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Enchantment — Aura
Enchant creature you control
Whenever enchanted creature deals damage, you gain that much life.
When Spirit Loop is put into a graveyard from the battlefield, return Spirit Loop to its owner's hand.
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Spirit Loop Discussion
2 days ago
Here is my list so far (rough draft, so there is definitely some chaff I need to cut):
2 weeks ago
2 weeks ago
You can drop Odric, Lunarch Marshal and Lifelink with almost zero loss. Multiple instances of lifelink don't stack, so if you are desperate for cards in that slot, Spirit Loop and Spirit Link will be superior.
3 weeks ago
1 month ago
From your description in the EDH forum thread it sounds like your group isn't playing enough mass disruption to break up board states. Your commander is indestructible, less than a fifth of your deck is creatures and only half of them really matter beyond ETBs, you're set up to play wrath heavy. Wrath of God, Austere Command, Winds of Rath, Day of Judgment, and Rout are crazy efficient in multiplayer. In you have enough answers to spot-exile/disenchant problem targets that you don't need to crack yourself with more broad/powerful wipes like Hour of Devastation or Hallowed Burial.
I know wraths are scary when you're coming from another format, but this is multiplayer against decks built to go long and you control when/if you play them. Quarantine Field would cost to hit a single target for each of 3 players, Wrath hits every single one of their creatures for half that and gets around shroud/hexproof.
Beyond that, here's some suggestions for threats and cuts. There's a lot so I'll hold back on justifying them unless asked.
- Summer Bloom < Explore - A card like this needs to replace itself with a draw. Chance of Summer Bloom being a dead/inefficient draw at any given point in the game is too high
- Zendikar Resurgent < Mirari's Wake - You don't have many cast triggers for creatures, tokens will benefit from the buff
- Awakening < Brave the Sands / Radiant Destiny / Sight of the Scalelords - Better that your creatures just have vigilance than giving everyone on the table a free Seedborn Muse
- Oath of the Ancient Wood < Ancestral Mask / Ethereal Armor
- Restock < Greenwarden of Murasa / Eternal Witness / Praetor's Counsel
- Rampant Growth < Kodama's Reach / Cultivate / Nature's Lore / Three Visits - The first two are coveted for giving you two cards for one, if you wanna stay with the lower CMC the latter two can hit Savannah, Canopy Vista, or Temple Garden if you ever pick one up
- Nyx-Fleece Ram
- Helix Pinnacle - Cute, but a complete dead draw in terms of impact on board state, and impotent in a vacuum. You can win for less than = 101, and yes that includes an optimal situation with mana doubles and effects like Awakening
- Kismet / Blind Obedience - You've said they're filler, which they pretty much are if you aren't building around them
- Words of Wilding / Words of Worship - You're way too concerned about decking out. If the cards you're drawing are less helpful than a 2/2 or 5 life you need to cut those cards
That's a lot of words, I hope you find some of them helpful!
1 month ago
1 month ago
This ended up being really, really long...so if it's TL;DR or you feel too critical, feel free to delete it (I wouldn't even complain at this point). Hard to really see this as an "Enchantress" deck while only being able to use Mesa Enchantress and NOT including a Serra's Sanctum to boot. Much more simply an Enchantment heavy Angel deck, which I definitely approve of since I love both Enchantments and Angels, but the title is misleading.
Enchantress is a deck centered around the Enchantress triggers of Argothian Enchantress, Verduran Enchantress, Enchantress's Presence, Eidolon of Blossoms; and if you're adding a color, you add White so you can use Mesa Enchantress and Femeref Enchantress. Without this core, it's not Enchantress.
As for the rest of the deck, it looks like it should be able to hold its own, but would probably improve with some cheaper Angels or more ramp. I used to run Voltron Akroma, Angel of Wrath and had to use tons of mana rocks just to make it playable. Akroma also cost 5WWW to get the FIRST time soooo....yeah...
