Creature — Cat Archer
When Stalking Leonin enters the battlefield, secretly choose an opponent.
Reveal the player you chose: Exile target creature that's attacking you if it's controlled by the chosen player. Activate this ability only once.
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Stalking Leonin Discussion
2 months ago
Things that should work well in the deck: Nahiri, the Lithomancer, Aura Shards, Fireshrieker, Worldslayer, Shield of Kaldra, Helm of Kaldra, Sword of Kaldra, Conqueror's Flail, Basilisk Collar, Godsend, Whispersilk Cloak, Quietus Spike, Masterwork of Ingenuity, Sword of Vengeance, Rishkar's Expertise, Open the Vaults, Krosan Grip, Auriok Steelshaper, Armory Automaton, Puresteel Paladin, Stonehewer Giant
Consider removing: Alms Collector, Stalking Leonin, Hungry Lynx, Jazal Goldmane, Leonin Arbiter, Fleecemane Lion, Phantom Nishoba, Temur Sabertooth, White Sun's Zenith, Curse of Bounty, Curse of Vitality
I think some of my suggestions for adding may already be in there but that just tells you they are doubly worth it :P There may be better options then some of what I listed so you might want to take a look here too:
2 months ago
I love Brago, King Eternal as a commander! It's really easy to make fun decks with him, but also to make him a really strong control-based commander as well! Some cards I would suggest either way are...
Reality Acid: It just isn't a Brago deck without this wonderful enchantment. Normally you put this on a permanent, and three turns later that permanen dies when vanishing kicks in. Blink it with braago, though, and now you get to blow up a permanent every single turn, as blinking it removes it from play. Just make sure you don't go 3 full rounds without hitting anyone or put it on something that will die some other way, or it will truely vanish.
Reflector Mage: Bouncing creatures galore! Not only do you get a bounce every time you hit, but that card also can't be replayed on it's controller's next turn.
Stalking Leonin: A personal favorite of mine, just make sure you bring a lot of scrap paper to mark down your most recent target. Even if you haven't triggered the ability yet,, keep it blinking every turn to keep your opponents guessing about who it's aimed at. MAkes people afraid to swing at you with individual big critters.
Act of Authority: reality acid, but only for artifacts and enchantments. Never give this away, just bounce it every turn.
Spine of Ish Sah: A bit expensive for another removal spell, but with a big upside in that it is almost immune to being destroyed itself.
Nevermaker: Slightly on the slower side compared to your other removal, but with a huge upside. Aiming this at someone who doesn't have a way to draw extra cards just makes them lose the game, because they just keep getting the same one over and over.
Whirler Virtuoso: This card is everything brago loves. Blink it for lots of tokens to gum up the board, and use those tokens to make Brago unblockable every turn for more blinking!
Traveler's Cloak: Make Brago unblockable, and draw a card every turn! Only downside is that you don't want to blink Brago while you're using this, since you'd rather blink this for the card draw and continued unblockable.
Pentarch Ward: This doesn't necessarily make Brago unblockable, but it probably does for at least one player. Also helps keep him safe from removal.
And finally, if you want to make your deck extra mean... Strionic Resonator: This card causes an infinite loop with Brago and a combined number of mana rocks that make at least 2 mana, letting you make infinite Brago triggers off of one hit. Add literally any other blinkable card to the mix, and you've probably won due to infinite mana, removal, etc. Not for use in casual groups.
3 months ago
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Jetzt scheie ich dich erstmal mit Karten zu, die mir noch dazu einfallen :D
Kram, der mit deiner Strategie zu tun hat (beinhaltet sowohl shit, als auch geile Sachen):Deepwood Ghoul, Ethereal Champion, Glorifier of Dusk, Greed, Hatred, Lurking Evil, Marrow Bats, Martyrs' Tomb, Mischievous Poltergeist, Necrologia, Plague of Vermin, Souldrinker, Tymna the Weaver, Underworld Connections, Yawgmoth's Bargain, Tree of Perdition, Ajani Goldmane, Ajani, Caller of the Pride, Arbiter of Knollridge, Beacon of Immortality, Celestial Mantle, Oketra's Last Mercy, Invincible Hymn, Serra Avatar, Storm Herd, Chalice of Life Flip, Nightmare Lash, Phyrexian Processor, Well of Lost Dreams
Kram, der unabhngig von deiner Strategie gut ist:Soul of Innistrad, Grave Betrayal, Ogre Slumlord, Vengeful Pharaoh, Sudden Spoiling, Painful Quandary, Ophiomancer, Necropolis Regent, Dread, Murder, Royal Assassin, Silence the Believers, Ever After, Ghastly Conscription, Oblivion Ring, Banishing Light, Journey to Nowhere, Stasis Snare, Windborn Muse, Blind Obedience, Prison Term, Aura of Silence, Profound Journey, Comeuppance, Settle the Wreckage , Stalking Leonin, Swiftfoot Boots, Lightning Greaves
Bedenke auerdem, dass du nur 5 Karten haben darfst, die ber 2 Euro kosten und achte besonders beim Basteln auf deine Mana-Kurve (nicht zu viele teure Sachen).
