Kami of the Crescent Moon
Legendary Creature — Spirit
At the beginning of each player's draw step, that player draws a card.
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Kami of the Crescent Moon Discussion
4 days ago
Temple Bell is a cheap group card draw artifact that can also be used politically by determining when everyone gets to draw.
Orzhov Advokist is a perfect card for the group hug list; everyone else gets to pump their creatures and amplify their game, and you don't get attacked.
Skyscribing can be forecasted every turn for slow advantage, or cast in one go to refill everyone's hands.
Selvala, Explorer Returned ramps you a little and buffers your life total while drawing everyone cards. Neat effect that adds up over time.
Minds Aglow is another card that draws everyone more cards.
Braids, Conjurer Adept lets everyone power out their best cards from their hand every turn, which has the added benefit of getting your pillow fort enchantments online quicker.
Lastly, Kami of the Crescent Moon is another card that stuffs players' hands with cards.
1 week ago
Chains of Mephistopheles is a not-so-budget card I run in my Nekusar deck.
I also would throw in more wheel effects like Wheel of Fortune, Wheel of Fate, Magus of the Wheel, Jace's Archivist, Dark Deal, Runehorn Hellkite, Reforge the Soul, Whirlpool Warrior, Chandra Ablaze, Wheel and Deal, Incendiary Command, etc.
Alongside Spiteful Visions, there's also Phyrexian Tyranny, Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind, Psychosis Crawler, Price of Knowledge, Ebony Owl Netsuke, Viseling (in multiplayer, Black Vise for two-way), Iron Maiden, and Fevered Visions.
Some more forced draw you can put in include, but is not limited to: Dictate of Kruphix, Seizan, Perverter of Truth, Forced Fruition (especially fun in Nekusar EDH), Kami of the Crescent Moon, Master of the Feast, Nin, the Pain Artist, Jace Beleren, Dack Fayden, Ob Nixilis Reignited, Well of Ideas, Font of Mythos, Howling Mine, Temple Bell, etc.
Well, I hope that this wall of text I just typed helped to some extent, and good luck with the deck.
3 weeks ago
Lab maniac is a fun way to win. Consider him with Prime Speaker Zegana and Deadeye Navigator (deadeye also pairs with your commander extremely well). If price is no object, Jin-Gitaxias, Core Augur is amazing. You've got notion thief and he is great for maniac decks, especially if you add Forced Fruition. And you've got Jace's archivist too, which is one of my favorite cards ever probably.
Overall though, I think you need a more creature heavy build to get the best chances of pooping zombies with Sidisi. Try to find creatures that have similar effects as your other spells. For instance, I ran a bunch of the creatures that let you dig land when they enter. If I get land out, better odds of milling creatures later and getting a zombie. If I just end up milling a dig creature, it makes a zombie at least, unlike a Rampant Growth. Or, instead of Reanimate, use Hell's Caretaker (super good in Sidisi decks). Kami of the Crescent Moon would probably be a good substitute for Dictate of Kruphix. I remember at one point my old Sidisi deck had 55 creature spells. But that's just how I ran my Sidisi deck. I've seen others that are more combo heavy and need specific non-creature spells that look more like what you have here. Obviously find what works for you and what you have fun playing.
I'll pick through my collection and see what I have that is on this list and I'll let you know next time I see you.
3 weeks ago
Dissipation Field and Propaganda are for the early/mid game, The problem you will run into with shapeshifters is that often times you will have to wait and curdle until your opponents play their good minions. Dissipation Field and Propaganda both buy you time until this point in the game.
Aqueous Form, well, currently, our main win condition is the combat step, with things like Ulamog's Crusher and Gigantoplasm, we want to whack our opponents with either those or their own big creatures. Aqueous Form just gives us a way to make those unblockable if we haven't been able to Gigantoplasm our Invisible Stalker.
Lastly, Kami of the Crescent Moon may seem like an odd choice, but a subtheme of the deck is card draw, i have yet to pick up some crucial cards (see my maybeboard), but Kami of the Crescent Moon allows us to get early card draw and hopefully make our opponents overdraw ever so slightly.
Thanks for checking out the deck and I hope this clears things up for you!
3 weeks ago
i really like this deck, but there are a few cards that don't make scene for me like Dissipation Field,Aqueous Form and Propaganda. could you explain those choices for me? also i would like to know why you chose Kami of the Crescent Moon as your commander.
1 month ago
Archfiend of Ifnir is great! Everytime you play a wheel you will also wipe the opponents board!! Just don't know where to put it in the deck yet.
1 month ago
Dude... I thought this was my thing lol!
With that being said, this is dispicable.
You might even want to use my baby, Black Vise lol, it would thrive here.
1 month ago
Mr.Beaver I have previously considered Kami of the Crescent Moon, it's mainly just a matter of what to switch out for him. Any suggestions? Prototype Portal seems okay, idk how I feel about it in this deck.
Thanks for the suggestions and upvote!