For these, we run: All of these creatures give us some benefit when they die, and all of their abilities will trigger twice when Teysa is on the board. They do nothing on their own, but if you have anything else that triggers off of creatures dying, you can trigger it infinite times. Articles and comments are user-submitted and do not represent official endorsements of this site. We'll play Teysa around the time we expect our creatures to start dying for value, or it's possible to play her just to get some token vigilance/lifelink value if we have nothing else to do. fizzles, and your I've never lost a game when I've gotten Elenda to 10+ power. If you're facing a lot of creature decks, you'll have a good time, but even if you aren't, this deck is self-sufficient enough to remain unhindered. Explanation: It's lacking any early ramp or card draw. I'd like to hear some differing opinions on the new cards. Against heavily disruptive control decks, you may find yourself in this position more than otherwise. You should be pretty safe subbing in a cheap card if its effect is similar to another expensive card. (100 cards, 85 distinct) - Scrubland, Cabal Coffers, Teferi's Protection, Bitterblossom, Ancient Tomb, Marsh Flats, Land Tax I once had to Anguished Unmaking it. Eyeblight Cullers: These guys provide tokens, but 5 mana is too much for an effect like this. For 4/5 mana, we're already doing much more powerful things like exiling permanents with Archon of Justice or doubling up our creatures with Luminous Broodmoth or Nightmare Shepherd. Darkest Hour: This card combos with Teysa, Orzhov Scion, allowing for infinite death triggers with a separate sac outlet. 's LTB trigger will activate, allowing you to return She can stack a lot with Teysa in this case. He doesn't stack with Teysa since his death trigger requires you to exile the dying creature, and since you can't exile it twice, no doubling. Mana bases are always very subjective and depend on a lot of personal factors such as feeling toward taplands, reliance on basics, or generally how much one cares. It can definitely help us win the game if it can let us eclipse our opponents in value, but it can be a double-edged sword. For example, Angel + Pawn of Ulamog yields 2 tokens when your creature dies and an additional spirit when the other token dies. those are obvious mulligans. , and then finally, to sac himself. If you have a draw trigger, such as For these, we run: We have a lot of interaction with our opponents' boards, and I oftentimes find myself as THE person the group is looking to when something needs to be removed. Elenda, the Dusk Rose: A death trigger that triggers off of our dead creatures to make more creatures to trigger death triggers. I choose not to play it since that right scenario is more uncommon in this deck. Nov. 8, 2020, Lands from Zendikar Rising — With these other combos, Teysa might make them a bit better, but she's otherwise unnecessary. The primary gameplan and archetype of this deck is aristocrats⁠—a "death engine" of killing creatures, getting value, playing more creatures, and draining our opponents' life. We'd rather not see them in our starting hand. Angel can trigger off of other tokens, and shepherd doesn't double with Teysa, so keep that in mind. Reveillark The Mystic Remoras – The Mystic Remoras cEDH Stream #5, Game 2 Tazri VS Omnath VS Selvala VS Zur. Against ramp, just hope they don't ramp too much. triggers its LTB effect, allowing you to return TWO creatures with power 2 or less to the battlefield. are usually somewhat tricky to get on the field at the same time, as they're both five mana cards, plus you'd have to draw them first. The Best Wincons Ranked in Order of Consistency: Zulaport Cutthroat, Blood Artist, and Cruel Celebrant: This is our most consistent kill since we have three of these guys and will likely have a lot of creatures. Reveillark Butcher of Malakir and Priest of Forgotten Gods are good for this. We play a lot of tokens, creatures that don't care about dying, and creature recursion, so we don't care much if our opponents kill our creatures or force us to sacrifice them. Teysa Budget Teysa Budget Teysa Budget: ZeLeN 19 tix $ 49 Teysa, Orzhov Scion Teysa, Orzhov Scion Teysa, Orzhov Scion: Nevada_1111 113 tix $ 1,750 Teysa revamped Teysa revamped Teysa revamped: Anonymous 74 tix $ 274 Teysa Teysa Teysa: HerbBerb 95 tix $ 506 sacrifice deck sacrifice deck sacrifice deck: Polo555 70 tix $ 266 So far, none of the cards jump out at me as auto-includes other than Vault of Champions, but some have come close. July 20, 2020, Minor Updates — The only reason why artist is played over these anyway is because of its lower mana cost, so these will do fine. Teysa Karlov | Magic: The Gathering | Collectable Card Games, mtg | If a creature dying causes a triggered ability of a permanent you control to trigger, that ability triggers an additional time. I have a feeling he'll end up being one of the most hated cards from the set with that ticking time bomb of an ultimate. This site © 2020, LLC Would like to see a clash of the Orzhov Family :blush: