Legendary Planeswalker — Windgrace
+2: Discard a card, then draw a card. If a land card is discarded this way, draw an additional card.
-3: Return up to 2 target land cards from your graveyard to the battlefield under your control.
-11: Destroy up to six target nonland permanents, then create six 2/2 green Cat Warrior creature tokens with forestwalk.
Lord Windgrace can be your commander.
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Lord Windgrace Discussion
23 hours ago
Hey, I think the biggest issue is the fact that you play a lot of one use only single target land destruction. This means you spend one card to deal with one card of one of your opponents, and although you have some copy spells, it often will leave your other opponents up 2 cards. It also doesnt continually pressure your opponents landbase.
A few suggestions: Desolation, Earthlink, Burning Sands,Destructive Flow, Smokestack, Wildfire,Jokulhaups and Blood Moon These are my personal favorites. Although these cards also hurt you as much as they hurt your opponents, you have Lord Windgrace to break parity.
Another great card is Nissa, Vital Force
2 days ago
What about a land like Kessig Wolf Run? It works well with a large multani, yavimaya elder or Terravore out. Likewise, I think Ulvenwald Hydra would be a good addition to your deck as it can find any land you may want. This is why adding a few more ultility lands might be useful, like Bojuka Bog, Rogue's Passage, Mosswort Bridge. I'm even adding a Cabal Coffers and Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth to my list (although I admit these don't come cheap)…
I like your manabase, and so I may follow it a bit, it's a lot simpler than mine and cheaper. I was going to either acquire additional Verdant Catacombs, Stomping grounds and the like originally or simply proxy them for my Lord Windgrace deck i'm building, (as I own 1x of most shocks/fetches) but I think just keeping the deck a little bit simpler when it comes to the mana base could be a welcome change.
2 days ago
I will take another look at this list again when I have more time but its looking good so far.
In case you were wondering this is my current Atraxa decklist that I have been slowly upgrading over time, it could have been finished if I didn't now have so many other edh decks still in need of cards lol. I have the following 10-12 as commanders:
And soon to be a playable Lord Windgrace decklist once I order the commander and a few other singles from the precon (which btw was built poorly), and even a Tuvasa, the Sunlit decklist! I think 12 is my absolute max I have to say and if there's ever any other generals that get my attention then I will have to just take apart an existing deck.
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Maybe take a look at this one, and or my other version mentioned in the description for more ideas. In the end I don't know if i'm going to really go with a full out superfriends decklist like that one shows, as there's some things I really want to include once I can get my hands on them such as Skithiryx, the Blight Dragon among others.
2 days ago
SynergyBuild, currently it's Oloro, Ageless Ascetic when Wizard's released the 2013 Commander decks. I do have the deck posted here and it's heavily altered, but I mainly focus on the Modern format. I may pick up Aminatou, the Fateshifter's eventually maybe even Lord Windgrace cause he's old school magic lore.
2 days ago
Jund spellslinger is a little odd, I like it. I have 2 thoughts for your commander:
Kresh the Bloodbraided is a big fan of removal and becomes a win con pretty easily in such decks.
Lord Windgrace if you run costing instants and sorceries having card draw and acceleration on your commander is really nice.
6 days ago
I made similar upgrades to my list. If you're looking for good trample and pump options, try Thunderfoot Baloth and Nylea, God of the Hunt. This deck makes tokens like crazy, so dropping the baloth on a stacked board can be a win con. Nylea is just a really hard to answer source of trample, and it is a great mana sink.
Also, food for thought, i left Loyal Apprentice in the deck. Its not really on theme in terms of "lands matter", but it does make flying tokens that can be useful in protecting Lord Windgrace. The longer the game goes on, the more powerful the apprentice becomes.
6 days ago
Panas is right that not all decks need it because it’s a niche card. If you’re building a “Lands Matter” build for Lord Windgrace, then I’d say yes run the crucible, but keep in mind that Life from the Loam and Ramunap Excavator are ideal alternative choices as well.
1 week ago
StumpyIB Thank you so much! And thank you for reminding me! I had completely forgotten to add Ob Nixilis, the Fallen to the deck, but he is definitely a must include. I'm currently using my copies of Nissa, Vital Force in a Standard deck but, once they rotate out, one of them will go in here for sure.
I've tested the deck a few times and, with Lord Windgrace's recursion ability, it runs very smoothly.