|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Masterpiece Series: Amonkhet Invocations (AKHMPS)||None|
|Seventh Edition (7ED)||Rare|
|Urza's Destiny (UDS)||Rare|
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Tap an untapped creature you control: Tap target artifact, creature, or land.
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6 days ago
A suggestion is Opposition, if playing a token based pillowfort deck?
1 week ago
On my Locust Deck I set up 3 possible win conditions, depending on the deck you're facing of:
2- control/direct damage. We assume we cannot attack for some reason or we must just stop some threatening creature Opposition, Shivan Harvest, Goblin Bombardment, Kyren Negotiations, Psychosis Crawler, Throne of the God-Pharaoh, Impact Tremors, and our beloved Purphoros, God of the Forge. In most of the cases we draw to create locust that will be used as gun-powder
3- Win by MILL. Yes. Here we can use two very understimated cards which are Sphinx's Tutelage and Altar of the Brood. The Altar is sick in this deck because everytime you draw, every enemy will mill the same. Make a Wheel of 7? they also mill 7 [and you have the locust BTW]. Altar of the Brood and Fascination act the same. If you sac your locusts to an Ashnod's Altar, you can draw-kill someone with a Stroke of Genius or the like.What about killing one opponent with 10 locusts pumped by shared animosity and then sac to Altar of Dementia to insta-mill another opponent? LOL.
anyway, that's my deck built on a relative budjet plus the cards I already had
1 week ago
Heyo!!! I'm currently working on a concept revolving around Throne of the God-Pharaoh and tapping creatures in Grixis colours. At the helm, I've got Inalla, Archmage Ritualist, with support from Opposition, Azami, Lady of Scrolls and Galecaster Colossus. I need to fill in the gaps with decent wizards and other ways to find/recur my important pieces from the grave, as well as making this janky build as viable as it can be for a casual, yet response heavy meta. Any ideas?
1 month ago
1 month ago
Burger_1987 Opposition is actually a really good shout! I'll definitely think about adding it, as I'm lacking any early game plays. It's all well and good wheeling but there's little way to control anything early game or if you can't get locust god to stick.
I've been hesitant to add lab maniac just because I'm not that fond of instawins, but it's calling more and more and I'm certain I've one lying around somewhere. I've got a Mana Echoes and a Rites of Initiation on the way to help this deck become a little more op.
1 month ago
Built the Locust God myself as one of my decks and love how it runs. One of the MVP's in my deck is Opposition if I can get the invocation for it i'll grab it. Just adds so much "nope" to the deck. All the wheel effects are very important, this is the kinda deck where you should not be attached too much to what's in your hand cause you'll get a new fresh one very soon plus all the wheel effects let you get combo pieces you need assuming you're playing them at the right tempo.
I see you do have a copy of Murder of Crows, it combos nicely with Ashnod's Altar and you'll draw into a Laboratory Maniac for sure, no tutors needed. Cast the Laboratory Maniac and continue the combo, won the game tons like this.