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Creature — Dwarf Warrior
Revolt — When Deadeye Navigator enters the battlefield, if a permanent you controlled left the battlefield this turn, destroy target tapped creature an opponent controls.
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Deadeye Harpooner Discussion
JuQ on Brago Flicker
1 day ago
Unquestioned Authority instead of Holy Mantle (when brago flickers it, you draw a card)
Stonecloaker or Angel of Finality instead of Disposal Mummy
Chart a Course instead of Vision Skeins or basically any other decent draw spell.
Counterspell instead of Dream Fracture
Return to Dust instead of Disenchant
Pull from Tomorrow instead of Inspiration
Concentrate instead of Weave Fate
Scrivener instead of Call to Mind (you have few sorceries anyway)
Ghostway and Eerie Interlude instead of Acrobatic Maneuver and Cloudshift flickering until end of turn will make you avoid board wipes without having to counter it.
Whispersilk Cloak instead of Unbender Tine what's so important to untap anyway?
Cathars' Crusade and/or Call for Unity as finishers.
Duplicant, Deadeye Harpooner, Fiend Hunter (if this one leaves the battlefield when his first ability is still on the stack, he won't give anything back) and /or Phyrexian Ingester as removal.
Venser, the Sojourner because it's just awesome with Brago: You -1 to make all your stuff inblockable, then Brago flickers it and you +2 to flicker something. Rinse and repeat.
5 months ago
Deadeye harpooner instaed of Fairgrounds Warden? You can blink the Deadeye Harpooner
5 months ago
This might just work better as a Red/white deck. The reason that I say this is Call for Unity. If you replaced Noxious Gearhulk and Oketra the True with Angel of Condemnation, once per turn you could blink something like Deadeye Harpooner to kill an opponents creature and give all of your own creatures +1/+1, and also trigger Hidden Stockpile. Mega-buffs on your own creatures could provide an extra win-con. You could replace Fatal Push with something like Compulsory Rest. I would then tend to go with 2 Anointer Priest and 2 Deadeye Harpooner, or even lose a couple of lands ( or a Fatal Push/Ghirapur Orrery) for extra creatures.
7 months ago
Thanks for the advice. I'll definitely work on getting copies of the cards you mentioned. I'm only running the Deadeye Harpooner because I don't have more Solemn Recruit yet, but I will replace them when I get more.
I agree that the planeswalkers are a bit expensive. Like I mentioned, I built this with what I've got on hand. How many copies of Gideon would you recommend?
7 months ago
Deadeye Harpooner seems too situational to be on the main board especially with temur energy and New Perspectives combo being popular now. I would definitely go up 1 copy on Rishkar, Peema Renegade and then you need removal. Cast Out is probably your best option in standard right now. Also, your planeswalkers are a bit expensive to be competitive. Gideon, Ally of Zendikar generates value and can be emblemed to trigger revolt which makes him versatile.
I notice you have Armorcraft Judge, this card syncs well with midrange Walking Ballista which may be a card you should consider.Finally, I don't think I need to say that the mana base should be upgraded if you get the chance, Tranquil Expanse is bad in a deck with a low creature curve, Fortified Village is your best option in the current standard.
9 months ago
IMO I would cut the ballistas and emrakul for 2 copies of Rhonas the Indomitable and 1 Eternal Witness and 1 flex spot. The Rhonas is searchable with chord of calling or coco and will give you also infinite damage. The eternal witness allows you to get back any piece of the puzzle that has been killed earlier in the game, and it can also be chorded for at instant speed to return chord and block a creature for a turn. The flex spot I would recommend a removal creature such as Deadeye Harpooner or Fiend Hunter. The llanowar elves should be Birds of Paradise. Since you have a lot of mana abilities in your deck replacing 1 land with Gavony Township might be another finisher. Spawning pit is a cool idea, but it misses the main reason you play Viscera Seer you can chord her up or hit her off coco. Also, finks and rallier don't work too well together so I would change them to a 2/4 or 2/3 split, either way, which will give you more flex spots. Your Sideboard needs a lot of work. You are playing chord and coco you should have silver bullet creatures you can search up. ( Leonin Relic-Warder, Gaddock Teeg, Reclamation Sage, Aven Mindcensor, and Qasali Pridemage) TBH I have never played an abzan toolbox deck but I have played against them enough to see this matter. Last note, I did a quick search for deck options and I found this article that you may want to read. P.S. sorry for my grammar.
10 months ago
I made a cheap deck list based on for you, based on a revolt concept. Leave your tought.
11 months ago
Mechanically, Shrapnel Blast works very well with Revolt. However, the designers might have felt that it did not work thematically with Revolt. Outside of Deadeye Harpooner, Fatal Push, and Vengeful Rebel, all the Revolt cards 'create' something (life, +1/+1 counters, card advantage, etc.), so it may have struck them as incongruous to put Blast in the set.