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Artifact — Equipment
Equipped creature gets +1/+0.
Equip (0) ((0): Attach to target creature you control. Equip only as a sorcery.)
5 months ago
Equip abilities can only be activated as sorceries (in other words, during your main phase and if the stack is empty), so no. See the reminder text on... Pretty much any equipment that has reminder text. Bone Saw , Shuko , Fleetfeather Sandals , etc. Some equipment like Cranial Plating , however, have additional activated abilities without the sorcery-speed restriction in addition to their equip abilities. Also, if you had a creature like Brass Squire with an instant-speed activated ability, you could pull this off. And of course, Leonin Shikari explicitly gets rid of this restriction.
6 months ago
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7 months ago
8 months ago
Since you're running Crackdown Construct ...why not add Lightning Greaves or Shuko ? Attach to Crackdown for 0, triggering Crackdown's +1 +1 trigger; attach to another creature for 0, re-attach to Crackdown again for 0 for another +1 +1 counter...on and on and on for an infinitely large body.
1 year ago
I can physically test this build. I have the cards. (lol) Though I'd like to see you expand on this with some other Equipments. Though only a few of them have Equip cost like Grafted Wargear, Lightning Greaves, Shuko and Umbral Mantle. Maybe even some Living Weapons, though I don't think any of them have haste.
1 year ago
First of all, thank you for your interest and help. Mikaeus was there until yesterday, but I am always changing and testing the changes. I took the Mikaeus out for the Flickering Ward and an extra Beacon of Destiny. So thats what you would take out in order to add Mikaeus.
Regarding the Shaman en-Kor combo: the shaman has a zero-cost ability; once Daru Spiritualist is out, you can target a cleric with the shaman ability an “infinite” number of times, and every single time the targeted cleric will gain +0/+2 (read Darus static ability); Oracle rules state that the Shaman ability may target a cleric, and thus redirect damage, even is no damage was previouly done to him (“prior to damage being dealt”); the Oracle rules also says that the shaman can redirect damage to itself - http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=397648
The same trick works with Shuko: the equipment of a cleric with Shuko is considered as an ability of which a cleric has been targeted. Shuko has two advantages but also two inconveniences when compared to Shaman en-Kor:
Disadvantages: - you will need the Shuko in the battlefield and 2 Clerics to equip back and forth, in order to target them back and forth with that equipment; - you will only be able to equip a cleric back and fourth as a sorcery, that is, during your turn. It is thus not useful to boost a clerics defense to block an attacker.
I am considering adding one or two more shamans and dropping one shuko.
1 year ago
Hi Se7enfoot... Thanks for your comment on my B/W Clerics deck.
I have several suggestions for your deck, but before I present to you let me first address your comment.
Although your deck is B/W like the one you commented on, they meant to be different. Yours is a hybrid between life-gain deck and an aggro deck. Mine is meant to be exclusively aggro.
I have a hybrid life-gain aggro cleric deck, white the Daru Spiritualist and Shuko combo, but it is mono-white - have a look : http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/protection-clerics/?cb=1532856807.
Now, about my suggestions:
I noticed that you only have four one-mana creatures, coincidentally the Dark Supplicant only. That means that you'll never be able to have Scion of Darkness in the second turn. I would advise to add four one-mana clerics, like Mother of Runes or Soul Warden.
I don't see the use of Mikaeus, the Lunarch in a sacrificial deck. Instead, the sacrifices would acvtivate the morbid ability of Skirsdag High Priest. I would advise them instead. Plus, they are cheaper. In a way...
The Doomed Necromancer is nice, especially if you want to bring back again a Dark Supplicant and invoke another Scion of Darkness. But if you only have a Scion of Darkness, it is of no use. Put two Scion of Darkness, and one less Doomed Necromancer. Notice that the cost of the Scion of Darkness cycling ability is the same as Doomed Necromancer... so if you ever do not need the Scion in hand, just cycle it...
21 lands are not enough lands. I accept minimum 23 lands in a deck, but 24 seems the most adequate. Now, you have 21 lands, where one of them (Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth) gives no mana whatsoever. So, effectively, you have 20 lands. I would replace Urborg with two more useful lands.
1 year ago
A set of Mutavault looks great here:
- Increases threat density while only taking up land slots.
- They get pumped by Armament Master.
- They're colourless bodies for Ghostfire Blade.
You have plenty of basics. A set of colourless lands won't cause much harm. Going up to 22 lands would be ideal.
Shuko seems crazy efficient for this deck. It allows any of your Kor's equipped abilities to be active for no additional costs, and can be freely reequipped as needed.
While he's a clunky 4-drop that doesn't aid with the Equipment plan, I feel it's worth mentioning Ajani, Adversary of Tyrants. Your deck's low cost creatures gives his -2 ability plenty of targets to choose from for reestablishing a threat on the table.
Probably not terrible as a 2-of if you're ever looking for late game top-end against the slower decks.
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