Vizier of Remedies

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Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Arena [BETA] Legal
Brawl Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Amonkhet (AKH) Uncommon

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Vizier of Remedies

Creature — Human Cleric

If one or more -1/-1 counters would be put on a creature you control, that many -1/-1 counters minus one are put on it instead.

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Vizier of Remedies Discussion

Xica on The Wrath of the Scarab ...

3 weeks ago

I would recommend playing Shriekmaw over Ravenous Chupacabra. It does something past turn 2, instead of past turn 4, which is very relevant, as it can stop things like Baral, Chief of Compliance storm, or Devoted Druid + Vizier of Remedies and the like from murdering you on turn 3 after they untapped with their creatures. Plus it has a relevant evasion on its body when reanimated.

As usual i will mention that The Scarab God is at its best when its cheaper to activate thanks to stuff like Training Grounds (also plays well with Pack Rat), or cast due to Heartless Summoning.

lagotripha on Grow and destroy!

1 month ago

How competitive and aggressive do you want to be in modern?

You can consistantly manage 12 budget 1 drop manadorks in G/W (Elvish Mystic, Llanowar Elves (I don't know why the price listing is broken), Avacyn's Pilgrim), followed by very efficient creatures in the 3/4/5 slot. Its best if those creatures let you stabilize, having an immediate board impact- Obstinate Baloth is loved for that reason, but there are plenty of alternatives.

If you want to run that an aggro deck to cast dinos, then look at Crested Herdcaller, Deathgorge Scavenger, Runic Armasaur, Siegehorn Ceratops and Thrashing Brontodon. However, as a lot of them are in standard, you might want to wait for rotation before building it in modern as it will be substantially cheaper.

Modern cards that are good for any tribal in G/W are Mirror Entity and Chameleon Colossus - one for its power when you go wide, and the other due to its surprising resilience in midrange.

GW hatebears has some older budget lists which can be plundered for ideas, and some new card printings (notably Vizier of Remedies ) allow for very powerful interactions even with budget cards (Safehold Elite looks a lot stronger).

There are also lists built around Knight of New Alara that, while long in the tooth, have solid ideas.

The strongest way to build in budget is to spot a theme across a lot of sets (that means a lot of similar cards have been printed), and grab the cheap ones that work well together (in price and cmc), so that while no part of your deck is spectacular, you can consistantly win a lot of matchups.

Green also has the benifit of access to a lot of card fixing in the form of things like Adventurous Impulse- there are like eight variants, which makes building around card interactions a lot smoother, whatever you pick.

Good luck, and happy brewing.

Geralf_Cecani on Persistently Annoying

1 month ago

Ok, first things first: Melira and Devoted Druid don't work the way you think they do. Since Melira, Sylvok Outcast prevents counters from being put on, you can't pay the cost of the ability, so you can't activate it. The Vizier of Remedies is specifically worded so that it is possible. This doesn't mean either are bad, as they still go off with persist or the vizier, but its something you should keep in mind. You probably knew that, but just in case :P

Ditch Solemnity. You have an eight of main board, its unnecessary.

Oracle of Nectars is far too slow to be any good, it'll be turn four before you can activate him, and against burn you'll be already dead by then. Maybe Auriok Champion or Kor Firewalker, they do the same thing turn 2 (for quite alot of devotion however, if you want a less devotion heavy option, maybe Life Goes On? That's way more than the oracle will get you, for much less mana).

Graveyard hate. As nmiller said, relic is an option. Grafdigger's Cage is another.

With your manabase, Joiner Adept is a bit off. The only reason you'd need to run her is against Blood Moon, and you may as well run Disenchant instead.

Fracturing Gust fucks up affinity, and can also get rid of problem enchantments if you don't mind losing your own (which you don't cos u have none). Use it instead of Kataki, War's Wage, cos it also hits enchantment decks too

Six pieces of removal in the side is a bit much.

Damping Sphere fucks tron and storm.

Leyline of Sanctity fucks burn, 8-rack and anything that targets you. Your playing white so should be hardcastable if you pull it late.

Last point, why no mainboard payoff 4 infinite mana?? You can chord for Emrakul if you go infinite, or just simply hard cast her. Also Walking Ballista can also function as a body, removal, or psuedo-card advantage if your flooded, as well as being a payoff both on the field and in the hand. You can't chord for it, but you can chord for Duskwatch Recruiter  Flip and use your still infinite mana to search for it. Recuiter is a mad card btw. Digs like a madman.

lagotripha on Color me stupid

1 month ago

If you're running them, just mainboard Qasali Pridemage.

In terms of hyper-budget deckbuilding, I find its a lot easier to focus in on a 'gimmick' strategy than look for pure value, which is why a 'multicolour matters' build is good. I'd give some thought to degenerate Vizier of Remedies/Heartmender/Safehold Elite interactions myself, but pure multicolour matters can be strong.

Cute interactions- its what sets a budget deck apart from being a worse version of an expensive deck. Wild Pair and Trostani's Summoner. Playing to a value 3-4-5 drop plan can do a lot. Worm Harvest and similar offer a lot of value to back up Knight of New Alara. There are countless strategies around.

Well is worth a look for sideboard tech.

Giantbaiting has done well in some of my past budget lists, as has Boggart Ram-Gang. Spirit Bonds is an interesting engine to run alongside a more traditional wheenies list, which might help against 'value oriented' midrange metas.

The main thing is to settle into a gameplan. For aggro, its 'how do I do early damge, how do I bypass a strong board to close out the game'. Cards with haste, cards that want to attack turns 1-3, cards that deal a ton of direct damage turns 4-5.

For midrange its 'how do I make my hand worth enough more than my opponents and cash it in for damage'. Cards that do things when you do something you are doing anyway- jamming a ton of Brindle Boar variants with a Gutter Grime works in some metas.

For control its 'how do I stop my opponent closing out the game and slowly win'. Its real tricky on a budget.

For this specific deck, you need to make a choice- The 2-3-4 drops are very strong, but you need to commit to either producing creatures which are hard to remove an create a lot of value midgame, or end the game. Keep that choice in mind when picking cards and you'll get something great.

SynergyBuild on Paradox Scepter Thrasios

2 months ago

Surprised Strionic Resonator wasn't mentioned in the alternate wincons of the deck. It's combo with Paradox Engine is pretty famous among Arcum Dagsson players, and it can act as a secondary Isochron Scepter in some variations of the combo. Similarly many variants run Devoted Druid and Vizier of Remedies in their lists.

SynergyBuild on Atraxa INFECT

2 months ago

Awww... whats not to like about infect? its like commander damage, but better (only need 10 damage), except for Melira, Sylvok Outcast/Solemnity/Vizier of Remedies/other anti-infect effects, and also it' isn't nearly as efficient because you don't have access to your infect creatures every game no matter the hand, but you do your commander.

RedmundR2 on

2 months ago

As much as I despise the Devoted Druid + Vizier of Remedies infinite, you should probably run 4x of Vizier if you intend to use that combo more consistently. You could also use an Eternal Witness for some recursion, and possibly a Heroic Intervention for some anti-board wipe stuff.

Omnath9 on There Will Be Elves (Abzan Edition)

3 months ago

I would strongly urge you to use the combo with Vizier of Remedies and Devoted Druid. It is simply so powerful and incredibly easy to assemble. Devoted Druid can even combo off with Ezuri, Renegade Leader without Vizier of Remedies. Take a look at my deck Budget-ish Modern Elves to see what your deck would be similar to if you used the combo. Feel free to playtest with my deck as much as you want and I'd always love suggestions or feedback on my deck as well!

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