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Call of the Conclave
Create a 3/3 green Centaur creature token.
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Call of the Conclave Discussion
2 days ago
xaerusbladeI just want to say thank you for all of the responses I have been getting, they have been really helpful. So what I picked was an aggressive deck with tokens. I added most of my life gain cards to my sideboard, if not getting rid of them. I moved both of the Nyx-Fleece Ram to the sideboard, as well as Grazing Gladehart but I might just get rid of him. I also thought I could keep Nyx-Fleece Ram on the main board and use it to bulk up Ajani's Pridemate. I took a look at the "Little Kid GW" Deck and I saw a couple cards I really enjoyed, which also helped fix my mana curve, including 4 Watchwolf and 2 Narnam Renegade. I did pick more multi-color lands and also got some fetchlands including 3 Knight of the White Orchid. I did also add 2 Renegade Rallier for Revolt with Beast Within As well as using Knight of the White Orchid to get the land back. Now I would like more ways to get more land back, so I would like some more fetchland ideas if anyone else has any other, but I am still wondering if I should go the route of Landfall. That will also decide if I should keep Emeria Angel. I also got rid of Kemba, Kha Regent with the equipment. Now I did add 3 of the "Soul Sisters" I really like this as the life gain due to the fact that it is supposed to be a token deck and having that will help. Now I have a question about my planeswalkers and if I should keep both of them, none of them, or one, or replace them? A creature I have also been on the fence with is Lone Rider Flip. My deck is really not so much into lifegain now so most of it is moved to the sideboard but idk if it is even necessary to do that. Now this deck was originally designed to be a token deck, with spells such as Selesnya Charm, Call of the Conclave, Gather the Townsfolk, and Retreat to Emeria. But idk if that would even be the beast strategy at this point. I think that I need to either pick Landfall or token but I would really like some help in that regard. What should I do with Qasali Pridemage? It seems kinda out of place. And I wanted to move him to my sideboard. But I do like the Removal
Now an idea I had come up when I found the Beast Within card. My idea was I could use it to get rid of a land, which in turn would activate Revolt. Then after that put down a land, or use a fethland to get the landfall which could, in turn, get me more creatures through, and other Retreat to Emeria. Idk how well that would work but its an idea that popped up in my head
Again I want to thank you all for the suggestions and I really appreciate it
3 days ago
Long ass advice incoming:
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(If you remove the spaces inbetween the brackets) > Island
1x Adventuring Gear 1x Ajani Goldmane 1x Ajani's Chosen 2x Ajani's Mantra, 1x Ajani's Pridemate 1x Ajani, Mentor of Heroes 1x Arctic Nishoba 1x Behemoth Sledge 1x Call of the Conclave 2x Emeria Angel 1x Felidar Sovereign 14x Forest 1x Gather the Townsfolk 2x Grazing Gladehart 1x Grove of the Guardian 1x Guardians' Pledge 1x Increasing Savagery 1x Jedit Ojanen of Efrava 1x Kemba, Kha Regent 1x Oath of Gideon 16x Plains 2x Precinct Captain 2x Pride Sovereign 1x Primal Bellow 2x Regal Caracal 1x Retreat to Emeria 1x Selesnya Charm 1x Staff of the Wild Magus 1x Terra Stomper1x Blossoming Sands
Just a hint if you come looking for help in the future :)
The first thing I would like to add is that you are playing way too much land. In a 60 card deck with a steap mana curve, you probably only want 24-25 lands. Now your deck is currently 64. That's not too bad, but if you could shave it down to 60 that'll be doing yourslef a sall favor. (Consistancy is just lovely.)
Secondly, I can spot a few cards that I either find too bad to play, imo, or doesn't really fit your strategy too well.
Ajani's Chosen The card is perfectly reasoable as is right now, if not a little too clonky, but if you decide to take my advice on the Mantra's it's probably not playable afterwards.
Felidar Sovereign Awesome as it is, seems like a very unlikely wincondition for you. If you ever get to a point where it would win you the game, you are probably already winnning.
You have a couple more cards, that I'm a bit unhappy with, but are reasonable for the moment being.
Thirdly if you want to play a slower deck, you have to be able to interact.
If you can't answer the things your opponent does from time to time, you are going to lose to a lot of combo decks.
Fourthly: Here are some cards I hink you should look into, priced around the 1$ mark, or less. (If you want that lifegain theme to stick)
Qasali Pridemage Realy powerful card, that happens to be a cat, and can sometimes "interact" with opposing gameplans.
More Ajani's Pridemate - It's a great finisher, if you have some lifegain.
Condemn - Cheap creature removal.
More Blossoming Sands, fixing mana gaining life.
Blessed Alliance - Everthing goo in this world.
Eidolon of Rhetoric - put this in your sideboard, you wont regret it.
You are more than welcome to ask me for advice if you need an experienced player for something :) and good luck.
2 weeks ago
DRACULA150704 It's a good card but my 2 drop spots are taken. I wouldn't run Call of the Conclave over Fleecemane Lion or Sylvan Advocate personally. And I would rather have the utility that Qasali Pridemage offers.
Unless I was playing Selesnya tokens, then that card shines more.
4 weeks ago
Thanks Treehugger003 !
I will definitely be making a spot for Cryptolith Rite. Thanks for the suggestion !
So, Where I do agree with you on a lot of these, I decided (At least until a few play tests) to keep in a few of the ones listed. (Narrowing these down has been so hard!)
Intangible Virtue - Vigilance is great in some circumstances and doesn't draw a ton of hate.
Dictate of Heliod - Kept for buff + flash is nice.
Cards I removed -
Serra Avatar - Same reasons listed above. I do not feel it does much for the token theme, and were a big dumb dude is sometimes nice, it does not have trample on its own, and like you said - this deck is not a life gain deck (more of just an added benefit)
Emmara Tandris - If left unanswered, this can get to be pretty annoying. Although it has the potential to be very strong, it maybe doesn't promote the funnest play environment. I am going to take this out of the main, but keep it in mind.
Druid's Deliverance - I've never liked this type of effect. It's usually just a dead card and at best a gotcha (which is never fun to play against)
Call of the Conclave - I had thought this was an instant speed, so this was even more of a no brainer for me.
4 weeks ago
So my understanding is you are looking for Cuts and not additions. One addition that I think you should consider making room for is Cryptolith Rite. I know some people prefer to attack with their tokens but it can be a nice mana boost. For CutsCreatures:
Serra Avatar - Yes its huge and a big boost to your health but doesn't help the token theme or have any other boost to it. This isn't a life gain deck with something like Aetherflux Reservoir where you are weaponizing lifegain.
Trostani's Summoner it gives a bunch of tokens but its one use and expensive.
Desolation Twin - its just too much mana for what I think you want. Most token decks win by going wide. This belongs in a deck trying to go over the top.
Emmara Tandris - Just a thought here. I've found she never pulls her weight. She hits the board and then leaves the board. at 7 mana that is a big risk.
Druid's Deliverance-it just prevents damage to you. This is why you generate tokens. Unless you have a meta where unblockable/infect are a major thing.
Call of the Conclave - even at 2 mana in commander I would pull this one.
Increasing Devotion - things need to be cut.
Growing Ranks this is just slow to really build.
I'm not seeing much card draw in the deck.