Homura, Human Ascendant
Legendary Creature — Human Monk
Homura, Human Ascendant can't block.
When Homura is put into a graveyard from the battlefield, return it to the battlefield flipped.
Creatures you control get +2/+2 and have flying and ": This creature gets +1/+0 until end of turn."
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|Saviors of Kamigawa (SOK)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Homura, Human Ascendant Discussion
3 weeks ago
These are some combo pieces and targets to throw that are notable that you are missing. Throwing Angel of Serenity in response to its trigger leaves the 3 targets in exile forever. Sun Titan loops with a sacrifice outlet with the Gift of Immorality you already have or Fiend Hunter or Angelic Renewal. I have a Brion deck as well, although it is the deck I play the least so i have traded out of it a lot since the days it was more powerful.
You will also want Gilded Lotus over some of the lower impace mana rocks there. Hanweir Battlements and Flamekin Village are good lands for granting haste. Rogue's Passage is amazing. High Market for getting rid of some creature you have taken. Sunhome, Fortress of the Legion and Slayers' Stronghold are also incredible.
2 months ago
Outlaws' Merriment seems perfect. Also Krav, the Unredeemed and Regna, the Redeemer seem like it fits. Vigilante Justice might be fun. Maybe Commander's Authority. Elspeth, Sun's Nemesis should deserve a look. Another cool card would be Gallows at Willow Hill. If you think you can make enough human tokens take a good look at Devout Chaplain. Keep the tokens coming with Hanweir Garrison. Homura, Human Ascendant Flip needs a sac outlet. Good thing your Cmdr has a sac outlet. Requiem Angel and Xathrid Necromancer both benefit from creatures dying. And since we are talking about creatures dying why not add Dictate of Erebos and Grave Pact and Butcher of Malakir.
5 months ago
This is rad! You might like these: Summoner's Egg , Clone Shell , Knollspine Dragon , Heartless Hidetsugu , Homura, Human Ascendant , Heartstone , Illusionist's Bracers , Twinflame , Minion Reflector , Shifting Shadow , Heirloom Blade , Changeling Berserker , Colfenor's Urn , Synod Sanctum , Lifeline , Cauldron of Souls
7 months ago
If you are choosing only from the ones you have listed I suppose Homura, Human Ascendant would be most on theme for the deck. Although I think Neheb, Dreadhorde Champion would be a better mono red option.
7 months ago
I have the 99 but i can't think of a good or even decent commander. I was thinking of Homura, Human Ascendant , Torbran, Thane of Red Fell , Jiwari, the Earth Aflame , Neheb, the Eternal , or Purphoros, God of the Forge
10 months ago
I was really excited to see a deck built around Homura, Human Ascendant ....
11 months ago
Well it looks sick. I've decided on Homura, Human Ascendant for my leader, But Drak will definitely be in that deck for some needed removal. Best of luck!
1 year ago
Rule 706.8: When copying a double-faced permanent, a face-up meld card, or a melded permanent, only the copiable values of the face that’s currently up are copied. (See rule 711, “Double-Faced Cards,” and rule 712, “Meld Cards.”)
Question 2: You get an unflipped version of the permanent. The status of being flipped is not a "copiable value" defined by Rule 706.2.
This rule creates some interesting implications. Hypothetically, let's say there's a flip card that's the opposite of Homura, Human Ascendant--it starts as an enchantment, and becomes a creature. You could equip Helm of the Host to the creature (the flipped version), but the token that's created will be the enchantment.
Since flip cards are unlikely to return, we will probably never see this specific rule irregularity. However, it does can occur with planeswalkers like Gideon of the Trials--if you equip the Helm to Gideon when transformed, you get a planeswalker token.