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Braids, Conjurer Adept
Legendary Creature — Human Wizard
At the beginning of each player's upkeep, that player may put an artifact, creature, or land card from his or her hand into play.
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Braids, Conjurer Adept Discussion
3 weeks ago
Farycane interesting! I preemptively made the choice of excluding Thieves' Auction as well as Grip of Chaos precisely because i figured the salt would be real! So what i did was opted for a lot of group hug cards like Rites of Flourishing and Braids, Conjurer Adept to not only make other people not want to attack me, but its pseudo chaotic because its like "o shit! Whos gonna go off more?". Admittedly, i still have yet to win a game, and since my friends have a much lower budget then me so their decks arent super competitive, i could probably get away with it more then other EDH players. Nonetheless i still havent won, but its fun as hell.
2 months ago
This is a sweet idea, and a very unique deck. I don't know much about group hug decks, and I don't know how much EDHREC will help, since the recommendations for the theme will be more geared towards non-red decks, but I can tell you that the one thing you're lacking is a solid end game. The strength of group hug decks is that the hugging isn't really symmetrical. When everyone gets resources from Kynaios and Tiro of Meletis , your deck is better built to utilize the cards and mana. When everyone gets to Show and Tell with Braids, Conjurer Adept , your deck is built top-heavy. If the goal with Alesha group hug is to control the board's big threats, you need to make sure that you have a way to utilize all the minor threats that you build up. I don't think Siege-Gang Commander is going to do it. You could look up combos, such as a way to infinitely recur your Gray Merchant of Asphodel or something with Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker , get tribal and rely on a massive Coat of Arms or Shared Animosity , or you could find a late-game way to leverage your graveyard or the board state, such as Immortal Servitude or Insurrection . Anyway, happy deck building!
4 months ago
4 months ago
Knowledge Pool, Starke of Rath, Scrambleverse, Warp World, Confusion in the Ranks, Thieves' Auction, Grip of Chaos, Wild Evocation, Eye of the Storm, Hive Mind, Teferi's Puzzle Box, Whims of the Fates, Planar Chaos, Tyrant of Discord, Capricious Efreet, Braids, Conjurer Adept, Humble Defector, Karplusan Minotaur, Perplexing Chimera, Puppet's Verdict, Illicit Auction, Goblin Game, Fiery Gambit, Game of Chaos, Timesifter, Boompile, Gate to the AEther, Tide of War, Risky Move, Puca's Mischief, Shared Fate, Conjured Currency, Psychic Battle, Curse of Echoes, Impulsive Maneuvers, Pandemonium, and Witch Hunt are my favorites that I run.
8 months ago
8 months ago
Ok I will play the Devil's Advocate. I'll be the casual player. I'm more of a win by turn 6-9 type player. So I know the feeling of pulling out my mono green Multani, Maro-Sorcerer against 3 other strong decks like prosh and Edgar and animar.
So here's what I suggest. Play to a style the allows players to play. Build a deck that thrives on the late game. A deck that grinds out games.
Additionally. You might like Braids, Conjurer Adept this has blue since I think you seem to like blue but most importantly. Everyone will enjoy this style of game play. It also sounds like it would be fun and challenging for you to build around.
8 months ago
The M10 rules change did not change "put into play" to "cast", it changed:
- "play" to "cast" (except in case of lands)
- "comes into play" to "enters the battlefield"
- "put into play" to "put onto the battlefield"
The first is play as a verb, the action of playing a spell. The others are play as a noun, meaning the space of "in play". This is an important distinction to make in appreciating the change in the rules text.
Casting is a specific game action, and now play is a distinct one used for the act of playing lands. For something to be cast you must either cast it as normal or an ability must explicitly say "cast" as part of its resolution. If an ability does not say cast and uses language like "put onto the battlefield" or "create [a token]" or "copy [a spell]" then it's not cast and will not trigger abilities looking for a "cast" event.
Elite Arcanist on the other hand creates a copy of a card which you then cast. This is a case where an ability uses the cast action.
Braids, Conjurer Adept occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%