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Brimaz, King of Oreskos
Legendary Creature — Cat Soldier
Whenever Brimaz, King of Oreskos attacks, put a 1/1 white Cat Soldier creature token with vigilance onto the battlefield attacking.
Whenever Brimaz blocks a creature, put a 1/1 white Cat Soldier creature token with vigilance onto the battlefield blocking that creature.
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Brimaz, King of Oreskos Discussion
4 days ago
@crabclaw I like Blood Mist because I can choose a different creature each combat, so say I want to target Aurelia, the Warleader on the first combat but then I go for Brimaz, King of Oreskos on the second combat. I think Duelist's Heritage doesn’t work that way but I could be wrong. As with Terrain Generator, I’ll look into it. Seems promising.
Also, Leave No Trace is real handy in multiplayer games, especially against a mono-colored deck. Used it rarely because I don’t draw it often but there have been times when I’ve dismantled a few pillow-forts with it. It’s extremely potent in some cases.
1 week ago
Lemme sugest you some good shit my boi: Leonin Vanguard, Sacred Cat, Steppe Lynx, Wild Nacatl, Brimaz, King of Oreskos (bit out-of-Budget but an absolute lad), Qasali Ambusher and everyone's favourite pussy, my dude AJANI. Ajani, Mentor of Heroes, Ajani Vengeant and Ajani, Adversary of Tyrants are my hottest takes but since there are plenty of Ajanis and all fit in a midrange creature-based deck you can choose a more budget option. Hope it helped you!
1 week ago
Going for the soldier tribal, you want to use creatures that have more than one Evergreen ability to gain max value out of them, also consider what you want to focus more on, if you want to move on with the 'go wide' route or 'super soldiers' route as if you diversify too much your deck will be too unfocused. Here are some suggestions that can be considered:
If you don't go with an all Soldier tribal, there are some big hitters that provide a lot of utility evergreen abilities like Akroma, Angel of Wrath, Zetalpa, Primal Dawn, Danitha Capashen, Paragon, Baneslayer Angel, and Avacyn, Angel of Hope. Also below is some additional cards for interaction or synergy.
- Honor of the Pure
- Oketra's Monument
- Swords to Plowshares
- Path to Exile
- Rebuff the Wicked
- Faith's Reward
- Return to Dust
- Secure the Wastes
- Teferi's Protection
Hope that helps and feel free to ask for any advice!
1 week ago
Mmm no worries, Odric is cool but I consider him better for part of the 99 rather at the helm of the deck. However you should play how you like it :)
The other options for tokens going wide would Heliod, God of the Sun, Oketra the True, or Brimaz, King of Oreskos. The reason being, Heliod is not a creature most of the time and is indestructible making him hard to remove, providing you with tokens when your sitting still. Oketra provides the same but is easier to deal with as opposed with Heliod. Brimaz is more of an aggressive token deck.
3 weeks ago
Weathered Wayfarer Captain of the Watch Odric, Lunarch Marshal Odric, Master Tactician Norn's Annex Suture Priest Restoration Angel Hero of Bladehold Silverblade Paladin Cathars' Crusade Selfless Spirit Archetype of Courage Baneslayer Angel Gisela, the Broken Blade Brimaz, King of Oreskos Eidolon of Rhetoric
1 month ago
Oh? Then if you want to make it a life deck, I'd encourage you to take a look at Karlov of the Pings. It's a life gain deck of mine, has a lot of great stuff. However it should be noted that to truly break Krav's ability there should be some token producers too.
Benevolent Offering can win you some friends on the table. Brimaz, King of Oreskos is a powerhouse. Captain's Claws can be equipped to Regna. Cenn's Enlistment can get rid of garbage lands. Doomed Traveler is a generally great card. Entreat the Angels is awesome. Ghoulcaller Gisa is oddly both a sac outlet AND token producer. Hero of Bladehold is a legend. Hidden Stockpile is honestly pretty good. Hoofprints of the Stag and Krav work great together. Hunted Witness is a slightly worse Doomed Traveler, Icatian Crier is a great way to pitch lands. Legion's Landing Flip is a nice one-drop and a permanent source in the late game. Leonin Warleader is nice. Lingering Souls is a classic. Militia's Pride, along with all these other cards, makes me wonder if attack-based tokens is a viable modern strategy. Mobilization is great if the game gets stagnant. Monastery Mentor is soooo good. Necromancer's Covenant is insane against aristocrats. Ogre Slumlord is a great rattlesnake and honestly the freaking best. Ophiomancer isn't quite as good, but still nice. Patrol Signaler- again with the attackers! Pawn of Ulamog could also be a great mana source, in the same vein as Sifter of Skulls. Promise of Bunrei seems really good. Quest for the Gravelord is a good thicc boi. Raise the Alarm is actually pretty underrated. Regal Bloodlord is great here. Sacred Mesa is great, and very repeatable. Smothering Abomination would be devastating here. Sengir Autocrat is 4 sac targets. Skirsdag High Priest can make some thicc bois. Sorin, Lord of Innistrad and Sorin, Grim Nemesis are both perfect for this deck. Twilight Drover is also freaking amazing. Wingmate Roc is, once again, practically designed to be played here!
1 month ago
This might actually be one of my least favorite decks... DarkStarStorm wasn't just right, but very polite about it. itachi45, you might just want to read this so you can yell as me, because what DarkStarStorm said ain't nothing compared to this.
Okay, to start I will go over the superficial, not the meat of the deck, but the icing, just to get it out of the way.
The title is clickbait. [CHEAP & BRUTAL], really? Brutal? What hubs it this under? Competitive? When EzraTerrestrial said under comment #8 that this deck isn't competitive, they didn't think to drop the competitive hub?
What is the first line of the description? 'Want to be a competitive contender [...]' Oh, yeah, you lied like four times EzraTerrestrial in 5 seconds, nice one buddy!
Okay, other than the obnoxiously large image of uncredited artwork by Raymond Swanland in the description, the hub for 'Aura Hexproof', a tag meant for a strategy in which hexproof creatures are enchanted up, yet there are no hexproof creatures in the deck, etc. Those are only obnoxious and toxic, not horrific.
What is though is that this is both a $100 deck that claims to be money well-spent, while running Death-And-Taxes staple Brimaz, King of Oreskos in an Aura-Enchantress-Lifegain list, is appalling.
I can respect deckbuilding, even budget deckbuilding, I make reasonably competitive builds on a $15/$20/$25 budget every day, with my favorite $11 list 4/1ing a competitive modern event. I have a blast with these absurd builds, you mock budget, in exchange for a cheap, bad deck, without care for what is monetarily efficient, or powerful for their cost.
You spend money on Nykthos, when that money could greatly improve consistency by lowering your curve buying a playset of Rancor, or upgrading your creatures. Bogles, a competitive modern deck, with a budget landbase can be built competitively for $80, yet this trash is expected to be both competitive and budget? Are you a joke?
The list I mentioned 4/1ing in a competitive modern event was $11 Stampeding Mwonvuli (Modern) if you want to learn how to build a budget list that is about as competitive as the budget allows, as is, I wouldn't be surprised if I got blocked, but know that comment is meant as harsh and constructive criticism.
I hope the best of luck to you, the deckbuilder, and hope this isn't a representation of you.
1 month ago
First of all, what's your budget?
Other good token spawners, if you want to go that way, could be: Secure the Wastes, Brimaz, King of Oreskos, Timely Reinforcements, Gather the Townsfolk, Beckon Apparition, Gideon, Ally of Zendikar. Things that help token are Intangible Virtue, Anointed Procession or Parallel Lives
If it's on budget I'd also suggest Voice of Resurgence