Definitely does make a lot of tokens. And a lot of mana. With the massive amount of draw in the deck, I very rarely felt like I was making more mana than I knew what to do with. That mostly only happened with Smothering Tithe on the table, because that card is bonkers. I did throw in a Comet Storm as an easy win con for when I have a ton of mana, that can be found off of either Spellseeker or Mystical Tutor, and can be cast solely off spirits if necessary.
Also, with the mass of tokens I was making, I decided I wanted a little more support for them, so I threw in an Intangible Virtue and a Divine Visitation. Made a few more changes to the deck too, to remove some stuff I was underwhelmed by or to fix some holes.
You're right about them being basically free whenever I've got Kykar on the table, but I found that after the first game people started to realize I shouldn't be allowed to keep Kykar on the table. Without Kykar on the table, they're very low impact cards. I may squeeze one or two of the better ones in at some point, I dunno.Quote from Rosy Dumplings »I’m kind of surprised that you aren’t using all of the red 1-mana cantrips to burn through your deck, seeing as Kykar basically makes them free.
crash through, crimson wisps, dragon mantle, expedite, overmaster, renegade tactics, and warlord’s fury would all work for this purpose and effectively lower the amount of cards in your deck, promoting consistency.