Selesnya Signet

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Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Commander Anthology (CM1) Common
Modern Masters 2017 Edition (MM3) Uncommon
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MTG: Commander (CMD) Common
Ravnica: City of Guilds (RAV) Common

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Selesnya Signet Discussion

Spirits on Arahbo, Budget... for Cats EDH

2 weeks ago

Hey TzickyT,

I'd feel pretty good going into a game with this, I can see some win-con's:

1) T2 Eladamri's Call > Lost Leonin. T3 Lost Leonin, T4 Silverblade Paladin (or Duelist's Heritage/Berserk/Ajani, Caller of the Pride) swing for lethal Infect.

2) Ramp mana staying under the radar into an Felidar Sovereign

3) Congregation at Dawn into a Shalai, Voice of Plenty / Archangel of Thune / Spike Feeder into Infinite Life

4) Mirari's Wake into a White Sun's Zenith and attack with a Triumph of the Hordes

5) Stonehewer Giant pulling a Grafted Exoskeleton onto an Eminence Skyhunter Skirmisher/Adorned Pouncer attack for lethal infect

6) A Bloodforged Battle-Axe supported by the Puresteel Paladin and Leonin Shikari annihilating opponents with a Rancor

Lots of fun cat stuff here!

To support the Puresteel Paladin, you need to include a Tree of Tales and Ancient Den these Artifact lands add to the Artifact count. They can straight replace just basic Forest and Plains and they don't cost much.

During your eval, if you finding you tutor Bloodforged Battle-Axe with Open the Armory and Steelshaper's Gift quite a bit, and find the mechanic is working, it can be supported by a Sigarda's Aid. Hammer of Nazahn already does the same thing, and is also tutorable by Nazahn, Revered Bladesmith which is why I wouldn't suggest it off the hop, why not just Open the Armory the Hammer of Nazahn right? But something to keep on the Maybeboard. I feel like this won't be the prevalent win con though.

Future priorities for $ would be Land upgrades, that is the worst part about commander format, but it's looking pretty balanced. If you find Puresteel Paladin still isn't activating when you play him, also can keep a Talisman of Unity or Selesnya Signet on the Maybeboard, and go down a land pulling/ramping spell to help improve the % he works. If your finding that he usually triggers when you play him, then I'd rather have the land pulling/ramping spell because it filters the land out of the deck, so your drawing playable cards not lands, and it has synergy with Mirari's Wake.

Nice deck.

ghostfire86 on Saproling Token EDH

1 month ago

Im counting 85 cards listed so far. Of this only 10 are lands and if you divert all open 15 slots to lands then youll sit at 25 lands which is not enough.

You are also missing mana rocks better suited to ramping like the Signets. Golgari Signet, Orzhov Signet, Selesnya Signet are a must. Druidic Satchel, commanders sphere, sarpadian empires, vol. vii are all cards Id consider cutting for the signets.

Also, Id consider adding Life and Limb and Terra Eternal. This will secure mana, and an indestructible army on the cheap. Mirari's Wake also will aid you in mana ramp and enhancing your creatures. Goes well with the above mentioned.Land Tax could help at the beginning and also at late game if Terra is destroyed and you lands are board wiped. There are plenty of grave recursion options to belting back lands if this is a worry.

Doubling Season is greatly needed for this deck.

Aura Shards is a must.

Dueling Grounds could also aid you if combined with Sublime Archangel due to tour token generation.

Craterhoof Behemoth is an amazing finisher for this deck.

Eladamri's Call, Green Sun's Zenith, Altar of Bone are great tutors.

There is a lot more Id do to this design but Ill stop here for now.

PookandPie on Captain sisay

1 month ago

So here's the dreaded constructive criticism comment:

You need more mana dorks to make Paradox Sisay work. Like, my combo runs by putting at least 3 nonland mana sources on the table (of which Sisay can fetch them all now by going Amber (tap, float 1) > Opal (tap both, float 3)> Rishkar, Peema Renegade.

So, that in mind, I'll just go over some things that Paradox Sisay decks tend to run in order to make the Paradox combo work:

Mana dorks and rocks such as: Rishkar, Peema Renegade, Arbor Elf, Llanowar Elves, Elvish Mystic, etc., Fellwar Stone, Selesnya Signet, Talisman of Unity, etc..

For these cards to be added, you could safely cut:

Cultivate, Skyshroud Claim, Sakura-Tribe Elder, Genesis Wave, The Immortal Sun, Mirari's Wake, Prismatic Omen (I have no idea why this is in the deck actually as you're not a 4-5 color deck nor are you running Valakut or something).

