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- Can I cast a Spell in response to someone Playing Dragonlord Dromoka?
Legendary Creature — Elder Dragon
Dragonlord Dromoka can't be countered.
Your opponents can't cast spells during your turn.
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Dragonlord Dromoka Discussion
2 days ago
You need to play cards that punish control players. Ruric Thar is a good example. Also cards that protect you against counter spells like Vexing Shusher . Cards that increase cost of spells like Sphere of Resistance , Defense Grid , Thalia, Guardian of Thraben , Thorn of Amethyst .
As you can see I know alot of anti control cards. That's because my playgroup is ridden with filthy control players. We're good friends but they just love to play some sort of control.
3 weeks ago
As I am told to do by my overlords, Captain Sisay is the commander you want for all of your EDH decks. It can find Gaddock Teeg, Trostani Discordant, Karametra, God of Harvests, Chorus of the Conclave, Paradox Engine (for an instant win with Mox Amber, Mox Opal, Seton, Krosan Protector, and then line up any win of three drops like Bow of Nylea, Bontu's Monument, and Mikaeus, the Lunarch) and Dragonlord Dromoka, as well as many other good utility cards like Avacyn, Angel of Hope, other tutors like Yisan, the Wanderer Bard, Inventors' Fair, etc. and removal like Urza's Ruinous Blast, Mangara of Corondor, and many other great inclusions.
3 weeks ago
3 weeks ago
I have three EDH decks that contain the colors white and green (to be specific, one is red/white/green, another is blue/white/green, and the last is black/white/green), and all of them contain Chorus of the Conclave, which, when I built those decks, seemed to be a great card, but I now realize that it simply is far too expensive to ever be practical, because I shall already have summoned many creatures by the time that I can afford to cast it and each deck has plenty of other ways to make creatures more powerful.
Therefore, I shall be replacing my copies of that card with another card, and I would like to have it be another green/white creature, but less expensive, obviously. Some of the other creatures that I am considering are Dragonlord Dromoka (because her final ability is very powerful), Karametra, God of Harvests (because my green/white decks hav plenty of creatures and mana acceleration is always welcome in any deck), and Trostani Discordant (because she gives bonuses to all other creatures and also foils strategies that take control of other players' creatures; i.e., she would be great against my friend's Memnarch EDH deck).
What does everyone else say about this? What card (either any of these three or another one entirely) should I put in place of Chorus of the Conclave? I eagerly await your feedback.
1 month ago
Cloudstone Curio feels like a good inclusion, as if it is out with a mana dork and enough lands you have infinite mana.
Perhaps you could add Dragonlord Dromoka if you need more protection, but other than that I have nothing; I don't know all that much about cEDH.
1 month ago
If you have Resplendent Angels in your deck, consider Dragonlord Dromoka as an alternative to Thrun, the Last Troll. He's a bit easier to kill, but still immune to counters, and that lifelink is helpful for triggering the angels, and stopping your opponent from casting spells during your turn is very nice against control decks. Also, I would cut Nylea, God of the Hunt, she's nice when she works, but your Devotion to green will often be lower than 5, and her passive abilities aren't all that.
Achieving true competitiveness with your own deck is a very hard task, but it's very rewarding to beat a tier 1 deck with something you made yourself :)
When I look at your deck, I see a lot of hood cards, but not a very clear picture of what you want to achieve. I get mixing cheap elves and expensive angels, but it divides your focus and, I think, leaves you weaker than going all in on either.
For a completely different approach, maybe check out Devotion to White Angels. It's a control deck and mostly uses big angels as finishers, but it's pretty cool and the most competitive Modern Angels deck I've seen on this site.
1 month ago
As for the urza tron lands, they are online fairly consistently but the three devotion to white required for Akroma, Angel of Wrath, Avacyn, Angel of Hope and Iona, Shield of Emeria is proving to be more difficult. I plan on adding a few Expedition Map to help with fetching plains and can also help with the tron if necessary. Thank you again for the sideboard ideas, time to hit up my LGS haha
1 month ago
I'm curious how the Tron lands are working out for you with paying for all of your expensive cards. I'm trying to do a similar thing with my Modern angels deck (Angels of Paradise), and am using Birds of Paradise and Knight of the White Orchid to try and ramp into the mana I need, and I stop my curve well before you do yours.
Regarding sideboard help, try taking a look at mine:
- 3x Damping Sphere (against Storm and Tron. You may consider Rule of Law instead)
- 1x Dragonlord Dromoka (Against control, and the lifelink is nice for triggering Resplendent Angel)
- 1x Gideon, Ally of Zendikar (Against control, he does a lot of things and can be hard to get rid of)
- 3x Leyline of Sanctity (A must against Storm, Burn and anything else that goes for your face)
- 3x Rest in Peace (A must against graveyard decks)
- 1x Settle the Wreckage (Great against other creature decks, and since it exiles is great against Dredge)
- 2x Stony Silence (Great against artifacts)
- 1x Urza's Ruinous Blast (Also great against other creatures and Dredge)