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Felisa cares about nontoken creatures with counters on them dying, which then generate tokens, and Edgar makes tokens that get counters. Yeah, they're both vamps, but their intersectionality seems very limited to me.
Edgar makes tokens when you play non-tokens, and he typically runs a lot of them. A whole deck, in fact. I'd say that's about as much intersectionality as it gets.
I think that's a bit of a stretch. Their game plans will work against each other rather than with one another. Edgar wants you to play vampires, which will make you token vampires, all the while slowly increasing the power of your army. Felisa requires that you play some sort of suicide aggro/counters matter deck that will reward you with tokens. Orzhov counters isn't exactly a well-supported archetype - you have cards that care about counters in both White and Black, but this is new territory.