, , Sacrifice Crystal Chimes: Return all enchantment cards from your graveyard to your hand.
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|Commander 2015 (C15)||Uncommon|
|Urza's Saga (USG)||Uncommon|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Crystal Chimes occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%
Crystal Chimes Discussion
22 hours ago
Great deck! Love the name. You might like these cards: Evolutionary Leap, Skullclamp, Broken Fall, Molting Skin, Whip Silk, Verdant Embrace, Second Harvest, Perilous Forays, Crystal Chimes, Seed the Land, Season of Growth, Path of Discovery, Cryptolith Rite, Song of Freyalise
3 weeks ago
+1 from me! I love the low to the ground enchantment strategy and Tuvasa does it so well. Not that you should change any of this because I think its synergies are very well sorted here, but head on over to my Derevi enchantress decklist(https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/11-11-19-purple-haze/); you’ll find some cool synergies and even what your deck needs most: recursion. Enchantress is the best recursion archetype aside from Aristocrats or a Meren of Clan Nel Toth type deck. Cards like Argivian Find, Crystal Chimes, and even Femeref Enchantress which allows you to benefit off other hating your enchantments, it also blankets the whole board so you will use that card. You’re also missing out on Enchantress control staples such as Seal of Cleansing + Seal of Primordium which are great for taking out important cards that opponents control. I find them better than Hum of the Radix and the likes.
Again, great decklist, I love seeing people play Enchantress more: it’s a neglected archetype in EDH IMO.
4 weeks ago
Shielded by Faith makes infinite tokens when your general is out! You might like these too: Starfield of Nyx, Sun Titan, Crystal Chimes, Flickerform (super fun with dudes like Heliod's Pilgrim), Skybind, Sram, Senior Edificer, Kor Spiritdancer, Eidolon of Blossoms, Ajani's Chosen, Archon of Sun's Grace, Sigil of the Empty Throne, Bramble Elemental, Flickering Ward, Broken Fall, Molting Skin
1 month ago
This list is a decent start but let's look at mono red's weaknesses, card draw and enchantment removal. You have LOTS of cuts to be made, lmk if you want ideas on what to cut or more things to add.
Arch of Orazca - Card draw that only takes a land slot
Commune with Lava - Can be used on end of opponents turns, usually good for 3-5 depending on how much mana you have and your curve.
Endless Atlas - Reuseable, cheap to play, cheap to actives
Hedron Archive - Card draw and ramp
Humble Defector - Draw with politics
Ignite the Future - Very good "draw" as it can be flashbacked
Light Up the Stage - Similar to above
Mind's Eye - Re-useable, fun with wheels
Skullclamp - Cheap easy card draw, fun with myrs
Solemn Simulacrum - Card draw and ramp
Tome of Legends - Your most powerful draw engine in the entire deck
Lastly, with all your enchantments you might want to consider Crystal Chimes
2 months ago
cyber_shorty +1 for the name alone, LOL.
Arch of Orazca - Re-useable late game card draw
Commune with Lava - See above
Endless Atlas - Repeatable card draw, comes down early.
Hedron Archive - Ramp and card draw in one
Humble Defector - Card draw and politics
Ignite the Future - Card draw that can be re-used
Light Up the Stage - Similar to above
Mind's Eye - Repeatable card draw
Solemn Simulacrum - Ramp and card draw in one
Tome of Legends - Repeatable card draw
Magus of the Wheel - Wheel
Outpost Siege - Draw
Stranglehold - Stops tutors, fetches, land fetching, etc... very powerful
Crystal Chimes - With so many enchantments, this can't hurt.
Sunbird's Invocation - If they let this resolve and stick, its hard not to win if you build your deck correctly
Chandra, Torch of Defiance - Removal, card draw, ramp and wincon all in 1
Better equipment honestly. Like sword of feast and famine, fire and ice, etc...
I know the deck is low to the ground but understand that card draw is what you desperately need in red. Because as of now, you lack any real means of car draw. I understand the aggro part of Mono red, but this deck isn't nearly fast enough for you to get a quick win and therefore need to consider other options that help maintain gas into the mid-late game. For a voltron deck, you need to protect your commander. Equipments and auras can help, but they can (and wise opponents will always) hold up removal in response to auras or equipment. Price of Glory will make them think twice. Other potential options can be Bolt Bend and Shunt . They redirect removal and counter counterspells. Very important for a voltron deck.