Eldrazi Devastator


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Limited Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Highlander Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Battle for Zendikar (BFZ) Common

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Eldrazi Devastator

Creature — Eldrazi


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Eldrazi Devastator Discussion

CaptainGalvanic on 1,... 2,... 3,... Tron. (Pauper mono green tron)

2 weeks ago

Eldrazi Devastator looks good for this deck, but I would suggest against removing Ulamog's Crusher. The fact that Annihilator2 forces sacrifice before they block makes it much more threatening than trample, especially against decks that go tall, such as Bogles.

rocksteady on Tier 1 Pauper Elvish Insanity

2 months ago

nagstarp, when I originally built this deck I did use Ulamog's Crusher but have replaced it with Eldrazi Devastator because it has trample. The main goal here is to use Timberwatch Elf's ability on the Devastator to start getting insane amounts of damage through, and having trample is one of the bigger parts of that strategy.

nagstarp on Tier 1 Pauper Elvish Insanity

2 months ago

why Eldrazi Devastator and not Ulamog's Crusher?other then that looks awsem

rocksteady on rocksteady

3 months ago

Hey Jimmy_Chinchila! Man, I would probably have to say that Tier 1 Pauper Elves (Mono Green Aggro) is the strongest. Tier 1 Pauper Goblins is amazing and wins fast, but Elves are just more consistent and capable of turning out an Eldrazi Devastator on turn four... So basically you're looking at a deck that wins early or a deck that wins mid-range. Ultimately it depends on how you like to play.

It really is a toss up between the two, if you have the funds I would absolutely recommend building both. I carry both decks with me in my bag, and on several occasions have played Goblins/Elves games with people on the fly and let them pick which one they would like to try. It always is super fun, and its about 50/50 as to which deck will win.

Mave on Tropical Island Fun

4 months ago

I think that sacrificing your creatures with a dying trigger is a nice approach but the other ones are more for reanimation. You won't get Eldrazi Devastator or Ulamog's Crusher out in any deck with a similar theme as a competetive one. Even against casual bogle it would easily lose.

Maybe you could abuse the ability to get the emerger out early in the game like playing 3-4x Dispersal Shield, 1-2 Rush of Knowledge and maybe but just maybe 1-2 Accelerated Mutation

If you play green you have to use at least some destroy all enchantment cards in the sideboard and something that deals damage to each flying creature (against faeries). Maybe Echoing Truth against token?

If you want to try agains some not that competetive Deck you can play against one of these: Arcane Dredge Burn, Pauper Merfolk GU Aggro or Thoughtpicker Magemark Control

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