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Creature — Eldrazi
Untap Endbringer during each other player's untap step.
: Endbringer deals 1 damage to target creature or player.
, : Target creature can't attack or block this turn.
, : Draw a card.
1 month ago
I will suggest only one expensive card: Doubling Cube .
Untap effects go great with Kruphix. These include cards like Seedborn Muse , Victory Chimes , Quest for Renewal , and Murkfiend Liege . Prophet of Kruphix is banned in EDH (for good reason) so you can't have him.
You said it's a ramp deck. You can never underestimate the power of mana dorks. Here's a few: Llanowar Elves , Elvish Mystic , Fyndhorn Elves , Arbor Elf , Birds of Paradise , Gyre Engineer , and Weaver of Currents . I also like Karametra's Acolyte and Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx . Having lots of creatures tap for mana synergizes well with cards like Quest for Renewal .
There's also your artifact ramp. Thran Dynamo , Worn Powerstone , Sol Ring , Everflowing Chalice (please use this), Gilded Lotus , Dreamstone Hedron , Simic Signet , and Hedron Archive all tap for or more. And randomly you have Frontier Siege which works well in the deck. So does Growing Rites of Itlimoc Flip. Speaking of lands, I like Mosswort Bridge .
Mana sinks. I would consider Planar Bridge , Genesis Wave , Omniscience , Archetype of Endurance , Endbringer , Avenger of Zendikar , Rite of Replication , and Arcanis the Omnipotent to name a few. Draw X cards are great effects, with Stroke of Genius and Pull from Tomorrow involving the fewest symbols.
I love ramp decks. I hope yours goes well.
2 months ago
Lands: Mosswort Bridge
2 months ago
Copter may still be right. Some lists even run two. I took it out because it's so vulnerable to so many kinds of removal, and put in Matter Reshaper #3, for now. Reshaper is usually straight-up card advantage, where Copter is conditional filtering. Zhalfirin Void makes me feel less committed to the 1-of flier. I've also recently seen a Copter-free list running a singleton Endbringer , which might even be better, though I don't love the casting cost.
This list is a living document for me, and reflects the state of my build as I play it 9 rounds a week at a large and competitive LGS in my hometown.
3 months ago
You want as many Endbringer as possible in the main, it's one of the best cards besides TKS and Smasher. Spellskite mainboard is out of place, especially since I spot some Karns in the sideboard. From my experience playing Eldrazi Tron you're going to want both All Is Dust in the main because you lose so horribly to Aggro you want to have as many outs as possible. Zhalfirin Void is great if you can slide one in.
3 months ago
Trying to add more card draw
3 months ago
Okay so after play testing your deck against my friend's human deck I've got some more suggestions. I don't think the Mind Stone and Sea Gate Wreckage are necessary. With this being a colorless deck, the mind stone is really only there for card draw, and there's better card draw ie Endbringer albeit a little bit slower and mid-late game. Though maybe I'm wrong in that aspect, as the biggest problem I have with my deck is it runs out of steam and then I rely on top-decking.
Ratchet Bomb and Oblivion Stone are essentially doing the same thing here, but either one can be better than the other in certain situations. Ratchet Bomb does great against tokens/other 0 cost cards and even against 1, 2, and 3 cost mana caps AND doesn't particularly hurt you much because all of your high cost creatures. Ratchet bomb can just be a little slow. As for oblivion stone, it's better for you IF you can get fate counters on all the biggies you want to protect. Of course, you could just protect one biggie (or none if you have an Ulamog). I know you can just clear the board, and save one biggie. But I've found that Ratchet Bomb and Oblivion Stone play an important role, just not in every situation. Maybe consider sideboarding one or the other?
I used to run Conduit of Ruin for the tutor, but I hated how slow it was and that the Conduit quickly became a target because of the discount. It's not a bad card, but I think you have enough big bois that you don't necessarily NEED to tutor for them. Which brings me to my final point.
While you do have a ton of big bois, it can be difficult to get more than one of them out, and at least against the decks I've played against in the past, they can be quite vulnerable to creature hate. Having some smaller creatures to sacrifice or overwhelm your opponent with is never a bad idea.
All in all, I think you've got something nice here. If you can get an annihilator out on turn 4 or even 5, the opponent usually doesn't have much to sacrifice anyway, and its gg. I may consider adding annihilator after this. Hope I was able to help :)
4 months ago
So far your main game plan seems to be a split of Multani voltron and a tiny sprinkle of landfall effects. Since you are already planning on ramping to increase Multani's power, why not include a big enough force of stompy green creatures?
Cards like Arbor Colossus, Ant Queen, Thragtusk, Endbringer, Hydra Omnivore, Silvos, Rogue Elemental, Elderscale Wurm, Rampaging Brontodon... just adding a decent number of these would help diversify your angle of attack.
You could also include some X-spells as late game haymakers. Gelatinous Genesis, Genesis Wave, Squall Line and Hurricane (You'd probably be safe if you have cards like Miren, the Moaning Well with your commander, of course you should have Life from the Loam to recur it!).
4 months ago
Meishin, the Mind Cage is freaking hilarious as you negate armies and only your guys can cause damage. 1 point at a time.
Endbringer occurrence in decks from the last year
All decks: 0.04%
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%