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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
This deck 100% wants Voice of Resurgence, to survive through sweepers. These should absolutely replace Call of the Conclave Also I feel like the new Trostani Discordant would be better than OG Trostani. And I understand that the lands are budget, but at least some Sunpetal Grove would make for much more consistent mana. Also in this deck your one-mana populate sorcery will usually be making just another 1/1, a repeatable effect like Growing Ranks might be more effective. You might even consider Hunted Witness since this deck is so weak to board-wipes. Also I wonder if you want some amount of Nissa, Voice of Zendikar to build bigger tokens.
3 months ago
It's vanilla, and vanillas are usually discouraged: we already sorta have one in form of Call of the Conclave. A turn 2 3/3 already puts a serious pressure on Dimir deck. Centaur token can be dealt with easily, at least; Watchwolf? Not so much.
4 months ago
Hey, I made one of these populate decks!
A few questions:
First Question: How is this aggro?
I mean you run no 1 drops, and your fastest kill is turn 5, and that isn't super likely.
Second Question: Why 4 Temple Gardens
With Wooded Foothills or Flooded Strands, you only need 2-3 Temple Gardens for required fixing, and Horizon Canopy deserves a spot or two in this list. Also the Grove of the Guardians will never really see play unless you are in the midrange mirror against Abzan or something. Maybe sideboard them, run some Horizon Canopy, drop a Temple Garden drop in another Fetchland, call your landbase a day.
Third Question: Why no dorks?
The best plays of populate lists are turn one Noble Hierarch curving into turn two Wayfaring Temple, into turn three 2xCall of the Conclave (One one Call of the Conclave and one Selesnya Charm on 2/2 token), swinging for 5 with Wayfaring Temple (4 creatures+exalted trigger), then copy a Call of the Conclave, turn 4 drop a few creatures (dorks, tokens, whatever), swing for 15, win turn 4. You can also achieve this with a hand of Intangible Virtues.
Fourth (And Final) Question: Why do you run Trostani, Selesnya's Voice?
Against Combo, or aggro, you are dead before you untap with her, against control, she will die before then, or won't resolve. To be honest, the same is true for Advent of the Wurm. With dorks, it woul be possible to untap with them, but since you don't run any they appear useless. Wilt-Leaf Liege has a similar problem, but I actually like him, because if you swing the turn you drop him, he doesn't need to untap to win a game. Otherwise I find him pretty bad, and would drop him for Dryad Militants that at least stop storm, TurboFog, or Snapcaster Mage, along with Life from the Loam, and a handful of readily played modern staples. Druid's Deliverance actually falls into this category of "cards that won't matter in modern", but I'd be lying if there wouldn't be a deck that could use it, Turbo-Fog (which is not this deck, and Turbo-Fog is normally trash).
9 months ago
Hmmm it is hard to figure out what should be dropped but I would start with these:
Panharmonicon is great here but it relies on other cards and has no impact on its own. If you cut enough other cards and still have enough good etbs like now then keep it. Until then you want cards that have impact on their own.
Wurmcalling and friends could end games with your commander and Parallel Lives and such but so can the mass tokens you get from some of the other cards and craterhoof. Basically wurmcalling and friends are not as scary to me as Entreat the Angels.
The others just seem a little out of place to me or too low impact. Hope that helps.
11 months ago
Egrystal: Thanks for your advice, and you're right about the Sanctuaries.
But what if I told you I'm trying to build around Emperor Crocodile? lol Basically, that's why I built this deck, to abuse him.
Also, all my pauper decks are in paper, so I actually only own 3x Call of the Conclave & 3x Scion of the Wild. =( So, yeah, I do agree, but... there's that. I also don't think I have any Barkshell Blessings, but I'll look. Thanks. =)
11 months 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
11 months 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.
1 year 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.