Sejiri Shelter

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Brawl Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Planechase Legal
Pre-release Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Standard Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Sejiri Shelter

Instant

Target creature you control gains protection from the colour of your choice until end of turn.

raspberryfish25 on The Kaalia Battalia

4 months ago

Hey, I really enjoy your Kaalia deck but, one thing I noticed, you don’t have a lot of ways to protect Kaalia while she is on the board. A few cards I run in my personal Kaalia deck to help with this are: Galadriel's Dismissal, Teferi's Protection, Mithril Coat, Sephara, Sky's Blade, Earnest Fellowship, Malakir Rebirth  Flip and, Sejiri Shelter  Flip.

Both Teferi’s Protection and Gladriel’s Dismissal basically do the same job of not just protecting Kaalia but your entire board from spot removal and mass removal. Gladriel’s Dismissal also has the two added bonuses of in a pinch just being able to protect Kaalia or using it on your opponent to remove all their blockers for a turn. Mithril Coat is more niche but, has protected Kaalia a few times from targeted removal spells. What I like about the coat is I can play it at instant speed so I can possibly bait an opponent into waisting one of their removal spells on Kaalia. Sephara, Sky’s Blade is a slightly worse Avacyn, Angel of Hope which you are already running. Earnest Fellowship is a card I find a lot of people sleep on. At first glance the enchantment does not look like it would do that much but with it out you’re giving Kaalia protection from the three most prominent removal colors. I have had this card in my Kaalia deck for years and I have lost count how many times an opponent has went to cast a removal spell on Kaalia only to realize that they can’t because Kaalia has protection from it. Lastly, both MDFCs should almost be an auto include because they only things they are replacing is a basic plains and swamp.

I see you run a lot more spot removal then I personally do in my Kaalia deck which is not a bad thing I have just found it is not as necessary. Instead, I focus more on mass removal because, I have found in most games getting rid of one or two cards on the battlefield does not help me when I am behind. However, resetting the board when the table has shut me down helps me out immensely allowing me to claw back into the game.

A few mass removal cards I would consider are Damn, Farewell, Crux of Fate, and Scourge of Kher Ridges. Damn is just an upgraded version of Damnation because it has the flexibility to be spot removal or mass removal. Farewell is arguably the best removal spell in the format because outside of Planeswalkers it can deal with anything making it so versatile plus as an added bonus it exiles instead of destroys. Crux of Fate is unique because your deck is already running a ton of dragons so why not possibly save your board of dragons while you clear everything else out of your way? Speaking of dragons, I stumbled upon Scourge of Kher Ridges awhile back and man has this card impressed me so much. You cheat it into play with Kaalia then for you get to do 2 damage to all creatures without flying! Best thing is you can activate the ability as soon as Scourge hits the table. As long as Scourge is out you are able to shut down all non-flying creatures. Plus 99% of the creatures in your deck have flying so you don’t have to worry about any of your creatures taking damage.

Sorry if this was a longer than normal post. Overall, I really like the direction you took your Kaalia deck.

eliakimras on Wyleth, Boros Voltron

8 months ago

Hello fellow Wyleth, Soul of Card Draw player!

I'm glad you got both Wyleth's and Aesi's precons for a good price. They are reeeeally explosive in gameplay with a few upgrades.

I play a lot of this bad boy, and I want to suggest some swaps below 3 USD for you to take it to a higher ground:

First of all, the ramp. I found out that 2 CMC, untapped ramp is the best for Wyleth. Since he draws so many cards, he can chain rocks and voltron pieces in the same turn, so his next turn is even more explosive than the last one. I almost always have more mana than the Green decks in my pod.

You should run boardwipes that hits your stuff the least:

Also, you can streamline your removal package. All of those are fetchable by Sunforger:

More/better auras and equipment

Cheating equip costs

If you really need to protect yourself against attacks, Ghostly Prison is a way better Palace Guard.

More utility lands

eliakimras on Equipped Samurai

10 months ago

Since your deck is a fast one, consider running lands that don't enter the battlefield tapped:

You might also want to run some utility lands:

Also, since speed is the name of the game for Voltron decks, consider those swaps in your ramp package:

Max_Hammer on Feather

11 months ago

I love Feather! Let me help you with that win rate, yeah?

Firstly, lands. You have too many. Take out the Boros Garrisons. All your cards are a low CMC and you don't really need that many. Other than that, I'd swap out either some copies of Temple of Triumph or Clifftop Retreat, but probably the temple for Sejiri Shelter  Flip.

