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|Commander Anthology 2018 (CM2)||Mythic Rare|
|Commander 2016 (C16)||Mythic Rare|
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Atraxa, Praetors' Voice
Legendary Creature — Angel Horror
Flying, vigilance, deathtouch, lifelink
At the beginning of your end step, proliferate. (You choose any number of permanents and/or players with counters on them, then give each another counter of a kind already there.)
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Atraxa, Praetors' Voice Discussion
4 days ago
Those are good suggestions. I played tonight with my group and definitely by just swapping out some of the block and some suggestions to have I believe 35 lands (will update when I wake) I stayed in the game and played well. No wins tonight, but I was able to do more of what I intended. I kept in Yahenni, Undying Partisan but never drew him unfortunately, but was able to get a couple recursions of Karmic Guide with Debtors' Knell to bring a couple creatures back at a time and renuke everything as needed. Died from and Atraxa, Praetors' Voice proliferating poison counters on me unfortunately =(
But already getting more lands has helped! I'm wondering what I can add in and remove, maybe focus on creatures to do effects as the ETB or die than spells.
5 days ago
cdkime The creature with a selfish desire to control nature would be black-green, sure. But, if that creature was expressed as a card, how would it look mechanically? It's easy enough to come up with characters with goals, thoughts, and motivations. But, since M:tG is, fundamentally, a card game, each color needs to be represented mechanically, and the overlapping mechanics are where the philosophy lies.
I guess what I'm seeing in your example is a green character with a black motivation. I'm seeing a difference between "green and black philosophy" and "green/black philosophy." You can't break down the philosophy of Borborygmos into "this is his green part, and this is his red part." Also, Borborygmos portrays red-green differently from Xenagos, or Samut, or Radha. All of them have different philosophies, and take actions, consistent with red-green, but they are also readily distinguishable.
To make a food analogy, you start with flour and water. You can make a million different types of bread, but they're all still bread, and they're all different from wet flour.
I deeply disagree with the answer to the question Boza demonstrated. To check this, I ran a Gatherer search for multicolor cards (not just creatures) with the words "flying" and "vigilance." I found out that
I still want to take the test, and see what score I can get.
1 week ago
Phyrexia calls to all who wish for sublime compleation - my deck is it's voice. This is a deck with Atraxa, Praetors' Voice at the helm - it's primary wincon is Infect with Counters and some Stax sub-elements.
The deck as it is currently is the best I could make it on my own, and would appreciate constructive criticism and card suggestions that will improve it's overall performance and consistency. I would prefer however, card suggestions that remain in theme with Phyrexia...if possible.
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2 weeks ago
Might I suggest Atraxa, Praetors' Voice in the main deck.
3 weeks ago
Hello Last Laugh!
I do agree that Reyhan, Last of the Abzan and Ishai, Ojutai Dragonspeaker would be better commanders for this deck but that is not the point of the deck. The deck is simply a way to express my love for Atraxa, Praetors' Voice and Mtg in general. I could increase the competitiveness by making this an infect deck but as someone who has played against infect I currently prefer to not subject my table mates to such an ordeal.
1 month ago
Cool shell so far, but I definitely think it needs more mana ramp. Mayeb 4 more sources of your choice of artifact and land ramp, all probably around the 2-3 CMC slot. Since your deck is light on green I'd go the artifacts that tap for colors like Fellwar Stone , Wayfarer's Bauble , Commander's Sphere , Armillary Sphere , Coalition Relic .
Overall I'd look to knock the curve of the deck down a bit. I find decks start to really hum when they are around 3.5 average CMC. With that said, some of the higher cost plane walkers that aren't doing as much work for you might be Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge , Jace, Ingenious Mind-Mage , and Kaya, Bane of the Dead ,
And you can find better board wipes than Decree of Pain . is a tall order.
This deck definitely has all the win cons it needs, just make sure you have the card draw and smooth curve to ensure you get to them consistently.
Looks like fun deck, best of luck!
1 month ago
I agree with the others about this being risky if you're skipping 3 draws. But if you put it in a proliferate deck you could just skip one draw and go nuts.
I have an Atraxa, Praetors' Voice deck that focuses on artifacts and proliferating, I might give it a try in there.
1 month ago
if yes, you should run more ramp with the green side of Atraxa, Praetors' Voice search for your fixing in early, when 3 colors or more are present the most important thing it's to fix you mana pool in order to always have a back up plan if something ( Blood Moon ) happends, in this case even with a some mana rocks to fix your mana pool are going to be in this cases good options (a few signets and 3x1 rocks like Darksteel Ingot / Chromatic Lantern / Commander's Sphere )
I think ShockLands, BuddyLands, PainLands, and some utility lands for a grand total of 36/38 lands with some good old Mana Rocks are more than enough to play Atraxa.
My recomendation, check for the Tolarian Comunity for 4 Color decks:
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