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Seal of Cleansing
Sacrifice Seal of Cleansing: Destroy target artifact or enchantment.
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Seal of Cleansing Discussion
4 days ago
I have done this already with great effect running Thalia, Heretic Cathar. Most white enchantments carry brutal control options that rival if not over power blue control in the commander metas I have seen. Ghostly Prison, Sphere of Safety, Solemnity, Spirit Mantle, Land Tax, Martyr's Bond, Opalescence, Aura of Silence, Parallax Wave, Worship, Seal of Cleansing, Idyllic Tutor, Enlightened Tutor, Academy Rector, Replenish, and I could go on.
1 week ago
Alrighty then. For starters I think you are too concerned with mana fixing. In my experience in playing many games of commander what you have is straight overkill. So I would ditch the panoramas and the Warped Landscape, the Transguild Promenade, Shimmering Grotto, Rupture Spire, the Manalith, and Selesnya Keyrune. You really won't need them. I would replace the lands with basics/ and lands like Fortified Village,Canopy Vista, Temple of Plenty, Temple Garden, Selesnya Guildgate. And then for the Manalith and Keyrune drop them for Kodama's Reach and some other enchantments that I will mention below. You will probably want to run as few artifacts as possible for an enchantress build also. I say this because of one of the recommendations that I have. And now onto the card recommendations
First off for the 11 missing cards I will recommend the following as options (emphasis on options, some of these are pricey which is why so many options): Solitary Confinement, Sylvan Library, Exploration, Open the Vaults, Replenish, Green Sun's Zenith, Worship, Ajani's Chosen, Enlightened Tutor, Eternal Witness, Commune with the Gods, Blind Obedience, Authority of the Consuls, Eladamri's Call, Abundant Growth, Utopia Sprawl, Witchbane Orb , Ground Seal, Grand Abolisher, Nyx-Fleece Ram, Sigarda, Host of Herons, Nylea, God of the Hunt, Heliod, God of the Sun, Seal of Cleansing, Kismet, Soul Snare, Sigarda, Heron's Grace, Courser of Kruphix, Prison Term, Starfield of Nyx, opalessence, Overgrowth, and lastly Stony Silence. Stony Silence is a powerful card that excels in commander. Although at the cost of your artifacts activations. I personally like it for an enchantress build. And remember I am not saying that these are end all be all cards but they are in my experience very useful. And since you have options you can just pick and choose what you like and don't like
I also have some ideas for things you should cut from the deck. Things like Nissa, Vastwood Seer Flip, yeah she's cool and all but she doesn't really fit well with the deck and she can die easily and that can be a hassle. Another card which I would cut is White Sun's Zenith, it takes a lot of mana just for some kitty cats and I it does not perform that well in general. Another card I feel is under performing is Archetype of Endurance, personally Asceticism is better if you are concerned about that. And lastly I feel torn about Celestial Archon. I feel like he has potential but I am uncertain.
Ok that is all I have to say! I think anyways... regardless take some time and think about what it is you want to do with what I have recommended. Of course as always the final choice is yours. Please tell me your thoughts after you have mulled it over!
1 month ago
I have a few suggestions to give this deck some more oomph. For more removal I'd recommend; Path to Exile, Seal of Cleansing, Abolish, Return to Dust, Tariff, Mass Calcify, Fell the Mighty, Harsh Mercy, Cast Out, Grasp of Fate, and World Queller.
A fun thing to note about your commander is that he has first strike. To exploit this you could give him deathtouch through, Basilisk Collar, Gorgon Flail, and Gorgon's Head. If you equip any of these three to your commander and you have three additional creatures attacking you can force your opponent to block your commander with three of their biggest creatures, and since your commander has first strike and death touch the opponent's creatures end up dying while your commander lives.
1 month ago
Masterwork of Ingenuity
Neglected Heirloom Flip
Nahiri, the Lithomancer
1 month ago
Yesterday, the possibility of bluffing strategies came into my mind. We all know that some card games usually include psychological strategies (Poker, etc.). In my opinion also Magic t.G.
So, what if we cast Revelation for instance, while we have a lot of removal spells in our hands. Would not create this a psychological pressure for opponents because they know that you can counter or remove their spells? Maybe this "remove-revealing" strategy could prevent them from playing their combos?
I have an similar strategy-example: My opponent played Vedalken Shackles, so I had the really huge problem to cast my Master of Cruelties but had no removal spells. This situation was very bad for me because he slowed me down and killed me with very simple life loss effects.
This leads me to an another point. Let us assume that we cast Seal of Doom and/or Seal of Cleansing instead of revealing our hand. I think this can create a similar effect. Would you prefere this strategy more than the first one?
Now my first question: Have you ever made experiences like that and if yes, with which cards?
Second question: This strategy can be very annoying I think - especially the hands revealing one. Would your playgroup accept it?
Last question: What is your opinion about this strategy?
Thank you for your time :)
1 month ago
Good... but missing some key pieces.
-Phyresis for a quick finish
-Winds of Rath one side board wipe
-Copy Enchantment does literally anything in this deck
-Zombie Infestation combos with Necropotence
-Seal of Cleansing in case you already wasted Banishing Light/Oblivion Ring
-Propaganda keep early beaters off your face
-Stasis + Ghostly Touch PURE EVIL
-Energy Flux destroys artifact decks and forces them to scoop unless they have infinite mana