Krosan Warchief


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Commander 2013 (C13) Uncommon
Scourge (SCG) Uncommon

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Krosan Warchief

Creature — Beast

Beast spells you play cost (1) less to play.

(1)(Green): Regenerate target Beast.

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Krosan Warchief Discussion

colton815 on Beats Boy

3 months ago

Krosan Warchief and Burgeoning are not modern legal.

DeRotto17 on Enchanted Beasts

4 months ago

If you were thinking of building around Beasts, Leatherback Baloth, Kalonian Tusker, Krosan Warchief, and Rampaging Baloths would be a good place to start as all are relatively inexpensive.

bobtoll on

5 months ago

Why aren't you running Krosan Warchief? I get leaving out Mistform Warchief to round out the cycle, but I like Krosan Warchief quite a bit.

LeaPlath on A Beastly Stampede

8 months ago

So, to start with, there is a lot of beast synergy.

Krosan Warchief provides reduction and the regenerate isn't bad.

Ravenous Baloth is a great way to blank removal and gain life from it, as well as being just efficient.

Beyond that, I don't know what your casual meta is like. Fog/Naturalise are still bad in the main deck. That is what your sideboard is for.

Eshed on Zegana and the Infinite Reflection

1 year ago

I really appreciate your input, thank you for taking the time to help me out with this! I'm beginning to think you're right about Eezy. He's in here because I own him, not because he belongs. I thought I could net a few counters to improve creatures I've already committed to the board, rather than throw more creatures under the Wrath-bus. Fresh Meat has been next on the chopping block from the beginning, when I cut a slew of reactive and win-more cards for proactive cards that propel the game plan. It only made the first cuts because Beasts are a sub-theme here, to justify running Krosan Warchief who protects and discounts many of my best and most expensive creatures, and Wirewood Savage who's kinda cute (and draws cards, too). Funny, it wasn't until I started typing this that I realized; after a Wrath, neither of those cards'll be around for Fresh Meat. Good advice, thanks again!

Magicalswift on Ruling question (2 of them)

1 year ago
  1. So let's says that my commander Marath, Will of the Wild who has a mana cost of was sent back to the commander zone once and now has a cost of if i have Krosan Warchief on the field does it reduce the mana cost of my commander by 1 or not ??

  2. With a card like Street Spasm what is the meaning of the like which is the damage done and what does the other mean

AceGambitDragonfly on Sloths Wrath

1 year ago

I'm all for anything that lets me play Baloth Pup, he's adorable and hilarious looking. I agree with 2040364, too much flying hate. Ditch the phasing cards in favor of some creatures or something that will help your creatures live. I playtested this against my mono-black sorcery deck (Black Magic) which is very slow and I ended up staring at a board of forests and a pile of enchantments.

Consider any the following cards (in place of some of the anti-flying enchantments):

Krosan Warchief

Wirewood Savage

Garruk Wildspeaker and/or Garruk, Primal Hunter if you have them or can swing their cost.

Gnarlid Pack

Kalonian Tusker

Still though... BALOTH PUP! I love him so much.

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