Slivers are not currently able to be played in Standard.
You might want to put this in the Modern Drck Help forum instead of here.
Here's where you can find out which cards are currently Standard legal:
December 6, 2018 7:41 a.m.
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December 6, 2018 8:01 a.m.
Please let us know what format you intend to play, as that information is necessary for other players to provide card suggestions. Once you’ve let me know what format you are in, I can move this thread to the appropriate one. Currently, I have moved it to “Deck Help” which is the generic deck help section, as it is pretty clearly not Standard.
Since you mentioned you are new, I wanted to give you a quick rundown of the formats, in case you are not familiar with them.
Standard - Standard is a format only using cards from recently released sets. Periodically, it rotates - some sets leave standard, and are no longer legal in that format. Slivers have not been in Standard for a long time. Argy already gave a link to show what cards are in Standard.
Modern - Modern is not a rotating format, but is still time limited. Only cards printed in sets from 8th edition to the present are permissible.
Legacy/Vintage - the 60-card eternal formats, made from every non-Unset) set ever printed. Legacy has a banlist to remove some of the truly broken cards, vintage’s banlist is very small, only removing dexterity cards, ante cards, conspiracy cards, and Shahrazad.
In addition to the above, there are other formats, like Commander (which your deck is not), Pauper, etc.
Then there is always Kitchen Table - just playing casually with your friends, without any format-specific rules.
Here is how to link a deck:
Copy the URL slug, bolded above. And use the following code:
[[deck:06-12-18-five-color-slivers]] Or [[deck-large:06-12-18-five-color-slivers]]
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December 6, 2018 8:18 a.m.
I havent played in a while but this was the best sliver EDH my money could buy a few years ago.
Good starting point anyway