I've heard of the Infinite Squirrel Deck, and it looks as though it revolves around Earthcraft and Squirrel Nest.

Is this the only distinguishing feature of an Infinite Squirrel deck?

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    @Pat, I don't understand why you would use your mod powers to reopen a question that the community voted to close, and then use your mod powers to erase the comments explaining why. In any case, it was closed for good reasons and I have restarted the close vote.
    – Rainbolt
    Mar 23 '15 at 6:52
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    @Rainbolt A lot of those comments were obsolete because of the question change. Granted mod reopens can be pretty unpleasant if you're on the closing side. But now I get to have an answer to a legitimate question I want to see answered, so I'm happy. Mar 23 '15 at 15:28
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    @Rainbolt It might've been better if there were an explanatory note after deleting the comments, but I think deleting them and reopening makes sense: the close votes and all that discussion were based on a different form of the question, and it's really hard to get enough votes to reopen things here whether or not they deserve it. If people still want to close it in this form, fair enough, but it does seem to be answerable if unexciting.
    – Cascabel
    Mar 23 '15 at 16:55
  • @doppelgreener Some comments were obsolete. Some still apply to the current form of the question.
    – Rainbolt
    Mar 23 '15 at 18:27
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    @Rainbolt - I voted my conscience. The question, in its current state is valid. We should welcome questions that seek understanding and be eager to give it willingly. It is not required that all questions be geared for an expert. If you have questions about this, please take it to Board & Card Games Meta
    – Pat Ludwig
    Mar 24 '15 at 2:44

Your assessment is correct. The infinite squirrel deck revolves around the two card combo. This leaves 52 cards of the deck open to design choices. Consequently, there's a huge variety of infinite squirrel decks. This variety is greatly affected by the local meta game.

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