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Mystic Remora Discussion
2 days ago
Any reason no foil Mystic Remora ;)? Great deck!
4 days ago
Some suggestions, since you said it feels kind of sloppy. Run more cantrips and counterspells, you can also run more of the unique ones since your commander reduces the cost and x cost spells becomes more value. Aside from that you can also run more card draw and ramp. I see that you have plenty of ways to go infinite mana.
Here might be some cards worth considering, Pull from Tomorrow, Expansion / Explosion, Bonus Round, Dig Through Time, Broken Ambitions, Clash of Wills, Delay, Disrupting Shoal, Ertai's Meddling, Mystic Remora, Rhystic Study, Logic Knot, Syncopate.
Hope that helps!
5 days ago
Any creatures over 3 CMC that gives infect should be cut out unless you really like their effects, on T4 average you should already have Atraxa out to start the proliferation of the poison counters. You can stall out the game using interaction type cards, if your playing in 4 player pods, consider cards like Evacuation, Aura of Silence, Mystic Remora.
IMO there are synergy between cards like Ichor Rats and Capsize when you have enough mana each turn to bounce the rat and recast them. Gives everyone a countdown and with support cards you run you can eliminate them either all at once, or the one who threatens your plan the most.
This is my mindset on a gameplan. Early game play at least one infect creature and start hitting everyone to gain the counters, while you do that set up either card draw engines or protection. Mid game cast Atraxa and start ticking up the counters, at this point you want to get your proliferation engines to make them really worried. If everything goes to plan you should be able to kill them before late game. However if it does go into late game you should be able to do protect your pieces, control the flow of the match, and than slowly tick their counters up.
So far I will say definitely invest in tutors like Vampiric Tutor, Worldly Tutor, Diabolic Intent, Imperial Seal (If you can get one), Idyllic Tutor (this one is a maybe), or Fabricate. After that card draw engines to refill resources like Sylvan Library, Phyrexian Arena, Necropotence (Only if your mana base can support the triple black). Interaction or Protection spells will be after, depending on which route you go, you can run cantrips while having Inexorable Tide out or ramp like crazy to activate Contagion Engine multiple times. It's up to you how ya wanna build your deck.
I hope these suggestions kind of help ya, feel free to ask me if ya have anymore ideas that may confuse you! :P
5 days ago
Mystic Remora is amazing card advantage if your playgroup isn't super heavy on creature spells.
Before I go further, though, I need to ask your budget and how powerful you want this deck. Depending on your answer, I can also make removal suggestions.
5 days ago
Here are some cards for the budget, since you are trying to cut down on some cards and add in more interaction.
Hope that helps!
6 days ago
You can try replace Kozilek with a reshuffle effect like Gaea's Blessing if you want an anti-mill effect, it also reduces chances of having a dead card in your hand. Also you can mess with people's graveyard or shuffle back cards that you want, plus it also cantrips.
Nature's Lore, Cultivate, Kodama's Reach are some ramp cards if you like. Mystic Remora is a card that offers huge CA as people are unlikely to pay an extra 4. Regrowth, Merchant Scroll, and Bring to Light are some additional fun cards that are quite useful imo.
Hopefully some of those cards will help!
1 week ago
Ah...good ol' fashioned Sliver Hate™. All I can say is that politically - you will be weak. Prepare to be targeted heavily during games "Because Slivers". Take it as a compliment, but prepare for the worst my friend. At least, that's my perspective from my own experience. I don't know how to start lol so i'll just talk about whatever.
Creatures: So you chose to include 33 creatures - making them about 1/3 of your deck. while it's nice to have Slivers, you are limiting yourself on spells that can help you interact more with players (i.e. counterspells and removal). Speaking of Slivers, you chose pretty much the best of the best. None of those horribly misguided attempts created during the Futuresight block - i'm looking at you Reflex Sliver. I would try to cut your Slivers down to about high 20's- Maybe 28-26.
