Whenever a creature dies, if another creature is on the battlefield, return the first card to the battlefield under its owner's control at the beginning of the next end step.
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5 days ago
You do need a way to manage to actually HIT with your big creatures (and Silas Renn), though. Champion of Lambholt might work, but my go-to is usually Eldrazi Monument or Akroma's Memorial (both of which Kuldotha Forgemaster can find).
The mana base seems rough, but a tri-color list is relatively forgiving when your commander isn't a must-have. Does it play okay?
Hope this helps!
1 week ago
You should check out my deck If you want some suggestions for good cards in a sac deck http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/yeah-yeah-whatever-now-sac-that/
Cards like Lifeline for a consistent sac outlet every turn
Defense of the Heart for cheating out big creatures
No Mercy To make your opponents question if they want to attack you
Smokestack for annoying permanent sac
and more, go check it out.
1 week ago
I recently built my own version of this deck, and gladly took a couple ideas from this build (I didn't even know Power Conduit was a card, actually). I have a couple suggestions from my build, as well. First is Aboroth. If you can get your hands on one, especially with Melira. Makes it a really cheap 9/9. Second would be Lifeline, again if you can get your hands on one. That one is a personal choice, however, since it does work for everyone, but hey, more things for you to put counters on, right?
2 weeks ago
Lifeline is actually a really important part of the deck, It doesn't really matter if the opponents creatures also continue to come back what really matters is that you're creatures come back. If you have creatures like Woodfall Primus, Gray Merchant of Asphodel, Sidisi, Undead Vizier, Wurmcoil Engine, and Greenwarden of Murasa coming back everyturn for the triggers you in the end will out tempo the opponent.
2 weeks ago
Lifeline effects all players so it will be hard to keep their board clear when their guys keep coming back. If you are playing against a deck that also abuses ETB triggers then you could be in trouble.
3 weeks ago
I am working on several new EDH decks after deconstructing all of my old ones. One of them is going to be helmed by a commander my friends chose for me in a game of commander dare we all agreed to, the others are my choosing and I am trying to build them outside the typical themes they represent.The commanders are:
Vaevictis Asmadi (friend chosen, no clue what to do with this yet)
Rashmi, Eternities Crafter (Elf tribal w/ control)
Ghoulcaller Gisa (Zombie tribal w/ heavy emphasis on black control) EX: Painful Quandary, Polluted Bonds and other oppressive cards.
Hanna, Ship's Navigator (75% Enchantment, 25% artifact focused control with a strong focus on blinking effects) Ex: Fiend Hunter + Cloudshift, Infinite Reflections, exiling removal for opponents while running Lifeline + Field of Souls)
Atraxa, Praetors' Voice(Creature counters and stax control. Running all the Ascensions with her and a lot of non-planeswalker cards that utilize counters and experience counter creatures, +1/+1s and energy)
Opinions, ideas, and critiques are all welcome.
1 month ago
First off love the deck, I run a pretty savage breya as well (yours is far meaner than mine lol) what about pulling Aetherflux Reservoir for Lifeline? Aetherflux is very slow and lifeline will allow a lot of additional end of turn combos. Also I feel like your Indomitable Archangel negates a lot of cards you run like Sydri, Galvanic Genius, Restoration Angel, and Saheeli Rai maybe swap for something with more utility like Goblin Welder or Soul of New Phyrexia? Good luck in your combo pursuit!