Secondly, you gotta keep your creatures safe. 4x Loran's Escape, 4x Gods Willing, and with the four Shelters, you should be just fine. Angelic Intervention is also a good choice, if you'd prefer something else.

Third, what are you targeting? For some suggestions, I like Dreadhorde Arcanist and Illuminator Virtuoso a lot. Tenth District Legionnaire is also very, very good here. Leonin Lightscribe and Clever Lumimancer are good, too. Harmonic Prodigy is really strong, depending on the other creatures you add, too. Of course adding Feather is a musy, too. If I were you, I'd probably pick like 12 non-Feather creatures to add in here.

Fourth, Removal. Mishra's Command is great here, otherwise I'd bump Boros Charm to 3 copies. Maybe throw 3x Wear / Tear in your sideboard or something. Options are great and all of these give options.

Fifth, buffs!! There's a whole lot of ways to buff your creatures, but here's what you want to do. Make about half of them cards like Coming In Hot, giving a buff + some sort of card advantage. Then, make half of them Brute Strength to make sure your creature has trample, or some other sort of evasion.

Sixth and finally, card advantage. White is bad with that. Red is bad with that. That's why your buffs really oughtta have card advantage with them. Ancestral Anger is a good one, for the record.

Okay, good luck and have fun!

Max_Hammer on I’m Rick Grimes, Bitch 2.0

1 year ago

Howdy, I think your mana base could use some work-shopping. As for what you have right now, it's good. You don't need to remove anything, nothing here is hurting you. However, there might be something you missed. The only reason I can see for having this number of basics is for Emeria, but I think you could get even more value elsewhere. For the record, I'm not saying to include all of these, but I am giving you some choices as to what you might wanna include. I suggested the ones that seemed like the best choices.

Removal:

For removal, we have a few choices. Scavenger Grounds is graveyard hate, which is fine because we only have one piece of recursion and it's Emeria. Blast Zone is pretty solid removal, just in case. Field of Ruin can get rid of someone else's Emeria or other problem land. Eiganjo, Seat of the Empire can be removal when you need it, and a land when you don't. And lastly, Kabira Takedown  Flip in a token deck takes down pretty much anything without hexproof.

Protection:

Your stuff is important! Keep it safe with these cards. Eiganjo Castle is nice for anyone especially important, as can Karakas, if you can swallow the high pricetag. Sejiri Shelter  Flip can keep a creature safe once, assuming you don't need the mana. Nephalia Academy is fun when playing against specific deck strategies. Now, for a lot of them all at once, Kor Haven, Mystifying Maze, and Labyrinth of Skophos (With a shoutout to Maze of Ith) all prevent people from bonking you too hard.

Misc.

Everything else that wasn't in those two categories. Windbrisk Heights can play you a free Mass Calcify when you need it, just for swinging with 3 tokens. Reliquary Tower because this is Commander. War Room, depending on how much draw you need. Idyllic Grange may as well replace a Plains if you plan to keep focusing on Emeria. Arcane Lighthouse is just another Detection Tower effect. And for the final one, Karoo. I dig the bouncelands. They're perfect turn 2 plays and might help you ramp a little bit extra.

And one more thing aside from all of this! Caged Sun is, in my opinion, better than Gauntlet of Power. One extra mana for blocking out my opponents feels worth it.

Niko9 on Syr Gwyn, Hero of Smashvale

1 year ago

Looks like a really fun deck, because yep, who doesn't love equips and knights? I've actually been thinking about a deck like this since eldraine and this seems like a really nice build.

What do you think about Crackdown Construct? With your 0 equips on knights it can go infinite. I've usually seen it done with Shuko but the fact that your commander can do it might be good. Also works with Lightning Greaves which can also be a killer with Leonin Shikari that can effectively give your whole board shroud or not shroud whenever you want.

And it may just be a personal fav of mine, but I do really like Sejiri Shelter  Flip as a land, a spell to save your creatures from removal, or as a way to get your big voltron creature straight through blockers.

Just a few odd thoughts I had, and I like this list : )

Beebles on Kangee's Flying Circus ($50 Budget)

1 year ago

I really like this deck! A well rounded, thematic budget build. Well done.

The area I see some room for improvement is in your interaction package. It’s a bit light. However, your land base has enough room to get some more interaction pieces in there. Scavenger Grounds for graveyard hate and something like Field of Ruin or Ghost Quarter to deal with problematic lands. Kabira Takedown  Flip can be another creature removal option and Sejiri Shelter  Flip can be a protection piece or a way to make a threat unblockable.

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