Call to the Kindred

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Dark Ascension (DKA) Rare

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Call to the Kindred

Enchantment — Aura

Enchant creature

At the beginning of your upkeep, you may look at the top five cards of your library. If you do, you may put a creature card that shares a creature type with enchanted creature from among them onto the battlefield, then you put the rest of those cards on the bottom of your library in any order.

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Call to the Kindred Discussion

discipleofgary73 on A Sliver Deck With No Slivers?!!

2 hours ago

Okay, I'm back! Some good color-fixers that I have found helpful in 5 color decks: Ancient Ziggurat, Thran Quarry, Reflecting Pool, Opal Palace, Holdout Settlement, Unknown Shores, and Cryptolith Rite.

I would personally swap some of these for lands that enter tapped. It'll help speed up the land base while still making sure you have good color options. You can also go with things like Zendikar Resurgent, Mana Reflection, and Mirari's Wake. I would also consider shifting the and base to be more basics and using fetch cards like Myriad Landscape and the panoramas to thin the deck and get even more creatures out. Obviously you'll have the tutor ability going strong, but this will help early game and also give you protection from things like Blood Moon and Ruination, which would make this deck scoop 9/10 times.

Some other cards that could speed things up are the classic Bear Umbra, Urza's Incubator, and Cryptic Gateway. With such a creature-heavy deck, the latter can be really powerful because you can use your weenies or important cards to help get more ground-pounders out. It also allows you to put a creature on the battlefield during an opponent's turn at instant speed, which in this deck could be a killer surprise. I'd also consider adding Call to the Kindred in. It's a weird card to play and can make a creature a big target, but it would probably get you a free creature every turn.

I think my only other suggestion is Distant Melody, if you find your running out of a hand later in the game.

Again, I really enjoyed looking this deck over. Great work!

Nsomniac on Ultimate Tribal Lords

1 month ago

I loved the new vid! It was an awesome showcase. Thoughts on Call to the Kindred paired with Mistform Ultimus and Seahunter with Arcane Adaptation?

TypicalTimmy on 5C Dragon Help - Looking ...

2 months ago

Looking for cards that can help me bring out Dragons for free. So any card that does this sort of thing, really.

I know a small list already, but I was wondering what else there is so I can try to narrow and hone in on the best cards.

Here's what I already know of that do this sort of thing, in one way or another. In no particular order, because I'm lazy.

I'm trying to stay away from graveyard tricks, so please keep those suggestions to a minimum. Thank you.

Cards I know of Show

As I said, I'm trying to stay away from Graveyard tricks but if it is cheap enough and easy to pull off, I guess it works. I'm looking to constantly grow my boardstate every turn, not try and rebuild it from scratch.

Yes I know Dragon Broodmother and Utvara Hellkite will grow the boardstate as well. I plan on including them. I just wanted to know what else I might be missing :)

Thanks! :D

Jaysterbaby on Need help with ZOMBIE EDH ...

2 months ago

I have 128 cards and trying to knock it down to 100, would like some help makes a good Zombie deck. Thank you for your time and help. Here are my cards

Commander - Oloro, Ageless Ascetic

[100 cards]

