Children of Korlis
Creature — Human Rebel Cleric
Sacrifice Children of Korlis: You gain life equal to the life you've lost this turn. (Damage causes loss of life.)
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Children of Korlis Discussion
2 weeks ago
Additionally, Children of Korlis with Veinwitch Coven are a great match with Carnival of Souls / K'rrik, Son of Yawgmoth , Blood Celebrant , and Blight Mound . It's a 5 card combo, but I think this deck can pull it off.
2 weeks ago
Skola Grovedancer is a card I recommend if you plan on activating Tayam a lot. I use it in my Tayam deck.
1 month ago
I like the list. It has real potential.
I'm not a fan of doomed and null priest unless they are cheating out big creatures - the only big cleric I can think of is Mikaeus, the Unhallowed . Resurrecting multiple other clerics can be done in easier, less disruptable ways.
Many of the most powerful sideboard cards (mainboardable in many metas) are clerics, and that means that with 75 cards including sideboard, something that can really kick butt in a metagame is out there.
The option to ressurect Children of Korlis , Containment Priest , Ethersworn Canonist , Fiend Hunter , Grand Abolisher , Leonin Arbiter , Auriok Champion , Leonin Relic-Warder , Remorseful Cleric , Sanctifier en-Vec , Sin Collector - there are too many great clerics for this not to become something. Even stuff like Orzhov Pontiff and True Believer has seen sideboard play in the kind of creature-led deck it would be.
You have access to all the tools from soul sisters, with Soul Warden also getting Marauding Blight-Priest as another piece. Vizier of Remedies threatens a combo line. Efficient 1 drops means that tools like Orzhov Charm , Ranger-Captain of Eos and Proclamation of Rebirth look a lot better. Order of Whiteclay and oddities like Hanweir Militia Captain Flip it offer more options than you'd expect, and it only takes one good interaction with them to turn them into powerhouse engines.
All of that before looking at w/b getting the best removal in the game means that some variant of this list will make a dent in a major tournament, once someone figures it out.
1 month ago
Its a neat archetype - I'd look at some of the old Children of Korlis lists- there were a few funky combos. Counting to 20 with them is surprisingly easy.
1 month ago
I like this build. Very focused and knows exactly what it wants to do. A suggestion, a minor one: I see Burrenton Forge-Tender in your sideboard. I’d replace it with Children of Korlis . It lacks the Protection from Red, but the upside gains you something the Forge-Tender can’t give you—and it isn’t limited to a single color either.
2 months ago
3 months ago
I think it would perform well. I've played it as is 1v1 many times (without changed ban list).
I don't utilize any of the lands that require multi-player. Dockside Extortionist may be much less useful. I would likely remove that one. I might add a bit more removal, mostly I rely on others for removal interaction, if it's just me, I'd likely add some more ( Path to Exile or Fire Covenant or Withering Boon perhaps).
Turbo Ad Nauseam is popular again, I haven't gone that way though, Children of Korlis + Ad Nauseam might be enough if you wanted to go that way, already have Angel's Grace mainboard. Might want another Worldgorger Dragon outlet as well, Cut / Ribbons perhaps?
5 months ago
That’s why I enjoy reanimation decks so much (particularly this one). The shell is modular- Children of Korlis can easily be swapped in if you wanted to. I suppose I left it out because the game is pretty much over once one of the key reanimation targets enters play. I think at one point during the time I was building this I had Rite of Consumption added, but I removed it after playtesting. Children of Korlis is a good alternative because it can be reanimated, as you said.