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Ageless Mi-Go

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Ageless Mi-Go

Ageless Mi-Go

Type: Character Faction: Shub-Niggurath
Cost: 2 Skill: 2 Icons: (A)
Game Text:
Your Mi-Go characters gain Toughness +1.
Set: SoA
Number: 23
Illustrator: Andrew Johanson


After playing Slivers in MtG and finding them to be kind of blah to play after awhile, I've never been tempted to try a Mi-Go deck.  To anyone with a dedicated Mi-Go deck, how does it differ from Slivers?  At least Slivers had the 5-color thing going for it.  The fact that Mi-Go are all red seems to make them less interesting, but maybe I'm wrong.

My son played a Mi-Go deck at Worlds last year and did fairly well with it.  I can't compare it to slivers as I don't play MTG, but it was a fun deck to play when it worked (which was most of the time), but really sucked if you couldn't get it rolling (Top 8 game at Worlds 2015 for my son).  It required more then just the Mi-Go's though.  It used most (but not all) of the Mi-Go's, The Festival, Dark Rebirth, Plague Stone, The Claret Knight and Savio Corvi.  A very potent mix of characters especially when it got rolling, or was able to trigger the Plague Stone => Dark Rebirth combo after filling the discard with Mi-Go's via The Festival.

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