Adaptive combo list designed for competitive EDH (cEDH) that can alternate between stax and fast combo. Credit goes to tw0handt0uch and Garta for finding the original combo line.

Paradox Sisay is a flexible adaptive combo deck that can both threaten to combo off repeatedly as well as find relevant hate pieces to slow down or stonewall other decks at the table. The deck runs a diverse suite of stax pieces which can be adjusted as necessary to suit your meta. The deck can combo by storming off with legendary spells or establish a lock on the game by shutting off the opponents' lands.

Unfortunately, Sisay has a large weakness in that the deck is very commander dependent and the combo is sorcery speed. Although a number of cEDH decks fall into this category, this is particularly problematic for Sisay because people often prioritize her as a target of creature removal in order to deny her first fetch. Along the same lines, people often tutor stax pieces that are problematic for Sisay in particular - Phyrexian Revoker, Linvala, Keeper of Silence, Aven Mindcensor, and Cursed Totem.

Because Sisay can flexibly play out either a stax or combo gameplan, it is important to evaluate other decks at the table for their winning speed and the interaction that they might have. Big thanks to Lobster/Sigi/Neunviertel/SirOzzsome for creating the following graph that shows a quick comparison with other common decks played in cEDH.

In comparison to other cEDH decks, Sisay ranks in the middle both in combo speed and interactivity. Again, her flexibility is the most important attribute to enabling wins against a variety of tables. She has great tools for slowing down faster decks before she drops, as well as good tutor targets to often lock them out of the game completely. Against slower and more interactive decks, she can play the role of fast combo and seek to end the game early or play the long game with great tutor targets of her own.

Finally, Sisay's main advantage over other decks in a similar speed / interactivity tier is again in flexibility - this time, in deck construction. Selesnya colors offer a wide selection of tools to quicken Sisay's combo speed - she can add protection spells to help ensure the combo, increase nonland mana sources to drop Sisay faster and help enable the combo, or add additional ways to grant Sisay extra untaps. She can also be slowed down significantly in favor of more interaction - there are more stax pieces that can be included to slow down the table while leaving Sisay's core combo intact as well as additional tutorable legendary targets that can shut down the game. The current decklist is designed to be as close to the center as possible and played in a meta that features a variety of decks. There's a lot of room for adaptation, which will be detailed in the Single Card Discussion heading below.

Although I will explain a number of different potential combo lines in this section, it is only recommended that you run the two that are best for your metagame and most compact. My deck currently only runs the Thousand-Year Elixir line listed below.

Combo Starter

Starting the combo requires a non-land mana source that produces two mana, Captain Sisay, and enough mana to both cast Paradox Engine and another spell for an untap trigger.

Inventors' Fair Lines

Now you can freely fetch and cast all three mana legendaries from your deck. The most important one is Azusa, Lost but Seeking. The extra land drops let you play Gaea's Cradle for extra mana and Inventors' Fair. The main Inventors' Fair targets are Cloudstone Curio, Blasting Station, or Thousand-Year Elixir - the combos for each tutorable target are listed below.

Cloudstone Curio and Reki, the History of Kamigawa let you draw your deck by bouncing and replaying legendary creatures. It also lets you make infinite mana by bouncing and replaying small creatures (such as mana dorks). Be careful not to deck yourself, since Reki's trigger is not optional (bounce Reki after drawing the last card). After drawing the whole deck, a variety of things can win the game. Blind Obedience will give you infinite extort, card:Ulamong, the Ceaseless Hunger will exile all your opponents permanents, Eternal Witness can be looped to repeatedly cast Beast Within and Swords to Plowshares to destroy all permanents and Beast tokens; the list goes on and on. Note that Hushwing Gryff and Torpor Orb both shut down Cloudstone Curio.

Blasting Station lets you repeatedly sacrifice a creature and ping the board down, together with Bow of Nylea. Sacrifice a cheap legendary creature (ideally Hope of Ghirapur) to ping someone for 1, return the creature from your graveyard to the bottom of your library using Bow of Nylea, and tutor it again with Captain Sisay. This lets you cast that cheap creature again, triggering untaps and letting you repeat this loop. Unfortunately, Null Rod and Stony Silence shuts down this line, as does Rest in Peace.

