Alpha Tyrranax

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Custom Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Scars of Mirrodin (SOM) Common

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Alpha Tyrranax

Creature — Beast

Alpha Tyrranax Discussion

DonJon on Vanilla Tribal

11 months ago

Duly noted. If you have any creature recommendations I’d be happy to hear them. Did my best to find creatures with the brst Power to CMC ratio, but I may have missed some. Also, some are on here just because I like the art or flavor, like Alpha Tyrranax. May part with the bear sub theme if I find enough decent replacements.

landofMordor on Guilds of Ravnica: Spoilers and ...

1 year ago

Chasmolinker, that is why counterspells are my favorite.

LeaPlath, maybe Demon's point is that the power creep of creatures is pretty obvious, especially at higher CMC. From Craw Wurm to Alpha Tyrranax to Colossal Dreadmaw is a pretty big jump, and this new guy is just the latest variation on a theme. Granted, that's because creatures have kinda needed to get better, and stats alone won't make the Greatwurm good, but it is the latest example of an obvious trend in power level.

Jimmy_Chinchila on Taxonomy (Creature Type) Fail

2 years ago

Perhaps it's just my background in taxonomy, but I find it rather annoying that Wizards would add the creature type Trilobite for Shore Keeper yet continue to label things like Skittering Heartstopper as an Insect when it is clearly not. Insects have 6 legs. It is a Centipede. In fact, it's no more an insect than a Crab is (it just happens to be also a terrestrial arthropod), yet they have their own creature type. To me a trilobite is more of a crab than a centipede is an insect. All I can think is that Vorapede and other past centipedes would have to be "adjusted", but that doesn't seem like such a big deal. They retro-changed Alpha Tyrranax with the addition of Dinosaur so why the heck are they still calling a centipede an insect?

NathanNati0n on Prehistoric Justice 2.0

2 years ago

Thanks Antwaan33, I am currently running Pygmy Allosaurus as I believe that to be the best due to Swampwalk (but that is specific playgroup) and of course it is the original dinosaur. Putrid Raptor is black. Alpha Tyrranax is a vanilla creature and I want cards that impact the board state more at its cost. Deathmist Raptor does not synergize with this deck. Imperiosaur doesn't do much for the deck and will be pretty hard to cast. Tyrranax's ability doesn't do much for the deck, especially at its cmc. Dromosaur and Pangosaur are quite frankly terrible. Ridgetop Raptor, Ripscale Predator, and Shivan Raptor are decent but not standout spectacular. That leaves: Frenetic Raptor, which is fairly niche; Magmasaur, which fits quite well in my deck Enrage Enabled but not great in this list as here I am not focousing on Enrage that much; and Fungusaur, which I am currently looking for a place for.

TheVectornaut on Elder Dinosaur Highlander *RIX UPDATE*

2 years ago

Alpha Tyrranax

Allosaurus Rider

Then there are all the Naya beasts that look kind of like they'd be dinosaurs: Godsire, Woolly Thoctar, Hundroog, Paleoloth, Krosan Groundshaker, and so on.

JerichoDarkstar on Combat Question

2 years ago

@NirTheCatGuy

No, Alpha Tyrranax is safe because it was not dealt damage by Pharika's Chosen. All that happens is that the attack itself was interrupted due to a blocker, which means damage from the attack cannot go through unless Alpha Tyrranax had Trample.

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