, : Exile any number of cards from your hand face down. Put that many cards from the top of your library into your hand. Then look at the exiled cards and put them on top of your library in any order.
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Scroll Rack Discussion
1 week ago
Some Angel Suggestions:
Herald of War (should help speed it up)
Linvala, Keeper of Silence hatebear
Baneslayer Angel (always has been one of my favs)
Some more card draw and ramp
Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx (you have a lot of triple white)
A good Ramp package that should have you set up well to cast however you want (I use it in my UG list and I can pretty easily Finale of Devastation into a Blightsteel colossus)
Some Control options
2 weeks ago
I am very frequently designing new cards, so here are several of my latest designs.
Angelic Intervention Show
Permanents that you control gain hexproof and indestructible until end of turn.
As far as I am concerned, the fact that Heroic Intervention is not white is blasphemy, so I have made a white version of that card. I know that white usually does not grant hexproof to permanents, only to players, but I believe that this is an acceptable exception, especially when one considers how greatly green has been intruding into white's section of the color pie, recently.
Gabriel's Horn Show
, : target players gains X life and gains hexproof until end of turn.
, : creatures that you control get +X/+X and gain first strike and vigilance until end of turn.
, : create X 4/4 white angel creature tokens with flying.
The archangel Gabriel is a popular figure in Christian folklore, but, as with any centuries-old stories, depictions of him vary greatly; however, one common trait in all of his stories is that he has a horn that he uses for various purpsoes, but, again, the exact abilities of his horn vary depending upon the story, so I chose my own abilities for my depiction of Gabriel's horn. I originally had given this card a cost of only , but I decided that that was too low of a cost for such a powerful card. I also had planned to give this card a fourth ability, one that would return a creature card with converted mana cost X or less from its owner's graveyard to the battlefield, but I decided that the horn was already sufficiently powerful as it is.
Praetors' Scepter Show
, : put a charge counter on praetors' scepter.
, remove three charge counters from praetors' scepter: take an extra turn after this one.
Magistrate's Scepter is an awesome card, but the reason for which I do not have it in my Atraxa, Praetors' Voice EDH deck is that it requires too heavy of an investment in mana before the player can profit from it, even in a deck that has numerous sources of proliferation; when a player casts that card, there is no way that their opponents will not seek to destroy it immediately. Therefore, I have created a variant of it that utilizes my fondness for Phyrexian mana to help ease the costs of that card, and I chose to use blue Phyrexian mana, because blue is the color that most commonly can grant additional turns.
Magus of the Rack Show
Creature - human wizard
, : exile any number of cards from your hand face down, put that many cards from the top of your library into your hand, then look at the exiled cards and put them on top of your library in any order.
This card is a creature version of Scroll Rack, which I only recently released is an amazing card; it has the same converted mana cost as the original artifact, because it does not have haste and therefore cannot be used on the same turn on which it is summoned, unless it is granted haste by another source. I originally planned to make it a 2/2, but I decided to instead make it a 1/3, because the controller of this creature will almost never attack with it, unless they are truly desperate.
What does everyone else here say about these cards? Do you like them?
3 weeks ago
Scroll Rack works best with tutors, searching your library, and shuffling it. Soothsaying could be really good, but only if you can reliably pay 5 mana to shuffle your library. If you don't have a mana combo (I'd suggest Dramatic Reversal + Isochron Scepter and you can get infinite untaps and mana) then Crystal Ball is much less of an investment mana wise.
1 month ago
personally i like to run Mindmoil with Scroll Rack stashing combo peaces into the rack, but if the options are Crystal Ball vs Soothsaying i would choose Soothsaying and then put it on my to be cut list for a Sensei's Divining Top
1 month ago
I have a copy of Scroll Rack in my Nekusar, the Mindrazer EDH deck, because I believe that it is a very awesome card, but, without a way to put cards from the top of my library elsewhere in it, I will simply draw again cards that I put away with the rack, a task that I am currently using Crystal Ball to perform, but I wonder if Soothsaying would be better for that task. Currently, with the ball, I can optimally exchange a maximum of two cards in my hand for cards from the top my library, but, with Soothsaying, I can exchange my entire hand, provided that I can afford the cost of the enchantment's first ability. Therefore, I am contemplating replacing the artifact with the enchantment, but I wish to ask for everyone's opinion before I make any decisions on this matter.
1 month ago
You also have cards that let you filter a little more than normal such as Dig Through Time or Scroll Rack. Muddle the Mixture is a counter spell that will let you tutor for any 2 CMC card in your list. Vedalken AEthermage will let you tutor for any wizard for 3 mana. Both of these tutors are kind of slow, but at least Muddle doubles as a counter spell...that is really all i found that can grab to hand in your colors though.
1 month ago
1 month ago
Ok, here because of you Cyclonic Rift vs. Omniscience post. Now, first off, why no extra combat spells?
Now, on to suggestions. I'll try to break it down by category and keep things budget friendly.
Ramp: Run LOTS more. Pentad Prism is the only 2 drop mana rock that'll net +2 different colored mana in the same turn (albeit, once). Fellwar Stone , Worn Powerstone , Coalition Relic , and Basalt Monolith are worth running also. Crystal Vein is handy in a pinch as well.
Defense: Smoke is worth its weight in gold here and 100% deserves a spot.
Feel free to check out my list for ideas (especially for extra combats). Upvotes on any of my decks are appreciated. Narset, American Beauty