Rally the Peasants
Creatures you control get +2/+0 until end of turn.
Flashback (You may cast this card from your graveyard for its flashback cost, then exile it.)
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
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Rally the Peasants Discussion
3 months ago
I'm going to complain a little more. I apologize.
Which of these describe traditional/stereotypical D&D bards?
Instinct driven, nature-centric, strong belief in destiny, physically powerful, focused on predator-prey interactions, minimalist
My answer is none. There is nothing about traditional D&D bards. They tend to fall into two broad categories, inspiring and manipulative. Inspiring would be -- Rally the Peasants , Outlaws' Merriment , Deafening Clarion , and Heartwarming Redemption are cards I would identify as showing this type of bard. Manipulative would be , with Beguiler of Wills , Besmirch , Role Reversal , and Captivating Crew as representative cards. Bards aren't nature characters. They can probably survive in the woods alone, but so can a paladin. Bards are , not .
6 months ago
Thanks for all the suggestions!!
I ended up cutting a ton of Flashback cards from the deck honestly, as well as a few escape ones. They do make a spirit, but they ended up being a little less impactful than I liked. However, Prismatic Strands / Rally the Peasants might make their way back in.
I think while I do have a few humans, 7 may be a few too low. If I was running more hatebears like Drannith Magistrate I would maybe reconsider human tribal cards.
For another sac outlet I've been toying with Martyr's Cause , and I think I'll add it back in. It gives good protection to us from X spells or just damage based removal as well. It doesn't make the Angelic Titan combo win, but Altar of Dementia / Goblin Bombardment should be fine with that.
Pheonix subthemes sound pretty fun actually! Rekindling seems really good especially.
That's all really helpful! Thank you so much!
6 months ago
I'm not sure how exactly Quin plays yet, but I'm trying to come up with something with him too so I'll throw some cards I thought were interesting at you. Sentinel's Eyes seems decent, with Quin out it gives you two 3/2s for , which is pretty good. Battle Screech is just a generally strong tokens card so it fits with the token support, but also gives you a 3/2 (for free!). Same with Increasing Devotion , although thats definitely a lower power level just because of the mana cost. Prismatic Strands / Rally the Peasants are both also pretty strong cards that also will just throw in a 3/2 with Quin.
You have quite a few humans, so maybe throw in Bruna, the Fading Light Flip, and if you want to meld, Gisela, the Broken Blade ? Bruna's solid on her own, but I might just be biased because I love meld. Angel of Glory's Rise too, depending on how many humans you end up with. You could also play things like Resurrection and Breath of Life , or even Gate to the Afterlife / God-Pharaoh's Gift . Angelic Renewal goes infinite with Sun Titan and a sac outlet, which you should probably have at least one more of. Ashnod's Altar is the go too, but I think its pretty expensive nowadays, so maybe Blasting Station , Dark-Dweller Oracle , or Grafted Exoskeleton
A bunch of the phoenixes seem decent, since they always return. I think the best ones would be Flamewake Phoenix , Rekindling Phoenix , and Skyfire Phoenix . Flamewake seems great since with Quin your spirits activate ferocious, the others I'd be more skeptical about.
Well I hope that's at least somewhat helpful lol
7 months ago
Calen the Lyrist
Legendary Creature - Human Bard
: Other creatures you control get +1/+0 until end of turn.
, : Gain control of target creature or artifact with Mana value 3 or less until Calen the Lyrist leaves the battlefield.
Sariol of Many Oaths
Legendary Creature - Elf Paladin
Whenever Sariol of Many Oaths attacks or blocks, Sariol gains hexproof until end of turn and deals 1 damage to target creature.
: The next 1 damage that would be dealt to target creature this turn is dealt to Sariol instead.
Create a card with life gain as a cost, instead of an effect.
2 years ago
I'll continue with the ones in the Innistrad block: Corpse Traders Deadeye Navigator Defy Death Angelic Overseer Alpha Brawl Afflicted Deserter Flip // Werewolf Ransacker Bloodline Keeper Flip // Lord of Lineage Harvester of Souls Grave Bramble Ghost Quarter Fiend of the Shadows Doomed Traveler Helvault Hinterland Hermit Flip // Hinterland Scourge Hunger of the Howlpack Hysterical Blindness Immerwolf Kruin Outlaw Flip // Terror of Kruin Pass Lunar Mystic Marrow Bats Midnight Duelist Misthollow Griffin Morkrut Banshee Paraselene Purify the Grave Rally the Peasants Tormented Pariah Flip// Rampaging Werewolf Screeching Bat Flip// Stalking Vampire Silverclaw Griffin Smite the Monstrous Sorin, Lord of Innistrad Traitorous Blood Treacherous Pit-Dweller Wakedancer Zealous Strike
Only on Transformed side: Bane of Hanweir Archdemon of Greed Gatstaf Howler Howlpack of Estwald Ironfang Krallenhorde Wantons Merciless Predator Ravager of the Fells Silverpelt Werewolf Tovolar's Magehunter Wildblood Pack
2 years ago
2 years ago
Maybe consider Renegade Tactics and Apostle's Blessing instead of Vampire's Zeal and Rally the Peasants to help force your Bloodmad Vamps and Sanguinary Marys through? Also, Tactics is a cantrip, so that's always good.
2 years ago
Hollow One is a very different deck in my mind. I've moved to trying that out since this list is very clunky. I'll post it later, but I don't think I'd play Rally the Peasants, and Scourge Devil seems too expensive to be effective. I'd lean more on Bloodghast or Goblin Bushwhacker if you're looking for hasty threats, though a lot of lists feature Monastery Swiftspear and some are trying Arclight Phoenix