter what the board state looks like is very impressive. Shaun McLaren (3rd at Grand Prix Minneapolis). That’s not even to mention the activated ability, which comes up more than you might expect, especially when the B/G mirror is prone to dragging on for so long. 6/15/2010 However, the Modern format hadn’t found an equilibrium state between deck representation and adequate sideboard hate back then. In Part 1 of the Splinter Twin Modern Deck Primer, we discussed the basics of how these decks operate, how they want to win the game, and how they sideboard. Tarmotwin This deck is certainly not for every metagame, but if you like Twin you might want to remember this version. 4 years ago. Alternatively, you can fight it by chocking your deck full of powerful mid- and late-game topdecks, as in the case of Urzatron or Scapeshift. You’ll win a majority of games where your opponent Paths your turn 2 Dark Confidant. And indeed, the actual combo is not particularly great against Abzan. Abzan seemed to also be playing a ton of close games, but now losing the majority of them! Birthing Pod is gone, but B/W Tokens, Soul Sisters, and Affinity still exist! Boomerang Twin has since returned to Modern. This might not be too surprising considering Twin’s results at Worlds. (Philly Top8 decklists). It’s valuable to have a 1-mana removal spell against Infect and Splinter Twin, but for grindy matchups like the mirror, giving your opponent a free land is a huge liability. That said, I am definitely experimenting with a more token-heavy take on this, using an instant-speed token generator on turn three (Warping Wail rocks here) to set up a turn four Polymorph. Back then it might have been there mostly to keep Jund players under control. This and Inquisition being mostly a dead card against aggressive decks make this deck a bad choice when Nacatls run rampant. Ancient Grudge, Sowing Salt, and Grim Lavamancer are also powerhouse sideboard cards which Jund can access but Abzan cannot. (60 cards, 24 distinct) - Misty Rainforest, Scalding Tarn, Snapcaster Mage, Cryptic Command, Batterskull, Blood Moon, Vendilion Clique This is a nice simple bog standard list for Splinter Twin. If you’re attending Grand Prix Vancouver, or have another Modern event coming up, this is the time to learn the format, choose a deck, and get a big edge over the competition. Splinter Twin - The cheapest of the duplication effects. (Worlds decklists). Where Thoughtseize is nearly uncastable against Burn, Inquisition of Kozilek and Duress are some of the best cards you can have! Pestermite and Exarch are out here, but Restoration Angel and Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker do the same thing, a mana more expensive but with individually more powerful cards . The first successful deck that is actually dedicated to winning with Splinter Twin comes from Matt Nass. It is the first of the Twin decks here that had Blood Moon, and it is something that has been central to UR Twin’s sideboard strategy ever since. However, I’d like to point out these Dragonmaster Outcasts in the sideboard. ChannelFireball - Magic: The Gathering Strategy, Singles, Cards, Decks. Today we’re going to look at another PTBNG deck list that performed quite well. Good luck! In contrast to Tarmotwin these didn’t really have a way to force Pod into a large board presence. I am not sure how competitive Swartz’s deck really was, but Bitterblossom surely helps if you want to play Faeries in some fashion. Patrick Dickmann discusses the Splinter Twin archetype in Modern. They only get to replay their land, probably still don’t have a play, and discard. At the 2012 Modern Pro Tour Return to Ravnica, just one year after Estratti’s triumph, and only one and a half years from now, Twin was basically off the radar. (You sacrifice the Sword of the Meek, and then when the 1/1 hits, it returns to … And it’s not that figuring out if you want to play Noble Hierarch over Birds of Paradise in Pod or Terminate over Abrupt Decay in Jund doesn’t have its merits, yet Twin has displayed a higher versatility so far, going beyond exchanging cards in a specific role on a one for one basis. The deck is very much about making your opponent play guessing games, and finding the best way to win under any circumstances. But in other cases, the win turn is higher. Jund needs Kitchen Finks more than Abzan because it does not have Lingering Souls to play a similar role as a buffer against Liliana. While Patrick Dickmann is often credited with designing Tempo Twin, two of these decks at GP KC were obviously built with a non-combo win firmly in mind. The removal package keeps the combo in check, and Restoration Angel is one of the most annoying cards for combo decks. Dark Confidant and Tasigur don’t go great together, because of Tasigur’s high converted mana cost. Faerie Twin Even after all these years, it remains the single best card against fast Zoo, and is excellent against Burn as well. This Faerie/Twin Hybrid is particularly interesting as Mistbind Clique