Nonwhite creatures with power 3 or greater don't untap during their controllers' untap steps.
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|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
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1 month ago
Love the deck! I have a few suggestions for cards that could be cut and some suggestions for what might replace them. I tried the keep the suggested cards reasonably priced. I have a few of them in my binder that I will give you next time we play.
Suggested removal - Most of these cards I figured could be easily upgraded with cards that add more value, utility, stax, or interaction:
- Eternal Thirst
- Soul Link
- Elixir of Immortality
- Sol Grail
- Deathbringer Liege
- Doomed Necromancer
- Lands that enter tapped - just seems like there are a lot of them
- Swiftfoot Boots - can give you a copy
- Ghostly Prison - can give you a copy
- Swords to Plowshares
- Anguished Unmaking
- Path to Exile
- Banishing Light
- Blood Artist
- Command Beacon
- Command Tower
- Aura of Silence
- Go for the Throat
- Hero's Downfall
- Vraska's Contempt
- Sol Ring - can give you a copy
1 month ago
Ah, a fellow delver of Mono-White. I, too, have curated some cards for you.
I would just like to note that Wrath of God specifies that the creatures cannot be regenerated whilst Fanatical Devotion favours the ability to do so. Day of Judgment may be an embettered choice in this case, but having special versions of artwork can sway choice.
Selfless Squire seems a little counterintuitive with the strategy, given that you want to take damage to pump out idiots.
Have you seen the card Crackdown ? It tends to deconstruct board states so that your deck dominates. Farewell, anyone else at the table.
3 months ago
An important aspect of creatures entering tapped is that it shuts down basically any combo with Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker . That's why I like Authority of the Consuls especially. Even though it only hits creatures, the lifegain and the lack of surprise blockers and hasty attackers just grants you so much time to execute your own game plan. It's a great deal for just 1 mana. I even sideboarded it in standard. It saved you effectively 6 life against active Hazoret the Fervent . It made summoning sick creatures unable to crew vehicles. Gideon, Ally of Zendikar didn't protect himself half as good anymore. I'm a big fan. I even have a mono white commander deck that uses these effects combined with Meekstone , Marble Titan , Juntu Stakes and Crackdown to disable most creatures forever. Combined with Heliod, God of the Sun , granting your team Vigilance, as the commander, combat will be easy for you. Just make sure that the effect is asymmetrical, that's the best about Kismet .
6 months ago
Commander / EDH
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This deck uses Meekstone , Crackdown and Marble Titan in combination with Authority of the Consuls , Blind Obedience and Thalia, Heretic Cathar -like effects to neutralise most creatures, keeping them tapped down if they have power 3 or greater. This works especially well with Heliod, God of the Sun , because he gives your team vigilance, making sure your creatures are still able to attack.
9 months ago
The problem I have with Crackdown is that it is the very type of card I want to avoid.
It denys people from performing an action where I only want to tax and discourage.
9 months ago
10 months ago
How about Time of Need? Could be useful to throw an opponent off when they don't think you have the mana or speed to play and tap Sisay for another tutor, or when you need two in a turn.
Awakening is a risky play, but you may be able to make better use of it than your opponents. Quest for Renewal has a more limited scope, but you can put it to good use in this deck. And of course, there's Seedborn Muse.
You could also make advantageous use of Crackdown, since so many of your attackers are white.