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Hit and Run


In the previous Standard format, Mardu Vehicles was one of the premier aggressive strategies. Heart of Kiran backed up by Unlicensed Disintegration was one of the best things that you could be doing. That all started to change with the printing of Fatal Push and rotation of Gideon, Ally of Zendikar, and continued as Ramunap Red proved itself to be the dominant aggressive strategy. That said, with Energy variants dominating the top tables, maybe it’s time for Mardu to make a comeback:

Unlicensed Disintegration
This deck is lower to the ground than it once was, featuring Bomat Courier as a way to get on the board early and refuel late, as well as Pia Nalaar. Fatal Push has replaced Shock and other Red-based removal, and Aethersphere Harvester and Skysovereign, Consul Flagship help to ensure that you win any races and have the ability to go bigger than your opponent.

The big innovation here is the addition of Hazoret the Fervent. This card is a potent threat on its own, and gives you the ability to grind out damage against control decks outside of combat. Even in situations where you can’t get your hand empty, Hazoret is great at crewing vehicles to keep pressure on your opponent.

If you’re looking for a deck that walks the line between aggro and midrange, Mardu Vehicles has always been a great option, and the format may be shifting in a direction that favors this combination of potent threats and efficient removal.

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