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Gather the Townsfolk
Put two 1/1 white Human creature tokens onto the battlefield.
Fateful hour — If you have 5 or less life, put five of those tokens onto the battlefield instead.
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Gather the Townsfolk Discussion
2 weeks ago
Ryotenchi B/W token lists have less walkers more just straight up token cards like Spectral Procession, Raise the Alarm, Gather the Townsfolk... I had figured since there are more walkers, with a lot less of the same cliche cards(listed above), and there being a few cards not typically run with the stereotypical B/W tokens deck that it could be considered different... lol my friend swears up and down it isn't B/W tokens hence why i called it "super friends token control" but I tended to think it was...regardless Idk what it is im torn myself on that front lol.
Besides that...thanks for the input- it really helps.
1 month ago
There are a number of cheap, effective red kards Keldon Marauders has fallen out of favour, but is a 2 mana lava axe when it works. Nivmagus Elemental is cheap and provides limited counterspell protection and the oppertunity for combo finishes with Temur Battle Rage. Sin Prodder is dirt cheap and very effective, even without cheap delve.
With super budget the lack of lightning bolt hurts red, and lack of boros charm red white so janky combo is usually the most functional option. Board flooding with Mogg War Marshal, Foundry Street Denizen Dragon Fodder Battle Hymn Dragonrage Akroan Crusader Empty the Warrens, Haze of Rage and so forth to spam out a win. Guttersnipe used to be good but has fallen to more efficient options, leaving him pretty cheap.
Human tribal with Keldon Marauders/Thatcher Revolt/Kessig Malcontents is functional, especially with Gather the Townsfolk and Dearly Departed/Cathartic Reunion. For the non-$10 version there are some very competitive lists out there, but there are a lot of cards in modern that aren't valuable because they just aren't in short supply but are still super good.
1 month ago
As someone who built a competitive humans deck in the past, I'd say this has a good start, but needs some more oomph to get there, so +1.
Accorder Paladin is probably the most aggressive human you could play for 2 mana, as being a 3/1 alone is already strong, but the fact that this card can give battlecry can make it insane with something like Silverblade Paladin.
Increasing Devotion & Ranger of Eos, while they may be solid cards in other white decks, you really want to be aggressive in these decks, so I'd cut them. I'd reccomend upping your Honor of the Pure and Gather the Townsfolk, as they will make this deck far stronger and more consistent.
You should be playing 19-20 lands, espeically if your curve stops at 3 cmc, I'd recommend moving Kytheon to the main, as well as getting path to 4 count.
If you want to look at something to upgrade this and/or look for help, here's a list I made for a friend a while back.
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1 month ago
To help you out the best I would say you need to focus the deck more. In a nutshell, as I see it, you have 3 ways to play in MTG; You make your opponent answer what your doing, You answer your opponent and you answer you opponent till your ready to play. "You make your opponent answer what your doing" aggro and burn are your prime exp. here (some times combo falls in here too like strom). Both of those deck archetypes don't care what your doing, they are all in game plan and for the most part don't run a plan B. "You answer your opponent" is every ones love to hate decks control decks and fog like decks (combo offent falls in here). Going in shields up, answer every threat their opponent plays till they play their Door to Nothingness(i win card). Midrange is "You answer your opponent and you answer you opponent till your ready to play", the typical game plan is to pave the way for you bigger creature by either Thoughtseize way their answers your your threats and/or ramping to get them out.
What I want to get at with out sounding pretentious ass, stream line the focus. From the sound of things you like the synergy of Champion of the Parish and Thalia's Lieutenant. Running with that I would drop Brion Stoutarm (4 drop with low board Impact and we were over how fling is just more win), Gather the Townsfolk(W/out a champ or Lieutenant on the field it feels like a dead card) and 2 Thatcher Revolt (same as towns folk but, does have chance at crazy output with the nut draw). Add in 3 Lightning Berserker (casting it with dash) and 3 Norin the Wary also, add 4 Lightning Helix. Kari Zev's Expertise has to go (cute combo with fling but, really you don't want to answer their creatures right?) along with Soulfire Grand Master (doesn't do much in this deck) and 2 flings for, 4Burning-Tree Emissary and 4 Lightning Mauler. In short Naya Humans w/out green, for more deck ideals thiers Stake Sisters looks fun as well and Burn is also, a thing.
1 month ago
I found some cool things when trying to find human solders. Brave the Elements could save your creatures from some hate, or a free blocking turn. you could also use Cloudshift to flicker Captain of the Watch or Ranger of Eos for extra triggers.
1 month ago
1 month ago
Cool deck! Good idea for a budget version. I have a little advice to make it a bit more competitive if you would like! Lingering Souls is one of the better cards in modern, especially in this deck. You should try to play 4 if possible. Falkenrath Torturer is easily the worst of your Aristocrats. So if you ever look to cut any, that would be the one. Gather the Townsfolk is usually a better card than Thatcher Revolt. It may be worth playing 4 of the Gather. Finally, Xathrid Necromancer might be very good in this version of the deck. I would think about adding a couple. With Gather the Townsfolk, Doomed Traveler, Cartel Aristocrat, and Zulaport Cutthroat it will be very useful.