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- Liquimetal Coating + Saheeli Rai
- Hoard-Smelter Dragon + Liquimetal Coating
- Aladdin + Liquimetal Coating
- Abrade + Liquimetal Coating
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
: Target permanent becomes an artifact in addition to its other types until end of turn.
4 months ago
7 months ago
Je hebt veel removal spels (32!). Ik begrijp dat je de artifacts wil slopen om je apen sterker te maken, alleen moet je ze eerst casten.
Omdat je veel creatures wilt om daar +1/+1 counters op wilt leggen. Daarom moet je minder 4+ mana creatures spelen. Je kan makkelijk wat goedkopere creatures spelen! Er zijn een aantal changelings die je kan spelen Universal Automaton, Realmwalker en Masked Vandal (-> is ook meteen removal).
Je speelt Slippery Boogbonder, maar waarom? Als je protection wilt open houden dan moet je 4 mana gebruiken! Je kan beter Greaves en boots spelen voordat je deze speelt.
Een paar andere kaarten die ik zou aanraden:
Hoe ik het zou spelen is dat ik veel apen op het veld snel wil krijgen. Dan zorg ik dat ik Kibo het veld op krjig en het leger kan laten groeien. Omdat je curve nu te hoog is, gaat dat langzaam tot niet.
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8 months ago
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10 months ago
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10 months ago
...This might have been a better topic closer to Christams now that I think about it... lol
Anyways, I hear "magical Christmas land" maybe overused but used to describe a synergy or strategy that takes a significant number of cards or specific cards to actually pull it together and see work. It's also meant to mean that the synergy will only happen rarely, maybe once in a dozen games.
At what point do you decide that a synergy or strategy fits this description? Or do you have a different definition of "Magical Christmas land" in mind?
As a more specific example. I'm building Ashnod the Uncaring who has a neat interaction with Liquimetal Coating and a sac land. Say Evolving Wilds. Since I'm not running many tutors and the Coating is such a specific card I'm considering this to be a synergy that maybe isn't going to come up very much. So I'm limiting it to just a handful of things that are fine without seeing Coating in play.
10 months ago
Think I made about 20 changes, more than I intended before even playing it once. Just cards I already owned though nothing crazy imo. Haven't even finished fishing through my collection at this point for more potential cards to try out in the deck... Who knows what I'll find lol.
I hadn't read Liquimetal Torque very closely... Almost included it thinking I could use it on lands. I'll have to pick up a Liquimetal Coating for that though. Once I do it can double up a few of the sac land effects. Evolving Wilds, Buried Ruin, Ghost Quarter, Myriad Landscape, and Terramorphic Expanse. Don't want to go any deeper on that idea though. It's cool if it all comes together but it takes having the commander and 1 other very specific card plus one of those lands. Without playing some tutor effects going deep on that isn't worthwhile.
A note on Priest of Forgotten Gods if you look at the scryfall/gatherer page you'll see the ability is not seen as a mana ability because it can have targets. So it is possible to double up that ability with Ashnod!
11 months ago
You may consider adding cards such as Mwonvuli Acid-Moss, Rending Vines, Viridian Revel, Deus of Calamity, or even a Bala Ged Recovery Flip. The first three will add more ramp/card draw. Obsidian Charmaw and Deus of Calamity work as some heavier hitters that fit the theme. Bala Ged Recovery Flip is also useful if Liquimetal Coating or Myr Landshaper keep getting targeted.