Congregation at Dawn


Format Legality
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
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Ravnica: City of Guilds (RAV) Uncommon

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Congregation at Dawn


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Congregation at Dawn Discussion

lagotripha on The Gold Standard

1 week ago

I'm not a fan of Supply compared to Glittering Wish or Congregation at Dawn, but I hear you Sometimes you just need a token swarm.

Rakdos Charm. Artifact hate, Graveyard hate, token blowout, all one card. Put it in your sideboard- you are dangerously low on graveyard disruption. I even maindecked Dryad Militant in my variant, because goyf/storm meta.

shub on Big Heads Little Arms

1 week ago

Congregation at Dawn is a good way to stack your deck before combat damage.

CardTyrant on Gishath hungry! Gishath want eat!

2 weeks ago

A big part of being competitive is deck speed. I run 38 lands and all my lands come out untapped or have an ability that lets them come out untapped. That gives me a chance to do something right than and there.

I also run Urza's Incubator and Knight of the Stampede which lower the cost of my dinosaurs by . It really helps get Gishath out faster. That is the main goal of the deck is to slam Gishath out of the command zone and start beating people down her.

When it comes to ramping, I always run costing ramp spells that get me any kind of land, not just basic lands.

With Gishath's ability, it's good to have some kind of top deck manipulation. Scroll Rack, Sensei's Divining Top, Worldly Tutor, and Congregation at Dawn all allow you to manipulate the top card of your deck.

If you want anymore advice, let me know. Sorry if I'm a bit confusing. Just woke up. But that is how to make a good competitive deck. 38 lands that don't come out tapped for speed, low costing ramp spells that don't enter tapped, and top deck manipulation spells.

EchoSpice on NAYA--Samut, Voice of Dissent. All will be reigned

1 month ago

Congregation at Dawn can let you tutor wincons like craterhoof, aurelia, or sissy

shub on Gishath and Friends

1 month ago

Thunderherd Migration seems worse than Farseek since you can run duals. You're really lacking in answers to non-creature threats, and as thematically cool as Star of Extinction is, there are much better choices for sweepers. Austere Command perhaps? Anything to double up your commanders power or add double strike also seems good. Congregation at Dawn is an instant speed way to hit your three best dinos.

Acute19 on Through Gishath all things are possible

2 months ago

Gishath is so awesome. I love these dino decks. My primary suggestion for yours is to include more ramp spells. The sooner you play Gishath, the sooner you can cheat dinos onto the battlefield. For every turn you shave off ramping up to his 8 CMC, that's basically the equivalent of digging through 7 more cards. My Gishath deck takes this concept to the extreme, so you should check it out if you're interested.

I would highly recommend Worldly Tutor as an additional version of Congregation at Dawn. Tutoring for the premium dinos is the perfect synergy with Gishath's ability, so redundancy is just fine.

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