Hour of Reckoning
Convoke (Your creatures can help cast this spell. Each creature you tap while casting this spell pays for or one mana of that creature's colour.)
Destroy all nontoken creatures.
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|Commander 2019 (C19)||Rare|
|Guilds of Ravnica: Guild Kit (GK1)||Rare|
|MTG: Commander (CMD)||Rare|
|Ravnica: City of Guilds (RAV)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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Hour of Reckoning Discussion
6 days ago
Cut down to 37 lands, I'd say. Probably...a Plains and a Forest?
You also need more removal. I'd recommend picking a few out of Swords to Plowshares, Path to Exile, Generous Gift, Beast Within, Chaos Warp, Nature's Chant, Return to Nature, Force of Vigor, Return to Dust. Those are single target creature/artifact/enchantment removal, mainly. You also need a bit of mass removal. I'd suggest something like Hour of Reckoning, Dusk / Dawn, Cleansing Nova, or Austere Command.
2 weeks ago
I think you'll be happier with Cryptolith Rite over most of your ramp. All the tokens you make can now be used for mana, which you can dump into Rhys or cast your big stuff.
Beastmaster Ascension is easy to activate the turn it comes into play with all your tokens. You can easily the end game in one swing with this card.
Mirror Entity is another good way to turn your token army into huge game-enders at instant speed. It also protects them from dying to damage by growing them out of range.
Hour of Reckoning can be a pretty one-sided board wipe against most decks, leaving you with your token army. Not to mention you can use your tokens to pay for it.
Second Harvest is amazing because it works at instant speed. Playing this at an opponent's end step before your turn is an easy way to steal a win.
This might seem to go against the game plan, but Skullclamp is a very easy way to draw an extra 2-6 cards each turn at the expense of a few tokens. Definitely worth including.
Mentor of the Meek is another excellent way to take advantage of your token creation to get more cards out of the deal.
Aura Shards takes advantage of so many creatures coming into play on your side and makes sure no artifacts and enchantments stay in play under your opponent's control without your permission.
Wellwisher will net you insane amounts of life very quickly with Rhys' elf tokens. Might be better than Soul Warden.
Epic Struggle would allow you to win against Pillowfort decks, provided you can protect it for a turn. Good combo with Teferi's Protection I guess.
Since your commander is an elf you could benefit from Wirewood Lodge. It also works well with something like Priest of Titania or Wellwisher. In the same vein as Priest of Titania, you could also probably use Wirewood Channeler.
In terms of cuts, I think Emmara Tandris, Oviya Pashiri, Parallel Evolution, Arcane Signet, Growing Ranks, and Curious Herd seem the least essential or least powerful for your deck. I think it would also be easy to find swaps for my suggestions with cards that do similar things. Let me know if you need more help with cuts or swaps.
3 months ago
Wirewood Lodge is a great way to take advantage of your Commander. Bonus with Llanowar Tribe.
Flawless Maneuver can also protect your Commander for free (and the rest of your board).
Cryptolith Rite seems perfect for your deck. Seems better than Song of Freyalise.
Hour of Reckoning is a great boardwipe for you. Pretty cheap to get your hands on too.
Divine Visitation seems absolutely insane in Commander. Seems better than Devout Invocation.
Priest of Titania is an expensive Llanowar Elves, but with your Comander out it already exceeds value and gets even better with just a few elves out. Bonus with Wirewood Lodge. I could see it over Palladium Myr.
Mirror Entity is yet another great finisher for your deck.
Fade into Antiquity could easily be Unravel the Aether, which costs one less and is an instant. Shuffling into the library is often just as effective as exiling.
3 months ago
Have you considered Hour of Reckoning? I dunno how heavily you plan this deck to rely on tokens, but it could be a nice asymmetric sweeper.
5 months ago
In my oppinion, if you wish to increase the token focus, I'd cut the following cards: Collector Ouphe, Felidar Guardian, Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker, Omnath, Locus of Rage, Village Bell-Ringer, Yisan, the Wanderer Bard, Birthing Pod, Red Elemental Blast, evtl. Fauna Shaman
=> Remainders of the Kiki-Combo Package and anti-Control
I'd add the following cards
6 months ago
Skyshroud Claim is a great option for fixing your mana when you run duals, so you could play Sheltered Thicket, Scattered Groves and Canopy Vista as fetchable dual lands. These are relatively cheap and also open you up to further improvement of your mana base in the future with fetches.
Idol of Oblivion gives you card draw in the early/mid-game and also leaves you with a nice 10/10 token to populate later on.
Since you're in Green, I think you get a better rate with ramp than you would with mana rocks. Some of the most common ones you're currently missing are Sakura-Tribe Elder, Kodama's Reach, Rampant Growth and of course mana doublers like Mirari's Wake. I would definitely play these over Fellwar Stone, Mind Stone, Obelisk of Naya and Selesnya Locket. Lay of the Land is also pretty weak.
6 months ago
Martial Coup and Hour of Reckoning would be good board wipes. Seeing as all of your tokens except for thopters and saprolings are white, Mass Calcify could be good, too. You might wanna add some non-creature removal, like Return to Nature, too.
6 months ago
Maybe you can help me with one cut, I swapped Lotus Cobra for Birds of Paradise, I’m still stuck on the extra draw cards for now but in regards to the suggestion to Hour of Reckoning I’m looking to include Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite... a soft board wipe with the extra pump to my trample written cards as well as a small fix to ghired weak attack.