Kor Skyfisher

Kor Skyfisher

Creature — Kor Soldier

Flying

When Kor Skyfisher enters the battlefield, return a permanent you control to its owner's hand.

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Kor Skyfisher Discussion

time_master on Darksteel Relic on a Budget

8 hours ago

One thing I would definitely add is Frogmite. He is cheap to buy, and costs very little in an artifact deck. He doesn't bounce anything like the Kor Skyfisher, but still is a nice addition.

ShawnWilliams on Midnight Gond Wish

3 months ago

Love it, I've introduced Crashing Drawbridge and Overgrown Battlement to my list to ramp up mana and make the combo Green Elf Warrior tokens swing for lethal one turn faster.

I'm also using Abundant Growth and Prophetic Prism with Kor Skyfisher as a draw engine and sky defense until I find the combo.

I also like Sumala Woodshaper to find combo pieces or a timely Journey to Nowhere and it's a body to throw in front of swarming attackers.

And Pulse of Murasa plays nice in the deck bringing back destroyed Midnight Guard or Ash Barrens or Evolving Wilds, and again buying time with the life gain.

I just playtested a turn 4 win against Tron.

1) Forest, go

2) Plains, play Crashing Drawbridge

3) Forest, play Overgrown Battlement, tap Crashing Drawbridge, tap Overgrown Battlement for 2 mana and play Midnight Guard

4) Play Presence of Gond on Midnight Guard, create infinite Elf Tokens, tap Crashing Drawbridge, swing for lethal.

Spell_Slam on Mono Black Pauper because why not

4 months ago

Pestilence decks are a known archetype in Pauper. They are most notably in Orzhov colours, which help with many aspects of the deck.

As fun as it is to win with Pestilence (one of my favourite cards!), Crypt Rats is a great addition for consistency and because it can be recurred with cards like Unearth and deals its damage in chunks, making it possible to draw the game in some scenarios.

Most pauper decks have pretty small creatures, so deploying a few x/3 is often enough to have your Pestilence survive and establish a pretty good soft-lock. Something like Cuombajj Witches goes a really long way in keeping your enchantment alive and is also excellent removal in this format. Thorn of the Black Rose is incredible on an empty board and also has the prerequisite 3 toughness.

If you want to keep it mono-black, there's also Cemetery Gate and Wall of Tanglecord that have big butts to survive damage and also block for you in the early game.

If you move into White, you have a lot more options. Kor Skyfisher, Aven Riftwatcher, Thraben Inspector, Guardian of the Guildpact, Palace Sentinels... not to mention all the pro-Black cards you gain access to and the versatile removal.

Spell_Slam on Weenie Envy

4 months ago

Heal could be Bandage, which in almost every scenario will be better for you.

Healer's Hawk has been out for a while now. Have you made the switch? It should definitely be there over Suntail Hawk.

Icatian Javelineers can ping a Delver or something annoying for free.

Sunlance is great removal for mono-White. I would play it over Pressure Point. You could also just play Journey to Nowhere for the same cost.

Kor Skyfisher is one of the best common White creautres, period. It can pick up some of your utility lands in the mid game for extra value, or draw you an extra card with the Inspector, or if you play the Javelineers you can reset the counter for more ping, or you can reset a Journey to Nowhere onto a better target. I would definitely play that over Tundra Wolves.

I think you could cut to 17 lands with this deck. You won't need more than 2-3 lands and can easily keep 1-land hands in most cases. If you end up playing Battle Screech you might consider going up to 18-19 lands, though.

Raging_Squiggle on Chulane, Somewhat Competitive

5 months ago

I would add in some redundancies to the bouncing creatures. Man-o'-War, Dream Stalker, Kor Skyfisher, and Stonecloaker (especially good cause flash and also grave hate). Cloud of Faeries also does good work when comboing with Aluren and a bounce source.

Speaking of bounce sources, more redundancies! Words of Wind and Overburden (This card is important as it combos out with Shrieking Drake and is generally a strong card. You won't care about bouncing lands cause chulane will put it right back into play).

Now what to do with all the mana in the world you could want and all the casting you could want? Well, Aetherflux Reservoir and Brain Freeze come to mind. Also, Words of Wind doubles as a win con by bouncing everyone out of the game entirely. Similarly, Words of Wilding can give you as many bears as you want to swing with. These Word cards will help save that mandatory draw from Chulane as your deck empties out. (And on the chance your playgroup allows some UnCards, Crow Storm is quite the funny win con)

How are you gonna get these cards quickly and consistently though? A couple more draw engines wouldn't hurt. Beast Whisperer and Guardian Project are both strong when playing a "I must cast all the creatures" deck. Abundance and Rhystic Study aren't too bad either.

But, how to protect your stuff when you cast it? Prowling Serpopard should be in here to protect your creatures. He's a cat, he protec. Also, Gaddock Teeg strongly hates on any spell slinger deck.

Depending on your budget, Earthcraft should be in here. Otherwise, its budget, (but not nearly as good cousin) Cryptolith Rite could work too.

Spell_Slam on PDH|Lightning Helix on a Mane

5 months ago

I love this deck! That lion is such a great build-around and it's nice to see a decent boros list for once.

In the early and mid-game, you will be doing a lot of cycling and will likely end up with a lot of excess lands that you won't know what to do with. I would recommend playing more red card draw spells that allow you to filter through them to find more cyclers. Cathartic Reunion and Tormenting Voice would fill in nicely.

In terms of protection, I would really recommend both Angelic Renewal and Benevolent Bodyguard. You can put both of these down before your Commander, which gives you layers of protection that you don't need to invest in reactively. Considering how important your Commander is to your strategy, this is definitely worth thinking about. Something like a well-timed Eland Umbra puts your Commander out of most burn range and is also a layer of protection against destroy effects. You might also consider Cho-Manno's Blessing, even if it's WW, the permanent protection at instant speed is as good as it gets.

One really good piece of tech you are missing is Library of Leng. No max hand size is nice, but being able to cycle a card and put on top of your library to draw it again is completely busted. This means that you can re-use the same card over and over again to trigger your Commander's ability for no extra cost. You could be dealing 2 and gaining 2 for as low as 3 mana whever you want.

In terms of removal, I would really rather see a Journey to Nowhere instead of Lightning Bolt. Oblivion Ring also deals with a lot more than Disenchant.Faith's Fetters is pretty much a staple of White Removal in PDH. They are great ways to remove commanders, since you can then pick them up with something like Kor Skyfisher.

Kor Cartographer is another staple ramp spell for White decks. You're scraping the bottom of the barrel with some of your ramp, so this could be an easy swap.

Your hand should stay be pretty full, so Martyr of Ashes could do a lot of work for you.

I don't really like the Pinger sub-theme. Your Commander already represents tons of removal and damage that you have access to at any time. I think those slots would be better served as protection, board wipes and card draw.

I've never played Bonder's Ornament, but it looks... kinda bad. How has it played out in your experience?

Great deck overall!

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