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Legendary Creature — Phelddagrif
: Phelddagrif gains trample until end of turn. Target opponent puts a 1/1 green Hippo creature token into play.
: Phelddagrif gains flying until end of turn. Target opponent gains 2 life.
: Return Phelddagrif to its owner's hand. Target opponent may draw a card.
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3 days ago
What are the fastest/easiest ways to make infinite colored mana in bant colors? I want to force everyone to gain life and make hippos with Phelddagrif.
5 days ago
Phelddagrif is the usual commander of group hug decks but could go in the 99 here.
1 week ago
2 weeks ago
I wanted to have a discussion about the good, the bad and the ugly of EDH politics since there definitely are some effective and ineffective ways to play the politics game. For example, I have a Phelddagrif group hug deck (my first deck - How to Have Fun in EDH - Phelddagrif Surprise) and a Ludevic, Necro-Alchemist + Vial Smasher the Fierce grixis group slug deck (Your Best Evil Friend - EDH Tempting Deals), and in terms of politics, the grixis deck surprisingly wins most of the time. I've realized that this is because so many group hug decks end up taking away a lot of control away from most of the other players, so they end up being unhappy in the long run because they aren't in control of the game. My grixis deck in contrast features a lot of effects like Illicit Auction in which everyone at the table has a say. Despite still running cards like Cruel Ultimatum in the deck, I am letting people have a lot more fun and I'm not hiding my intentions, so people feel like I'm not as big of a threat.
Anyways, this thread is for anyone who has had some first-hand experience with commander politics, or anyone who thinks they may have some insight on how to be a more effective EDH politician. Share your stories!
1 month ago
every time I see Bant in edh i hope for Phelddagrif.
looks decent though.
2 months ago
Flavor text: "If the pig's blood drips on you, you're next on the chain."
I love this card for so many reasons. First off, look at the full art. He's holding a fork in his left hand. Theres so many questions too. WTF is a 'Gore-House', and why is there a designated person that walks on chain carrying a pigs head? Do they take turns being the chainwalker? Why does he have a cage on his head? I dont think i've been able to find a probably unintentionally funnier card that wasn't like some really bad old art (looking at you, Phelddagrif)
2 months ago
Dang, well alright then. draconaspyrothanus, apologies for questioning mate, I guess I underestimated Circu w/Dramatic Scepter.
3 months ago
I have another question I'd like to throw out there. Does a commander's color identity alone imply any degree of power level, in your opinion?
For example, I see Phelddagrif listed at tier 5. Now, I'm inclined to agree that that's where I'd expect a Phelddagrif to be. However, it's entirely possible, due to sheerly being blue, green, and white, that you could build it with both flash/hulk and flash/rector in mind. I'd be somewhat intimidated by that deck.
Same with Atogatog. We all know how strong any 5 color combo deck can be, and the commander itself often doesn't matter at all. It'd be like playing Scion Druid without a commander. Like, shrug, oh well?