Shalai, Voice of Plenty
Legendary Creature — Angel
You, planeswalkers you control, and other creatures you control have hexproof.
: Put a +1/+1 counter on each creature you control.
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Shalai, Voice of Plenty Discussion
1 week ago
I would suggest adding more ramp and mana rocks. Things like Thran Dynamo, Armillary Sphere, Boros Signet, or Boros Locket would be really good here as you are in Boros. Smothering Tithe would be ideal, but it's rather pricey. I would also put in more removal. Generous Gift, Path to Exile, and Swords to Plowshares are all great options. Molten Disaster and Earthquake would be good board wipes as you do have a lot of flying. Also, is Shalai, Voice of Plenty legal in this deck? She has green in her text. Overall, solid deck for something that you must have just thrown together.
1 month ago
abby315, thanks for commenting. Averna is already in the deck. I have her in the Cascade category.
While you're here, though, I've been wracking my brain trying to fit Padeem, Consul of Innovation, Shalai, Voice of Plenty and Privileged Position into here, and trying to decide what to cut for them. Lotus Bloom is a prime candidate. It's really in there for the sake of it coming up on a cascade, but it rarely does. What's your opinion? What else should I cut?
2 months ago
No problem! For other cards that fit the synergy, I'd take a look at cards used in Shalai, Voice of Plenty decks. Same colors and counter synergies. Shalai herself is a great include for protection on your combo turn if you're using creatures.
The other thing I'd recommend if you want to go the creature-combo route is Concordant Crossroads and Thousand-Year Elixir. Great includes to combo out on one turn, and both fetchable with Enlightened Tutor. Have fun!
2 months ago
This rocks I've always been a fan of arcades, it a fun commander, iv considered building a deck with him many times, one thing to consider tho is that his play style revolves around building up walls then bringing him out to swing with said walls, so this means everyone that starts seing you cast 7/7's for effectively 3 mana or so are going to start targeting your commander first so adding in some extra protection for him is key, some cards to consider are staples like Swiftfoot Boots, or Lightning Greaves, your in white and green so Shalai, Voice of Plenty is a great option or if your not concerned about mana costs Avacyn, Angel of Hope is also great, another thing to consider is that your in blue as well so some countermagic could come in handy like classic Counterspell, or something a little more broad like Counterbalance, just some food for thought :), good luck
2 months ago
Hello all! I have a handful of cards I'm looking to part with. I'm planning to list them on TCG player at the end of the week, but figured I'd give everyone here first crack at them. It's mostly little stuff, but there are a pair of reserved list cards in pretty good condition I'm planning to part with.
I can take payment through PayPal, and shipping is covered in all purchases. Generally, I'll ship under $30 in an envelope, and $30+ in a bubble mailer with tracking. Prices should generally be about 10% below the cheapest card of similar condition I found when I pulled them from TCG, but if I'm off, feel free to let me know! I've noted condition for the more expensive stuff and am happy to provide pictures, though generally everything on this list is NM.
- Yawgmoth's Will: NM/LP condition, priced at $120 (~ $15 less than the cheapest LP I found on TCG)
- Wheel of Fortune: LP/MP, priced at $160 (~ $15 less than the cheapest MP I found on TCG)
- Shalai, Voice of Plenty: $3
- Whip of Erebos: $3
- Thousand-Year Storm: $3.50
- Ob Nixilis, Unshackled: $5
- Ashnod's Altar: $6
- Chromatic Lantern: $6
- Dictate of Erebos: $6
- Starfield of Nyx: $7
- Dragonlord Silumgar: $9
- Ob Nixilis, the Fallen: $10
- Neheb, the Eternal: $10
- Rankle, Master of Pranks: $10
- 2 Aetherflux Reservoir: $4 each, or two for $7
- 4 Cryptolith Rite: $5 each, two for $9, or all four for $16
- 2 Vanquisher's Banner: $6 each, or two for $10
Again, if you're interested, please let me know! I'm happy to adjust as the market changes, and I'll remove items from this list as they're sold. At the end of the week, I'll be posting these on TCG.
2 months ago
You and I think quite alike, it seems. Seeing how our peers have designed their decks has helped me a lot as well. :)
I've been sharing your sentiments regarding sacrifice and discard outlets. That is actually the prime reason I've added Fauna Shaman, Tortured Existence, Bontu the Glorified and Greater Good, although their effects are good on their own as well.
Targeted graveyard hate is definitely the most glaring weakness of this type of deck. I have also ruminated a lot on how to solve the Bojuka Bog problem. Like you suggest, among the most prominent inclusions are Aegis of the Gods and Leyline of Sanctity. In addition, I've also considered running Orbs of Warding, Shalai, Voice of Plenty and Sigarda, Heron's Grace. Out of these, Aegis of the Gods is the one I'm the most likely to add. I find them all a bit difficult to add to my list, however. The angels don't give you hexproof in the graveyard. They, and Leyline all cost 4 mana which is a little too pricy. Aegis has the upside of being only two mana, but I really want to try and limit the amount of creatures without keywords. I may refrain from adding it until after that time I get completely blown out by a Bojuka Bog lol.
Oh, and my favourite secret weapon is equipping Lord of Extinction with Lightning Greaves or Swiftfoot Boots and place all the keyword counters on it with Kathril. Not so subtle, but very effective. People tend to hyperfocus on the fact that Kathril is in the command zone. :)
2 months ago
Tried to make the deck a little bit more consistent and with a couple more draw and planeswalker cards. In addition, the creatures added give a bit more staying power and other abilities instead of just strictly attacking, although that's still the main mode of winning. Also went a bit more in on +1/+1 counters as well.
-1 Changeling Sentinel -1 Moonglove Changeling -1 Valiant Changeling -1 Undead Augur -1 Venom Sliver -1 King of the Pride -1 Winding Constrictor -1 Neoform -1 Tatyova, Benthic Druid -1 Vastwood Surge -1 Bloodline Keeper Flip -1 Chromatic Lantern +1 Skyshroud Claim +1 Despark +1 Oath of Ajani +1 Jiang Yanggu, Wildcrafter +1 Kaya, Ghost Assassin +1 Ashiok, Nightmare Weaver +1 Teferi, Time Raveler +1 Crystalline Crawler +1 Tendershoot Dryad +1 Twilight Prophet +1 Sanctum Seeker +1 Shalai, Voice of Plenty
3 months ago
rkjunior, Mox Diamond would be the best choice. Also, I’m actually thinking about adding Strip Mine, finally, since I removed both Armageddon and Ravages of War. I still want some way to remove lands. I personally like Ashaya, Soul of the Wild, but it is a flex card for me and can be replaced with something better down the road. So I feel you’ll be fine without it.
Arzais, I too have a Niv-Mizzet, Parun deck I face regularly. Things I would consider to add to help would be Drannith Magistrate, Shalai, Voice of Plenty, Narset, Parter of Veils, Oko, Thief of Crowns, Teferi, Time Raveler, Teferi, Master of Time, Kenrith's Transformation and Darksteel Mutation. I’ve had huge success in shutting down Niv with such cards in the past. Hopefully you find it helpful.