Choose a creature type. Reveal cards from the top of your library until you reveal X creature cards of the chosen type, where X is the number of creatures you control of that type. Put those cards onto the battlefield, then shuffle the rest of the revealed cards into your library.
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|Commander 2017 (C17)||Rare|
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Kindred Summons occurrence in decks from the last year
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Kindred Summons Discussion
1 month ago
+1 from me from the concept alone. I like the theme/gimmick of legendary wizard tribal in all these colors. Snuck in charm tribal too. Maybe complete the Confluence and Command cycle?
0 artifacts or enchantments? Capitalize on their absence with a play set of stax hate.
Reki, the History of Kamigawa while not a wizard would still create real value in this list.
Tribal cards like Arcane Adaptation, Call to the Kindred, Cavern of Souls, Cover of Darkness, Descendants' Path, Kindred Discovery, Kindred Dominance, Kindred Summons, Patriarch's Bidding, Species Specialist
1 month ago
Watch out! Ishkanah, Grafwidow has a black activated ability, which means it does not belong in your commander's colour identity.
Assault Formation beefs up your spiders very efficiently and has built-in pump, as well.
Kindred Summons is a very good way to flood the board of spiders quickly.
Coat of Arms is an outstanding finisher. I find it more effective than Eldrazi Monument.
Seasons Past is a great fit in this deck.
Sporeweb Weaver has tons of relevant text.
You're playing a lot fogs. Constant Mists seems better than Respite or Fog.
1 month ago
2 months ago
How about Elvish Guidance and Wirewood Channeler? They get you lots of mana just like Elvish Archdruid. Kindred Summons can give you an instant army right before you untap. Being an instant let’s you keep up mana for regeneration with Ezuri as well. Having played elves in modern a lot, one thing that I always try to avoid is playing into a board wipe. Running Heroic Intervention can protect you from that. Or if you want a budget option, there’s Wrap in Vigor.
5 months ago
Man, Najeela is just stupid good. I built her once, but took it apart during an experimental phase.
Seeing lists like this just makes me want to really commit to putting together a proper deck to field her though.
Have you considered Kindred Summons? I'm no expert, but it works well in elf decks, which also tend to generate a lot of tokens.
6 months ago
Kindred Summons might be a good addition to this deck. You can basically double the amount of elementals that you have on the battlefield. If you get lucky you could end up throwing some pretty nasty combos down. Also, you get to shuffle the library afterwards, so if you end up revealing and important non-elemental card it's not lost to the bottom of the library.
6 months ago
6 months ago
Hey, saw your post on reddit and couldn't help but check it out. I love me some elfball, so here's what I've got for you. Everything is of course my opinion and to be taken with ample helpings of salt. Hope it helps!
Lands: Mosswort Bridge is a trap, though I haven't tried it in elves yet. Reliquary Tower is a trap, when you fire off in an elfball deck you can usually cast what you draw. I'm okay with your tapped cycling lands bc they cycle, so that's fine, and Oran-Rief, the Vastwood is sneaky good. It's the only tapland I tend to run. Your best land by far is Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx and the best way to get it is Crop Rotation. When you already have it, you'll want to use it for an instant-speed Wasteland/Strip Mine or Wirewood Lodge. I don't usually run Ancient Tomb in elves but there's nothing saying you can't, and it helps when you have plenty of things with generic costs, as you do, along with some lifegain.
Potential Cuts and Swaps: Harmonize out, Growing Rites of Itlimoc Flip in: Harmonize is a classic, but Growing Rites never disappoints. Even if it whiffs, you probably have a gaea's cradle at end of turn.
Overwhelming Stampede out, Finale of Devastation in: You already have the Ibex, and the Finale is far more versatile than the Stampede can ever be. Can grab all sorts of things instead of being a single pump and dump. Considering it could double Marwyn's mana output for a turn could earn its keep, though.
Wellwisher out, Essence Warden in: Incidental lifegain, if you want to use it, might be more reliable than being able to tap the Wellwisher for its effect reliably. Also, the Warden triggers on all creatures, including opponents.
Desert of the Indomitable out, Veil of Summer in: This card is just too good. Also, 33 lands is too many (I know, but you'd be surprised!) and this one ETB taps AND cycles for 2 mana instead of 1, so I'd cut it.
Doubling Season out, Asceticism in: I'm not sold on Doubling Season here, honestly, as Hardened Scales could serve the same purpose in most cases regarding the way this deck puts +1/+1 counters on things one at a time (mostly). If you REALLY want to lean in on the token doubling from Lys Alana Huntmaster, Elvish Promenade, and Imperious Perfect then it might could stay.
Genesis Wave out, Kindred Summons in: This counts tokens...it is ridiculous and casting it when you only have 3 or 4 elves out still feels great, whereas if you flip Praetor's Counsel with a nasty Genesis Wave you're a sad panda.
Dwynen's Elite needs a home here, its 2 mana for 2 counters on Marwyn, among other benefits. Not sure on what to pull out, but I've never been a big fan of Dwynen, Gilt-Leaf Daen herself, really. You don't want to stack too deep on lord effects when its so easy to tutor them out or draw them for an explosive growth instead.
The last thing I will note, is that any non-Elf REALLY needs to earn its keep. Each and every elf in your list makes it stronger, be it with more mana, more tokens, more counters, all of those things.
The reddit thread has some great recommendations on cards to check out as well, so you've got a lot to sift through. Good base though!
Rhys Up is my current GB list, there might be some ideas for you in the main and maybe boards. The deck is mostly green but plays my favorite black stuff, and most of the cost difference between these two lists lies in the manabase.