Angels:Serra Avenger, Angelic Page, Emancipation Angel, Seraph of the Sword, Sustainer of the Realm, Angel of Condemnation, Seraph of Dawn, Blinding Angel, Herald of the Host, Angel of Sanctions, Angelic Arbiter, Angel of Serenity, Akroma, Angel of Wrath, Resolute Archangel, Archangel of Thune, Baneslayer Angel, Serra Ascendant, Avacyn, Angel of Hope, Iona, Shield of Emeria.
Enchantments:Serra's Blessing, Brave the Sands, True Conviction, Righteous Cause, Aura of Silence, Blind Obedience, Endless Horizons, Spirit Loop, Karmic Justice, Nevermore, Seal of Cleansing, Sphere of Safety, Spiritual Focus, Starfield of Nyx, Worship, Moat, Test of Endurance
Rocks/Ramp:Land Tax is pricey, but the best mono white land grabber in the game.Gilded Lotus, Chrome Mox, Lotus Petal, Manalith, Fellwar Stone, Spectral Searchlight, Darksteel Ingot, Mind Stone, Thran Dynamo, Pristine Talisman, Caged Sun, Gauntlet of Power, Extraplanar Lens, Explorer's Scope, Thunder Totem, Marble Diamond.
Other:Door of Destinies, Herald's Horn, Howling Mine, Demystify, Disenchant, Fragmentize, Forsake the Worldly, Fumigate, Aetherflux Reservoir, Approach of the Second Sun, Faith Healer, Grand Abolisher, Open the Vaults, Replenish, Second Sunrise, Oketra's Monument
A number of these are pretty pricey (and definitely out of my price range) but as someone who plays White in every format he plays, a Tribal player and an Enchantress player, I can go on and on and on about these kinds of decks...This deck happens to have a White-centric tribe and is Enchantment based. XD My apologies.
3 months ago
If you are planning to play this in any competitive Modern environment, I'm afraid you may find it to be a tad slow. Without ramp, you won't be able to land those 5- or 6-drops till around turn 7 or 8, sometimes even later. Modern decks generally need to win, interact, and/or establish a superior boardstate by turn 4 or sooner.
Fortunately, green is the best color for ramp ...& white is probably tied for best interactive color (if not the best).
I get it that you're digging your deck as it is, presently. That's cool. But if you should become dissatisfied with its performance at some point, then here are some suggestions for later consideration...
I'd mentioned ramp, prior. Consider Arbor Elf, Utopia Sprawl, & Garruk Wildspeaker. Having all 3 of these on the board means getting 6 mana from 1 forest. This is huge. Additionally, Garruk can defend himself (or you) via beast creature tokens. A few Sakura-Tribe Elder can also help get the ball rolling as far as ramp.
While Fog will keep creatures from harming you for 1 turn, Narnam Renegade will keep a creature from harming you permanently, for the same CMC. He can also provide beats, in the event your opponent isn't playing creatures.
Chaplain's Blessing. I'll be blunt here, there are cards that do exactly what this does, only better. Life Goes On or Feed the Clan are both instant-speed & can net you more lifegain at comparable CMC. But I'd sooner go with Blessed Alliance instead of any of the aforementioned, for sheer versatility; it's lifegain, or it's removal, or it's both at once.
Scavenging Ooze wreaks havok with many popular Modern tactics... plus he grows into a big beater, all for just 2 CMC.
Okay, Celestial Mantle. Creature auras are generally bad in any constructed format, due to the high amount of interaction. Opponents will remove your enchanted creature in a 2-for-1 trade favoring them. Instead, consider Rancor, or maybe even Spirit Loop. Both are low CMC, both play well with what you're doing, & both return to your hand when the enchanted creature dies.
...and Fumigate. You don't want to be mainboarding sweepers... not in this type of build. 18 creatures is more than what most Modern decks run with. Meaning, sweepers will hurt you more than most opponents. Consider swapping them for more spot removal, more fast creatures, or ramp. A sweeper on your sideboard is a good plan. But Wrath of God is far better; opponents can typically deal more damage (or win) on their turn 4 or 5, than what Fumigate would make up for you in lifegain.
Consider cutting a few basic lands for some Stirring Wildwood.
Good luck with your deck... G(/w) Stompy can be a very viable formula on a reasonable budget. Hope something I've suggested is of some help.