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Creature — Human Pirate
When Prosperous Pirates enters the battlefield, create two colorless Treasure artifact tokens with "t, Sacrifice this artifact: Add one mana of any color to your mana pool."
Prosperous Pirates Discussion
3 months ago
Bitterbub Actually it isn't slow at all due to the lands I chose. Surprisingly I have more problems agaist midrange and control due to the lack of removals. Usually after one or two
well timed, the aggro opponent concedes.
I always have a pile of treasure tokens aside so usually I can use Vona's Hunger on turn 4 or 5 with full potencial. But yes, this card is better against an army of big creatures or early against only 1 big creature.
Actually my deck has many Shock . I use Makeshift Munitions instead of Shock and Lightning Strike against small creatures, and I combine Makeshift Munitions with Fathom Fleet Cutthroat , Angrath, the Flame-Chained or Captivating Crew against big creatures.
The inicial idea was build a deck only with Ixalan and Rivals of Ixalan cards. But I accept card suggestions from any set. Which removal card would you recomend? I thought maybe exchange Prosperous Pirates for Admiral Beckett Brass ... But hardly never I could cause combat damage with 3 pirates... Though this card would help to crew Conqueror's Galleon Flip earlier. Or I could exchange one Vona's Hunger for another Angrath, the Flame-Chained .
Yes. Unknown Shores is a shitty mana-fixer but is faaaast! Fast like a basic land. All my lands enter the battlefield untapped. My deck is mostly creatures and artifacts so with Unclaimed Territory I have no problems casting most of my cards. For the noncreature spells I use the treasure tokens to cast the cheaper ones. I always have a pile of treasure tokens.
3 months ago
You're on the right track for sure, you just need to focus in on what you want to do and cut the stuff you don't need. First, I would cut all the pirate cards; treasure tokens are great but cards like Prosperous Pirates are slow and inefficient, even for edh. Ruthless Knave is fine, but the rest are dead weight. You also don't need them for Revel in Riches to work; Torment of Hailfire can yield the same results under the right circumstances. I would also cut Archaeomancer , Saheeli's Artistry , Kaya's Ghostform , Grave Betrayal , Awaken the Erstwhile and Vraska, Relic Seeker ; you just don't need them.
Sultai is all about value, and Muldrotha is really just a big fat value engine, so the question to ask yourself is: "what can I get the most value out of for the least amount of effort?" Cards like Baleful Strix , Sidisi, Undead Vizier , and Acidic Slime can work wonders in Muldrotha. You can also run Siren Stormtamer and Glen Elendra Archmage to lock down your board state.
I would switch out Glaring Spotlight for Arcane Lighthouse if possible. Satyr Wayfinder instead of Elvish Rejuvenator , you want stuff in your yard, not at the bottom of your deck. If you can afford them, Waterlogged Grove and Nurturing Peatland would yield some good value. And finally, I don't know how strict your play group is about color symbols, but technically you can't play Kaya, Bane of the Dead in here. Edh follows a strict adherence to color identity, and Kaya having white mana symbols in her cost technically means you can't play her with a BUG commander. If you really want to play her, I would clear it with your play group first, although I think you'd be better off running Kiora, Master of the Depths instead.
Hope this helps.
5 months ago
Another really evocative deck! Mirage Mirror could be a fun add if you wanted to give Perseus and his shield a shout-out in the deck.
The gemstones/jewelry ramp was a really creative touch that I really liked. Really makes the flavor come through. Have you considered the new treasure token cards? Cards Vraska, Relic Seeker , Spell Swindle , Revel in Riches , Prosperous Pirates , and Depths of Desire could add a fun secondary win condition in Revel in Riches and would help the mana out a lot too! The pirate theme in the treasure cards isn't necessarily on flavor, for sure, but they could represent the maritime aspect of ancient Greece?
1 year ago
For another wincon you'll definitely want a Mechanized Production.
I love the pirate tribal! +1 I run my pirate deck with Marchesa as commander.
1 year ago
What do you think of cards like Evil Twin or Prosperous Pirates. Both of them offer some nice blink options. The turn you play the pirates they generate four treasure tokens if you blink them almost paying for themselves as well as providing more mana over time if you go for it. You can get a ton of health from Angelic Chorus with some nice combos like an eerie interlude providing a huge sum of hp after dodging a wipe or panharmonicon doubling the triggers for nice amounts of life. A really nice removal creature is Phyrexian Ingester hitting your opponents with exiles. Personally I love running Sepulchral Primordial to grab a bunch of my enemies creatures.
1 year ago
Deadeye Plunderers still looks weak here. Without evasion, it’s just a 3/3 treasure producer for 5.
I honestly can think of a deck it would shine against. Zahid has flying, scarab god is scarab god and still plays well in control, Prosperous Pirates will Net you treasures and is a good body- as is Sailor of Means. Twilight Prophet is a good card draw/ drain life that can help push the mid game to late game victory. Gifted Aetherborn are a cheap body for attack deterants against small aggro.
Just all of those options would fit into the plunderers spot with better value for your game plan, but I would consider Zahid to answer a turn 3 Heart of Kiran or turn 5 Lyra Dawnbringer that will often hit the board.
1 year ago
stensiagamekeeper thanks for the feedback :)
Saheeli's Artistry definitely is cool and I agree it'll put on quite the show. I've been looking at some other brawl decks and majority of them do seem quite aggro. SO to make Saheeli's Artistry good I need to find other ways to slow down the game until I have the mana I need. Sailor of Means and Prosperous Pirates may help with the ramp and take a hit to the chin to help Saheeli's Artistry succeed.
I'm open for suggestions, I'm gonna play test as much suggestions as I can :)
1 year ago
I've had an indomitable deck for the last 10 weeks, Mardu Creativity, and it's been fairly competitive, taking 1st place at Store Championship this past weekend, winning FNMs, getting top 16 at a PPTQ which is not the best, but not too bad for how rogue it is. I started with the deck using - Ghalta, Primal Hunger- Samut, Voice of Dissent- Goring Ceratops
Then I switched Samut for regisaur alpha , because that gave me extra damage and all the creatures I was bringing out were dinos anyway.
They enter, Prosperous Pirates makes 4 treasures of the panharm, you sac them to a double-fabricated Marionette Master for 28 lifeloss at instant speed. This combo works better for me simply because it avoids messy combat phases where you can get Settled or whatever.
My deck uses a lot more creature tokens than yours, but I still believe the Marionette Combo is stronger, especially since you're bound to have excess treasure lying around wherever.
I would suggest Trove of Temptation because it's such a strong treasure generator with the combo, and can get out of control.
The other thing is if you draw your wincons, you have no way to win. For my deck, I at least have a swarm of creatures that can be pumped with Shefet Dunes, and casting Cut / Ribbons from graveyard for X=their life can also work when I have enough treasures.
Sorry if I spent more time "advertising" my deck, I'm very tired. My point is, your version is very linear, and while the control and scry help you with consistency, you can lose the game simply by topdecking one of your 3 creatures, which there is a slightly over 50% chance of doing before turn 6.
Whether you change the deck color archetype doesn't matter as much as adding in backup win conditions. Riddleform can be ruthless, but keep in mind dies to pushes and whatnot. Maybe add in some strong lategame burn like Jaya's Immolating Inferno (once Dominaria drops of course). That's just my 2 cents, sorry for any rambling/ patronizing.
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