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At the beginning of your upkeep, put a filibuster counter on Azor's Elocutors. Then if Azor's Elocutors has five or more filibuster counters on it, you win the game.Whenever a source deals damage to you, remove a filibuster counter from Azor's Elocutors.
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Azor's Elocutors Discussion
2 days ago
Turtleshell Changeling (replace with 1 Calcite Snapper and 1 Horned Turtle) and Tortoise Formation (replace with 2 Spell Pierce) plus Meandering Towershell (replace with 2 Thriving Turtle) and for better blocking Freed from the Real (replace with 1 Essence Scatter) annnnnnnnd to keep your Azor's Elocutors on the battlefield Darksteel Plate (replace with 2 Island) Also my strat for this deck is: block get out your Azor's Elocutors put the Darksteel Plate on them then block with your turtles so you dont take damage (If you something like a Lava Axe use a counter spell) untell you can automatically win the game. FLAWLESS!!!
3 days ago
I like the deck, but I have a few suggestions. If you need a wincon other than approach, you could try running Azor's Elocutors, Darksteel Reactor, and Helix Pinnacle. You should also try more tutors to help you find curses and wincons. Bitterheart Witch can help find curses for you. Something like Diabolic Revelation can help you find lots of stuff for the situation you're in. Just for lols, Enduring Ideal gets you a curse per turn. I like the deck, keep working at it!
1 week ago
Aorosco14 do you have a preferred color or strategy in mind? budget?
cuz you can go for cards that just say you win by meeting certain conditions from turbo fog with Azor's Elocutors.... to self mill Laboratory Maniac... i got the biggest with Mayael's Aria and others?
1 month ago
Hey drb108, thanks for the input! Those are some really great suggestions - think you're right about Mangara of Corondor, Azor's Elocutors, and Dovescape, that would be a few slots closer to 100 and make life a bit more friendly at the table. Swiftfoot Boots could probably go in, maybe Sigil of the Empty Throne and Blind Obedience, just hard to justify adding more cards when I'm already over. Also Prosperity was in there just for the fun politics aspect, but sounds like you advocate against politics that leave the opponents with good choices? Also, do you think that it's worth going with Web of Inertia (I'm assuming for use with Rest in Peace?) if I already have things like peacekeeper etc?
Thanks again for the advice! :3
1 month ago
Alright, time to make it budget. I can probably take out Phelddagrif as he doesn't help the deck and is a little expensive. His questing cousin, here just for flavor, can go too. As mentionned, Rubinia Soulsinger would fit the deck better as a commander anyway; she's also under a dollar, which is a plus.Chasm Skulker would be the next to go - he's nice if we get draws but we don't really need big creatures (if we do we can take them with Rubinia).The one I am torn about is Luminarch Ascension. It is super expensive considering we need an average card cost of 0.50$, but it is super aligned with what we want to do. We have to find another win condition as we cannot rely on Azor's Elocutors alone.Here, BudgetMTGDecks helps us again with a nice infinite damage combo in blue: using Aphetto Alchemist as an untap engine with Illusionist's Bracers and Prodigal Sorcerer is a nice way to win and takes the 3 spots we just freed so there we go.-Phelddagrif-Questing Phelddagrif-Chasm Skulker-Luminarch Ascension+Rubinia Soulsinger+Aphetto Alchemist+Illusionist's Bracers+Prodigal Sorcerer
1 month ago
Since Gwafa needs to stick on the battlefield and should be able to threaten the bribe counter at any moment, Lightning Greaves along with the Swiftfoot Boots would help a lot. If you intend to go into an enchantment-based direction, Sigil of the Empty Throne, Web of Inertia, Blind Obedience, Cathars' Crusade, and Elspeth, Sun's Champion are all strong cards to add in. Approach of the Second Sun is also a fun and unusual win condition, if that's more your thing. Cards that are difficult to play would be Azor's Elocutors (paints a massive target on your head), Dovescape (especially in an enchantment-based deck), Mangara of Corondor (there's just better removal, even enchantment-based), Prosperity (unless you're the Nekusar deck, having people draw extra cards isn't all that great, Pull from Tomorrow is a nice alternative), Skull of Orm (it's rather expensive to activate, whereas Hanna, Ship's Navigator does the job more efficiently), and most importantly politics cards that give the most choice to your opponents. Sure, a little choice is fine, but the best way to politic is Machiavellian politics-being able to show force with your politics. Aside from that, be sure to run some more mana rocks in your deck (Sol Ring, Commander's Sphere, Azorius Signet, and Cultivator's Caravan to name a few). Hope this helps.
on TURBO SENATE
1 month ago
Also, if you don't want to use Darksteel Reactor and Azor's Elocutors, Sphinx's Tutelage is also a good win-con for a Modern Turbofog deck. I'd also recommend running some number of wraths (Supreme Verdict, Wrath of God, Day of Judgment) as sort of super-fogs. Angelsong is also an option for another good fog. In any case, sweet deck!