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Rings of Brighthearth
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Rings of Brighthearth Discussion
16 hours ago
Have you considered playing Kuldotha Forgemaster, Purphoros, God of the Forge and Anointed Procession to finish easier with Incubator?Since you are running artifact base, Basalt Monolith and Rings of Brighthearth to get infinite mana?
1 day ago
2 days ago
The only combo I included was Bloodchief Ascension and Mindcrank since it works well with Mogis and I'm not sure it'd fit here. You could use Rings of Brighthearth(edit: wow, these are expensive now!) and Basalt Monolith for infinite mana since both pieces work for the deck on their own.
Those are the best I can think of atm.
3 days ago
Kaleo42 Cheers! Mikaeus actually doesn't work with Ballista as well as Triskelion where you're trying to kill a table. Ballista will come back as a base 1/1 with Mikaeus. In order to remove everything and make it die, you'd have to deal 1 damage to itself, so I'd need to keep spending to add a counter just to kill it. You could infinitely loop death triggers via Blood Artist or Zulaport Cutthroat or Bitter Ordeal. But if I were to add all those, it seems like Basalt Monolith + Rings of Brighthearth should be more than enough to give Ballista enough to deal lethal to everyone.
On top of that, it'd feel real bad to reveal a 6cmc to Ad Nauseam.
4 days ago
Looks good, and a lot of fun, too! I designed a similar deck and have some suggestions that might interest you.
Firstly, I think any EDH deck that's three or more colours ought to run City of Brass and Mana Confluence! They're basically Command Towers two and three. You definitely don't want to get colour screwed in a planeswalker-heavy deck.
Savor the Moment is great in these kinds of decks, since it's three mana to use all of your planeswalker abilities again. Speaking of which, Rings of Brighthearth lets you double planeswalker abilities for apiece, though the card is somewhat pricey. You might like Contagion Clasp, Contagion Engine, Thrummingbird and/or Inexorable Tide for the extra proliferation (and removal!)
Maybe consider making room for something like Wrath of God, Supreme Verdict or Hallowed Burial, since all of your board wipes other than Toxic Deluge are six mana or more. You can try Humility or Peacekeeper to keep creatures in check for the long-term, though the former can sabotage your own plans sometimes and the latter is very easy to kill. And if you don't mind being mean, Armageddon is pretty great if you can secure the board with a planeswalker or two!
And don't forget that as of recently, Planeswalkers all count as Legendary permanents! It doesn't make much difference, but now you can tutor them up with Captain Sisay and Thalia's Lancers, recur them with Yomiji, Who Bars the Way, and even tap them for mana with Honor-Worn Shaku. Pretty neat, no?
6 days ago
Thanks a lot Bababad!!!Your recommendations are very useful. Archangel of Thune might be horrible to my opponents if I keep it on board. I already knew Rings of Brighthearth but did not thought about it when I built this deck. It can be very VERY strong indeed. I didn't know Rhox Faithmender and I think I'll put it in this deck (I just have to find something to put ouf it before lul. I'm not sure about using Sublime Archangel but I'll keep it in the sideboard to make some tests. You're right about Toxic Deluge. Yet, I don't have this deck anymore and I'll certainly not be able to buy every cards. Then, I think I will use Bontu's Last Reckoning (because I already have it) at the begining. However, I'll run Toxic Del later.Nim Deathmantle looks nice. I'll look at it.
Thanks again for your suggestion, it's really appreciated!
6 days ago
Seems like an extremely fun brew with a lot of synergy :)
Just have a few recommendations:
Rings of Brighthearth lets you double vona's removal without hemorrhaging too much life (you only pay the 7 original life and double the effect). Pricey, but just integrated it into my Ayli, Eternal Pilgrim edh deck and double exiling has been extremely satisfying
Archangel of Thune seems like it would help build up your army and your life buffer with ease. It just got reprinted so it finally has dropped in price.
Rhox Faithmender could provide a fat blocking butt early game and supplement your lifegain substantially
Sublime Archangel a pet card I try sneaking into most orzhov brews just because of how punchy and aggressive it is early/mid game.
Finally, Nim Deathmantle lets you utterly abuse your etb's (namely Sun Titan and Kokusho, the Evening Star) by essentially being a 1 card recursion engine, so long as you have the mana to use with it.
1 week ago
I want to see more Voyaging Satyr pieces in this deck (i.e. Argothian Elder) to make the 'critical turn' more consistent. On this line of thought, ways to untap these creatures seems reasonable, Scryb Ranger comes to mind. I know that it has been suggested before, bringing it to your attention again: Rude Awakening (I can see it being to much win more).
I agree with hoard's suggestion of Rings of Brighthearth, for the above reasons and that it also works with garruk and Voyaging Satyr-type-abilities. I'm assuming it is not already in the deck for the same reason crucible of worlds is notably missing.
I'm not convinced of Wolfbriar Elemental, appears weaker than avenger and that given a choice you would rather dig further for avenger than play wolfbriar.