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Rings of Brighthearth
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Rings of Brighthearth Discussion
2 days ago
Basalt Monolith and Rings of Brighthearth would really help for an infinite mana combo, then if you're running those two, I would recommend two of each, you can put in a few Trophy Mages to pull them from your deck.
5 days ago
I can believe i forgot to recommend a few cards to get more uses out of your walkers
6 days ago
6 days ago
no Rings of Brighthearth for feldon copied activations?
1 week ago
I love Feldon as a commander but I really think your missing a couple fun things.
Magus of the Wheel is really good for card draw, and you can bring it back at any time.
And also, while just one Feldon effect is great, why not Rings of Brighthearth and Illusionist's Bracers ? Cant go wrong with the late game of tapping Feldon and making three tokens of three creatures instead of just one.
2 weeks ago
It seems like you've got almost everything you would normally want in a combo deck (I'm not a combo player at heart, just a dabbler so I could easily be wrong though!).
As a rule of thumb I would say 'if it's not one of my combo pieces, it has to help me get to my combo pieces' - ie 1) cheap rocks so you can keep paying for draw spells (even better if they are free mox types), 2) all the usual 'don't usually bother playing these in EDH' draw spells Ponder, Preordain, Brainstorm etc, 3) cheap counters to protect you going off definitely including Pact of Negation, and 4) 'Tutors'. You've got quite a lot of all of these...
To try to be faster?
You could go heavier on the digging by including more Cathartic Reunion effects to just dig dig dig.
Also in the Mana category you could use red 'Rituals' Seething Song, Infernal Plunge that Spellseeker who has done her job. Infinite mana? Basalt Monolith & Rings of Brighthearth but that's only colorless, there's always something with Palinchron but that might be too slow.
Finally the only particularly odd inclusion I see straight off is Battle Rampart - any reason you're going with that over other things? If it was me I'd use something that can give old NivMiz haste the same turn;
Doesn't have to be creature based - Expedite even replaces itself.
So yeah, a non-combo players take on what wants to be a tuned combo deck... Might not be a world of help but it was fun at least for me to give my perspective!
2 weeks ago
A few of things...
One, I don't really know what your win-con in this deck is... I see a bunch of combos none of them lead to a win, the only win-con I see is combat damage, and that's not very... Blue.
Two, I think Talrand, Sky Summoner, Baral, Chief of Compliance, and Training Grounds are wasted cards in this deck. You have a total of 16 ways to trigger Talrand, and 16 spells Baral can reduce cost on only 9 of which get a trigger from Baral. With Training Grounds there is only 7 creatures that the enchantment affect which your commander IS NOT apart of... That means a majority of the time that card is a dead card.
Three, Why Kira? Of all the blue creatures, and all the blue strategies; creatures are blue's weakest.
Last thing, this is a card suggestion, Blue Sun's Zenith. With all the infinite mana combo you have you can just straight make someone draw their entire library. Speaking of infinite mana combos, Peregrine Drake + Deadeye Navigator, and Rings of Brighthearth + Basalt Monolith might be worth considering.
3 weeks ago
I think the Rings of Brighthearth + Cabal Coffers + Deserted Temple works with 4 swamps as the absolute minimum. you use 2 swamps to cabal and add 4 mana first with 2 swamps still untapped, use 3 of that mana to do temple and rings with 1 left over, tap 1 more swamp to cabal coffers again after the first temple ability goes off, then after the second you're left with 6 and 1 swamp untapped, which means you net +1 mana every cycle of this, and can go infinite, though it takes a long time