Assemble the Legion
At the beginning of your upkeep, put a muster counter on Assemble the Legion. Then put a 1/1 red and white Soldier creature token with haste onto the battlefield for each muster counter on Assemble the Legion.
|Want (9)||Cactusman , berk , Jillgamesh , dahammer , Willzyx , kingcraig , somebeach , Runed_Servitor , Catzhova|
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|Mystery Booster (MYS1)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Assemble the Legion occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.02%
Assemble the Legion Discussion
1 day ago
You should go extra turns honestly, thats the most competitive you can get with Narset, Enlightened Master and you need guaranteed mana base. A competitive Narset deck is going to cost a good bit of money though. Also, focus on getting the most out of combat and get extra combats where you can.
Win Cons include:
Extra turns ideas but not limited to:
Creatures to include:
might as well:
and of course some tutors:
2 days ago
DeinoStinkus The problem with that is that tokens and knights/soldiers/angel is a sub tribal in the Sigarda deck. I've kinda painted myself into a corner here because one of the arbitrary rules that I set for myself is that each deck has to feel distinctive and play differently. The other rule is that I can only run Humans and Angels in each deck.
So I can't use tribal/tokens or enchantments as the main theme with Gisela (although I am going to run a copy of Assemble the Legion.
Is there any way to make Life Gain/Burn actually viable?
3 days ago
As a fan of the little known planeswalker Teyo Verada, and by extension his home plain of Gobakhan, I would love to see white fixed in a way that fits with the white themes. Gobakhan has regular diamond storms, which are basically sandstorms, but made of diamonds. For this, I can think of two options that fit: 1. A more expensive Fumigate that has “create a treasure token for each creature destroyed this way” instead of life gain. 2. A sandstorm Elemental that has defender, prevents all damage dealt to it, and lets you draw a card for each 1 damage prevented this way.
Also, Teyo is a Shieldmage, a type of mage from Gobakhan that creates shields made of light. In keeping with this defensive theme, I’d love to see an Enchantment that took advantage of not taking damage. Like a mix between Assemble the Legion and Luminarch Ascension but with card draw. It would a little like “at the beginning of each end step, put an experience counter on (the enchantment) if no damage was dealt to you this turn. At the beginning of your upkeep, draw a card for each experience counter on (the enchantment). When damage is dealt to you, remove all experience counters from (the enchantment).” Another possible, less expensive version would probably just put counters on your upkeep if no damage was dealt to you since your last endstep.
1 week ago
I have a few cards I hold close to my heart. First up is Assemble the Legion. I used to utterly destroy my friends when we all where new to the game, (around return to ravnica), and before we really understood the importance of removal.
Next up is Nicol Bolas, Planeswalker. Ever since I laid eyes opon him I've loved him. I play with at least one version of him in all decks I can.
Third card is The Chain Veil I really love planeswalkers and my favorite EDH deck is a 5 color superfriends deck. The ability to activate PW's abilities multiple times per turn gets me almost giggling.
1 week ago
1 week ago
Phostration - That is basically the plan. I want to make absolutely sure I get Heartless Summoning and its got a low CMC so I figure its safe to max. Assemble the Legion is pretty expensive so I have less of it, that's why I have the tutors. That's the only reason.
1 week ago
I notice you have 4 Heartless Summoning. You would never want to have more than one on the field at once, as it would cause you to kill the creatures that are winning the game for your ie Cruel Celebrant. Do you plan on keeping them in your hand when you have more? I suppose if you started drawing a ton of cards you could discard them. Assemble the Legion on the other hand is great to have more of.
2 weeks ago
I've got a deck built (https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/kill-with-death/) that uses Heartless Summoning and Assemble the Legion to generate a sort of murder engine that activates a bunch of other card effects. I think it could be faster, I'm not sure if my mana base would really work, I have 2 cards in there, Zulaport Cutthroat, that need replaced because it doesn't work out, and I feel like it could just generally be improved though I'm not smart enough to know exactly how. Could use some advice on it. Thanks!