The Decks Files : Green-White

Having so many decks means that it’s REALLY time consuming to keep decklists updated. Not every deck is on, and many that are have changed significantly. That said, IF YOU WANT A DECKLIST: leave a comment or send me a message and I will find time to fix, or create, the decklists on TappedOut.

Here’s the Quick Rubric I’ll use for some of the questions.

How often do I want to Play it? How “Good” is it? How much do I like it?
5=  More than once in a Row  I’d play it against “Competitive decks” or if I actually want to try to win  One of my very favorites
4=  Often  It can hold its own  I really like it
3=  Sometimes  It might win under special circumstances  It’s okay
2=  Under certain circumstances  Just for Fun  Something’s not quite right
1=  Rarely / have to be in a certain mood  Winning would be a miracle I might actually take it apart… maybe


Asmira, Holy Avenger

Commander: Trostani, Selesnya’s Voice
Name:  Selesnya GUILDTrostani, Selesnya's Voice, Magic, Return to Ravnica
Style: Guild Wars
Want to play?: 2
“Good?”: 3
Like?: 2
Deck Notes: This is another one that’s a pretty strong deck in Guild Wars.



Commander: Trostani, Selesnya’s Voice
Name:  Selesnya4LifeTrostani, Selesnya's Voice, Magic, Return to Ravnica
Style: Life Gain
Want to play? 2
“Good?”: 3
Like?: 3
Deck Notes:  This deck makes good use of Trostani’s life-gain capabilities. Several cards came out of an earlier version of Vish-Kal.  It does play the Archangel of Thune/Spike Feeder combo.  I don’t think it plays Felidar Sovereign.


Commander: Jasmine Boreal
Name:  The Maiden FairJasmine Boreal, Magic, Timeshifted
Style: Tribal
Tribe?: Knights
Want to play?: 2
“Good?”: 2
Like?: 4
Deck Notes: Jasmine Boreal is my favorite OG Legend.  I wanted to build a deck around her, but, since she’s vanilla, it was hard to think of a theme, so I decided she was the Fair Maiden for a Knight-tribal deck.  This deck is the only one I play that really uses the Swords of Stuff and Value.


Commander:Krond the Dawnclad#
Name:  Krond the Dawn-Clad, Magic, Planechase 2012
Style: Voltron/Enchantress
Want to play?
“Good?”: 3
Like?: 3
Deck Notes:  
This deck started as a Uril the Miststalker deck that I had for awhile and decided to no longer use Uril as the commander for.  It’s the WG version of Bruna in a lot of ways.  This one doesn’t tend to blow people away with commander damage as quickly though.

Commander: Lady Caleria
Name:  ARROWED!!!Lady Caleria.2
Style: Tribal
Tribe?: Archers
Want to play? 3
“Good?”: 2
Like?: 4
Deck Notes:  Archers are a super rad tribe that catch a lot of flak. Lady Caleria, however, is super expensive and not that good. The deck also has a Banding sub-theme, because Banding is a super rad ability that catches a lot of flak.


Commander: Karametra, God of Harvests
Name:  Karametra, God of Harvests, Magic, Born of the Gods
Style: All Creature
Want to play? 2
“Good?”: 4
Like?: 3
Deck Notes: This deck takes a lot of advantage of Karametra’s ability and things that untap lands. Since it’s all creatures, I can’t play Amulet of Vigor, but Stone-Seeder Hierophants work like a boss. It also loves white self-bouncing dudes. The only thing I don’t like about it is the amount of tutoring for lands that happens (which is the point of the deck, but the process is annoying)

Commander: Selvala, Explorer Returned
Name:  Selvala’s Little Pony Girl Talk Teen TimesSelvala, Explorer Returned, Magic, Conspiracy
Style: Tribal Theme
Tribe?: Horse-based creatures
Want to play? 3
“Good?”: 1
Like?: 4
Deck Notes: I imagine that Selvala’s Parley ability is getting on the old school party line and calling people up to be friends. I imagine that Selvala is basically Tina Belcher. This has basically any “playable” Pegasus, Unicorn, Centaur, or Horse creature and then global creature buffs. It is a silly deck that has no right winning games, but it’s actually come close once or twice. It has a Happy Kitten sleeve.

Commander: Asmira, Holy Avenger
Name:  Asmira, Holy Avenger, Magic, Mirage
Style: Voltron? Counters?
Want to play? 2
“Good?”: 3
Like?: 3
Deck Notes: Asimira is one of the few Rebecca Guay illustrated legends, so I had to build her. This deck tries to get the old school Enduring Renewal combo going, or find other ways to make Asmira big or play with counters.

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