|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|New Phyrexia (NPH)||Uncommon|
|Promo Set (000)||Uncommon|
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Priest of Urabrask
Creature — Human Cleric
When Priest of Urabrask enters the battlefield, add to your mana pool.
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Priest of Urabrask Discussion
1 month ago
4vatarofSleep BTE vs the Spirit Guides
They make mana a turn earlier. I really like BTE though, if I wasn't in love with my basic land arts I would probably play it over Sylvan Ranger. Well, the art and the amount of Blood Moons I used to fight. You're certainly not wrong to play it, or any of the similar creatures if it fits your meta.
1 month ago
That card + Vulshok Battlemaster = infinite ETB triggers
That card + Thousand-Year Elixir Mass Hysteria In the Web of War Lightning Greaves + Burning-Tree Emissary Priest of Urabrask Priest of Gix Kazuul's Toll Collector Kor Outfitter Puresteel Paladin(with metalcraft) Auriok Survivors(if you have a sacrifice outlet) = infinite ETB triggers, too
Basically, it's be a EDH combo machine.
2 months ago
2 months ago
Cool deck. How would you feel about adding some fetch lands and using Hidden Herbalists?
2 months ago
Skull Collector might be a card to back up the Curio; allowing you to again get more ETB effects; but it does have the problem that if all other creatures get killed, he'll have to bounce himself. He gets bonus points because regeneration lets him survive many Modern removal spells.
3 months ago
Ashnod's Altar, Soldevi Digger and Priest of Gix, Priest of Urabrask or any token producer. Sacrifice one of the priests to Ashnod's Altar. Put it from the top of your graveyard on the bottom of your library with Soldevi Digger using the mana Altar gave you. Use Grenzo to put the priest back on the field. Get 3 mana. Sacrifice it for 2 mana. Put it on the bottom of your library with Digger. You still have 3 mana. Use 2 mana for Grenzo to put the priest back on the field. Repeat steps for infinite mana. Anything that makes at least one token can also go infinite with this, as you can sacc the tokens to the altar along with the producer. With 2 tokens, you can get infinite mana.
Soldevi Digger and Workhorse - Remove 4 counters from Workhorse, killing Workhorse and getting 4 mana. Put Workhorse on the bottom of your library with Digger. Throw it back out with Grenzo. Repeat steps. With Ashnod's Altar, you can also make infinite mana by removing 3 counters from Workhorse, then saccing it. You then have 5 mana total. Use 4 mana to throw Workhorse back out with Digger and Grenzo and you'll have 1 mana left, so just repeat steps for infinite mana.
4 months ago
Compare that with Worldgorger combo where it's so fragile a Swords to Plowshares sets you back to having no permanents. For Grenzo at least, it might be better to go with some "safer" infinite mana combos, especially since Grenzo doesn't need mana of any color the way Lyzolda does. Stuff like: Basalt+Rings combo, Nooze+Palladium Myr+Pili-Pala, Rings+Voltaic Key, ... Yeah, there aren't a lot of infinite mana combos in Black/Red, are there?
That said, I don't think they're incompatible, since infinite activations of Grenzo make a lot of plays that already use the cards in the Doomsday pile. For example:
Kiki-Jiki, mirror breaker comes out with Grenzo at 2, Zealous Conscripts comes out at 3. Usually you'll just be able to go off with that.
- Or if you don't have access to Doomsday:
- Or if you don't have access to Kiki+Conscripts:
- If you get an infinite combo before casting Grenzo you can also put infinite counters on him, and just get every creature out of your deck.
Even still though, infinite mana combos are always going to be 2 to 3 cards, while Doomsday is a single card. This gives Doomsday a much lower threshold of necessary tutors and set-up, and means that Doomsday should probably remain plan A for the deck.