Sideboard is a Work in Progress.
Wilkommen! This is my Tin-Fins deck that's built so that a new legacy player can afford it, and also so it's a little easier to play and has more options for how to run it. This was the first deck in a series of Legacy decks titled: "My First Legacy: (deck name)", which are all decks built cheaper and easier on the new player. I hope you enjoy!
Alright, so this works just like a tin-fins deck usually works. Dark Ritual, Entomb, Shallow Grave, Grisly Bear, repeat for Emrakul. Deal here is that I've got a few cards that you don't normally find in your everyday Tin-Fins build, which I'll go over below:
It That Betrays, against certain matchups, is excellent. It's good to keep your opponent's board clear while hitting them for some serious damage.
Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger is good for the same reason. Against certain matchups, taking off that top 20 is really useful. I often find myself siding it out for Elesh Norn or Iona.
Borborygmos Enraged. Sometimes, I run into blockers, so I'll load my hand with lands using Children of Korlis and Griselbrand, then reanimate Borborygmos Enraged to discard them all and kill my opponent.
Not of This World is a great replacement for Force of Will if I'm going to keep this deck budget. It'll save any creature in my deck but is still vulnerable to Force of Will of course.
Ghostly Prison is a backup plan.
Let me know how I can make this better!