Enchantment — Aura
Enchanted creature can block any number of creatures.
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
3 months ago
Looks very solid! You might like these:
- Dolmen Gate - Protects your 1/1s that come in swingin.
- Reconnaissance - same as dolmen gate, but also gives "vigilance" to all your dudes.
- Skullclamp - probably the stronkest draw engine you could have here.
- Commander's Insignia - heard you like anthems.
- King of the Pride
- Godsend - makes your general not only a fearsome attacker but a fearsome blocker as well
- Angel's Trumpet - encourages everyone to attack, which speeds up your game plan if they attack each other or allows you to generate tokens via Brimaz if they attack you. Also works very nicely with Darien
- Entangler - turns Brimaz into a super-blocker. He'll make a token for each dude blocked!
- Valor Made Real
- Militia's Pride
- Celestial Crusader
- Goldnight Commander
- Valor in Akros
6 months ago
It's a control deck. Use few creature at the time, no more that you can protect from wrath with Eight-and-a-Half-Tails and other protection card. Use Wraths and removal frequently to keep the board clean. Use card like Entangler or Valor Made Real on Beloved Chaplain , Wall of Nets or Eight-and-a-Half-Tails so you can use one creature as universal blockers. Some other are hard to block like Archon of Justice or False Prophet because of the trade of. For the victory you can slowly "vultron" on Eight-and-a-Half-Tails or Beloved Chaplain
7 months ago
Cool take on the Uril build. Take a peek at my uril deck for some ideas. It's quite a bit more expensive than yours but you should be able to find some good cheap cards that you don't have. Here is just a few suggestions: Entangler , Faith Unbroken , Runes of the Deus , Sigil of the Empty Throne , and Sphere of Safety . They are a bit higher CMC than most of your deck but they are game changers
10 months ago
First and foremost Sram, Senior Edificer is a must. Lightning Greaves is a very powerful equipment that gives solid protection for a low cost. Stoneforge Mystic is obviously powerful, especially combined with Batterskull . Voltron is a really fun archetype but I honestly think you may be running too many creatures. I'd suggest cutting Palace Guard as well as Entangler as it is just too slow and you would rather have something that gives a more substantial buff at that point.
11 months ago
11 months ago
I piloted this (with a few changes in the instant department in a 4-man pod. I was on the sure path to victory until all my creatures got combo-wombo converted into oxes, or cows.... Anyway, The trick I had was Odric + First Strike + Gorgon Flail (deathtouch) + Vigilance. I had 5 creatures out ..and i'll admit, it took me a bit because I've never played a full on mono white deck before now really messed strongly with key words like this. First Strike + Deathtouch + Vigiliance = strong field presence. I was holding back a sliver army with just that.
Something I did add in here though (and you might like it) was Entangler . Indestructible + entangler equals infinite blocker. fun times. Awesome concept though
1 year ago
Some cards I find very valuable in my Uril build are:
Cartouche of Strength, which doubles as removal and a solid +3/+3 trample buff to Uril. If there's an annoying creature that's less than 8 toughness, it's dying, lol.
Another card to not sleep on is Tilonalli's Crown, which gives Uril a whopping +5/+2 and trample for only 1R. Similarly, Madcap Skills gives Uril +5/+2 and menace which is pretty reasonable evasion (turning him into a 10 powered beast is pretty huge).
Shielded by Faith is one of my favorites. You can slap it down on something silly before you get to 5 mana in order to cast Uril (I've put it on Birds of Paradise on turn 2, then t3'd Uril and moved the aura to him). It's not as powerful as Shield of the Oversoul but it is still pretty powerful and flexible due to the fact that once Uril becomes hexproof and indestructible, the number of cards that can answer him drops dramatically (requiring things like Cyclonic Rift, Merciless Eviction, Hallowed Burial, etc., instead of just any old Wrath of God clone).
Chandra's Ignition is a card I've found fairly amusing and it may be very powerful in your meta. Dealing 12 to all opponents and their creatures is a fantastic way to open up the field to swing in and attack.
Impending Disaster- this card seems janky, and it probably is a little bit, but it's a great card to windmill slam the turn after casting Uril. This + an aura typically makes opponents scramble, and it either does one of two things: It forces them to spend removal on it, instead of the aura on Uril (or Uril himself by casting a Wrath or something), or it causes all lands to go to the graveyard. Either way, you wind up with a big creature on board and happiness in your heart.
I recommend removing:
Spectra Ward. I originally ran this too, but it causes a problem: It has to be the last aura you put on Uril, or else you can't target him to put any more auras on him. It's more than a little problematic considering Uril already has reasonable protection with his inherent hexproof, and there's plenty more auras that give evasion for a lower cost.
Serra's Embrace is pretty much worse than Tilonalli's Crown.
Entangler- You want Uril to be attacking, not held back to be a blocker. Unless you give him vigilance, this card isn't worth it as it doesn't help his offensive capabilities as much as other cards (and all you really want to do is smack someone in the face with him until they exit the game lol).
Avacyn, Angel of Hope- She just costs way too much. By the time you can cast her, you should have a couple of dead opponents already.
Faith's Reward- you already run Replenish and Retether. This one is a little bit too much. If you're afraid of board wipes, Boros Charm is substantially more flexible, can be used through graveyard hate, etc., and is much cheaper to boot.
Mayael's Aria- if you have a 20 power creature, you should have won the game already anyway. I find this card incredibly redundant and its first two abilities aren't worth spending the 3 mana for.
Anyway, hope this helps. Uril's one of my favorites.
Here's my list, for reference: Uril: You Ain't Seen Nothing Yeti
1 year ago
I agree with the idea behind Pariah. I play it in my version and it can be back breaking for some opponents. The Shield also goes in of course as a back up plan.