I'd love to have a set of them for my 2C roster, especially since they're enemy ones.
If i'll actually pick them up will be a matter of price though. If they stay anywhere remotely close to the 20€ price tag they have right now i'll stay as far away from them as Trumpy Boy does from any sort of truth. Somewhere in between BBD duals and Shocks and i'll happily shop them.
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May 20, 2019NoNeedToBragoBoutIt posted a message on Cassius Marsh 5/20/19 Previews Fists of Flame and Abominable TreefolkFists of Flame makes my inner Zada, Hedron Grinder scream!Posted in: The Rumor Mill
This common is way better than any card i could've ever wished for.
May 20, 2019Posted in: Commander (EDH)
Already happened on cardmarket. Went from 5€-ish to 10€-ish for english Versions already.
Im curious, if the snow-covered lands are a sign one of the next sets/blocks will be nordic themed. Printing them in Hodern Horizon may shake up non-Standard formats a little, but helps keeping them out of Standard.
May 19, 2019Hmm, unconventional you say?Posted in: Commander (EDH)
Arjun, the Shifting Flame munches through your deck (while rearranging it) like it's nothing.
God-Eternal Kefnet is weird since you cast copies of spells you draw.
Hallar, the Firefletcher is unconventional due to the specifics of the spells you should aim to cast.
Jhoira of the Ghitu is a rather common sight but unconventional in the way she casts spells, obviously.
Kaho, Minamo Historian requires a more careful approach, but certainly is one of a kind.
Niv-Mizzet Reborn is a great charm- and commandslinger.
Noyan Dar, Roil Shaper is absolutely unusual and utilizes so many cards you won't see anywhere else.
Ramos, Dragon Engine can spiral out of control quite easily.
Rashmi, Eternities Crafter loves instants and casting them for free.
Will Kenrith (+ Rowan Kenrith) and his - ability lends himself for a storm build.
Zada, Hedron Grinder, because there's no complete Spellslinger list without this wonderful abomination.
Also, there are several conventional ones that haven't been mentioned yet:
May 16, 2019NoNeedToBragoBoutIt posted a message on Random Deck Discussion: Outcryqq - Roon of the Hidden Realms [5/19]I've been a huge fan and avid advocate of Yeva, Nature's Herald since forever, so i'm very happy to see a deck with her at the helm here!Posted in: Commander (EDH)
Aside from several good suggestions above i find the avg. CMC in combination with the "lack" of early ramp to be rather akward. Birds of Paradise i great ramp and also a fantastic flying surprise blocker in this deck. The usual 1-drop Elves wouldn't hurt anyways.
There's not a ton of disruption in the deck either. I'd consider Song of the Dryads, Lignify and the new Return to Nature from WAR.
Other than these it's a solid looking deck.
I've just included Vivien, Champion of the Wilds in both my Ezuri, Renegade Leader as well as my Mirri, Weatherlight Duelist deck and i can say she's more than "just" redundancy. Her + can make her very hard to kill and her - is classic CA, so you won't be mad drawing into her when you already have your commander out. Definite suggestion on my behalf!Quote from Hemlock »What [d]o you think about the new Vivien for a bit of redundancy?
May 16, 2019NoNeedToBragoBoutIt posted a message on Brago, King Eternal [Enchantments] [Planeswalkers] [16.05.19]In:Posted in: Multiplayer Commander Decklists
+ Kasmina, Enigmatic Mentor
+ Narset, Parter of Veils
+ Teferi, Time Raveler
- Deep Freeze
- Ghostly Flicker
- Gideon's Intervention
Brago, King Eternal has always been fantastic at using Planeswalkers multiple times a turn, but PWs with mainly - abilities but static effects of WAR are just perfect to be abused this way.
While playtesting the changes Teferi, Time Raveler appeared to be especially obnoxious when i was able to draw into him early. Bounce + CA + the static effect is just disgustingly good. Bonus points for 2/3 of the added PWs for being Sun Titan material!
May 16, 2019NoNeedToBragoBoutIt posted a message on Ezuri, Renegade Leader [Elfball] [Aggro] [16.05.19]In:Posted in: Multiplayer Commander Decklists
+ Return to Nature
+ Vivien's Arkbow
+ Vivien, Champion of the Wilds
- Caged Sun
- Creeping Renaissance
- Vanquisher's Banner
WAR was one of the first sets in a while that came with more than a single card for this deck, so i just had to get me some toys. Return to Nature is a fantastic common and strictly better than the classic Naturalize, which already is a solid card itself.
