Cream of the Crop
Whenever a creature enters the battlefield under your control, you may look at the top X cards of your library, where X is that creature's power. If you do, put one of those cards on top of your library and the rest on the bottom of your library in any order.
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|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
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Cream of the Crop Discussion
6 days ago
Hey nice deck! The way i see it you can focus more one one direction of this deck and use the other for support: either auras or equipment. Aura Focus: Add: Archon of Sun's Grace Ashiok's Erasure Boon Satyr Copy Enchantment Curiosity Darksteel Mutation Dissipation Field Hydra's Growth Gift of Paradise Hypnotic Siren Ichthyomorphosis Idyllic Tutor Kenrith's Transformation Plea for Guidance Psychic Impetus Unflinching Courage
Remove: Masterwork of Ingenuity Puresteel Paladin Explorer's Scope Indomitable Archangel Catti-brie of Mithral Hall Resolute Archangel Valiant Endeavor Serum Visions Brainstorm Angelic Gift Unsettled Mariner Cold-Eyed Selkie Military Intelligence
Equipment Focus: Add: Balan, Wandering Knight Behemoth Sledge Belt of Giant Strength Golem-Skin Gauntlets Kemba, Kha Regent Mask of Memory Mirrormade Paradise Mantle Prying Blade Quest for the Holy Relic Whispersilk Cloak
Remove: Resolute Archangel Ajani's Chosen Valiant Endeavor Gryff's Boon Angelic Gift Unsettled Mariner Military Intelligence Cold-Eyed Selkie Serum Visions Brainstorm Explorer's Scope Indomitable Archangel
And if you dont want to focus on one this would be a more Varied apporach incorporating a little from both Both Focus: Add: Fleecemane Lion Geist of Saint Traft Kiora's Follower Mirrormade Spirit Mantle Staggering Insight Utopia Sprawl Curiosity Beast Within Archon of Sun's Grace Curiosity Darksteel Mutation Dissipation Field Idyllic Tutor Unflinching Courage Behemoth Sledge Kemba, Kha Regent Mirrormade Quest for the Holy Relic Whispersilk Cloak Kenrith's Transformation
Remove: Resolute Archangel Ajani's Chosen Valiant Endeavor Gryff's Boon Angelic Gift Unsettled Mariner Military Intelligence Cold-Eyed Selkie Serum Visions Brainstorm Explorer's Scope Indomitable Archangel Abundant Growth Goldvein Pick Cream of the Crop Three Dreams
3 weeks ago
3 months ago
I like a casual list with a strong theme! I hope you have a forgiving meta where you can actually play and enjoy this deck.
Hope this helps!
5 months ago
Awesome Profet93, thanks! So after all the feedback and staring at this list for a few hours here are the changes I made.
- Svella, Ice Shaper
- Price of Glory
- Tyrite Sanctum
- Karplusan Forest
- Gratuitous Violence
- Bramble Sovereign
- Shivan Gorge
- Goblin Bombardment
5 months ago
Thanks for the suggestions! Now I got even more cards to cut :D
PikobytePurphoros will go in for sure. For the other combos: Could you explain the third and fourth combo? I don't understand, how they work. Still I don't want to include too many combos, because that makes me a target even more. First game is fun, all other won't in my playgroup :D Also it's very dependend on Atla to stay I guess? What do you think? Also why did you cut Craterhoof Behemoth and Cream of the Crop in your deck?
Omniscience_is_life I already checked your deck a lot and playtested it. Works so well - great deck!
5 months ago
Omniscience_is_life Ah yes, I had thought about Nature's Chosen but went for Instill Energy . It doesn't work that well though. The haste is only relevant when you have 7 mana in turn three or four, which really never happens. But it let's Atla untap and is great for giving haste to Blightsteel or Ulamog. Mutavault and Sundering Growth I am running, but Cream of the Crop seems amazing here!
Oh yeah, I put my deck back to private... aaand it's back in. It's still a protype: Monster Omlette
5 months ago
Quickspell you're not wrong, I do have a lot of creatures--but I also think you'll find noncreature gems with high synergy like Nature's Chosen , Mutavault , Sundering Growth , and Cream of the Crop (that one's basically scry 10 with Ulamog!)
Sorry if any of those cards I spotlighted are ones you already have in the deck, your link seems to have stopped working so I couldn't double-check :/
6 months ago
Negan_Davidson my main call for Cream of the Crop is to quickly get to a card that one may want or need plus it because it looks at the power of the creature (most dinos mostly have pretty high power) and it whenever it comes in to play so you a good swing of Gishath you can get multiple triggers and possibly bypass a group of useless cards