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Extended Trix deck

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Trix was a blue-based combo deck which wants to Donate an Illusions of Grandeur to an opponent, causing him to sacrifice it when he can't pay Cumulative upkeep and lose 20 life. Some versions of the deck used other colors to protect and search for the combo, such as black for Discard and tutors like Demonic Consultation and Vampiric Tutor. Necropotence was heavily used in this deck and with Illusions also providing 20 extra life points it also had significantly less of a downside.

Necropotence and Demonic Consultation were later banned from the format, but the deck lived on in one form or another for some time until Illusions of Grandeur left the format along with Ice Age.

In 2008, Mike Flores called Scott McCord's version the 2nd best Extended deck of All Time (stating that "the full-on version made everything else, ever, pale by comparison.").[1]


Trix - Scott McCord - Grand Prix Philadelphia 2000


Blue-Red Trix - Kai Budde - Pro Tour New Orleans 2003


References[edit | edit source]

  1. Mike Flores (February 07, 2008). "Top 10 Extended Decks of All Time". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.