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Artifact — Equipment
Equipped creature has ": Add one mana of any colour."
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
Ghyrson Starn, Kelermorph would be fun for additional damage.
Paradise Mantle would give you with gelectrode.
5 months ago
SufferFromEDHD I appreciate it, man. Scale of Chiss-Goria is useful to protect Barricade Breaker from cards like Dismember. Lotus Petal and Mox Opal can't help cast my creatures with Improvise through their abilities. If I wanted to add both of them, I should probably swap Ornithopter, Phyrexian Walker, Scale of Chiss-Goria and/or Shield Sphere for Bone Saw, Paradise Mantle, Signal Pest and/or Springleaf Drum.
8 months ago
I am currently interested in making a mostly competitive Syr Gwyn, Hero of Ashvale commander deck. I’m aware of staples such as Path to Exile and Sol Ring, so I’m not asking for card suggestions that are on the nose. I’m mostly looking for highly competitive card draw engines and equipment pieces.
I want to make this approximately a 7-8 turn board wide win and highly functioning deck. Combo pieces in mardu that work well with Syr Gwyn, lands that can impact play, and on theme creature suggestions are what I am after. My first idea was to create a cheerios style voltron deck to draw out huge numbers of cards and stack up Syr Gwyn for a board wide win.
These are already on the brew list.
Ideas are to keep costs low, and find some multi-target options like Myriad or copies that can send my commander damage into multiple directions.
These are options I’ve considered for final touches as a direct damage option with the commander.
8 months ago
Removing Mox Tantalite completely makes you entirely dependent on Springleaf Drum for colored mana, so I don't know if going up on Moonsnare Prototype is a good idea in that situation since they will be uncastable without a Drum.
I do think you need to up your counts of Memnite and Ornithopter to get more consistent use out of the Drums, and maybe consider Paradise Mantle as another option (it's slightly worse than Drum since it doesn't get around summoning sickness, but it's something). You might also want to think about Chromatic Star, even though it's just a one-time use. How much do you really need Scale of Chiss-Goria/Tooth of Chiss-Goria?
A nonzero number of Mox Tantalite might still be the right approach, but I feel like they get worse for you as the numbers go down since it's less likely for them to end up in your opening hand.
10 months ago
Hmm, the first thing that jumps out is a synergy with Flux Channeler If you could, and this is very theoretical probably, but have flux channeler on the board, cast Saheeli, then Mishra's Bauble + Lotus Petal would take you to surviving ult. And if you could stack a few ults, things like Spare Supplies or maybe Golden Egg might become very good.
There's probably some kind of artifact storm you could build with her if you could find a way to blink Saheeli for multiple ults in one turn. I can't think of how to do it off the top of my head, but maybe. It could also work in Sram, Senior Edificer and Paradise Mantle decks where 0 cost equips would not only draw with Sram, but proliferate with Flux Channeler to ult Saheeli to reduce artifact costs, to play other equipment like free Shadowspear or even free Luxior, Giada's Gift that you could then equip to saheeli. But it's a lot of things in place, so I don't know, just throwing out ideas : )
Also, I would absolutely play Treasure Vault in any Saheeli build. Artifact lands are so strong.
10 months ago
If you want to make Raggadragga have an impact on this deck, you can add things like Cryptolith Rite, Song of Freyalise, and Paradise Mantle, because they give your creatures mana abilities. There's probably more out there than just those, but just make sure that they actually give the abilities to your creatures.
1 year ago
I've been able to playtest this build for a couple months now, and there's already been a few changes, although I haven't added things like Gluntch, the Bestower mainly because I sort of skipped that set, but will add it in the future.
Overall, I do enjoy this version, but it does come with a few weaknesses, such as my lack of much interaction, i.e. Counterspells and Removal, which I find I tend to lack in all of the decks I build. As an example, yesterday I managed to draw over half my deck by turn 6 and get most of my wincons in hand, but couldn't cast any of them due to one of the players in that pod running Baral, Chief of Compliance.
In my opinion, this is a very good 'come second' deck, but you're right with Simic Ascendancy being a good pick, my only concern with it is it requires both Leech Bonder and Paradise Mantle to function properly. That being said, it is a good pick, and one that I will probably put in the deck when I find one, as even though you do need to wait till upkeep, that isn't a problem as you can just perma goad every other creature to stay safe till then, spend the 1 G U if needed for a +1/+1 counter, then just insta win in the upkeep then.
1 year ago
I came across your deck while building my Kros Bright: Ace Attorney deck and it looks really nice, gave me plenty of ideas for my deck. I got to test my previous decklist during the weekend and it was working ok though I did encounter some minor problems that made me do some more fine-tuning after I got back home. I am still in a process of trying to think how to win with the deck, there does not seem to be many other options that I could think of than the ones you have already listed in your "How to Win" section. Leech Bonder + Paradise Mantle combo would allow to win with Simic Ascendancy but there is the problem that you need to wait till your upkeep for to win with it.
Have you been able to play with your deck, how do you feel about it?