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Occasionally, a deck becomes famous which is a colour combination + a 'splash' of another colour.

One good example is 'Moist Jund', which is Jund (Black, Red and Green) plus a small amount of blue (which gives the Moist part of the name).

What are the names of the other splashes? That is, splashing for White, Black, Green and Red.

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  • You'll be happy to know I've added a portion to my four-color section answer on this (I had some other edits I meant to do recently anyway - can you believe I had the three color combinations OUT OF COLOR ORDER?! HERESY!!) - I'm aware of Dark Jeskai for adding Black, and Wet Jund has been around as long as I can remember, but I was unable to find something for splashing any other color. I have no qualms about adding it to a four color section if we can find reasonable references for the other colors. There should in theory be 20 of them - 10 three color combos with 2 each of a splash.
    – corsiKa
    Oct 26 '20 at 4:12
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I'd say the realistic answer to the question is "those terms are not commonly used". Looking back through some recent tournament decks on the official Wizards site:

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  • That seems reasonable!
    – Pureferret
    Oct 25 '20 at 21:58
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    This might be the case recently, but there were a number of these 4-color decks back in Khans of Tarkir block that used these sorts of names.
    – nick012000
    Oct 26 '20 at 6:47
  • @nick have you considered writing an answer?
    – Pureferret
    Jan 5 at 12:45
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Several years ago there was a Jeskai deck splashing Black which players christened "Dark Jeskai".

Nonetheless, as Philip Kendall wrote, the names are not standard, and "four color" is the most common way to describe these decks.

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