Angel of Jubilation

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Format Legality
Vintage Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Modern Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Avacyn Restored Rare

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Angel of Jubilation

Creature — Angel

Flying Other nonblack creatures you control get +1/+1. Players can't pay life or sacrifice creatures to cast spells or activate abilities.

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Angel of Jubilation Discussion

elfric on Endless Red Tape: GAAIV EDH

1 week ago

are Mulldrifter and Solemn Simulacrum really pulling their weight?also cmc3 counterspells that cannot profit from your commanders discount seem weak - atleast Absorb

i like Arcane Denial as a hard counter.

you could punish creatureramp and lots of creature combos with Cursed Totem or Linvala, Keeper of Silence.

Angel of Jubilation and Suppression Field punish fetchlands as well as other stuff like alot of infinite combos or necropotence.

then there are Torpor Orb or Hushwing Gryff which wouldnt hinder you with mullldrifter and jens gone. these hinder alot of value etb as well as some combos like kikijiki and further can protect your board against any kind of Aura Shards or Reclamation Sage.

your not going for MLD but play cruciblestrip lock as well as sun titan and wordqueller - i want to suggest Dust Bowl and Drownyard Temple.

Opifex on fun time with the warden

1 week ago

More field buff creatures like Angel of Jubilation and Sublime Archangel.

GoodLuckGuy on Mono White Soldiers

2 weeks ago

Figured I'd take a look at your other stuff.

At a glance I can tell you that 5 and 6 drops are problematic in a 20 land deck. You could substitute Angel of Invention with Angel of Jubilation, and Herald of War with Archangel of Tithes.

I think adding another Elspeth, Knight-Errant would be better than having that Elspeth, Sun's Champion, but you could also run Ajani Steadfast or Gideon of the Trials for variety.

Perpetual on ☭ Soviet Russia: The Deck ☭

3 weeks ago

What Winterblast said: If you aren't a mill deck, it is best to avoid mill cards. For one thing, there are too many reanimator/recursion decks out there to risk filling someone's graveyard. I would pull Altar of the Brood for pretty much anything useful, though if your main problem is Prossh, I might look into Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite, since it prevents him from having low end creatures to sac. Or you could go with Angel of Jubilation to eliminate his ability to sac in the first place.

Considering the preponderance of red and green in your meta, I would look into some good old-fashioned color hate. No one ever expects cards like Conversion to hit the field these days. You could add black to your deck, and bring in Perish. But be wary of any of your fellow players finding Omen of Fire.

freakingShane on Mono White Marshmallow

3 weeks ago

This is a lot better, but I would recommend getting rid of Expedition Map unless you plan to run Serra's Sanctum in here. I guess Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx is good to fetch, but other than that there aren't any lands worth using a whole slot for fetching only.

Speaking of lands, Temple of the False God is soon bad when it backfires. I would not consider it a staple. I will conclude this micro-rant by stating how mono-W does need all the ramp it can get, so if you insist on running it, go for it.

Sigil of the Empty Throne is still a great card. As well as Shielded by Faith and Indestructibility. The latter two combo with Pariah to prevent taking damage. Look, I get it. Avacyn, Angel of Hope gives everyone indestructibility, but what if you have Shielded by Faith, Pariah, and Angel of Jubilation by turn 5? Stall the game and win through the long game.

Overall the deck is significantly better. I approve. Especially because you through in Magus of the Moat, Crackdown, and Spelltithe Enforcer with all of the other tax and penalty cards.

Raven_God on Avacyn's Angel Aerie

3 weeks ago

Your deck is a beatdown deck that rely on big creatures to deliver massive damage.Sadly, white is a slow color in magic. So, maybe Quicksilver Amulet can help you cast big and expensive creatures.Another alternative would be big creatures with low costing, such as: Dust Elemental, Hunted Lammasu, and that Serra Ascendant.I think Odric, Lunarch Marshal is better than Angelic Skirmisher, Linvala, Keeper of Silence is better than Angel of Jubilation.Selfless Spirit can protect your other creatures from mass destruction spell.Adarkar Valkyrie would combo with Burnished Hart or Selfless Spirit, and she herself is flying, vigilance.Serra Avenger is a 3/3 flying, vigilance for 2 mana.

JaceTheSwagSculptor on Uril's Revenge

1 month ago

Lol I can't tell whether you're being sarcastic or not about the "amateur" thing, but "curving out" would mean playing something on each turn. I would want lots of 1-drops because it ups the chances I will be doing something during the first turn of the game, then less two drops, and so on and so fourth. Ideally, this means we are likely to things like play a 4-drop on turn four, two 2-drops, or one 3-drop and one 1-drop because the curve is structured so we are less likely to see cards of increasing costs. This means we are building the deck such that it will perform as efficiently as possible on each turn of the game with as few lands as possible. Is this a sufficient explanation?

We ideally want to maintain the "decreasing staircase" curve, so if we were to remove something like Constant Mists we could not replace it with Choke without removing an additional 3-drop and adding a 2-drop. If we don't follow these kind of procedures when building a deck that is excels during the early turns, we promote the chances of getting awkward openers and poor subsequent draws.

That being said, the effectiveness of Red Elemental Blast and Constant Mists depends on your meta. Are you the fastest, most oppressive deck? Then, Constant Mists probably isn't necessary because if you get too far behind then you probably already lost. Most competitive decks experience a lot of blue in their meta's, so cards like Choke and Pyroblast are quite commonplace cards.

We ideally want to keep your aura count in the range 18 - 20, this will result in the lowest variance so you were correct in calling me out on one of the previous posts.

Cyclonic Rift, Toxic Deluge, and Arcane Lighthouse are the most commonplace answers to our strategy. Since you know this, Nevermore is a much more useful card. You should always be naming Rift or Deluge if blue or black is at the table. You unfortunately also have to worry about sacrifice effects, which is why I encouraged you to include Dryad Arbor awhile back as fetching it up can save you in a pinch. The most commonplace sac-effect you will have to be weary of is more than likely Living Death. It's difficult to account for sac-effects though as they warrant the addition of very narrow cards like Tajuru Preserver or Angel of Jubilation, which we don't want. I guess what I said was a bit roundabout, but Nevermore is probably the best option to stop people from playing the aforementioned problematic spells. Nevermore should rarely be a dead draw you either name a problematic commander or one of the aforementioned cards.

I think if you make the changes from my previous post, you should be fine. If you want to include Choke/Nevermore, we could make the following changes...

I have no idea what "Timmy player" means, could you elaborate? Recommending an "interesting" deck to someone is difficult because everyone has a different idea of what is interesting. If you enjoy quality decks that perform consistently, then the cEDH tier list has plenty of examples of decks that do just that. I can't really vouch for how interesting they are though. I guess some of the one's that I found to be more interesting were an angel of glory's rise + child of alara combo deck, a captain sisay paradox engine storm deck, a combo-control grand arbiter deck, and a pretty standard sliver overlord deck.

Finally, it would really help me with future suggestions if you could be more vocal about what proposed changes you plan to act upon otherwise it feels as though I am trying to read between the lines and find how exactly you intend to change the deck (which effects the curve, which in turn effects the cards I suggest).

Jakobel on EDH Gaddock's Angel Friends

1 month ago

And what about Angel of Jubilation since you are all into making it hard for the opponent?

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