Gonti, Lord of Luxury

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Kaladesh (KLD) Rare

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Gonti, Lord of Luxury

Legendary Creature — Aetherborn Rogue

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When Gonti, Lord of Luxury enters the battlefield, look at the top four cards of target opponent's library, exile one of them face down, then put the rest on the bottom of that library in a random order. For as long as that card remains exiled, you may look at it, you may cast it, and your may spend mana as though it were mana of any type to cast it.

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Gonti, Lord of Luxury Discussion

ericchen2003 on Alesha's Bag of Catmix and Death

3 days ago

Nice list. I also play Alesha EDH. Some cards you are missing that could be fun to play are Gonti, Lord of Luxury (annoying card), Key to the City, Master of Cruelties, Lightning Greaves (most commanders need this), Anger, Zulaport Cutthroat, Mindclaw Shaman (another annoying card), and also Ayli, Eternal Pilgrim. There are many other great combos for Alesha but I can see they might not suit this deck.

Murphy77 on Plundering Pirates

6 days ago

I like Dead Man's Chest and Vona's Hunger for this deck. I went with a splash of white so that I could add Angel of Condemnation, and once per turn flicker Hostage Taker or Gonti, Lord of Luxury.

Sephestal on Grixis Pirating Pirates

1 week ago

Admiral Beckett Brass works pretty good for me, its ability triggers more often that you may think, the deck have a bunch of evasive creatures that help with that, but sometimes you will be winning before you steal something, you win more often for the creatures that tries to trigger the ability.

But if you want to go for more steals for Hostage Taker and Gonti, Lord of Luxury you can remove the admiral and Entrancing Melody/2 Opt and use Siren's Ruse

Murphy77 on Grixis Pirating Pirates

1 week ago

How does Admiral Beckett Brass work for you? Without him, I would tend to go with Take them hostage and try to get more steals from Hostage Taker and Gonti, Lord of Luxury

VietMoneys on Shadow Priestess

1 week ago

Stumbled across your deck and had a blast checking it out. I don't know how I've never seen Ayli before, but she seems really fun to play.

I know my advice is unsolicited here, but I had a few ideas that popped into my head right away that I can't resist sharing.

First of all, Bojuka Bog. Such a low opportunity cost, and it can single-handedly HOSE some decks. Absolute must.

Also, Vona, Butcher of Magan seems like a great fit for this deck. A bit of redundancy on your commander's ability, plus lifegain synergy.

I think high-toughness creatures like the walls are not the ideal use of these card slots. Adding creatures with strong ETB or LeaveTB effects will make this deck much more efficient in the long run, especially if you're gaining life through other means (like lifelink). Plus, they synergize wonderfully with Mikaeus! Consider Solemn Simulacrum, Kor Cartographer, Academy Rector, Karmic Guide, Sun Titan, Gonti, Lord of Luxury, etc. For that matter, Rune-Scarred Demon and Sidisi, Undead Vizier are always amazing too.

Anyhow, hope you have fun playing this deck. Happy Commandering out there!

Hyperalgialysis on Mono Blue Fish Mill

1 week ago

Try black first. Duress and Harsh Scrutiny can slow the opponent down some, Yahenni's Expertise is a good early sweeper. Bontu's Last Reckoning is good if they get big too quickly for you. Essence Extraction is amazing against aggro due to the life gain, as is Consign / Oblivion. If budget is a non issue, Fatal Push and Vraska's Contempt. If it is an issue, Never / Return and Hour of Glory both work well enough. As far as some alternate win conditions, Torment of Scarabs and Torment of Hailfire are really good. Metallurgic Summonings and Gonti, Lord of Luxury.

Kaneki___Ken on Kurkesh or Daretti?

1 week ago

Hey guys. As some of you may know I'm making a Stitcher Geralf deck and its been going very well. Current list isn't updated because I haven't had all the time I need, but its been good enough that I decided to work on another deck. I've decided to make a deck in each of the mono-colors and already have a Gonti, Lord of Luxury deck to go along with my Stitcher Geralf deck, and have decided to do my favorite color in MTG, but have always been to scared to try, Mono-Red.

We all know Mono-Red is with Mono-White on terms of strength and neither are the best, but I'm a pyromancer and artificer at heart. These two generals I have lying around, after my brother decided he didn't like his daretti LD deck (THANK GOD), and another just from packing it, and I can't decide between the two.

Kurkesh, Onakke Ancient:

Pros:

Underplay compared to Daretti and I love me an underplayed general

Rings of Brightheart in the command zone? Uh... sure.

Can easily incoporate Daretti into the deck as a support card

Cons:

Boltable

Seems to have a fragile deck

More one directional

Daretti, Scrap Savant

Pros:

Most popular red commander for a reason. Very strong

A planeswalker as a commander is badass.

I love looting so hell yeah +2~

Cons:

Is a planeswalker (very doubleedged sword here)

Popular and can be hated for fear its a STAX or LD deck

Popular but for a different reason, I'm not the biggest fan of the most popular commanders and I like to go off the beaten path.

Anyone have any advice?

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