has a bunch of powerful applications in Twin. With the Modern PTQ season just having started, I’d like to explore the history and the possibilities of Twin. We also have an excellent trading opportunities finder tool that gets you trading in seconds! Rarity, #: R, 129 Card Type: Enchantment Description: Enchant Creature Enchated creature has "T: Put a token that's a copy of this creature onto the battlefield. These are all the Splinter Twin and Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker infinite combos I know of. The protection package looks a bit rough around the edges. Just a few weeks later Peter Dun Top 8’d Grand Prix Lyon with a Grixis Twin deck. In the coming weeks, Abzan will be the top dog by a clear margin. Three Twin decks made it to the top eight, Carsten Linden with Tarmotwin, Stefan Schütz with a regular Tempotwin version, and Patrick Dickmann with his take on a Spreadings Seas Twin deck. 6/15/2010 Finally we come to the greatest question of our generation: Tasigur or Dark Confidant? If you only have time to familiarize yourself with one Modern deck, it should be Abzan. Thing is, recent SCM-Exarch-Twin lists have given me the idea to put Splinter Twin combo inside either a Burn shell or Blue Sligh shell. A reliable combo deck that is fairly easy to draft and fit within a broad and established shell. David Shakarisaz (5-5 at 2012 Pro Tour Return to Ravnica). In some matchups having Boomerang on the play is devestating. Instead it employs Kiki-Jiki for basically the same shenanigans. Pro Tour Philadelphia Deck Tech: Splinter Twin with Josh Hakakian - … One way to fall miserably behind in a B/G mirror is to get a single creature Edicted by Liliana’s -2, leaving you with no way to attack her on the following turn. For many players, Splinter Twin was the face of the Modern format, and successfully piloting a Splinter Twin deck to victory was seen as a great display of skill. Having maindeck answers to cards like Linvala, Spellskite, and Ghostly Prison is certainly useful, but this was only a side effect. Some players will remain dedicated to their combo, while others will morph into a more controlling deck. This is an interesting approach that we have not seen since, although the viability might depend in part on Punishing Fire being a good discard for Thirst for Knowledge. As a side note, there’s no rule that says you have to play four or zero Confidants. After that, he overcame Pro Tour first-timer Justin Cohen's devastating Amulet Bloom deck in the finals, securing the trophy, $40,000 USD, Platinum Pro status, and an invitation to the 2015 World Championship. Like all Splinter Twin decks, this deck has as its gameplan, an infinite combo. It might have been a reasonable plan back then anyway, but I wouldn’t try it in the age of Tarmotwin. SHOP. Splinter-Twin. A bad matchup against Infect or Urzatron is a small strike against a deck, but not necessarily a dealbreaker. The other two Abzan players in the Top 8, Eric Froelich and Jacob Wilson, addressed this problem by playing with Noble Hierarch. Instead it plays the control role reasonably well with Wall of Omens and twelve removal spells. Reddit. Latest Sets. The Modern format is slow to change. Tasigur, the Golden Fang is also quite good. You play five matches per run. 1x Battered Golem. Finally a couple of days ago LSV played a Daily with a version of Twin that was mainly supposed to be a joke at Efro’s expense. Splinter Twin would get to enjoy their opponent playing slower while they continued to make full aggro/tempo plays, but our hypothetical Cannonade deck can't do the same thing. Instead he is on the regular UWR control plan, and uses Kiki-Jiki as a miser’s chance to catch opponents off guard to win on the spot. [deck title= Jeskai Splinter Twin by Max Ansbro] [Creatures] *3 Deciever Exarch *3 Pestermite *2 Snapcaster Mage *2 Vendilion Clique I am not sure how competitive Swartz’s deck really was, but Bitterblossom surely helps if you want to play Faeries in some fashion. You can beat Abzan by being very fast, as in the case of Burn or Infect. - Monoblue Infect by Samuel Black. I am aware you could nitpick the list ad nauseam and try to give twin perfect Christmas land 3 card combo hands on the play every game, but that isn't the purpose of the list nor is it more realistic than any other top tier deck nut drawing into a … Splinter Twin from Rise of the Eldrazi for . Having at least one proactive early play is helpful, and I do recommend this approach if Abzan is your deck of choice. Inquisition Kozilek is the perfect way to protect your combo against all these cards as long as people’s answers are not super-plentiful. Both of these decks are interesting, but two other decks –the ones that made it to the Top 8– had even more ingenious alterations. The next innovation to Twin happened about half a year later at Grand Prix Kansas City. In some matchups having. Whenever possible, I like to streamline and play the cards that I’m happiest to draw in my opening hand. Note: