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Destroy all creatures. You gain one life for each creature destroyed this way.
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1 day ago
They blowout a Seal Away on T2 on the draw, Fumigate on T5 tapping out for it (then likely dying afterwards), stops Teferi, Hero of Dominaria tucking a creature away or Gideon of the Trials preventing damage, and all for G or 1G at most.
Roll on rotation.
3 days ago
As someone who loves mono white builds. Death & Taxes if you will. I like where you are going with this. I've tried to find a home for Famished Paladin for awhile now. I'm not really sold on Ajani's Welcome though, or Fountain of Renewal. At least you can cycle fountain. They just seem underpowered, and dead draws in the late game. Same goes for Oketra's Monument. I think monument pulls you in a different direction as far as strategy goes. If you keep monument may I suggest playing something like Anointer Priest over Ajani's Welcome. It fits the life gain strategy and the go wide token strategy for Monument. I'm also not a fan of Fumigate in a creature heavy deck. I would pack in more creatures to make Monument even better instead of the wrath, or more lands. I think you're a little land light, but not by much. Maybe through in some Shefet Dunes for a good go wide alpha strike. Sorry if I seemed over critical, but these are probably some of the changes I would make if I played the deck. Other than that, I think this is pretty solid plus 1.
3 days ago
+1! Seems pretty fun and tuned fairly similarly to my deck, Cocaine in terms of creature numbers and removal spells.
I like Fumigate a lot as wrath. If you're going to lose all your creatures because an opponent has the upper hand, gaining a bunch of life at the same time seems worth the 5CMC.
4 days ago
4 days ago
Why is there no Anguished Unmaking in the deck?
I think it should simply replace Unmake as it is simply way more versatile.
Also, whenever I see someone playing things like Darksteel Ingot I wonder why they do not play Commander's Sphere alongside/instead of it.
Another thing I am missing in your deck is a reasonable amount of boardwipes. If you want to keep it budget, I would recommend cards like Day of Judgment, Hour of Revelation or the new Cleansing Nova. Another cheap boardwipe that synergizes well with your deck is Fumigate.
Less budget but also more potentially more powerful boardwipes are:
Austere Command, Wrath of God, Damnation and Toxic Deluge.
The last thing I want to say is that it hurts me to see people playing Guildgates and Gainlands. Even though the Scoured Barrens might have enough synergy with the other Lifegain cards in your deck to support running it, it is just inexcusable to me to run Guildgates and other Duals that just come into play tapped.
It could really power up your deck to replace them and maybe a few Basic Lands with cards like:
Caves of Koilos, Concealed Courtyard, Shambling Vent, or maybe even cards like Godless Shrine and Fetid Heath.
5 days ago
Hey, Patient Rebuilding has been suggested already, but I'm going to suggest it again. It's the kind of payoff you want when you're milling your opponent's library because of it's interaction with your best milling card Psychic Corrosion. These two together are an engine and a two card engine is pretty good for a combo deck.
You want more draw with Corrosion as well as ways to find Corrosion and Rebuilding. Consider Glimmer of Genius and Anticipate? Glimmer acts as both find and draw. It's also a nice follow up play after a turn three Corrosion. Anticipate can be a turn two play to help you find Corrosion. Negate will be your best sideboard card option might even want one or two main deck to protect Corrosion.
The mill strategy requires some set-up I think early game plays that can interact and slow down your opponent can be beneficial. Consider Essence Scatter and Blink of an Eye? Memory is powerful with Corrosion and Commit is a fine four drop spell that helps to buy more time to mill. It also puts something important from your opponent on top of their library which you can mill away.
Many creatures from your opponent can be really hard to overcome since you realistically need quite a bit of time/turns to mill your opponent out. Consider Azorius adding white for Settle the Wreckage and Fumigate? These cards buy you time by stopping a lot of creatures to set-up the mill strategy.
1 week ago
Thank you for your suggestions. Mishra's Self-Replicator is way to bad for a 5-drop. If I go Self-Replicator, do nothing and my opponent plays a Glorybringer that just eats the Replicator, you realise that it is not a very good play. If Mishra's Self-Replicator did cost 2 mana it would be on the same "manacost" as History of Benalia for two 2/2 creatures, which says a lot. And the Knight token have vigilance ... Same goes for Helm of the Host. It really shines in sealed where removal is scarce and you can snowball quickly. In a constructed environment there a so many ways to deal with creatures. We have Fumigate, Settle the Wreckage , Cast Down, Seal Away, ... And every deck either runs a ton of removal or is so fast that Helm of the Host is to slow to do anything. Metamorphic Alteration seems interesting to be honest, but you get 2-for-1ed very easy with those cards and in most situations plain and simple removal spells might be better.
1 week ago
@mindness, budget is a bit of an issue for me (I should have noted that in the description) so I won't be playing Teferi, Hero of Dominaria or Search for azcanta . While those cards are pretty good, they will raise the price of the deck too much. The main reason I am playing white is the board wipes (Fumigate and Settle the Wreckage ).