Thousand-Year Elixir combos with Selvala, Explorer Returned to mill your opponents. It is critical that Dosan the Falling Leaf is in play before going for this line to protect your combo from the cards your opponents draw. Use Selvala's Parlay ability together with Captain Sisay's fetch to draw your deck. Repeatedly cast Green Sun's Zenith once your library is empty to prevent yourself from decking and use Selvala to deck the other players. In a pinch, Lightning Greaves will do the same job - however, the Greaves will not work under a Null Rod or Stony Silence. Note that the combo is not deterministic, as you need to draw spells with Selvala to continue to trigger Paradox Engine untaps. However, if you use Thousand-Year Elixir's untap ability to draw two cards with Selvala for each Paradox Engine trigger, then the chances of fizzling are about one in ten million. You can use Captain Sisay to draw legendary spells to help fuel Paradox untaps as well as legendary lands once the spells are gone to help thin the deck and remove draws that would be dead with Selvala.

Legend-Only Lines

This line costs more mana with stricter color requirements to loop (specifically 1GGW) than the Inventors' Fair lines, so it's harder to assemble. However, all of the combo pieces are tutorable with Captain Sisay which can be advantageous if for some reason you can't get a land drop to play Inventors' Fair. The required legendary cards are Saffi Eriksdotter, Bow of Nylea, and one of the Amonkhet Monuments (e.g. Bontu's Monument). Begin by fetching and casting all three of these legends. Sacrifice Saffi targetting any creature, then use Bow to move her back to the bottom of the library. Fetch Saffi using Captain Sisay again and cast her. This triggers a Paradox Engine untap as well as the Amonkeht Monument. This loop can now be repeated for infinite monument triggers.

The best monument for this line is Bontu's Monument as infinite drain will kill the table. Oketra's Monument will yield infinite tokens and Rhonas's Monument yields infinite pump and trample, which can work well if you can grant your creatures haste. Unfortunately, the best tutorable source for haste is Akroma's Memorial which is fairly bad. However, these are the only two monuments with relevant static abilities for play outside your combo turn. Hazoret's Monument gives you infinite rummage triggers, which allows you to perfectly sculpt your hand and arrange your deck together with Bow of Nylea. This should allow you to assemble a win. Kefnet's Monument is unplayable garbage.

Additional Combo Tips

Rishkar, Peema Renegade makes it possible to win without non-land mana sources, as long as there are creatures that aren't summoning sick for him to put counters on. This provides the two mana in non-land sources needed for the combo as described above, and the combo proceeds as normal. Rishkar also makes the Legend-Only line much easier to assemble, as he helps satisfy the stricter green requirement.

Free spells such as Noxious Revival, Land Grant, Mox Diamond, and Chrome Mox are valuable because they provide a free Paradox Engine untap. As such, if you already have enough non-land mana sources to start your combo it can be better to play a land instead of playing Mox Diamond and pitching the land, as you can use it later on as a free untap.

The Thousand-Year Elixir line is very resilient to stax pieces if Yisan, the Wanderer Bard is in the deck as well, as he can easily fetch answers to stax pieces and repeatedly tap thanks to Paradox Engine and Elixir. Qasali Pridemage on 2 answers artifact and enchantment stax while Banisher Priest or Fiend Hunter on 3 answers creature stax pieces.

Captain Sisay's tutor ability makes her uniquely capable of fetching stax pieces that are relevant to the other decks at the table. The fetchable stax package consists of Hokori, Dust Drinker, Kataki, War's Wage, Linvala, Keeper of Silence, Thalia, Guardian of Thraben and Thalia, Heretic Cathar. If your opponents have open mana or you aren't capable of comboing with Paradox Engine, it is often better to fetch a hate bear instead of forcing the combo. Notably, thanks to Rishkar, Peema Renegade fetching a hate bear often will not be at a cost to your combo.

The stax combo that can lock your opponents out of the game is Living Plane together with either Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite to destroy all opponents' lands or Linvala, Keeper of Silence to prevent them from being tapped for mana. This lock is generally harder to assemble than the combo lines listed above, but it is a plan B for when the Paradox line is unavailable.

The symmetrical stax pieces currently included in the decklist are Static Orb, Winter Orb, and Trinisphere. We break parity on all of these effects by tutoring Gaea's Cradle, which will provide more mana for us than our opponents. The asymmetrical stax pieces should also always be run for obvious reasons: Aven Mindcensor, Manglehorn, Phyrexian Revoker, and Aura of Silence. Finally, we run both Ravages of War and Armageddon as a way to reset the game. The deck has a fair number of legendary lands, which lets us rebuild very quickly from either of these. Together with our mana dorks, resolving one will usually set us fairly far ahead of the game.

