Pool Two Dino Control by MdrmBK7

Today's Deck Highlight looks to show you how to level up a popular Pool One deck once you're knocking on the door of Pool Two! Join HowlingMines as he explores some of the cards you'll want to open to pair with Devil Dinosaur!

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Today’s decklist is a Pool-Two Dino Control list posted by user MdrmBK7, an upgrade to a fairly popular Pool One archetype abusing Devil Dinosaur! As a fair number of players begin to approach Pool Two, it seemed like a great deck to show you not only some of the upgrades you can make to your existing deck, but some of the exciting cards on the way too!

Pool 2 Dino Control
Created by MdrmBK7
, updated 1 month ago
2x Collection Level 1-14
4x Collection Level 18-214 (Pool 1)
5x Collection Level 222-474 (Pool 2)
1x Starter Card
3.4
Cost
0-
1
2
3
4
5+
5
Power
0-
1
2
3
4
5+

Dino Control has been a huge fan favourite deck for players since early beta, before Devil Dinosaur ate a few nerfs – but it hasn’t completely stopped the competitive viability of this deck! – Drawing cards is one of the most powerful things you can ever do in card games, and this deck does that in abundance with Agent 13 and Cable, while Sentinel makes more copies of himself – you never run out of cards, giving you SO many options!

This version of the deck also features a few Pool Two Powerhouse Pairings: Sunspot and The Infinaut, and Storm joining Pool One All-Star Jessica Jones. Sunspot gives you the ability to happily skip turn five in order to play a card as large as The Infinaut with a much smaller drawback, and Storm allows you to lock off a location that you can easily dominate if she’s followed by Jessica Jones.

The Infinaut also showed how much power it has in various other ways during the video! But rest assured, regardless of if you just like drawing cards, or you want to make multiple dinos in a location like Sinister London, Dino Control is a very fun archetype, and I highly suggest giving it a spin!

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HowlingMines
HowlingMines

HowlingMines is the Operations Manager of DotGG and many of their sister sites, such as MTGAZone and Marvel Snap Zone!

A TCG Specialist for over a decade, he now looks to share sweet decks, detailed articles, and help upcoming creators grow!

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