So, last week I tried my hand at some deckbuilding for MtG, and made a suprisingly good black/artefact deck, primarily designed to hit with a big, unblockable, untargetable Mephitic Ooze (0/5, +1/+0 for each artefact I control, destroy any creature it touches) equipped with Whispersilk Cloak (equipped creature is untargetable and unblockable).
Version 1.1a of the deck:
|Arcbound Crusher||3||Artefact Creature|
|Arcbound Hybrid||4||Artefact Creature|
|Arcbound Overseer||1||Artefact Creature|
|Arcbound Stinger||4||Artefact Creature|
|Arcbound Worker||4||Artefact Creature|
|Darksteel Citadel||4||Artefact Land|
|Dross Golem||4||Artefact Creature|
|Myr Servitor||3||Artefact Creature|
|Vault of Whispers||4||Artefact Land|
A Mephitic Ooze equipped with a Whispersilk Cloak is downright evil when I have ~15 artefacts on the table, though I've done the same trick with such things as a Myr Servitor equipped with a pair of Vridian Morningstars and some +1/+1 counters. The Arcbound Crusher also makes for a good alternate win condition.
The deck's also managed a few wins in the past week. One of the more amusing ones was in a 4-way game. Player to my left folded, after getting impressively manascrewed. Player to my right got killed by player opposite, who then played a Platinum Angel. So what do I draw? An Echoing Decay, to match the one already in hand. Two Echoing Decays later, and that 4/4 angel becomes a 0/0 and self-destructs. "Oh," comes the response from across the table. Black is very good at making creatures self-destruct, especially the supposedly indestructible ones. Muwhahaha...