Kindred Summons

Kindred Summons


Choose a creature type. Reveal cards from the top of your library until you reveal X creature cards of the chosen type, where X is the number of creatures you control of that type. Put those cards onto the battlefield, then shuffle the rest of the revealed cards into your library.

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Kindred Summons Discussion

Housegheist on Golgaris spiked-ear hordes

1 month ago


Thank you for your comment. I do not own of the cards you mentioned...

Pact of the Serpent didn't made the cut, because it's sorcery speed. I already have a bunch of repeatable draw-effects (like Beast Whisperer, Guardian Project), Vanquisher's Banner; burst (Return of the Wildspeaker which is also more flexible, Kindred Summons (Kinda); or even combat based Ohran Frostfang, Toski, Bearer of Secrets.. etc. Therefore the Pact didn't made the cut.

Bolas's Citadel is already on my want-list. As soon as it enters my collection i will have to find a spot!

Baleful Mastery is definately worth a closer look. but for what to swap?

multimedia on Draggin' Grwl

2 months ago

Hey, you're welcome, nice changes.

Vigor prevents enrage from happening since it prevents damage dealt to Vron. It's a replacement effect which replaces the damage that is dealt with +1/+1 counters since damage isn't dealt enrage doesn't trigger. Rite of Passage works how you want with Vron because it doesn't prevent damage, but also puts a +1/+1 counter when damage is dealt.

Goblin Bombardment could replace many different cards simply because it's a win condition with Vron that's only two mana. Bombardment is also another card to infinite combo with Polyraptor and it can prevent ending the game in a draw with Marauding Raptor + Polyraptor. Anara, Wolvid Familiar could replace Cacophodon. Is Cacophodon part of a combo that I'm not seeing? Crop Rotation could replace Steel Wall.

Rishkar's Expertise and Return of the Wildspeaker are in the precon and they can draw a lot of cards because Vron starts at 5 power. Return being an instant can be cast not on your turn to fill your hand of cards to choose from to cast on your next turn. These spells are excellent with Klauth, Unrivaled Ancient and Old Gnawbone who can make a ton of mana to cast all the cards you draw.

Expertise and Return are actually better spells here than Kindred Summons because with Vron no matter what you're drawing at least 5 cards. Summons requires that you control many Dragons to get the same amount of value. One advantage of Summons is instant speed to potentially reveal both Gnawbone + Charger, cheating them onto the battlefield, but without a way to arrange these Dragons to the top of your library that will be rare.

Sword of Hours is in the precon and it does a lot with Vron since it's a source of repeatable die roll and a way to make Vron bigger with +1/+1 counters. Some budget lands to consider adding in place of some basic lands: Naya Panorama, Jund Panorama, Bonders' Enclave, Rogue's Passage.

Some changes to consider:

KBK7101 on I Was an EDH Werewolf

4 months ago

Midnight Hunt is looking great so far! Really excited to build around Tovolar as well!

As for suggestions, Kindred Summons just got reprinted in the AFR commander precons. Might be worth a look. Icon of Ancestry is also great for tribal decks.

RNR_Gaming on Klauth - A Timmy's Wet Dream

4 months ago

griffstick i finished the draft of the brew. I don't think Kindred Summons would do enough but it is a great card. The other 2 cards aren't really my style but I can see them in some builds.

griffstick on Klauth - A Timmy's Wet Dream

4 months ago

You know what sounds really good. Instants.

Vitalizing Wind and Decree of Savagery for starters, there's also Kindred Summons if go tribal or mostly tribal.

PhyrexianWombat on Phyrexian Flavour

4 months ago

Love a good Phyrexian deck! This one's dedication to the flavor is especially impressive, great job here!

I'd suggest trying out some of the "choose a creature type" cards such as Kindred Summons and Reflections of Littjara to take advantage of the newly-implemented Phyrexian creature type that all your creatures share, (okay, most of them at least, poor Consecrated Sphinx) but those cards themselves might be considered rather off-flavor. Hopefully we get some proper Phyrexian tribal support soon!

By the way, a second Tainted Strike seems to have snuck its way in there. If you end up looking for a replacement, Phyresis and Glistening Oil do a similar thing and hold the same thematic resonance, though they're a bit slower and more telegraphed.

K4m4r0 on Nobody has the intention of building a Wall

4 months ago

bl4ckb0l7 I haven't tested Kindred Summons or Reflections of Littjara, yet. Therefore I can't say anything about their playability. They both seem really strong but are also very expensive cmc-wise. I'd love to hear some feedback on both cards!

Eloniel I really don't like the pathways and I wouldn't run them outside of a 2 color deck. Tapping for 2 different colors is very important, especially during the early game. Also my pods are always 3+, so bond lands are basically just og duals. I would never replace them. There also aren't any fast lands in the deck?! But I understand that the mana base can be very meta dependant, so you should use what suits you and your meta best!

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