Ethersworn Adjudicator

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Custom Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Commander 2016 (C16) Mythic Rare
Conflux (CON) Mythic Rare

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Ethersworn Adjudicator

Artifact Creature — Vedalken Knight

Flying

, : Destroy target creature or enchantment.

: Untap Ethersworn Adjudicator.

Ethersworn Adjudicator Discussion

Jayd0nlink on Oh, You Wanted to Play Magic?

3 months ago

Alright hkhssweiss, so I have updated and edited my deck a bit, and I wanted to see what you thought. Here are the cards I took out:

And these are the cards I put in:

Anyway, if you could tell me what you think, that would be great. And again, thanks for all of your help hkhssweiss!

hkhssweiss on Oh, You Wanted to Play Magic?

3 months ago

Yeah I would cut those cards, as the main point of the deck by what you are doing so far is to play cards from your opponent. Having an artifact sub theme is good, but in the way in having mana and accelerating your boardstate. You can also add in a Master Transmuter to protect or cheat out your artifacts as well.

With paradox engine out on the field you can gain an incredible amount of mana, so I would focus on tutors as well as card advantage. Engines like Mystic Remora as well as Necropotence will be great, the latter being said though would require a good mana base to get the triple black efficiently. Cantrips are also good for filtering and card draw, some staples include Ponder , Preordain , Brainstorm for the basic one drop spells. If you don't like one shot cards than run more effects like Windfall to refill your hand.

Some additional cards that would be great for Sen are also cards like Delay , Remand , Unsubstantiate , Evacuation , Hurkyl's Recall , Snap . All of these types of cards allow you to remove threats and play them again when you take control of their hands.

For recursion based cards you also have cards like Argivian Find , Argivian Archaeologist , Hannah, Ship's Navigator, Faith's Reward in the case of people popping everything or preventative measures. You can also consider a subtheme of adding in planeswalker, as they are generally hard to deal with, and especially with the next set coming out, there are plenty of great choices to choose from.

Here are a list of cards you can consider cutting in my opinion:

Hope that helps!

Motys on Yennett All Odds, No Evens

4 months ago

So first iteration of my yenett deck was put to the test. 3 games, 3 wins. Worth mentioning i'm playing only in paper and that our LGS is small and deck are rather casual (i believe strongest decks are like 6/10 in term of power). We tend to play long games. My build runs 38 lands (21 basics, 1 fetch), and 10 even cards. Cannot provide decklist yet. My build isn't very focused on single target removal. Thou i need to add some removal for enchantments/artifacts. No Future Sight, Sensei, Soothsaying. Rise of the Dark Realms, Anguished Unmaking i have in other decks.

Even cards are : Strionic Resonator (damn this one is strong), Swiftfoot Boots , some 2cmc mana rocks, Supreme Verdict , Wrath of God , Smothering Tithe (Can this get ban already?), Overwhelming Denial .

Since this is "casual", only wheel effect im running along this Smothering Tithe is Dark Deal .

Liliana Vess performed really well. I don't have Animatou. Jace, the Mind Sculptor is probably fine addition to the deck. Dream Cache is probably better than Frantic Search? Living Death is too risky in my opinion.

To protect myself and yenett i'm running packet of : Propaganda , Ghostly Prison , Sphere of Safety , Shielded by Faith , Karmic Justice , Bastion Protector

Ethersworn Adjudicator was really good in my games.

Counterspell package: Stubborn Denial , Disallow , Overwhelming Denial .

Fun's over pack : Time Warp , Temporal Mastery

Examples of odd cards im running: Herald of Leshrac , Artisan of Kozilek , Brilliant Ultimatum , Pathrazer of Ulamog , Blatant Thievery , Void Winnower , Inkwell Leviathan , Mind's Dilation , Teysa, Envoy of Ghosts , Platinum Angel , Angelic Arbiter

If You want to improve Yenett and make deck real nasty , extra turn spells are probably way to go (Nexus of Fate might be really strong). Old Ulamog and New Emrakul are also Odd cards. Magister Sphinx , Enigma Sphinx , Mother of Runes , Iona, Approach of the Second Sun can also be very good.

Hope this helps a little and i'll see another Yenett video on the channel :D

hkhssweiss on Breya Artifacts Deck

5 months ago

Here might be some possible cuts you can consider:

  • Ethersworn Adjudicator - It's an heavy mana investment and can be easily stopped the turn you cast it
  • Sphinx Summoner - Really expensive tutor when there are better alternatives
  • Beacon of Unrest - Doesn't really fir the theme of the deck, and you have other ways to recur stuff
  • Scourglass - Too slow for a boardwipe, and telegraphed easily as well. Good for bait I guess, but at 5 CMC not worth
  • Panharmonicon - More of an win more card, better alternatives

Hope that helps!

carpecanum on Flickershit

9 months ago

I have noticed that this is the ONLY planeswalker that people let go off for their ultimate. Steel Golem is hilarious.

Ethersworn Adjudicator and Magister Sphinx

Torquoal on Sen Triplets old

1 year ago

Yo! Cool deck, I really like some of the spicy inclusions like the Quicksilver amulet to efficiently drop all these esper fatties onto the battlefield at instant speed.

One thing I would say is that even with a few early draw fixers like Brainstorm and Land Tax and 7 mana rocks that cost 2 or less, 30 lands is a pretty dangerously low number to run unless your group still plays Paris mulligans. That number is only really matched by some top-tier tuned cEDH decks that normally run 10+ cantrips and 10+ 2 or fewer cost mana-rocks. For the sake of hitting land drops consistently, I would definitely advise cutting at least 4 or 5 or two of the less impactful top-end creatures and spells for some land inclusions, if not more. The easiest cuts that stand out to me are Indomitable Archangel, Ethersworn Adjudicator, Platinum Angel as big creatures that don't have as strong an impact on board as some others. In addition without too many fetches to easily shuffle your library Scroll Rack isn't really shining as it could and could probably be cut.

I'm sure you have more experience with what pulls its weight and what doesn't than I do, but I would totally suggest trying to cram at least 4 or 5 more lands in there, if not more.

Good luck with the deck! Some really cool stuff here.

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