Radha, Heir to Keld

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Format Legality
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Duel Decks: Mind vs Might Rare
Planar Chaos Rare

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Radha, Heir to Keld

Legendary Creature — Elf Warrior

Whenever Radha, Heir to Keld attacks, you may add to your mana pool.

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Radha, Heir to Keld Discussion

MagicalHacker on Help me punish mean players!

2 weeks ago

How many cards can you think of that are mean to "mean" players? I want to build a deck that forces opponents to win in "fair ways", and I'd love help finding cards for a deck like this!

Using MagicalHacker - List of All Anti-Tutor Cards, MagicalHacker - List of All Gold-Hate Cards, MagicalHacker - List of All Anti-Infinite Cards, and MagicalHacker - List of All Anti-Control Cards, I found these cards (organized by color):

White (5):
Humility
Hushwing Gryff
Linvala, Keeper of Silence
Aven Mindcensor
Spirit of the Labyrinth

Blue (2):
Mindlock Orb
Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir

Black (2):
Ob Nixilis, Unshackled
Chains of Mephistopheles

Red (10):
Harsh Mentor
Stranglehold
Blood Moon
Burning Earth
From the Ashes
Ruination
Possibility Storm
Price of Glory
Stoneshaker Shaman
War's Toll

Green (7):
Titania's Song
Wave of Vitriol
City of Solitude
Dosan the Falling Leaf
Hall of Gemstone
Heartwood Storyteller
Seedtime

Colorless (7):
Cursed Totem
Damping Matrix
Knowledge Pool
Null Rod
Torpor Orb
Omen Machine
Uba Mask

Multicolored (5):
Gaddock Teeg
Kambal, Consul of Allocation
Burning-Tree Shaman
Ruric Thar, the Unbowed
Vexing Shusher


Based on those cards, I think I'm going to build a gruul deck using Ruric Thar, the Unbowed as the commander or a cheap commander that can help ramp me into my cards (Radha, Heir to Keld). Some questions:

  1. Are there any other cards for gruul that you think would fit this theme?
  2. Are there any reasons to choose something other than gruul?
  3. If gruul is the best for this, what gruul commander should I use, and why?

Thanks!

Perpetual on Voltron Generals

1 month ago

I use Radha, Heir to Keld for Voltron, because her ability helps with casting instants like Temur Battle Rage.

Mine is not up to par yet, but the most fun looking Voltron I've seen is Zedruu the Greathearted with auras. Just place the aura on Zedruu, then give your opponent control of the aura using Zedruu's ability.

filkinsmark on Temur

1 month ago

I think Kiora, Master of the Depths, Woodland Bellower (expensive and doesn't even have trample, when all you're fetching is mana dorks usually) and Garruk Wildspeaker, Reclamation Sage (one off when you don't have any copying or bouncing) are ones you can skip really... They're good, but don't solve your concerns over being susceptible to removal and there are options out there like Arlinn Kord  Flip, Lifecrafter's Bestiary, Gratuitous Violence, Nylea, God of the Hunt, Zhur-Taa Druid, Radha, Heir to Keld...?

Shaman of the Great Hunt Dude. Play him.

All of the Scry Lands, I would take down to 2 total- they're too slow and unfetchable.

Just some thoughts

JaceTheSwagSculptor on Been Having Trouble Deciding on ...

2 months ago

In my opinion your Radha, Heir to Keld deck is probably the best built one you have for your budget. However you do have some pretty important cards missing from the elves archeatype. To name a few: Craterhoof Behemoth, Eternal Witness, Green Sun's Zenith, Natural Order, Glimpse of Nature, Primordial Sage, Eldritch Evolution, and Soul of New Phyrexia.

GobboE on Playgroup Competiveness

2 months ago

You sound like a fair player and not overly competitive, really. Though I must say that blowing up lands is often frowned upon in EDH (in casual, as well as competitive playgroups) - that's coming from me, I had an EDH land destruction deck with Radha, Heir to Keld but people didn't like playing against it for very legid reasons ;)

Basically: you can play (almost) any commander and make the deck more (or less) competitive. A bit of self reflection on your play style and the deck you are trying to create goes a long way in this. I use the '75% rule': meaning that you don't cover every flaw in your deck, but leave some in. F.i. I had a mono blue Tromokratis deck (with counter spells) people like playing against.

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