3 months ago
Just some quick suggestions off of the top of my head...
Tempest Caller lets you tap down all creatures one opponent controls every turn before your turn, getting you free beats on anyone you want or just opening the door for another player.
Stonehorn Dignitary is great for keeping big aggro threats from wiping you out, and can be an awesome political tool.
Stalking Leonin is a personal favorite of mine, since it waits to trigger until you are attacked you can just blink it once to change or reset its target, then leave it and focus on blinking other stuff until it's been used up.
Brutalizer Exarch is one of the most compelling reasons to use Roon instead of Brago. Tutor up any of your creatures every turn, or remove those pesky non-creatures. Can also work to remove enemy lands if you want.
Progenitor Mimic gives you extra ETB triggers for the best thing on the board, while also slowly building up a creature army.
Nevermaker is an awesome card for locking a single opponent out of the game. Repeatedly make them draw into the same high-cost permanent, stalling them out entirely unless they have a way to draw extra cards.
4 months ago
probably Stoneforge Acolyte since you have no other ally in the deck to use the cohort ability as far as I see, and Stalking Leonin because it seems the least impactful to the overall goal of the deck.
6 months ago
Posting this Cats that don't suck list to research later, as MegaMatt13 commented, Pride Sovereign is a little weak, plus I find that 24 cats is a little short, although I've won games without playing a cat Stonehewer Giant + Puresteel Paladin + Grafted Exoskeleton.
I excluded many aggro cats because I feel that's not the right way to win in a multi-player format.
I'm sure I've missed some cats. I also have added some cats that do suck, but evaluating combos with them.
Adorned Pouncer, Ajani's Pridemate, Ajani's Sunstriker, Felidar Cub, Fleecemane Lion, Hungry Lynx, Initiate's Companion, Leonin Arbiter, Leonin Relic-Warder, Leonin Shikari, Lost Leonin, Metallic Mimic, Qasali Pridemage, Scrounging Bandar, Sunspear Shikari, Whitemane Lion
Brimaz, King of Oreskos, Fleetfoot Panther, Kemba, Kha Regent, Mirri, Cat Warrior, Mirri, Weatherlight Duelist, Mirror Entity, Pride Sovereign, Prowling Serpopard, Qasali Ambusher, Skyhunter Skirmisher, Stalking Leonin
Please recommend any cats i've missed!
8 months ago
Week 1 Results
The cats deck came out strong with a Sol Ring + Sword of the Animist start. In short order, I was attacking with ~10 power while the dragon player was still assembling 5-color, and the two Vampire players were building up chump blockers as fast as they could. The game ended up coming down to Blood Tribute + Sanguine Bond to potentially kill me, but I talked my way out of it due to the fact that the other targets had openly allied against myself and the Vampire deck deciding. Negotiates got heated and I had to offer up a 2nd place concession (to match the other target's offer) in order to not be immediately one-shotted.
Sitting down in a triple vampire pod with a voltron deck, I already knew I wasn't going to win. Too many free 1/1 blockers that would completely negate my deck unless I could find some trample. A painfully slow start ended up with me sitting on a single cat for the majority of the game: Stalking Leonin which I used to great affect negotiating my way out of getting hit by giant scary vampires. I drew into a Rout late game and when it game down to "who can I kill this turn", I assured the dominant vampire that it was not me. After the vampire blood feud ended with a single vampire deck standing victorious, I knew the writing was on the wall. Casually spot removing my only