Creature — Sliver
Sliver creatures you control have haste.
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Blur Sliver Discussion
4 days ago
Don't forget the slivers that make everyone mana dorks: Gemhide Sliver and Manaweft Sliver. Them, along with a Dormant Sliver and Blur Sliver can get a decent storm effect going, as each sliver can produce mana for the next one. When you want to attack, just sack the Dormant Sliver, with Necrotic Sliver's ability for example. Also don't forget that Sliver Hivelord can pull off an Avacyn, Angel of Boardwipes, except with more than just white wrath effects.
Root Sliver is good too.
3 weeks ago
Hey Nice build
I like the Sliver Legion I used to run that guy but found really by the time you get him out you already have the game.
Be careful with Virulent Sliver poison is not the same as infect and yes it does trigger for each Virulent Sliver in play they still have to connect. If Blightsteel Colossus had poison(1) it would be a terrible card! Plus you have other good options for the 1 drop slots like Striking Sliver and Sidewinder Sliver
Great deck build looks like alot of fun to play you can check out my 5 color modern list here http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/17-04-17-5-color-slivers/
I also have a green white version.
4 weeks ago
I was adding some of the combos from your deck into my own that felt more of my play style, and I noticed something about the Paradox Engine/Planar Bridge play all permanents combo you have. Planar Bridge says put onto the battlefield, so you would not be able to cast it from your hand for Paradox Engine. This combo can still partially work since Overlord can find a 1 or 2 drop sliver and still force Paradox Engine to all the untapping.
Also have you thought about running Heartstone? I have it and until I knew about Mana Echoes and Training Grounds it is currently what I use for infinite damage, the combo I am using is Heartstone, Purphoros, God of the Forge, Sliver Queen, Gemhide Sliver since I do not have Manaweft Sliver at the moment, and either Heart Sliver or Blur Sliver. Unfortunately this gives me infinite tapped slivers, which isn't an issue since I can win off it.
1 month ago
Having spent the last few years with a beat down style sliver deck, not only was it not as effective as I wanted it to be, it was also getting a little stale...time to spice things up a little! Another important factor, Overlord is fantastic but also very slow - as it turns out, an 8 mana/5 colour tutor isn't exactly efficient. With these thoughts in mind, I've decided to give the deck a significant overhaul with 2 goals in mind: improve reliability + increase shenanigans.
I've taken out most of the pump slivers in favour of a few effective combo slivers. I've also learned that I need some disruption to avoid the hive mind's mortal enemy - board wipes. Anyway, here's the change list:
Out: Aphetto Dredging, Constricting Sliver, Cryptolith Rite, Distant Melody, Horned Sliver, Magma Sliver, Megantic Sliver, Might Sliver, Predatory Sliver, Root Sliver, Shared Animosity, Synapse Sliver, Telekinetic Sliver, Thorncaster Sliver, Toxin Sliver, Ward Sliver
In: Basal Sliver, Blur Sliver, Commander's Sphere, Counterspell, Crypt Sliver, Darksteel Ingot, Disallow, Dormant Sliver, Enlightened Tutor, Mystical Tutor, Paradox Engine, Quick Sliver, Swan Song, Voidslime, Wheel of Sun and Moon, Winged Sliver
I'm looking forward to seeing how this refreshed build performs.
1 month ago
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2 months ago
Welp, I don't know how it wasn't suggested before...Firewake Sliver in for Blur SliverNow from sliver industries it's Firewake!Half the power and toughness, Same great haste!As an additional bonus, get another way to burn away those pesky slivers that are on your field being slightly useful but hampering your ability to succeed!Or if you wannah be boring get rid of Reflex Sliver, but Blur sliver is one of those new ones that's like "No, I wannah be selfish with MY buff" So... that's a reason to not sliver. Stupid new slivers.
But seriously the only drawback of Firewake sliver is that if you get mindslavered yer slivers go byebye. But isn't that true of any deck that you play? Stupid mindslaver.
2 months ago
to be fair, the /X slivers are easily the most powerful slivers you have access too, so it feels like a waste to avoid them, by extension Sedge Sliver and means losing out lifegain, removal, mana, and +1/+1 counters, and makes it harder to cast the 5c lords, but thats your call.
Anyway, as mentioned above bant is your only real option, red has some useful slivers left, but they are ability slivers and the splash for Blur Sliver or Two-Headed Sliver probably isn't worth it. so you may need to fill the gap with the any-lords Adaptive Automaton and Metallic Mimic