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Embalm (, Exile this card from your graveyard: Create a token that's a copy of it, except it's a white Zombie Cat with no mana cost. Embalm only as a sorcery.)
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Sacred Cat Discussion
4 days ago
1 week ago
Lemme sugest you some good shit my boi: Leonin Vanguard, Sacred Cat, Steppe Lynx, Wild Nacatl, Brimaz, King of Oreskos (bit out-of-Budget but an absolute lad), Qasali Ambusher and everyone's favourite pussy, my dude AJANI. Ajani, Mentor of Heroes, Ajani Vengeant and Ajani, Adversary of Tyrants are my hottest takes but since there are plenty of Ajanis and all fit in a midrange creature-based deck you can choose a more budget option. Hope it helped you!
2 weeks ago
And of course everyones favourite kitty! (There's a lot of Ajanis and all of them fits in a midrange-creature based deck so up to you but this two are my preferences) Ajani, Mentor of Heroes, Ajani, Adversary of Tyrants
1 month ago
Nice deck idea Maanya ! I like the deck but feel there could be some tweaks that the deck would benefit from! I don't play standard much but I have a few suggestions about some creatures you could possibly run. Sacred Cat if you don't draw your Healer's Hawk then this would also be good!
Adorned Pouncer double strike on turn 2? I think that's pretty useful, and having Ajani, Adversary of Tyrants would def make this pretty nasty. As well as being able to bring both these cards back if they were to die is a kicker!
Famished Paladin a dope beat stick early game and it has synergy with the different cards that allow you to gain life, effectively giving it vigilance.
Daring Skyjek another potentially nasty card considering you're swinging with multiple creatures a turn.
Everdawn Champion for 3 cmc you may effectively take on a blocker or have your opponent use a removal spell on this card every turn! Who wouldn't want a creature that doesn't die through combat, for 3 cmc I'd say this is a fair trade off.
3 months ago
3 months ago
Hey! I just tested a few games with it, and it got ran over pretty hard by aggro/burn decks.
Your creature curve is pretty harsh--only total of 6 creatures all the way up to the 3-slot. Authority of the Consuls is a good way to mitigate this a little bit, but not quite enough on its own. There are a handful of good white creatures out there in the 1-2-3 slot that could work with your ETB/Panharmonicon theme. Shield Mare, Sunscourge Champion, for example give you some more early plays, or even just a set of Seal Away or Baffling End to keep you alive until turn 5. Even a couple of Sacred Cats could go a long way to keeping you from dying to Bomat Courier. Knight of Grace could also be sweet--great blocker in the 2-slot. Since you're playing the Tribal bonuses in Radiant Destiny and Vanquisher's Banner (presumably putting them on Angel), you probably want Shalai, Voice of Plenty. Even without the ETB trigger, she is a great angel, and keeps your other angels hexproofed.
It's a cool shell, and a great synergy plan, but overall I found it a little inconsistent and very weak to aggressive decks. Maybe go down the one Bishop of Binding and go up the 4th Fairgrounds Warden.
In general, try to use more 4-ofs! If the card is central to the deck's strategy, play all 4 copies! If your curve is too high, then pick the one that works best. If Angel of Sanctions is your key gameplan, then use all 4 and go down the other angels that aren't AS good. This will just help your deck play more consistently--you'll get the drops you really want more often.
Keep it up!
4 months ago
I've been running this deck for a few weeks now on MTG online ( 90% identical ) and my only problem is getting out of a stalemate which Suspicious Bookcase fixed for me.
4 months ago
Thanks for commenting!
Dropping Sacred Cat is a no-go. It's a good card in its own right (even if Legion's Landing Flip would be slightly better), plus we need a high density of 1-drops to be able to drop our hand efficiently. Sunscorched Desert is basically not a land for us since so few of our cards use colorless mana. If it doesn't come into play untapped and make White mana, we can't run it as a land. I've been consistently unimpressed with Oketra the True. She just gets chumped or hit by Vraska's Contempt, and 4 mana is too much to put into her for that. Suspicious Bookcase doesn't really work with our plan; it's too slow and not aggressive enough, plus few of our creatures are big enough to be worth it. I'd rather just have any of our other 2-drops. I could see a case for Djeru's Renunciation but since we usually need a few hits to punch through for the win, I'd rather just have Cast Out. It's more versatile.