This week we look at a standard deck that Skylar and I made together. It focuses on +1/+1 counters and doubling the crap out of them. Big creatures become disgustingly big with a Corspejack on the field.
Lets do some math shall we?
With one Corpsejack on the field and casting a Primordial Hydra for X=3 (5 Converted Mana Cost), the hydra would enter the field as a 6/6 because of the Corpsejack. Next turn your hydra will double the counters on himself by 6 but the Corpsejack sees that and wants to double those to 12 making the hydra an 18/18 trample on your next turn just ready and waiting to smash some face. I'm pretty sure that an 18/18 trample is worth 5 mana. Insanity occurs when you have more than one Corpsejack. Casting a hydra for X=3 with two Corpsejacks out makes it a 60/60 trampler on your next turn. >.>;