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I’m trying to decide between Born to Lead and Born to Outwit.
Lets start off with yeah, seriously…WWGG
On the curve he will be fighting with our new legendary cat friend I highlighted earlier. His bestow cost however is very aggressively costed and would be better in most cases board position wise.
In case you missed the new Lion, here he is.
Also when ever i see this card, I always think to myself this isn’t the first Lion we’ve seen in this pose…
If your dilligent the text of all of BoG has now been spoiled.
If you’re running both of these, you’ll probably just suit up Brimaz WITH Eidolon, giving you a 5/6 minimum that turns into a 6/7 minimum once you attack. And that’s only if you haven’t played any other creatures or Auras.
Don’t make Thassa angry.
It’s hard to say if MUD wants this or Thassa’s Rebuff, but it’s certainly a good counter if Bant Hexproof style decks ever become relevant again.
An upgrade to Essence Scatter? I’ll definitely be using it. UU isn’t that hard for my deck to make.
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I’ve been trying to beef up my Sigarda Enchantress and Omnath EDH decks. Eidolon and Courser should do nicely for this.
So this is happening at some point in Standard.
Your opponent concedes and you don’t have to worry about not milling yourself
And if they don’t?
Plan B involves the following (assuming you had a T3 Ragemonger)
T4: Cast Oracle of Bones (3 mana) -> Enter the Infinite (0) -> Ragemonger (1 mana)
T5: Kragma Warcaller (3 mana) -> 2x Rageblood Shaman (2 mana) -> attack with 5 6/4 tramplers and a 7/3 trampler, plus whatever you had out earlier. Assuming you dealt some damage T1-T4, this is definitely enough. Also, you know you’ll have the T4 Ragemonger and all the T5 cards because you have your entire deck in your hand.
I can rarely think of a time I’d rather let them Enter the Infinite at no cost than just slap some counters on a creature.
Yeah, especially when so many cards can deal with a 5/3 with haste. I don’t think I’ve seen a tribute card that I wouldn’t pay the cost for. Granted, I’m playing U/B Control, so my plan is to Essence Scatter, Cyclonic Rift, and Hero’s Downfall every creature my opponent plays.
What do we have here……
Midas touch card!?
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Born of the Gods - Current Spoiled Gods
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- Magic: the Gathering - Ephara, God of the Polis (145/165) - Born of the Gods
- Magic: the Gathering - Mogis, God of Slaughter (151/165) - Born of the Gods
- Magic: the Gathering - Karametra, God of Harvests (148/165) - Born of the Gods
- Magic: the Gathering - Xenagos, God of Revels (156/165) - Born of the Gods
I’ll probably rock Ephara in the Bant blink EDH deck I intend to build at some point.
I was going to say Sensei’s Divining Top until somebody mentioned Force of Will. I didn’t realize it was printed at uncommon. Force takes the cake on this one. 0-mana counterspells have a hard time not being overpowered.
Sooooooo mono white commander? Who am I kidding this guy has a place in STANDARD.
hoooolyyyyy shit. now THIS is power creep. (although tbf it is at mythic)
It’s also legendary. Even if you pack four of them through some divine stroke of luck, you can still only play one at a time. It would be completely nuts if it weren’t legendary. However, mythic rares, especially legends, are supposed to be splashy and powerful, so I think this card is fine. It’ll definitely see a lot of play in aggressive W/x decks, though, and I’ll probably pick one up for the token EDH deck I intend to build at some point.
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