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Creature — Eldrazi
Endless One enters the battlefield with X +1/+1 counters on it.
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Endless One Discussion
1 week ago
So two questions, ultimately.
Are you counting cards that make people lost the game as an alt win con? If so, Triskaidekaphobia would fit in.
Second, and the more important, question, how far into jank would you be willing to go? If you include any wish effects and side with the casual ruling of it, you could accomplish more win-con cards. For example:
Activate Spawnsire of Ulamog's second ability, cast a load of Endless Ones for zero, and win off Mortal Combat, or cast any other eldrazi numerous times, Hallowed Burial them all, and win with battle of wits again.
The whole wishboard ruling will really depend on your playgroup (if you're interested, of course)
Also, if you're interested in trying for Barren Glory again, you could maybe go for a Possessed Portal. You can sac it to itself after it's eaten the required field and hand without worry of it eating barren glory itself, and it'll chew through all that pretty quickly.
I love the deck though! I'd also recommend Divine Intervention if it wasn't so crazy expensive money wise.
1 week ago
4 weeks ago
It's a replacement effect. Ghostly Prison is saying "Okay, you wanna attack? Pay "
You're going: "Nah, I'll pay instead."
As long as you can pay , it works. Paying is a totally valid option.
Consider the following: You have an Ugin, the Spirit Dragon and are up against a mass green token generator.
You decide to -X and hose every token out there, but with their CMC being equal to , you can legitimately remove zero loyalty counters and do it.
You may also pay into an Endless One if you so choose. It'll die when it enters due to state based actions, but you could.
I COULD pay and save my Bois, or I could refuse to pay and they all die. If I refuse to pay , they die and my cumulative triggers wreak havoc across the entire game.
So yes, this idea still works. You are allowed to pay unless otherwise specified.
2 months ago
next time, be sure to link the cards in your question.
unfortunately, this does not work. triggered abilities start with "when", "whenever", or "at". Endless One's ability does not start with any of those, so it is not considered a triggered ability.
5hadao on GOT GREEN?
2 months ago
Made a quick change up...
Oh what have I done???hahahaha
2 months ago
I think your mana curve is going to be the biggest problem with this deck. Rakdos, Lord of Riots can go a long way toward reducing the cost of casting creatures, but you're putting an awfully large burden on the poor guy. A full fifth of your deck has a converted mana cost of 6+. Each and every one of these is going to be a dead draw in the early game; most are going to be dead draws later, since your hand will already have been flooded with other creatures you want to play.
I would recommend cutting a bunch of your larger creatures, and focus on the ones that really make a difference. Some I would certainty keep Emrakul, the Promised End, Kozilek, Butcher of Truth, and Steel Hellkite.
You should cut Kozilek, the Great Distortion--you do not have enough lands that produce to cast it consistently.
I would cut endless one Endless One. Yes, you can potentially cast it for an obscenely high P/T--but it still is a vanilla creature. Lacking trample, its utility is questionable.
Those are just my initial thoughts--I have not playtested the deck (or the commander in general) enough to know what works and what does not.
I would also cut all three planeswalkers. While the direct damage/life loss they provide is pretty nifty, they come out a bit late and are not cost-reduced by Rakdos.
I'm going to try to focus the rest of my post on some lower-mana cards you can use to replace high-costed cards you cut. However, I wanted to first mention Neheb, the Eternal--a card that has great synergy with your commander's battleplan.
Here are some other goodies to consider:
Chaos Warp: Red and Black have a terrible time with artifacts and enchantments--this is one of the few playable options Rakdos has for these threats.
Dark Ritual: One of the best Black cards ever printed.
Necropotence: One of the best cards of any colour ever printed--there's a reason it is banned in Legacy and restricted in Vintage.
Vial Smasher the Fierce: An early creature to play that becomes incredibly threatening once you start dropping 6+ mana creatures (particularly since then you get to cast even more creatures with that additional damage).
2 months ago
Also, the larger Eldrazis that aren't titans usually don't draw enough attention to get countered or removed immediately, and even when they do, it means you have one less removal spell to worry about.
3 months ago
I'm looking to make a RBG Commander/EDH deck. While searching for a commander I thought Xira Arien looked interesting, however I am planning on running Endless One in the deck as part of a infinite mana combo. Is this legal or should I look for a different commander?