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Defender (This creature can't attack.)
When Wall of Blossoms enters the battlefield, draw a card.
Maybe Overgrown Battlement , Wall of Mulch , Vine Trellis , Wall of Blossoms back up with Wolfbriar Elemental and Howl of the Night Pack for a different approach? And even a Tinder Wall for occasional red splash for sideboard?
I would cut Gatecreeper Vine as it doesn't actually do anything since you're not playing gates. If you can get them, Sylvan Caryatid is a much better option. If not, Wall of Blossoms is cheap. Blossoms also makes a good replacement over Carven Caryatid .
It's not worth going 5 color for something like this. Chose the 3 most effective colors and go with them and your deck will be much more efficient/better. I'd drop the black and blue since they do the least for you.
Sunblast Angel could be a good finisher.
Also, I'm shocked to not see Reveillark in this build. It reanimates your Splicers, as well as many other key cards like Prime Speaker Zegana and Prophet of Kruphix . Consider replacing Wall of Omens or Wall of Blossoms .
Sorry about the poor grammar in that last sentence. Mistakes happen. Have you thought about Craterhoof Behemoth and Avenger of Zendikar as ways to close out games much more quickly? Maybe cut Wall of Blossoms and Wall of Omens since all they do is cantrip and block a few times.
Unfortunately, Sylvan Primordial has been banned in EDH.
I also think that since your creatures have flash, you're missing a golden opportunity for some hijinks with Cloudstone Curio . With a couple 1/1 deathtouch dudes like Nessian Asp and your Wall of Blossoms , you can effectively stop people from swinging at your since you can return the asp to your hand when you flash out the wall, grab a new card off the top, then cast the asp again to block (if it were tapped from attacking, say), and return the wall. It seems like having an "enter the battlefield" subtheme with bounce abuse would be really powerful with the shell you've made.
Sylvan Caryatid is pretty good. An 0/3 blocker that taps for mana and cant be removed is pretty good.
Obviously these aren't the best, but people above took ideas XD
|Power / Toughness||0/4|
|Avg. draft pick||2.18|
|Avg. cube pick||8.79|
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|From the Vault: Twenty||Uncommon|
|Planechase 2012 Edition||Uncommon|