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May 25, 2019If he wants to have a turn with a lot of spells cast, Turnabout untap lands is a great start.Posted in: Multiplayer Commander Decklists
The best mana dork, in my opinion, is missing: Crystalline Crawler.
And the single target X spells aren't a great win condition with multiple opponents. If the creatures are getting prowessed bigger than the rest of the table, he could play things like Earthquake and Fault Line instead (assuming he doesn't go too low on life) to both hit everyone at once and clear the way for attackers.
May 25, 2019tstorm823 posted a message on Random Deck Discussion: toctheyounger77 - Glissa, the Traitor [5/22]Posted in: Commander (EDH)Quote from Reaper9889 »
But, you have basically no tutors, many expensive cards and only pod to cheat them in (I might miss a card I guess). Thus, I imagine you typically draw the expensive cards and are stuck casting them, even if it is not what you want. I think like 2 of the different casting costs should be enough for pod really (I honestly typically run pod with a curve ending at 5. If the cards are good enough you do not really need more)
You don't have to, but do you want to? The 6-drops are like my favorite part of this.
May 24, 2019tstorm823 posted a message on I'd like to make a strange deck, and I could use some card recommendations.Posted in: Commander (EDH)
Funny enough, the coolest use of Warp World I've seen was also the coolest use of Prossh, Skyraider of Kher I've ever seen. The green was had mana dorks galore, the black had tutors, the red had Warp World to tutor for, and Prossh added 7 extra permanents to jump start the permanent count. Then the rest of the deck was full of things like Siege-Gang Commander and Solemn Simulacrum that put out more than one permanent when they enter, so that Warp World would essentially always put more cards into play than were there to begin with. And then each cast of Warp World hoped to put out 8 mana worth of lands and some variation of Eternal Witness to cast the spell again, and after the second or 3rd cast, it was practically deterministic "pick everything up, shuffle it together, put it all down again" for infinite mana and etb triggers.
May 24, 2019Unbound Flourishing is neat, but the bigger question for me is what X costs are going to be in this set. So far, I only see Crypt Rats, and there's no way they'd not let you do goofy things with this in set.Posted in: Commander (EDH)
May 23, 2019Posted in: Commander (EDH)Quote from toctheyounger77 »
The best I can see it as is a colour fixer in Yidris cascade or, now, Sliver cascade. Otherwise it's really pretty niche.
I'm just picturing all the people excitedly putting a brand new mox in their deck wishing to draw their 4th or 5th land of the top and drawing this thing instead.
May 23, 2019Posted in: Commander (EDH)
I honestly can't. Unless you're already tapping entirely out of mana every turn, it's not really better than any of the thousand ways to ramp +1 by turn 4, and all those other things aren't complete wastes off the top of your deck.
May 23, 2019Splicer's SkillPosted in: Commander (EDH)
I'm so torn. I wish their dive into splicing to any instant or sorcery was something more abusable and less mana intensive than a 4 mana 3/3, but my love of both Precursor Golem and the splice mechanic makes me the exact target audience of this card. I have to play with it at least long enough to splice this onto a copy spell targeting a golem so I can do "yo dawg, I heard you like golems, so I made a golem with your golem while you made a golem of your golem,"
May 22, 2019Posted in: Commander (EDH)Quote from LouCypher »
Anyway, Barren Glory...if your playgroup doesn't allow The Cheese Stands Alone, I don't want to know your playgroup.
But like, I managed to trade for a foil Barren Glory before I managed to find literally anyone with a copy of The Cheese Stands Alone (not counting online. I was determined to find it in the wild).
May 22, 2019Posted in: Commander (EDH)Quote from ilovesaprolings »I don't get the hype for the cascade sliver... isn't it the worst sliver commander after sliver legion?
sliver overlord can grab every other legendary and does nasty things with amoeboid changeling
sliver queen is the best for combos
sliver hivelord cover the deck's biggest flaw (weakness to wrath) and has wonderful abs
Ok, but none of those slivers really do what slivers do. Slivers aren't about oppressive Mind Control, or about 2 card infinite combos, or about resilience. Sliver's are about getting a field full of creatures that make each other into collectively the most convoluted possible creature. And the way to do that is play more slivers. This new one turns all your slivers into 2-5 slivers depending on your luck, which is exactly what a sliver player wants in life. More slivers with more abilities to staple to each other.
May 22, 2019tstorm823 posted a message on Random Deck Discussion: toctheyounger77 - Glissa, the Traitor [5/22]Deck number 12 is:Posted in: Commander (EDH)
toctheyounger77: Glissa, the Traitor - midrange Birthing Pod toolbox build
In this particular build of Glissa, the Traitor, most of what I presume are the primary targets for Glissa's triggered ability are actually artifact creatures, built into a tidy utility Birthing Pod chain. If you're anything like me, you will look over this and think "huh, I've never seen a Glissa player without Executioner's Capsule" (or some similar card), but if you'd like to save yourself that momentary confusion, there's actually a second decklist spoilered in the thread of an older build that may contain the cards you're expecting to see. The list that's prominently displayed may have some things you're not expecting, like instead of that Capsule, you get a Noxious Geahulk.
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