Sachi, Daughter of Seshiro
Legendary Creature — Snake Shaman
Other Snake creatures you control get +0/+1.
Shamans you control have "Tap: Add (Green)(Green) to your mana pool."
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|Champions of Kamigawa (CHK)||Uncommon|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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Sachi, Daughter of Seshiro Discussion
1 month ago
Just going by Scryfall (even going as deep as <0.90c in terms of value rather than the full dollar) there are quite a few that spring up that I'd be interested in seeing made on such an extreme budget:
Rashmi, Eternities Crafter -- Simic Control/Tempo is something I'd be super interested to see on a budget, not gonna lie.
Tasigur, the Golden Fang -- Recursive politics on a budget?
Oviya Pashiri, Sage Lifecrafter -- Only because I have a budget plan for her myself, I'd be interested in seeing another take on it!
Darigaaz Reincarnated -- This is more of a pet idea for me, I love Darigaaz.
Sachi, Daughter of Seshiro -- If you're looking for a tribal commander, Shamans are a very unique tribe.
Those are just some that spring to mind for me looking over the list, whether you run with any of them or not I hope you enjoy the process of budgeteering! I know I do whenever I get the itch!
1 month ago
TriusMalarky I see, thank you for the advice. I mostly have the finale combo because I wanted to include both Shamanic Revelation and Shaman's Trance because, honestly, my Vorthos outweighs my Johnny, but I think you might be right.
As for ramp, I have Sachi, Daughter of Seshiro who makes all my shamans dorks for double green, and then I was considering a gemstone array because ashnods altar and sachi can both make two mana to start throwing counters on it. Along with Molten Echoes and cards like Burning-Tree Shaman I can make a lot of mana through the mortuary trigger as well. Of course, the elder was one of the first cards I chose, as he’s perfect for the role, being in my tribe and all.
I really like the combo potential with thrumming stone tho, and the suggestion of commune with the gods as well. Thanks a lot :)
1 year ago
more paupering! Sachi, Daughter of Seshiro for shaman tribal!
1 year ago
Domri Rade : +1 is not very good? Draws you around 1/3 of a card every turn. I'm assuming you're playing him for his ult, which is kind of a bad idea. No player in their right mind is gonna let that boi get his ultimate out, and with four people at the table? Not likely.
Sachi, Daughter of Seshiro : the most expensive card in your deck is Woodfall Primus at 8 mana (yes, I know Blasphemous Act is 9 technically but realistically it's 1). What do you need with all this mana after turn 4? Casting your whole hand every turn? You don't have the draw to sustain that.
1 year ago
2 years ago
This deck has no Red, White, or Blue. Obviously this makes Hapatra a sneaky unpatriotic terrorist, so I will recommend some Snakes for her.
One possibility might be Sachi, Daughter of Seshiro. Her ability to make your Snakes' butts bigger means they can take an extra -1/-1 counter before dying, so you'll get twice the token generation out of Nest of Scarabs/Hapatra. You also have a handful of Shamans in the deck that can benefit from her second ability. One of the bigger downsides of her is that she doesn't apply to your Insects, just your Snakes, so the overall synergy could be better.
Also, just in case you need more Snake generation, there's always Orochi Hatchery. Even though you seem to get Snakes just fine in other ways, it's a token generator that can survive a creature-targeted boardwipe - you'll have something left after the Wrath of God/Blasphemous Act clears the field.
One more sneaky snake suggestion: How about Shisato, Whispering Hunter? You'll generate enough Snakes to keep him from sacrificing himself. Once he's on the field, if opponents don't have a way to remove him immediately, he'll break morale across the board as people fear tapping anything. You already have some stuff for sneaking Hapatra damage through that could apply to him (Shizo, Death's Storehouse for example), and could even add the incredibly mana-intense Rogue's Passage if you felt like cutting a colored mana.
I think I remember commenting/upvoting/viewing/whatevering this deck a year back. It looks even deadlier now! Well done.