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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.
|Want (2)||narpas , blakejohn|
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|Commander 2014 (C14)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Hallowed Spiritkeeper occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.02%
WB (Orzhov): 0.53%
Hallowed Spiritkeeper Discussion
1 week ago
1 month ago
Hey, here are some budget cards you could include:
sacrifice value cards: - Falkenrath Noble
5 months ago
Lol, thanks. The problem is that teysa karlov warps the game in a very small way. It sometimes creates situations that the game was not originally designed for. I'm not explicitly trying to bend the rules to my whem, just tried to detect if there were some way to exploit this death trigger... Sadly there is not. Doesn't make me sad, I honestly hadn't even thought about it until I started trying to see if there was a way around the athreos trigger with gift of immortality, which works and that's great. The deck that is using these cards likes to see things die and likes to be the one killing them, I am constantly striving to understand how all the cards work together.
I've never tried to say that combo worked in a game, the original line of play that lead to this was having Hallowed Spiritkeeper Gift of Immortality and Teysa Karlov in play and not wanting my spiritkeeper to go to my hand when I saced it to whatever sac engine I was using at the time.
Alas, I am satisfied with the conclusion. Gift gets 2 triggers but 1 is countered by state based actions.
6 months ago
You need a skullclamp, plain and simple. It's SO much card draw advantage of you play with it once you'll never play with anything else. It's by far the best card for this deck. Hallowed Spiritkeeper is very decent, it nets al lot of tokens. I also have a teysa deck, it's good to see that she's a popular commander. Open the Graves is a fairly decent card too.
7 months ago
It is a lot of creatures but not as much sac fodder as one may think when you take away everything that isn’t.
For that reason I’ve opted for fodder with benefits over creatures such as Hallowed Spiritkeeper which can create but is also restrictive in its situational uses.
7 months ago
40 creatures is a lot! In a deck based around sacrificing, that means you'll end up with plenty in the graveyard. Because of that, I think this would be the perfect home for Hallowed Spiritkeeper . Why settle for Afterlife giving you one or two tokens when the Spiritkeeper can net you an entire army in one go?
8 months ago
Thanks for the input! I actually have Hangarback Walker , Phyrexian Altar , Requiem Angel , Hallowed Spiritkeeper , and Dark Prophecy sitting aside. I definitely see a need for more stuff to chop. I will look at Pitiless Plunderer .
8 months ago
I recommend a few cards, Pitiless Plunderer can help you combo or just ramp fast. your deck could also use some more tokens to sacrifice as you lack a lot of creatures that are good if they die. speaking of which Hangarback Walker could really help out with the quite a few needing things to die and this guy makes plenty. Phyrexian Altar also can help get you cast your deck and is a great sac outlet. Requiem Angel allows for a lot for combos with infinite sacs. Hallowed Spiritkeeper more things to die. Dark Prophecy is good but can kill you or mill yourself out so be careful but is great otherwise.