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Nahiri, the Lithomancer
Planeswalker — Nahiri
+2: Put a 1/1 white Kor Soldier creature token onto the battlefield. You may attach an Equipment you control to it.
-2: You may put an Equipment card from your hand or graveyard onto the battlefield.
-10: Put a colorless Equipment artifact token named Stoneforged Blade onto the battlefield. It has indestructible, "Equipped creature gets +5/+5 and has double strike," and equip .
Nahiri, the Lithomancer can be your commander.
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Nahiri, the Lithomancer Discussion
4 days ago
Thanks for checking it out, I've considered changing the commander to Nahiri, the Lithomancer I just have to test it a little. As for Sram I've considered main boarding him to avoid winning with commander damage.
Also I haven't heard of edhrec before I've been checking it out all morning thanks for the info!
1 week ago
I feel as if you need more creatures, because unless you're planning to go all in on Kemba, an equipments deck is no good unless you have creatures to equip your equipments to. You can run Raksha Golden Cub, Leonin Abunas, Stone Haven Outfitter, Stonehewer Giant, Sram, Senior Edificer, and Taj-Nar Swordsmith. You also can toss in Brimaz, King of Oreskos, for more cat tokens
Nahiri, the Lithomancer is a nice way to pump out equipments faster.
3 weeks ago
I agree. I think, considering that most of your spells are colorless, that Pearl Medallion is borderline worthless. Knight of the White Orchid is the man, but he's strictly worse than Puresteel Paladin or even Leonin Shikari if you're weighting more toward artifacts than auras. I do think that's where Sram is better, just because their cost is so much less prohibitive and you can reduce them with Cloud Key, Helm of Awakening or even Semblance Anvil if you want to get greedy.
With you 100% on Hedron Archive. There are no times where I draw it that I would not rather have a Thran Dynamo. Do Sram's Expertise, Auriok Edgewright, Nahiri, the Lithomancer or Kor Duelist do anything in this list? Giving dudes double strike is cool if you're an aggressive list, but Sram trends more toward combo and one-shot commander damage. Maybe we could look for cuts there?
1 month ago
Hey, so recently I've decided to make a deck for each 2014 planeswalker commanders. They've all been pretty successfull except Nahiri, the Lithomancer.
I tried building her as good stuff with a minor focus on equipment and it wasn't great. I've looked at the popular Nahiri decks here and they are mostly running some strange voltron theme which doesn't seem viable in my playgroup. I'm wondering if anyone has got a good list that's semi competitive? I'm thinking along the lines of Wrath tribal with a minor focus on tokens/equipment might work? Any ideas?
1 month ago
I feel like with the cards on the chopping block, Elspeth, Knight-Errant is one that you should consider keeping. I feel like she deserves a spot in the deck just as much as Nahiri, the Lithomancer because both deal with sac removal effects with their first abilities plus her second ability helps give evasion and speeds up the clock a bit. You mention the prominance of exile removal effects, but I feel like you might be overestimating the amount a single deck will have or at least that's what I think; I've been a bit out of it in terms of new sets, and don't know how much removal has been added, I would like to hear examples of newly printed exile removal that's threatening the deck. Avacyn, Angel of Hope, Karmic Justice, and Argivian Archaeologist are two that I can understand to be removed since Avacyn, Angel of Hope is expensive and dead in the early game and is probably not needed in the late game if you've already gotten far enough, but maybe her base body and ability can be just that finisher you need once your opponent has expelled their exile removal during the course of the game if you've pressured them enough. Karmic Justice is a good incentive to prevent your opponents from casting cards like Wrath of God, Day of Judgment, Crux of Fate, Supreme Verdict, etc; but yeah you already have protection from your equipment and other cards to not need to incentive. Argivian Archaeologist is overshadowed by cards like Sun Titan and Nahiri, the Lithomancer, so that one I don't really have anything to defend.
2 months ago
Nahiri, the Lithomancer could feasibly be your commander as well. a lot of cards in there are also in the 2014 white commander deck.
2 months ago
concordo com tudo que o gustavo disse, na moral, agora umas cartas especificas que eu acho que nao tem nada a ver: Deflecting Palm, Flying Crane Technique (6 manas vei, convenhamos), Celestial Mantle massa pelo double strike, mas custa 15 conto, 6 manas, 3 brancas e auras sao ruins em edh no geral, eu tiraria facil, Jeskai Ascendancy nao entendi a funcao dele nesse deck, os +1/+1 sao quase irrelevantes e tem cartas melhores se for pra filtrar, Reparations tambem nao muito bom, mas sei la, pode funcionar, Aetherflux Reservoir assim, definitivamente uma carta forte, mas eu nao vejo o pq dela aqui, Argentum Armor super pesado, 12 manas pra baixar e equipar quebra, voce perde dois turnos fazendo isso, Odric, Master Tactician voce definitivamente nao tem criatura o bastante pra ele funcionar, Rootwater Thief de novo, eu entendo a relacao com double strike, mas isso serve pra impedir combos, no nosso meta voce so vai tirar uma carta aleatoria e fodase, Nahiri, the Lithomancer pra um deck muito mais equipment heavy, nao que ela seja ruim aqui, mas pagar 20 conto numa carta que nao faz tudo isso no seu deck nao parece muito bom