Legendary Creature — Cat Warrior
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Jedit Ojanen Discussion
2 years ago
Lair of the Robaran
General's Home: Hunding Gjornersen or Jedit Ojanen
Lair of the Robaran enters the Battlefield tapped.
: Add to your mana pool.: Target creature must be assigned to block target attacking creature you control if able. If your creature is White, it gains First Strike until the end of the turn. If your creature is Blue, all creatures that block it get -1/-0 until the end of the turn.
This idea synergizes more with Hunding than Jedit, but the concept is still there.
Let's expand the challenge. Let's make an Artifact that acts as a co-commander (Equipment optional). Same idea as the 'General's Home', but not a land.
3 years ago
3 years ago
These are all the Azorius commanders I could find that weren't in your list: Ayesha Tanaka, Gosta Dirk, Hunding Gjornersen, Ith, High Arcanist, Jedit Ojanen, Kasimir the Lone Wolf, and Tobias Andrion.
These are all the Selesnya commanders I could find that weren't in your list: Daughter of Autumn, Gabriel Angelfire, Jasmine Boreal, Kei Takahashi, Lady Caleria, Lord Magnus, Sir Shandlar of Eberyn, and Torsten Von Ursus.
These are all the Orzhov commanders I could find that weren't in your list: Selenia, Dark Angel.
These are all the Boros commanders I could find that weren't in your list: Munda, Ambush Leader.
These are all the Grixis commanders I could find that weren't in your list: Mishra, Artificer Prodigy.
These are all the Jund commanders I could find that weren't in your list: Bartel Runeaxe.
These are all the Naya commanders I could find that weren't in your list: Jacques le Vert.
These are all the Five-Colored commanders I could find that weren't in your list: Atogatog.
3 years ago
Panas: I've been playing FNM at a certain shop where the environment is completely degenerate. We grinded through a game for 2 hours because some guy kept recurring a counterspell with Voidmage Prodigy and Derevi, Empyrial Tactician until he drew the single win condition in his deck. Honestly, I get hated out all the time because I play a different deck every week and the determining factor seems to be whether they've seen your deck or not. You could show up with Jedit Ojanen and they'd kill you before Kaalia or Meren just because they never saw it before (they'd still end up losing to Kaalia or Meren). Sometimes after a night like that I come and throw together a list like this. I agree it's risky, but given the judgment calls of the players there (there was a Freyalise that let Umezawa's Jitte sit on the board for the entire game) I doubt they'd even have the removal ready. Incidentally I don't actually like playing straight combo decks like this much. It's really fun to brainstorm and pull a win out with, but I prefer a straight up fight.
3 years ago
I am tempted to make a deck now with one of the legends and use only old bored cards.
4 years ago
I like the 6 Tier personally...
I think its more descriptive and it helps alleviate the issues between thinking about competitive commanders vs casual commanders. All the competitive commanders are pretty much in a league of their own and they fit in the top two tiers.
There is also seems to be two general power levels in the context of casual commanders. Eight-and-a-Half-Tails, Karlov of the Ghost Council and Kokusho, the Evening Star are significantly more powerful than other cards sitting in the 3rd/4th tier. The casual level seems to be creatures that seem interesting/fun to build a deck around though knowing they will probably be average.
The 5th and 6th Tiers are varying levels of terrible. But there is a very clear difference between Szadek, Lord of Secrets (who is not great as a commander as he's expensive and will be shot down before he can make a difference) and Jedit Ojanen who is a 7 CMC, vanilla commander.