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Whenever a permanent becomes tapped, put a wind counter on it.
If a permanent with a wind counter on it would untap during its controller's untap step, remove all wind counters from it instead.
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Freyalise's Winds Discussion
3 months ago
Storm Cauldron, Freyalise's Winds, and Vorinclex, Voice of Hunger are exceptional pieces for hating on lands. You can use Azusa to recover from those effects much faster than your opponents. Be warned though, I tried building and playing an Azusa stax deck.... Very competitive... Very unfriendly... :p I dismantled it in the end because it wasn't my kind of fun.
6 months ago
City of Solitude - Stops countermagic,
Hum of the Radix - punishing artifact tax
Choke - lolbluedecks
Freyalise's Winds - can harm you but it's a staxy control thing that really hurts opposing decks
Dosan the Falling Leaf - like City of Solitude, but a people.
Magus of the Library (not control/stax, but should be good for card advantage?),
Willow Satyr - Green Empress Galina!
Titania's Song - artifact hate
Arboria - a weeeird, janky card that could work in your favour. You could spend turns activating loyalty abilities.
Kudzu - land destruction but it comes back to bite you. Being green, you should have enough ramp to not care though.
Drop of Honey - green Porphyry Nodes
Power Conduit could help with your age counters, but that's entirely optional.
Thank you sir, you've inspired me for some Green Shenanigans.
11 months ago
odd mechanics in green:
Bellowing Tanglewurm, Beacon Behemoth, Avoid Fate, Cream of the Crop, City of Solitude, Brooding Saurian, Heartwood Storyteller, Gurzigost, Genju of the Cedars, Gaea's Liege, Freyalise's Winds, Fertile Imagination, Eyes of the Wisent, Engulfing Slagwurm, Elven Warhounds, Elephant Grass, Hermit of the Natterknolls Flip, Hidden Gibbons (and the other hidden creatures / enchantments), Dosan the Falling Leaf, Holistic Wisdom, Hornet Sting, Hunted Troll, Ichneumon Druid, Kashi-Tribe Reaver (and the rest of kashi-tri, if only for the lockdown mechanic), Lifeforce, Lignify, Lost in the Woods, Mammoth Harness, Meandering Towershell, Midsummer Revel, Mindbender Spores, Mortal Wound, Multani, Maro-Sorcerer, Nacatl War-Pride, Nature's Wrath, Night Soil (okay, this one is odd - because the colon is after the removal of creatures, it happens faster than players can respond or trigger to - it happens at the "cost" step of activating the ability), Noxious Revival, Panglacial Wurm, Permeating Mass, Planeswalker's Favor, Protean Hydra, Quirion Druid, Recycle, Revelation, Riftsweeper, Rite of Passage, Root Maze, Rootrunner, Rust, Scarwood Bandits, Sprouting Phytohydra, Sporogenesis, Spike Tiller, Sheltering Ancient, Selvala's Charge, Sekki, Seasons' Guide, Wave of Vitriol, Wonderlust, Vernal Equinox, Unyaro Bees, Typhoon, Tropical Storm, Tornado, Tempting Wurm, Tempting Licid, Symbiotic Deployment, Superior Numbers, Stunted Growth, Wild Mammoth, Wolfcaller's Howl, Worldspine Wurm, Xantid Swarm, and Yavimaya Dryad
1 year ago
I've been running TRAIN on my playgroup with my Atraxa Stax. The culture of my meta is mostly geared towards using overpowered Goodstuff that synergizes with weird commanders...it's like a logic puzzle, y'know? Anyway, here's my general advice:
-Improve mana rocks. I would immediately pop out Fellwar Stone and Commander's Sphere. There's too many EDH-legal cards with the word "mox" or "lotus" in their names that will get you running much faster than either of those.
-Your arsenal of spot-removals may be a little excessive. Spot removal shouldn't be as important in this deck, because if your deck's working right? No one will even be able to play anything worth removing. I like your use of Beast Within, I'm considering it for my brew. There are also a bunch of Planeswalkers with spot removal effects who then synergize with Atraxa's proliferation to still have value even after the initial target is destroyed.
-Not really sure what Secure the Wastes is doing for you. It's a solid card for sure, but if you're trying to counteract your Smokestack, you'd be better served by slow/steady token producers like Bitterblossom.
Exploration > Burgeoning, especially when you're already running Crucible of Worlds. There's a buncha other cool cards that work great with Crucible--Crop Rotation, Strip Mine, Wasteland, Mox Diamond...the list goes on.
If you're running Stasis, you absolutely need to be running Teferi, Temporal Archmage, Venser, the Sojourner, Derevi, Empyrial Tactician and Sword of Feast and Famine. Atraxa w/Sword + Stasis is usually a win-con by itself. Pentad Prism, Mana Bloom and Crystalline Crawler let you produce mana without tapping them, so they do UGLY things inside a Stasis-lock...at the very least, indefinitely prolonging the Stasis-lock. Idk what you'd cut for them, I'll link you to my brew at the bottom of this.
Also, you gotta get you some hatebears. Spirit of the Labyrinth slows down that asshole Doomsday + Laboratory Maniac combo everyone's running in "competitive" these days. Aven Mindcensor is my favorite, cuz fuck everyone else's tutors and fetchlands.
You got the Birds of Paradise which is totally essential. Noble Hierarch is another non-negotiable, and I've been giving serious thought towards adding Deathrite Shaman and Bloom Tender as well...and Umezawa's Jitte, just cuz proliferate and lethal commander damage.
Finally, and this was the thing that broke my heart when I was in your shoes--Freyalise's Winds isn't that strong. It removes "all wind counters" (not one) whenever shit would untap, so proliferating wind counters does a fat lotta nothing.
Hard Lock is the Staxatraxa shell I'm currently running, but I make little changes all the time.
If you see anything I could do better, don't be shy! I'm with you on this--Atraxa seems like a card with limitless potential, let's put our heads together and solve her.
1 year ago
Halphinian Thanks for the comment and plus one! I've played Dismiss into Dream before in this deck. It pretty much turns Derevi into a cannon. I think I cut it because I was usually too busy targeting my own cards with Derevi than my opponent's cards. It's worth a replay sometime though, and fer sure a card that makes sense in this deck.
As for Freyalise's Winds I have not played with that card in this deck. I might have to give it a go. It seems like a silly and annoying card for my opponents. I like it!
1 year ago
+1 from mee
1 year ago
I hate to break the bad news, but Freyalise's Winds does not work any different with proliferate than without. It says "If a permanent with a wind counter on it would untap during its controller's untap step, remove all wind counters from it instead." Meaning two counters are no different than one. It's a shame, I was really excited for a second until I read that. It's still definitely a good way to frustrate your opponents (much like a cheaper Vorinclex) but not the permanent lockout you would get if it was just remove one counter.
1 year ago
Not sure how good Piracy is, I would think that people would just tap out in response leaving you with nothing to gain.
Freyalise's Winds looks to be amazing in this.
It looks like there isn't a coherent synergy that runs through this deck (like focusing on proliferate for example), which is fine, but that is what I would focus on in this deck, getting all the cards that add +1/+1 counters and creatures that abuse that.
Altered Ego, Forgotten Ancient, Fathom Mage, Gyre Sage, Immaculate Magistrate, Ivy Lane Denizen, Triskelion Hardened Scales, Champion of Lambholt, Sage of Hours (not saying all should be added, but certainly some)