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|Masterpiece Series: Amonkhet Invocations (AKHMPS)||Common|
|Ninth Edition (9ED)||Rare|
|Ninth Edition Foreign Black Border (9EDFBB)||Rare|
|Eighth Edition (8ED)||Rare|
|Seventh Edition (7ED)||Rare|
|Urza's Saga (USG)||Rare|
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If you control a creature, damage that would reduce your life total to less than 1 reduces it to 1 instead.
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5 days ago
1 week ago
I've seen a few interesting lists on this plan, usually comboing with cards like Immolating Souleater. Axis of Mortality is the newest card that plays to the strat, but there is also Soul Conduit, and the threat of it sitting on a permanent is pretty effective. If you search the site for modern soul conduit, you should find some example lists.
2 weeks ago
My list started off with a very heavy focus on soldier tribal, too - I still have the cards for it and could swap things around a bit. Other decks just started taking off in my meta, so I had to adjust my list. Darien is no doubt my favorite commander right now, so I was going to find a way to keep playing him.
2 weeks ago
Lingering Souls is too good not to be played. You may need chump blockers vs. big dragons or other aerial attacks and you lack that capability otherwise.
Worship is a funny way to win. You might want to have one.
Blade Splicer seems pretty good.
2 weeks ago
2 weeks ago
2 weeks ago
+1! I love budget elves, I made Budget Elves Modern a while back, but I love this one too!
Could you splash black for Shaman of the Pack, you can use Elves of Deep Shadow for fixing if you want! The reason is that with Shaman of the Pack, the deck as an out to decks like turbo-fog and Worship decks other than the sole Reclamation Sage.
Tossing in a sideboard might also help!
3 weeks ago
I registered an account just to thank you, Jopling, for all the work you put into this deck. I got into this game very recently with the ulterior motive of trying to make friends at my FLGS where it seems Magic is played constantly. I'm not into high fantasy like merfolk and elves and such, but I'm a furry, and I'm really into foxes. When I learned that Magic has foxes in it, my attention piqued. When I learned that an experienced player (namely you) had already built a highly synergistic fox tribal deck which doesn't cost $1000, I decided to build that deck. Obviously, due to my newbishness and lack of any skill whatsoever, I haven't won with this deck as often as you have, but I've had tons of fun nonetheless. As it happens, the Magic community at the FLGS has been nothing but welcoming and amazing, and after playing for less than a month, I feel like I've broken into their social circle and become one of them.
I won 2 out of my 4 matches yesterday at our weekly Modern tourney; the first was sheer luck because I got Worship in games 2 and 3 and my opponent had no response. The second match I won was against an artifact-heavy deck with lots of mana ramping that summoned Emrakul, the Aeons Torn to kill me. I brought in Stony Silence from the sideboard in game 2, and managed to play it to slow down my opponent. He managed to eventually summon a few 1/1 colorless Thopters each turn, but I had his life low enough that he had to keep sacrificing them to block the attacks of my foxes just to survive. Eventually, I drew the right cards to buff up my foxes even further and gain an upper hand; he scooped afterwards. Because he was doing so much during his turns, our match was the last to finish that round; to my amazement, the players who'd finished their matches came to spectate and were cheering me, the total newb, on during game 3. It was at this point that I knew I was officially one of them now. I won that game and the match, so I guess having a rooting section helped. :)
Thanks again for making this deck list available for free and for iterating on it so much based on playtests and feedback. It is because of you that this new player has been able to get into the game and make new friends. Maybe in the future I'll have the money to acquire more cards and dabble in homebrewing, but for now, I'll just have fun buffing up your foxes. :)
By the way, the day I accidentally learned that Samurai of the Pale Curtain really messes with black decks, which often like having cards in the graveyard instead of exiled, was a pretty awesome day. :)