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|Commander 2017 (C17)||Rare|
|Modern Masters 2015 Edition (MM2)||Rare|
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Creature — Faerie Wizard
When Puppeteer Clique enters the battlefield, put target creature card from an opponent's graveyard onto the battlefield under your control. It gains haste. At the beginning of your next end step, exile it.
Persist (When this creature dies, if it had no -1/-1 counters on it, return it to the battlefield under its owner's control with a -1/-1 counter on it.)
Puppeteer Clique Discussion
1 day ago
Initial thoughts. Deck needs to be piled out to see what needs to be shored up. Look up 8x8 deck building theory. Once its piled itll be more clear.
Sage of Fables - Expensive
Trinket Mage - Fetches nothing
Goblin Bombardment - Expensive
Spinal Embrace - really high CMC for effect
Dreadhorde Butcher - a must
Talisman of Creativity - minus a locket or signet
Stalking Vengeance (maybe)
2 weeks ago
You have quite a few that I have in my deck. And a couple that I noticed are missing are in your maybeboard.. but thought i would give a couple suggestions.
Bloodghast is expensive, but his recursion is pretty nice. Noosegraf Mob - a bit high CMC, but can make 6 ETBs in a round around the table. And if you can recur him, he can do it again. Puppeteer Clique - 4 ETBs, along with 2 creatures from an opponents graveyard Sepulchral Primordial - guess it depends on your playgroup, but my buddies usually play big beasts, and we usually play 4-5 player Desecrated Tomb depending on how much graveyard recursion you have, this might pay off. Buried Alive is a great way to get those key creatures like Nether Traitor and Gravecrawler where you need them Yahenni, Undying Partisan - an extra sac outlet never hurts, and he is pretty easy to keep alive
1 month ago
Don't ask what to remove for any of this... just some good synergies.
Captivating Crew and Puppeteer Clique can steal and effectively remove creatures paired with Greven. Doom Whisperer grows Greven while allowing you to dig and ditch if you will, while Plunge into Darkness can find that game ending card at the right moment. Bond of Agony , Killing Wave , and Nightmare Lash all allow for payment of life with benefits. Slaughter while limited it is still relevant and repeatable removal. And lastly Withering Boon because why not.
And should of first reserved my spot on the Deck Help page... oh well, enjoy this one free. +1
2 months ago
I like this deck a lot. As a Prossh, Skyraider of Kher player, sacrifice combos are close to my heart.
Incubation Druid is a sweet mana dork if you can sneak a +1/+1 onto it.
Ob Nixilis, Unshackled might like this deck and would go infinite with some of the listed combos. He also provides tutor hate for opponents and that's pretty cool.
Generally I would recommend a couple more tutors if you can spend the money on them. Or there's budget options outside of transmute like Mastermind's Acquisition
2 months ago
Please link all cards in your question using double brackets.
There is not really such a thing as "on the way" to zones anymore. If both Puppeteer Clique and an opponent's creature die at the same time they will all enter the graveyard. Then any triggers caused by their deaths (including persist) will go on the stack. Once persist resolves Puppeteer Clique will be returned to the battlefield and its ETB will trigger. Any creature card in an opponent's graveyard is a fair target for the ETB. This includes creatures that died at the same time that it did and are still in the graveyard. Even creatures that died after it did but before persist resolved are legal targets.
3 months ago
Funny thing too, I actually had Naru Meha, Master Wizard and Stonybrook Banneret in the deck but changed them out for other things, I forget what, but I'll have to reconsider adding them now that I think about it.
I know I took out Stonybrook because it lacked an etb effect and that seems main value you get from the tokens that Inalla makes. I took out Naru probably to switch to a non-legendary creature because Inalla can't make a token of her. But she does give everything +1/+1, which definitely helps if I ever wanted to attack with the wizards.
Puppeteer Clique is a good idea, too. I'll have to figure out what to take out to add him in.
Thanks for the suggestions!
3 months ago
Looks like a fun deck! I've never played an Inalla deck but I think her strength comes from copying wizards with enter-the-battlefield effects. You may want to focus more on that than anything else? It might play similar to a Roon of the Hidden Realm deck. I think your Naban, Dean of Iteration could be an unofficial Lieutenant of this deck.
3 months ago
This is a very nice Marchesa list and has been an excellent reference in retuning my own version. You may have already seen this, but you have a couple of infinite combos to exploit in your list that I did not see as part of the primer. They all revolve around Glen Elendra Archmage , as the persist is what enables them to work. As follows:
I run those combos in my own list and figured I'd point them out just in case. Thanks again for posting the list.
Puppeteer Clique occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.03%