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Artifact — Equipment
Equipped creature gets +3/+0 and has trample and lifelink.
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Loxodon Warhammer Discussion
1 day ago
Thanks for the suggestion,
I've added it to my maybeboard, Grafted Exoskeleton is $1.50, so in a $50 budget restricted, it takes a significant role. It can eliminate any players with 20 or more life.
Another issue is that I have very limited protection, 6 to be exact. Only 3 of them, General's Regalia, Glacial Chasm, Pentagram of the Ages will work with Infect, Basilisk Collar, Fortune Thief, and Loxodon Warhammer won't. General's Regalia and Pentagram of the Ages have high activation costs too. Both of my budget tutors only pull Basilisk Collar or Loxodon Warhammer.
I would have to 1) Have enough mana to cast Heartless Hidetsugu, 2) Haste (If a cost like Swiftfoot Boots), 3) Equip Grafted Exoskeleton , 4) Protect (General's Regalia or Pentagram of the Ages ). Worst case need CMC12 to utilize.
I need some better protection, but need budget protection. If I can shore up, to 5 or 6 protection that protect against Infect then I think I can make it a viable play.
1 week ago
1 week ago
In your maybeboard I like:
Giltspire Avenger Exalted and can deter attackers, but 3 colors and $1+ makes sense to be a cut.
I would make room for Battlegrace Angel, has exalted and gives your Exalted Attacker lifelink. $0.56!
Cathedral of War was the land I was thinking about Friday, but it's $1.50! Can't include.
Sovereigns of Lost Alara is very powerful, tutors the exact aura you need for any situation, and probably makes them unblockable or lifelink in the process. With every strike it becomes lethal. $5 hard to account for but might be a way.
Rhox Charger is exalted and he has built in Trample, 3/3 Exalted for CMC4 isn't too bad for $0.25.
Stoic Angel would be an auto-include for me, especially with all of your guys making creatures come into play tapped. Swing with your Vigilance (Flying) Angel alone, and avoid any type of counter-strike from opponents. No going to find a better card for $0.50.
Grunn, the Lonely King is another option, he's CMC6 for 5/5 no Trample, but when he attacks, Stack his triggered ability, and then layer on all the Exalted, after the exalted get added, he doubles himself. If you have the kicker 3 a 10/10 for 9 is still ok. Needs a Rancor but he's pretty reasonable, especially with all the built in evasion effects.
Suprised you don't have Knotvine Paladin, he gets +1 from the Exalted ability, and stacks a second +1 for each "untapped" creature, which they all are, so doubles the Exalted when he attacks, another good finisher like Grunn, the Lonely King when evasion is available.
Cold-Eyed Selkie can draw some cards, since your not using blue much you don't have as much draw, since he's still works. Also if you can Exalted and Islandwalk someone, can repopulate your hand.
Swords to Plowshares is the best removal in Budget for $1.
Sigil of Valor is the exalted equipment because it doubles the Exalted effects!.
Sigil of the Nayan Gods not bad, because if it useless, it has Cycling.
I'll continue further review later, off the top of my head,
Reciprocate generally bad, once it's hit your life it's too late, someone (situational) it will be good, but most creatures you NEED to remove aren't attacking, and if they are, the specifically have to attack you, and you have to choose to let them hit your life. Condemn is better because it can attack anyone, and doesn't have to connect to your life specifically.
Skarrg Goliath is too high CMC to be useful, and his bloodlust is also too high CMC.
More to come later, I used to have a Daxos of Meletis deck, so I have some ideas, but I utilized the quite a bit more. Fun Selesnya build. +1.
2 weeks ago
IMO, with a good amount of playtesting you don't need quite as much redundant "force attack" creatures... hard to say. I usually focus on populating my opponents with little pingers or laying down groupslug stuff early on, then drop Thantis once the field has been populated. I have found that it is not such a bad thing to let them rush at you with a mid-level swing wide approach, either your crackback is going to massive... or a token/overrun strategy is so out-of-hand that you are already going to lose anyway. I think Grand Melee, Goblin Diplomats, Fumiko the Lowblood are all redundant.
