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Blessed Light Discussion
6 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.
10 months ago
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1 year ago
1 year ago
You might consider Rending Vines since most PDH artifacts/enchantments are going to be cheap and it draws a card. Afterlife may be better removal than Blessed Light though it doesn't exile. Scuttlemutt is strictly better than Opaline Unicorn unless you like the art on Unicorn more.
2 years ago
This is no longer Standard-Legal. Wall of Forgotten Pharaohs , Blessed Light , Blight Keeper , and Sunset Pyramid have all rotated out. I suggest cards like Mortify , Sorin, Imperious Bloodlord , Knight of the Ebon Legion , Twinblade Paladin , Gideon's Company , and Bloodthirsty Aerialist to replace those cards. Sorin, Vengeful Bloodlord and The Haunt of Hightower could be cool as well.
2 years ago
(Sry I accidentally hit post on the last comment). I'm not done.
You have no threat of reuse. Most control deck at the very least have Snapcaster Mage or the new Mission Briefing . The power to recast any spell in your graveyard is sooo powerful im not even going to explain. It would take too long. Long story short, you need some. I'm thinking you could drop Vapor Snag for a playset of Snapcaster Mage / Mission Briefing .
You need to rethink your threats and creature count. Guile is fine, but have only one copy doesn't really work. Creating a blockade has always been secondary to control deck. I think you should drop AEtherling and both Detention Sphere for 3 copies of Torrential Gearhulk . Gearhulk gives you better control, a free spell and is just better in general.
Your removal is also EXTREMELY expensive. Particularly, Blessed Light . Path to Exile is probably the best modern-legal removal in the game. My thought are get rid of Blessed Light and Bring to Trial for a playset of it.
Suggestions in total: Snapcaster Mage
3 years ago
Well, this may stretch your budget, but Angel of Invention is one of the best white creatures in standard. Unfortunately, it's rotating out of standard very soon, but right now it can definitely hold its own. Also, Knight of Grace is actually quite good in monowhite, and it fits your budget. I see you have quite a bit of lifegain. Ajani's Pridemate is a good staple in lifegain, as unchecked it will win you the game. However, these suggestions are more aggressive; for a more midrange type deck, I'd consider adding more removal including several of FireToTheFace's suggestions, but also using Cast Out and Blessed Light. Firesong, are you attempting to create a more aggressive or a more controlling deck? Thanks.