Creature — Thrull
Extort (Whenever you cast a spell, you may pay W/B. If you do, each opponent loses 1 life and you gain that much life.)
Whenever Treasury Thrull attacks, you may return target artifact, creature, or enchantment card from your graveyard to your hand.
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Treasury Thrull Discussion
1 week ago
I'm building an Athreos deck myself too, and I had many of those cards in my list, but ultimately, the ETB and LTB effects are the ones doing the best for me. So I'd suggest taking out Wight of Precinct Six, Treasury Thrull, Skirsdag High Priest, Revenant, Raving Dead, Nighthowler, Mother of Runes, Archetype of Finality, Tragic Slip, Rescue from the Underworld, Vedalken Orrery, Altar of Dementia, Elixir of Immortality, Blood Tribute and Greater Auramancy. Sanguine Bond and Exquisite Blood are good, but they would work better with a different commander. Just try to focus on Athreos' ability.
Try to add a lot of 2 drops and 4 drops, so they all go before and after Athreos, and go from there. Wall of Omens is really good, a chomp blocker and you get to draw a card a few times if they decide to send it to your hand.
What I've learned, is that at first they'll let you keep your first drops so they can focus on the big main threats. Your hand will be full with cards you'll have to discard if you don't have Reliquary Tower down, and it can be a bother, but discarding big things is the best way to go since you can just bring them back from your graveyard quite easily. And instead of waiting to discard at the end of turn, try using cards like Sibsig Icebreakers so they have to discard with you as well.
Spawning Pit, Culling Dais, Phyrexian Plaguelord, etc. Help you to get bonuses by sacrificing your own creatures. Specially with cards like Wake the Dead and Rally the Ancestors that work for a single turn, while also dealing a lot of damage to your opponents, unless they let you keep your creatures. Either way it's a win/win situation.
Hope that helps!
3 weeks ago
i also play a teysa deck, but mine is more voltron-ish. I found that having Exsanguinate in much better than Death Grasp especially if you play in a multiplayer setting. also for card draw instead of things like Read the Bones try using Phyrexian Arena, or Underworld Connections you can get multiple uses out of them instead of just a one time draw spell. Staff of Nin is also fantastic at drawing for you. I would also add in Ghostly Prison, and Spear of Heliod or Lightmine Field it just gives opponents even more of a reason to not attack you. Treasury Thrull also has great recursion. and Beacon of Unrest is really good too. If you want to check it out my deck is The Angel of Orzhov
1 month ago
2 months ago
Dreams of the Dead is a really underrated card that can be a powerhouse if you build around it. All you need is a way to blink the creatures your returning.
Other than that it's pretty much: Black returns creatures, Blue returns instants and sorceries, and White returns artifacts and enchantments, so just put your non-creature recursion on creatures (Archaeomancer, Argivian Archaeologist, Auramancer, Hanna, Ship's Navigator, Junk Diver, Myr Retriever, Treasure Hunter, Treasury Thrull, Twilight Shepherd, Xiahou Dun, the One-Eyed.)
2 months ago
If this is meant for Kitchen Table magic (a format which I like very much, BTW) then it could work.
Perhaps a Treasury Thrull if you have one (or can find one)
4 months ago
My first draft experience was after my first ever Sealed event, and both times it was the Gatecrash set. I was pretty nervous and not sure what to do, but playing Sealed really helped me familiarize with the cards, so I took as many Extort cards as I could, starting with a Treasury Thrull and continung with cards like Kingpin's Pet and Basilica Guards as I could get, and ended up splashing blue for Mortus Strider, Dinrova Horror and Soul Ransom. Went 3-0 and won my pod, which was a wonderful surprise! On reflection, the deck I had built was an absolute beast.
On ChiefBell's point on Cubes, I am in fact drafting my Super Multicolour Cube Of Deadly Death tomorrow IRL. It is themed around gold and hybrid cards and cost me about 80 to 100 quid or so to build. Theoretically, you could build a Cube out of cards from your cllection (say, commons and uncommons and rares you don't use).
6 months ago
7 months ago
Saying you do not want expensive suggestions. For some people, Scrubland is expensive, for others, Temple of Silence is too expensive. Try to define a max budget. But anyways, the best thing to do is to consolidate and focus what you already have. Use the rule of 9 as much as possible - 9 cards with 4 copies each and 24 lands make a deck in a simple and effective way. For example:
Crypt Ghast, Tithe Drinker, Kingpin's Pet, Orzhov Charm, Orzhov Signet, Tidehollow Sculler, Nightsky Mimic, Edge of Divinity. Then add a dash of bombs to finish it off - 1x Obzedat, Ghost Council, 1 Treasury Thrull, 1 Deathpact Angel and 1 Teysa, Envoy of Ghosts for maximum variety.
Using what you have and building upon it with only commons and additional copies, has created a deck that is flavorful yet streamlined in what it does.
|Power / Toughness||4/4|
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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