Bramblewood Paragon


Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Morningtide (MOR) Uncommon
Promo Set (000) Uncommon

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Bramblewood Paragon

Creature — Elf Warrior

Each other Warrior creature you control enters the battlefield with an additional +1/+1 counter on it.

Each creature you control with a +1/+1 counter on it has trample.

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Bramblewood Paragon Discussion

luin on Yet another Ælf Deck

1 week ago

Thanks for all the suggestions! Elvish Mystic is a quite obvious pick indeed. As for Reclamation Sage and Elvish Visionary, I really don't want to decrease the number of warriors too much since it would limit Bramblewood Paragon's effect; Elvish Visionary is neat though, think I'll put it in the maybeboard and make some tests.

I added 2 Gruul Turf for now since I don't have enough budget to afford other dual rares. The same goes for Ezuri, it's reaally expensive so I hope 1 will be effective enough.

At the moment I'm considering these changes:

-2 Lys Alana Huntmaster

-1 Radha, Heir to Keld

+2 other instants (same as above, don't know exactly which ones)

+1 Hunting Triad to compensate the token production

seshiro_of_the_orochi on Red/Green

1 week ago

This is a pretty interesting warrior tribal. I like. There are some things you should consider changing though: you're at 62 cards. Sure you can do this, but usually, 60 cards is the default that doesn't change except if there is a very good reason (like Battle of Wits).

Then, you should try to get more 3- or 4-ofs of your more important cards to more consistently draw them.

I also do have some concrete card suggestions for you: Bramblewood Paragon is nuts if you draw her early. Brighthearth Banneret can help a lot with flooding the board. And Obsidian Battle-Axe is a house if you play that many warriors. If you want a deck that includes them, maybe have a look at this: SAVAGES! SAVAGES! Barely even human!

Jesness on The Further Proliferation of Bad Ideas

2 weeks ago

This looks awesome so far. I like the small spells, fat creatures approach.

If you have room for another colorless land, Novijen, Heart of Progress makes an alright secondary Gavony Township. Walking Ballista and Hangarback Walker are also colorless and don't trigger your commander, but they're just freakin' sweet if you can proliferate them... maybe with a Fuel for the Cause.

Sage of Fables, Zameck Guildmage, or Novijen Sages might be worth it if you need more funky card draw, and Spike Weaver might be good if you are slower and need a fog effect.

On the other hand, if you wanna go fast, I think a great finisher could be Champion of Lambholt. Retribution of the Ancients is also an amazing way to pick off creatures for one mana.

Finally, some of my favorite janky build-around cards of all time, the counter enablers - Abzan Falconer, Abzan Battle Priest, Ivorytusk Fortress, Mer-Ek Nightblade, Tuskguard Captain, Bramblewood Paragon, etc. These won't make your deck better, but maybe more fun. Big, fun, fat, lifelinky, flying, deathtouchy, tramply 10/10s.

You pretty much already nailed it though. Good stuff as always.

ClockworkSwordfish on Elves

2 weeks ago

Rhys the Exiled isn't really worth it unless you can regenerate him. You might want to throw in a handful of Llanowar Wastes, Gilt-Leaf Palace or Woodland Cemetery so you at least have the option to! I probably wouldn't run a full set of him, either - you don't want to see three of him in your opening hand, do ya?

Also, I'm curious why you aren't running Nissa's Chosen! It's not a gamebreaker, but it's definitely the better of Nissa's +1 abilities - getting a 2/3 is much more impressive than the usual token you'd get from a planeswalker, especially since he'll likely be bigger from one of your twelve lords. Not only that, but they're good for sacrificing to Rhys since they can just be tutored out again.

Bramblewood Paragon might also come in handy (you're a little short on 2-drops) since she's a pseudo-lord and pairs well with Joraga Warcaller. Luminescent Rain isn't bad, but you'll probably get more life (and use) out of Wellwisher or Essence Warden instead.

Hope it helps make your deck a little nastier!

AwezomePozzum on Warriors, UNITE!!

1 month ago

Bramblewood Paragon may help, since you're in modern.

filkinsmark on Samut and her Warrior Army

1 month ago

Hey ldrago626, cool list! I did a Warrior Tribe deck with old Saskia the Unyielding-- Unstoppable Warrior Tribal Input Welcome!I like your inclusion of Bramblewood Paragon and Duskwatch Recruiter  Flip, but I feel you could lower your curve. Have you had any issues with tempo? We tribal folks gotta stick together lol, I have plenty of lists if you have ideas!

akuinnen24 on Elf Overrun Deck

1 month ago

I made a few adjustments and replaced Imperious Perfect with Joraga Warcaller, which seems to be a pretty big improvement in speed. There's also some synergy happening between Bramblewood Paragon and Joraga Warcaller that results in Joraga entering the field with bonus counters, making him an alternate finisher if Ezuri doesn't come out.

I'm hoping to make this deck fairly competitive, and if possible around $200, but it's looking like it'll be more like $300!

akuinnen24 on Elf Overrun Deck

1 month ago

filthyc4sual, thank you for the suggestions!

I swapped out the Champion of Lambholt for Ezuri, Renegade Leader and added more consistency with Collected Company and Summoner's Pact. So far I prefer Bramblewood Paragon mostly because of the Elf synergy, since he gets +1/+1's from Ezuri and other elves, but I'll try working in Joraga Warcaller.

I haven't gotten a change to play it against other decks yet, but in playtests it's been doing about 40 damage by turn 6, Ezuri was definitely a big improvement!

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