Lavinia, Azorius Renegade
Legendary Creature — Human Soldier
Each opponent can't cast noncreature spells with converted mana cost greater than the number lands that player controls.
Whenever an opponent casts a spell, if no mana was spent to cast it, counter that spell.
|Have (2)||Taki117 , Forkbeard|
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|Ravnica Allegiance (RNA)||Rare|
|Promo Set (000)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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Lavinia, Azorius Renegade Discussion
1 day ago
At the end of the turn before your turn, any spare mana you have creates a flying Thopter (which Alela boosts) and gains you 1 life. Throw in Ashnod's Altar and you have infinite tokens and infinite life, and kill everyone else when those tokens can attack.
Maybe these combos are too mean though?
2 days ago
Knowledge Pool immediately comes to mind. Every time they cast a spell, they're forced to cast a second, different spell. Knowledge Pool combines nicely with cards like Lavinia, Azorius Renegade to lock opponents out of the game.
3 days ago
Just looking there are a few cards that jump out at me (again, feel free to ignore anything said here)
Dissipation Field - Ideally you want to be stopping things from hitting you, not stopping them from hitting you again. It's a neat card, but possibly one that could be cut.
Lavinia, Azorius Renegade - I don't know your meta, so I can't speak to much, but how many cards is Lavinia stopping?
Jace Beleren - There are better draw spells at three. There are better card drawing planeswalkers at three. If you want a similar card Narset, Parter of Veils find control pieces and auras better than Jace.
There are other sideways upgrades that can be made. If you really want to find room for that Windfall, Mulldrifter is sorta doing the same thing, for example. Any of your control pieces can be come any other control pieces (Karmic Justice could go in for any other removal card).
1 week ago
- UW pillow Fort-50
- I started with cards you already had on the list so that if you already bought them you wouldn't have to buy more cards. After that I had to make choices of how the deck should operate. I more than likely pushed the budget for the 2 spheres of safety, but that card is the best pillow fort card out there. It will help you stay alive. Most of your removal spells are enchantment based so it only buffs it more.
- The thing i tried to spend the most on was for ways for you to stay alive. Creatures keep you alive, as well as your pillow fort tools. If you can i would get 4x ghostly prisms and spheres of safety. After that I tried to get you the best ways to keep the battle field under control. Counter magic is there to keep you alive and well. You probably wont have to care about what people are doing for the most part. Use it to make sure you cards stay on the battlefield.
- I am very tempted to pull Lavinia, Azorius Renegade because of the budget youll face. I dont see a way for people to cheat stuff into play and i dont foresee affinity cards, Urza's Tower decks. I would replace that card with Blessed Alliance .
- If you want to be a little greedy budget wise put a copy or 2 of Gideon in there. He really helps you out.
- If you me to edit the deck more just let me know. If you want help with other decks just let me know.
- Take care and enjoy.
2 weeks ago
I really enjoyed looking through your budget decks. This deck and Rosheen are probably my favorite purely because of how unique they are, to the point that you don't feel inclined to even buy better cards. As for suggestions, Alesha, Who Smiles at Death (Aggro/value), Lavinia, Azorius Renegade (Control/stax), and Sisay, Weatherlight Captain could be fun to make.
2 weeks ago
Im glad you like the deck. Why does that torbran deck make that much problems?
Dream halls is a card I really love and hate the same time. I love that card and tried to fit it in quite a few decks but failed miserably. I even made a Lavinia, Azorius Renegade deck to make this card work. But even there it made me more games lose than win. As soon as Lavinia was removed some way, my opponents did go crazy with dream halls. After all I would prefer omniscience at any point. The only deck I’ve seen so far with dream halls working was a 5 color creatureless storm combo deck for like 20-25K$ that won the turn it played dream halls.
Breathstealers crypt is a nice card and was part of my first list. After some time i decided to cut it because I rarely played it and it didn’t perform too well. It’s a bit situational and I try to avoid situational cards when I got like 160 cards I would like to play and only place for 99. you have to cut quite a few cards that really hurt.
2 weeks ago
Hey! I assume you have seen a fair amount of the standard metagame's insistence on only a few real decks being runnable, if you want to try and stomp the metagame, the best cards against both Fires and Jund Food happen to align. Here is a tester of the UW hatebears list I have been testing.
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Run down of some cards and the deck a bit: Hushbringer stops the Familiar's ETB, the Korvold etb, all of the Cavalier etbs and death triggers, Frilled Mystic, Gadwick, Massacre Girl, etc. Lavinia, Azorius Renegade kills Fires, slows the fast ramped Nissas and crushes the Rakdos Knight's Embercleave reliance, as well as occasionally hurts the few Golos and Drill Bits lying about. Tithe Taker is a mainstay sideboard card against jund food stopping most of the familiar loops from being affective on your turn, as well as hurting Brontodon and Murderous Rider too.
Outside of that, Simic Ramp and Flash builds would be problematic, as this deck would die to Nissa, Ambusher, and Hydrioid Krasis, but with Teferi to stop flash and hurt Nissa, Giant Killer to stop Ambusher and Krasis a bit, as well as being a strong 1-drop against a variety of decks, Stonecoil Serpent as a powerful threat, and more interaction in the form of Conclave Tribunal , Essence Capture , Dovin's Veto and Spell Pierce to stick the win.
3 weeks ago
I run a similar style with my Derevi deck, though I use primarily enchantments instead of creatures for one simple reason - Creatures are usually easier to remove. But here's some cards that I'd recommend using if you're going for as much resource denial as possible:
Creatures: Seedborn Muse , Angus Mackenzie , Lavinia, Azorius Renegade , Sigarda, Host of Herons , Hokori, Dust Drinker , Michiko Konda, Truth Seeker , False Prophet , Baird, Steward of Argive , Gwafa Hazid, Profiteer , Melira, Sylvok Outcast I'd only recommend using Melira if you plan on having Phyrexian Unlife in the deck.
Enchantments: Pendrell Mists , Frozen AEther , Blind Obedience , Privileged Position , Greater Auramancy , Back to Basics , Land Equilibrium , Propaganda , War Tax , Collective Restraint , Teferi's Moat , Moat , Humility , Overwhelming Splendor , Leyline of Anticipation , Solemnity , Invoke Prejudice , Mana Reflection , Mechanized Production , Overburden , Rising Waters , Rule of Law , Wilderness Reclamation