|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|War of the Spark (WAR)||Uncommon|
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As an additional to cast this spell, sacrifice a creature.
Search your library for a creature card with converted mana cost equal to 1 plus the sacrificed creature's converted mana cost, put that card onto the battlefield with an additional +1/+1 counter on it, then shuffle your library.
5 days ago
1 week ago
Hey, interesting brew.
Birthing Pod and Prime Speaker Vannifar seem like good repeatable sac outlet enablers for creatures to die while tutoring for other creatures putting them on the battlefield. Neoform and Eldritch Evolution are more tutors that also sac. These cards all give you value (another creature onto the battlefield) when you sac a creature which is helpful since you need creatures to sac to power Rayami. These cards can tutor for the better creatures allowing you to play less lackluster creatures who are here just to give Rayami abilities.
Rayami's ability cancels all dies triggers from nontoken creatures when they die. Cards like Blood Artist won't trigger when nontoken creatures die if Rayami is on the battlefield.
1 week ago
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2 weeks ago
I dont know much about competitive EDH because I am a casual player myself, this seems like a super strong rounded deck. I saw you have Neoform in your maybe cards have you thought about Eldritch Evolution ? its basically the same just costs 1 more mana and has a range of +2 instead of +1 but you don't get the +1/+1 counter. the redundancy might be useful if you decide its something you want. plus Eldritch Evolution can hit any creature in that range as opposed to having to pod up like Neoform does.
3 weeks ago
Pilli-Palla is a classic. Personally I like U/G so I can run Ancient Stirrings and coco, but there are decent lists for all U/x. Green is notable for access to Weather the Storm which helps every slower list in this deadly-fast meta. That said, mono blue is still viable and has the benifit of fighting through blood moon. The alternative strategies to support the scarecrow aren't super budget friendly mind.
Past that, we need to look at metagame. The metagame is fast and populated with unfair decks- graveyard strategies, Neoform, aggro strategies that try and race them, and disruption strategies designed to fight them. To get wins in a competitive meta, you will want to figure out a neiche in that you can fit into.
I'd reccomend becoming a deck that focusses on disruption until you can get your combo online- Remand is devastating against Neoform and tutoring for two cost artifacts gives you access to a wealth of tools- Sorcerous Spyglass , Damping Sphere , Dragon's Claw , Lightning Greaves , while Muddle the Mixture gives a second set of tutors (assuming you aren't looking at Whir of Invention , Reshape and friends).
4 weeks ago
Sarkhan420X: my apologies, that was definitely a bit poorly worded.
I meant that Horizons didn't do either side justice. I personally don't like the attempt to directly shake up Modern with a set built for it, but they made the attempt, and it appears to have solved little anyways.
As for WAR, the most obvious example are the new planeswalkers - most notably new Narset, Teferi, and Karn, which are seeing play in Modern, Legacy, and Vintage (and in my opinion causing more harm than good in those formats).
Dreadhorde Arcanist was partially responsible for a resurgence in Legacy Delver. Blast Zone revived interest in many land-based strategies and caused a further decline in Modern Grixis Death's Shadow (I believe the popular deck using Shadow nowadays is Esper with Mentor and Unearth). Neoform is the basis of a new Modern combo deck that people are watching carefully in case it proves problematic. I think there are a couple of other examples I missed or am not aware of.
Less notably, some classic staples were also replaced, including the legendary Diabolic Edict finally being supplanted by Liliana's Triumph and Return to Nature obsoleting the oft-printed Naturalize .
1 month ago
Well, maybe Neoform . If you open your eyes just a little bit, it looks like a turtle. And it gives you flexibility.
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