Bosh, Iron Golem
Legendary Artifact Creature — Golem
, Sacrifice an artifact: Bosh, Iron Golem deals damage equal to the sacrificed artifact's converted mana cost to target creature, player or planeswalker.
|Have (2)||winterwind10 , shmoofidoo|
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|Commander 2018 (C18)||Rare|
|Commander Anthology 2018 (CM2)||Rare|
|Commander 2014 (C14)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Bosh, Iron Golem occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%
Bosh, Iron Golem Discussion
1 month ago
Note: re:Above list. Serra has no creature legendary so it may exclude her.
- Arcanis the Omnipotent
- Bosh, Iron Golem
- Dakkon Blackblade
- Haakon, Stromgald Scourge
- Higure, the Still Wind
- Ink-Eyes, Servant of Oni
- Jaya Ballard (one creature, 2 walkers)
- Karona, False God
- Kresh the Bloodbraided
- Lyzolda, the Blood Witch
- Maralen of the Mornsong
- Mayael the Anima
- Momir Vig, Simic Visionary
- Phage the Untouchable
- Raksha Golden Cub
- Reaper King
- Rith, the Awakener
- Sakashima the Impostor
- Seshiro the Anointed
- Sisters of Stone Death
So now figure out which ones are most likely to fit into Tefiri's Past/Lore. Still say Sidar is most likely, But Jaya as another creature card could be possible I suppose.
2 months ago
I second , you don't have any graveyard decks listed here which is always a popular archetype. That also gives you the option to branch out into Abzan or Jund, which are very powerful color combinations in EDH.
As for Neheb, Dreadhorde Champion, have you tried swapping the commander? There are a few options to stay in Mono- and possibly keep a large part of the deck. I have a deck that has had several different iterations with different generals. Currently, I run Neheb, the Eternal, which has been the more resilient of the two Nehebs in my experience, and isn't dependent on attacking to function. If you wanted to keep any graveyard synergies, you could try Feldon of the Third Path reanimator, and if you had artifact themes you could try Daretti, Scrap Savant for a more Johnny build or Bosh, Iron Golem for a more Timmy build.
2 months ago
For future reference, the color identity of a card is determined by:
- All mana symbols in its casting cost (including both halves of a hybrid mana symbol)
- All mana symbols in its rules text (but not reminder text)
- Any color-defining text in the rules text
- Any color indicator on the type line (such as on the reverse face of a double-faced card)
So, per each:
- Fate Transfer has a hybrid mana symbol. Both halves count, so it is both blue and black.
- Bosh, Iron Golem has a red mana symbol in its rules text, so it has a red identity. Crypt Ghast's Orzhov symbol is in reminder text, so it doesn't count, and the Ghast is only black.
- Older printings of Ancestral Vision contain the text "Ancestral Vision is blue." This sets the color identity even though there are no blue mana symbols on the card. It's important to note that Devoid ("this card is colorless") does not apply in this case, as Devoid cards still have mana symbols that inform their color identity.
- Newer printings of Ancestral Vision have a color indicator on the type line (the blue circle). This sets the color even though there are still no blue mana symbols, and the "(This spell) is blue" text has been removed. These indicators are on the reverse of double-faced cards, so while Archangel Avacyn Flip is white, its reverse, Avacyn, the Purifier, is red, making the card's identity red/white. This one trips up the most people, it seems.
4 months ago
BsT We do what we can. Also, I realized if golem combo is to be its golem-est, Bosh, Iron Golem just wins the game with any infinite mana combo, and none of the combos listed actually require white, so.
5 months ago
Urabrask the Hidden would be good in this deck to help ensure that your opponents can't just keep generating chump blockers for your monsters turn after turn. His built-in haste effect could also come in handy if you can't get Purphoros himself onto the battlefield for some reason.
1 year ago
They have finally done it. This is jank in its ultimate form. I love it!
1 year ago
Man, maybe it's because I have a Bosh, Iron Golem EDH deck, but Goblin Engineer seems pushed. This is will be a Daretti, Feldon, and Bosh staple for sure. I wouldn't be surprised if a whole new modern deck revolving around this guy and Trash for Treasure pops up. I hear that a T3 Blightsteel Colossus is pretty good.
1 year ago
Heh, I love me so good ol' comeback stories. So I just recently had a 4 player EDH game playing my half finished Bosh, Iron Golem deck. The hate bear player dropped a Null Rod on turn 2. While the other 3 players were fighting it out I quietly just kept adding lands, Bosh himself (for blocking), and other "unusable" artifacts to the table. Once the Null Rod /hate bear player died and all of my mana rocks went online, my deck exploded. I finished out the game relatively quickly after that.