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|Commander 2017 (C17)||Common|
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Creature — Cat Wizard
Exalted (Whenever a creature you control attacks alone, that creature gets +1/+1 until end of turn.)
, Sacrifice Qasali Pridemage: Destroy target artifact or enchantment.
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Qasali Pridemage Discussion
20 hours ago
1 day ago
Are you open for cards outide of the recent standard environment? There are some great cats and tribal cards which you could use in this purrfect deck!
Brimaz, King of Oreskos might interest you, since he produces kittens to boost your Pride Sovereign! Fleecemane Lion is a powerful feline. I would definately find a home for them! Qasali Pridemage is super good, providing removal and exalted! Steppe Lynx is very good with fetchlands, speaking of, you might want Temple Garden , Windswept Heath and maybe even a Gavony Township perhaps! Cavern of Souls if you're feeling particularly wealthy hehe. as well as Mutavault! Its always gonna be a cat :)
Radiant Destiny might be a good anthem effect for this deck since it looks like you might be able to get ascend pretty easily.
6 days ago
Nice budget Counters Company build! I notice you're a little over 60 cards, so if you need to make room you can probably cut Sylvan Caryatid (as one of your slower mana dorks; also a Push or Bolt that goes into a mana dork is one that doesn't go into a combo piece, so the hexproof doesn't buy much), and Fiend Hunter seems like something that belongs more in the sideboard (you're gonna feel silly playing that main against Ad Nauseam or Storm).
According to most of the Counters Company lists I'm looking at, a lot of them seem to be eschewing Melira in favor of a full pack of Viziers, so if you need to trim some budget for the cards I'm about to recommend, that might be a start. If you want to run checklands, then I'd definitely recommend you slip either some shock lands (which are actually kinda cheap comparatively) or Evolving Wilds so you can find the basics you need.
Duskwatch Recruiter Flip is an amazing card for finding your combo pieces, and goes infinite with Devoted Druid. A singleton Walking Ballista works well too and can be another wincon if you feel like you need one.
As far as sideboard stuff goes, you should be aiming to just build a toolbox that you can go to for whatever the matchup is. Storm? Eidolon of Rhetoric and David Bowie. Affinity/Tron? Reclamation Sage and Qasali Pridemage. Dredge/Living End/Graveyard shenanigans? Nihil Spellbomb and Scooze. Burn? Burrenton Forge-Tender and Selfless Spirit. Most of these cards you don't need more than one or two copies of, and a lot of them are pretty cheap (as in no more than $5).
Let me know if this helps. Good luck!
6 days ago
1 week ago
Spirits those are some fair points. You underestimate Felidar Cub though. The ever-present threat of =destruction is often more valuable than destroying something outright. Similar to Qasali Pridemage, Felidar Cub dissuades people from playing their big scary enchantments. For the enchantments already on the board, it becomes a lot easier to leverage alliances when you can so easily kill something they value with something you don't value.
Leonin Relic-Warder undermines the best part of the cat deck: the cats are cheap and disposable while still mustering big power through equipment and Arahbo. With just one or two cats in reserve, you can quickly recover after a board wipe. Leonin Relic-Warder makes you protective and afraid of those board wipes though. I don't want to care if my cats die, which is exactly why Felidar Cub is so good. I don't care if it dies because that's his ultimate purpose, and everyone else knows it too. You can throw Felidar Cub into any situation with complete abandon and still exact value out of him. Need him to chump block something? No problem, just block and sacrifice. Somebody playing a board wipe? No problem just sacrifice him. With Leonin Relic-Warder you gotta coddle him so he doesn't die, no thanks.
1 week ago
I used to play a similar deck a while ago, so i can give some tips.
This deck is sweet, but i think it might try too many things at once.
I love Arlinn Kord Flip , but shes a whacky walker for sure. She always felt like a win more walker, so i would recommend to go for something else. Domri Rade used to be a powerhouse in standard, and he's still a good walker for 3cmc. His +1 lets you find the pieces you need, and the -2 is great because your creatures are usually bigger than your opponents. You get him as early as turn two, so i think hes the stronger pick. Elspeth, Knight-Errant is also a great choice, she really pushes your opponent fast.
1 week ago
I like Qasali Pridemage because of the Exalted, and the secondary ability, which also does Artifacts (and Enchantments)
I like Enlightened Ascetic because he ETB destroys an enchantment.
I don't like Felidar Cub because he has no primary abilities, and has to sacrifice to activate (worst of the bunch), I would exclude him. Cats aren't the police of the board, can't do everything!
I'd rather have a Leonin Relic-Warder over a Felidar Cub, because he exiles, think Purphoros, God of the Forge. Plus Leonin Relic-Warder can have combos built around him with Oblivion Ring where they flicker each other in and out.
My thoughts anyway.