Divinity of Pride

Legality

Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Commander 2013 Rare
Modern Masters Rare
Eventide Rare

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Divinity of Pride

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Flying, lifelink

Divinity of Pride gets +4/+4 as long as you have 25 or more life.

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Divinity of Pride Discussion

RingoDingo92 on Cunning Queen

1 week ago

Interesting deck concept, no doubt. It wasn't easy for me to discern what's what in the deck without studying your various lists for several minutes, so you might want to consider revising that to help people help you, know what I mean? Anyway, at first glance I'd remove Aku Djinn, Wear / Tear, Rite of the Raging Storm, Luminarch Ascension, Divinity of Pride and Head Games. Some are just the casualties of cuts, some like Aku Djinn I don't understand how it benefits you. Anyway, I might look into Queen Marchesa myself too now, so thanks for the inspiration.

MafiozyA on Debtors of Vizkopa

1 week ago

Thanx for your comment, CaptSillva.

I'm well aware of Darkest Hour power level in Teysa, but I am trying to keep this deck from going infinite (due to my playgroup, and the ammount of my other combo-EDH decks) and leave it more creature-based (occasionally Ashnod's Altar + Nim Deathmantle do combo off, but it's not the main win con.)

Divinity of Pride, Blood Baron of Vizkopa, Serra Ascendant - those are nice fatties, probably will replace Abyssal Persecutor with one of those.

Ranger of Eos is great suggestion. I wonder how i missed that one. Will try to get him ASAP.

Champion of the Parish and Thalia's Lieutenant - they are nice human tribal cards, but I do not think they are what I am looking for. Champion of the Parish is too slow for a fatty, and Thalia's Lieutenant has some dissynergy with Skullclamp

Oloro_Magic on KEGAN

2 weeks ago

NateLostAgain is correct, a 60 card deck is used as that is the minimum number allowed in tournament play and playing at the minimum allows for better synergy which is exactly what this deck lacks. Ideally you want to narrow a deck down to a small pool of cards you want to play, or sometimes a card you want to play, and build from there.

For example with this deck being B/W lifegain I would start with Soul Warden and Soul's Attendant as they provide continuos lifegain. From there I would ask myself what creatures I want to be playing alongside those cards, the answer for me is cheap stuff like Squadron Hawk or Thraben Inspector, and then Flickerwisp to blink my creatures to gain more life. From there you need to think about protection of those pieces, Eerie Interlude comes to mind, Brave the Elements and cards of the like.

Then I add removal and with black disruption, cards that get rid of my opponents stuff, I go Path to Exile and Fatal Push but budget I go Cast Out and Victim of Night. Don't worry too much about disruption when just starting out.

Finally I think to myself "how do I win" I have all these pieces to gain life but what is the payoff. Well I look at Serra Ascendant, Felidar Sovereign, Aetherflux Reservoir, and Divinity of Pride and from there I have a deck skeleton, then its just a matter of refinement.

If you ever need any help link me and I would be happy to help out.

Chopwood on Lifegain

2 weeks ago

Looks like a fun deck! Do you mainly play casual with your friends? This deck I quite slow for modern, but if it's kitchen magic then it's probably no problem. Still I would replace most (or all) of your high mana spells, since there are many more efficient wincons and life gain options. I understand if you don't want to remove Felidar Sovereign, since it's the basis of the deck, but I have some suggestions for the others. But you should remember that it can be killed very easily by an opponent with some basic removal in the deck. Aside from the guardian, life gain in itself is not a wincon, therefore you should add creatures that pose a big threat on their own!

In general, if you have a card with CMC (converted mana cost) 5 or more it really need to be powerful to be worth it. Also, with this curve you REALLY need more lands, at the very least 26 or 27. If you cut some of the more costly spells you can reduce this to 24 lands. But I would strongly recommend you to cut most of the spells with CMC more than 4 and add a lot of CMC 1 and 2 spells. Also, Eternal Dragon and Karmic Guide are not modern legal, if you only play with your friends then it's not that important, but it's good to know.

Some card you might find useful:

----Lands----

Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx - Can really ramp this deck, making it easier to cast the high mana spells. No more than 2x.

