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Other enchantments you control have shroud.
, Sacrifice Sterling Grove: Search your library for an enchantment card and reveal that card. Shuffle your library, then put the card on top of it.
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Sterling Grove Discussion
2 days ago
Paranoid1992 I hate to break it to you, but this deck looks to be built for modern so Enlightened Tutor, Sterling Grove,Tainted Pact, and Demonic Consultation are not legal in the format as their most recent standard printing was prior to 8th edition and mirrodin.
1 week ago
I do love me a good token deck (I have a 5-colour that's essentially RGW but splashing UB for the commander (Sliver Queen). Here are some suggestions I have:
Champion of Lambholt - Makes creatures unblockable and gets bigger as you play more creatures.
Hornet Queen - One of the best flying defenses for GW, especially once you start populating.
Odric, Master Tactician - Makes your creatures essentially unblockable when they attack since you choose how the defenders block when you attack with him.
Ant Queen - A great mana sink if you're stuck with too much mana.
Worldspine Wurm - A bit on the expensive side mana-wise, but generates big tokens when it dies. Also it goes back into your deck so you can use it again.
Giant Adephage - If you're willing to be more aggressive, defintely consider this. A big 7/7 trample that makes a token of itself whenever it deals combat damage can become a problem very quickly.
Verdant Force - Makes tokens very turn (including your opponents' turns).
Doubling Season - A better version of Primal Vigor. I would a straight swap here because Primal Vigor affects your opponents too, while Doubling Season only affects you. Also it causes your planeswalkers to enter with double the loyalty counters, meaning you can ult some of them the turn they come in.
Fanatical Devotion - Lets you sacrifice your tokens to save your more important creatures.
True Conviction - A bit expensive mana-wise, but the double strike and lifelink is super useful.
Zendikar Resurgent - Doubles your mana and lets you draw cards when you play a creature spell.
Sterling Grove - If you want to protect your enchantments then use this. Also lets you tutor an enchantment to the top of your deck by sacrificing it.
Ashnod's Altar - Sacrifice a creature for two mana. Always good.
Mosswort Bridge - A hideaway land that you can easily trigger due to the number of creatures you'll have out.
Deploy to the Front - Get tokens equal to the number of creatures already on the battlefield.
White Sun's Zenith - Makes tokens and then shuffles back into your deck. Instant speed tokens are always handy to have.
Arachnogenesis - Stops combat damage and creates tokens. Situational but useful.
Hope these suggestions help!
1 week ago
I would suggest to add some tutors for the consistency...
But the idea definitely is great :) +1
Philigan87 on BANTer
2 weeks ago
I know the mana is more for casting, but I think you'd get more play-value from Privileged Position instead of Greater Auramancy, that is, if you have to chose between them. You may want to include both... in which case Sterling Grove also is a valid choice for replacing g/a... or just have all 3... =)
4 weeks ago
Glad to see another Krond user! He is definitely one of my favorite decks. Here are a few suggestions for you:
I highly recommend Somberwald Sage. With Krond having such a high CMC, and solid colors at that, she pays for half by herself. Sun Titan is also a good inclusion as most enchantments are pretty cheap.
Also you have 2 Plea for Guidance in your deck.
Here is my take on a Krond deck if you want to take a look for more ideas:
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Looks like you're off to a great start :)
1 month ago
1 month ago
Megalomania Thanks :)
Fetchlands will probably be my next acquisition once I get a little richer.
I try to avoid auras in this deck where possible as it becomes hard to get multiple auras on one crature thanks to Sterling Grove which I always aim to have in play as soon as I can.
Im also trying to keep non-enchantments (ie. instants/sorcieries) to a minimum as to maximise my draws from the enchantresses.
1 month ago
Sterling Grove, Greater Auramancy, and Privileged Position are all great ways to protect Doubling Season. And Silent Sentinel is good insurance in case it gets destroyed. As an added bonus, Sterling Grove can tutor up enchantments, and Silent Sentinel can let you repeat this process.