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Artifact — Equipment
For Mirrodin! (When this Equipment enters the battlefield, create a 2/2 red Rebel creature token, then attach this to it.)
Whenever equipped creature and at least one other creature attack, draw a card.
Equip (: Attach this to target creature you control. Equip only as a sorcery. This enters the battlefield unattached and stays on the battlefield if the creature this card is attached to leaves the battlefield.)
3 months ago
You can use double square brackets around a card's name to create a reference link. It's the best way to help everyone understand what's going on in your question: Kemba's Banner, Jasmine Boreal of the Seven, Glimmer Lens
The Banner doesn't interfere with Jasmine's effect. It isn't giving the equipped creature an ability, rather it's just doing something to the equipped creature with its own ability just like Glimmer Lens does. A card like Hexgold Hoverwings does interfere with Jasmine's effect because it specifically gives the equipped creature the "flying" ability.
3 months ago
If you're looking for more draw without sacrificing a creature slot, there's also Firemane Commando from March of the Machine. It's kinda like Breena, so could potentially work in tandem with, or in replacement. Still, I wouldn't pass up on Breena's ability to buff up your team.
Glimmer Lens and Call of the Ring are both also newer options. I'm currently using Call of the Ring in a couple of decks. Pacing-wise, it is comparable also to Phyrexian Arena, but The Ring Tempts You offers some additional bonuses which reward aggro play patterns, one of which being to draw then discard a card on attack.
4 months ago
Chivalric Alliance and Glimmer Lens are great on theme card draw. Alliance is great late game with Welcoming Vampire, Tocasia's Welcome and/or Bennie Bracks because you can discard excess lands to make a token and draw a card
Idol of Oblivion could work too
6 months ago
Bitterthorn, Nissa's Animus is basically second Animist's Blade. Hero of Bladehold and battle cry cards in general seem strong with Isshin. You could make this deck more equipment focused with Syr Gwyn, Armored Skyhunter, Glimmer Lens, Hexplate Wallbreaker, Forging the Tyrite Sword, Nahiri, Forged in Fury, Jor Kadeen, First Goldwarden, Seraphic Greatsword and Akiri, Fearless Voyager. Talisman of Conviction, Talisman of Indulgence and Talisman of Dominance are good ramp options. The Mirran swords are really good with multiple combat steps, particularly Sword of Feast and Famine.
8 months ago
Totally understandable. I think I was a bit too focused on the P/T buff that Jor Kadeen, First Goldwarden gets from the equipped creatures, that I didn't zoom out enough to look at the other P/T buffs in your deck. It looks like you have 5 equipment, and 5 other non-equipment P/T buffs. 10 total is not bad definitely better than what I initially though, but leaves Jor Kadeen kinda dependent on having 1 of those other 10.
If you want a similar CMC option as Jor Kadeen, I'd recommend checking out Plumb the Forbidden or Deadly Dispute. Plumb the Forbidden is one of my favorite draw options for Isshin (mostly because I'm token focused). There's also Glimmer Lens, which might be a bit more reliable than Jor Kadeen.
8 months ago
8 months ago
I run Fighter Class to grab Hexplate Wallbreaker and also Glimmer Lens and Mask of Memory and some other equipments. I also run Sigarda's Aid because I run Splinter Twin to combo with Combat Celebrant and Zealous Conscripts I love Iroas, I equipped a helm on him in a game last night and had 4 of him on the board lol.