If an effect would create one or more tokens under your control, it creates twice that many of those tokens instead.
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Anointed Procession Discussion
3 days ago
Reef Worm Artifact Mutation Rootborn Defenses Alliance of Arms Nature's Lore Crop Rotation Divine Visitation Assemble the Legion Beastmaster Ascension Entreat the Angels Anointed Procession Primal Vigor Westvale Abbey Flip Field of the Dead Scute Swarm Dragonmaster Outcast Bitterblossom Shark Typhoon Legion's Landing Flip Parallel Lives
2 weeks ago
Vampiric Tutor, Mystical Tutor, Demonic Tutor, Enlightened Tutor, Rhystic Study, Necropotence, Cyclonic Rift, Doubling Season, Anointed Procession, Parallel Lives, Mana Vault, Mana Crypt, Archfiend of Despair, Sword of Feast and Famine, Triumph of the Hordes, Edgar Markov, Gaea's Cradle, Cabal Coffers, Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth, The Scarab God, Dockside Extortionist, Deflecting Swat, and many more.
3 weeks ago
Copy pasted from my answer to your same question a week ago:
Since you have to play it on turn 3, a turn later than say Three Visits or Nature's Lore, and 2 later than Birds of Paradise, Llanowar Elves, etc, you'll end up having 5 mana on turn 4 instead of 5 mana on turn four and also 4 on T3, or 3 on T2 as well with the one-drops.
In addition, playing a rock on T2 means your T3 is MUCH more explosive--you can, for example, play a Smothering Tithe, Sneak Attack, or Anointed Procession. With a 3-drop rock, that same turn is instead just you playing out the rock. Which puts you leagues behind the player who went Signet>Bomb.
4 weeks ago
well Mr. king-saproling The Bloodsower, I was stuck in the house for a week and what started out as a pile of cards, a generous gift (Anointed Procession), and a couple frivolous purchases, I came up with this. The final cards came today so I haven't play tested it yet.
The main strategy is using the Gain Control cards and, with Hofri Ghostforge's ability, using Sacrifice cards to make bigger versions of those cards and return fire.
There are a lot of weird card interactions with this deck. Too many to mention. However, one that stands out is the Panharmonicon > Anointed Procession synergy. Then, throw in Cavalier of Dawn and sacrifice itself.
Once again Mr. King, thank you for taking the time to analyze and provide suggestions.
1 month ago
Welcome to the club! This deck has some good ideas, but could use some trimming as well. Most of your cards are at mana value 3-5, which means the first few turns are going to be empty a lot of the time. Trim down the 4-5 mana cards and add some more 1-2 mana cards. As Balaam__ mentioned, you want to get to 60 cards, so there's unfortunately going to be more cutting cards than replacing.
My suggestion here is to focus on the Angels and life gain. You have good cards for a token deck, but they wouldn't do that much to support this one, so set cards like Anointed Procession, Teysa Karlov, Sorin, Solemn Visitor, and Akroma's Memorial aside. These cards work well when you're churning out tokens with cards like Lingering Souls or Battle Screech. Then try to maximize the effects of Archangel of Thune and Righteous Valkyrie, which are a good couple of cards to build around.
So those are my first thoughts for this deck. Above all, have fun!
1 month ago
I currently am in the process of building an EDH deck with Ghired, Conclave Exile as its general, and that deck shall naturally have a significant focus on creatures, and, more specifically, creature tokens.
I very much would like to put Circle of Dreams Druid in that deck, as that card would be amazing in it, but I am not certain what card I would remove to make room for it. The card that I most feel that I could easily remove is Doubling Season, which is an insanely powerful card, but it has several strikes against it: first, and most significantly, it is very expensive, so I am not certain that I wish to spend the money on it; second, that deck already contains both Anointed Procession and Parallel Lives, so I am not certain if I need a third card with the same effect; and the only card in this deck that puts counters on permanents is Gavony Township, so the counter-doubling effect of DS is not being fully utilized in this deck.
What does everyone else say about this? Should I put Circle of Dreams Druid in my Ghired deck, and, if so, what card should I remove to make room for it?
1 month ago
It's because Anointed Procession and Parallel Lives each result in an event that the other can still apply to (the creation of tokens), but Dauthi Voidwalker and Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet result in an event where there's nothing for the other to apply to (the card isn't going to the graveyard anymore).
1 month ago
Why is that replacement effects such as Anointed Procession and Parallel Lives stack on each other but Dauthi Voidwalker and Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet must be chosen which effect to apply and don't stack.