This deck has been created for the Set 6 preconstructed deck contest.
"March of the Dead" is a Decay based deck with a focus on Undead units. The primary idea of this deck is to get cheap units on to the board early in the game and use them as fodder to create plays using Harvesters, Ilmire Rot Eaters, and the new Anima Conduit. The Anima Conduit plays a huge role in this deck helping you strike back at opponents by sacrificing cheap units. The Revenants that spawn off of it will also help trigger the Harvesters and can be cleverly used to build up stats on your Rot Eaters. The deck also features a uniquie hero (Irva, Voice of the Dead) who can be used in combination with these undead units to create suprise attacks and annihilate your opponents. Choose to play her right before multiple Undead units strike to catch your opponent off guard.
"March of the Dead" comes with a wide variety of scrolls much like the other preconstructed decks to allow players to expand their collection, while gainging some of the exciting new rares in Set 6. It also has some wonderful synergies and can be used against players and Hard AI alike.
To gain scrolls in this deck, players should make good use of Morbid Curiosty. Play it on a relentless creature or Irva to draw a great deal of scrolls. Also included to help you gain scrolls is a Viscera Sage and the new Halls of Oum Lasa, letting players pull from their discard pile. This card is a great resource to use in the deck to get thos top level cards back on to the field.
Use Shroud of Unlife to turn one of your other units Undead, thus capitalizing on Flesh Animator, Irva, and Restless Bones. Use Soul Scrounger to quickly tick down your Harvesters. And if your opponent won't let you get to his idols, punish him with Omen of Damnation or Loyal Darklings. Use Invocation Sentry and Forbidden Ruins to boost idol damage even further.
Enjoy the deck and let the dead rise!