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Creature — Elf Warrior
Multikicker (You may pay an additional any number of times as you cast this spell.)
Joraga Warcaller enters the battlefield with a +1/+1 counter on it for each time it was kicked.
Other Elf creatures you control get +1/+1 for each +1/+1 counter on Joraga Warcaller.
Joraga Warcaller Discussion
3 days ago
Hello xFatalxKombat, I really like the deck and I'm sure it will be a lot of fun to play. Nevertheless, I have some comments. You have 2x Elvish Archdruid in the deck, as a replacement I would like to suggest you:
If you like, you can take a look at my eflen deck, it follows a very similar game plan. Marwyn, Queen of Elves (EDH)
4 weeks ago
Nice Deck, Seems pretty solid, I would just consider adding some of the following tribal cards
- Joraga Warcaller
- Immaculate Magistrate
- Ezuri, Renegade Leader
- Timberwatch Elf
- Wirewood Symbiote
- Heritage Druid
- Wirewood Channeler
- Dwynen's Elite
- Kindred Dominance
- Coat of Arms
- Emerald Medallion
- Urza's Incubator
I would also consider removing some of the elves and artifacts that don't directly benefit elves, and are simply there because they are "good." Stick with the theme: Elves. If you find any of this helpful I would appreciate it if you upvoted my deck: Double Trouble EDH! Thanks, hope this helps!
1 month ago
Oh wow. I just realized the potential of Vitalize in combo with Immaculate Magistrate (which already combos with Joraga Warcaller ). With the small splash of red I'm considering, Fires of Yavimaya becomes a speed-up possibility too. And Apollo_Paladin, your deck Tae'rin Terror (Elf Zerg) is awesome, by the way. I'm going to have so much fun looking there for ideas, and not just for this deck.
3 months ago
We gave your request a lot of thought. Our main objective was to keep the spirit of the deck the same. So we decided to try and find replacements for the more expensive cards while keeping the original thought of the replaced cards alive. Naturally this would mean we would end up with cards that are either slightly less effective at what the expensive cards do, or they have a higher CMC, or both.
Almost all replacements we have chosen cost below 1 dollar. Some of the replaced cards are cards we do not own, so we decided not to post a new deck as we only do so when we own all the cards in it. So, here is a list of the replacements we would make in order to turn this into a less expensive deck:
- Forest for all the non-basic lands
- Hermit of the Natterknolls Flip for Beast Whisperer
- Ivy Lane Denizen for Bloodspore Thrinax
- End-Raze Forerunners for Craterhoof Behemoth
- Wirewood Channeler for Elvish Archdruid
- Skullwinder for Eternal Witness
- Rushwood Herbalist for Ezuri, Renegade Leader
- Evolutionary Leap for Fauna Shaman
- Elfhame Druid for Fyndhorn Elves
- Deadly Recluse for Hornet Queen
- Dwynen, Gilt-Leaf Daen for Joraga Warcaller
- Ant Queen for Mycoloth
- Nullmage Advocate for Nullmage Shepherd
- Centaur Rootcaster for Oracle of Mul Daya
- Thunderfoot Baloth for Pathbreaker Ibex
- Mul Daya Channelers for Priest of Titania
- Initiate's Companion for Quirion Ranger
- Runic Armasaur for Regal Force
- Yavimaya Elder for Sakura-Tribe Elder
- Llanowar Scout for Sakura-Tribe Scout
- Deathgorge Scavenger for Scavenging Ooze
- Fyndhorn Brownie for Scryb Ranger
- Rampaging Baloths for Seedborn Muse (we know, not quite the same functions)
- Archetype of Endurance for Asceticism
- Overrun for Beastmaster Ascension
- Abundance for Burgeoning / Exploration
- Beast Within for Song of the Dryads
- Nature's Claim for Krosan Grip
- Vitalize for Benefactor's Draught
- Shared Summons for Green Sun's Zenith / Genesis Wave
- Mask of Avacyn for Lightning Greaves / Swiftfoot Boots
- Sol Ring for Worn Powerstone
We were not able to find suitable replacements (i.e.: cards that would do the same thing but be slightly less effective at it) for the following cards:
- Vorinclex, Voice of Hunger
- Concordant Crossroads
- Mirri's Guile
- Quest for Renewal
- Heroic Intervention
- Worldly Tutor
- Freyalise, Llanowar's Fury
- Lifecrafter's Bestiary
- Sensei's Divining Top
- Umbral Mantle
So if you have any suggestions for these, please let us know. For now, we hope we helped you a bit to make a cheaper version of our deck. Have fun brewing it!
Mrs. and Mr. NV_1980
5 months ago
Generally yes, but this deck isn't ramping to some big creature or spell, it's mainly built around lords with some possibility to go wide with certain spells. If you start with a Joraga Warcaller Elvish Clancaller Elvish Archdruid and Immaculate Magistrate in hand then Warcaller can be 7/7 on turn 5, 9/7 with trample if you drop Rancor on him that turn, while also giving every other Elf +4/+4 with another +2/+2 from the other lords. A bit slow for some people sure, but I don't build my decks intending to win on turn 3. Obviously that's an ideal starting hand but as long as you have a Warcaller and Magistrate plus elves you can play on turn 2 and 3 then the result is largely the same.
6 months ago
it's a shame Mana Echoes is not modern legal
Draconic Roar if you are going for direct damage or burn?
Silumgar's Scorn is a modern legal counterspell!
7 months ago
Monomanamaniac: The issue with Joraga Warcaller is that it doesn't do anything the deck wants. We are never trying to win through combat because of how fragile it is in a competitive scene. With the exception of Selvala, Heart of the Wilds , Marwyn, the Nurturer , and perhaps Yeva, Nature's Herald herself (commander damage in a pinch?), I don't really care about the power and toughness of my creatures.
The deck's primary goal is two things: Get infinite mana and an outlet for that mana. Yeva enables the combos at instant speed to make them harder to interact with.
Elvish Piper : Beyond awesome and used to make my Great Oak Guardian and Temur Sabertooth lines cost 3 mana to go infinite. I also loved its ability to bring things out at instant speed without worrying about them being countered. As the deck became more and more optimized, Elvish Piper started feeling too narrow, so it inevitably didn't make the cut. It fell into the "fun card" category, but not optimized, so it ultimately had to be cut.
Heroic Intervention : is great for wrath effects, but the only wrath-like effects I encounter now are Cyclonic Rift and Toxic Deluge . However, the most important thing to note with this deck is that all Wrath effects are sorcery speed, beyond a couple rocks and dorks our field never looks menacing enough to boardwipe it, since we always play our pivotal combo pieces at the end of your opponent's turn. When we are boardwiped, I usually tap out all my dorks and float the mana, wait for priority to shift to me after it resolves and cast Yeva, which allows us outvalue sorcery speed wipes. This is also the reason my pod has moved away from wrath effects. The hexproof is as relevant as the Pro UB from Autumn's Veil .
7 months ago
Good point though, the druid rellies on elves. Joraga Warcaller would probably work well here, Elvish Piper isn't terrible and combos with Fauna Shaman pretty well. Heroic Intervention is one of the best cards printed in green. Overall it's a great deck though, I'm just a huge fan of elves in general and love seeing yava being represented.
Joraga Warcaller occurrence in decks from the last year
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All decks: 0.01%