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Ah, Aggro decks! It's like that friend who insists on driving with the windows down, music blasting, and a need for speed – because they're here to win, and they're here to do it NOW.

Picture this: You're facing off against an Aggro deck, and they've got that mischievous glint in their eye. They're not interested in the long game, the complicated combos, or sipping tea and discussing the philosophical implications of mana sources. No, sir! They want to get in, smack you around with their creatures, and get out before you can say "counter."

These Aggro players are the adrenaline junkies of Magic. They're not concerned with saving their creatures for a rainy day – every day is a sunny day in their world, and their creatures are cannonballs ready to be fired. They'll happily throw their creatures into the fray, shouting, "You block this? I've got five more just like it in my hand!" Their creatures aren't the fancy or complicated ones with paragraphs of text and intricate abilities. No, Aggro creatures are the most efficient ones for their cost. They don't have time for fancy tactics; they just want to hit you like a freight train.

So, next time you face an Old School Aggro deck, prepare for a wild ride. They're like the bull in the china shop, the tornado in a trailer park, and the fire-breathing dragon at a fireworks factory – and they wouldn't have it any other way!

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ATOG
(Joel Bowers)

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GOBLINS
(Daniel Anshutz)

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RW TAX AGGRO
(Rob Hackney)

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DOMSEEKER
(Dominic Beaudry)

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MONKEYBALLS
(Kyril Doubson-Remillard)

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SEEKER ELVES
(François RDT)

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ERHNAM BURN'EM
(Laurence Boulanger)

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MONO BLACK
(Jason Keays)

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WHITE WEENIES
(Tim Atwood)

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