Hello everyone! This weekend is the next Festival event to earn some sweet cosmetics: Harvest Bash. The Harvest Bash is one of my favorite formats, Singleton, with a twist as your first 3 turns you’ll get a free token as you’ll see below. If you’re a fan of cosmetics and/or Singleton, you don’t want to miss this event!
Win equinox card styles by building a Singleton (up to one copy of a card allowed, except for Basic Lands from Standard sets) deck to make the best use the Gift Bag emblem!
- Duration: October 22, 2021 at 8:00 AM PST – October 26, 2021 at 8:00 AM PST
- Format: Singleton with Gift Bag Emblem
- Entry Fee: 2,500 Gold or 500 Gems
- Ends After: You can keep playing, but rewards do not go past five wins.
- Match Structure: Best-of-one matches (BO1)
Gift Bag Emblem
At the beginning of your upkeep, choose one that hasn’t been chosen:
- 1 Win: Bird Admirer equinox card style
- 2 Wins: Village Watch equinox card style
- 3 Wins: Kessig Naturalist equinox card style
- 4 Wins: Graveyard Trespasser equinox card style
- 5 Wins: Tovolar’s Huntmaster equinox card style
Harvest Bash Singleton Decklists (October 2021)
Check out all 10 of our new Harvest Bash decks, find what you like, and grab those wins you need! You can find the complete list at the end.
Another event, another Monowhite deck. Per usual, Monowhite is going to be one of the strongest options as it pretty much always has a strong curve and solid card quality.
Monoblack looks like an excellent option for this event as you have plenty of removal and solid threats.
A middle ground between Monowhite and Monoblack, Monored looks to apply pressure early while backing it up with cheap removal to keep the opponent off balance.
Monogreen eschews removal for some of the best threats in the format as well as excellent mid to late game options.
Dimir is the most classic example of a Control deck with an obscene amount of interaction and a few powerful threats.
Modeled after the Izzet Turns deck in Standard, this Control deck is looking to close the game out a bit faster than it’s Dimir counterpart with powerful top end.
One of my favorite decks in general, Rakdos Sacrifice makes use of small disposable creatures to fuel powerful synergies and mid game plays.
A deck commonly known as The Rock, Golgari combines powerful threats with great interaction for a strong and consistent game plan.
Simic is the de facto Ramp colors in this format and it has plenty of cards to cheat out early to outmuscle the opponent.
For those who want to earn their cosmetics without breaking the bank this Selesnya Midrange deck packs plenty of powerful cards without the need of Rares or Mythics!