Welcome To Phyrexia Festival: The Surgical Bay Event Guide and Decklists
With Phyrexia: All Will Be One’s release, we have five festival events to play in to celebrate! Battle your way through Singleton events with different emblems in order to claim as many ichor card styles as you can! Today, I’ll be covering the third event, The Surgical Bay.
Table of Contents
Welcome To Phyrexia Festival
View more Singleton decks using the navigation below for inspiration and modify according to your preference and budget!
- Singleton Deck Database
- February 13–16: The Autonomous Furnace
- February 16–19: The Hunter Maze
- February 19–22: The Surgical Bay
- February 22–25: The Dross Pits
- February 25–28: The Fair Basilica
Tread carefully in the Surgical Bay; its entire surface is covered in a swirling sea of quicksilver and oil. The sky is lit by ominous, eye-like lights that report every movement to Jin-Gitaxias in his spire-top laboratory.
- Dates: February 19, 2023 8AM PST – February 22, 2023 8AM PST
- Entry: 2,500 Gold or 500 gems
- Format: Singleton with The Surgical Bay Emblem
- Structure: Play as much as you want until the event ends.
The Surgical Bay Emblem
If you would proliferate, proliferate twice instead.
|5 Wins||Tekuthal, Inquiry Dominus ichor card style|
|4 Wins||Venser, Corpse Puppet ichor card style|
|3 Wins||Unctus, Grand Metatect ichor card style|
|2 Wins||Thrummingbird ichor card style|
|1 Win||Quicksilver Fisher ichor card style|
The Surgical Bay Decklists
While this Emblem isn’t as powerful as the previous two, I think it’s still good enough to build around! To make good use of it, you do need to go three colors as the Toxic nor Proliferate themes are deep enough, but the fixing should be good enough to make it work. That said, if you want to circumvent the emblem, going with the Mono Black or Mono Red deck from the previous event is a great option (I’ll embed those below)!
With the highest density of Toxic creatures, Bant looks to get on the board quickly, protect those creatures, and close the game out with Proliferate!
A much more controlling take on Proliferate, Esper is all about getting that first poison counter and then rapidly generating more through the many proliferate cards we have access to.
A mix of the two previous decks, Sultai allows you most of the best Toxic threats as well as the great Black Proliferate cards offering you a very balanced experience.
Mono Black Aggro
Mono Red Aggro
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