Read more . It even allows for some Razaketh, the Foulblooded chaining that I get into in the combo section. Save your removal for the cards that are actually a threat to our strategy, rather than throwing it willy-nilly. Teysa_Karlov Registered User; Member for 7 years, 10 months, and 22 days Last active Fri, Nov, 13 2020 14:45:26; 1 Follower; 2,109 Total Posts; 1231 Thanks If you end up in a locked board state, it's not impossible. Please comment below and let us know your thoughts! Liliana, Dreadhorde General Most importantly, it's not the type of gameplay I want for this deck. Simply have both creatures on the board, sac Her second ability grants Lifelink and Vigilance to all of our tokens. For the uninitiated, there are three main pieces to assemble in order to play an aristocrats theme: We need a sac outlet (ideally a free and repeatable one), a creature we WANT to sac, and something with an ability that will trigger when we sac the creature. Reveillark in RNA, I knew I wanted to build around her. More importantly, the great discussion on this page has made it become a forum for theory-crafting and general information on Teysa or any aristocrats commanders. Orzhov . "If a creature dying causes a triggered ability of a permanent you control to trigger, that ability triggers an additional time." With a separate sac outlet though, this would also allow us to make infinite death triggers. Yahenni, Undying Partisan, Martyr's Cause, or any other sac outlets can sub for Ashnod's Altar or Phyrexian Altar; however, I highly recommend playing at least ashnod's. July 17, 2019. are all great combo pieces but not the kind of combo pieces that work with most of our deck. It's great in starting hands since you know you'll have it eventually, but don't actually play it until you know you can get value out of it. New Teysa provides us with several things, all of which we want. This is the strings of infinite combos that Teysa allows to be pulled off, with the exception of the 2 combos outlined in red, those use a different card that can be ran in the 99 that can bu used in place of Teysa. Toxic Deluge: Good early vs fast creature decks. Vindictive Vampire Mana Makers: Cards that can make mana infinitely when creatures die, so Pawn of Ulamog, Sifter of Skulls, Pitiless Plunderer, Phyrexian Altar, and Ashnod's Altar. Since almost all of our creatures have death-triggers, the 1/1s he spawns will also have those death triggers. Carrier Thrall or really any 2 drop that makes tokens when dying can sub for Hangarback Walker. Their If you happen to clear your browser's cache, they will revert to their defaults. , and by all means, if you find yourself wanting for more of these effects, feel free to run it instead of something else. This deck is on a semi-budget, so you will notice that the land base isn't optimal, and I'm missing some powerful artifacts and tutors such as Yawgmoth, Thran Physician + Liliana, Dreadhorde General: You won't often find yourself using Yawg's proliferate, but this is one of the rare scenarios where you will. That being said, I'll dive into an explanation of how my version of Teysa works. For example, an ability that triggers “whenever you sacrifice a creature” triggers only once. This is a good hand. The only way for them to prevent this combo once you have it assembled is either through graveyard hate or a counter on one of the pieces while you're assembling it. With Teysa on board, each provides 3 creatures. If you're encountering too much grave hate in your meta, run more removal. I recommend playing at least 20 of them. If you have any questions, suggestions, tips, or if you feel I should have covered something that I didn't, please comment below and I'll do my best to answer. Kokusho, the Evening Star: With this once-banned card's death trigger happening twice now, it drains the table for 10 each and giving us usually 30+ life. He's faster than hart though and helps refill your hand when he dies. Nightmare Shepherd + Creature with Death Trigger: Shepherd stacks really well with other death triggers since he'll bring the creature back to have it's trigger happen again. Early, they're amazing. I once cast this spell to steal It That Betrays and Keldon Firebombers at the same time. Any choices made on resolution, such as whether to pay a cost for that triggered ability, are also made separately. And that is essentially my guide for the deck. If you do get the ult off, you'll win 99.9% of the time. Ramp is good early in general, but especially in this deck. or a card with a similar effect is on board, in order to essentially burn all of our opponents to death, one damage at a time. We will begin to play cards that make tokens like Elenda, the Dusk Rose and Requiem Angel with large payoffs like Razaketh, the Foulblooded and Dictate of Erebos. Sol Ring: The best early ramp in the deck. As you might notice, many of these ramp cards play into our sacrifice theme, which is great for this deck. MTG Muddstah 67,122 views. We should be using our resources to their full extent to slow our opponents while we search for a way to