Mighty Emergence

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Custom Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Shards of Alara (ALA) Uncommon

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Mighty Emergence

Enchantment

Whenever a creature with power 5 or greater enters the battlefield under your control, you may put two +1/+1 counters on it.

Mighty Emergence Discussion

mathman1990 on By the Power of 5

1 week ago

itachi45, a previous version of this deck ran those cards actually. What I found was that Mayael's Aria and Mighty Emergence became a "win more" condition rather than helping the consistency. Where Ancients Tread I had taken out because I felt it was too mana expensive. But I haven't tried it with Enlisted Wurm , which could cheat it out. Thanks for the suggestions!

itachi45 on By the Power of 5

1 week ago

Mayael's Aria seems doable. Also, Where Ancients Tread and Mighty Emergence are pretty fun.

K1ngMars on Need help with new G/B ...

5 months ago

Interesting budget cards that interact with +1/+1 counters:

darmpark on I Sexually Identify as a Primordial Hydra

1 year ago

I have a deck vaguely similar to this one that uses Yisan, the Wanderer Bard as it its commander. If I had any suggestion to make, it would be that since you want to focus on hydras, put some more +1/+1 counter interactions in. You might like things like Mighty Emergence, Soul's Might, Nissa's Judgment, Hardened Scales, Inspiring Call, or Death's Presence. Also, since many hydras have an "X" in their cost, you can get more counters on them by having cards that reduce the cost, like Rhonas's Monument, Emerald Medallion, or Conduit of Ruin. Again, since most hydras are 0/0 and work off counters, a fun card to run with them is Gigantomancer, who would just give them +7/+7. There also some good hydras I'm not seeing here. Ones like Protean Hydra, Lifeblood Hydra, or Ulvenwald Hydra. I'm sure you have your reasons, but I'd consider those.

As for what's on the maybeboard, Hydra Broodmaster seems like an obvious choice for a hydra deck and I'm curious why you cut it, especially in a deck with this much ramp. Pathbreaker Ibex would do amazing work if you can guarantee at least two other big creatures attack along side it. Shamanic Revelation is a great source of draw and recovery since you're almost guaranteed to meat the ferocious requirement. Surrak, the Hunt Caller is another pick that has some real potential in this deck. The others I personally don't think much of.

Hope this helps

mastermew on DINOSAURS!

2 years ago

I took a look on the gatherer searching for cards with the text "power 5 or greater" and found a few cards that I think would be good for dinos.

Drumhunter, Exuberant Firestoker, Feed the Clan, Godtracker of Jund, maybe Mayael the Anima, Mayael's Aria, Mighty Emergence, Mycoid Shepherd, maybe Spearbreaker Behemoth, Spellbreaker Behemoth, Sunseed Nurturer, and Where Ancients Tread.

Funkydiscogod on

2 years ago

Back in the Alara Block, they made a whole bunch of stuff that wanted you to have a creature with power 5 or greater. Things like: Bloodthorn Taunter, Exuberant Firestoker or Mighty Emergence. Back in the Tarkir block, they made stuff that wanted a critter with power 4 or greater. Things like: Wild Slash, Savage Punch, or Temur Battle Rage.

I bring this up, because it seems like the Lupine prototype and Avatar of discord are cheap ways to meet these power-conditions.

Around the time of Ravnica, there were plenty of cards that wanted you to have no cards in hand. Cards like Jagged Poppet, Keldon Megaliths, Taste for Mayhem. The most recent sets have included Hazoret the Fervent, Neheb, the Worthy and Thresher Lizard, along similar lines as the older Hellbent cards.

Other random sets have also included things that allow you to draw cards if you have none in hand: Mindstorm Crown, Sea Gate Wreckage, Idle Thoughts.

What's the point of all this? Adding another color would increase the power of the deck considerably. The Jagged Poppet would probably be the most powerful addition, since it survives bolt (and Fatal Push without Revolt), and you may even consider bolting him yourself because you wanted another way to discard your hand, and can generate advantage by making them discard their hand.

You might still want to keep your deck monoblack, but I remembered an old card that would be awesome here: Colfenor's Plans. In this deck, it basically gives you a new hand of 7 cards. You're planning to discard your hand, it's not like you'd ever be playing more than 1 spell per turn anyway. I've used them before, they are impressively powerful when they chain into eachother, with one of them exiling another.

Anyway...these are things to think about.

bomley20 on Fear is the mind killer

2 years ago

Not sure if you are still working on this but going to suggest stuff in case. Most of these will abuse the fact that you are playing high power/toughness creatures.

Mayael's Aria, Mighty Emergence, Sacellum Godspeaker, Spellbreaker Behemoth, Mage Slayer, Xenagos, God of Revels, AEther Rift, Angelic Chorus, Cream of the Crop, Defense of the Heart, Electropotence, Elemental Bond, Lurking Predators, Porphyry Nodes, Proper Burial, Warstorm Surge, Wild Pair

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