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Omnath, Locus of Rage
Legendary Creature — Elemental
Landfall — Whenever a land enters the battlefield under your control, put a 5/5 red and green Elemental creature token onto the battlefield.
Whenever Omnath, Locus of Rage or another Elemental you control dies, Omnath deals 3 damage to target creature of player.
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Omnath, Locus of Rage Discussion
5 hours ago
10 hours ago
I discovered the combo feature on here and tried to add one to Omnath, Locus of Rage that hadn't been verified. The combo is Lotus Cobra + Omnath, Locus of Rage + Perilous Forays and is functionally identical to a combo that already has been verified before.
This is a combo limited only by the number of basic lands in your deck. With Lotus Cobra, Perilous Forays, and Omnath, Locus of Rage on the field do the following: Play a land creating a 5/5 red and green Elemental token, use the floating mana that Lotus Cobra created from the landfall to sacrifice that token to Perilous Forays, this will put a land onto the battlefield, putting us back at step one. Repeat this process until either you run out of basic lands or all opponents are dealt with.
I'm sorry if I posted this in the wrong section, thanks for your time.
4 days ago
Personally i don't tend to run over 36 lands in a deck, especially if i have some artifact ramp, unless of course its a land matters deck like Lord Windgrace or Omnath, Locus of Rage. 37 lands should be more than enough especially if you can draw a few cards through the game to get your land drops! Rhystic Study is definitely worth it, if you can get it out early and keep it on the table it normally gains you a massive card advantage over the other players, especially if they are casting multiple spells a turn.
1 week ago
you said you needed another forest so I would replace Sunder for a forest, but honestly, I feel like your fine with all the tutors in the deck, so I would think about adding Omnath, Locus of Rage for some beefy bois every time you play a land.
2 weeks ago
goblinguiderevealpls, firstly I'd like to say your deck is great! I have been building a Nekusar deck for a while now, I had previously been solely running Omnath, Locus of Rage since release as my only EDH deck. But I wanted to venture into Blue and a more competitive build. My Nek deck started out as a group huge version Howling Mine, Font of Mythos, Forced Fruition etc but with a bunch of countermagic. I've been looking at your deck more and more recently to try and get to a more competitive build.
My question for you is this. What is your approach to enchantment removal? I've been looking at Commit, what are your thoughts? With the latest Commander set, there has been a definite uptick in enchantments and enchantment commanders in my local meta.
3 weeks ago
If you are looking to build your first commander deck, my suggestion is that you shouldn't spend too much time fretting about color combinations. I think you should first land on what strategy you enjoy playing the most. Are you a control player? Combo? Timmy? Johnny? Tribal? Lands-matter? etc. Commander is such a vast format that you could achieve any of these strategies in just about any color combination. That being said, certain strategies do rely heavily on certain color combinations. Once you land on a strategy (even the list of commanders you mentioned has a wide range) it will be easier to provide suggestions.
I'd suggest checking places like EDHrec or some of the youtube streamers (like JumboCommander) for more ideas once you land on a strategy or a commander. EDHrec even has things organized by strategies and/or colors which makes it nice and easy to navigate.
Also, don't be afraid of mono-colored decks, especially Black. They can be extremely powerful.
Lastly, I'll leave a list of my current decks here if you just want to see some more. I tend to have a wide variety of deck focuses as I prefer less conventional strategies:
This deck has HUGE tracks of land - My baby, which I have been building/modifying over years. It's a lands deck that was originally led by Omnath, Locus of Rage, but it is now helmed by Lord Windgrace because I have been missing the addition of black.
I am also working on a Boros Reanimator list which is turning out to be pretty spicey.
All of these decks came from me wanting to execute a specific strategy or from a commander which just spoke to me. So first find that, and then go from there. Good Luck!
3 weeks ago
Hey! You told me to check out your Wort deck on Facebook, it looks pretty good and I have some suggestions
Chandra, the Firebrand is great in this deck early or late game because it allows you to copy spells, for instance I was mana screwed so I used her minus two to copy Manamorphose (another amazing addition if you're willing to go get one) and used it to cast Wort and copied a Harrow the next turn.
Also, spells like the mentioned Harrow with additional costs, when you copy them you don't need to pay the additional costs so if you copy Harrow you pay 3 and sac a land to find four untapped basics. Crop Rotation has a similar effect.
Dragonlair Spider for token benefit when an opponent casts spells, maybe Omnath, Locus of Rage to get some benefit from the land ramp that always happens, Boundless Realms to search for basically all of your basics most of the time, Regrowth for recursion, Revel of the Fallen God is an amazing addition for tokens, Krenko, Mob Boss is amazing and tends to draw out some removal once you get it going
Overall Wort is an amazing commander and if you wanted to see my decklist you'll have to wait until either tomorrow or Sunday for me to finish uploading the list