Swapping these cards slots will greatly advantage you in building up to your Paradox Engine turn. I playtested the deck a couple times before making this comment and I couldn't even go off with Engine as most Paradox Sisay decks do, and there was nothing I could gather from your Facebook post that would indicate this problem was by design.

Now, here are some cards that I've found to be immensely useful in Paradox Sisay after having played the deck for a year and a half:

Bow of Nylea is absurdly good in Sisay. If Paradox Engine gets destroyed, Bow puts it on bottom of your library to be re-tutored and cast again. That's extremely helpful tech and gives Sisay a lot of longevity at a table basically by itself. Also, when doing Paradox Engine chains with lots of mana dorks, you'll most likely end up with loads of surplus mana which you can use to buff your attacks substantially, kill flying blockers, or gain loads of life.

Inventors' Fair is one of the best cards you can run. It only produces colorless, sure, but you can drop it during a Paradox Engine combo turn via Azusa even if you've used your land drop and then it can go get any artifact combo piece you like. This is an invaluable card and it essentially takes no slots since you could just drop it in over Reliquary Tower or something.

Saffi Eriksdotter is really good, too. She protects pivotal creatures you have on board, but can also be used, during Paradox Engine loops, to generate infinite mana from your mana surpluses-- if you produce at least 5 mana while comboing (which Reki can draw you into easily) then Bow + Saffi will generate infinite mana if you have Engine on field since you only need 1WGG to perform this loop.

To win with a Sisay deck, It seems you're running Akroma's Memorial to win with an attacking force, but I would recommend Kamahl, Fist of Krosa for your big attacking turn (you could remove Kozilek or Iona for him pretty easily). You can use him to kill off everyone's lands (so they have a hard time fighting back) and overrun your dudes to immense sizes, which seems strong. I personally use Thousand-Year Elixir and Selvala, Explorer Returned plus Sisay and Engine to draw my whole library and then force everyone to draw out using Green Sun's Zenith, but there's also the option of using Cloudstone Curio for infinite bounce, mana, card draw, and untaps with Engine and Sisay using Reki, or you could even run Blasting Station + any cheap legendary creature + Bow of Nylea which will let you kill everyone (so cast Hope of Ghirapur, untap, sac it to Station to deal 1 damage, Bow it to bottom of the library, tap Sisay to re-grab him, and then repeat the process. You only need 3 nonland mana sources on board for this combo).

Outside of that, if you have any trouble cutting cards I could recommend these cuts for other things if you have stuff in mind: Thran Temporal Gateway is an easy cut (you're basically already running this in Paradox Engine and there's an easier backup plan you can win through if Engine gets answered, I'll address that at the end).

Iona, Shield of Emeria is too expensive and too slow when you could just win immediately. Same holds true for Kozilek, whom Reki will draw far more cards than, Vorinclex, Voice of Hunger who can't even help you during your Paradox Engine turn, etc..

As for a way to win without Paradox Engine, if you include Inventors' Fair, you can tutor up Umbral Mantle which enables an infinite mana combo with Selvala, Heart of the Wilds. This gives you infinite mana and untaps, which turns them into Paradox Engine 2.0 (as after making the mana you move the Mantle to Sisay). It also gives you an arbitrarily large force of attackers so you can just swing in and win no matter the board state.

Lastly, I do strongly recommend Thousand-Year Elixir. Your commander has a tap ability and being able to use her the turn she enters play is huge, notwithstanding you can get if off Inventor's Fair so either Selvala can tap during your combo turn too.

I know this comment was long. Hope it helps though.

Avacidal_maniac on Heaven & Earth

1 month ago

I would get a Sunpetal Grove, Temple Garden, Razorverge Thicket, Temple of Plenty and some other lands. If you are willing to spend the money for it, then Savannah is a good card to use in this deck

Creatures I would recommend for this deck would include Sigarda, Host of Herons, Linvala, Keeper of Silence, Herald of War and a couple of value angels like Baneslayer Angel or Archangel of Tithes. Angel of Jubilation shuts down a lot of decks that are black or sacrifice intensive.

Instants and sorceries I would include if you want to consistently get Avacyn out include Worldly Tutor, Eladamri's Call, possibly Traverse the Ulvenwald, Green Sun's Zenith and any other similar creature tutors.