Most other stax pieces can be adjusted to suit your meta. Cards such as Containment Priest, Eidolon of Rhetoric, Ethersworn Canonist, Hushwing Gryff, Hall of Gemstone, Stony Silence, and Grafdigger's Cage are currently included as meta calls. Although some of these stax pieces do stop our own combo lines, Miren, the Moaning Well is fetchable with Sisay and gives us the option to sacrifice our own stax pieces and go off. Alternative or additional options to consider for your meta are listed below.

As mentioned in the introduction, one of Sisay's strongest points comes from flexibility in deck construction. As such, this section will talk about potential cards for inclusion as opposed to the specific choices made for the decklist above. These are roughly broken into three categories for each section: mandatory, good, and maybe.




  • Aetherflux Reservoir - Typical storm outlet but weak to Null Rod, Stony Silence. Not deterministic if your draws with Reki are bad and not tutorable with Sisay, so this replaces the Inventors' Fair fetch.
  • Bontu's Monument - Tutorable and combos with Curio. Can potentially replace Hope as a Metalcraft enabler although it's expensive. Best monument to use with the Legend-Only combo line.
  • Saffi Eriksdotter - One of the only legendary creatures that can sacrifice itself. Enables the Legend-Only line.
  • Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger - Tutorable and exiles all opponents' permanents after generating infinite mana with Curio loops.


  • Sylvan Safekeeper - Protects Sisay and other stax pieces as well in a pinch.
  • Mother of Runes - Protects Sisay and other stax pieces - can't be used multiple times in a turn, but doesn't cost lands.
  • Lightning Greaves - Only offers protection at sorcery speed, but performs double duty by granting Haste and enabling Selvala combo.


  • Dragonlord Dromoka - Tutorable Abolisher but much more expensive. Protects your combo in only the grindiest matchups.
  • Apostle's Blessing - Protects both Sisay and Engine. Cheap spell to trigger untaps in a pinch.
  • Faith's Shield - Protects anything or everything. Also a cheap spell to trigger untaps.
  • Rebuff the Wicked - Protects anything but worse against damage spells that don't target and spells with ETB triggers.
  • Silence - Amazing card that can protect your own combo or stop someone else's combo. Unfortunately doesn't stop Flash Hulk.
  • Autumn's Veil - Prevents countermagic and offers protection for Sisay.
  • Vines of Vastwood - Protects only creatures, but it can potentially interrupt opponents' combos by targetting their creatures.
  • Concordant Crossroads - Allows activating Sisay immediately but can potentially open up wins to other players.
  • Reverent Mantra - Protection for creatures that can also be a free Paradox untap.
  • Quirion Ranger - Can offer extra mana and a land drop with a dork out. Fetching both Engine and Opal on the combo turn shortcuts the need for a free spell to combo. Also quite good under Static Orb for free untaps.


  • City of Solitude - The same effect as Dosan, but not tutorable. A risky drop when you're not already trying to combo.
  • Grand Abolisher - Like Dosan and City but asymmetric and a creature.
  • Scryb Ranger - Same as Quirion Ranger in utility, but costs one more mana and gains flash.
  • Wirewood Symbiote - Worse than the Rangers but it can return Rishkar in a pinch to make more mana.
  • Nature's Chosen - Same as Quirion Ranger but much riskier.
  • Lapse of Certainty - Hard-ish counterspell in white.
  • Ephemeral Shields - Free protection spell, but only against creature destruction.
  • Riftsweeper - Great if a legendary card gets exiled and a potential meta call against Food Chain decks.



  • Boreal Druid - Reliable one mana dork, but only makes colorless.
  • Devoted Druid - Two mana dork that can make two mana when it counts.
  • Mana Vault - Cheap mana rock that can enable early Sisay or Paradox Engine.
  • Voyaging Satyr - Two mana dork that works extra well with Cradle.
  • Everflowing Chalice - Two mana rock that can be a free spell for a Paradox untap.
  • Lotus Petal - Temporary fast mana to land a faster Sisay and combo sooner. Can be a Paradox untap in a pinch.



