|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Tempest Remastered||Mythic Rare|
|From the Vault: Annihilation||Rare|
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Each player chooses from among the permanents he or she controls an artifact, a creature, an enchantment, and a land, then sacrifices the rest.
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17 hours ago
Winterblast, Cataclysm is banned in my playgroup as it is essentially mass land destruction. Tragic Arrogance would work though since it doesn't hit lands. I really like your idea of being able to keep one kitty which is pumped up with the eminence ability :)
17 hours ago
If you want a boardwipe, use Cataclysm. Firstly it's a CATaclysm here and secondly it's absolutely devastating with the eminence ability still going off every turn.
2 days ago
Ugin, the Spirit Dragon, you can -5 without killing Narset and it cleans the board good, also I'd add some land destruction effects, like Armageddon itself, Cataclysm... since once Narset is online, you control the board good.
6 days ago
I would cut a lot of the creatures and equipment with higher mana costs. Worldly Tutor, Sylvan Tutor, Eladamri's Call should help finding the best beaters you have, Cataclysm and Armageddon are good to prevent control decks from interacting with your creatures too much.
1 week ago
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1 week ago
I run a similar list including anya in the 99 but with tajic at the helm.
Due to her indestructible nature and access to stuff like Boros Charm Frontline Medic Avacyn, Angel of Hope and Iroas, God of Victory, i would recommend running powerful spells that indestructible creatures like anya, see my list for reference, but a ton of spells exist that anya survives but everything else wont
Also, your lack of tutors is disturbing :/
As far as artifact theme, you're missing a few key cards
Without this, a single Vandalblast neuters your game plan
not just flavor, this card allows you to run a "toolbox" of 1-4 cmc instants, some i run in tajic are
Creatures constantly being destroyed? Fear not. Leave 4 mana open and anya and friends will NEVER die, it also abuses etb effects like Godo, Bandit Warlord
2 weeks ago
Why are your expectations for the cat deck so low? I think the cats we already have are mostly very good, have a low cost for much value and come in colours that support aggro quite well. I'm really looking forward to adding green to my Brimaz deck with the new commander set...just think about how awful that command zone effect is after a Cataclysm. You can even run Ramunap Excavator with green. I just hope the other two foil legendary creatures (hopefully new ones?) in the cat deck are as good as the spoiled one.
3 weeks ago
Hi! Glad to see the deck is still thriving.
I have two suggestions. Since you're now running Armageddon, I would actually consider running Cataclysm as well. I personally prefer Cataclysm over Armageddon because it can also debase artifact and creature ramp from your opponents to ensure your kills. Moreover, it can easily re-weigh the board in your favour since it functionally boardwipes, say, an elfball stax player's permanent package at the time. In other words, Cataclysm has the potential to set your opponents further back than Armageddon. When presented with the choice of one or the other, I prefer Cataclysm from personal experience. A cut for Cataclysm might be a weaker boardwipe like Rout.
Either way, if you can get your hands on a copy of Flagstones of Trokair and Oboro, Palace in the Clouds, they're both quite good in a deck that seeks to actively destroy lands. Flagstones turns itself into any Plains card and Oboro can bounce itself in response to a land-wipe.