Super budget rotation proof Magic time. This is UB Cycling. This deck has sooo much cycle value. So much cycling, it should win a Tour de France. 36 cyclers. Cycle. You have a bunch of 1 mana cyclers, and a ton of cycling payoffs. My favorite card here is Vile Manifestation. LSV compares it to goyf. In this deck, it might be better. You can play it early as a blocker, cycle it or play it late and it scales as the game goes on. Who cares if it dies to removal. At face value, it's a 2 mana 0/4. It's the perfect spell. You have Curator, a 4 mana 4/4 with flying and a 1 mana cycler. As a bonus, if you cast it, you scry for every time you cycle. Awesome. Horror of the Broken Lands, a 1 mana cycler who also gets +2/+1 whenever you cycle. Striped Riverwinder is a 1 mana cycler who doesn't have a cycling payoff, but it is a good body that can be a problem when you land it on the battlefield due to its Hexproof. Our last Creature based cycling payoff is Archfiend of Ifnir. Its a board wipe and a win con. It negs your opps board, then flys over with 5/4. Now we come to counter magic. We're running Censor and Countervailing Winds to counter pesky spells. Then you have the big cycling matters cards; New Perspectives and Abandoned Sarcophagus. New Perspectives helps you dig for all your answers and win cons (Archfiend of Ifnir, GPG, Abandoned Sarcophagus). And Sarcophagus lets you get double use out of your cyclers. You get the draw and the ability to cast them. Finally, we have a 1 of God Pharaoh's Gift and 2 of Manalith. Manalith helps you get the most cycle out of your turns and ramps you into New Perspectives, while God Pharaoh's Gift is for more gas for your eventual aggro assult. As a utility card, I included copies of Razaketh's Rite. Its a 1 mana cycler that also tutors out a New Perspectives which in turn helps you dig into anything else you need. What do you guys think? Let me know in the comment section below.