LIFELINK tested better for me than deathtouch! My reason for this: having a giant spider kills enemies just as dead as deathtouch. Evasion? I'm not that worried about evasion unless the majority of my opponent's field is vigilant (happened once) In which case it was a war of attrition where my slug enchantments went to work. That being said: Bow of Nylea is low CMC & a swiss army knife of abilities. Poison-Tip Archer life-loss ability is still sweet. Whip of Erebos does SERIOUS WORK, gives limited recursion someone mentioned above. I forced a bunch of 1/1's to attack me (blocked one with Thantis) and GAINED life due to Thantis growing before combat dmg was assessed, then I crackbacked for massive lifegain... also toying with Loxodon Warhammer for this purpose.
I don't tend to use much "dictate" effects because my strategy pretty much assures that they have an ample supply of weenies to sac anyway & I want those weenies to go to work popping dmg through on tapped-out opponents, not durdling around with sac-all day slowdown stuff. In effect, 4:7 games I have populated opponents with creatures, played small nuisance groupslug enchantments, somebody predictably controls the field with creature-based boardwipes, I enjoy my incremental dmg enchantments going to work on an empty battlefield.
My deck may have some decent ideas (although the idea behind it is MINIMAL CONTROL, which alot of people are uncomfortable with).
Commander / EDH*
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3 weeks ago
love the deck! And love the username!I'm Gen2'er, so that's some nostalgia right there.
back to the deck, it looks so cool! You might enjoy the defensive/offensive potential of Dragon Egg. + it'd lower your mana-curve a great deal :D
I know the deck isn't for a format, but unless you play with some very forgiving people, you're quite plausibly gonna get some ill will for the playset of Sol Rings :P just thinking out loud here ;) Rakdos Signet or Fire Diamond might make for passable substitutes :)
Herald's Horn might be to your liking :)
and possibly, if you can squeeze it in there, some removal for creatures/artifacts would be swell - good luck, though - I've been playing for over 8 years, and I still opt for more goodstuff and less removal when I build decks xp
3 weeks ago
What about this:
-1 Diabolic Tutor
-1 Always Watching
-1 Beastmaster Ascension
-1 Grafted Exoskeleton
+1 Ichorclaw Myr
+1 Prowling Serpopard
+1 Loxodon Warhammer
+1 Grand Arbiter Augustin IV
+1 Worldly Tutor
+1 Tezzeret's Gambit
4 weeks ago
1 month ago
Hey, well constructed budget Commander deck. I'm confused though the main deck here is low budget, but the maybeboard is not? In fact the small amount of cards in the maybeboard are worth more than the entire main deck? If you want to play voltron consider a lot more equipments and cards that give bonuses to equipment? Voltron is a good secondary strategy with the main strategy of having many attack phases with Aurelia.
Consider these budget cards for more voltron (in no order):
- Sigarda's Aid
- Sram, Senior Edificer
- Balan, Wandering Knight
- Mother of Runes
- Silverblade Paladin
- Relic Seeker
- Kemba, Kha Regent
- Brass Squire
- Steelshaper Apprentice
- Mask of Memory
- Sword of Vengeance
- Loxodon Warhammer
- Bloodforged Battle-Axe
- Helm of Kaldra
- Shield of Kaldra
- Sword of Kaldra
An alternative for the very expensive price Swords (Sword of Feast of Famine, Sword of Fire and Ice, etc) are the three less expensive price Kaldra equipments. Obviously these are not as good as the Swords, but they're still powerful equipments and can get all three for less than half the price of one Sword. When you get all three into play they can combine to make a 4/4 creature and attach all three Kaldra equipments to it.
For the manabase consider:
- Needle Spires
- Ghost Quarter
- Slayers' Stronghold
- Sunhome, Fortress of the Legion
- Inspiring Vantage
- Rugged Prairie
Good luck with your deck.