Konda, Lord of Eiganjo

Konda, Lord of Eiganjo

Legendary Creature — Human Samurai

Vigilance (Attacking doesn't cause this creature to tap.)

Bushido 5 (When this blocks or becomes blocked, it gets +5/+5 until end of turn.)

Konda, Lord of Eiganjo is indestructible.

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Set Rarity
Champions of Kamigawa (CHK) Rare

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Legality

Format Legality
Leviathan Legal
Unformat Legal
Limited Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Casual Legal
Vintage Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Highlander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal

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Konda, Lord of Eiganjo Discussion

seshiro_of_the_orochi on Isamaru, Hound of Konda

2 months ago

Lorewise, it was the pet of Konda, Lord of Eiganjo and his daughter Michiko Konda, Truth Seeker. The season it's a legendary creature is that literally every single rare creature in Kamigawa block was legendary.

Also, wizards kind of started recognizing "legendary" as a drawback around that time. So Isamaru demonstrated that a creature could be bigger than usual because of the drawback the legendary status meant back than (i.e. only one with the name on the battlefield, whenever any controlled a second copy, all of them died as a state-based action).

Poly_raptor on Avatar: The Last Airbender

5 months ago

Daedalus19876 thank you for the upvote!

Dragon Breath was one that I ended up cutting for a similar enchantment but you’ve made me rethink.

I think Engulf the Shore could work well actually, I hadn’t thought of that so I’ll have a look and see what I could cut.

Can you think of anything for Suki&/or the Kyoshi Tribe?

I’m also toying with the idea of adding Konda, Lord of Eiganjo as Avatar Roku

Boza on Mono-White Bad Guy

5 months ago

There have been very few MTG white villains (I can only think of Konda, Lord of Eiganjo) and very few black heroes (I can only think of Toshiro Umezawa). Going on a revenge rampage is not really a white thing to do - this charecter, philosophically would be mono black.

In terms of the card, I would probably change the static ability to be "creatures your opponents control enter the battlefield tapped".

ZendikariWol on Goodest Boy and Master

5 months ago

Okay but Pir, Imaginative Rascal and Toothy, Imaginary Friend // Gavi, Nest Warden and 2/2 Dinosaur Cat // Jiang Yanggu, Wildcrafter and Mowu, Loyal Companion // Trynn, Champion of Freedom and Silvar, Devourer of the Free // Brallin, Skyshark Rider  Flip and Shabraz, the Skyshark // Nikara, Lair Scavenger and Yannik, Scavenging Sentinel // Cazur, Ruthless Stalker and Ukkima, Stalking Shadow  Flip // All of the Companions from Ikoria // Gideon Blackblade and Trusted Pegasus // Konda, Lord of Eiganjo and Isamaru, Hound of Konda // Mother of Runes and Wall of Runes // Okay that last one was a joke but there are SO many good bois with good masters in the world of Magic. I need a thesis on what makes Haldan and Pako the best.

TypicalTimmy on Sisay CEDH

9 months ago

What I am seeing is that you have a lot of solid cards that are great in a vacuum, but not a whole lot of cards that actually work well with one-another. In others words you don't just lack combo, you also lack synergy. The issue with a deck like this is that you may be casting spells and expanding your boardstate every turn, but you aren't doing anything impactful to the game.

  • You may feel like you are going off, but really you are just playing random cards.

What you lack, overall, are bombs. You need cards that immediately threaten the presence of the game such as Craterhoof Behemoth .

However, your Commander is Captain Sisay , so I am going to suggest specifically Legendary spells. This in turn gives you synergy between your Commander and the rest of your board.

  • Avacyn, Angel of Hope ; A strictly better version of Zetalpa, Primal Dawn
  • Bow of Nylea : Increases the danger of attacking into you. Trust me, when players see this thing on the field, it immediately halts aggression
  • Dosan the Falling Leaf : Stops blue decks in their tracks
  • Ghalta, Primal Hunger : Toward the end of the game, this is effectively a 1-2 turn clock. What I mean is, if you play Ghalta after a wrath, he will take down an opponent typically in 1 or 2 attacks. If you play him before a wrath, you threaten entire boardstates as players will need to double and even triple block to absorb the damage. And if he gets countered, so what? You only paid for him, anyway. At least, in most cases
  • God-Eternal Oketra : You are running a lot of creatures. This should be main-boarded with no exceptions
  • Karametra, God of Harvests : She allows you to ramp by playing creatures. The hidden power of Karametra is that by taking lands directly from your deck, you thin your deck down. This in turn increases the probability of drawing into powerful cards sooner rather than later
  • Konda, Lord of Eiganjo : Effectively an 8/8 you can swing with and block with every turn. Just this alone makes opponents rethink attacks because they know they will lose at least one thing. This means they must attack with two creatures, knowing at least one will die
  • Linvala, Keeper of Silence : Snuffs out creature-focused combo decks
  • Odric, Lunarch Marshal : Overall a powerful synergy piece once your boardstate is robust enough
  • Parhelion II : Solid boardstate generator
  • Shalai, Voice of Plenty : Stops a lot of midrange decks
  • Vorinclex, Voice of Hunger : Gross
  • Yeva, Nature's Herald : Play in response to actions. Give your opponents the least amount of time to react to your spells
  • Zetalpa, Primal Dawn : Deadly beater

Madcookie on Commander 2019 early hopes and …

1 year ago

LittleBlueHero I red the same or similar thread on the MTGSalvation and it does seem like a cool idea, but I think Wizards will stray a bit from such a dark and gloomy theme as printing 4 villains decks. Maybe 2v2 heroes and villains, but then again that does remind a little too much to the old duel decks.

