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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal



Tap target creature you don't control.

Overload (You may cast this spell for its overload cost. If you do, change its text by replacing all instances of "target" with "each".)

MrNoCards on Ezuri, Claw of Smiles

7 months ago

DraconicDestruction Kami of Whispered Hopes seems like a great addition. I will have to acquire a copy and play test with it, if I can manage to find a card to remove. Thank you for your suggestion and the time you spent looking through my deck.

Vicarian I hesitate to remove a card draw engine as I'm not fond of top decking, and drawing cards is fun. This deck is pretty creature heavy, with 41 creatures. Even though Guardian Project doesn't trigger from tokens, it has proven to be a valuable draw engine. As for Blustersquall, this is meant to be a friendly Cyclonic Rift replacement. While Blustersquall does not return everything to hand. It does allow me to attack through without worry, as my playgroup does tend to go wide. Thank you for your time and effort in reviewing my deck and taking the time to reply.

MurficWPN on Koma, Cosmos Serpent - Clones

7 months ago

I play the deck fairly regularly and I think I've only put together both Abundance + Sylvan Library twice, but both are quite good on their own in the deck.
Abundance really shines when you're drawing 4+ cards per turn rotation.

Noxious Revival is in the deck for recursion with the option of messing with your opponents just as you mentioned.

Blustersquall was a later addition to the deck. I found that I was often winning off the back of a well timed Cryptic Command with the mode 'Tap all creatures your opponents control' so I wanted other ways to duplicate the effect.
I think Opposition would be a great include for the deck but would lead to a more controlling style of play. If you look at the Sideboard section I have it included in what I think would make a stronger deck, you'd just need to cut a few of the higher CMC creatures and some of my less synergistic includes.

Profet93 on Koma, Cosmos Serpent - Clones

7 months ago

Oops, I mistakenly thought that your commander 1/1s for some reason. You're absolutely right.

I notice you're running Sylvan Library + Abundance, nice! How often have you assembled that synergy?

What is the primary purpose of Noxious Revival? I'm assuming it's to mess with opposing graveyard shenanigans while tappedout? Or is it's primary purpose recursion?

Blustersquall - How has this been working out for you? Why not swap it for Opposition? They are similar, bluster has a lower ceiling but higher floor while opposition is the opposite. Repeatable interaction > One time IMO. I do see the utility in this though. Would love to hear your thoughts.

Vicarian on Ezuri, Claw of Smiles

7 months ago

I'd take out Guardian Project and Blustersquall for the two cards you wanted to fit in. Guardian Project doesn't trigger off tokens entering, and Blustersquall strikes me as too situational given you're likely making way more attackers than your opponents will have blockers.

kamarupa on Protect the kingdom

1 year ago

more counterspells, add draw card/scry/tutor, and remove some creatures or use your creatures for better utility abilities like counterspell, draw card, removal, etc. Defenders can't protect your Azor's Elocutors from removal and by turn 5, you're likely to have used any Counterspells you've drawn.

Send Wingcrafter to the sideboard.

Wall of Omens seems to fit your theme of defensive creatures and it cantrips, which you definitely want to help cycle through the deck to get to your wincon. I don't think this is a great direction to go, but I think it's better than at least one of the defenders you're already including.

Judge's Familiar (maybeboard) won't be good unless you can pump it.

Cut Ring of Three Wishes, as its MV to cast and activate are just way too high.

Some of these spells and their ilk would be good here: Blustersquall, Mana Leak, Serum Visions, Delver of Secrets  Flip.

Pakku on Melek, Izzet Paragon [PRIMER] (EDH)

2 years ago


You can go ahead and replace some of the more expensive cards like taking out Personal Tutor and Time Spiral. There are some changes as well that I might reccomend such as the Wheel of Fortune could be switched out to Valakut Awakening  Flip so that other players don't get resources or just Windfall. Gamble could be a Solve the Equation. Imo these don't change the power dynamics pretty much at all while hugely reducing the deck's cost. Cut off Mana Crypt and it should be very affordable

On what cards to cut, a few come to mind immediately. Portent is pretty bad, Mana Flare should be taken out immediately. Ruby Medallion, Mystic Speculation, Long-Term Plans (this should honestly be Solve the Equation in my list as well), Muddle the Mixture is played only for the potential transmutes so it can be cut out, Twincast has little to no use in comparison to Reverberate. Dream Cache works well with Melek out as a potential value engine but it can be cut out as well.

I'd probably slot in AEtherize, Blasphemous Act, Disrupt Decorum, Reins of Power and maybe even test out some other 2-in-1 wipes that gets you cards back like Volcanic Vision, there are other fun cards like Blustersquall which enables you to tap an opponent's board in their upkeep but I'll leave thinking those to you.

shadeslayerx22 on What is your pet tech …

2 years ago

I run Misery Charm in a Hapatra, Vizier of Poisons deck. Also Blustersquall helps a budget aggro deck running blue.

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