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Until your next turn, your life total can't change, and you have protection from everything. All permanents you control phase out. (While they're phased out, they're treated as though they don't exist. They phase in before you untap during your untap step.)
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Teferi's Protection Discussion
7 hours ago
I have a mostly dedicated Twin EDH deck that I've been playing for quite a while, changed from Riku to K&T to facilitate white cards that also combo with twin and kiki, and Teferi's Protection.
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The only combo cards I left out was Breaching Hippocamp and Village Bell-Ringer because they just doesn't have enough utility besides comboing. All the Deceiver Exarch-like cards can keep big attackers at bay or bother stax players on their own effects.
21 hours ago
21 hours ago
So I have Loxodon Hierarch and Dauntless Escort to protect against board wipes, and I prefer those to spells because they synergize with Helm of the Host And Mimic Vat. Also, and this is anecdotal, my playgroup tends to play exile wipes, notably Urza's Ruinous Blast And Merciless Eviction more than straight destruction so adding more indestructibility isn’t great in my specific case, though mileage will vary. As for card draw, that’s not usually the problem I run into, since I’m usually only making one to two big plays a turn, though Dawn of Hope is something I’m looking at. That being said, all those additions are definitely something to think about, also Teferi's Protection.
1 day ago
Thank you so much for playing my deck on your channel! That means a lot to me!
A few things...
I think you might've missed that Bastion Protector gives indestructible! That's the whole point of running that card, and I was screaming at my screen that you never equipped Darksteel Plate to it, and that instead you redundantly equipped it to Kalemne! That was very frustrating to see, as you were playing against a Starke of Rath player, but it was an understandable blunder if you've never played with the card before :p
Reforge the Soul is WAY better than you give it credit for! You can manipulate its miracle ability with Scroll Rack and Sensei's Divining Top, making it extremely playable in this deck. I have taken your recommendation of Memory Jar into consideration though! It's a bit pricey for me at the moment, but I'm panning on finding room for it soon, possibly Ghirapur Orrery but we'll see
Leave / Chance is not strictly worse than Teferi's Protection! I do plan on adding TP soon, although it will replace Stonecloaker, not LtC. I plan on running them both in tandem, as they are both fantastic Boros Charm effects! Leave to Chance is sometimes better than Teferi's Protection in that it's one less to cast, it's a Brand effect, and it's an emergency draw source! I always recommend for RW players to run both because they are both awesome!
A lot of players in the comments were frustrated that you cast Blood Moon when all of your opponents were running red, but agree with your decision and would've done the exact same thing. You completely shut the O-Kagachi, Vengeful Kami player out of the game for a while, and you turned off all the Starke player's utility lands
You really need to wait until end of turn to activate abilities! Cracking Expedition Map that early caused you to get three-for-one'd when the Niv-Mizzet, Parun deck cast Timetwister, you activated Starke of Rath on your main phase, allowing your opponent to untap with it, and you rarely ever held up mana for removal! I understand that this was your first time playing with an unfamiliar deck, but all of these seem to be big errors!
I'm sorry for being harsh, but you had so many opportunities for better plays!
Thanks again for the publicity, that was very generous of you!! I hope we can keep this correspondence going in the future :)
2 days ago
I quite like using Autumn's and Silence in my own Selvala, I even run City of Solitude to reinforce that on combo-turn, my spells won't be countered or combo broken. I run Teferi's Protection as well, but our lists are a bit different. I run the same combos, sub the Illusionist's Bracers and added Staff of Domination and Sword of the Paruns, as well as less Selvala-centric cards, IE I don't run Well of Lost Dreams, because I want not to lose sight of the combo, and I also run some other infinite-mana outlets, with Duskwatch Recruiter Flip being a favorite.
A lot of the rest of our differences are quite simple, I lowered the CMC of my deck by dropping cards like Argothian Elder, Mana Reflection, Alhammarret's Archive, Nissa, Worldwaker, Privileged Position, Defense of the Heart, Skyshroud Claim, Tempt with Discovery, Well of Lost Dreams, Oracle of Mul Daya, Karametra's Acolyte, Ezuri, Renegade Leader and a few other mana dumps like Elixir of Immortality in place of tutors like Sylvan Tutor, Chord of Calling, Inventors' Fair, Survival of the Fittest, Yisan, the Wanderer Bard, Fierce Empath, Woodland Bellower, as well as ramp like Sol Ring, Mox Diamond, Chrome Mox, Boreal Druid, Avacyn's Pilgrim, and card draw like Sylvan Library.
I can write up the list and send it to you if you want, it fits at around tier 2.5, and is a fast-acting, 'Dumbstorm' (gives opponents cards to get itself cards) combo-list, with high-amounts of interaction, extremely low curve, tons of tutors and consistency, and is unexpected in high-tiered tables.
2 days ago
Love the deck and primer!
2 days ago
2 days ago
I would swap Exploration for Darksteel Mutation. I would maybe replace the swords with more creature tutors: Birthing Pod and Fauna Shaman. I know pod still is nonbo with Stony Silence, but it's really good.
In terms of protection, I would consider Eerie Interlude, Heroic Intervention, and Teferi's Protection as effectively counterspells to most board wipes. Sylvan Safekeeper is another great protection spell for targeted removal.