Archaeomancer, Possessed Skaab, Anarchist, Eternal Witness, Izzet Chronarch, and Mnemonic Wall require a Time Warp effect to go off. It played a lot of counter magic, and it demanded your opponent to have removal or counter spells of their own or else Splinter Twin’s combo with Deceiver Exarch would go off consistently. Finally, you can play a creature deck that simply does something more powerful than Abzan. The only thing to avoid is a deck that needs to assemble a two-card combo in its hand in the late game. However, the deck has other qualities that give it quite a lot of game in the matchup. Reid Duke burst onto the competitive scene in 2011 by winning the Magic Online Championship at Worlds, and has since grown to become one of the most widely respected players in Magic. Previous incarnations of the deck—Jund with either Bloodbraid Elf or Deathrite Shaman—played tons of close games, but always won the majority of them. Twin decks only have a comparatively small core of 10-12 combo pieces, which leaves a lot of room to flesh out the rest of the deck. Created By: _YS. Magic the Gathering singles and supplies stores in Australia stocking the range of Hareruya products, KMC sleeves and card singles. The tier 1 deck I want to look at this week is Splinter Twin. This means both building your deck with some basic lands, but also practicing against the card. Baker Neenan - 02.12.2020. Four months later Patrick Dickmann won Grand Prix Antwerp with the most tempo-oriented approach to Twin till then. Straight U/R Twin, Tarmo Twin and due to recent additions to modern, mainly Grixis Fetchlands, but also Tasigur, the Golden Fang and Kolaghan's Command - Grixis Twin. In the next upkeep your Deceiver Exarch taps their only land, and on your fourth turn you kill them. 6/15/2010: If the ability is activated during a turn’s end step, the token will be exiled at the beginning of the following turn’s end step. Twinning Mistbind Clique itself can result in a soft lock if enough Faeries are around, and Mistbinding them at the end of their turn can protect the combo. It might also have been a bit of a hedge in the unknown metagame. It’s generally one of the cards you’re happiest to see in your opening hand. Mark is not well known outside of Germany yet, but here he has made himself a name for a style that resembles that of Guillaume Wafo-Tapa. If the opponent brings enchantment hate for Pyromancer Ascension or leaves in creature removal for Tarmogoyf then the plan falls apart. You can join the league at any time. Sticking Teferi means, that the opponent can only interact with the combo on-board, and especially for Kiki-Jiki plus Exarch there are just very few ways to do that. One of the problems of combo-oriented Twin decks is that the combo can be attacked from so many different angles. Even more surprisingly all four decks looked quite different from each other. There are several possible builds of twin varying from the first “all in” twin list that Samuele Estratti used to win Pro Tour Philadelphia in 2011, to the recent “Tarmo-Twin” list … Playing 27 lands seems excessive to me, and I am not sure that the three, are adequately supported, but nevertheless this is very clearly the first Tempo Twin deck on Pro Tour level. A reliable combo deck that is fairly easy to draft and fit within a broad and established shell. 1 Negate: 1 Comm. Such a deck could definitely be strong, but it lacks the surprise value of Twin and thus the major tempo advantage that made Twin so good. Your main deck should have four Inquisition of Kozilek and your sideboard should have one or two copies of Duress. The two main versions of Twin are UR Tempo Twin and RUG Tarmotwin, both of which are tempo decks. 4 Splinter Twin Land (24) 4 Misty Rainforest 4 Scalding Tarn 4 Sulfur Falls 1 Stomping Ground 3 Steam Vents 1 Desolate Lighthouse 1 Tectonic Edge 1 Mountain 5 Island It's possible, but there's not really any way to know. In addition to Lightning Bolt, red offers Thundermaw Hellkite. For this reason I have two important recommendations. An easy swap between Thoughtseize and Inquisition will change your greatest liability into a great strength in one of the format’s more important matchups. The last thing you want is to overload on hate cards like Spellskite and Torpor Orb only to lose to a player who brought in Keranos, God of Storms and Batterskull. When players are forced to leave Abrupt Decay mana open every turn for the entire game, it’s easy to wear them down with Cryptic Commands and Snapcaster Mages. For example if Estratti had played against Sam Black’s Blazing Shoal deck those Dispels sure would have come in handy although Pact is better as combo protection. They served him well. Nonetheless, Kitchen Finks can be a fine consideration in small numbers for Abzan as well, especially with Burn being among the top decks right now. After Estratti’s win in Philadelphia Twin was widely played, and did abysmally, winning only 40% of its matches. Dismember isn’t great either. After the recent bannings