Keeper of the Accord

Keeper of the Accord

Creature — Human Soldier

At the beginning of each opponent's end step, if that player controls more creatures than you, create a 1/1 white Soldier creature token.

At the beginning of each opponent's end step, if that player controls more lands than you, you may search your library for a basic Plains card, put it onto the battlefield tapped, then shuffle your library.

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Format Legality
Casual Legal
Limited Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Leviathan Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Custom Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Oathbreaker Legal

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Keeper of the Accord Discussion

Salt_Goodman on Linden, the Steadfast Queen

1 day ago

Just kept a list of some good cards while looking at mtg stuff.

Helpful Artifacts

Cosmos Elixir

Dolmen Gate

Chalice of Life  Flip

Useful Creatures

Sun Titan

Resplendent Angel

Heliod, Sun-Crowned

Keeper of the Accord for catch-up scenarios

Mangara, the Diplomat for some card draw

Alternate Win-Cons

Angel of Destiny

Ajani, Strength of the Pride

Good One-sided board wipe

Ravnica at War

multimedia on Gisela, The Boros Goddess

2 weeks ago

Hey, well done so far on a budget.

An area to consider improving is ramp, especially two drop ramp.

Keeper and Rangers have nice repeatable effects that can help for card advantage for white. Keeper in my opinion is a $5 staple of white. The four drop spot on the mana curve has lots of good cards with Gisela thus more two drop ramp helps to cast these cards.

There's a disconnect between the low amount of lands to low amount of ramp to the high avg CMC of your deck. A 4.0 avg is high for a nongreen deck. With 4.0+ avg then you want to account for this with more lands and ramp to be able to cast cards. Consider more lands? 32 is low, consider 36?

Cards to consider cutting are 5 CMC or higher. Your goal is to cast Gisela and to help to do this it's best to use the early/mid game to ramp. Gisela is the high CMC card you want to cast more than others therefore having a lot of other high CMC cards is not helping to cast Gisela. There are some exceptions to keep such as Heartless Hidetsugu , Sun Titan , Aurelia, the Warleader , Elspeth, Sun's Champion , Assemble the Legion , Staff of Nin , Austere Command , but all the others could be cut to for more lands/ramp.

Good luck with your deck.

Ailuro on Necronomicon | Teysa Karlov | Primer

1 month ago

Love the deck, gave me a lot of great ideas and inspiration to build my own! I was wondering if you think there's any place for Keeper of the Accord? It might just be my play group since there's a lot of green and crazy ramping, but I wonder if it would be another helpful option for catching up and occasional token generation?

DespairFaction on Balan, one-punch woman

1 month ago

All in all, everything looks pretty tight and it seems like you have bases covered pretty well. Heres a few things I might explore. First up I am BIG fan of Sword of Sinew and Steel I think only feast and famine is better when getting only a single sword trigger. Next, Ardenn is an insane card that you definitely want to be running, if you cant find a cut I would switch it for Sigarda's Aid which ive always been luke warm on. Keeper of the Accord of the is much better than Verge Rangers, more lands and tokens give you sacrifice protection and blockers. Akroma's Will and Faith's Shield have both been ridiculously good in my decks. Akromas is protection and a finisher, and Faiths Shield is protection for ANY PERMANENT and/or unblockable as needed so I would definintely clear room for these. And if you are able to cut a basic you can run Sejiri Shelter  Flip as a 3rd one of these. I very much like to have 2 fog effects whenever I can swing it. Teferi's proteciton is one, Comeuppance is another that I really like, but you can also use Settle the Wreckage or Dawn Charm as additional ways to not get run over by stuff. Finally, if you are facing stronger and/or more value based decks I always recommend a few key hatebears to stop your opponents from going wild Hushbringer is hilarious in how many different strategies it inteferes with Archon of Emeria or Rule of Law can slow down a player who is very far ahead, if you don't want to use Winter Orb which is a powerful, skill intense, but also salt inducing card. Landwise I would get yourself a Bonders' Enclave and a War Room but ive always used Mikokoro, Center of the Sea and Geier Reach Sanitarium to good effect in mono white...id probably just run all of them and tutor for Feast and Famine asap.

DemonDragonJ on Does Red/White Need to Have …

1 month ago

Caerwyn, denying other players a basic resource needed to play this game is extremely un-fun and unpopular, so that is why WotC rarely prints such cards, any more, and I believe that some recent attempts to improve white, most notably Boreas Charger and Keeper of the Accord, are ideal ways to improve white while maintaining that color's identity.

For that reason, I have no problem with Underworld Dreams, which punishes players for seeking to gain card advantage, but I have great problems with Hullbreacher and Opposition Agent, which completely prevent a player from gaining card advantage, and I really wish that WotC had not printed those cards.

Housegheist on Teysa Karlov’s Double D's

1 month ago

Sorry for doublepost but Keeper of the Accord could also be a nice addition as it ramps you and can bring you additional tokens to sacrifice

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