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What do you mean by ways to "lance" creatures?
November 30, 2020 12:14 a.m.
I feel like Changeling Outcast would be a good pairing with the Eyes. He's unblockable, like you'd expect the Evil Eye of Orms-by-Gore to be, so you can get your hits in even if your opponent is holding back blockers. Of course, you could always just run Conspiracy and turn all your guys into Eyes!
November 29, 2020 12:09 a.m.
Do you find you can often live long enough to actually cast Bruna? Seven mana seems like a tall order, especially with only 21 lands. I'm sure the Hedron Archives help, but I can't imagine you consistently cast her by turn seven.
You might have an easier time assembling Brisela by instead casting Gisela and expecting to reanimate Bruna with something like Resurrection, Breath of Life or Defy Death. That way, you could have both of your angels out by turn four or five! The mighty Brisela should be that much more difficult to deal with if she shows up early.
November 25, 2020 1:13 a.m.
Haakon players rejoice! The newcomer Netherborn Altar now doubles the number of cards that let you actually get Haakon into the game.
You might also appreciate Gravebreaker Lamia as a tutor that makes all your dead knights cheaper to replay, Cavalier of Night as a kill spell stapled to a knight, Blacklance Paragon as a combat trick you can play from your graveyard at instant speed, Liliana's Standard Bearer as repeatable card draw and Syr Konrad, the Grim as a big boy who will wear your opponent down whenever you play a knight from your graveyard, sacrifice a creature or even discard a creature... basically everything the deck wants to be doing already. Good luck with this challenging commander!
November 20, 2020 10:49 p.m.
I see you've got a lot of cards that ping your opponents when a creature dies and plenty of guys who make tokens upon death. Perfect fits for Teysa, naturally. But in the late game, you might appreciate a way to bring lots of creatures back - even briefly - as a hard-hitting finisher. Rally the Ancestors, Wake the Dead, Immortal Servitude and Return to the Ranks all fit the bill, especially if you have a sacrifice outlet on hand to immediately turn them all into life-loss. Cauldron of Souls and Pyrrhic Revival are particularly interesting, since you don't mind at all if your creatures come back with zero toughness.
November 20, 2020 9:54 p.m.
Since you're completely built around Stoic Angel, I'm surprised you aren't running more creatures with Vigilance! After all, her drawback applies to you too, meaning you can swing with a vigilant army turn after turn and save your one untap for a mana dork or whatever. There are plenty of solid budget options, including Alert Heedbonder, Tajuru Pathwarden and Taranika, Akroan Veteran. Of course, you can also just staple Vigilance onto your whole crew with something like Brave the Sands or the humble Serra's Blessing!
The other thing to consider is having a repeatable, reliable tapping effect. Bounding Krasis and Icefall Regent can tap a creature... once. But maybe something nastier shows up later - then you'd be better served by something like Icy Manipulator. Having more cards that can tap a creature on demand than just the mana-intensive Verity Circle is likely to keep your opponent down once the Angel is in play.
November 19, 2020 6:21 a.m.
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