Quote from grimafaciaI'd prefer Rubinia Soulsinger as Cackling Counterpart only copies creatures you control.
Quote from VariableNice looking list, Hallucigenia!
I'm working on a similar list with Señor Mackenzie at the helm, although not as focused on Populate. Have you considered Collective Blessing as an anthem effect over Cathar's Crusade? How frequently are you pumping out multiple tokens a turn? If its fairly frequently, Crusade might be better, but otherwise I would think Blessing to be more consistent.
Quote from VariableI guess it depends on the amount of enchantment removal you're up against.
Quote from bubskees0708Great thread, I'm in the process of making a Bant populate deck as well. My main concern is making it too janky. How does your deck do at maintaining steam throughout and are you able to win games? Also, I have Treva as my commander, is Rubinia much better?
I was also wondering about how these cards have been for you
tatsumasa, the dragon's fang cold-eyed selkie wurmwaver coil
as well as a few others.
Also, my list doesn't run Eyes in the Skies, or Coursers' Accord because the non-populate part of them is pretty bad for the cost. How have they been for you?
Quote from GalspanicThat's a bad idea even for you.
Quote from kraus911Consider City of Shadows as a land. Steal creature, make a token copy of it, then exile it. Happy times.
Quote from Hallucigenia
In one game, everybody scooped early when a fast Dance of Many + Wayfaring Temple went logarithmic.
Quote from mechclamsIn any case, what do you think about Progenitor Mimic?
Quote from PochetteRechargeThe more recent "flicker" effects that return the creature from exile "under your control" (instead of the older "owner's control") are perfect for Rubinia...