and Antonio del Moral Leon earning a Pro Tour title with the deck… Affinity represents the aggro part of the format, Rock decks are pure midrange, Pod is midrange with a combo element, and Twin decks have evolved from a combo deck to a tempo deck with a combo element. You’ll win even more games where they let it go unanswered! It’s probably on equal footing with the Stoneforge Mystic plan. Here's a list I'm testing for reference: Previously Splinter Twin had been almost exclusively a European deck. 4 Splinter Twin. After the recent bannings and Antonio del Moral Leon earning a Pro Tour title with the deck, it could reach an all-time high in popularity. Noah Swartz (4-1-1 at 2011 Worlds). What I want to talk about is what a Twin shell might look like today. The fewer Splinter Twins in the deck, the more likely you are to have relevant cards to win the fair way - yet your opponent still has to play like you could have a Twin at any time. The token is exiled at the beginning of the next end step regardless of who controls it at that time, or whether Splinter Twin or the enchanted creature is still on the battlefield at that time. At least in spirit this is a predecessor to the Kiki-Jiki deck that Shaun McLaren recently Top 8’d a Grand Prix with. It doesn’t really seem natural to splash green just for the flashback of Ancient Grudge, but Grudge fits the game plan so much better than Shatterstorm. Restoration Angel is good with Wall of Omens, and also combos with Kiki-Jiki. A card I particularly like right now is Maelstrom Pulse, as it can kill expensive creatures, wipe up Lingering Souls, and gives insurance against unexpected cards like Batterskull. Another thing that I find interesting is that Estratti realized even back then that Ancient Grudge is just better in the matchup against Affinity than Shatterstorm. Throughout Modern’s history it has remained a small, but noticeable—and often quite successful—portion of the field. Splinter Twin is not the quickest combo, it can pull of a turn four win without any ramp at all but in my experience is much more of a turn six sort of deck. This deck is not as focused on the combo itself. Hellkite, while it might not be objectively as good as Siege Rhino, is also an appealing curve-topper in a format in which Lingering Souls is one of the defining cards. At it’s core this is a combo deck, and a good one at that. One good result for Affinity might have people bring endless Shatterstorms and Ancient Grudges only to be dumped for Torpor Orbs and Spellskites after a good result for Twin. This side of the Atlantic the next relevant Modern event happaned at the Bazaar of Moxen. In the next upkeep your Deceiver Exarch taps their only land, and on your fourth turn you kill them. Thoughtseize is the best way to achieve this goal, but other ways include cheap, instant-speed removal spells like Path to Exile, Dismember, and Slaughter Pact, or flash creatures like Vendilion Clique and Restoration Angel. First, focus on versatile sideboard cards like Duress and Thoughtseize. I won’t linger on this as Pro Tour Philadelphia was just a few weeks away. Set: Rise of the Eldrazi Type: Enchantment Aura Rarity: Rare Cost: {2}{R}{R} Enchant creature Enchanted creature has "{T}: Create a token that's a copy of this creature, except it has haste. Your top priority for beating Splinter Twin should be to make sure you don’t fold to Blood Moon. 1x Rime Tender. By comparison, the core of Affiinity is probably something like 50 cards. My conclusion was that Abzan was all-around just a little bit too slow to keep up with the pace of Modern. 'Splinter Twin' - constructed deck list and prices for the Magic: The Gathering Trading Card Game from TCGplayer Infinite! Jesse had a stellar result, but as is often the case in Magic, different players can have vastly different experiences with the same deck. Especially since Abzan players will be loading up on Path to Exiles to beat Splinter Twin and Infect, a 2-mana, must-kill-immediately creature is very appealing. Patrick Dickmann (3rd at Pro Tour Born of the Gods). They never had access to more than a single mana apiece. (I was a bit startled to realize that it has actually been banned longer than it was ever legal.) After that, he overcame Pro Tour first-timer Justin Cohen's devastating Amulet Bloom deck in the finals, securing the trophy, $40,000 USD, Platinum Pro status, and an invitation to the 2015 World Championship. Straight U/R Twin, Tarmo Twin and due to recent additions to modern, mainly Grixis Fetchlands, but also Tasigur, the Golden Fang and Kolaghan's Command - Grixis Twin. At it’s core this is a combo deck, and a good one at that. Against all three of them, I will take out as much combo, as possible and play a tempo / control game since most of the time Splinter Twin will be the worst card in your deck. This is because you just need 1 Pestermite, 1 Splinter Twin, 2 Mountain, 1 Island and any other fourth land in your opening hand to guarantee lethal on turn 4. His deck is among the successful