Rise of the Brokers Event Guide and Decklists • MTG Arena Zone
This is the penultimate event in the Rise of the Five Families Festival events, where you’ll be able to win a bunch of new card styles! Each event is Alchemy Singleton, but with a twist! You start with an Emblem with an ability which is related to the family of the event, that will create interesting deck building dynamics. This guide will contain everything you need to know about this event, including rewards and our exclusive sample decklists.
- Duration: May 24, 2022 at 8:00 AM PST – May 26, at 8:00 AM PST
- Format: Alchemy Singleton with Brokers Emblem
- Entry Fee: 2,500 Gold or 500 Gems
- Ends After: You can keep playing, but rewards do not go past five wins.
- Match Structure: Best-of-one matches (BO1)
“You may cast spells from the top of your library by removing a counter from a creature you control in addition to paying their other costs.”
Rise of the Brokers Alchemy Singleton Decklists
For these events I’m going to keep the base lists for each article and a few on top that are specifically tailored for the event to utilize the emblem as much as possible, so if you see a repeat in archetypes, this is why!
Feel free to replace any cards you don’t have with something that serves a similar function; the beauty of Singleton is that you don’t need all the powerful cards for the deck to play optimally!
You can even use ones from previous events and tweak it further to your preference and collection. You can find these Alchemy Singleton decks, and more at our deck database.
For this particular event, the Emblem is once again quite specific so you should really play an aggressive deck that can play a lot of cards with counters. To do so, you really need White.
Mono White Aggro – Rise of the Brokers
This event rewards fast decks with counters so it’s hard to do any better than Mono White Aggro! Great curve and great synergy with the emblem should lead to easy wins.
Boros Aggro – Rise of the Brokers
If you want the power of Mono White with the best Red cards and modify synergies, going Boros Aggro seems like an excellent choice.
Selesnya Midrange – Rise of the Brokers
If you’re looking to get the absolute maximum value out of the emblem, Selesnya has the highest density of counters making churning through your deck an extremely easy task.
Alchemy Singleton Mono White Aggro
Mono White is always a great option for nearly any event as it’s fast, punishing, and can get you your wins quickly.
Alchemy Singleton Mono Blue Tempo
With cheap threats and interaction, Mono Blue Tempo can keep the opponent off balance and grind out their wins efficiently.
Alchemy Singleton Mono Black Aggro
With a quick curve and plentiful creature removal, Mono Black Aggro can keep the opponent’s board clear while beating them to death.
Alchemy Singleton Mono Black Midrange
With great grindy tools and a whole heap of creature interaction, Mono Black Midrange will let the game drag on as it grinds the opponent out.
Alchemy Singleton Mono Red Aggro
Like Mono White, Mono Red is one of the best aggro decks around with it’s insane speed and great burn options.
Alchemy Singleton Mono Green Stompy
While Mono Green may not be as fast as Mono Red or Mono White, the card quality is higher so it can grind better against the slow decks and have better bodies against the fast decks!
Alchemy Singleton Azorius Control
Utilizing every controlling piece available, Azorius will keep threats off the board and methodically work it’s way towards a win.
Alchemy Singleton Boros Aggro
Combining the best elements of Red and White, Boros trades some consistency for pure power as you have the strongest threats and interaction of both colors!
Alchemy Singleton Dimir Ninjas
Similar to Mono Blue, Dimir Ninjas looks to leverage cheap threats and interaction to kill the opponent before they can enact their game plan.
Alchemy Singleton Gruul Werewolves
Gruul Werewolves is already one of the best decks in Alchemy so why not play it here? Great curve, powerful threats, and strong synergies are always a strong choice for any event.
Alchemy Singleton Izzet Control
For those who like more tempo oriented Control, Izzet has the best card selection around, great interaction, and excellent late game threats for a well rounded deck.
Alchemy Singleton Orzhov Aggro
With Whites great threats and Blacks powerful interaction, Orzhov Aggro can be blisteringly fast and keep the opposing board clean which is a tough combination to beat.
Alchemy Singleton Orzhov Control
If you want more anti-meta options, it’s hard to go wrong with Orzhov! Plenty of blocks, removal, and wraths should give any creature deck a headache.