Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Custom Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Modern Legal
Arena Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Standard Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Brawl Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Core Set 2019 (M19) Common

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You gain 3 life.

Draw a card.

Revitalize Discussion

Silverdrake on Tempered Steel

1 month ago

Maybe consider replacing the Ixalan's Bindings and Prison Realms with some more inexpensive (mana wise) removal like Condemn or Blessed Alliance . I agree with Xerxez that you should up your count on plating and vault skirge. Also consider Springleaf Drum - it allows you to cast your tempered steel a lot easier and even might allow you to dip a few cards into other colors between it and glimmervoid.

Sideboard is vastly dependent on what you're playing against, so for this I'll assume your friends are playing a wide variety of current meta decks. Graveyard decks are huge right now, so you'll want some yard hate like Rest in Peace or Relic of Progenitus . 5c humans is still big, and they're definitely faster than you. Whipflare is a great way to sweep their legs out from under them in the early turns so you can overwhelm them. It can also come in against a number of other decks that you just can't beat in a race (like goblins or elves, for example). Some inexpensive artifact removal like Wear or Ancient Grudge can also be invaluable. Revoke Existence is another option if you're determined to stay mono-white. Tron is still big because it's Tron so of course it's big. That same cheap artifact removal is great for sniping their maps before they can activate them, or even eating a wurmcoil as a makeshift removal spell. You also have Damping Sphere , which is just hilarious if you can land it against them. Also works nicely against storm and to a lesser extent Phoenix. Company combo shouldn't be too hard for you since you can already snipe their pieces with Walking Ballista, but you could try Ghirapur AEther Grid if you're having trouble with the matchup. Against burn I guess you just cry? Whipflare has some potential in that matchup but not much... Something like Revitalize , potentially? You don't have a lot of good options there. And for the mirror match just bring in that same artifact removal I mentioned before.

Whatever you decide to do, good luck and have fun!

musicman3310 on B/W Control Exile

1 month ago

Dawn of Hope can combo with Fountain of Renewal but Fountain is a meh card. You can use Treasure Map  Flip, I personally used to doubt this card but people will literally counter this with a Syncopate which shows how much advantage it gains you. There's also the simple draw spells of Discovery / Dispersal which you already have listed, Revitalize / Ritual of Rejuvenation , and Sword-Point Diplomacy .

CalmChip on Mardu Control WAR

2 months ago

Hmm, I am not a fan of Bell-haunt as a way to deal with RDW. RDW Average speed is turn 4, which if you are on the draw, leaves you with 3 mana to try to stay alive. RDW is probably the strongest deck in standard right now, the only deck able to consistently win vs it is Esper Control. Gosh RDW in standard has the power level of Modern decks 2 years ago. If you need to gain life, I would recommend Revitalize instead.

Angrath vs Sarkhan in control matchup? I really don't know about it. At least Sarkhan generates a board presence as soon as he hits the board. I feel Angrath should be your go to against Hydroid Krasis related deck, such has Sultai and Nexus(some list).

I just feel the only way we have to deal with RDW atm is either - Play x4 Fountain and x4 Revitalize, hope to draw at least 50% of them in the top 10. - Play the Wildgrowth package, hope to draw them. - Play tons of counterspell and lifegain (Hi Esper Control). We can always hope they flood in a 18-20 lands deck.

Dead2Value7theredo on orzhov lifegain agroish

2 months ago

this deck might have an issue with draw power so I recommend Revitalize and Dawn of Hope to remedy that and dawn can actually help with the aggro part of your deck in the late game

Aragon_Neotrix on Teyo is super cute, okay? (WAR Standard)

2 months ago

Okay then since you are keen on this

River's Rebuke deals with any deck including control, preventing a amass (heh) of powerful walkers

Narset, Parter of Veils should definitely be in the sideboard for preventing control from refilling their hand but maybe in the mainboard since you only run 3 creatures

Rather than Revitalize try Depose / Deploy the first side stops aggro a bit and replaces itself and the second side gets you evasive tokens, blockers and gains you life at instant speed

VampiricJace on Orzhov exile bomb

2 months ago

Hello there!

Just a few thoughts regarding cards in your deck:

  • Gideon, the Oathsworn (and it's sorcery-associated card), Wanderer's Strike , is slow garbage and overcosted. Take them out.
  • Despark would be better as a sideboard card, as many aggro decks have most of their deck under 3 CMC.
  • Gideon's Triumph has the same issue as Despark. Problem against aggro decks going wide. Would take this out entirely, and not even sideboard it.

A few thoughts you should consider adding:

VampiricJace on esper control (WAR standard)

2 months ago

A few cards I cannot emphasize enough how well they fit into Esper Control:

  • God-Eternal Kefnet is straight value with a decent floor and a ludicrous ceiling in this archetype.
  • Revitalize and it's incremental life gain is far more useful the you'd think, and will help you stabilize
  • Enter the God-Eternals One of the best cards from WAR for Esper. Straight value. 5 mana for a 4/4 body (since you have no other Amass), creature removal, and gain life? Don't pass it up.

You may also consider Kasmina, Enigmatic Mentor , who creates chump blockers, a board pseudo-hexproof, and looting? You need this. I'd replace Ashiok, Dream Render for her.

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