Spectral Procession

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Format Legality
Vintage Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Modern Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters 2015 Edition Uncommon
Commander 2014 Uncommon
Modern Event Deck Uncommon
Duel Decks: Sorin vs. Tibalt Uncommon
Shadowmoor Uncommon

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Spectral Procession

Sorcery

Put three 1/1 white Spirit creature tokens with flying into play.

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Spectral Procession Discussion

Oloro_Magic on Seraph's Tokens

1 day ago

Okay, so first things first you should look to focus the deck more, having a ton of one-of creatures makes the deck inconsistent. Rise of Eagles and Triplicate Spirits are just too expensive to be good, Spectral Procession, or if you splash black which works better with tokens anyway Lingering Souls, do the same thing for cheaper. With blue however Temmet, Vizier of Naktamun and Aven Wind Guide are two cards from Amonkhet that are worth a look.

Hanweir Militia Captain  Flip and Crusader of Odric are cheaper Seraphs that come down quickly. Drop the enchantments and focus on team boosting with stuff like Honor of the Pure. The green in this deck can come out completely it isn't necessary.

Your buff cards like Mortal's Ardor take up spots that can be devoted to removal such as Cast Out, ideally you want Path to Exile but Cast Out is more budget friendly. Also Traveler's Amulet is pretty useless here as in tokens you ideally are not playing any expensive creatures.

Squadron Hawk is another card that could be interesting in your deck.

zephramtripp on Spooky Spirits

3 days ago

Your deck seems somewhat unfocused, trying to do too much at once with scattered card choices. It might worthwhile to move towards less single copies of good cards and more towards four copies of your best cards. For example,

4x Drogskol Captain, as he is a key piece in this deck functioning well.
4x Lingering Souls, as the most efficient way to pump out Spirit tokens.
4x Midnight Haunting, as another way to pump out Spirits.
4x Spectral Procession, as a third way to pump out spirits.

Instead of Phantom General, perhaps consider Intangible Virtue as another four-of to boost your token Spirits.

When your deck is composed of one-ofs, it's often difficult to draw to cards you need to win the game. Having four copies of a card better ensures the chance of drawing a copy during you games.

The easiest way to deck build when starting out is to choose nine cards to run four copies of and then play twenty-four land to ensure you can cast your expensive spells.

But what do I know? If your deck works for you, then do what you want.

ThrillingThriller on Ideas for a "Warriors & ...

4 days ago

Depending on the colors you wish to play here's some commander from decks i played agaisnt that challenged me a lot

Oyobi, Who Split the Heavens

Celestial Kirin

Karador, Ghost Chieftain

Geist of Saint Traft

You can also try cards to make many spirit token with cards like

Drogskol Cavalry

Angel of Flight Alabaster

Midnight Haunting

Spectral Procession

Field of Souls

You can boost them with +1/+1 and make a devastating attack and combo it with

Brave the Elements

Flodes on Soul Sisters!

4 days ago

Bulldawg1310 Thanks for the suggestions! Serra Ascendant is definitely a good choice, and I have 3 in already. Martyr of Sands can also be really helpful early in the game, but I don't think I'd want more than just 1 since their usefulness really decreases late in the game when my hand size shrinks.

I gotta keep Spectral Procession! Say I cast it with two sisters and a pridemate on the field. This gives me 6 life, 6 counters on my pridemate, and 3 1/1 flyers all for three mana! And if I have an Honor of the Pure out, it's even better! Compare that to spending three mana just to cast Loxodon Warhammer and I'm just not sure the value is there. The warhammer/pridemate combo is definitely tempting though! Just seems like a lot of mana to invest in a single creature that's prone to removal.

Bulldawg1310 on Soul Sisters!

5 days ago

I would toss the Spectral Procession and Honor of the Pure for Martyr of Sands Serra Ascendant and a Loxodon Warhammer or 2. Warhammer attached to a massive pridemate can either win you the game or give you sooooo much life you can grind the game the rest of the way!

PTsmitty on W: Thoughtseize, others H: Binder

5 days ago

I am looking to get pieces towards the new deck that I am making. I am currently looking for:
2x Thoughtseize
1x Inquisition of Kozilek
2x Spectral Procession
1x Abrupt Decay
3x Gideon, Ally of Zendikar
2x Nissa, Voice of Zendikar
3x Sorin, Solemn Visitor
2x Marsh Flats

Here is My Binder to look through to see if we can work something out. Please note that I am not eager to trade off my fetch lands unless it is for my higher valued wants or other fetch lands.

Memphismaymagic5 on Token bash. Selesnya

1 week ago

I would suggest adding 4x Path to Exile, you'll need the removal in modern if you want to outlast your opponent. Blessed Alliance is an option too (life gain can help you survive longer). Most players put all the effort in tokens and spells that buff up your tokens, but they forget that tokens is actually a control deck, and removal is necessary to control the board.

Lingering souls is awesome, but without a swamp, you really miss out on the essence of that card. What you can do, but this is costly, is add a playset of fetches, 4x Windswept Heath, and play 1x Overgrown Tomb. You can fetch tomb with a Windswept Heath and then you can use it to pay for the flashback cost of Lingering Souls. You can go cheaper and just play 4x Spectral Procession instead (souls is 4 tokens for 5 mana, procession is 3 tokens for 3 mana if you use 3 plains to pay the cost)

If you are not on a budget, I also have some suggestions for updating your manabase. The 4 Windswept Heath I mentioned above are just great in general, but if you add them, it would be better if you also add 4x Temple Garden.

Someone already mentioned Brimaz, King of Oreskos. That card is a great token spawner and it will survive a common threat in modern: Lightning Bolt. Definitely try that one out and you'll see how good it is at creating an army of tokens. This has to do with the fact that he has vigilance, because it gives you a token in your turn if you attack with Brimaz and a token in your opponents next turn when you block with Brimaz.

Last card I would suggest is Secure the Wastes. Great card that sees some play in the more common Orzhov-token builds.

michael921 on Mono White Life Gain

1 week ago

Okay. First thing is first. If you want to be running six and seven drops in modern, you need one of three things. Either be 1) a ramp deck but if you're doing that why aren't you playing tron, 2) be a control deck, or 3) be cheating them into play. This deck is none of those things. Soul sisters is traditionally a much more aggro/midrange deck, so usually, anything above five mana is usually out of the question. Alternatively, if you want to be RELIABLY casting these expensive spells, you would need more like 27 to 29 lands. Check out this article, or this article for my reasoning behind that.

Second thing. Consistancy. If you want to have a reasonable fighting chance from game to game in any format, you need a TON of redundancy. Take a look these top tier decks for instance. The only deck that has a one of in the main board besides lands is burn, and its a hyper conditional creature. You currently have 14 one ofs in your main, meaning that your deck will be wildly different everytime you play, so your deck will hardly ever have a "favorable" matchup, as you can't predict that cards that you will be drawing.

If you want to see some other sisters builds, you can check out this primer on the archetype, a cat based brew or my sisters deck for some direction as to where to go.

Now some thoughts on some specific cards.

Hopefully some of this helps!

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