Sol Ring

Leyline of the Meek

Night's Whisper

Phyrexian Arena

17x Swamp

Prophetic Prism

Zombie Apocalypse

Phage the Untouchable

Sheoldred, Whispering One

Isolated Chapel

Dark Ritual

Culling the Weak

Heliod, God of the Sun

Cabal Ritual

Army of the Damned

The Scarab God

Josu Vess, Lich Knight

Cemetery Reaper

Death Baron

Torment of Scarabs

Gravecrawler

Geralf's Messenger

Leyline of Sanctity

Diregraf Ghoul

Murder

Torment of Hailfire

Blood Scrivener

Bridge from Below

Mikaeus, the Unhallowed

Drowned Catacomb

Sunken Hollow

Duress

Vampiric Rites

Geth's Verdict

Gonti, Lord of Luxury

Liliana Vess

Liliana, the Last Hope

Liliana, Death's Majesty

Liliana's Mastery

Liliana, Untouched By Death

Jace, Ingenious Mind-Mage

Counterspell

Ghostly Prison

Remand

Propaganda

Liliana, Heretical Healer  Flip

Norn's Annex

Relentless Dead

Mortify

Dread Wanderer

Geth, Lord of the Vault

Dark Salvation

From Under the Floorboards

Fleshbag Marauder

Endless Ranks of the Dead

Diregraf Colossus

Highborn Ghoul

Lord of the Undead

Corpseweft

Cryptbreaker

Levitation

Whip of Erebos

Erebos, God of the Dead

Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite

Opt

Path of Ancestry

Command Tower

Hope of Ghirapur

Cast Down

Profane Procession  Flip

Rupture Spire

Opal Palace

Temple of Silence

Mana Confluence

Transguild Promenade

Jwar Isle Refuge

Darkslick Shores

Frost Marsh

Fetid Heath

Caves of Koilos

Tainted Field

Arcane Sanctum

Dreadship Reef

[28 cards]

Innocent Blood

Unraveling Mummy

Liliana's Reaver

Dromar's Charm

Immortal Servitude

Anointed Procession

Vindictive Lich

Call to the Kindred

Skullclamp

Havengul Runebinder

Unbreathing Horde

Grimgrin, Corpse-Born

Sun Droplet

Gray Merchant of Asphodel

Quicksilver Amulet

Cemetery Recruitment

Psychic Strike

Mana Leak

Brainstorm

Disentomb

Coat of Arms

Ravenous Chupacabra

Shrieking Affliction

Grim Guardian

Demonic Vigor

Recoil

Stitched Drake

Archetype of Imagination

Graf Harvest

kozilek1234 on

3 months ago

Call to the Kindred?

hungry000 on Reaper Madness

4 months ago

Celestial Purge is a good sideboard card in its own right, and with Painter's Servant (and Scuttlemutt) it's even better since you can blow up lands and other non-black/red permanents with it as well if you need to. It could replace Maelstrom Pulse with it in the sideboard, 4 Pulse is usually too many anyways. While we're talking about sideboards, the one Serum Visions is honestly a wasted slot. It doesn't directly improve any of your matchups, and having a slightly higher chance of drawing one won't change the game in your favor. Either move it into the main or cut it; another Thoughtseize would use that spot better.

Also, Negate is better than Heroic Intervention, especially since you're a lot more heavily weighted towards blue. It can hit more things and it does everything Intervention does (beats sweepers and removal) so it's almost always going to be better; Intervention was meant to be a replacement Negate for green decks without access to blue, so for a blue deck to be playing it over Negate seems... inefficient? I can't really think of the word. You can also play Dispel for cheaper protection.

Moving on, from what I can tell Call to the Kindred was meant to be an extra Reaper King tutor, but I think 4 copies is too many. It's a very slow card and can easily end up in a 2-for-1 without you being able to get any value out of it. You don't want to draw more than one copy of a slow card like that (generally 4 copies means you want to draw multiples each game), especially taking its cmc into account, so I suggest dropping to 3 or 2 copies.

I know someone said this already, but with the number of artifacts you're playing (22, I think the above comment missed the Pentad Prisms and Chromatic Stars), Spire of Industry is pretty much a direct upgrade to Mana Confluence.

Anyways, you've made a pretty neat deck. Good job.

ThallionDarkshine on Inalla Wizards

4 months ago

I feel like Call to the Kindred may be more trouble than it's worth. With only 17 wizards in the deck, I feel like it would be fairly unlikely to actually draw cards off of it, and it can be blanked by either creature or enchantment removal. I feel similarly about Cryptic Gateway. While it can be powerful to play a cheap wizard, copy it with Inalla, and then cheat out another wizard from your hand, I feel like most of the time you won't even be getting that much value out of it, since only 2 wizards in your deck are over 5 mana. Sapphire Medallion only has 23 cards that it can actually cost down in the deck, which may or may not be too few. Finally, Warstorm Surge feels like it may be a bit too expensive for what it does, given that most wizards have fairly low power.

Now, on to the things I think you should add. Dualcaster Mage is a very powerful card, and goes infinite together with Ghostly Flicker in this deck. And even if you think that forking spells isn't that great, you could run Archaeomancer instead for a value loop with Ghostly Flicker. I'm not sure if it's quite good enough, but you might want to consider running a Trinket Mage package. It can find ramp with Sol Ring or Everflowing Chalice, draw with Skullclamp, and if you add them, cycling grave hate in Relic of Progenitus or Nihil Spellbomb, or a land tutor in Expedition Map. I feel like having removal that exiles is pretty important in EDH, so maybe try Reality Shift over one of your other kill spells.

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