Description

This is a tribal toolbox deck that has a focus on 3 steps.

Mana. Make a big multicolored pile of mana as quickly as possible. Cards like Cultivate, Chromatic Lantern, Gemhide Sliver and Mana Reflection are extremely helpful.

Use the Commander. With our mana we bring Sliver Overlord into play and tutor for slivers. Root Sliver, Crystalline Sliver and Sliver Hivelord are the most ideal. With these 3 it is really hard for your opponent to disrupt your plays. Now depending on your opponents field there are other sliver to keep you ahead. By using the slivers with low mana costs this deck can easily search and cast the creature in the same turn. This is what makes the deck hard to beat.

Claiming Victory. This deck has a couple of ways it can win. With Sliver Overlord being a 7/7 commander damage adds up quick. Our second way is with Virulent Sliver. By getting 10 poison counters on a player they instantly lose the game. It isn't too hard to do that with Bonescythe Sliver and Shifting Sliver.

Again remember this is a toolbox deck and there are a variety of sliver combinations to choose from. This deck is a lot of fun to play with and easy to use for those just getting into magic.

If you have any questions or suggestions please feel free to comment below.

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Lucky_Dutch says... #1

Hi there.. our deck are allot different, i see you use some land tutors so i might suggest you could also add Crop Rotation because you dont have to choose a basic land but any land you want..

there are many different ways to go with a deck like this.

The base tactic always is to get the best sliver out asap en win the game.

But in the case that it doesnt work its best to have backup plan like Patriarch's Bidding or Living Death. so when your slivers end up in the graveyard you can get them back.

you might read in my discription that for axample Patriarch's Bidding + Tunnel Vision is a great way to go.

Winged Sliver is a must have in the mainbord.If you want to play Descendants' Path you should play it in combo with Sensei's Divining Top or Mirri's Guile for example, or you might end up putting cards you need on the bottom.Or you could replace it with Lurking Predators so you ''may'' put them on the bottem.

There are also af few instants an sorcery's i would replace like Muddle the Mixture and Brainstorm add Rhystic Study instead..

I dont know if you are on a budget, but this is a deck you should definitely should continue to build on.. yeah... SLivers are king.You could go more controll or destruction or what have you..

My deck also isn't finnished yet. i want to improve the mana base like with more fetch.I still have allot more suggestions for you but its a matter of taste how you like to play your deck..I'll follow the progress of this deck if you dont mind and if you got some suggestions for me dont be shy:)

May 19, 2017 3:51 p.m.

studajew says... #2

Lucky_Dutch thanks for the feed back! This is one of the 1st decks I created and it has been awhile since I updated it. I could move towards faster lands, although I have never been a fan of the fetches. I think you are right about Muddle the Mixture and Brainstorm. Rhystic Study and Sensei's Divining Top are solid replacements.

As for the play style of the deck. It focuses heavily on ramp so you can tutor for Sliver Hivelord, Crystalline Sliver and sometimes Root Sliver. With Sliver Hivelord coming into play, pretty much every game, it is a lot harder for your creatures to die. So the recursion doesn't have to be as extravagant. Volrath's Stronghold, Phyrexian Reclamation and Pulmonic Sliver usually get the job done. Also the deck doubles up on the slivers that have great effects. So if I lose one another is there to fill its place.

May 22, 2017 11:19 a.m.

Lucky_Dutch says... #3

The main reason I like fetch land is that ik can get the lands I really need, Wooded Foothills for example can get me a mountain forest, or forest Plaines or mountain swamp etc etc.. to bad they are so expensive.

May 22, 2017 11:35 a.m.

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Date added 2 years
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Legality

This deck is Commander / EDH legal.

Cards 100
Avg. CMC 2.95
Tokens 1/1 Sliver, 1/1 Shapeshifter
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