I took AhornDelfin's Praxis Tokens list and modified it to better suit my own playstyle and to (hopefully) better handle what I was playing against.
The Justice splash is mostly for Stand Together
, but I went ahead and added two Vanquish
to help deal with mid to late game threats and Copperhall Cudgel
to help beef up one of my own threats while adding a bit of resiliency against the likes of Harsh Rule
and Lightning Storm
. Stand Together of course helps defensively, but it's also a permanent half of Rally
. Spark Hatcher
is a bit more insurance against board wipes, while still being a decent body.
I went with Talir's Choice
over Arcanum Monitor
because its value is less reliant on the board state. Topdecking a Monitor with an empty board feels really bad, but at the very least Choice gains you two life and two 1/1s for 5 rather than a single 1/1. On the other hand, topdecking Choice with a full or near-full board is two damage to the other player and a Rally rather than an unfulfilled Obelisk. Of course, past that first turn Monitor is better so your mileage or preferences may vary.
I dropped Temple Scribe
, Talir's Favored
, and Praxis Displacer
because they rarely did what I wanted them to do. Scribe draws a card, yes, but his body isn't great and most of the other cards in the deck are almost worth two cards anyway. Favored was dropped for almost the same reason. She chumps well and ensures you hit power drops, but that's about it and with a soft cap of 5FTTJ and all the power dorks I'm running, she hasn't felt necessary. Displacer is great tempo if you can bounce a blocker, but I'd rather Vanquish/Torch it for good or Rally through it.
I went with Granite Monument[cardover Amber Monument
, because I value the surprise via charge more than the overwhelm or bigger butt.
All Waystones all the time, because I'm not running any Seeks or Favors so the incidental value is strictly better.
Take all of this with a grain of salt, of course. I'm at best a mediocre player and at best a terrible deckbuilder.