Legendary Creature — Sliver
All Sliver creatures get +1/+1 for each other Sliver on the battlefield.
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|Future Sight (FUT)||Rare|
|Promo Set (000)||Mythic Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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Sliver Legion Discussion
2 months ago
I would throw in Sliver Queen, Coat of Arms, Belligerent Sliver, Bonescythe Sliver,Lavabelly Sliver, Sliver Hivelord, Sliver Legion, Sliver Overlord, and Syphon Sliver. I would remove a lot of the slivers that give other slivers an ability that costs 2 mana to activate.
5 months ago
This is obviously a sliver tribal deck, and I am trying to figure out what some win cons are outside of Sliver Legion and Sliver Queen seen as those cards are a bit outside my budget as far as a single card goes.
5 months ago
I'm assuming that the intent is to steal creatures with Sliver Overlord's ability, but that will otherwise be a dead card.
5 months ago
Is the $150 budget for the entire deck? Because Sliver Queen is listed at $110 by herself.
Also, given the amount of protection that your slivers get, you don't need both Sliver Legion and Coat of Arms. You're better off running replacing coat with more tutors like Green Sun's Zenith and Finale of Devastation (which can also act as a win condition).
As for non Sliver cards, I personally would recommdn things like Birds of Paradise, Deathrite Shaman (depending on fetch count) and a few other non-sliver creatures, though I know this is an unpopular opinion with tribal sliver building.
7 months ago
triproberts12: i know how to read the card, and i know what lords are available. but ask yourself which one "really" has the bigger impact when it hits the board and its certainly not Gallia. and who said we had to limit ourselves to 2 mana lords? Sliver Legion is gonna be way better in slivers than gallia in satyrs. lets also consider each lords respective tribes. satyrs are pretty poop. i'll take Lord of Atlantis islandwalk over haste anyday when i know i have Aquitect's Will, and thats from someone who loves haste. haste doesn't mean much on a bunch of weak satyrs.
7 months ago
I do have a deck where I have interchangible commanders that I like to use based on the overall "power" of the other decks at the table (basically what turns each deck is expected to go off and attempt to win). However, with Slivers it's not always a simple swap when changing out commanders, especially when it comes to The First Sliver. The previously mentioned is a cEDH commander that has more success being in Food Chain decks as opposed to Sliver Tribal. Food Chain archetypes are purpose built to exploit the commander's cascade effect to it's fullest potential. Sliver Overlord is the traditional Control oriented Sliver Tribal archetype commander. The point is: these two legendary creatures aren't interchangible. A deck designed around Sliver Overlord would be more compatible with either Sliver Hivelord or Sliver Legion.
Just becuase you can occassionaly cascade into spells you don't want to cast - doesn't mean you have to cast them. You can simply exile the Swords to Plowshares, then as the Cascade trigger resolves you can just shuffle it back onto the bottom of your library. This is the official ruling (at least from the mtg wiki):
Casting a card with the cascade ability is optional. If you choose not to, the card is put on the bottom of your library in a random order along with the other cards exiled with cascade. So, just because you have an occassional bad Cascade doesn't justify removing interaction - at least that's my opinion.
Didn't realize Lavabelly Sliver was already in the 99, in that case just cut the Leeching Sliver for some more interaction. Krosan Grip/Beast Within/Generous Gift/Winds of Abandon are all good options. OR you could toss in more ramp, Farseek/Kodama's Reach/Pir's Whim/Skyshroud Claim are all good options.