Temur Reclamation is a deck to play until Standard Rotation, also a deck with a very high skill cap to play optimally.
As the format evolves through the summer we continue to see this deck consistently out perform at each event. This weekends Red Bull Untapped International Qualifier 2 is no exception to the power of this deck.
With the addition of Core 2021 Temur Reclamation has added more maindeck sweeper affects to stop the Mono Green Aggro builds that have risen in popularity.
The power of Nissa, Who Shakes the World has added a new dynamic to the past list. Normally this spot is filled with
The Power of Nissa is the creation of a creature and mana production that allows Wilderness Reclamation to create favorable board states.
Here is my Current Arena list:
3 Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath (THB) 229
2 Nissa, Who Shakes the World (WAR) 169
4 Mystical Dispute (ELD) 58
4 Expansion // Explosion (GRN) 224
4 Growth Spiral (RNA) 178
3 Aether Gust (M20) 42
2 Storm's Wrath (THB) 157
2 Negate (M20) 69
4 Wilderness Reclamation (RNA) 149
3 Shark Typhoon (IKO) 67
4 Breeding Pool (RNA) 246
4 Fabled Passage (ELD) 244
4 Ketria Triome (IKO) 250
4 Steam Vents (GRN) 257
3 Stomping Ground (RNA) 259
2 Castle Vantress (ELD) 242
2 Forest (SLD) 67
2 Island (SLD) 64
2 Mountain (SLD) 66
1 Blast Zone (WAR) 244
1 Temple of Mystery (M20) 255
3 Elder Gargaroth (M21) 179
2 Bonecrusher Giant (ELD) 115
2 Scorching Dragonfire (ELD) 139
2 Soul Sear (M21) 160
2 Commence the Endgame (WAR) 45
1 Storm's Wrath (THB) 157
1 Aether Gust (M20) 42
1 Shark Typhoon (IKO) 67
1 Negate (M20) 69
I want to highlight that Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath is the backbone of the deck and provide early game ramp and a late game finisher.
A match made in Heaven:
Another great sideboard card is Elder Gargaroth. This card memics all the best part of Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath and it can create a creature advantage to close out the games quickly. Anyone who has played this deck can claim the time sink going through the turns can drain the clock quickly.
Moving forward, this is a great deck to close out Guilds of Ravnica Block Standard through the summer months.
If you are looking for a high skillcap deck, this once will keep you busy until rotation in the Fall when Zendikar Rising Releases.
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