win if we haven't already. targeting , and Often we can draw massive amounts of cards, drain our opponents for a lot of life, or make an army of tokens from only a few permanents. For example, when a creature you control dies with Promise of Bunrei out, you can sacrifice it, but Teysa also allows you to sacrifice it. Contact | Cards like these only combo with just a few things and don't really help our engine. The first thing that comes to mind is to find creatures that have death triggers that we can abuse. It also recommends a very good cheap artifact based ramp package in addition to card draw and ways to keep the engine running. abilities, you can start to draw some hate, so be wary of that. Pillow fort, stuff like Ghostly Prison and No Mercy are also quite good agaist tokens.If the aggro player is going tall like voltron, sacrifice is actually really good, and you may want more. Since you can't sacrifice it twice, you only get 4 tokens. We don't need a million to attain value with Teysa and can often be content with just a couple on board, especially those that draw us cards. I'm going to continue looking into these and other cards from the set. This deck is actually very flexible; most aristocrats are interchangable as well as the manabase. Themes Aristocrats Lifegain Tokens Sacrifice Spirit … Tokens You'll still see a hit to your winrate, but it's all you can do. MTG Commander EDH Narset, Enlightened Master 100 Cards Custom Deck R/W/U. Custom Handmade Teysa Karlov proxies made from real Magic the Gathering card with many different alternated arts available for purchase. Teysa’s effect doesn’t copy the triggered ability; it just causes the ability to trigger twice. Carrion Feeder However, the cheap ramp is quite a bit worse when you play it late-game when you're behind, so make sure to have it for the early turns when it matters more. June 28, 2020, Minor Updates — This annoying message will go away once you do. Land ramp early, is very good for setting up later, but unfortunately we have to settle for hart since we don't have green. All of the above cards will have their activated ability trigger twice when Teysa is on board, which can be abused very easily. Named after the card, This is only one of them. This doesn't necessarily mean they're bad or worse than the cards currently in the deck and some I would even recommend running depending on your play style. Karmic Guide Liliana, Dreadhorde General: Lili's ult doesn't come in too often, but it only takes 4 turns, or less with Yawgmoth, Thran Physician. Knight of the White Orchid and Wayfarer's Bauble: Like burnished hart, these two provide priceless land ramp in non-green. Karmic Guide EDIT: Vault is more consistent than reflecting pool and orchard. And finally, we want cards that do something when one of our creatures die, for which we run: These are generally the strongest abilities in the deck, and it is usually through these abilities that we will win the game. to sac Oct. 27, 2020, New Aristocrat Leaked | Commander Legends — Grave Pact and Dictate of Erebos: Delivering some justice for our dead creatures is always welcome, especially when they're sacrificing two creatures for our one. An ability that triggers on an event that causes a creature to die doesn’t trigger twice. I think this is a hand where citadel doesn't hurt. 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Many of this deck's interactions rely on your knowledge of more obscure rules. I will try to cover a few that I need to get a word in for. Most of the other updates are simple optimization, with Mana Crypt and Mana Vault replacing Orzhov Signet and Talisman of Hierarchy, Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx replacing a Swamp, Vindicate replacing Mortify, and Cartel Aristocrat replacing Bloodflow Connoisseur. Just keep in mind that Teysa was not counted toward the price of the deck due to her ~$4 price tag at the time of the video's making (which is a lot for a single card in a $25 deck). is a slightly less reliable way to set up this combo, as it requires you to have some form of creature recursion to play From what I can tell, Teysa Karlov isn't the most pushed commander competitively and likely won't be able to compete with the top tier cEDH decks out there. In response, you can use your The other reason I think this particular combo is the strongest in the deck is because it is VERY easy to tutor. The best way to use it is by sacking as many creatures as you can for death triggers on each opponent's turn. With all that homicide worth and minion help, I feel she'll make a stable guild c This will require TappedOut.js included in your blog. Attention! Sac Outlet + Living Death: Normally, living death will kill your board and bring back your graveyard, but if you have a sac outlet, you can kill your board first to bring it all back. She has kick-ass art. This sets you up to combo off next turn (or even the same turn if you have the mana), by simply casting These cards are some of the best in the deck. Terms of Use | However, you do need to be careful with Then as my immediate meta