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|Premium Deck Series: Slivers (PDS)||Uncommon|
|Time Spiral (TSP)||Uncommon|
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Creature — Sliver
All Sliver creatures get +2/+2.
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Might Sliver Discussion
1 month ago
Cards you could cut / relace with better versions of:
Horned Sliver - You already have enough other evasion methods, trample is the worst of the lot anyway.
Telekinetic Sliver - Far too slow. Remove things which are an issue, much better than tapping.
Toxin Sliver - expensive deathouch is expensive.
Cryptic Gateway - your deck is cheap to play, you don't need this card.
Coat of Arms - Worse sliver legion.
Bident of Thassa - You're better off with unconditional card advantage.
Gilded Lotus - Ramp that costs more than most of your deck isn't efficient ramp.
Descendants' Path - Replace it for more card advantage
Oversold Cemetery - there is better recursion than this, that is much less conditional.
Unnatural Selection - This card is just bad. Untutorable and win more.
Aphetto Dredging - Again, there are better recursion pieces.
Cards to add:
Farseek, Nature's Lore, Birds of Paradise, Avacyn's Pilgrim, Elves of Deep Shadow, Carpet of Flowers, Brainstorm, Impulse, Phyrexian Arena, Mystic Remora, Fellwar Stone, Regrowth, Sensei's Divining Top, Swords to Plowshares, Nature's Claim.
6 months ago
8 months ago
So first off, slivers CAN be good and not broken. The key is which you use. To achieve this end, here are a few slivers that would create a more solid gameplay experience but have an at least okay deck. I can help with the others too, but for now we'll talk about this.
Anything that just buffs the team: Predatory Sliver, Megantic Sliver, Might Sliver, Battle Sliver, Armor Sliver and Barbed Sliver, Blade Sliver, Bonesplitter Sliver, Muscle Sliver, and Sinew Sliver are all pretty cool, but a standout for me, a SUPER fun sliver to play: Firewake Sliver.
Abilities that aren't too broken include Blur Sliver, Belligerent Sliver, Cautery Sliver, Gemhide Sliver and Manaweft Sliver, Groundshaker Sliver, Heart Sliver, Leeching Sliver, Necrotic Sliver, Quick Sliver, Reflex Sliver, Sentinel Sliver, Striking Sliver, Syphon Sliver, Two-Headed Sliver, Venom Sliver.
Consider making this deck pauper? It would probably limit it enough to be fair.
10 months ago
The lack of card tags makes your post hard to read. :(
Chromatic Lantern - I know. When I posted this deck I wasn't sure if I had one available and was with little spare time to check. I do and I will add it.
Swords - Don't have them. Also, I don't think that a sliver deck needs them.
Sensei's Divining Top - That's adding insult to injury. I might add it.
Obelisk is part of the deck since day 1. :P
Coat of Arms - That's a card that fits the "redundancy" type of card. I might (most surely will) add it. I'm just unsure if I should run Coat or Door.
Training Grounds - Unfortunately I don't have a spare one. That's the only reason I'm not using it.
Bribery - None available. Not sure I'd want it in here either.
Amoeboid Changeling - Cute... Just unsure if I prefer that or Unnatural Selection which is on the deck. Ok. Selection can't be tutored and requires 1 mana... And... With Intruder Alarm the Changeling is better. I'm sold on that.
Diffusion Sliver - I prefer Root Sliver.
Clot Sliver - I was considering either Clot or Sedge Sliver. Sedge sounds better but it will have to depend on my ability to produce black mana. I need to playtest to check which I prefer. Sedge takes that slot for now.
Acidic Sliver - It's either this or Cautery Sliver... In a deck that might explode into infinite slivers, I might prefer Cautery.
Hibernation Sliver - It saves slivers, yes. It's on my sideboard from the start. I might add it, yes.
Ward Sliver - Taking the place of Shifting Sliver, yes.
Pulmonic Sliver - Is in right from the start.
Might Sliver - Might very well be added.
Fury Sliver - Bonescythe Sliver is better.
Hunter Sliver - Is on my maybe but am a bit unsure if I want to use it.
Crypt Sliver - Again, Sedge sounds better.
Yes, when you have the whole Magic spells available to you, cutting them to 100 cards (lands included) is a pain! This deck, although trying to make it fun will hardly ever see gameplay. When I show up a sliver deck my group will make a target. So I'll try to make it memorable for the few games where I bring it on. :)
on Sliver Rush
10 months ago
1 year ago
Honestly, just finding slivers that fit your needs is always helpful.
And my favorite combo piece and honorary sliver, Amoeboid Changeling is a must. He makes opponents threats into slivers and Overlord can steal them.
As a sliver EDH player, I can tell you that tons of slivers will be useful, but the ones I said are the ones I often tutor for, along with, as Mind said, good old Meathooks, Crystaline sliver.
1 year ago
Having spent the last few years with a beat down style sliver deck, not only was it not as effective as I wanted it to be, it was also getting a little stale...time to spice things up a little! Another important factor, Overlord is fantastic but also very slow - as it turns out, an 8 mana/5 colour tutor isn't exactly efficient. With these thoughts in mind, I've decided to give the deck a significant overhaul with 2 goals in mind: improve reliability + increase shenanigans.
I've taken out most of the pump slivers in favour of a few effective combo slivers. I've also learned that I need some disruption to avoid the hive mind's mortal enemy - board wipes. Anyway, here's the change list:
Out: Aphetto Dredging, Constricting Sliver, Cryptolith Rite, Distant Melody, Horned Sliver, Magma Sliver, Megantic Sliver, Might Sliver, Predatory Sliver, Root Sliver, Shared Animosity, Synapse Sliver, Telekinetic Sliver, Thorncaster Sliver, Toxin Sliver, Ward Sliver
In: Basal Sliver, Blur Sliver, Commander's Sphere, Counterspell, Crypt Sliver, Darksteel Ingot, Disallow, Dormant Sliver, Enlightened Tutor, Mystical Tutor, Paradox Engine, Quick Sliver, Swan Song, Voidslime, Wheel of Sun and Moon, Winged Sliver
I'm looking forward to seeing how this refreshed build performs.
1 year ago
Dake, thank you for your words of praise. The Queen is pleased. So why do I choose to utilize the lower CMC, smaller anthem slivers over the higher CMC larger anthem slivers? One word - efficiency. Might Sliver on it's own is a so-so at best creature. Paying for a 4/4 creature isn't worth it. The +2/+2 anthem effect also doesn't really justify the cost when you take Sinew or Muscle Sliver into consideration. Each costs (more or less) for a 2/2, and +1/+1 anthem effect. Rule of thumb in regards to anthem slivers - for every spent, you should get 2 power, 2 toughness, and one +1/+1 anthem effect (or other ability). Might Sliver is simply inefficient, and wastes mana. Megantic Sliver would be an example of a large creature that is efficient, but is irrelevant due to Sliver Legion.
In multiplayer matches, Sinew would definitely be low impact on it's own, but slivers do not fight in a vacuum and always show up in groups. Looking at things from a strictly CMC perspective, you could pay for Might Sliver to deal 4 damage per turn, or pay for Sinew and Sedge Sliver to deal 7 damage per turn. Roughly the same cost (with the right manabase, getting the right colors is irrelevant), but with more efficiency.
tldr - Lower CMC anthem slivers tend to give you more bang for your buck.