Artifacts: You don't have enough mana rocks in this deck. Since you need to rock hard and fix your manabase, you need make some room here. If you're on a budget, you can always consider the Talismans from Mirrodin, Fellwar Stone, maybe Prismatic Geoscope (I mean, it's slow but it gets you WUBRG). Also, I know it's expensive now, but getting a Paradox Engine in your deck would pay in dividends. It's essentially a value engine that wins you the game if you have Gemhide Sliver + Heart Sliver.
Enchantments: Can't really argue with the choices you made here. If you ever feel like you're hurting on draw, maybe consider Mystic Remora? It's a great T1 drop.
Instants: Can't really argue with the choices you made here. Good stuff.
Sorceries: Also solid choices - I can see that you really enjoy creature control sneaking in Peer Pressure. But I say, why not cut to the chase and drop in Expropriate or Bribery? Who needs nuance when you partake in Blatant Thievery?
I've run out of time, but i'll add another post on your landbase, and what suggestions you could use there for a stable 5 color manabase on a budget.
1 week ago
Aaerys No problem!
Yes definitely keep the artifact synergy, honestly if you don't like the combo approach and want to go for the more interaction routes with fun things to play (like playing with other people's deck ;3) than I would suggest more protection, counterspells, artifact synergy, card draw, as well as interaction.
Here is a list of some additional cards that I found useful and within the $20 or less range.
These cards will make opponents less likely to hit you, or will at least slow them down enough for you to interact with them.
A couple more useful counters, best one I like to use for Sen Triplets is cards like Remand, Muddle (because the 2 cmc transmute comes in clutch), and Arcane Denial as it gives more options to choose from their hand.
Shimmer Myr and Raff Capashen are honestly auto include in my opinion, giving the ability to flash in your commander and not waiting to wait one whole turn before her upkeep effect is amazing, it also allows us to hold up mana to interact with other players before deciding what we can do. The curve is also great since Shimmer Myr is 3 cmc and Raff is 4 cmc, we can hold mana for our counterspells and interactions and if the coast is clear flash in Sen. Trophy Mage is for the redundancy that you have more than a likely chance of tutoring your Shimmer Myr or Crystal Shard (Shard always makes sure that your opponent will be reluctant to tap out and thus preventing them to cast more creature spells). Voltaic Key is there just for more fun shenanigans, I always like having them in these type of artifact decks. Academy Ruins is a card I would highly recommend investing into, it saves your artifacts, it allows recursion, and if the case where Sen dies, you won't have to consistently pay the tax for it with this card on the field.
On another note Paradox Engine is a powerful card, it allows you to gain extreme amount of value, hence the reason you would want to include more mana rocks into the deck. I added Aetherflux into list in the case you want to close out a game, since you are running Isochron Scepter already, adding in Dramatic Reversal will be your win con and also allows you to net infinite mana and play your opponents hand if you so would choose. The playstyle is all there for you to choose ;3
Some choice cards I like to use, Notion Thief is there for them really sneaky plays when there is a mass Windfall or if someone taps out for a burst draw. Sphinx is a high power card engine. The time warp is there for just pure value.
Some notable cards are like Snap, which untaps your land and bounces the creature back to their hand, pure value if its your turn next as now you will be able to cast that creature as well! Capsize is also a deadly card, as you can bounce their land and then play the land you bounced on your turn with Sen on the field, buyback is also killer (I have people scooped many times when I used this trick 1v1). Tower of Magistrate is really interesting against other people playing with artifacts (This auto de-quips voltron commanders!). A lot of these spells can also be copied on to Isochron Scepter making them extremely useful for you to control your opponent and allowing them what spells they can play, bouncing the spells you want to play from their deck, and removing the cards you don't like.
One more card which is a great mana rock.
Hopefully this gives you a better idea of a Control Sen Triplets shell, I think you can tell that this was one of my favorite decks before I retired her ;P