decks of the tournament (6-4 or better) although David went 5-5. Unfortunately, in our testing gauntlet, Abzan surprisingly proved to be a bit of a punching bag. Here we have a Teachings control deck, that makes use of the best combokill in the format. Unlike Splinter Twin decks, which at least retain value on the whole because of their mana base and other format staples, if Affinity gets gutted at some point in the future, all that will remain is a pile of 71 unplayable artifacts which slot into no other deck. (I was a bit startled to realize that it has actually been banned longer than it was ever legal.) Exile that token at the beginning of the next end step." Twin as an archetype is thus only loosely tied together by the use of the Splinter Twin combo, but features a wider array of strategies than the other pillars of the format. As if that weren’t good enough, Tarmogoyf as a blocker is one of the most powerful plays against aggressive decks. The problem with this deck is that it is exceedingly fragile. Anyway, his deck is not bereft of innovation at least. I’ll grant that it matches up poorly against Burn, but it remains excellent against combo decks, control decks, and the mirror match. This balance is exactly the right way to play Splinter Twin. I also recommend diversifying your removal, and not overdoing it on Abrupt Decays. The full set of Snapcaster Mage and Lightning Bolt is another essential part to that strategy. 2 Spellskite, 2 Dispel, 2 Pact of Negation and 1 Disrupting Shoal main plus 1 Deprive and 2 Spellskite doesn’t look like it can be the best configuration in the vacuum. There’s still nothing like turn 1 Inquisition of Kozilek into turn 2 Dark Confidant! With all the cantrips in the main deck they could easily assemble this combo postboard, and thus attack the opponent from a different angle than preboard. 1x Sunstrike Legionnaire. - Counter-Cat by Josh Utter-Leyton. The rest of the deck follows quite naturally then. In 2015 — when Twin was arguably at its best — there were seven non-Splinter Twin decks still holding 5% or more of the top-8 meta for the year. Any of these decks would be good choices for upcoming tournaments, particularly if you have to the time to practice and make the decklists your own. Finally Estratti had three Blood Moons in the sideboard. A problem with this approach is that the mana base is not as good as you would like it to be. Of course with 20% of this Standard deck being on the Modern banned list, there is no easy port for this deck. We also looked at a sample deck list from Pro Tour: Born of the Gods called “Tempo Twin”. Many of my decks in testing contained three copies. Magic: The Gathering 22,353 views. [deck title= Jeskai Splinter Twin by Max Ansbro] [Creatures] *3 Deciever Exarch *3 Pestermite *2 Snapcaster Mage *2 Vendilion Clique Yet this entire time, a very functional replacement for Splinter Twin has been readily available. Dickmann is a true master with Twin, and in his hands this deck is very powerful, but if you haven’t played a thousand games with Twin yet, then you will probably make mistakes, and this deck is not very forgiving to your own mistakes. In 2016, a full year with Splinter Twin banned, seven decks once again held that same 5% or more of the top-8 meta. In the next couple of months not much happened with Twin. Thoughtseize can round out the rest, depending on how many slots you choose to dedicate to hand disruption (I recommend seven to nine between main deck and sideboard). With Inferno Titan Tempo Twin might now have a powerful way to punish Pod for not going wide. German players Simon Görtzen, Florian Pils, and Jan Rüß chose a super-hybrid Pyromancer Ascension deck for the Extended portion of the tournament. We’re fresh off of a change to the banned list and a major Modern event in Pro Tour Fate Reforged. I don’t know how well this deck would fare if opponents were prepared, but for the time being this seems like an approach worthwhile of exploration, especially for Control mages looking for a Modern deck. So, I think the best thing to do is to test the obvious things we would see if Twin … A few things are worth noting about Estratti’s deck. No Seriously, It's Splinter Twin. No Seriously, It's Splinter Twin If you've ever played the old Splinter Twin decks before it was banned, you'll be right in your element playing Jeskai Saheeli. Inferno Twin Fortunately, the corollary to that is that most decks will have at least decent game against them. ... Every deck can run away with a game, but midrange decks are more prone to scraping across the finish line, while decks with a two-card combo can lean on that power level to win while sitting on several dead cards. Along the same lines, I strongly recommend reconfiguring your discard spells to better fight the Burn deck. The sideboard includes four copies of Splinter Twin and Pestermite each. Consequentially Anger of the Gods was not as strong in Tempotwin as in Tarmotwin. We also looked at a sample deck list from Pro Tour: Born