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When Earthsaker Khenra enters the battlefield, target creature with power less than or equal to Earthshaker Khenra's power can't block this turn. Eternalize 4RR.
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Earthshaker Khenra Discussion
6 days ago
6 days ago
I'm trying to understand your point of view, but I don't. The deck is not trying to be a control deck. Let me explain why I run those cards.
Fumigate- Since I've played with this deck, I've noticed you will not have a board all the time, this card comes in handy, and with Hidden Stockpile & Anointed Procession you wouldn't mind if tokens get cleared on your side. Arguel's Blood Fast- With all the life you gain this will be a great mana sink for draw power, to refill your hand.
Earthshaker Khenra It doesn't seem out of place, this card wins games. Anointed Procession + Earthshaker Khenra doubles the token when externalize. Now, imagine with multiple copies of Anointed Procession out.
Oketra the True- Token producing and hard to deal with when activated, how does this seem out of place? This deck is a token deck.
The deck doesn't try to do many things at once, the curve is good, I haven't had a problem with it.
6 days ago
Looks interesting, but I'm not quite sure what the deck is trying to do. Is it an aggro deck or a control deck? If you are going for an aggro strategy, then cards like Fumigate, Arguel's Blood Fast, and Anointer Priest don't make much sense. If you are going for a control deck, then Earthshaker Khenra, Kari Zev, Skyship Raider, and Oketra the True seem out of place. By trying do too many things at once, you end up a bunch of cards you don't want to see in the same hand.
2 weeks ago
Update! Played at the Geek Fortress 1K. Went 3-2-1, 8th overall!
Making some changes based on the results.
3 weeks ago
Did you see the pummeler list that won Spain's nationals? 2x Earthshaker Khenra and 4x Greenbelt Rampager in the main with 0 MD copies of Harnessed Lightning (3 copies in the board). I've tried it out and being more threat-dense seems to give it more game against the removal-heavy decks in the format, as well as being better against Ramunap Red with turn 2 3/4 creatures. Servant never felt good in the late game, so it is shaved down to 2 copies. I'd recommend giving it a try.
3 weeks ago
First match, was a red-green dinosaur home-brew deck. It was very easy. He is a friend of mine and I had told him to make it an enrage deck. He didn't listen to me. He has all the good creatures in(Carnage Tyrant Regisaur Alpha etc.), Yet the synergies are non existent.
Second match, was an Approach of the Second Sun deck. First game , I won him with my flyers. I went 2-1 first game was easy for him. I lost the tempo plays and a land drop. As soon as I hit the board with a Sphinx of Magosi , he had already cast one approach and had another one in . He had many removals too. The three mana removals were just perfect for him. (Skywhaler's Shot Farm / Market) . Second game , turn three I already had three creatures on the field and he missed a land drop. He scooped. Last game, it was close. I was attacking with my creatures , trying to make him concede.he then casts an approach. He gains seven life, getting back to 10. Game over I thought. He then conceded, cause she hadn't had any removals in hand AND not another approach. It was weird, buuut I wouldn't care less. I was just happy I beat a 700$ deck with a welcome deck.(he is a dick, that pimps out every deck of his. If it isn't foil, it won't fit in his decks. imagine when a welcome deck 2017 kicks your ass :p )
Third match, was a pain in the ass ramunap red. I knew I would face a deck like this, that's why I have many small creatures. First game , I was blocking with everything I had (if I could) . I mean, those Earthshaker Khenras are nut busting. He dropped two and by turn 4, I was at 10ish. That's when I hit him hard . Turn 4 I hit the field with an Arborback Stomper . I gain 5 life, I pass. Fifth round, he attacks with everything. I block a ragavan token, I kill a khenra with a 3/2 Merfolk Branchwalker and he passes... Turn five, I draw a Nature's Way . Sixth Sense on a flying Stealer of Secrets, swing in for 8, draw two cards. One is a Rabid Bite . I cast it .he now has 1 creature left, while I have 3 on board. He conceded. Second game, she goes 0-60 in no time. I lost and didn't even realise how she got me so fast. Game three, was a fun one. I Mulligan to six. I keep all the possible removal and two small creatures. She gets me to fourteen life, when I start to hit her field. It was over pretty soon.
Last game, I play with a Baral control. I couldn't do shit. Search for Azcanta Flip, in combination with Torrential Gearhulks and River's Rebuke kicked my arse. I would care less though. :) Next time, I will raise the stakes with my sideboard games :D
4 weeks ago
Hi. I'll comment assuming this is not meant to be a standard legal deck.
Me and my friend came back to magic in the first innistrad block as a form of gathering again. We established some rules: each one choses a pre-constructed deck from the innistrad block and we could buy 2-3 booster por month and only use those cards to build our decks and we could only trade with each other. That aside, I choose the WR agressive humans deck and my all-star card was (4 copies, of course) Brimstone Volley.
The deck objective was to aggro early on and put my friend down to 10 life or less. After that it was pretty easy to close the games since I would have 3-4 week creatures and they would have 1-2 bigger ones, allowing me to attack with all and putting them in the spot where they needed to block but knew I would have Brimstone Volley with morbid online! (I actually won a game dealing 13 damage with 3 Volleys. Wasn't 15 because I didn't need the morbid in the last one :P)
If you manage to have tons of humans, then Champion of the Parish is your men. Boros Elite, Wojek Halberdiers, Ash Zealot, Thalia's Lieutenant, Stormblood Berserker, Glory-Bound Initiate, Unruly Mob, Lightning Mauler, Silverblade Paladin, Nearheath Pilgrim.
Legion Loyalist, Goblin Guide, Thalia, Guardian of Thraben and Thalia, Heretic Cathar (yeah, I know what you said about budget, but I'm just listing), Bomat Courier, Skyknight Legionnaire is nice (and actually remembers me about the new dude from Ixalan Sky Terror). I love Hellrider, especially if you can get wide. Maybe build around Oketra's Monument? Charging Monstrosaur could be the top end of the deck's curve. In my deck back in the day, Zealous Conscripts was the top end. Speaking of 5-drops and top end of curve Glorybringer, Urabrask the Hidden, Thundermaw Hellkite and Stormbreath Dragon.
You need to change your mana base cause there are too many taplands. Some Sacred Foundry would be nice, there is Kaladesh's Inspiring Vantage. Otherwise I would say to use a few taplands, like 2-3 and get some Evolving Wilds. If the land is going to be tapped, at least Evolving Wilds will thin your deck so you have more chance to draw spells rather than lands.
1 month ago
The Berserker has been underperforming.