Pride of the Clouds

Pride of the Clouds

Creature — Elemental Cat

Flying

Pride of the Clouds gets +1/+1 for each other creature in play with flying.

Forecast, Reveal Pride of the Clouds from your hand: Create a 1/1 white and blue Bird creature token with flying. (Activate this ability only during your upkeep and only once each turn.)

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Pride of the Clouds Discussion

WeAreAlexandra on Flying Cats!

2 months ago

That's fair! Honestly it's just kinda cat aggro overall with Angelic Destiny and usually Leonin Warleader as a finisher. I'll probably end up switching out Sanctuary Cat for Pride of the Clouds even if I'm emotionally attached

seshiro_of_the_orochi on Flying Cats!

3 months ago

So you're playing Skycat Sovereign as a beatstick in a deck with four flyers and few ways to turn creatures into flyers? Seems suboptimal. Don't misunderstand me, I love me a good kitty deck, Pride of the Clouds seems teally important.

Defied-27 on Flying Cats!

3 months ago

Just some cards to consider if you want to stick with your game plan: Ajani, Caller of the Pride, Pride of the Clouds, Leonin Skyhunter and Arrester's Zeal. Also I would consider taking a look at your mana base considering how much money you want to spend.

Corrosive_Cat on Pigeon tribal

4 months ago

Love it; Pride of the Clouds could be pretty neat here.

Azeworai on Birdemic

4 months ago

A bird deck? Without Storm Crow? Outrageous. Blasphemy. Perfidious.

Allow the birbs to enlighten you.

Step One: Power and Glory

Aven Brigadier. Look straight into its eyes and see the fate that shall beset your foes. This is power. This is glory.

Step Two: True beauty

Swords to Plowshares. But get out of here with that squalid artwork. Ice Age gives us this beauty.

Step Three: Invoking fear

Aerial Assault. This is when you start playing Alfred Hitchcock's greatest film in the background. This instills fear.

Step Four: Round it all out

We have power, glory, beauty, fear, and an instant-win button. What is next? That is correct. Bird seeds. This is why I hired Soraya to disseminate them. She even gives opponents headaches with her activated ability.

Step Five: The purge

We need to empty out all of these bad cards from the list to make room for the mountain of birds coming in. Nexus of Fate is unplayable, Sensei's Top is questionable, and Sol Ring is useless. Try Aven Warhawk, Dragonstalker, and Carrier Pigeons. These are startlingly efficient flyers that almost do something sometimes.

Step Six: Commander falsehoods

Ramp never gets you anywhere. It adds no power to the board, cards to the hand, or birds to the game. The only two acceptable mana rocks are Seashell Cameo and Azorius Keyrune. They leastwise mention birds.

Step Seven: Cat birds

You must have both Skycat Sovereign and Pride of the Clouds. This is crucial. Cats are birbs, too.

Step Eight: Question my sanity

If you glue feathers to something, it is basically a bird. Why don't people know that Ragavan is a bird?! Heathens.

Step Nine: Profit maybe

Cast your Mimeomancers and Suntail Hawks, and cobble them together with a Keeper of the Nine Gales. May your feathery flight bring the greatest adventure, nevermore.

Step Ten: Good bye

Good bye.

lagotripha on Nethroi Cat Deck

1 year ago

There are a few notable cats from magic history if you want to dig them up - The one drops in particular are pretty good.

1 Loam Lion , Leonin Vanguard , Steppe Lynx , Wild Nacatl

2 Leonin Arbiter Leonin Relic-Warder (classic DnT pieces) Qasali Pridemage Rakshasa Deathdealer

3 Brimaz, King of Oreskos Qasali Ambusher

There are a few more if you want 1/1s or chunky green/white blockers, but there are enough creatures to make the tribe ok - the only reason they aren't great is that they are a little unfocussed - Pride of the Clouds wants flying creatures, steppe wants landfall, nacatyl particular lands, arbiter tax effects, warder flicker, etc etc.

Best of luck - a nethroi brew feels more likely to work out than anything else I can think of.

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