Little is known about these five mighty dragons that have headlined many a Commander deck over the years, and they remain shrouded in mystery.
Quote from HansonWKNo it doesn't. Other than that, nice post, fun to read. On a side note, I've just finished my Intet Epic Experiment deck. I love the Dragons, but Intet is my favourite.
Quote from azn_cbc_1992maybe a story on the //gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Search/Default.aspx?type=+[elder">+[dragon]||subtype=+[elder]+[dragon]"]Elder Dragons
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Also, does anyone have any good decklists for the five dragons? So far I have Rith covered
Quote from LimDul945I also have a Rith list I'm quite fond of, but it doesn't really highlight the strengths of the Primeval at all. You could take a look if you want a slightly different style list.
Quote from jmdtYeah the dragons are a fun and beginner friendly cycle for sure which still being decently powerful.
Here is a link to my friend's Numot list if you'd like a decent decklist:
">Numot, the Devastator
Quote from ookiecookieI didn't even know Dromar existed. I now want to build a deck around him with maybe stuff like Azorius Aethermage and Equilibrium.
Quote from UiiInteresting read, and for sure it's offered me insight on the design purposes of the Chaos Primevals. I always considered the Chaos separate, if not 'lost' primevals aside from the originals.
Quote from King MufasaGreat read, I've always wanted to build a Rith deck. Sort of an inspiration to actually.build it now lol
Quote from rhakeeI'm glad you enjoyed it I feel that the only reason people don't like them is because they have no story line. At least, none that Wizards wrote. But that's why I like them, because they make room for your own imagination and your own stories about them (:
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Recent discussions here and elsewhere have made it clear that there seems to be a group of players who consider blue and control synonymous, as if they somehow started playing a game with four identical and "bad" colors that do nothing interesting because they just "turn men sideways" and then true, glorious blue, the only thinking person's color.
Quote from bobthefunnyYup. It doesn't change zones. It simply holds a sign up saying "I'm not here!" if anything comes looking for it.
Quote from Blinking Spirit »Quote from magickware99 »How do you achieve the state of "above being logical"?I dunno. You tell me.
Quote from magickware99 »How do you achieve the state of "above being logical"?