Ghired, Conclave Exile
Legendary Creature — Human Shaman
When Ghired, Conclave Exile enters the battlefield, create a 4/4 green Rhino creature token with trample.
Whenever Ghired attacks, populate. The token enters the battlefield tapped and attacking. (To populate, create a token that's a copy of a creature token you control.)
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|Commander 2019 (C19)||Mythic Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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Ghired, Conclave Exile Discussion
1 month ago
1) I'm not at all surprised but I appreciate that commander players are so quick to gush about their favorites- and in this case, try to help other people find their guy.
2) I will throw in some suggestions myself, though I will stress once again that Magic, and especially the commander format is incredibly individual.
Ghired, Conclave Exile is an excellent example of lenticular design- a card that new players can appreciate at face value but more experienced players can break in clever ways.
Dwynen, Gilt-Leaf Daen can head up a cool elf deck. Tribal is cool for newer players, and they also tend to place a lot of value in gaining life.
For a stronger and sexier tribal deck, maybe take a look at Syr Gwyn, Hero of Ashvale. I know you said it should probably be 1-2 colors but hear me out, she's got a lot going for her. New players, in general, like to feel like they're doing stuff all the time. They also like being able to attack with strong creatures and make huge plays. I think the Gwyn is an excellent mix of the two, combining low-to-the-ground knights with long game card draw and strong equipment. Beyond that, knights have a strong, established flavor and it feels cool to be at the helm of an army of knights. She'd be my pick.
Jor Kadeen, the Prevailer could also be a fun equipment general. I would normally suggest Nazahn, Revered Bladesmith, but new players tend not to think ahead to what they want to tutor up and that is not so good for gameplay.
And finally, if your kid is more into enchantments, I would personally suggest Siona, Captain of the Pyleas. Auras are fun to use and GW are the best colors with which to use them.
1 month ago
Keesfralick ,i am not really a good commander player, but i think there isnt such think as a competitive deck below 5000$, like i saw some ppl playing competitive edh, and they just were racing to who will do flashhulk first, but i think you mean like "will this deck win me games with the old time regulars at my local game store", and yes it will, good Ghired, Conclave Exile deck may be about as strong as an Atraxa, Praetors' Voice deck.
1 month ago
One of the greatest underlooked aspects of Ghired, Conclave Exile is his ability to totally bone pillowfort's. I love giving less of a crap about Ghostly Prison. I almost made a Pillowfort Hate tribal deck with Ghired, Ilharg, & tons of enchant/artifact hate just because..... I attacks who I wants
3 months ago
Nice list! Shields of Velis Vel seems like it'd be fun in response to a boardwipe. You might like these too: Shivan Harvest , Dark-Dweller Oracle , Runed Stalactite , Amorphous Axe , Second Harvest , Parallel Evolution , Magewright's Stone , Thousand-Year Elixir , Hua Tuo, Honored Physician , Ghired, Conclave Exile , Rootborn Defenses , Song of the Worldsoul , Wake the Reflections , Bloodspore Thrinax
3 months ago
Two new cards form C19 come to mind: Ghired, Conclave Exile makes obscure 4/4 Rhino tokens. Idol of Oblivion creates a 10/10 Eldrazi token. Get one of those on the field, then use Brudiclad to make an army of them, and smile manically.
3 months ago
Commander / EDH*
SCORE: 1 | 87 VIEWS | IN 1 FOLDER
If CHAOS was meant as a Casual Favor, then nobody would try & exploit its full power. Jhoira of the Ghitu , Captain of the Weatherlight WILL make you beg to differ. With Izzet League colors, & the intelligence even The Con's Clave would make an exception to their Unthinkable Natural Laws against Identity, & would like to learn from Jhoira, & not any other colored individual. Jhoira is Well-Rounded, Intelligent, Cunning, even Self-Centered is something The Con's Clave doesn't think of with The Izzet League, which is seen as The Con's Clave as their Prime Enemy for their "Problem Solving". But does Jhoira of the Ghitu get crazier than even what is left of the aligned Guild?
1: The deck is already at 100 cards, so all we need to do is Replace; Not Add to or Cut from, Replace a card w/ another entirely. Which ones?
2: & are the best colors for CHAOS, & Jhoira has both. What CHAOS cards would you think would work in this deck w/ a Suspend Subtheme also?
3 FINAL: Think about your choices. Think to yourself: (Will Card A have an impact that's bigger than a Nuclear Bomb on Cards B, C, D, etc. (HUGE impact on the whole Game.), or Smaller than choosing Pinball (NES) over CONTRA (Remember, 1988 was more costly than even 2020, where what we have now, is very likely to be more affordable. Basically a 1-Video-Game per Year Clause.)? (Too Little of an impact to do much.). Next, think about Flaxen Intruder as "Evil Goldilocks". Her Flavor Text alone should ask: What Card is Not Too Strong, Not Too Weak, but just Right? Out of exclusively CHAOS cards in //, which cards have a balanced CHAOS ratio than can still make the deck work outside of Casual Gaming?
Oh, BTW: here is the analysis for the Evil Goldilocks Effect : Grip of Chaos : Too HOT! (This card makes every play, & every effect unpredictable, thus it should be wise to only take Random Effects to a controllable environment.) -> (Just Right.) <- Too Cold... Conundrum Sphinx (Too weak for a 6-cost, & just using it's effect may as well be a "Draw one card" effect & nothing else.) This should be a guide in case any of you want to use...
Any suggestions must include a card to replace with. Besides that, what do you suggest? I'll be waiting...
3 months ago
Oh for sure, I believe in redistribution of parity to break stalemates & get the game moving. If you see a potential for a slow lock developing then definitely break it. As the dude above says, that makes sense. I'm more of a fan of the type of chaos that doesn't reset the game to another square 1 state... things like Thieves' Auction where you get advantage (first pick), everyone keeps tokens, you screw over whatever single-player overextends, you still maintain an advantage OR one player gets hindered more than others... that type of stuff. That being said have you ever thought of Thieves' Auction for Ghired, Conclave Exile ? :)
4 months ago
I don't think a commander can ever be 'completed' or 'figured out' just due to the endless combinations and power levels available in a game of edh.
I think if you mean how long does it take a commander to become competitively viable then probably 2-3 days after being spoiled on average, however since the number of commanders who fall into this category is limited it is less relevant. A commander like Ghired, Conclave Exile is never going to be a competitive commander, and therefore the pressure is off to 'break' it or to optimise it as the people playing it are not aiming for that outcome for the deck anyway. In this respect, a commander is never solved or optimised.