Are you looking for new Midnight Hunt decks? In this article you’ll find some great options for you with 4 different new Midnight Hunt Standard decklists from different streamers. More decklists will be added in the upcoming days.
If you like a deck, make sure to check the streamer’s Twitch or YouTube channel by clicking on their name (next to played by).
Each decklist opens in a separate tab. (Multiple decklists on one page slow the site down.) When you open a decklist, you can copy it by clicking the Arena icon in the top right corner. Then import it to Arena by going to Decks section and click Import.
With all that said, let’s get right to it.
Tribal Midnight Hunt Standard Decks
First, here are two tribal decks.
- Played by: TitanSmashMTG
- Zombie Tribal – Decklist
Zombies are perhaps the most know tribe on Innistrad, so it’s only fair that we got a bunch of them this time around. This deck uses plenty of new cards from Champion of the Perished to Bladestitched Skaab.
However, there are still some synergies in previous sets, like Narfi, Betrayer King, which pumps your Zombies, and can reanimate itself with Snow mana.
- Played by: LegenVD
- Tribal Werewolves – Decklist
Werewolves are also a very popular tribe, and they got some real support this time around. Kessig Naturalist provides both ramp and pumps your Wolves and Werewolves. Tovolar, Dire Overlord is obviously the key card, providing card advantage, and making it easier to turn day into night.
Arlinn, the Pack’s Hope is the perfect planeswalker for the deck. There are also cards that play well in this shell from previous sets, like Werewolf Pack Leader and Ranger Class. Werewolves certainly look like they have the tools to be at least playable in the Midnight Hunt Standard.
- Played by: theivytower
- Red-White Dragons – Decklist
While this deck has less tribal payoffs, it still heavily features one of the best tribes in Magic – Dragons! Your payoffs are limited to Temple of the Dragon Queen and Dragon’s Fire, but they are both fine cards in the deck.
You have lots of removal spells, which will keep aggressive decks in check. Sacred Fire also has a double duty, as it can easily transform Smoldering Egg, once you flash it back.
Naadar, Selfless Paladin is you middle sized Dragon, while Goldspan Dragon and Inferno of the Star Mounts rule on the top end. An amazing deck for fans of Dragons!
Standard Decks With Midnight Hunt Cards
Next up, here are two decks, featuring many Midnight Hunt cards.
Siphon Insight Control
Did you ever just want to play a control deck without worrying about a win condition? You can do just that with this deck. You’ll control the game with counterspells like Saw it Coming or with removal spells – Soul Shatter is certainly a good one.
The deck is full of interaction spells. For winning the game, you’ll use and or whatever you’ll steal from your opponent with Siphon Insight. It’s always fun to beat your opponent with their own stuff.
Wrenn and Seven Midrange
- Played by: MTG Joe
- Wrenn and Seven Midrange – Decklist
While Standard isn’t ready for the menace that’s Wrenn and Six, it has Wrenn and Seven instead. It costs quite a lot more, but it also does a lot.
You’ll get to five mana more quickly by ramping with Jaspera Sentinel, Magda, Brazen Outlaw and Prosperous Innkeeper. Of course, you’re using all the greatest rares and mythics these two colors have to offer with cards like Goldspan Dragon and Esika’s Chariot.
So, if you’re looking for a proper midrange deck to play with in Midnight Hunt Standard, this looks like a fine choice.
That’s all about Midnight Hunt Standard decks for now. But worry not, as the update is coming in the next few days, so make sure to check back soon. Don’t also forget to check MTG Arena codes, as there were two new codes added very recently.
Furthermore, if you’ll be drafting, take a look at our Midnight Hunt Draft Guide and Midnight Hunt Draft Tier List, so you’ll be prepared for everything that comes your way.
Until next time, enjoy Magic and have fun with your new Midnight Hunt Standard decklists!