  • Linvala, Keeper of Silence - Tutorable asymmetric effect that shuts off many decks.
  • Aven Mindcensor - Asymmetric effect that will always be relevant due to fetchlands and tutors.
  • Hokori, Dust Drinker - Tutorable Winter Orb. Interacts poorly with Static Orb and parity is broken by mana rocks and dorks.
  • Thalia, Guardian of Thraben - Tutorable Thorn of Amethyst.
  • Static Orb - Symmetric effect that shuts down games the hardest but it's also harder to break parity.
  • Winter Orb - Symmetric effect that can be broken with mana rocks and dorks.
  • Armageddon - Symmetric effect that often slows down a game and also can be broken with rocks and dorks.
  • Ravages of War - Same as Armageddon.




  • Green Sun's Zenith - A dork on 0, fetches anything on higher, and prevents decking yourself in the Elixir / Selvala combo line.
  • Chord of Calling - Instant speed tutor into play is powerful and can surprise people (e.g. dropping Dosan on 3)
  • Eladamri's Call - Fetches any creature, with extra utility if fetching a hatebear with flash.
  • Enlightened Tutor - Fetches Mana Crypt on fast combo lines, Living Plane on stax lines.
  • Worldly Tutor - Fetches any creature.


  • Recruiter of the Guard - Fetches almost any creature in the deck.
  • Survival of the Fittest - Fetches any creature, enables Loyal Retainers lines. Sisay can fetch a reanimation target, then Survival can pitch it to find Retainers.
  • Crop Rotation - Finding Ancient Tomb for a turn 1 Sphere is an extremely powerful play. Can also find Gaea's Cradle or other utility lands.
  • Yisan, the Wanderer Bard - Finds any creature in the deck, albeit slowly for more expensive ones. He is particularly good for rebuilding after a wipe because chaining Quirion Ranger into Priest of Titania will grant you a lot of mana on the next turn.


  • Fauna Shaman - Similar to Survival, but usable only once per turn and affected by summoning sickness.
  • Sylvan Tutor - Worse than Worldly, but it will do in a pinch.
  • Idyllic Tutor - If you're all in on the Living Plane plan.
  • Sterling Grove - Better than Idyllic Tutor, but really only gets Living Plane. This card is better if you want to go a more enchantment stax route.


  • Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite - Often wipes the board and doubles as a beatdown plan in a pinch.
  • Land Grant - Free spell to untap with Paradox Engine, effectively a land in hand most of the time.
  • Noxious Revival - Free spell that can mess with opponents' graveyards or set up next turn's play.
  • Sylvan Library - Repeatedly refuels your hand.





  • Path to Exile - Worse than Swords, but hard removal is hard removal.
  • Deglamer - Shuffling is often better than destroying.
  • Song of the Dryads - Sorcery speed removal that hits all permanents.
  • Beast Within - Instant speed permanent removal with trivial downside.
  • Fiend Hunter - Creature removal - easier to tutor for than other options.
  • Banisher Priest - Same as Fiend Hunter, but Recruiter of the Guard can hit it.
  • Unexpectedly Absent - Instant speed nonland permanent removal with upside if cast in response to a fetch.


  • Oust - Worse than both Swords and Path, but can hurt commander-dependent decks.
  • Lignify - Sorcery speed removal but it makes commanders harder to recover.
  • Darksteel Mutation - Similar to Lignify.
  • Natural State - Narrower Nature's Claim that's good in faster combo builds.




As discussed in the gameplan section, evaluating the combo speed of other decks at the table is very important for this deck. In particular, this should guide your opening hands because you need to decide if your hand has the tools to combo off earlier than the other decks. If not, then the hand should be capable of interacting with the other decks at the table through interaction and stax.

Hands with a lot of mana acceleration tend towards fast combo lines. The mana dorks or mana rocks let you drop an early Sisay and provides the fuel for Paradox Engine when you go for the combo. It is important to keep a cheap spell in hand in order to get the first untap with the Paradox Engine.

Hands with a mix of mana acceleration and relevant stax are ideal, because it lets Sisay play the most flexibly, either looking for an opening to combo or slowing the game down. Look for openings to tutor Paradox Engine and combo off - however, if people are holding up interaction it's generally recommended to slow down the game by tutoring for stax pieces.

Hands without much acceleration but with a lot of relevant stax can be risky but certainly playable. These hands depend the most on turn order and the speed of other decks. If you can drop the relevant stax pieces before the other decks can combo off, then you can slowly tutor for more stax pieces to lock down the game, and Rishkar to enable your own combo lines.

All other hands should be mulliganed - hands with irrelevant stax pieces, not enough mana, or with too many fetchable but narrow cards in hand (e.g. Elesh Norn, Bow of Nylea, Dosan) are bad. Ideally your hand should be able to support playing Sisay by turn 3 - she can help you tutor your way out of bad hands.

