Evil Eye of Urborg
Creature — Eye
Non-Eye creatures you control can't attack.
Whenever Evil Eye of Urborg becomes blocked by a creature, destroy that creature.
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Evil Eye of Urborg Discussion
3 months ago
I don't have to many black/red creatures, but I don't have many barbarians as well. It's difficult to decide, but that's why I'm asking.
Also, I feel like the Evil Eye of Urborg wouldn't even do well in here. Do you know of another eye creature or something that represents an eye?
3 months ago
Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky,
Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,
Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,
One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne
That's 20 cards for you there.
9 Legendary Creatures for the Fellowship of the Ring
1 Wizard (try to find a White Wizard)
4 Halflings, or whatever the closest MtG comes. Probably Kithkin.
Wingmate Roc - the Eagles
Some kind of flaming demon for the Balrog.
Storm Crow, for Saruman's spies.
Horn of Greed - Horn of Gondor
Wall of Bone - the Black Gate
A giant spider
The Sword of the King
Evil Eye of Urborg - Eye of Sauron
This is off the top of my head, but it's late and I might remember something else after sleep. I haven't actually checked your list so you might have a lot of this already.
7 months ago
What about making this into a real deck? Would be really fun to play with! Here is what I think for the creatures:
10 months ago
For clarification of the scoring categories:
Performance: How many points you win in the beat 'em ups during the tournaments. Competing decks will whack each other and the one who whacks best will be strongest in this category.
Tribeness: The obscurity of your tribe. This will be scored based on the number of creatures in your chosen tribe, how much specific tribal support they have and their overall buildability and infamy (which is why Eldrazi is such a crap choice here despite there not being many in the game)
Creativity: How well your deck utilizes your chosen tribe. I'm not interested in the best deck ever in Legacy with some Sheep thrown in (for one, I might not get the subtleties of playing it!). To score highly in this category you must use whatever means to make your deck support your chosen creatures. Combos and interactions involving your creatures are admired, from Nyx-Fleece Ram partnered with Sunbond to Evil Eye of Urborg with Inquisitor's Flail or Phyresis . Or just a deck that can fish out and get its creatures out readily for some brawling. You have all of Legacy to play with: use it! :D
1 year ago
1 year ago
And they sadly doesn't have any synergy, which would had been sort of interesting.
2 years ago
ROUND 2, everyone! Oh lordy!
Leviathans vs Gargoyles
Ever wondered whod win in a battle between Weeping Angels and Cthulu? Game One sees Stormtide Leviathan cause havoc just before Isochron Scepter /Silence halts progress, with a Simic Sky Swallower sneaking through; however, the gargoyles outnumber the leviathans and win the slugfest to lead 1-0 with 2 life left! Game Two sees Show and Tell bring in Inkwell Leviathan and Stormtide Leviathan , but backfires as the gargoyles bring out a pair of Sphere of Safety while Wakestone Gargoyle s fly over head for the victory! Gargoyles win the match 2-0 with 11 life remaining!
Thrulls vs MinotaursThe oppressed slaves versus... umm, well, cow-men! Game One sees the Minotaurs fail to launch, stuck on two lands and unable to launch the Didgeridoo as Mourning Thrull s and Thrull Champion s strike to win and go ahead 1-0 on 40 life! Game Two sees Minotaurs hit both Didgeridoo and land to come out the gate fast, racing Mourning Thrull until winning with a pair of Boros Reckoner s on 10 life, tying up at 1-1! Game Three sees a lone Thrull Parasite no match against a marauding, all-cylinders Minotaur force headed by Minotaur Aggressor and Etherium-Horn Sorcerer cascading into a Reckoner! The Minotaurs win the game with 18 life left and the match 2-1!
Aurochs vs Bringers
A battle of titanic proportions! Game One sees the Bringers lightning fast out of the game, giving the Aurochs all sorts of problems with Bringers of Red and Blue variety; despite killing off two Bringers, the Aurochs were pounded by two more and the Bringers won the first game with 18 life left to lead 1-0! Game Two sees the Aurochs put up a valiant fight by streaming an Aurochs Herd , but the Bringers work fast again and end up with four varieties of Bringer on the field at once, beating the befuddled bovines back to Burger King. Bringers win the game with 12 life and win the match 2-0!
Eyes vs Beebles
Probably one of the most confusing, absurd matchups for a bout of tribal warfare ever committed to tournament. Game One sees the Eyes zip out aggressively with Adaptive Automaton s and overwhelm the Beebles in the damage race despite Delusions of grandeurs lifegain, and the counterspells seal the fate of the weird orangey things as the Eyes takes the lead 1-0 with 10 life remaining! Game Two sees the Eyes be even more ruthless with the Beebles, with a duet from Evil Eye of Urborg smashing in the defensives lines of the Beebles (defense meaning to-be-donated 0 mana artifacts). The Eyes wins again by 10 life and win the match 2-0!
Squid vs Noggles
And for our final match of the round, Seafood versus Asses! Game One starts with a fast start with Squid-affilated Adaptive Automaton , but they get stuck on three Islands while the Noggle army grows and expands, the crucial alpha strike coming from Taurean Mauler , Noggle Bandit and other various donkeys. Noggles won the game on 9 life to lead 1-0! Game Two sees Noggle Bandit s come in a trio to attempt to outrace a swarm of Fylamarid s spawned out of a Call to the Kindred ; despite a final, punishing push from the Squid, they just lose out to the Noggles in the damage race, with the asses winning by 3 life and winning the match overall 2-0!