Kabira Crossroads - Comes in tapped but gives you 2 life. 2-4x.

Seraph Sanctuary - Gain life when an angel enters the battlefield. 2-4x depending of how much colored mana you need and on how many angels you have.

Emeria, The Sky Ruin - If you're going to have a lot of plains in play this can be an interesting card, it's not too good though. Perhaps it's better to have 2x Windbrisk Heights.

More lands in general!

----Expensive ($) Creatures----

Gisela, the Broken Blade - Nice card, even without the meld mechanic. Only down side is that is dies to bolt. Have max 3x. It's a bit expensive.

Baneslayer Angel - One of the best angels, just as Gisela it's a bit expensive, but this one can really dominate the battlefield! 3-4x.

Archangel of Thune - The best one can have angel in a life gain deck. However, it's REALLY expensive.

Kitchen Finks - Again, expensive, but solid life gain and a wonderful creature at that!

Serra Ascendant - One more an expensive card, but this is really what you need in a deck like this.

Rhox Faithmender - Not sure it's interesting, but can boost you at the end. No more than 2x.

----Budget Creatures----

Martyr of Sands - Can give you a lot of life, only remember that lands are colorless cards (that includes Plains!).

Soldier of the Pantheon - A nice little critter, if you play against a multicolored deck this guy can give you a lot of life.

Knight of Meadowgrain - A nice 2 drop.

Knight of the White Orchid - No life gain here, but it can save you when you're mana screwed!

Ajani's Pridemate - Doesn't give you life, but it grows when you get life. It's good. 2-4x.

Ranger of Eos - Let's you find 2 Martyr of Sands, 2-4x.

Soul Warden - Good whn you have a lot of cheap creatures.

Soul's Attendant - Same as above.

Divinity of Pride - It's really big turn 5 if you've played your cards right, 2-3x.

----Non-creature spells----

Sunspring Expedition - Very nice life gain, a solid 1-drop that gives you 8 life at instant speed three turns later. 4x.

Rest for the Weary - Nice life gain spell, 4x.

Path to Exile - When it comes to removal this spell is one of the very best in magic. It's a bit expensive to buy, but really "Worth it". 3-4x, no more 4 CMC removal!. Budget alternatives are Condemn and Journey to Nowhere. Oblivion Ring is nice since it can target artifacts, enchantments and planeswalkers as well as creatures!

Congregate - Good if you add more low CMC creatures in the deck. Also good against decks with a lots of creatures.

Celestial Mantle - Boosts a creature (Makes a 1 drop a wincon) and doubles you life! 1-2x.

Elixir of Immortality- Can be something for the deck. 0-4x, depending on what you have to cut in it's stead. It's nice recurring life gain.

Chalice of Life - Interesting card, can really hit you opponent hard if you manage to flip it early.

Invincible Hymn - Use in combination with Elixir of Immortality, and gain 50+ life! Max 1x!

Ajani Goldmane - Planeswalker who's a cat as well as gives you life, can it get any better?

Day of Judgment - Replace all your sweepers with this, it's the best sweeper you can get without paying a lot of money. However, if you really manage to lower your mana curve Dusk / Dawn, which you already have might actually be better. No more than 2-4x in the deck of the one you choose, depending on how many creatures of what CMC you have.

Defy Death - If you want to return a creature from your graveyard you might want to use this spell.


Obviously it's impossible for you to include all the cards I've suggested, but I hope it gives you some alternatives you can think about. Look at the cards, think it over and make a budget, never spend more than necessary or more than you can afford (the last part I still need to learn!). I would really recommend you to lower the mana curve, aim for average CMC 3 for max 3.5, but the lower you manage to lower it the better! Modern is a fast format.

Yes, I am procrastinating. If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

Aiding on Hapatra - Comin' at Ya!

3 weeks ago

Because your commander is G/B, as far as I know, Divinity of Pride Cannot be used because its color identity is W/B (because of the alternative casting cost). In its place, you could add a persist creature like Woodfall Primus to get a snek when it dies and still destroy a couple permanents.

NV_1980 on The Danish Bank

3 weeks ago

Nice deck, though I think I would find some way to add at least one Divinity of Pride; just because I love it so much :)

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