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Creature — Kor Shaman Cleric
: The next 1 damage that would be dealt to Shaman en-Kor this turn is dealt to target creature you control instead.
: The next time a source would deal damage to target creature this turn, that damage is dealt to Shaman en-Kor instead.
Shaman en-Kor Discussion
1 month ago
Hey man, cool deck! Ever considered the card Transmutation ? It works with Starlit Sanctum + Daru Spiritualist + Shaman en-Kor combo :) You can finish off an opponent on instant speed. It's a 4 card combo I know, but you can tutor for it :)
2 months ago
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2 months ago
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4 months ago
I love cleric tribal, I realize this is a jank deck but with some focus it can also be effective. I think the first trick is to synergize with your command and find clerics that can be sacrificed for gains the second is to find ways to drain their health quickly so you can focus on the first.
The next one is not quite so easy and needs tuning to make really good, but I would recommend clerics like Benevolent Bodyguard, Children of Korlis, Dark Supplicant with Scion of Darkness, Frontline Medic, Nova Cleric, Remorseful Cleric, Sanctum Guardian and Selfless Spirit for creatures that can be utilized well with your commander and as a bonus its flavorful to have fanatical priests dedicated to some grim god.
I don't know if you will continue to develop this but I would like to see your take on it as you evolve it.
5 months ago
Wow, what a fantastic feedback, thanks!
My group is somewhat casual and we agreed of keeping combos like that out, at least for now. :)
With that in mind, I'll probably leave Daru Spiritualist and Shaman en-Kor out as well. Those cards don't add anything when alone, I guess. And with the lack of tutors, they can easily be useless during the game.
Had absolutely no idea that Lifeline was a card, will get that one for sure. For now, I'm playing Debtors' Knell. It's a lot slower, but will have to do it for now until I get the more powerful pieces.
Again, thanks for your suggestions. Will adjust my list accordingly!
7 months ago
I'm going to find copies of Shaman en-Kor, that's a great suggestion. The instant speed ability versus sorcery speed ability is superior and keys the financial cost down.
8 months ago
@Se7enfoot I understand but, Woh, you made a lot of changes in your deck. For the better, although no more Scion of Darkness!
I still have three suggestions:
1) Instead of Lightning Greaves, Shaman en-Kor. Why? Three reasons. Firstly, the casting cost is the same, that is 2. Secondly, Shaman en-Kor ability can be activated as an instant (also during the turn of your opppnent) whereas Lightning Greaves can only be equiped as a sorcery (during your turn only). Thus, if you activate the Shaman ability to boost a cleric toughness with Daru Spiritualist it can serve a defense guy against big monsters, before you sacrifice it for big life. One common mistake, is to think that the Shaman en-Kor ability can not be activated unless it receives damage. That it is not the truth: the Shaman can target a cleric, regardless of whether it received damage: "You can use this ability as much as you want prior to damage being dealt" - . Also, the shaman can redirect damage to itself: "It can redirect damage to itself". Third reason: the Shaman is a Cleric, unlike the Lightning Greaves.
2) Starlit Sanctum instead of Disciple of Griselbrand. Why? Disciple of Griselbrand costs 3 in order for you to use the ability: 2 to cast the creature, plus 1 to use its ability. Starlit Sanctum costs 1. Plus, Starlit Sanctum lets you choose between gaining life or taking life from your opponent, thus complementing the damage of Cabal Archon.
3) You should add one more Test of Endurance. Why? If yours gets destroyed, you will get no second chance to use it again. The more so when you have no Devoted Caretaker or Eight-and-a-Half-Tails in your deck to protect it.
8 months ago
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