"We won't sit like lazy gob-slugs waiting for death to come to us. We'll bring death, shiny sharp, to our enemies." - Krenko, mob boss
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Quote from Squirtle_Squad »Have you tried warren instigator ? it can get up to 2 goblins on the field at once.
Quote from Fixius »Why not play nevinyrral's disk , Karn liberated, Ugin the spirit dragon,Perillous vault,all is dust, Spine of ish sah in this deck.
these cards are very powerful and makes it harder to controlling deck. It's easy to control krenko, mob boss for the opponent. The opponent play a enchantement or Linvala, Keeper of Silence or Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite or ghostly prison or pithing needle. We must be capable of destroying.
Quote from Fixius »Thank you for your answer. That's very good.
I think krenko, mob boss is not always quick in the early game. With gauntlet of power or gauntlet of might it's easier to cast Karn/Ugin/Spine/Dust.
My méta is very control. I don't want to play combo with krenko, mob boss. I try to build a deck that will be competitive and not necessary always quick.
Karn liberatedis very good against the deck reanimator.
I look at the advantage with a quick deck or midrange.
Quote from Fixius »I see you play price of glory. Is it good ? I think I add in my deck ...
Quote from Fixius »Treasonous Ogre is it good in this deck ?
Is it change de game ? Our casting coast is not very high ?
Quote from Crowned »Great "Primer" so far. The card explanation tab is done really well and is exactly what I was looking for.
Your deck is almost a budget brew, if you ignore the Cavern of Souls it costs me around 120 Euro - pretty decent for a well rounded and synergistic deck.
And while the Cavern of Souls THE tribal staple, it might not always be necessary for kitchen table commander, but highly recommended.
Most Krenko decks I have seen previously were focused on the attacking part and it seemed that most creators haven't given it too much thought - putting in any anthem they can find and not caring about CMC and ramp.
When you playtest those decks almost anything is a bad draw.
Since I learnt playing magic with a goblin deck, I started to understand very early that brute force and single creatures aren't always everything. Thanks for this, I am thinking of just buying this list completely and get going.
Quote from Crowned »Great! More stuff to read.
What are your thoughts on Tuktuk Scrapper over Goblin Replica?
The ability cost of Replica is way too high, and I don't see the benefit.
You put it in because it's tutorable if you need it? In that particular case Scrapper is way better.
AND if you're tutoring Scrapper with Moggcatcher, you get reduced mana cost. #value
Quote from Crowned »Odd idea: Exotic Orchard and Tin Street Hooligan might work, since green is one of the most played edh colors.
Quote from Hunding Gjornersen »
Hammer of Purphoros is another haste enabler. Pretty much an upgrade over Fervor, though it is vulnerable to artifact removal.Urabrask the Hidden is pretty spendy at 3RR but the effect is correspondingly more powerful. It would make sense to prioritize cheap haste effects in a combo deck, though.Rings of Brighthearth copies Krenko's ability and about a thousand other things.Scrying Sheets needs to be accompanied by the replacement Mountain -> Snow-Covered Mountain, but it's basically a free-roll in a monochrome deck with so many basics.Speaking of basics, you could possibly cut a few without hurting your consistency. Haunted Fengraf and Buried Ruin help to squeeze a little more value out of your lands, and they come into play untapped.
Quote from imjinki »What cards would you take out in order to fit in Gamble and Blood Moon?
Do you think Magus of the Moon and Wheel of Fortune deserved a slot in the deck?