is more on the competative side (Dereti, Breakfast Hulk, Tasigur, etc.) Yosei, the Morning Star: This card is an incredible death trigger that can completely shut down an opponent if doubled. Sifter of Skulls, Pawn of Ulamog, and Pittiless Plunderer: Mana is a scarce resource, so having at least one of these guys out is almost mandatory. My goal is for this deck to be as competitive as possible, and as such, I'm constantly making tweaks and adjustments to make getting those victories even easier. An ability that triggers when a creature “leaves the battlefield” will trigger twice if that creature leaves the battlefield by dying. Attention! Copied to clipboard. I don't play them cause I opt for a more casual experience, but if my meta was super ramp-heavy, I'd consider them more. has been one of my favorite characters in the MTG universe since I first got into the game years ago. Just don't go crazy with it until you have enough mana to actually play the cards you draw. If we've successfully survived the early game into the mid game through proper control, then it's time for us to try to win the game! Free shipping. Token Makers: Cards that can make tokens infinitely when creatures die, so Nightmare Shepherd, Requiem Angel, Sifter of Skulls, Pawn of Ulamog. They are replaced with cards that provide us better utility, including Dark Ritual, Cabal Ritual, and Enlightened Tutor. If you're doing fine with card advantage, tutor for a combo piece you need instead. Having to sacrifice our entire board to get the creatures back is asking a lot. Grim Haruspex Even if they end up being a glorified Doomed Traveler, we can't really complain. Butcher of Malakir is a great sub for either Grave Pact or Dictate of Erebos. Prophecy and reaper are the best to play early because if prophecy's harder to kill and reaper at least cycles if he dies. The two main combo lines either require Nether Traitor or Reassembling Skeleton to go infinite. Even without Teysa, sacking creatures in response to his trigger allows for some shenanigans. Land (36) Planeswalker (1) Enchantment (9) Artifact (9) Sorcery (6) Instant (6) Creature (32) View As commander As card Average deck. Playing them early alone won't usually attract any removal either, so they're a pretty safe keep. They're expensive though and an old combo that everyone sees coming. One sacrifice with In a heavier reanimation build, I could see it working. into our graveyard. Mortify "The Gruul embrace all things poisonous and living in the cracks of society." The reason for this is that I want to be playing with and getting value out of Teysa herself as much as possible. , with its ability, and then you have an infinite sac engine, provided you have a sac outlet. The deck doesn't have enough support for a land destruction package, but you can bring in more artifact ramp to outspeed them. $39.99. Now that Commander Legends has fully been revealed, I've been evaluating the cards for this deck. Privacy statement | Cabal Coffers: It's pretty bad unless you have at least 3 swamps. Fortunately, we can play a turn 4 Kokusho with Ancient Tomb and Fellwar Stone, so at least it has that. I want to be playing and winning with aristocrats, so no matter the power level of some combos, if they're not aristocrats, I probably won't play them. Usually someone is playing a non-creature based deck though. Oct. 1, 2019, Vilis + Early Eldraine — Sack fodder that's good to develop early: Nether Traitor, Reassembling Skeleton, Hangarback Walker, Doomed Traveler, Hunted Witness, Pawn of Ulamog, Ministrant of Obligation, Elenda, the Dusk Rose, Recruiter of the Guard, and Ranger of Eos. Final Parting Tokens do enter the graveyard for a brief second after the die, before they disappear. $57.99. Requiem Angel: The angel is special since she triggers off our other token-creatures. This gives us a lot of breathing room and makes playing with life-costing cards a lot smoother. Naturally, upon seeing Teysa Karlov in RNA, I knew I wanted to build around her. If the token deck is too much of a problem, or multiple opponents are playing token strategies, I'd take them out. Bolas's Citadel: It's almost as good a necro but even harder to cast. Scheming Symmetry comes in to replace Diabolic Tutor, not necessarily because it is better, but because it is a cheaper tutor and it has an interesting political side to it that could potentially help remove a threat on the board that we might not necessarily be able to ourselves. on board, your combo is almost impossible to remove, and this is why: Say your opponent targets your Sac outlet (we'll say Diabolic Tutor or Beseech the Queen in for Vampiric Tutor or Demonic Tutor. Use these creatures and tokens as sacrifices to make mana with altars, to force our opponents to sac their creatures with Grave Pact, etc. Infinite Combo Grim Haruspex, Dark Prophecy, and Midnight Reaper: These guys need creatures to get running, but when you inevitably get creatures, they'll usually be able to refuel your hand adequately so you can get more creatures and ramp.

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