For the most part, for each expensive card in the deck you can look for it in the Single Card Discussion section and try to find a replacement. However, I'll go over some potential alternatives that can replace the most expensive cards (more than $20) in this section. Each card will be listed in order of price.

In order of importance to the deck and getting the most value out of buying the card, I would recommend acquiring Mana Crypt, Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite, Mox Opal and Azusa, Lost but Seeking first. The rest of the cards will improve your deck but won't have as high an impact for their price.

  • Gaea's Cradle - Extremely powerful card but replaceable with Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx. Nykthos is much worse under Static Orb, but still helps you break parity on most other stax effects and can make a significant amount of mana.
  • Ravages of War - Although the original printing for this card is expensive, there's actually a judge promo version that's much cheaper. One card I would try replacing this with is Cataclysm, which is much harder to break parity on but equally powerful. Cataclysm is much more powerful than Ravages when Sisay is out just because your opponents can lose a significant number of nonland mana sources and you can rebuild much more consistently.
  • Living Plane - This card is extremely replaceable because the combo with Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite or Linvala, Keeper of Silence is a tertiary plan. The closest substitute to this card is Nature's Revolt which serves the same function but is one mana more expensive.
  • Savannah - Ideally this deck has two fetchable dual lands in order to more consistently cast your double-white spells. That said, as long as you have your first fetchable untapped dual land in Temple Garden, the second one is fairly optional. Including Canopy Vista or Scattered Groves are fine budget alternatives.
  • Mox Diamond - This card enables the fastest combo lines and acts as a free untap for Paradox Engine. This can be replaced with any other card in the ramp section.
  • Horizon Canopy - This card is unnecessarily expensive and offers very marginal benefit. Cut it for any cheaper ETB untapped land, like Brushland, Mana Confluence, City of Brass, or even a basic.
  • Mana Crypt - This card is a cEDH staple and enables the fastest combo lines, acts as a free spell to untap Paradox Engine, and overall amazing. This can be substituted for any card in the ramp section but I highly encourage purchasing this card first if you're looking to upgrade your deck just because it's a staple in every cEDH deck.
  • Mox Opal - This card is amazing because it enables the best combo line since it's tutorable with Sisay. If Mana Crypt is the first purchase that adds the most power to this deck, then Mox Opal comes at a very close second. The combo lines will still work without Mox Opal, but they will just require more starting mana, or the inclusion of more cheap legendaries (especially 1-drops) in order to make more mana. Again, can be substituted for any ramp card.
  • Verdant Catacombs - The most expensive fetch. Just run any other land that can make both green and white mana in its place.
  • Cavern of Souls - Mostly useless unless you expect a lot of counterspells on Sisay. Substitute with any other land that can make both colors of mana.
  • Misty Rainforest - Same as Verdant Catacombs.
  • Bloom Tender - Enables the combo line on its own because it makes two mana with Sisay out. That said, it can easily be replaced with any other ramp card.
  • Arid Mesa - Same as Verdant Catacombs.
  • Azusa, Lost but Seeking - Allows you to expend land drops during the combo line to play Inventor's Fair. Cuttable, but it can make your combo turn a little slower. There's no amazing substitute for this card unfortunately but more ramp spells can make it so that you don't need to drop a land before casting Paradox Engine.
  • Ancient Tomb - One of the best two-mana lands. Just run any other land.
  • Marsh Flats - Same as Verdant Catacombs.
  • Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite - This card is an amazing tutorable board wipe that also makes beatdown a viable plan. You could try Crovax, Ascendant Hero as a mini-version that will still kill most dorks, but it's really not the same. If you're looking for a good mass-pump spell Spear of Heliod might just be better, but it's hard to replicate the board wipe effect unfortunately.



Kamahl, Fist of Krosa has been pretty great. It provides an effective alternative wincon with Elesh Norn when Paradox Engine can make a lot of mana but Selvala combo is offline, and provides a 6 for Yisan into Norn.


  • Blasting Station -> Null Rod - with the addition of Kamahl the Blasting Station line is less necessary, which provides room for more stax pieces.
  • Hope of Ghirapur -> Umezawa's Jitte - My meta is more creature heavy and Jitte serves a similar purpose in acting as a cheap legendary spell that turns on metalcraft. Jitte offers more utility in being able to kill dorks.
  • Palace Jailer -> Fiend Hunter - cutting Recruiter of the Guard and deals with Norn
  • Recruiter of the Guard -> Eidolon of Rhetoric - another meta call
  • Miren, Moaning Well -> Yavimaya Hollow - provides a little bit more protection and Miren's use case of sacrificing your own stax has not come up enough times to justify leaving it in.


