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Don't forget the slivers that make everyone mana dorks: Gemhide Sliver and Manaweft Sliver. Them, along with a Dormant Sliver and Blur Sliver can get a decent storm effect going, as each sliver can produce mana for the next one. When you want to attack, just sack the Dormant Sliver, with Necrotic Sliver's ability for example. Also don't forget that Sliver Hivelord can pull off an Avacyn, Angel of Boardwipes, except with more than just white wrath effects.
Root Sliver is good too.
June 18, 2017 1:03 a.m.
Stax is never fun to play against: throw together a deck with Zur the Enchanter as the commander and dropping, probably in this order: Rule of Law, Spirit of the Labyrinth and finally Bottomless Pit, Oppression or Necrogen Mists. If you're having trouble attacking, Steel of the Godhead is a useful addition.
Then, when everyone is locked down and pissed off, you can either go Voltron (with Battle Mastery and Phyresis etc.) or combo (Necropotence and Phyrexian Unlife, draw half your library, and then, if you didn't draw Repay in Kind, play one of the 3 or so tutors in the deck to search for it.) If you want to piss off your opponents more, then you can always Nevermore naming their commander. Darksteel Mutation and Imprisoned in the Moon are also 3 mana enchantment commander removal that stops them just re-casting them. (NOTE: Necropotence does not count as drawing cards so Spirit of the Labyrinth doesn't trigger.)
Its quite slow, but Rule of Law will probably prevent any hate directed at you, especially this early game. Also, enchantment removal is generally not as prevalent as, say, artifact removal. Don't forget to be an arsehole and gloat over their pain, that really pisses people off and will help you return to modern.
June 11, 2017 5:12 a.m.
Zur the Enchanter is a commander that can tutor for the two enchantments. They both have a CMC of 3. He just has to swing twice. This deck is based around the classical Ad Nauseam modern deck, but without the advantage of having 4 copies in a deck of only 60 cards. The Phyrexian Unlife/Necropotence combo is a lot less effective than the Angel's Grace/Ad Nauseam combo, but I can be assured of getting them onto the battlefield at least turn 6 or so.
June 7, 2017 7:11 a.m.
oh ok. Sorry about that.
Thanks for answering tho
June 7, 2017 6:53 a.m.
I'm making a Zur the Enchanter deck that tutors for both Necropotence and Phyrexian Unlife , and then draws into Repay in Kind. However, I'm unsure whether you can continue to exile cards from your library after you hit zero life. Can you?
EDIT: And if you can't, could you suggest cards that could help me draw Repay in Kind? I'm working on a budget (I already own Necropotence). Black and blue tutors are usually really expensive, and white doesn't do sorceries. An alternative to tutors is life gain, that could allow me to draw the rest of my library (e.g. Resolute Archangel ). Does anyone have suggestions that could go in?
June 7, 2017 5:52 a.m.
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