Artifact — Equipment
Equipped creature gets +2/+0.
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2 weeks ago
Golem-Skin Gauntlets might be useful as you have a lot of cheap equipment.
Bonesplitter might be slightly better than bone saw or shuko
3 weeks ago
Nice!!! Just a few of suggestions:- Might be worth including 4x Vines of Vastwood, it's super handy to have- Having more Bonesplitter is better than Viridian Longbow- Too many lands, maybe reduce to 18/16- Birchlore Rangers is rubbish, you don't need that- Maybe include Silhana Ledgewalker- Hunger of the Howlpack is also worth considering- Fog NEEDS to be in
3 weeks ago
As to suggestions, Bonesplitter is easy on the mana, and just a couple could ramp up the damage fairly quickly. There are also some scarecrows that care about colors and can provide useful or fun effects. Examples: Scuttlemutt might distort your curve a bit at CMC = 3, but it pays for itself a bit as a mana source, and it can flip a threat to red if you really need it to be while you wait for Swirl to show up. Painter's Servant needs no explanation. Whole deck concepts get built around that guy. It's kind of the ultimate in color-manipulation. Adds a given color to everything wherever it is, battlefield, hands, libraries, graveyards, even exile and the stack. That said, I'd just stick with 2 Bonesplitters, or even just 1, given your level of search and draw. The scarecrows might make good sideboard cards for handling unusual threats or just to swap in to keep 'em guessing once in a while.
I think you're right to keep Mind Harness where it is and that it's enough. It's more on-theme for the deck, and with 4 you can afford to use one on a mid-level creature and still have some for the big beastie later on. Also, a point I kind of glossed over above, is that with 4 in the deck, there's decent chance that you could hand off a good creature from a Harness that's getting expensive to a fresh one. Since you already control the target in that case, the handoff won't even cost a turn of summoning sickness.
Bottom Line: I'd swap in maybe 2 Counterspells and either 1 or at most 2 of a good cheap equipment of the Bonesplitter type and call the deck perfect. Neither change is essential, though. If you do only one of these things, go with the Counterspells. Doing that helps you get to play the game that you built this deck to play.
4 weeks ago
Commenting on my friend's behalf: Basically he's saying Battle Screech is op and Glint Hawk would fit in well (Bonesplitters and Thraben Inspector) Now me talking:I like what i'm seeing, might build your deck! +1 if i find how to +1 heh
1 month ago
Paladin en-Vec, Silverblade Paladin, Mirran Crusader, Mirror Entity, Glorious Anthem, Honor of the Pure, Crusade, Spear of Heliod, Always Watching , Oblivion Ring, Swords to Plowshares, Journey to Nowhere, Declaration in Stone, Spectral Procession, Bonesplitter
1 month ago
Might be worth splashing Red for Goblin Gaveleer and Bloodshot Trainee. Also, Piston Sledge is a good piece of equipment, replace Spidersilk Net and Accorder's Shield with it. Also also, Bonesplitter is really good, significantly more so than Bone Saw, so I'd go down 3 Bone Saw, and up 2 Bonesplitter and 1 Darksteel Axe.