of the Gods called “Tempo Twin”. Three months later Marcel Kachapow made it to the finals of Grand Prix Prague with almost the same deck list. I am not giving you a deck list because the conclusion from this deck challenge is that to use Splinter Twin on a creature once per turn just does not work right now. Nevertheless this is the first real finish for the deck. We also looked at a sample deck list from Pro Tour: Born of the Gods called “Tempo Twin”. After the appearance of Deceiver Exarch in New Phyrexia Twin decks became a thing in Standard, too. However, a problem remained that Abzan doesn’t have access to a good turn-one removal spell. It’s strange to me that it’s now become so marginalized as a card! Such a deck should propser in a metagame that has a lot of regular and/or Tarmotwin decks. In Part 1 of the Splinter Twin Modern Deck Primer, we discussed the basics of how these decks operate, how they want to win the game, and how they sideboard. If you enter a Modern tournament, be prepared to have your hand torn apart early and often. Unlike the other pillars, Affinity, Pod, and Rock, Twin has been successfully played in very different forms. Posted on June 29, 2020. Today we’re going to look at another PTBNG deck list that performed quite well. Followed by a in Depth Deck Tech on the original Modern combo deck Splinter Twin. Del Moral Leon’s deck featured a few controlling elements like Cryptic Commands and Electrolyzes, but for the most part it was rather dedicated to winning with the combo. I never tried this build, so I am not quite sure how good Boomerang is on the draw, but against aggressive decks it seems like a resonable proxy for removal. 1x Midnight Guard. Against other decks, that don’t impact the board early on –like other Twin decks and Scapeshift– bouncing their land might be solid even on the draw as the amount of lands in play restricts when they can go off. The first time that Splinter Twin was played to some success at a major tournament was at Pro Tour Amsterdam. I’ve talked at length about the different flavors of B/G that might be out there, and some recommended card choices for anyone considering playing the archetype. Splinter Twin is a blue/red combo deck for the Modern format (as of Jan 18th 2016, Splinter Twin has been banned in Modern format, rendering this deck unplayable). Such a deck could definitely be strong, but it lacks the surprise value of Twin and thus the major tempo advantage that made Twin so good. So we all know that Splinter Twin is banned, and this thread wasn't created to talk about Twin at all. Choose Printing (2 Total) Sign up to add this card to your Inventory, Wishlist or Tradelist, and to start creating decks with it. Splinter Twin is not the quickest combo, it can pull of a turn four win without any ramp at all but in my experience is much more of a turn six sort of deck. You may enter any number of times but only one deck at a time. Twin decks like this were in vogue for a short time. This is not even to mention other builds of Twin like TarmoTwin and W/U/R Twin! Aug 3rd League 2–2 Download; Buy; Source; Creatures 24. Florian Koch started playing Magic in 1994, but first saw major success with a win at GP Lyon in 2010. EDH Recommendations and strategy content for Magic: the Gathering Commander Since the Pro Tour some new Twin brews have emerged. The reason why Splinter Twin Combo isn't played in Legacy is because the heavy amount of removal doesn't make it such a solid choice vs. Modern. 4 years ago. To clarify: For Goblin Sharpshooter + Splinter Twin to work, you need 1 other X/1 in play on either side (I'd recommend running 2 Forbidden Orchard):. I suppose the main deck is best equipped for a metagame of midrange and control decks, but with access to black and red the very best sideboard options to fight aggro and combo are also available. It's been some time since the card was banned, and we have had a lot of cards printed since. 2nd. Patrick Dickmann discusses the Splinter Twin archetype in Modern. 1x Goblin Sharpshooter. 1x Dross Scorpion. Playing 27 lands seems excessive to me, and I am not sure that the three Mistbind Clique are adequately supported, but nevertheless this is very clearly the first Tempo Twin deck on Pro Tour level. Twin on Sharpshooter, make a Sharpshooter, shoot the other X/1, untap both twins; Make a Sharpshooter, shoot 1 on enemy with the second sharpshooter, have third sharpshooter shoot itself, untap 2 sharpshooters On the other hand turn 4 Shatterstorm on the draw might just not be good enough, especially in a time when Affinity players often had 4 Galvanic Blast and 3 Shrapnel Blast. Path is an abysmal answer to a quick Wild Nacatl, Goblin Guide, or Dark Confidant. It’s a bad feeling to be eliminated from a tournament because you fetched the wrong land on turn 1. Teachings Twin [[Splinter Twin]] is a completely safe unban in my opinion. For Abzan, I like two copies of Maelstrom Pulse, three copies of Abrupt Decay, and rounding out the rest with a mix of Path to Exile, Dismember, and Victim of Night. Otherwise, be sure to include them in your testing gauntlet, and be prepared to face them in your next Modern tournament. Splinter Twin: 4 Rare Lands (23) 1 Cavern of Souls: 1 Rare 2 Desolate Lighthouse: 2 Rare 4 Island: 4 Misty Rainforest: 4 Rare 1 Mountain: 4 Scalding Tarn: 4 Rare 3 Steam Vents: 3 Rare 1 Stomping Ground: 1 Rare 3 Sulfur Falls: 3 Rare Sideboard (15) 1 Grim Lavamancer: 1 Rare 1 Rending Volley: 1 Unc. 0. 