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Legendary Creature — Human Ally
When General Tazri enters the battlefield, you may search your library for an Ally creature card, reveal it, put it into your hand, then shuffle your library.
: Ally creatures you control get +X/+X until end of turn, where X is the number of colours among those creatures.
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General Tazri Discussion
3 days ago
The physical card representation of a creature is only a "creature" on the battlefield. When it is on the stack in the process of being cast, it is a "creature spell". In any other zone, it is a "creature card".
Example: General Tazri is a "creature" on the battlefield, a "creature spell" on the stack while it is being cast, and anywhere else, it is a "creature card".
Because General Tazri allows you to search your library, it allows you to search for a creature card, because as stated, the physical representations of the creatures are "creature cards" unless the are on the stack (creature spells) or on the battlefield (creatures).
3 days ago
Relevant exerpt from the Comprehensive Rules:
108.3 The owner of a card in the game is the player who started the game with it in his or her deck. If a card is brought into the game from outside the game rather than starting in a player’s deck, its owner is the player who brought it into the game. If a card starts the game in the command zone, its owner is the player who put it into the command zone to start the game. Legal ownership of a card in the game is irrelevant to the game rules except for the rules for ante. (See rule 407.)
Yes, an Arcane Adaptation on Allies would allow you to search your library for any creature card with General Tazri. Interestingly, you can also use Adaptation to change the creature type of your commander while they are in the command zone (say, naming Zombie and casting Gisa and Geralf for free with a Rooftop Storm), and if I am reading this correctly, an Adaptation naming Eldrazi would allow you to cast any creature you wanted with Spawnsire of Ulamog.
3 days ago
I'm not quite sure about the parametres of "creature cards you own".
1 week ago
Instead of using Child of Alara, you could use General Tazri to fetch out Mirror Entity. Seems more useful than Child, especially when you dont have a way to kill it.
1 month ago
Ok, first thing: why General Tazri? You are not gonna get its activated ability.
Second: The mana curve is way to high for 20 lands. If you want to have so many 3 and 4 cost cards you might want to put more mana or ramp in the deck.
Third: Consider more low cost allies like Highland Berserker.
1 month ago
What is his play-style? What colors does he generally play? After revisiting the Commander list I think General Tazri would be a great idea. He essentially could have two decks built. One that's Tier 1 with combo, and another that's Ally tribal casual. The decklist that is listed is $4320. The lands alone in the deck cost $1500. If you can work with functional reprints of Timetwister, Imperial Seal, and Mana Drain that will put you closer to budget, too.
1 month ago
Having more discussion around archetypes is a good idea, since the information would be beneficial to people trying to learn the strategies that separate cEDH builds from the pub-stomp versions that people are probably more familiar with.
Speculating on the discussions that you are possibly having with LabManiac_Dan and LabManiac_Sigi to determine tier rankings, it would be neat if sometime in the future a pros/cons comparative list could be developed for decks that utilize particular combos or strategies. For example: General Tazri and Sidisi, Brood Tyrant are both known for running Food Chain, so a stats list with brief pros/cons comparisons between them and other decks that use Food Chain in regards to what the commanders offer, speed, amount of interaction, resilience, alternate win-cons that each deck runs, etc. would be a convenient resource to have on hand to compliment the tier list. I know this list already takes up a significant amount of your time to maintain as it is, but I just wanted to throw the idea out there. It might make for an interesting series of Lab Maniacs discussion videos if they are looking for more video content ideas.
2 months ago
dasniper4145 I'm not sure if you are aware but due to the five colors of mana mentioned in Ramos, Dragon Engine 's activated ability, Ramos has all five colors in his mana identity, meaning that someone is permitted to play all five colors in this deck. It is the same reason that General Tazri is considered a five color commander, because she has all five colors on her card.