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Ranger of Eos
Creature — Human Soldier
When Ranger of Eos enters the battlefield, you may search your library for up to two creature cards with converted mana cost 1 or less, reveal them, and put them into your hand. If you do, shuffle your library.
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Ranger of Eos Discussion
20 hours ago
Maybe splash some white for Ranger of Eos to grab the Permeating Masses and maybe throw in some Mausoleum Wanderers as other targets and additional protection instead of running Vines of Vastwood. Thraben Inspector and Enclave Cryptologist would be decent ways to draw some more cards as well.
3 weeks ago
Saljen - Good point on the Lingering Souls. The reason I leave the Serra Ascendant in the sideboard is to see how Game 1 goes. Tends to work for me to keep more prison effects until I know what type of deck I'm playing against. If I'm able to gain life to 30, then I'll board them in. Otherwise, it feels like a dead card in my deck. Great thoughts on the Ranger of Eos being the card draw. I haven't found Arguel's to be worth it yet. Great tips.
4 weeks ago
You definitely want 4x Lingering Souls if you're splashing black. That's the primary reason to splash black in any soul sisters deck.
You're also missing Serra Ascendant, which is a primary win-con of soul sisters and really brings the deck together.
I'd recommend dropping Ghostly Prison, as that doesn't help your play style what-so-ever. Arguel's Blood Fast Flip is neat, but isn't going to win you any games. Draw in this deck comes from cards like Ranger of Eos and Soul Sisters. Oblivion Ring can probably be relegated to the side-board. It is useful, but not in every game, and it's an expensive effect for what it does.
4 weeks ago
Haven't gotten to play my version in paper yet, but this one looks a lot more aggressive than normal Martyr Proc decks, and I think the control aspect of traditional lists is the decks biggest strength. Many decks in modern fold to creature removal, and what are the most popular cards in modern? 1.) Lightning Bolt, 2.) Path to Exile, 3.) Snapcaster Mage, ect. Except most creature decks in modern aren't trying to combo (Trigger effects off lifegain) at the same time. I was stoked to see Resplendent Angel printed too, however I think it's more of a 1-2 of that can tick up the clock in the extremely grindy games the deck is known for. Let me know if this aggressive version does anything for you. Im going to stick with my Squadron Hawk and Ranger of Eos and Wrath of God and Ghostly Prisons.
1 month ago
Purphoros works really well for this deck. If you want a similar effect you can play sooner, think about Impact Tremors.
Also, Ranger of Eos can help you tutor out Norin and any of the Soul sisters. Sadly, the Ranger can't be recurred by Alesha, but still lets you tutor for two-thirds of your win-con.
2 months ago
I love this. Hot new take on Soul Sisters. I was thinking of a Soul Sisters Monument deck myself, using Oketra's Monument, Ballyrush Banneret, Squadron Hawk, and Legion Conquistador, and Ranger of Eos for a ramping card advantage package while going wide.
I really like the forecast card for card advantage though -- it makes a lot of sense in your build. I also like how you've planned on curving into an answer-me-now threat in Archangel of Thune. Traditional Soul Sisters lacks a blowout bomb like this. How has this been performing in Modern events?
2 months ago
Definitely don't run 4 Felidar Sovereign. You're going to want some card advantage engines as well, I'm a fan of Thraben Inspector and Ranger of Eos. Rest for the Weary and Chaplain's Blessing are not good cards. If you insist on running cards like that, I'd suggest Ritual of Rejuvenation and a cycled Renewed Faith as they replace themselves and let you dig deeper. Ajani Goldmane may be a planeswalker for you. I'm always in favor of more interaction, so i'd suggest cards like Oblivion Ring, Declaration in Stone, and Blessed Alliance. Dusk // Dawn might be a good sideboard card for you, while it hits a flipped rider, an ascendant, and a big kitty, it clears any meaningful blockers your opponent has and gets all your creatures (except the sovereign) back.
Mentor of the Meek could also be good
This isn't really the type of deck I usually play, but I hope it was at least a little helpful
2 months ago
Thank you for the input.
I see your point with Ranger of Eos but lately he has been useful in like 3 games in a row hehe, so that sometimes makes you misjudge the real value of a card.
And what about Kokusho? I have several sac outlets but not that much reanimation but I'm guessing he could work as a beater too. I'm thinking about Divinity of Pride as well.