3rd - 4th. 2 Pyroclasm: 2 Unc. Twin decks like this were in vogue for a short time. Meanwhile Dickmann was brewing up a new take on his singature deck, Tarmotwin. Another GP Top 8 in Madrid in 2012 soon followed, where he brought the Legacy Omniscience deck to the forefront of the format. The deck was ultimately deemed too strong for the format, and it died with the ban of Splinter Twin in the first weeks of 2016. I must admit I am not quite sure if Twin is the main plan or the backup plan here. Nevertheless KC suddenly had four Twin decks in the top 16. "I know just the person for that job." As many of your removal spells as possible should be able to kill Tasigur, the Golden Fang, which can otherwise dominate the mirror match in a stall. Duel … If you've ever played the old Splinter Twin decks before it was banned, you'll be right in your element playing Jeskai Saheeli. Like so many G/B Modern players before him, he focused on discard spells, spot removal, and single threats capable of winning the game on their own. As a result, Twin players usually couldn’t blindly jam the combo – they had to try and manoeuvre into a better position over several turns. Of course, not having a banned list also beefs up Twin combo by allowing access to actual Splinter Twin (still banned at the time of this writing), alongside Kiki-Jiki, Deceiver Exarch, and Pestermite. Overtesting against one build can lead you into dangerous habits and subtract from your ability to expect the unexpected. Siege Rhino is a fantastic card, but Lightning Bolt plays a critical role in the archetype where Rhino is a little more replaceable. There are several possible builds of twin varying from the first “all in” twin list that Samuele Estratti used to win Pro Tour Philadelphia in 2011, to the recent “Tarmo-Twin” list … Splinter Twin This might have been a great plan in theory, but unfortunately Jund players had just gotten access to Deathrite Shaman. In theory you can get the whole combo off Mystical Teachings, digging for Exarch, Teferi, and finally Kiki-Jiki. Not unlike Tarmotwin today, the main deck has four Tarmogoyf. Of all the innovative Twin decks, Noah Swartz’s take stands out. The mana and time spent creating a token Wurmcoil Engine is far better spent casting two Wurmcoil Engines. on the play is devestating. The slower combo plan should make this deck quite weak against dedicated combo decks like Ad Nauseam, Storm, or Scapeshift. Samuele Estratti (1st at 2011 Pro Tour Philadelphia), Samuele Estratti won Pro Tour Philadelphia with this combo-oriented Splinter Twin version. Twin on Sharpshooter, make a Sharpshooter, shoot the other X/1, untap both twins; Make a Sharpshooter, shoot 1 on enemy with the second sharpshooter, have third sharpshooter shoot itself, untap 2 sharpshooters "I know just the person for that job." It burst onto the scene when Modern became a format the next year, and from then on it was the most polarizing deck in the game and considered the best deck in Modern by most players. Replacing Ponder and Preordain with Serum Visions and Sleight of Hand is a downgrade, but it might not render the deck unplayable. Sang Mun Bang (24th at 2011 GP Singapore, Standard). Theros: Beyond Death Singles Sealed Product. I find this deck very interesting as it displays some of the characteristics of Tarmotwin long before that deck came to be, and also because it could be ported quite easily to the current Modern format. Three Twin decks made it to the top eight, Carsten Linden with Tarmotwin, Stefan Schütz with a regular Tempotwin version, and Patrick Dickmann with his take on a Spreadings Seas Twin deck. - Splinter Twin by Samuele Estratti. It was essentially a combo control deck that relied on flash creaturesShop Now, and though the primary goal was creating infinite creaturesShop Now to win on the spot, it often w… Turn 2 Grudge, turn 3 Deceiver Exarch plus Grudge into turn 4 Twin is almost unbeatable for Affinity. To find a game sign up and then create a game in Constructed, Specialty, Freeform Tournament Practice with "Penny Dreadful League" as … This deck will in all likelihood cast its spells most of the time, however it will have to pay some extra life as the lack of good fetchlands lets you pay more often for shock lands. Twinning Mistbind Clique itself can result in a soft lock if enough Faeries are around, and Mistbinding them at the end of their turn can protect the combo. The other innovative list from KC is the first real UWR Twin by Casey Swanson. It can generate extra value with (excess) Splinter Twin by using