As for a little side note: The recent sets (recent emm give or take 16 years :D) have tried to shift the focus on black as the main villain color towards the others, because black is more about individuality, which like other colors can be taken to extreme.

Non-black villains: Konda, Lord of Eiganjo - Stole That Which Was Taken in order to become immortal, which resulted in the Kami War Meloku the Clouded Mirror - Helped Konda with his plan, but intended to claim the entire plane for himself and the soratami.

Heliod, God of the Sun - After Xenagos, he's the second villain in the Theroes storyline. He also killed Elspeth.

Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite - Currently supposed elader of New Phyrexia

Dovin Baan - Major antagonist in Kaladesh and War of the spark story lines

Baral, Chief of Compliance - murdered Chandra's father, another major antagonist from Kaladesh

Pretty much the entire Consulate from Kaladesh is white-blue aligned.

Vivien Reid - while technically not a villain she does represent a ...certain side of the green mana. (MTGWiki quotes her saying that "She wants to destroy the cancer of civilization"...ouch)

Black heroes: Drana, Liberator of Malakir - Fought on the side of the Gatewatch against the Eldrazi.

Yahenni, Undying Partisan - Fought against the Consulate in the Kaladesh story line.

Toshiro Umezawa - major protagonist in the Kami War

Sorin Markov - despite his panache and the whole War of the spark scene with Nahiri, he's still one f the three who imprisoned the Eldrazi Titans. Also created Avacyn to protect mankind on innistrad.

Lord Windgrace - Fought against Phyrexia alongside the Nine Titans. Sacrificed himself to seal a time rift in Dominaria.

There could be more examples but I can't think of any at this time.

P.S. I may have gone overboard with this much examples as is :S

BMHKain on Since I can't access the …

1 year ago

Actually I'll try my luck on the Four Colors myself: Starting w/ Yidris (), It lacks , which represents LAW & ORDER: MTG THE SERIES EDITION (XD), Discipline in a pinch, A sense of Morality in an Ethical Base (Thus Why One of Bruce Wayne/Batman's colors would be for an ethical code (He breaks.).), & is religious sometimes, always wants some kind of conformity, & needs to be Structured by governmental & Planning means. White seeks peace through Structure. All four other colors don't have this merit. In some way or another, any of the other 4 colors of the Pie will go berserk (Blue being too obsessed over Planning Reckt & Link (Second time I said that... Somebody make a second true sequel to Rozenkreuzstilette, please..), Black's Ambition, & Lust for Power would be the same as Oda Nogunaga's end result of his life, defeat. Red is the Rawest of Emotion of the five colors, & potentially the most Chaotic, & mentally out of it. & Green can go berserk at anytime like an actual animal w/ a bloodlust that murders others.). The reason why (Boros Legion) has Chaos in them at all, is part of the part of the Guild Identity.)

This is why if you don't include in this identity, all four colors will go Insane beyond a cure. Thus the reason whi it is dubbed as "Chaos"; sure, had some of the most evil characters in MTG, like Konda, Lord of Eiganjo , who intentionally pissed off a Kami-Sama named O-Kagachi, Vengeful Kami by stealing their That Which Was Taken , & Heliod, God of the Sun congratulated Elspeth, Sun's Champion after she committed Deicide on Xenagos, the Reveler , who killed the previous God, & replaced (Gender is the same as UNDERTALE-Era Chara.) as a result, & was killed by her, & congratulated her by killing her with her own Godsend , & sent Erebos to watch her, making sure she never leaves, even if Ajani Goldmane can intervene. Aside from this, is the color identity of Pure CHAOS, Working Nickname?: Discord. Don't ask; he's like this in the Season 1 Finale (At least) in MLP FIM.

On the topic of Breya's Colors, Green wasn't there as it seems to focus on some kind of Animal Instinct, As they abhor impurities (Look at Vivien's Arkbow , idiot. & look at any Mono- Enchantment ever made, Baka Yarou!). Their tuning with nature would make me want to say: Where did we get metallic materials? Your Peat; which evolved to Slate. As Green in all Planes of the Multiverse knows nothing of Peat: (Here comes a Dictionary Section: a brown deposit resembling soil, formed by the partial decomposition of vegetable matter in the wet acidic conditions of bogs and fens, and often cut out and dried for use as fuel and in gardening.)

White has conformity, which can help in a big BIG project. Blue is basically the Brains of these four colors. Black has Ambition, & can even help with ideas that are sometimes SO CRAZY, it just might help the project better. While Red can Destroy the land around it, & even Artifice, actually has a Passion for the project, & can even help in a pinch when an idea is weighed in on the For Color's Opinions. This color is also adventurous, meaning it believes if it can't work well enough, at least the other colors can help make a decision. What ever this BIG Project is, is that, thus why I call this Color Identity Nickname: "MIND≒0" (Hey, it's NOT A Persona 4 Ripoff, The Protagonist actually kicks ass, I hated Yu Narukami (IMO.), & The Captain's Attendant, or whatever isn't the main Antagonist here. There, I spoiled P4 for you. Just Play either Persona 3, or 5 instead, will ya?). But seriously though, I chose that name as the 4 colors of such creativity can even be a literal team, each w/ a good part to play for all 4 colors. Sure, has Impurities of their own, but sensing AEther, & creating organic life as a construct far from counts... Friggen elves of Kaladesh. -_-

(sigh...)

Welp, that's 2 4c's down, 3 to go. I'd appreciate your thoughts on my case...

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