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When Hallowed Spiritkeeper dies, put X 1/1 white Spirit creature tokens with flying onto the battlefield, where X is the number of creature cards in your graveyard.
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Hallowed Spiritkeeper Discussion
1 week ago
I agree that in a vacuum Knight of the Last Breath is overpriced and just not very good DemonDragonJ. However, once you put it in the context of the deck it instantly gets better. It would actually be pretty decent in a Teysa Karlov deck. It is a sac-outlet, meaning I can sack creatures like Wurmcoil Engine, Hangarback Walker, Hallowed Spiritkeeper, and Elenda, the Dusk Rose for a big advantage. I also don't really mind it being a 4/4, in a deck that wants creatures to die I can really take advantage of it. Pulse with Teysa Afterlife 3 suddenly turns into Afterlife 6.
While the Knight is overcosted and underpowered, I do believe that it can shine in the right deck. And now that I think about it, I have no idea why I just typed all of this :/
1 week ago
BlueBat93 I think it's the right call to remove the lifegain aspect, since there are no double triggers on them.
As for Blood Artist, he's alright. But even with Teysa, you 'only' target two players. It could still be good though with the right engine on the board.
Some more cards I think are interesting:
I mostly highlighted the generate X tokens since you'll be doubling your token generation. If put alongside Anointed Procession, you're quadrupling your creature count.
Recursion: Gift of Immortality. Cauldron of Souls, Nether Traitor (another Reassembling Skeleton almost), Mimic Vat (allows you to disrupt your opponents as well as enables some shenanigans on your own board), Lifeline (another must, I find, considering your deck prioritizes things dying as much as possible)
The 'must-adds' in my book are Black Market, Nether Traitor, Gift of Immortality and Lifeline though. The rest are food for thought mostly :)
Hope you're having fun, Aristocrats is always hilarious fun to play ^__^
Kinge on Spirit Spam
3 months ago
Cool deck! I notice that you could easy make this deck Modern legal rather than legacy as legacy is a lot higher power than modern. You would just need to replace Hallowed Spiritkeeper with something else.
I would also splash Black in your mana base so you can use the flashback on Lingering Souls. Maybe a couple of Drowned Catacomb or Isolated Chapel to make it so you can use the flashback. Alternatively, you could replace them with Midnight Haunting as it is instant speed and that way you could leave up a counter in your hand and if you don't need to counter anything just make some spirits.
10 months ago
Might I also suggest:
Drogskol Reaver, Geist of Saint Traft, Brago, King Eternal, Deadeye Navigator, Ghastlord of Fugue, Jiwari, the Earth Aflame, Karmic Guide, Kira, Great Glass-Spinner, Lavaborn Muse, Myojin of Life's Web, Nobilis of War, Obzedat, Ghost Council, Overbeing of Myth, Primordial Sage, Ryusei, the Falling Star, Spell Queller, Spirit of the Hearth, Tomorrow, Azami's Familiar, Wall of Reverence, Yomiji, Who Bars the Way, Eidolon of Rhetoric, Ghost-Lit Warder, Innocence Kami, Nebelgast Herald, Ore Gorger, Pus Kami, Revenant Patriarch, Ruin Ghost, Spectral Shepherd, Dimir Infiltrator, Baku Altar, Custodi Soulbinders, Hallowed Spiritkeeper, Kirtar's Wrath, Seize the Soul, Teysa, Envoy of Ghosts, AEther Shockwave, Field of Souls, Gods' Eye, Gate to the Reikai, Path of Ancestry, Unclaimed Territory, Mirror of the Forebears, Herald's Horn, Door of Destinies, Descendants' Path, Faces of the Past, Shared Animosity, Vigean Intuition, Distant Melody, and any of the Kindred cards
1 year ago
look, it's bad Hallowed Spiritkeeper
Still one of my favorite cards so far, behind that G Sorcery Target Creature you control explores. You can play an additional land this turn
1 year ago
Deploy to the Front and Hallowed Spiritkeeper feel like they might not have enough of an impact to justify their inclusion. I really like Angelic Accord and Crested Sunmare as token producers, since once they get going, you don't need to put in any mana to produce a decent-sized token every turn. Adorned Pouncer is also pretty good, since it eternalizes as a 4/4 double-striker, which is a nice token to populate. In addition, its initial state works well with the anthem effects.
Next, there are some lands you should consider running. Krosan Verge is one of the best lands, since it can both fix your mana and ramp you. Canopy Vista and Scattered Groves are both cheap lands with basic land types to be fetched by Krosan Verge or Farseek.
1 year ago
Delta-117 I couldnt find a very thematic Bant general so I could use those amazing blue cards
Qolorful I like the selfless spirtit