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Azusa, Lost but Seeking
Legendary Creature — Human Monk
You may play two additional lands on each of your turns.
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Azusa, Lost but Seeking Discussion
5 days ago
I enjoy Azusa, Lost but Seeking as a landfall style deck. Crucible of Worlds, Avenger of Zendikar, Ramunap Excavator , Genesis Wave, Nissa, Vastwood Seer Flip, Rampaging Baloths, plus most of the garruks, hydras, and fetches
1 week ago
Thanks Mike94 for your input! I made the following changes: Teferi's Protection for Zendikar Resurgent, Eerie Interlude for Fortified Village, Commander's Sphere for Blossoming Sands, Elvish Piper for Wilt-Leaf Liege, Thran Dynamo for Razorverge Thicket, Resolute Archangel for Land Tax and Graypelt Refuge for Gilded Lotus. This now brings me to 36 lands and a couple of more mana artifacts.
I know that I am vulnerable to everything that kills my combos, but I always tried to include a couple of alternatives to Brisela, the Voice of Nightmares, Azusa, Lost but Seeking, and also Captain Sisay.
1 week ago
I would also not run 40 lands but 36 combined with some mana rocks like Commander's Sphere, Gilded Lotus, Thran Dynamo and Worn Powerstone. It's tricky to rely on a creature like Azusa, Lost but Seeking for ramp, a Doom Blade is enough to stop your game-plan.
You also seem to run a decent amount of big creatures so maybe Elvish Piper could be a good addition to.
2 weeks ago
saw your deck and since I am a huge fan of Selesnya colors I had to take a look.
I am an EDH fan playing these colors, so did you consider these cards already:
- Eladamri's Call
- Azusa, Lost but Seeking
- Aura Shards
- Mesa Enchantress
- Vizier of the Menagerie
- Oracle of Mul Daya
- Lotus Cobra
- Wood Elves
I play a Sisay deck, that is truely powerful and fun to play. If you are interested to play some extra ramp spells, then check my deck. It has a seperarte ramp list, which has some nice targets for you too if interested.
Hope I could have been of help for you.
Best wishes for 2018!
2 weeks ago
Let me share a thought about how you could improve the overall deck strength and consistancy.
In a competitive meta Sisay will be hunted and hated. The fact that Sisay works as an enabler in your deck gives her a big target. People can severely shut you down or set you back when they get the opportunity to 'deal' with her. It is vital that Sisay is out on the battlefield as soon as possible; outpacing your opponents before they can play their targeted removal or (boardwide) disruption. With Sisay you have access to the most powerfull ramp pieces available in Magic. Make serious use of these pieces to gain the best possible advantage in your games. All relevant ramp pieces should function in each opening hand. I counted 3 dedicated ramp cards so far. If you really want to go competitive, you need to up this count seriously.
Some ramp cards that could be selected:
- Azusa, Lost but Seeking : Just bonkers here and it an be found by Sisay as well.
- Voyaging Satyr : Auto include. You got cradle here...
- Birds of Paradise : Always good to draw and can be used as chump blocker lategame
- Seeker of Skybreak : Untap a mana dork or untap Sisay. Sweetness!
- Selesnya Signet : Just a solid rock for Selesnya
- Elvish Mystic : One of the 1 mana dorks, which are great to see in any openings hand
- Llanowar Elves : Same as above
- Bloom Tender : 2 mana is neat to get
- Mox Diamond : Great rock
- Mana Vault : A turn two Sisay rock when opening with it
- Grim Monolith : Strong rock!
- etc etc ...
Also be aware that when you have Paradox Engine out on the battlefield, that your mana dorks and rocks untap as well, giving you so much more tempo to finish the game before others can manage to do so.
If you really wish to go more competitive, then this is a nessesary step to get your deck to the next level. Whatever other options I could be mentioning, this is where I should start.
I have won tourneys with my build, which I can say is competitive. You can see it here if you are looking for more reference.
Good luck and tag my name when you have more questions.
3 weeks ago
Azusa, Lost but Seeking as a one of in place of dack?
3 weeks ago
I Think 2x would be Nice. You need to remove 28 cards to go down to 60... ouch that always hurts. I would probably remove Overgrowth, Utopia Sprawl, Abundant Growth, Courser of Kruphix, 2x Azusa, Lost but Seeking and some lands.
3 weeks ago
My most common use for Uncage the Menagerie is at X=3 for Azusa, Lost but Seeking, Eternal Witness, and some utility third creature like Dosan the Falling Leaf or Skullwinder. Spending 9 mana to find the three CMC = 6 creatures -- two of which you'd rather Genesis Wave in anyways -- doesn't seem like a winning proposition.
I'm not personally impressed by the merits of Magus over Scroll, largely because it's easier for a creature to die in setup than an artifact and Scroll also can do things the turn it comes into play, but Magus isn't so horrible that I couldn't see a version of this deck running it.
Thanks for your comment,