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lifemtg--Is 13 multicolored dragons not enough to run it or is it too slow? I feel this has the upside of Rhythm of the Wild by making those dragons uncounterable and essentially giving them haste if I flash them out on opponents' turns.

July 11, 2019 9:19 p.m.

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With so many creatures going to the graveyard, Mausoleum Secrets feels like it could be useful.

When you get these big creatures out, are you looking to sac immediately or also try to use them in combat? Does a card like Brawn make those big creatures twice as useful? Also black and green are terrible colors for this, but if you gave that big creature first strike or double strike, would that let you kill an opponent's creature in combat and sacrifice your creature between damage steps to Jarad?

I'm not really one for equipment myself, but Forebear's Blade and Grafted Wargear seem like they'd be nearly free and repeatable ways to pump your creatures' power before feeding them to Jarad. And Helm of the Host makes a bunch of copies of your big, dumb creatures over time.

Good luck and happy sacrificing.

June 30, 2019 10:12 p.m.

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I completely understand playing some lower-powered cards to keep the hate off. There's a new card in M20, Gorging Vulture that I'm thinking of adding in to power my mill and add some incidental life gain. Definitely less intimidating than the archivist.

June 30, 2019 8:44 p.m.

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I like the idea of going self-mill with Muldrotha. She can put a big target on her back when she comes into play, and something like mill isn't impeded if Muldrotha isn't on the board. That said, it might be worth it to run some protection for Muldrotha. I find that Kaya's Ghostform and Voyager Staff work nicely and since they're different permanent types it adds options. I run 10 "protection" cards in my own deck to be extra safe.

For a mill deck, I'm surprised you don't have an Altar of Dementia . There have been several times where I sac Muldrotha with a Kaya's Ghostform on opponent's end step to essentially "draw" six cards and recast the enchantment on my turn.

Jace's Archivist is another one worth considering for that self-mill win. A repeatable wheel effect that can be used at instant-speed to disrupt combos and still work toward your goal.

Siren Stormtamer is also nice counter magic on a permanent that you can keep bringing back. I find that the more permanents I can run, the better synergy with Muldrotha's crazy power.

Happy milling!

June 30, 2019 6:53 p.m.

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This looks like a really fun zombies deck with a lot of flexibility.

Shred Memory is useful graveyard hate that can also be used to tutor up one of your two-drops (like Altar of Dementia). Dimir Machinations is a possible tutor for your Ashnod's Altar that could also just be used to deal with something like an opponent's scry. The more ways you can get access to your free, instant-speed sac outlets, the better.

I run Phyrexian Reclamation over Ghoulcaller's Chant.The life loss can be mitigated with something like Bontu's Monument (searchable with Dimir Machinations).

I don't like Temple of the False God because it's shut me out of producing mana too many times, and I think something like Crypt of Agadeem might offer better options for a deck like this.

Gavony Unhallowed feels like a cut.

June 30, 2019 5:54 p.m.

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I'm looking to make a Kaya deck as my introduction to the Oathbreaker format. I really like what you're trying to do here. I know you have a lot of removal and board wipes, but something like Dawn Charm might be a versatile option to fog and to counter (and depending on what creatures you run and what wipe you play, regeneration).

I see that a lot of your exile effects target cards in play (other than Sin Collector). Castigate could be another good hand attack that's more broad and hits some threats before they enter the battlefield.

As for creatures:

Angel of Finality has a nice ETB and a pretty good cost/power ratio.

Duplicant as well. And the two combo nicely with Settle Beyond Reality .

Archon of Justice feels similar, but triggers on death, which can combo well with your board wipes.

Palace Jailer gives you some card draw through the monarch mechanic, but also puts a target on you, so I'm not sure if that works well with your strategy.

Stonecloaker seems really flexible as a surprise blocker, a bounce for another ETB trigger for a creature, or to loop itself to exile cards for three mana.

June 27, 2019 7:01 a.m.

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