Shalai, Voice of Plenty
Legendary Creature — Angel
You, planeswalkers you control, and other creatures you control have hexproof.
: Put a +1/+1 counter on each creature you control.
|Have (3)||metalmagic , , orzhov_is_relatively_okay819|
|Want (3)||TechnicalSaturn , SesameKevbuns , Rabu|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Shalai, Voice of Plenty occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.04%
GW (Selesnya): 1.28%
All decks: 0.09%
All decks: 0.29%
Shalai, Voice of Plenty Discussion
3 hours ago
BaklavaDominoes I run a deck very similar to yours which you are welcome to check out here, Enchantress Harvest. A few additional win conditions you could look at would be to add the following cards:
Finale of Devastation
Ancestral Mask : I have found this card to be a strong secondary win con in my deck. Equipping this card to your Dragonlord Dromoka or either of your Sigarda’s in most games will turn that creature into a 20+ power creature which you can quickly knock someone out of the game. Best thing is most people don’t see this coming before it is to late. I run Shalai, Voice of Plenty as my commander so Ancestral Mask will quickly allow me to knock someone out for commander damage in most games as soon as it hits.
Finale of Devastation : This card has two purposes in my deck. In the early game I am using it to search for one of my enchantresses to start my engine. However, in the late game when I have a lot of mana and a good board presence, I will dump 12+ mana into this to fetch out Nylea, God of the Hunt or another one of my big flyers if she is already out then swing with the whole team. You can think of it as a Craterhoof Behemoth in the late game.
Nylea's Colossus : Even though this creature is 7 mana once the Colossus is out it must be dealt with immediately or the game will be over quickly. It is not uncommon to turn one of my flyers into a 40+ power creature in the late game once this guy hits. Even if I don’t have a flyer out pumping up one of my enchantress or other support creatures and attacking can quickly get out of control. I had a game once where I only had a Verduran Enchantress out after a board wipe and thanks to the +1/+1 she was getting from my Mirari's Wake I was able to play Nylea's Colossus along with several other enchantments that turn and turn her into something silly like a 32/96 and swing into the player who had an open board and knock them out. Don’t understatement this card.
Hopefully that gave you some suggestions of other win conditions you can add to your deck.
1 week ago
1 week ago
Love to see another Angel EDH deck made here on tapped out. I am also working on an EDH Angel Tribal Deck Angels Brought The Apocalypse. It's defiantly on the competitive side but noticed we share a lot of cards already. Also depending on what you mean by making them cheap, here's my recommendation list.
Lastly, if this deck is already made, Shalai, Voice of Plenty cannot be in your mono white deck because there is green in its color identity. Even though green is not in its casting cost it has green in its ability. That's why Golos, Tireless Pilgrim is considered a five color commander even though he is still colorless.
1 week ago
Hey, Ursaromg, thanks for checking in :D. Hell yes I'm still playing this deck! I've experimented with a few different modern archetypes to see if there's anything else I like out there. I've come up with a few I actually like to play as decks for fun, but this deck is just way too good to ever not be my main. It's basically always in a good position. There is a lot more creature decks in the meta, so having good creature defense and offense is always important. I'm always putting lots of creatures out there that can act as blockers in a pinch, but can also attack if my opponent doesn't have creatures like they should. I basically get to play a bunch of the best creatures in their colors and mana slots until I suddenly win the game. Glittering Wish has all of a sudden gotten better because now it can protect against Surgical Extraction , which has become all too popular. Most of all, I love playing decks that go infinite. This one can do it in so many ways. I keep a Melira, Sylvok Outcast in the main for infect game one, but it can all of a sudden win me the game if I get either Viscera Seer or Carrion Feeder out with either Kitchen Finks or Murderous Redcap . Obviously Vizier of Remedies is better because it can not only enable the persist combo, but give me infinite green mana with Devoted Druid . With infinite green mana, I can win with Rhonas the Indomitable or Shalai, Voice of Plenty when that happens, and both of those creatures work remarkably well on their own without the mana as well. Of course, I can also win with wishing for Impromptu Raid or with Walking Ballista as well. Which brings me to Heliod, Sun-Crowned . Not only does it combo well with the life I gain through my creatures and combos by itself, but with Walking Ballista , it is a two card win combo. Giving Walking Ballista lifelink with Heliod, Sun-Crowned 's passive means that the second Walking Ballista is big enough to survive losing a counter, I win with infinite damage again. The deck is way too addicting, nothing but win cons. Oh, and Hexdrinker is a win con by itself :D
1 week ago
I run a tokens deck helmed by Shalai, Voice of Plenty to great success.
She offers protection to your army early game and pumps them up when you've mana to spare later on.
1 week ago
2 weeks ago
Hmmm ... I think you could use some turn one mana dorks ( Llanowar Elves / Arbor Elf ). For instance, getting a Somberwald Sage out turn two to setup a potential turn three Shalai, Voice of Plenty / Regal Behemoth /X hydra/serpent can be backbreaking for your opponent. Or simply a turn two Managorger Hydra could go a long way. Speaking of hydras, Voracious Hydra can double as a removal spell or potentially be the biggest creature in your deck. Also, have you considered Life's Legacy or Momentous Fall as an option to refill your hand? Hope this helps.