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some white suggestions for you:
Path to Exile and Swords to Plowshares are both good cheap spot removal, pretty important for any defensive deck. Oblivion Ring looks good here as well.
in this deck you probably want creatures that provide some good defense (not just blockers), so abilities are a must. Blazing Archon and Archon of Justice are both great defensive creatures, as is Pristine Angel, which seems to fit your "protection" theme you have going on. Plus the Archons can both beat if you need attackers (plus evasion - flying is always good; I never attack with the angel because I want to keep her untapped, unless I can give her vigilence with Akroma's Memorial or something like it). Magus of the Moat is a budget version of Moatand can be helpful lockdown as well.
with all of those enchantments, why not run Replenish? Also, Runed Halo seems nice here too.
Dawn Charm is pretty good too, though usually only in limited circumstances. still, something to consider.
you may find you want more sweepers as well, especially being relatively light on creatures. Myojin of Cleansing Fire Fire might fit your bill too.
just some thoughts... I play lots of white in EDH, but never green or blue so that's why these suggestions are all white. interesting deck, I think you could use a few more wincons (IE creatures), but it makes sense to have creatures that do more tha just attack.
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Greater Auramancy to protect your enchantments
Sigil of the Empty Throne to get extra benes from those enchantments
Kismet for more lockdown
the only reason I really like O-ring is because it's good permanent (not just creature) removal, even if it is just temporary. A decent alternative is Faiths Fetters, and Prison Term is surprisingly good in EDH. anyway, just a few more suggestions
Quote from ilcapoJust one thing...Where is Academy Rector ???
What about Dovescape ?
Quote from Donald_McDonaldPeople are always stealing my Rectors to fetch out Debtor's Knell. Actually I think my opponents have used my Rector more times than I have. And I don't have any sac outlets.
Dovescape looks pretty cool though but I'd have to put in Guile. Would be a nice little package though.
You're already running Magosi, the Waterveil, so why not combo with Chronomantic Escape as well? The escape is pretty good on it's own for deterring attackers so you can go all out on any given turn. Once it resolves, there's nothing your opponents can do to attack you, unlike killing a Peacekeeper when you really need it or whatever.
Rings of Brighthearth combos with the above mentioned Magosi as well as other cards in the deck.
Hanna, Ship's Navigator or Skull of Orm can recur lost enchantments. (And combos with Rings)
Spike Weaver is another way to prevent combat damage, but might be less good because you don't really have creature recursion.
Merchant Scroll is a great tutor you're missing. Also if you don't mind using Portal cards Personal Tutor is fabulous as well.
Linvala, Keeper of Silence is another lockdown card to complement Humility. You could also run Damping Matrix or Cursed Totem.
Life From the Loam compliments Crucible if you need more of this effect.
I don't know what you budget looks like, but Forcefield really helps against general damage. (The Collector's Edition one is like $15 or so if you don't mind using proxies)
That's all I can think of for now. Good luck!
Quote from DonaldChronomatic Escape is interesting but I think it costs just a little too much for what it does. Just seems like Moment's Peace would give me a little more control over which turns I can nullify the damage. I'll keep it in mind though.
Moment's Peace is a good card, but I recommended Chronomatic Escape specifically because it combos with Magosi. (You skip your turn, but creatures won't be able to attack you until you actually get another turn) I'm sure you got the synergy but I feel like it is my duty as the recomendee (Is that even a word...?) to clarify.
Not sure if you need it, but Vedalken Orrery (And Leyline of Anticipation) are good when you have a lot of permanents or sorcery spells. Also combos pretty well with Arboria.
Luminarch Ascension fits the theme pretty well and doubles as a win-con.
Quote from DonaldI made a pretty big update to this deck after playtesting it a bunch. Cut some weaker cards for others that will hopefully perform well. I'd really like to get Chronomantic Escape on here but I need a little help identifying some of the weaker links I could cut for it. Also I really need to have at least 2 creatures since there is a deck that runs Telemin Performance in my group but I'm not sure if I chose the right one to replace Peacekeeper. Update is as follows:
+Path to Exile
+Elixer of Immortality
+Life from the Loam
-Spin Into Myth
-Rings of Brighthearth
-Beacon of Immortality
-Prahv, Spires of Order
Telepathy I can definitely defend, this is the ultimate politics card for this type of deck. I can use and time my counterspells and tricks perfectly since I know exactly what everyone is holding and it is extremely difficult for other people to win when I have Telepathy in play. Everyone else can see when someone is starting to build up a dominant position so the table can just gang up on them. My board position is mostly about what I have in my hand so this deck can come off as pretty non-threatening. Telepathy also isn't something people want to waste spot removal on, by that point everyone has already seen what everyone else has so it is already too late to keep secrets. They tend to just moan and groan when I cast it and hope an Oblivion Stone gets blown up soon so they can be rid of it. I was skeptical when I put it in but it has proven to be among the best cards in this deck. Always happy to have it and my opponents always hate to see it.
Quote from Beralt »Monastery Siege might be solid for this list, both modes seem good.
Yes deegeebee, I still have this deck, haven't played it in forever but still out there. I need to look at this again and update it/reevaluate it.