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|Magic 2015||Mythic Rare|
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Planeswalker — Ajani
+1: Until end of turn, up to one target creature gets +1/+1 and gains first strike, vigilance, and lifelink.
-2: Put a +1/+1 counter on each creature you control and a loyalty counter on each other planeswalker you control.
-7: You get an emblem with "If a source would deal damage to you or a planeswalker you control, prevent all but 1 of that damage."
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Ajani Steadfast Discussion
3 hours ago
1 day ago
25 seems to be the magic number for walkers in my Atraxa superfriends deck. Also I run up to 3 versions of the same walker and rarely have problems with that, so you should be fine running at least 2 of each for some good variety- Ajani Steadfast in particular. And yeah definitely needs Ugin.
Although this depends on how competitive you want the deck. If you're playing it just because superfriends sounds like a fun deck to pilot (it is!), then Id recommend at least 25 walkers. Sometimes the best defense for your walkers is just having too many for your opponents to deal with them all!
2 weeks ago
Hi PartyJ! I write here whati wrote yesterday: the last result of my Commander Tournament with my deck Daxos of Meletis was very very bad!!! I think that, it is a too slow deck, I mean, it is necessary too much mana in order to give to the Commander hexproof and other protections, meanwhile my opponents can play also big creatures. Consider also that i added Odric, Lunarch Marshal and Ajani Steadfast. This is also due to the low number of accelerator of mana in my deck (more or less none). My other opponents often play green and obviously the mana "rain" in their mana pools. I think that I will switch to another Commander, same colors: Geist of Saint Traft. So Daxos of Meletis will be downgraded to a normal creature of the deck. Please give me a feedback about, I think that your experience can help me very much!
2 weeks ago
Hi PartyJ! I write here the last result of my Commander Tournament with my deck Daxos of Meletis: very very bad!!! I think that, it is a too slow deck, I mean, it is necessary too much mana in order to give to the Commander hexproof and other protections, meanwhile my opponents can play also big creatures. Consider also that i added Odric, Lunarch Marshal and Ajani Steadfast. This is also due to the low number of accelerator of mana in my deck (more or less none). My other opponents often play green and obviously the mana "rain" in their mana pools. I think that I will switch to another Commander, same colors: Geist of Saint Traft. So Daxos of Meletis will be downgraded to a normal creature of the deck. Please give me a feedback about, I think that your experience can help me verymuch!
2 weeks ago
Thank you Triton and Grind for the comments. This deck is a complete redesign from a pillow fort version where I used Ghostly Prison and Sphere of Safety etc etc. Sadly the cards simply didn't perform well at my table. Well sphere did good in one game where I had a lot of enchants but most of the players in my group have big beat sticks they come in with. Makes cards like No Mercy a great one as they are more likely to swing elsewhere first then come back to me later. But 2-6 mana to swing at me with a 20/20 is just fine. If I use pillow fort style cards they need to be more like Worship or Ajani Steadfast ult where I'll be fine taking damage all day long. I like the Plea for Guidance and No Mercy. Citadel Siege would be good for beat sticks. I'll have to think about Guilty Conscience without stuffy it is meh, though itd work well with Repercussion too if I run that. I'd definitely avoid using them all together or well mostly avoid it.
2 weeks ago
With my own personal Atraxa build, I have a Superfriends build, with a few support creatures mixed in, and some of the Oaths. The deck is probably the most fun I have ever had playing an EDH deck even if I have to keep up with a crap-ton of loyalty counters. Ultimating Tamiyo, Field Researcher, or Ajani Steadfast the second turn they are on the field really messes with people's heads. I have done that, and watched people's head spin as they just...knew the game was over, but they had to try.
2 weeks ago
I'd think that Ajani Steadfast is an auto include especially for atraxa shenanigans, as well as superfriends. Also Cathars' Crusade seems a little bonkers with cards like Elspeth, Knight-Errant, as well as Elspeth, Sun's Champion, and maybe a fun addition would be Armorcraft Judge for some cards. Another consideratio would be to add more card draw maybe a Mulldrifter or Cloudblazer or for more value, Mind Unbound. All in all seems awesome, but one last idea would be to find some cards that give cumulative upkeep, just as some janky removal.
2 weeks ago
Good start I have few suggestions for tweaking it.
Green and white generally have the most creature token production of any color, and green is known for +1/+1 counters so you definitely are in good colors for what you are trying to do. If you did decide to splash black you could run Winding Constrictor or Corpsejack Menace but the deck still works fine without them.
I think the one card your deck wants the most is Hardened Scales. I'd try to pick up some copies if you can. Oath of Ajani is another good one. Champion of the Parish is also a good option as it is good in both human decks and decks that care about counters.
If I were you you i'd cut down on some of the cards that don't fit into your theme like Seraph of Dawn. Bane of Progress is nice but outside of edh he's generally a bit too slow and here he nukes too much of your own board. Same holds true for Akroma's Vengeance and Austere Command. If you really want a board sweeper i'd pick a cheaper one like Wrath of God
I think you should also include a bit of spot removal for creatures. In most games your opponents are going to be playing things you don't like. Path to Exile is arguably the most efficient one but really most cheap ways to answer creaturs is fine. Things like Oblivion Ring can also hit noncreatures as well.
One last thing, if you count kytheon, you have 5 giddeon planeswalkers. Unfortunately while you can control planewalkers of different subtypes, all 5 of these have the subtype gideon. This means you can only have 1 in play of the 5 at any given time. (If another walker enters the battlefield and it has the same subtype of one you already control you must sacrifice all but 1 immediately before anything else happens) So while Nissa, Voice of Zendikar doesnt mind being with Gideon, Champion of Justice, Gideon, Champion of Justice and Gideon, Ally of Zendikarcant be both in play under your ontrol. As a result i'd cut one or two of them to be on the safe side. One of the ajanis (maybe Ajani Steadfast or Ajani, Mentor of Heroes) could also be options