A token effort

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Populate seems so cludgey that I am not really all that fond of it. I also really like to keep my token decks in either red for kuldotha rebirth or in black for bitterblossom or lingering souls.

Trying to use it as intended though, can anyone improve on this list?

4 doomed traveler
4 Tukatongue Thallid
4 gather the townsfolk
4 raise the alarm
2 Rhys the Redeemed
2 Trostani, Selesnya's Voice

4 swords to plowshares
4 intangible virtue
2 sundering growth
2 overrun
2 rancor
1 wurmcalling
1 Ooze Garden

4 plains
4 forest
4 Temple Garden
4 Sunpetal Grove
4 Razorverge Thicket
4 Selesnya Sanctuary

You are Red/Blue!
You are Red/Blue!
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If your creature tokens are mainly 1/1 creatures without abilities, then you're definitely ~not~ using populate as intended.. You would have to play cards that care about 1/1 creature tokens like Sigil Captain or cards that care about your token's quantity instead of their quality..
You are Red/Blue!
You are Red/Blue!
Take The Magic Dual Colour Test - Beta today!
Created with Rum and Monkey's Personality Test Generator.
You are both rational and emotional. You value creation and discovery, and feel strongly about what I create. At best, you're innovative and intuitive. At worst, you're scattered and unpredictable.
Their mana costs are probably too high for this deck, and you don't have enough targets for blinking effects..
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