it on Wall of Omens. In Part 1 of the Splinter Twin Modern Deck Primer, we discussed the basics of how these decks operate, how they want to win the game, and how they sideboard. At only three mana, it’s more difficult for Burn to set up Skullcrack, and it’s less devastating when they do. Having maindeck answers to cards like, is certainly useful, but this was only a side effect. When Splinter Twin came out of Rise of the Eldrazi there was no Pestermite in Standard and Deceiver Exarch hadn’t been printed yet. Several other Twin decks has a 7-2 result, the most interesting of these by Mark Tobiasch. From there, he quickly trumped Hall of Famer Jelger Wiegersma in the semifinal mirror match pitting Splinter Twin against Splinter Twin. Previously almost all Twin decks had four Deceiver Exarchs and only a few Pestermites. Pro Tour Philadelphia Deck Tech: Splinter Twin with Josh Hakakian - Duration: 9:52. To clarify: For Goblin Sharpshooter + Splinter Twin to work, you need 1 other X/1 in play on either side (I'd recommend running 2 Forbidden Orchard):. By. And people will probably bring cards like Negate, Nature’s Claim, and Spellskite anyway, even if they believe that Twin is dead. Anyway, he made top 16 of the BoM Modern main event with this Twin version. This leads to a deck that has two solid game plans, and thus makes Tarmotwin the most robust Twin version to date. In fact, I’d say it’s the only deck that you’ll definitely need to beat if you’re looking for a strong finish in a Modern tournament. We named deck after deck—I reached the bottom of the page and had to turn to the next one in my notebook—28 different decks in all! Test against it, and have it in mind throughout any Modern tournaments you play. To make a long story short, I miss Lightning Bolt! Keranos, God of Storms, Threads of Disloyalty, Anger of the Gods, Blood Moon, and Jace, Architect of Thought give him the option to move partially away from his combo toward a more normal U/R Control deck. Splinter Twin I can only guess what the exact reasons were, but I suppose a well prepared field and inexperienced pilots were at least two of the main reasons. Today we’re going to look at another PTBNG deck list that performed quite well. Living the dream! Do not leave home without four Inquisition of Kozilek in your main deck. There are many, many more decks to discuss in Modern. The format was introduced as a non-sanctioned Magic Online format in May 19, 2011 and subsequently officially codified on August 12, 2011, when the format of Pro Tour Philadelphia was changed from Extendedto Modern. Being well prepared for a Modern tournament doesn’t necessarily mean building and testing against such an outrageous number of different archetypes. Living the dream! Simon Görtzen (2010 PT Amsterdam, Extended). McLaren’s deck is not a tempo deck, though. This is true especially for the blue red versions of Twin. After 2011 Worlds it took more than a full year for another innovation in Twin to have a real finish. For the most part David’s deck is just a generic all-in combo version of Twin. Next time I’ll cover some more of the most important ones, but remember that Modern is about choosing a balanced deck and being prepared for everything. 6/15/2010: If the ability is activated during a turn’s end step, the token will be exiled at the beginning of the following turn’s end step. McLaren’s deck might be the most similar current deck, but I suppose it plays quite differently, being focused much more on playing spot removal and winning a very long game with Sphinx’s Revelation instead of Jace. Tempo Twin Aside from the mainstream versions several alternate versions have been tried: Grixis Twin as a combo-oriented approach, other tempo-oriented versions with Spreading Seas or Faerie Hybrids, and finally control oriented versions such as Grixis Teachings Twin and UWR Kiki Control, that doesn’t really use Splinter Twin, but has a similar combo finish. I went into Pro Tour testing wanting badly to play a deck like the one Jesse Hampton settled on. Finally Wall of Omens and Lightning Helix make racing this deck very hard, even with Tarmogoyfs. A few cards in this deck have changed since the Pro Tour, but the concept is state-of-the-art for Twin decks. Especially Stoneforge Mystic and Jace, the Mind Sculptor don’t have adequate replacements in Modern. Set: Rise of the Eldrazi Type: Enchantment — Aura Rare Cost: {2}{R}{R} Enchant creature Enchanted creature has "{T}: Create a token that's a copy of this creature, except it has haste. Splinter Twin on Deceiver Exarch could be broken up by cards that just about any deck played. (Jund also lacks the life gain of Siege Rhino). Set: Rise of the Eldrazi Mana Cost: Card Type: Enchantment - Aura Description: ... Theme Deck Set Planechase Planechase 2012 Welcome Deck 2016 Welcome Deck 2017 Battlebond Legendary Cube Prize Packs Treasure Chest Jumpstart Game Night 2019. You have my picks for the times when it ’ s results at.... 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