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Sent: Mon, 17 Oct 2005 20:37:01 -0500
Subject: Peasant Boulder

Peasant Boulder (g/b aggro control)

4 Diabolic Edict
4 Vendetta
4 Krosan Tusker
4 Blastoderm
4 Sakura-Tribe Elder
4 Duress
3 Death Denied
2 Yavimaya Elder
2 Nantuko Vigilante
2 Crypt Rats
2 Thresher Beast

2 Animate Dead
2 Demonic Tutor
1 Engineered Plague

8 Swamp
8 Forest
4 Mishars Factory

First of All I play the Rock in Every format, even if i shouldn't or can't. I find a way.
you have a total of 8 single kill cards with two board sweepers.
their is alot of mana acceleration, tribe elder, tusker ,and the elder. Blastoderm, Thresher Beast, and the Tusker is your finisher. A good combo is two cycle the tusker and animate dead it, so on turn 4 you have a 5/5, plus you got a land and a card. Demonic tutor is so great and versitle. its like drawing just what i need, at any given time. the plague is a very good card, because it can be a swift kick in the balls to goblins, rebels, elf-clamp, and any other theme deck. whats it going to hurt, as long as i kill one creature with it or if i cripple them. The hole point of the rock is to be able to deal with any situation. thats why i run duress and the vigilante main deck. this deck can regularly beat high tide, and goblins and rebels. strait burn can give me problems, but thats what the board is for.


PS my email is rcutting@verizon.net

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