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Boros Guildgate Discussion
1 week ago
Okay, I'm starting to spam, but alongside your other dual-mana land: A playset of Boros Guildgate might give you a better certainty on Spark Trooper, but I don't even know. Given you'd actually splash in black with the Nomad Outpost, the Boros Guildgate would be unnecessary.
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I keep getting a failure message for your email address. I was just curious what other cards you would be looking for. The list I have right now is:Boros Guildgate, Archetype of Courage, Boros Reckoner, Tajic, Blade of the Legion, Boros Charm, Ghostly Flicker, Wind-Scarred Crag, Act of Treason, Thunderous Wrath, Wear / Tear, Rogue's Passage
How many of each card would you need? Also, let me know why your email was possibly not working. Thanks
1 month ago
Cards you could drop:Thundersong Trumpeter- It goes against your strategy of attacking with numbers, because using it would mean you couldn't attack with it. Also, all of the spells I recommended, and all of the instants/sorceries you're already running, can accomplish the same thing.(That 'thing' being stopping opponent's creatures from blocking.) Instead of dropping, you could even put Trumpeter into your sideboard.
I would also recommend replacing Boros Garrison with Boros Guildgate, because guildgate does the same thing only doesn't make you return a land you control to your hand upon casting. Again, you could always run some in your sideboard.
Basic lands, I would suggest you drop three of these, because it is still a good number for the cards in this deck and won't be detrimental to your mana curve. Again, you could always run extras in your sideboard.
Assemble the Legion- I don't suggest you drop all of them, but at least one, maybe two, for the following reasons. 1.) It has a high CMC and won't be able to be cast before your fifth or sixth turn, and takes one more turn after casting before it starts working. 2.) Running three isn't very helpful because it would take about three turns to cast them all due to its high CMC, and so would take four turns after casting the first one before the ability will start to stack and purpose a threat. And even that is assuming you draw all three. 3.) For a five mana drop with a slow ability, it removes a good size chunk of your mana pool that could be spent on multiple spells instead.
Finally, you could always run the cards I mentioned in my previous comment in your sideboard, that way you could swap them out, but only when you feel like doing so. I'd recommend running about two of each in your sideboard.
1 month ago
Hey, you look like you have a pretty good direction with the build right now so I'll just make some suggestions of specific cards:
Sword of the Paruns is pretty good if you have both tokens and equipment (which you do!)
Similarly, Buried Ruin can get back your lost equipment. Be careful not to run too many nonbasics though because you have Price of Progress (you could probably cut some of the ones you have right now).
Indomitable Archangel can hold equipment pretty well and protect it, too.
If you have the cash, Umezawa's Jitte is extremely strong.
Swiftfoot Boots and Lightning Greaves are great for protecting your big guy, but be careful with the greaves because you can't equip a shrouded creature. They're also both very strong with Leonin Shikari!
Darksteel Plate is great for surviving wipes.
Speaking of Sunforger, you need to take advantage of this card's power. If you have this down with an active Puresteel Paladin and a Leonin Shikari you can cast any instant from your deck whenever you want for WR. Here's a list of great toolbox parts with Sunforger:
There are even more great cards to tutor up with it, but pick and choose your favorite 10 or so and you have a really strong toolbox package.
Here are a few cards you're running right now that would be first on the chopping block, in my opinion:
After that, it's all preference. Best of luck with the deck!
|Avg. draft pick||7.15|
|Avg. cube pick||13.43|
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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