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Each creature has "When this creature is put into a graveyard from play, choose target opponent. That player puts this creature card from that graveyard into play under his or her control at end of turn."
Endless Whispers Discussion
4 weeks ago
1 month ago
Having played more with this deck now I do feel like it would be a good addition to the deck (if not fun). Endless Whispers that is.
1 month ago
Endless Whispers can let you kill your opponents with Phage, without attacking. It also requires a sac outlet, but it is probably the funniest win I've ever seen.
1 month ago
can be tricky sometimes but it's enough to cast it only if necessary, and same goes for the
, so i try to never have them out at the same time.
Both Lich's Mastery and Stunning Reversal were in previous iterations of the deck, I decided to cut them because they weren't reliable enough. Lich's Mastery because the deck doesn't focus too much on lifegain and tends to have a small board (not taking artifacts into consideration since they are often very much needed and I wouldn't want to exile them); and Stunning Reversal because in my meta being at 1 life pretty much equals being dead anyway, so I ended up never wanting to cast it. Maybe in the future I could at least try giving the Mastery another chance, but right now I feel comfortable with the amount of ways I have to cast Phage.
Withering Boon was also in a previous version of the deck, alongside with Imp's Mischief , Thrull Wizard and other more controlly-ish cards. I ended up cutting them in favor of board wipes or combo pieces; they weren't reliable enough as actual disruption and I never used them to put Phage in the yard and pull her back later. The only way I have to get her back to my hand from the graveyard is with Phyrexian Reclamation , so if I were to use Withering Boon to put her there I would basically find myself spending 11 mana, 5 life and 2 cards just to "draw" her, and then I would still have to cast her for 7 more mana. It just wasn't worth it.
Thanks for the suggestions!
2 months ago
hey Strangelove, thanks for the suggestions a ton
yeah i generally go enchant heavy, but especially in this deck because they're just generally harder to shoot down than creatures
Endless Whispers and Xantcha, Sleeper Agent are both amazing. i don't know how i missed over them. definitely both going in when i get a chance to tweak the deck a bit. probably Kynaios and Tiro of Meletis if i can find a little room, too.
i like Wild Research in a zedruu shell where i can kinda gimp it a little more with big mana and graveyard shenanigans
i should probably add in Pir's Whim , not sure why i wasn't already running it. i have a copy and generally use it in my sillier decks.
sadly Cruel Entertainment isn't on mtgo
2 months ago
yooo this is just the kind of chaos-hug I want to see!
I've been sitting on a Karona, but I didn't know what to do with her... like, have you ever put her down and the table decides to name "Avatar" and 3-shot someone(you)?
Is the enchantress theme doing what you want? I'm thinking about more creature stuff. Random things like Boldwyr Heavyweights and the Hunted series seem fun.
Oh Wild Research .
If you have lands worth playing, Pir's Whim feels good.
Missing Akroma, Angel of Wrath for the lore flex.
3 months ago
I am SO in love with this. Hardcore EDH players have a tendancy to make a "coin-flip chaos" deck though & just make a million flips until it is no longer chaos... So watch out for that. Some Max chaos cards: Vaevictis Asmadi, the Dire , Etali, Primal Storm , Oath of Druids , Rampage of the Clans , Infernal Genesis , Endless Whispers (not a may ability) Uba Mask , Captive Audience , Thantis, the Warweaver , Overabundance , Hypergenesis , Painful Quandary , Ruric Thar, the Unbowed , The Great Aurora , Bolas's Citadel - if you don't try the topdeck nonsense... Several of these will achieve chaotic games in diverse ways: punish people for waiting to play, force them to play, force parity, or make random splash plays for your advantage. Of course, forcing unusual parity doesn't lend a hand to you winning, but that is not the point.
4 months ago
Cards like Endless Whispers or Grave Betrayal allow for putting a card you don't own onto the battlefield directly under your control, and those creatures would be the ones exiled if their controller leaves a multiplayer game with two or more players still in it.
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