Removal in white is really good so things such as Swords to Plowshares and Path to Exile are staples in white for commander, if you plan to run Avacyn then some more board wipes would be a good idea (i.e. Hour of Revelation, Austere Command). Decree of Justice while ok is a bit costly in terms of mana. A strictly better card would be Entreat the Angels for the cost of 6 mana into decree you only get 1 angel, for the cost of 5 you get one angel with entreat, and for 6 with miracle you get 4 angels with entreat.

cards to take out include Blessed Light (simply better removal out there), Mirror Gallery (the lack of copy creature spells make this one obsolete in this deck), Untamed Kavu (not enough versatility or utility), Evra, Halcyon Witness (doesn't quite fit into this deck unless there is a combo I am unaware of), Divine Reckoning (better board wipes out there), Marwyn, the Nurturer (not enough elves to fully utilise the ability), Daring Archaeologist (you most likely won't be able to cast enough historic spells to make this guy big enough), Steel Leaf Champion (good beatstick, only problem is the extremely intensive green cost) and at least one land (preferably a land that just enters tapped and does nothing else).

some recommended staples for angel theme would be Grand Abolisher that way people cannot immediately counter or remove your spells, Urza's Incubator, Angels usually have very high mana costs so them costing 2 less is very beneficial. If you are unable to shut down the board entirely with Avacyn and Shalai, there is another solution but I warn you, people who run mono colour will hate it: Iona, Shield of Emeria. A card so obnoxious even I wonder why it hasn't been banned in EDH yet. it is basically night night for mono colour decks and if you can find a way to copy it (Cough Cough Helm of the Host Cough Cough) then your opponents had better pray they have colourless removal or run a colourless deck.

Mana rocks are a necessity in angel tribal as well. include the likes of Thran Dynamo, Basalt Monolith, Worn Powerstone, Caged Sun, also get a Selesnya Signet to get some coloured mana ramp.

Also needs some card draw too, cards such as Howling Mine or Font of Mythos can help, if you're feeling nice. However if you want to be terrifyingly evil, then use something like Mind's Eye. some card draw spells I would recommend are Harmonize, Greater Good, Rishkar's Expertise and Abundance.

Overall this does seem like it could be potentially the meanest deck at any EDH table, any game featuring angels and/or Avacyn are bound to be very slow and oppressive, the one thing angels are famous for is being oppressive as hell (for reference look at Iona or Linvala). A good number of creatures for angel tribal is 26-29 creatures with about 3 of them being supporting creatures (case example being grand abolisher or eternal witness, maybe an Aven Mindcensor to be even more oppressive) of course the mana dorks can also help as well, in this deck I would say a good number is about 32 creatures with a maximum of 7 supporting units. I am curious as to how oppressive this deck can potentially get in a game. Good Luck finishing this. I can guarantee angel tribal is a very fun thing to do.

Mortiganil on My first EDH

1 month ago

hey, this looks like a fun deck, though i would suggest playing a lit bit less lands, most deck do great with 38.a few cards i would suggest:

Selesnya Signet

Azorius Signet

Simic Signet

Sol Ring

Ajani's Pridemate

Cradle of Vitality

great work so far, keep it up!

Nethereon on Samut's Manhunt

1 month ago

Cards to remove: Icy Manipulator, Zhalfirin Void, Baloth Gorger, Primordial Wurm, Llanowar Scout, Blessed Light, Tendershoot Dryad, Lightning Bolt, Splinter Twin, and Kavu Climber.

These cards are bad and make zero sense to add, especially a vanilla creature like Primordial Wurm.

There are far too few lands with too many high end creatures, along with very little ramp - hard ramp or soft ramp - along with very little removal for threats to your game plan. This deck needs Selesnya Signet and Gruul Signet. It also needs cards like Farseek and Kodama's Reach. You can also use Hour of Promise too. You should also find something like Blasphemous Act, Bonfire of the Damned, or maybe the new legendary out of Dominaria. At worst, it can burn all three of your opponents or the three biggest threats. Finally, Krosan Grip should be in just about every green deck, along with Decimate these are important because they fight through counters or remove multiple threats all at once.

As far as creatures, there are far superior choices to many of the cards here. Druid of the Anima is better than both Llanowars, any ramp spell is better, such as Burgeoning being better than scout, and will net you more land drops or better mana quality. If you can't afford a Birds of Paradise, consider Sylvan Caryatid. It does the same thing and is harder to remove.

Samut needs creatures that matter. Creatures that will impact the board in some meaningful way. I get this feeling that you're leaning too heavily on the power of Piper to cheat the big guys out there. I hate to say it but those types of creatures or effects, i.e. Quicksilver Amulet, draw a lot of hate very quickly.

Her untap ability works well with some of the exert creatures like Champion of Rhonas, and being able to attack multiple times in a turn is always a good thing. So look at Aurelia, the Warleader, Relentless Assault and World at War.

Finally, have any "I win" button. Sometimes large creature beats won't get the job done. I am not opposed to Infect as a last resort so look into Triumph of the Hordes and Grafted Exoskeleton. Actually, look into more equipment in general and Mirri, Weatherlight Duelist is a great card in an aggro deck.

I hope these suggestions help and look forward to the second draft. Best regards.

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