I enjoy building decks but it is becoming increasingly more difficult to find decks I want to actually build because during the deck building process I either find them derivative of another deck I have or too linear. So I scrap them before they even get out of the "building" phase. This happened with Chulane, Yarok, Kestia, Arcades, etc.
Some of what I want is to mix up the colors a bit as well. Of the current 7 decks I have built, 5 are white, and 4 are black and/or blue. So I want to avoid building another deck with those 3 colors. Since only 3 are red and 2 are green, it seems that Red/Green is the combination I wanted to focus on.
The nice thing about this combination is it also allows me to branch out into a different archetypes. Of the 7 decks I have, 3 are control which also have blue in them, and Karador can be argued as being a form of control. Even if he can't, him and Windgrace are very much midrange, grindy decks. Which means that 5 of my decks are, effectively, slow. That leaves Varina and Gisela as the ones that aren't and even Varina has some control-ish elements to her. Specifically, she isn't the fastest deck either as the deck generally runs based on "get an army, wrath a bunch of times, reanimate said army, win". And, since the army isn't usually that big or strong, it doesn't really work to just go super aggressive with her.
Which leaves Gisela as my only real, aggressive deck. One that allows me to go all out and try to win as fast as possible. Which is great when I get to the end of the night and we only have an hour left to play. None of my other decks can be expected to win within that hour but Gisela can. Or, she will get blown out with a well timed wrath and just lose
So, Red/Green offers another deck in this vein. It is not controlling, it does not rely on mass reanimation, and it isn't really trying to pull its punches. It goes aggressive with bigger creatures than Boros so it is a bit slower but it also as the ramp needed to make bigger plays as well as the card draw to be able to rebuild from a wrath more easily. There are a couple spells to get everything back from the graveyard to hand as well.
This is very much still a work in progress. It is not a color combination I think I have ever built which is kind of odd for me as I think I have built at least one deck of every other 1, 2, or 3 color combination. But, that also means there is likely some card or cards I have missed. So, here is my starting list for now. It is currently 102 cards as I try to figure out the last 2 cuts to make.
The main idea of this deck is just big mana, more or less. I want to get a bunch of mana to cast the big creatures/spells to just win. Craterhoof and Kamahl are ways to use that mana to just win out of nowhere. I don't really have a lot of ramp to start with (only 5 or 6 pieces) so that might need to be increased. I also didn't go with things like Boundless Realms yet as I wasn't sure I really needed them. I might add them later.
Sneak Attack and Ilharg give me free shots with things. Etali gives me some free casts. Maybe I need Fires of Yavimaya to give everything haste off a big Genesis Wave?
There are also a couple "protection" pieces gets me back a bunch of lands if they get destroyed. Vexing Shusher, Destiny Spinner, Prowling Serpopard, and Rhythm of the Wild ensure my stuff can't be countered. Spike Weaver and Constant Mists give me fogs in case I am behind.
And, of course since there are big creatures, I can't forget about adding in Diamond Valley
One thing the deck is missing though is wraths. I have 0 wrath effects. My idea is to basically "go big or go home" so if someone gets a better board than me, I guess I have to hope someone else can deal with them. I also don't have a lot of ways to deal with fliers so I will see if that ever becomes a problem which might lead me to adding in something like Blasphemous Act.
Otherwise, I think the rest of the list more or less speaks for itself. Big creatures, huge draw spells, etc. A couple tutors thrown in to get to some of the bigger stuff or a protection piece in a pinch.
I will hopefully be tweaking this over the next few days and making updates before Wednesday where I can actually try it out.