Hope of Ghirapur

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Custom Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Aether Revolt (AER) Rare

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Hope of Ghirapur

Legendary Artifact Creature — Thopter

Flying

Sacrifice Hope of Ghirapur: Until your next turn, target player who was dealt combat damage by Hope of Ghirapur this turn can't cast noncreature spells.

Hope of Ghirapur Discussion

Destroyerbirb on List of all infinite combos 2.0

1 week ago

For me, I use a strange combo. What I use (What I have in my deck) is Tidespout Tyrant , Nettle Drone and then one of the following. - Spellbook + Hope of Ghirapur + either 1. Jhoira's Familiar 2. Foundry Inspector 3. Herald of Kozilek You play Spellbook bouncing whatnot to someone's hand, tapping Nettle Drone do deal 1 damage to each opponent. Then play Hope of Ghirapur , bouncing Spellbook to your hand, untapping Nettle Drone to tap it again to deal 1 damage to each opponent. Then Play Spellbook again, and untap Nettle Drone , tap it again, and you rinse and repeat to win. - Or Omniscience and any two artifacts/colourless non-land permanents, and do the same as above.

Hissp on Kethis, the Hidden Hand

2 weeks ago

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Mox Opal is for once you've dumped your library in your yard with Hermit Druid . Cast Hope of Ghirapur (for free!) and Mox Amber and now Mox Opal gives you 2 mana.

TypicalTimmy on Gerrard Flicks His Cards

3 weeks ago

I'm thinking you'll want to maximize on artifacts that are sacrificed in order to reap great benefit.

If you want access to some great ramp for you deck, Tooth of Ramos and Heart of Ramos will allow you to get 2 mana from them. After they are sacrificed, if Gerrard dies you get them back for free. Now I'm not sure on the technicality / legality of it, but I believe Horn of Ramos , Skull of Ramos and Eye of Ramos can also be used in your deck. Their errata text contains the mana symbols, but the physical cards do not; They list the color by name, not by identification. So I believe they are legal in all decks, regardless of colors.

Probably a few I missed but there you go.

SideBae on Yuriko V1

1 month ago

First things first: All EDH decks need ramp. Unfortunately for UB decks, most of the ramp in the game is in green or occasionally red (see Orcish Lumberjack ). That means artifacts are the way to go. I advise Dimir Signet , Talisman of Dominance and MindStone (maybe) as relatively affordable cards you can use for ramp; but since you're running Mox Diamond , I might as well mention Grim Monolith and Mox Opal . Your artifact count is a little low for the opal, though, but that may change as the deck evolves.

I see you've included Changeling Outcast . Consider running Mothdust Changeling as another evasive, one-drop ninja. Mist-Syndicate Naga and Silent-Blade Oni are excellent ninjas as well; you should at least consider Throatseeker . Baleful Strix is another creature to consider, as returning it to your hand with ninjutsu allows you to draw more than one card with it after you cast it additional times. It is also hard to block, and can make a formidable blocker on its own.

Cavern of Souls is an excellent include, if you have access to it. It's usually a lot more integral, but you'll likely be using the ninjutsu ability most of the time rather than casting your guys. Still, keep it in mind.

Preordain is good in conjunction with Ponder and Brainstorm . Treasure Cruise and Dig Through Time are also high CMC card-draw spells that are relatively easy to cast.

Running Jace, the Mind Sculptor seems good here, though he is over $100 nowadays; I must admit I am having a hard time determining the deck's budget, mostly because of the Mox Diamond and Mana Crypt . Note also that, as you're already including Sensei's Divining Top , Scroll Rack and potentially Jace, the Mind Sculptor , you can consider running Counterbalance . Counterbalance is generally a high-variance card in EDH, but I've had some success with it in the past.

Depending on your meta, Ashiok, Dream Render can be an all star. In almost every meta, Narset, Parter of Veils is an all star, especially if paired with a well-timed Windfall .

In my Tasigur, the Golden Fang deck, I run a similar combo-kill of casting Nexus of Fate repeatedly with an otherwise empty library. I use Tainted Pact to get rid of my library, running a single basic and snow basic of each type. Crafting your mana base carefully might allow you to run Tainted Pact too -- give thought to lands like Ancient Tomb , Cephalid Coliseum or Cabal Pit . If that doesn't work, Demonic Consultation with Nexus of Fate in hand is also good.

If your meta is filled with combo decks (I know mine is), Arcane Laboratory is a good option, especially since ninjutsu isn't an alternate casting cost; Mana Maze is similar. Dispel is a counter-counter spell I've found tremendously useful, especially since it can stop an opposing ad nauseum right away.

Raven's Crime seems like a good way to use up excess lands you draw.

Not sure how much I like Aether Vial in an EDH deck. Yes, your creature-curve is low and very consistent, but drawing it later in the game, especially if you're behind, has all the feel-bad-ness in the world. Maybe Leyline of Anticipation is better? It allows all your spells to go in at instant speed, flips for an extra three damage off a Yuriko, the Tiger's Shadow trigger, and can begin the game occasionally on the table for free. Yes, it is still dead if drawn late, but it isn't AS dead in that it immediately takes full effect; Aether Vial requires two or three turns to become powerful, and then only works with creatures.

Time Stretch is an extra-turn card to consider, though it may be too expensive to cast.

Invisible Stalker as another ninjutsu enabler? I'd run it over Hope of Ghirapur , though that may be a meta call.

Commandeer and Misdirection are two disruptive, high-cost instants with good alternate casting costs to consider.

Mystic Remora is good in most blue decks, especially if your opening hand is otherwise slow. Players have to either play around it, which slows the game enough for you to catch up, or play into it, which can easily make it an Ancestral Recall . I personally think it is a better card than Rhystic Study , if only because by T3 you probably want to be doing other things with your mana.

Thirst for Knowledge , Painful Truths , Chart a Course , Notion Thief and Night's Whisper are all worth considering as efficient draw-engines. Notion Thief feels especially brutal when cast as a response to an opposing Brainstorm .

Ok man -- that's all I got. Good luck with deck building!

TheBloopKing on Kethis and his (super)friends

2 months ago

Because I feel a little guilty being the 3rd Kethis deck, and not sharing this.

Kethis, the Hidden Hand + Ashnod's Altar / Krark-Clan Ironworks / Phyrexian Altar + Hope of Ghirapur after exiling 2 legendaries goes infinite. I've also added in Aluren as that also adds Saffi Eriksdotter to the combo

ive posted this also on the other top list too

TheBloopKing on The Start of a Joke [Kethis Legendary Aristocrats]

2 months ago

Because I feel a little guilty being the 3rd Kethis deck, and not sharing this.

Kethis, the Hidden Hand + Ashnod's Altar / Krark-Clan Ironworks / Phyrexian Altar + Hope of Ghirapur after exiling 2 legendaries goes infinite. I've also added in Aluren as that also adds Saffi Eriksdotter to the combo and ultimately gains you the most value.

TheBloopKing on Kethis is worse than Karador, ...

2 months ago
  • Kethis is a part of a endless combo. Karador isn't

Kethis, the Hidden Hand + Ashnod's Altar / Krark-Clan Ironworks / Phyrexian Altar + Hope of Ghirapur

Mox Amber also works with Krark-clan

  • Karador only hits 1 creature on your turn. Kethis also hits enchantments, artifacts, lands, and planeswalkers and as many as you can play

  • Karador only makes himself cost less. Kethis makes all legendaries

I will give Karador, Ghost Chieftain the fact that it costs less to make a okay-good deck. But my personal opinion is Kethis, the Hidden Hand is better substantially

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