|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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Enchantment — Aura
At the beginning of your upkeep, you may put an arrow counter on Archery Training.
Enchanted creature has "Tap: This creature deals X damage to target attacking or blocking creature, where X is the number of arrow counters on Archery Training."
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Archery Training Discussion
1 year ago
There are some hilarious cards out there if you want some jankiness.
Archery Training for some pro sniping.
Armageddon Clock if you just wanna watch the world burn.
Armor Thrull because +1/+2 is better than +1/+1.
Azor's Elocutors...win the game? ok.
Clockwork Avian or any other clockwork dudes are funny.
Corrosion to kill all the pesky artifacts.
Djinn of Wishes is lulzy if you want more than just 3 wishes. Yes, you can wish for more wishes now.
Endless Scream because errata.
Essence Flare for a slow death.
Fylgja idk this name is just worth it.
Greater Werewolf and other oldschool werewolves have hilarious effects.
Lead-Belly Chimera and other chimera like +2/+2 counters.
There are some other goofy ways to use proliferate that are actually pretty decent.
All in good fun.
2 years ago
Shadow Creatures... I had a mono-white Shadow deck back in the day that wrecked. Check this out,
T3: Empyrial Armor
T4: Serra's Blessing
They can't block or target your creature (pretty much) and you can pick off their attackers with Archery Training. I also ran a lot of bull like Story Circle, and Scent of Jasmine, but Magic was a different game back then...
I don't play EDH, but I've always thought that I want to make a deck that uses Mogis, God of Slaughter as it's Commander.
I love meta breaking brews that aren't supposed to work but do. I have a devil deck that has proven to be the experience you talked about called Sinful Devils that got everybody talking at FNM last week. The people I beat and the people that beat me were excited that I was playing the cards that I had together. There were many dynamic moments that put the decisions in your opponents hands, and it sounds like a deck you may enjoy.
In fact, that was reason I came here was to tell you about that deck since you had mentioned Impact Tremors on my Modern Goblins. I read your introduction and basically everything you said hit home. Very cool.