Commander 2016 Deck Review and Upgrades: Open Hostility – Saskia the Unyielding

Hello! Today, we do the fifth and last Commander 2016 deck review: Open Hostility. If you want to purchase any of these deck, you can purchase them here.

saskia

The Saskia deck is the big beater deck of the bunch. It’s pretty focused, it has a bunch of token producers, anthem effects, and a lot of big beaters. Saskia helps the aggressive deck function, because the flaw of playing an aggressive deck is that after you burst down one player, you can’t muster the power the defeat the rest of them. Saskia helps you take down two players at one time, to try to prevent getting behind too much.

Improved Decklist: Saskia Improvements

What I did was I took out the cards that don’t contribute towards the aggressive goal of the deck, to not slow it down too much. I added in some more anthems and big beaters, to burst people down even faster.

What do you think? Comment below!

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3 thoughts on “Commander 2016 Deck Review and Upgrades: Open Hostility – Saskia the Unyielding

  1. I like Prossh, Skyraider of Kher what do you think of what I should put in with him? Also I like your deck as well I want to go against it with a Red, Green deck that I built

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    1. Prossh is a really cool deck! It has a few elements : token creators and doublers (Ophiomancer, Parallel Lives, Doubling Season, etc.), it has sacrifice outlets to make use of all the tokens (Ashnod’s Altar, Goblin Bombardment, etc.) and cards that benefit from sacrificing creatures (Zulaport Cutthroat, Blood Artist, Dictate of Erebos, Fecundity, etc.) It generates insane amounts of value by drawing tons of cards and draining for huge amounts of damage with all the tokens the deck can produce.

      If you want, you can buy Prossh here if you want: Prossh, or you can buy the deck containing him if you want to get some baseline understanding of the deck here: Prossh Deck

      Also, I can trade you some of the cards for the deck if you need them. 🙂

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