Destroy X target artifacts and/or creatures. For each permanent destroyed this way, its controller reveals cards from the top of his or her library until an artifact or creature card is revealed and exiles that card. Those players put the exiled cards onto the battlefield, then shuffle their libraries.
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Indomitable Creativity Discussion
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3 days ago
dude I have 2 Indomitable Creativity! I didn't know everyone was so hyped about it! One's even foil!
3 days ago
S'far as cards I want to play with, Indomitable Creativity seems like the perfect balance between janky and actually good for my combo decks.
3 days ago
There's only one card I really liked from the set, and that's Indomitable Creativity. I want to use it in my EDH decks but I don't know which one.
5 days ago
A couple of things which I could be wrong about:
I'm messing about with a similar deck, but it's red/green instead: http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/big-indomitable-robots/
1 week ago
Emrakul, the Promised End is also a cast trigger for the Mindslaver effect, so unless you're doing it for the 13/13 sticky body its not really worth it. The format has plenty of answers for the titans right now.
The best your deck can do is drop one big creature on turn 4. This requires you to have an artifact/servo (you have no small creatures, for good reason) to sacrifice and an Indomitable Creativity in hand. Adding any artifacts like Gonti's Aether Heart could potentially mess up your combo (imagine hitting heart when you need a body). I would avoid anything that doesn't effect the battle field as soon as it comes in. The biggest things i think you could drop with this deck would be Aethertide Whale (flying and difficult to flat out kill. Good energy generator) any of the gear hulks, Herald of Anguish (Flying, forces enemy to discard, spot removal) Demon of Dark Schemes (Flying, sweeper, energy), or Aetherwind Basker (Really, really big). Just look for any big creature with an a enter the battle field effect from all the legal sets and see what you can come up with. A creature with haste would also work, Aether Revolt has some double strikers that I think could make the cut here as well.
Whatever you choose, I recommend adding one offs of basics for every color you use. That way between Evolving Wilds and Aether Hub you're solid.
Remember that your combo relies on you having a small number of creatures. If you go for artifact creatures like the gearhulks, consider throwing Refurbish into your sideboard.