The Finest Shirei, Shizo’s Caretaker EDH deck
Which style should you go with for Shirei, Shizo’s Caretaker
Before you build, you should study. Study the meta clock and you will get a strategic step ahead. Do you preper control, combo pieces or do you want to speed the game with a fast paced creature push, that will cause your enemy to quit Stabilize your deck and place your deck in the golden spot. The golden spot from control & combo-decks are the master of EDH. That said there are also more great strategies in other directions, like versatileness which is very impactfull when not playing one-on-one. Ifyou are building a Shirei, Shizo’s Caretaker deck, you need to depend on a deck synergy. It doesn’t mean that you cannot have supporting synergies. But beware not to dilute your main strategy. Sub strategies can in best case work isolated, but also as support for your primary strategy. This will take time to learn.
This are the stax for Shirei, Shizo’s Caretaker, which you don’t wanna miss
For all colour, there are some cards, which are so overpowered, that all EDH decks should have them – regardless which commander you are having. Normally green has land ramp, blue has counter spell, card draw or bounce. Red has some essential combo pieces and black got tutors. Finally white has board wipes and tokens. This was only to name a fewcards. You will also need some of the good artifacts, like Skull clamp. If you constantly pick those cards – all your edh decks will be the same and get very boring. So except if you’re playing only to win – you should mix things up every now and then and try other cards. When examining cards you should obviously look at CMC. Your manavurce I EDH, isn’t so important as in modern or legacy, but you need to possess early control or protection. If we do not consider synergy to your commander, you should consider on two parameters, when selecting cards. 1. The upper effect and 2. the undermost effect.
1. Some cards has big potential, e.g. bury all creatures and take a card for each creature that where removed this way. Other cards like a single spot removal got a obvious little upper level effect.
2. Then there’s also the lowest effect. A boardwipe has a minimum effect of zero – because there might not be any creatures on the battlefield when the spell is being played. Other cards like direct damage are more secure to play and takes effect instantly, which increases the minimum effect. Aim for a card, that performs both ways if you can. It is super strategy to have a diverce blend of cards with the two advantages, and even better to select cards, that works in both ways in some amount.
How focused should you build for a combo win con
Winning is fun. But the winning feeling can be filled with bitterness, if your enemies don’t like your winning style. Some combos are more good-natured than others. Here are some piece of advice about which combokills to avoid:
• Avoid playing two cards infinite combos, which will create instant win.
• Stop casting mass mana removal – without being able to win within few turns.
• Avoid over do on one supercombo – it’s monotonous
• Do not use a ton of tutors to look for the same combo pieces game after game
• Avoid using repeatable draw, card search and control that results a long and slowly win.
Nobody love to wait for time consuming turns. On the other hand you have tomust choose how ambitious you want to play. There’s a thin line among casual and competitive magic. Individual magic groups are often more casual. Arranged magic clubs are in the middle. Finally the competitive events, organized by companies or local shop, are the most competitive, where the casual element is lacking.
Best mana acceleration cards for Shirei, Shizo’s Caretaker
Ramp is crucial when playing tempo and also when building up for X-cards. If you don’t draw a mana acceleration card within the first 4 turns, you will lose terrain to your competants – specially if you are not the starting player. You shall mix mana acceleration cards in the range from cmc2 – CMC-four. The best land ramp cards will search for non-basic land cards and put them in to play tapped or untapped. This will break the mana-curve and let you cast bigger cards sooner. Lands on the battlefield is more safe way of ramping, instead of using artifact rocks or other mana tactics – thus that lands are more difficult to kill. When you are playing green it’s easy to get great ramp cards. If you aren’t playing green, you have to look for non-green mana ramp.
Which cards does the best magic players recommends
When you examine the decks from pro tour you will see that commander is not the used game in the EDH tour. But here we have summed up some of greatest magic cards within a long cost range. Maybe you won’t focus exclusively on the top cards, but more on the funny cards, creative suggestions, funky alternatives, and endorsements from the best players in the world.
Do you want to play to win low budget or for fun
Competition level will be a pricy affair. Casual can be a little too casual and you might wanna boost your win-rate. A low cost deck is attractive, but you can become way too low-priced and you will miss out on great cards in the middle-range and top-range. You need to find a balance that suits your need and money range.
Alternative magic cards to Shirei, Shizo’s Caretaker
MTG is a strategic card game – especially when playing Emperor. Even if you got the best commander for your EDH-deck. You might want to swich it once in a while to increase your playing experience.