In all The Mimeoplasm's Deck I've seen, there is one Card sorely missing: Phyrexian Dreadnought. For 1 Mana, you get a 12/12 into the yard (great for the 'Plasm) AND you can sac it really profitable to Fling, Greater Good and other things that care about the Power/Toughness of the sacced Creature.
You've read that correctly:Make any type of token that isn't a Spirit.Sacrifice, block, attack into certain doom, or otherwise exchange these assorted non-Spirit tokens for desirable things.Profit with a newer, flightier army.Now add a sacrifice outlet (say Altar of Dementia) and Conspiracy, set to anything other than Spirit. Pow! Welcome to the world of arbitrarily large, controlled loops. Have fun!
Now add a sacrifice outlet (say Altar of Dementia) and Conspiracy, set to anything other than Spirit. Pow! Welcome to the world of arbitrarily large, controlled loops. Have fun!
I'd be worried about using tokens with tribal effects like this because of the bookkeepping. I have a Ghave deck, but I've only played it once and I'm not playing it again until I can get around to reducing the confusion somehow, because I threw in a bunch of unique token-generators in there. Spawnwrithe, Hornet Queen, Nacatl War-Pride, etc. To keep track of tokens, I usually use just use glass beads or dice with a certain face up, but that isn't enough information sometimes. Which tokens marked "1" are simple Saprolings, which are Pegasi or Spirits with flying, and which are Hornets with flying and deathtouch? Which tokens marked "2" are vanilla Zombies and which are Spawnwrithes? Yes, I've saved all my token cards from opening boosters, but that doesn't cover half the token types out there. (We generally keep the tokens on or by the cards that created them, but sometimes they should be in different zones...)
I've now got another EDH deck which happens to include some token-making, and I consciously kept all of it to either 1/1s with flying, or 2/2 vanilla creatures, and there's nothing that cares about the creature types of either. Personally, I'd suggest doing something like that unless you somehow manage to keep ALL your token generation to stuff that matches token cards.
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192884403 wrote:surely one can't say complex conditional passive language is bad grammar ?
Perhaps im playing by different rules, but how are you playing with Revielark in a Kresh, the Bloodbraided EDH deck?