Well, I think I'll start off with the decks, and then give some explanation:

4 Dark Ritual
4 Hymn to Tourach
4 Duress
4 Carnophage
4 Dauthi Slayer
4 Dauthi Horror
4 Juzam Djinn
4 Skittering Skirge
4 Unholy Strength
4 Vicious Hunger
20 Swamp

    To me, this is definitely the front-runner of the format.  You get the
best common ever printer, Hymn To Tourach, plus Duress for some amazing
discard, explosive creatures in the form of Carnophage, Skittering Skirge,
and the shadow guys, plus Juzam, which is difficult for decks to deal with in
this format.  I predict that Vicious Hunger will be MVP in this format, due
to the lack of viable control cards, making beatdown the best deck choice. 
It allows you to just absolutely win mirror, killing a creature and putting
you ahead in the race, and versus sligh, it kills a Pup, deals 2 to them, and
you gain 2, again, putting you ahead. If I were to play in the peasant
tournament, this is definitely what I'd play.

4 Jackal Pup
4 Mogg Fanatic
4 Mogg Conscript
4 Mogg Flunky
4 Mogg Raider
4 Hulking Ogre
4 Seal of Fire
4 Lightning Bolt
4 Incinerate
4 Fireblast
20 Mountain

    This deck is definitely solid.  It doesn't lose much from not having
rares, mainly Ball Lightning and Cursed Scroll, and it definitely has the
burn that it takes to clear the path for the efficient creatures.  Jackal Pup
may be one of the best 1 drops ever, and the Moggs are also very fast and
hard-hitting, while Hulking Ogre, a card that has never really been played,
smooths out the mana curve, giving the only 3 drop in the deck.  3/3s for 3
mana are good, am I right?

    I know what a lot of you are thinking, that these decks must be the worst
rough drafts ever, as both of them are 4 of every nonland card and 20 basic
lands, but I think that consistency will be just as important as power.  If
you can get the same, powerful draw every game, by playing 4 of multiple
spells that have the same effect, you will win, plain and simple. You get the
most powerful commons from every set, so why wouldn't you want to draw them
as often as possible? 

Good luck,
John "nev" Balla
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