Since i'm not too fond of too many unlimited tutors per deck, Vivien's Arkbow is the perfect fit of strength and randomness. Same goes for Vivien, Champion of the Wilds' - ability, while she doubles as a second Yeva, Nature's Herald.
ps. I'm looking to include Vivien's first iteration Vivien Reid as well, but her price is currently inflated due to her being standard legal.
May 14, 2019Posted in: Commander (EDH)
Right now i have 5 Gx decks and i don't run Eternal Witness in any of them - for several reasons.
In a (Elf) tribal deck the number of slots for non-tribal creatures are scarce, some decks are so fast recursion is "too slow" or you're able to return/recast stuff directly with Reanimate/Karmic Guide/Snapcaster Mage/Mizzix's Mastery things.
The card is obviously very good and gets a lot better the more good stuff (bleh) a deck is. Personally i prefer Noxious Revival for its multi-utility and would only run it in decks, that can abuse the hell out of it, like Meren of Clan Nel Toth, Saffi Eriksdotter, Yeva, Nature's Herald, Prime Speaker Vannifar and Roon of the Hidden Realm especially.
May 11, 2019Posted in: Commander (EDH)
I've been running it since day 1 in my Traxos, Scourge of Kroog deck and it outperformed my expectations.
You're going to take damage sooner or later in the game and unless you do so while being comboed off it comes in very handy. Plus, the combo off "limitation" isn't anything to worry about necessarily. In C you're unlikely to deal with combos anyway.
Not being KOS but potentially constant CA is really neat.
Having access to colored mana makes it a lot weaker ofc.
May 8, 2019Posted in: Commander (EDH)
I think Profane Procession||Tomb of the Dusk Rose is bloody aweful.
4WWBB total just to exile the first creature is aweful already.
10WWWWBBBB are required to flip it...
12WWWWWBBBBB ... to get a single one of the exiled creatures back at a time is an utter joke.
I mean, with infinite mana you can exile all creatures before it flips then return them one by one. That has to be one of the "fairest" and most Timmy-esque things to with infinite mana, though.
You know a card with activated abilities is bad, if Rings of Brighthearth doesn't really make it better.
May 7, 2019Posted in: Commander (EDH)
Unless they absolutely want to make sure to hit one of them for Isochron Scepter things, i guess?Quote from void_nothing »I can't imagine there are ones that want redundancy for one-shot ones.
Still, not very likely. Agreed.
May 6, 2019NoNeedToBragoBoutIt posted a message on Most interesting Mono Red or Mono Green commanders?R comes with several interesting commanders and has gotten a lot of love lately. G on the other hand doesn't come with a lot of necessarily interesting commanders but several fun and usually Timmy like commanders.Posted in: Commander (EDH)
As for my faves:
1. Neheb, Dreadhorde Champion - God, this card is just lovely. Card draw, mana generator, madness enabler, discard outlet, ... So much to explore.
2. Zada, Hedron Grinder - Absolutely love the unique interaction. A lot of fun to maneuver, yet a bit shakey at times.
3. Neheb, the Eternal - A lot more linear than the other iteration, still makes for some big splashy plays.
4. Grenzo, Havoc Raiser - Aggressive leader with CA and politics included.
5. Daretti, Scrap Savant - By far the best designed Precon PW. Though anyone might've seen "the Daretti deck" already.
6. Etali, Primal Storm - The Timmy option. Therefor not as viable in stronger Metas.
7. Ilharg, the Raze-Boar - Close to Sneak Attack in the Command Zone.
8. Feldon of the Third Path - One of the best back stories in MTG and a cool deck.
1. Yeva, Nature's Herald - Makes G a lot stronger and more flexible. A lot of fun to maneuver and play against, too.
2. Nissa, Vastwood Seer|Nissa, Sage Animist - Has CA written all over it. Seen a lot of creative decks around her.
3. Surrak, the Hunt Caller - Haste is such a vital keyword for G! Meanest deck i've ever faced with him was ramp hard Eldrazi.
4. Reki, the History of Kamigawa - Why play one of the legends, when you can play all of them?
5. Goreclaw, Terror of Qal Sisma - Again, Timmy option. But a strong one at that.
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