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Lands you control have ": Create a Treasure token." (It's an artifact with ", Sacrifice this: Add one mana of any colour.")
1 week ago
Tap land for treasure, use treasure to untap lands using magus, use squirrels and staff to untap magus. Untap Staff Repeat
2 weeks ago
Bootleggers' Stash would be a solid addition, every time you'd tap a land you'd make a Squirrel
4 weeks ago
1 month ago
Alright, so. Right off the bat, sorry for this being a bit late, I thought I was gonna get to it the other day, and then I worked two 13 hour shifts in a row. But, im here now, so lets get started.
I can see that you chose to go more of a landfall route as apposed to the stompy route that I did. Respectable, I like it. However, I think that this deck struggles with some of the same things that my deck does, which is getting creatures through to hit face. It's why I have such a high priority on trample effects. Cards like Rhonas's Monument or Aggressive Mammoth are big hitters in my deck just because Ashaya, Soul of the Wild is often already around a 20/20, giving her trample is what brings it together to make her significantly more terrifying. Giant Ankheg is a favorite of mine for this purpose, it gives so much value.
A few big beaters I'm surprised you don't have are Ghalta, Primal Hunger because, lets be honest, shes basically a 12/12 trampler for 2, or cards like Worldspine Wurm or Moldgraf Monstrosity. Big, hard hitting creatures that you can easily power out pretty quickly. I would also consider Blackblade Reforged as a card, as it effectively doubles Ashaya's power and turns a scarily large creature into something terrifying.
Multani, Yavimaya's Avatar is a card that I really like in my deck. She's basically as big as Ashaya, so she is a good beaters, seeing as how she has trample, but personally, I prefer her in the gy. There are a bunch of sneaky ways to protect your creatures with Ashaya. I see you already have Quirion Ranger, but I suggest Multani as well as Scryb Ranger. Instead of protecting your creatures with Sylvan Safekeeper and having to sacrifice something else to do it, why not just bounce them to your hand and fizzle the effect? Then you get to play them out again and get another etb/landfall trigger for whatever you have on board that cares about that. This also works better against board wipes, as shroud doesn't help with that.
For landfall effects, Rampaging Baloths or Tireless Tracker are some cards I would consider, as they either make basically infinite 4/4s or they give you clues, which, after playing this deck a lot, that card advantage is very necessary, you can absolutely run out of cards very quickly. That's why I run Ulvenwald Mysteries and Rishkar's Expertise in my Ashaya deck. Ulvenwald gives you consistent clues and a chump blocker to boot, and Rishkar's, combined with Ashaya, or Multani or whoever else, draws you like, 20 cards and then lets you put something onto the battlefield.
For ramp/land effects you can go in a ton of different directions, what you do doesn't matter much, as everything is effective imo. I personally run Bootleggers' Stash and Zendikar Resurgent because you can ramp into them very quickly and they can both give you insane amounts of extra mana. Other cards like Augur of Autumn or Karametra's Acolyte are both good utility/ramp cards, as well as Stone-Seeder Hierophant.
Now, I really just have a few questions. Why are you running Yavimaya, Cradle of Growth? Isn't everything already a forest? That pick, I'm afraid I just don't understand, could you explain what I'm missing? And if you're going for a devotion style deck, Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx and Gaea's Cradle are both amazing lands. Granted, idk what your budget is and Gaea's Cradle isn't exactly cheap lmao. Another thing, why are you running 45 lands? I understand that there is a landfall theme, but that seems extreme even to me, most landfall decks I've seen run around 38. I would reduce your land count imo and invest those slots into artifacts and instants that either pair well with your deck, or that protect your creatures.
3 months ago
Was Bootleggers' Stash what finally converted you to 5 color?
5 months ago
Your deck isn't really CEDH, it relies on getting out a blightsteel and attacking 3 times, even with infinite mana. It's more Mid-level.
You need more creature so Kinnan doesn't hit nothing.
I don't like Gyre Engineer for Kinnan. The ideal play line is T1 dork, T2 kinnan and tap your dork for a 2 drop dork, T3 activate Kinnan. Gyre Engineer and the 3-cost mana rocks don't fit that. I'd get rid of all the 3-cost mana artifacts and creatures. Getting 2 mana for 2 is a much better ratio than 3 mana for 2. Maraleaf pixie is a bad one too. You want your mana dorks to give you blue mana without requiring blue mana put in, otherwise they're not fixing anything.
I have a lower powered Kinnan deck with no infinite stuff and no moxes, you could steal a few cards from my list. https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/kinnan-casual-no-infinite/?cb=1660674186
Try Lotus Petal; its 2/3 of a black lotus which I've heard is a good card. Try Mox Anything. Bootleggers' Stash doubles your lands mana production as well as banking it. Planar Bridge is a backup plan as he works like Kinnan and the first thing you get is Seedborn Muse. Springleaf Drum lets you tap Kinnan for 2 so it's like a colored Sol Ring which I've heard is good.
5 months ago
I love the D&D description XD
7 months ago
A giant mimic that kills you as soon as you touch it or do anything around it. If I'm ever D&D-ing with you, remind me to stay twenty feet away from everything at all times.
I know is the treasure color set right now, but I see this alongside Archelos, Lagoon Mystic in a hard control/stax build. Lock down the battlefield, create and/or copy a few Treasures (Bootleggers' Stash?), and snipe anything that moves.