|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Modern Masters 2017 Edition (MM3)||Uncommon|
|New Phyrexia (NPH)||Uncommon|
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Creature — Human Artificer
When Wing Splicer enters the battlefield, create a 3/3 colorless Golem artifact creature token.
Golem creatures you control have flying.
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Wing Splicer Discussion
2 months ago
2 months ago
This looks good. I like a couple of things about it, first Shape Anew is a more reliable Polymorph effect, since you can actually run other creatures rather than tokens. Second, your deck, by design or by coincidence is immune to turn two Chalice of the Void for , which is a common play for those that use the Chalice.
3 months ago
Assuming that you go up to 24 lands (or 20 lands/4 birds, elves, or hierarchs), next thing is: curve.
4 Blade Splicer, since you most likely will get to have 3 mana (deck consistency - you want to have the best thing your deck can do happen as often as possible, and in this case the "best thing" is a first striking golem token as soon as you have 3 mana), and you want to be sure you have something to play. Wing Splicer and Vital Splicer seem like 2-ofs, Master Splicer like something you need 3 of. Maul Splicer... it's just so expensive. Maybe 1?
Oh, and Cloudshift should be a played as a full set. The card may contain some text, but that is rubbish. In your deck, it really reads: "Counter target removal spell, put a 3/3 golem token into play". No Precursor Golem to go with that, though (imagine what happens to all your tokens, if you Cloudshift a non-token golem).
You could also go for a SURPRISE! WINCON! by removing all artifacts from your deck, then adding a single (or two... to ensure you don't draw it by accident), huge golem, like Blightsteel Colossus, Darksteel Colossus, Mycosynth Golem, Sundering Titan, Platinum Emperion or something like that, and a bunch of Shape Anew. Sac tiny token, play huge golem, win game. An should that not work out, you still have an army of golem tokens.
3 months ago
I'd try and streamline your deck - cut down on your worse cards, and max out on your best ones. Awakened Amalgam, Golden Guardian Flip, Nature's Spiral, Reviving Melody, Wake the Reflections, Wildest Dreams, Intangible Virtue, New Horizons, Weirding Wood, Xenograft, and Ghirapur Orrery in particular don't seem that strong. Instead, I'd add some Birds of Paradise and/or Noble Hierarchs, and go all-in on your splicers. Max out on Blade Splicer, Master Splicer, Wing Splicer, and maybe even add Precursor Golem and Distortion Strike as another user suggested. Removal is also always nice; and I'd add 4 copies of Path to Exile or Condemn, depending on your budget.
6 months ago
1 year ago
1 year ago
depends on your interpretation of the word fun and what you want the deck to do
personally i think brago's tokens could be interesting, you obviously wouldn't be blinking tokens, but token makers like Wingmate Roc, Ajani's Chosen, Blade Splicer, Precursor Golem, Master Splicer, Wing Splicer, Whirler Rogue, Myr Battlesphere, Geist-Honored Monk etc ...
then back it up with token enhancing enchantments, blink effects to draw cards (like Mulldrifter or Spreading Seas) ways to cheat cards in (like Flash or AEthermage's Touch) and some general utility like mana rocks (that dont enter tapped) etc
but there are many options once you forgo the traditional competitive lockdown/infinite combo plan, so spend some time on a magic card database searching for etb effects that fit your definition of fun.