"Ach! Hans, Run!"
At the beginning of your upkeep, you may say "Ach Hans, run It's the . . ." and name a creature card. If you do, search your library for the named card, put it into play, then shuffle your library. That creature has haste. Remove it from the game at end of turn.
"Ach! Hans, Run!" Discussion
11 months ago
I think we should FINALLY get to see Hans get a card. You know, the guy that Ach!... is running from the lhurgoyf. I know "Ach! Hans, Run!" is already a card, but still...
1 year ago
Long time commander player here but casually we happened to buy planechase anthology, a few games of that got our group in the mood for some casual 60 card fun decks.
I have always enjoyed generally dumb deck ideas and fun card effects so was thinking about having green, blue and white deck with some of the more fun (but not unmanageable) unhinged cards.
I've been toying with the idea of just making 5 colour but I highly doubt its feasable to spread a mana base that far in 60 card. I also have a soft spot for "Ach! Hans, Run!" and Deal Damage making me want to splash red.
I'm generally looking for recommendations of what cards you could recommend or which ones would be possible (and fun) to build a deck around (too used to planning around singleton and legendary creatures)
Thanks in advance! :)
2 years ago
Response to gmac1993:
Thank you stranger for your suggestions. For posterity reasons, I've documented the following changes below regarding this deck:
I decided to keep Imperious Perfect because I feel that it's ability is still worthwhile in most situations. Especially early game.
I've also added to the sideboard. I'm trying to decide if I should add a card or two that enable me to have no maximum hand limit.
Anyways I look forward to further review from you. Live prosper and long - Snuggerdog
2 years ago
Interestingly -- well, to me anyway :-) -- the person who spoke those words, Saffi Eriksdotter, wasn't killed by the Lhurgoyf, but stepped into a time rift or something and ended up as a Legendary in the Time Spiral set.