Target creature gets +2/+2 and gains Indestructible until end of turn.
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Adamant Will Discussion
5 months ago
So, take into account what kind of deck you want to play. Aggro? Cut the board wipes. Control? Add more removal, take most of your creatures out. I'm going to work ona n aggro gameplan since that looks like whre your deck is leaning towards.
Cut: Tragic Poet
Archon of Emeria (You are an aggro deck and want to be able to cast more than one creature in the same turn)
Djeru, With Eyes Open (you run no planeswalkers, also a bad card)
Smite the Monstrous All your sorcerys
Novice Knight you run no equipment
Now this might seem like a lot, but I will give you some suggestions for cards that will help further your gameplan
Creatures: currently you are running some really good cards as one ofs and bad cards with more copies, such as; Dauntless Bodyguard , Leonin Vanguard , Hunted Witness , Luminarch Aspirant Venerated Loxodon which is a great finisher, and Speaker of the Heavens .
Removal: If you want to go with some of the best white removal ever printed that is modern legal, but a little expensive, go with Path to Exile . If not Path to Exile would be much better than Hieromancer's Cage , Conclave Tribunal is pretty good, but I wouldn't run more than 5 removal spells since you want to be going wide with your creatures and a hand ful of removal will just stall the game and you will lose in the end. You want to end the game fast while maintaining a high life score.
9 months ago
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1 year ago
Creature - Human Cleric
,: Brew. (Create a colorless Potion artifact token with, ", sacrifice this artifact: Put a +1/+1 counter on target creature. It gains your choice of reach, vigilance, trample, first strike, or lifelink until end of turn.")
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Kind of cheap new mechanic, I know, but I think potion brewing (natural essences and stuff!) might fit in really well with green/white's color identity. Green and white love to give buffs to their creatures (see Giant Growth and Adamant Will ). This is a group that likes to brew potions that beef up your creatures with temporary abilities and permanent +1/+1 counters. Like the Izzet, who experiment with science and things get Weird, or like the Simic, who do genetic and mutant experimentation, this new green/white group like to experiment with potions and mixtures that come out of nature, that give you temporary buffs through which you can solve your problems. While in the vein of mechanics like Investigate and "Create a food token" and "Create a treasure token", this mechanic, however, is for green-white only, so the artifact synergy is minimal but the buffing your creatures is synergistic. (Play your big green creatures, have some potions sitting aside, so when you swing, you can throw in extra counters and keywords like trample, lifelink, first strike, whatever floats your boat)
Let's have a card that turns artifact tokens (like treasures, gold, clues, food, and now my potions from the card above) into nontoken, more permanent resources.
1 year ago
Looks good! You might like these: Not of This World , Ajani's Presence , Adamant Will , Rebuff the Wicked , Inquisitor's Flail , Umezawa's Jitte , Champion's Helm , Hunter's Insight , Hunter's Prowess , Spellseeker , Kaho, Minamo Historian , Primeval Bounty , Death's Presence , Nature's Will , Mark of Sakiko , One with Nature
I have a Naya deck that I think you might appreciate if you want to check it out: Bruse Tana, Boorish Bloodsower. It involves giving Tana, the Bloodsower double strike via Bruse Tarl, Boorish Herder , then an effect such as Bravado to deal exponentially increasing damage. It usually takes out everybody by turn 6 thanks to a buttload of 2-cmc ramp and side-techniques like Impact Tremors .
1 year ago
Hey Kehrmann15, here are some thoughts about the deck, especially how to improve it with cards we already have in our playgroup.
Arvad the Cursed : In the current deck he probably has too few other Legendaries he can reliably pump. I would tend to replace him with a lord who pushes all the Knights. For example I could give you Benalish Marshal .
Kwende, Pride of Femeref : Similar to Arvad, there are very few targets at the moment. (Three Knights with Firststrike.) As a good replacement I could give you e.g. Aryel, Knight of Windgrace . Besides her respectable 4/4 vigilance (especially useful in multiplayer) she is a "mana sink", so she can use open mana even if you can't play hand cards. Specifically, she creates Knights tokens or destroys other creatures on each turn.
Belle of the Brawl and Skynight Vanguard would be shaky candidates for me, which could ideally be replaced by stronger Knights. Perfect would be for example Puresteel Paladin and Knight Exemplar . But both are not quite cheap and unfortunately I don't have them either.
Otherwise I'd rather go in the direction of 25 creatures, so maybe add two more value creatures. For example, I could give you the two: Kambal, Consul of Allocation fits well to your drain theme. Which you did to Neotopian and me last time. Sram, Senior Edificer lets you draw a card for each piece of equipment.
This brings us directly to the next topic.
Card Draw still seems to me to be the weakest point in the deck. Cards I can give you from my collection would be Read the Bones (e.g. as a replacement for Call the Cavalry , because you don't really play Go-Wide with the deck and hardly profit from it), Skullclamp and Sunforger (both equipment with which you have more synergies and absolute "must haves" in the deck). Especially Sunforger is crazy with your Commander, if you can fetch a CMC4 Instant for 2 mana and cast for free.
For the Sunforger to work properly, we need a few more instants with impact for <=CMC4.
Removal should be as versatile as possible ("target permanent" is better than "target creature") and as reliable as possible ("destroy" or even "exile" better than "x damage"). Therefore I would replace Integrity / Intervention by Utter End and Justice Strike by Swords to Plowshares (if any of us have it). Adamant Will is only good in special situations, so I would replace it with a good removal. I could give you Bedevil for example.
In order to have Sunforger or other cards on hand at the right time, a few tutors would be helpful. For example, I could give you Diabolic Tutor from my collection. Open the Armory would also be a cheap tutor who fits well to your topic.
I'm not finished on the other topics yet, but here are my first notes on equipment, mana rocks and lands:
Find a few stronger pieces of equipment to replace the following:
No Taplands without upside (Gates etc.). If we don't find better duals (e.g. the scry temples would offer a nice upside) replace them with basics.
2 years ago
Having 2 different spells that make your creatures indestructible has worked for me. I tend to go with Sheltering Light and Adamant Will . Sure Strike and Run Amok in place of burn spells forces you to go more aggro from the start.
Gird for Battle just seems to have a very narrow window when it adds any value to the deck. While Dreadhorde Arcanist is great for when you don't get Feather, the Redeemed out, it exiles the instants that you want to recycle with Feather. I had a look at Tiana, Ship's Caretaker but that also limits your pump spells.
The best version of this deck may well be one where each time that you cast an instant spell, you are placing a +1/+1 counter on at least one creature. Spellgorger Weird just slots right into any Feather deck. Guttersnipe could fill a gap and belongs in the side-board. At the moment, I am leaning heavily toward Ajani's Pridemate as my final creature to collect counters (with Moment of Triumph and Battlefield Promotion in the main-board).
2 years ago
If you really want an indestructible type effect, you'd probably be better off going for Unbreakable Formation than Sheltering Light and Adamant Will as it protects all your creatures and can give them a buff and a decent attack step if you use if offensively instead of defensively.
I'd also personally run more cards with afterlife or an afterlife-type effect, like Orzhov Enforcer and Ministrant of Obligation so you can get extra value when those creatures die. Then you have even more creatures to lose for even more value.
Also if you want a higher end threat, Seraph of the Scales would be another good inclusion as its a threatening body on its own and if it dies you still get some value from it.
I've been quite interested in building a deck like this one, this might be the inspiration I need to actually build it.