Bloodghast is presentable and something to smash into Bitterblossom.
I'm not sure I can make a MB deck to fight faeries AND Jund equally well. The things you want against Fae become awkward as hell against Jund.
Universally good cards for these two matchups: Unmake Go for the Throat Bloodghast
(ok vs Jund) Thoughtseize Marsh Casualties
(try it, you'll be surprised) Fulminator Mage Stillmoon Cavalier
good vs. Fae, not bad vs. Jund until they hit a bolt.
At this point I could see you going a few different ways. You need some CA and that will dictate final construction. Eyeballing the above list you've got low cmc, so Tutelage might be an option. Conversely you could say no to Tutelage and add tendrils, corrupt, and sludge.
Regarding my point of cards good vs. Fae becoming bad vs. Jund... that's things like Black Knight and other bodies that are problematic for fae that prevent bitterblossom from buying you CA.
I also had a deck that had an unfairly good matchup against Fae in block that might be tweakable to fight Jund a little:
4 x Festercreep
4 x Dusk Urchins
4 x Soul Snuffers
3 x Deity of Scars
4 x Scarscale Ritual
3 x Eyeblight's Ending
3 x Corrupt
3 x Profane Command
2 x Incremental Blight
Those were some of the core cards.
You could flip Festercreep for marsh casualties.... scarscale for sign in blood, eyeblight's for go for the throat.. corrupt needs to come out completely... and blight was ok. Could go with BSZ.
Overall I don't know, but I know what I'm saying which is a gate-like token sac engine is going to be a joke to fae with tokens and jund... which has k-finks and other things that are churning up ca with man-lands to push.
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