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Reciprocate Discussion

Pathinfder97 on life

5 months ago

Looks like a fun deck! I may put something similar together with what I have.

For budget removal Id recommend Condemn and Reciprocate

For more tokens Gather the Townsfolk , Lingering Souls (if you want to splash back), Spectral Procession , Promise of Bunrei

For enchantments I’d look at Ajani's Welcome , Legion's Landing  Flip (also taps for land), Leyline of the Meek , Honor the Pure and Intangible Virtue .

As far as creatures go I’d try to get more tokens out. Maybe Thraben Doomsayer , Doomed Traveler , Impassioned Orator or Soul's Attendant

Some instants would be Make a Stand to protect tokens from a board wipe

SizzleySurprise on Deck for Starbot

1 year ago

Huh. Dunno how I stumbled across this deck. You only want white removal ideas? How about... Condemn, Gaze of Justice, Reciprocate, Spirit Link (does double-duty for you in this deck), Oust? Harm's Way? Reprobation? Afterlife? Crib Swap?
There are just a ton of options in white for removal - even on a budget. You have to remember, though, that a mono-white deck is going to have a bit of a problem with card draw, so targeted removal in a multiplayer game could put you at a disadvantage. Especially if you have too much.
Well of Lost Dreams might be worth squeezing into your budget... That actually just reminded me of Cradle of Vitality which would be pretty awesome here.
Again, consider more board wipes than targeted removal (I'll give suggestions on those too, if you're interested).
Good luck brewing!

Hynx on Selesnya Enchantment

1 year ago

if you want a list of mana dorks to speed up them larger mana cost creatures instead of disposing them here: MANA DORKS is a link to a fairly comprehensive list. not all are modern legal and its not a perfect list. but its a great starting point.

For modern, you want to be able to win by turn 4 if it is not a control/snailing stall deck. if you go the stall route, you may want to invest in cards that let you exile on the cheap, and totally screw your opponents win condition. such as Reciprocate or even Shepherd of the Flock just to snail them with the adventure portion(great way to also ruin a combo that relies on the enchant placed on the creature you are targeting.

lagotripha on Budget Warriors

2 years ago

I'd start with looking at Rush of Battle and a few lands, 1-2-3 isn't exactly super mana-intensive already. I'd look at lowering the overall curve to help pile on the pressure those first few turns-probably going to three foremost and two of the two drops. Budget creature decks without vial either need each creature to be amazing (which makes the cards expensive), or run a lot of one-drops that like other one drops.

A few disruption spells and low to the ground creatures is the theory behuind delver. Disfigure is great sideboard tech, but Oust , possibly Murderous Cut if your find youreself with a lot of spells are both options. Take a look at what people are putting in cubes to see what the best budget options are- things like Reciprocate or Oppressive Rays do ok.

If I was looking at ban, I'd look to increase tempo&pressure - Bump in the Night in some number to finish the game. If I was looking at a grindier strategy, i'd try to pack a lot of hand disruption- Drill Bit , duress etc.

If I was looking to go more competitive, I'd start by filling out a sideboard based on the decks I'd play it against- a clearer idea of what you are meant to face down and what you lose against lets you plan. Knowing you can side in cards to fill gaps helps a lot.

SynergyBuild on Casual White Human Tribal

2 years ago

To start, this is casual, so you have access to a ton of great creatures, Mentor of the Meek, Consul's Lieutenant, Reciprocate, and Brave the Elements aren't what I would pick, even for a budget.

Swords to Plowshares over Reciprocate, as it is a budget option, and is the best creature removal in the game, apart from some minor cases where Lightning Bolt, Fatal Push, Chain of Vapor, and Path to Exile are better, all in specific decks.

Soldier of the Pantheon is a really powerful card I would suggest, dependent on who you play against, like Dragon Hunter, but it can't be dealt damage by a multicolored creature or spell, and can't be blocked or targetted by one either, so it ends up that you can effectively get free wins against some decks!

Obviously, Recruiter of the Guard and a bunch of one-of cards like Palace Jailer, Sanctum Prelate, True Believer, Thalia, Heretic Cathar, and other 'hate' cards that almost instantly win against the right deck can be good, but isn't cheap to build.

War Priest of Thune can be good against enchantments, Accorder Paladin for a more aggressive strategy, Knight of the Holy Nimbus if you go against removal heavy decks, Riders of Gavony against any tribe, and Imposing Sovereign for fun. Even Field Marshal can be sweet!

Holy_Cow on Army Clad in White

2 years ago

If you're willing to make the jump, Path to Exile is a much better replacement than Reciprocate. I also think that Sunscorch Regent is a really good flyer finisher that's budget.

If you want to go wide then Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite would be so good but it's ridiculously expensive...

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