Tangerinefox says... #1

Have you considered running Crucible? You've got Azusa and Strip Mine. Any fetchland, recursion from Armageddon, and I personally love it with Skullclamp and Dryad Arbor in my Lands deck.

Not to mention Inventor's Fair every turn for any non-legendary artifact, can fetch crucible first to get it started.

Just some things to think about. I've been considering building Paradox Sisay for some time. Before P.Engine was printed I wanted to build a Yisan list. (Sisay who fetches Yisan 85% of the time) because I love the synergy with Yisan and tapping effects but didn't want to go mono-G it's pretty prevalent in my meta.

June 29, 2017 5:41 p.m.

biopouvoir says... #2

This deck is designed for 100% competitive EDH tables, where fast combo decks are pushing to win by turn 4. As such, Crucible of Worlds is far too slow - Sisay would much rather either play another stax piece in that slot or a combo enabler to help ensure that the Paradox Engine combo can win.

June 30, 2017 12:32 a.m.

K34 says... #3

Very nice.

August 25, 2017 7:04 a.m.

Why isn't Joraga Treespeaker mentioned in the ramp section? I understand that she is probably worse (generally) than any of the other one-mana dorks, but wouldn't she at least be preferable to the two-mana rocks in a deck with stony silence and potentially null rod? I'm just curious.

August 28, 2017 7:17 p.m.

biopouvoir says... #5

Joraga Treespeaker is a bit weak for competitive EDH. She is somewhat comparable to a Worn Powerstone with the upside of being able to spread the startup mana over two turns. If people are looking to make replacements to some cards in the deck, it's reasonable to cut Stony Silence and Null Rod if more mana rocks are being run. I suppose she might find a mention - I might put her in the maybe section for ramp.

August 29, 2017 1:34 a.m.

Thanks. I figured she just wasn't good enough.

August 29, 2017 2:22 p.m.

Peej says... #7

Thoughts on Aura Shards?

September 1, 2017 11:40 p.m.

biopouvoir says... #8

Aura Shards is a meta-call. Kataki is usually a better hate piece against artifacts, and there aren't typically that many enchantments in cEDH. It's fine if your meta is extremely heavy in either, but otherwise fairly unimpressive.

September 2, 2017 1:18 p.m.

Chalkbrood says... #9

since when can you play blind obedience in a sisay deck? I see a black mana symbol on it

September 3, 2017 9:24 a.m.

biopouvoir says... #10

It's the same reason you can play Trinisphere in any deck, even though there's a black symbol on that too. Reminder text does not count towards color identity and the black symbol in Extort is part of the reminder text. So you could play Blind Obedience ever since it came out.

September 3, 2017 10:56 a.m.

soymonk says... #11

Chalkbrood Reminder text is exempt from color identity.

September 8, 2017 1:03 p.m.

Why is Reki not in here?

September 9, 2017 1:04 p.m.

biopouvoir says... #13

Reki is a dead card outside the combo turn. The incidental card draw is not good enough for cEDH and he requires running Cloudstone Curio, another dead card.

September 11, 2017 11:27 a.m.

TKFTGaurdian says... #14

Do you think adding pws will do anything for sisay? It doesn't seem like it would have any value, but I was wondering if you thought any differedntly.

November 1, 2017 7:41 p.m.

biopouvoir says... #15

There are a few ideas I've had floating around for a combo involving Planewalkers, but I've ended up deciding that none of them are really worth the effort. The biggest issue with planeswalkers is that you don't get access to the ones that are good in cEDH in Selesnya colors. The colorless planeswalkers are usually too expensive and their effects aren't strong enough for cEDH (except for Ugin, I guess but wraths actively hurt your gameplan).

November 2, 2017 2:08 p.m.

Wheezy says... #16

First off, sweet deck.

How do you get haste for your guys? I see the elixer and greaves, but after that, there isn't another haste enabler. In playtesting your deck, I've come across the problem of getting a whole bunch of 2 and 3 mana legends, but having to wait a turn before I can finish going off. I'll grant you that thalia, and hokori can do a decent job of stalling, but you then have a target on you and one toxic deluge, or destroy artifact can ruin your day.

December 15, 2017 11:16 a.m.

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