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Rage Reflection Discussion
2 months ago
Any Tribal deck with high cost creatures is begging for Cryptic Gateway. Best thing about Cryptic Gateway over cards like Elvish Piper or Quicksilver Amulet (which are also good cards for the deck) is that you can activate it as soon as it enters the battlefield after only paying 5 mana and you can activate it many times. Champion of Rhonas and Deathrender are more options to consider for te task if you like some redundancy in your deck.
Wave of Reckoning, a boardwipe that can affect you the least if you have creatures with higher toughness and enables Enrage.
The deck is heavily lacking on card draw, I always try to run at least eight card draw engines. My recomendations are Elemental Bond, Shamanic Revelation, Mouth / Feed, Rishkar's Expertise, Life's Legacy, Garruk, Primal Hunter, Soul's Majesty, Hunter's Prowess and maybe even Vanquisher's Banner. Also Seasons Past for recursion.
Path of Discovery has been workking amazingly for me in many decks.
Forerunner of the Empire is another no-brainer here. You tutor for a dino and get another enrage enabler while you devastate token based decks.
Needletooth Raptor this little guy have been an overperformer for me.
To make room for this recomendations I'd remove:
Warstorm Surge Good card, but high cost and slow, I'm trying also to lower the costs here.
Rage Reflection not as good as True Conviction and not as important as card draw.
Gratuitous Violence The triple red cost may be a problem, I still to much damage support and card draw is still needed badly.
Kindred Boon I've been using this card and it's not as good as it looks like, it's really slow and opponents see its on the battlefield and can play around it, I would change it for Boros Charm or Heroic Intervention.
Radiant Destiny Anthem cards are better with smaller creatures, in fact it's a bit weak.
Quest for Renewal You don't have enough abilities for this to be deserving a slot.
Earnest Fellowship Messes with some interaction of the deck, mainly Enrage and may benefit more your opponents than yourself, nice card choice though.
Ajani Vengeant The first two abilities are not really that good in commander, and you can't really count on using its ultimate.
Coat of Arms better use in smaller token decks, you'd probable be helping more your opponents than yourself.
Titanic Ultimatum super expensive and super conditional.
Armageddon You're the guy with supper high costs, It can be a game ender in the right circunstances but most of the time it will be a dead card in your hand.
Selvala's Stampede I've used it and it was bad for me. You'll be the only one voting wild and your opponents seeing you have few cards in hand by then will vote free and the effect will be a bit disappointing.
3 months ago
There are not nearly enough draw engines, too many trample enablers. Arlinn Kord Flip is strong, but unnecessary. Her +1/+1 trample anthem takes two turns to go off and the rest of her abilities (aside from her ult) have zero synergy. Gruul War Chant is less expensive and gives a better pay off immediately. You don't need a trample static buff, when everyone already has trample. Hazoret's Monument gives a reduction in CMC for cast spells, but the discard/draw effect is a gamble and unnecessary compared to a simple draw engine, which actually gives you card advantage (i.e. Soul of the Harvest). Tana, the Bloodsower may have trample, but at 4 CMC for a 4/4 (post swing) is not really that much kick. Something Faster could be put in it's place. Mina and Denn, Wildborn is just a 4 cost Azusa, Lost but Seeking, and the trample effect is redundant. For 7 CMC Pelakka Wurm is weak in value, compared to other high CMC cards that could be ran. Fanatic of Xenagos is cheap, but aside from being a fatty (with or without haste) it's kind of a one note card, there's already enough big creatures on the field, he doesnt bring anything to the table aside from strength. Skarrg Guildmage is redundant as is Khenra Charioteer. Atarka, World Render is not worth the seven, sure she hit's hard but is not as strong as double damage cards that buff ALL your creatures. Deus of Calamity has to be blocked by a creature with 2 or less toughness, otherwise he's not doing anything. Ghor-Clan Rampager is just a titanic growth. Slith Predator is boring, a +1/+1 counter is not much. There is not nearly enough draw in here, too many trample enablers, too few value cards, not enough bombs. Why have so much ramp, when there is too little draw, and not enough high CMC value cards? You removed gold cards from my schematics like Genesis Wave, Rage Reflection, Insult, Gruul War Chant, Elemental Bond, Soul of the Harvest, Rapacious One, Moldgraf Monstrosity, Lurking Predators, Garruk's Horde, Hunter's Prowess, Veilstone Amulet, and Harvest Season. The utter lack of value, draw power, and game ending cards is my only skepticism. That being said, I think Gruul Keyrune, One with Nature, Destructive Urge, and Hellkite Tyrant would be great additions. Also, why 37 lands?
3 months ago
Yidris does well in 3 different decks though you can build many other ways too. These are just more common.
1) Value- This build works off great value cards like Selvala's Stampede and the expertise spells like Baral's Expertise. ETBs from Myr Battlesphere and cascading into Mulldrifter. Really just a more focused version of goodstuff.
2) Storm- I haven't played storm so I can't explain how it works with Yidris very well. Suffice to say Aetherflux Reservoir comes up as the win con often. Google yidris storm primer and you should find plenty of good information.
3) Voltron- I actually built him this way and it was awesome. Temur Ascendancy, Rage Reflection, Fireshrieker, Bear Umbra, Aggravated Assault are some of what was in there. A lot of double strike and haste with some hexproof and just swing turn after turn. One spell turns into 3 anytime you hit an opponent.
You can find some of the more commonly included stuff here https://edhrec.com/commanders/yidris-maelstrom-wielder
Carth on Gishath Edh
3 months ago
Three people in my playgroup have the same commander, super annoying sometimes. I recommend Ghalta, Primal Hunger, Rage Reflection and Huatli, Radiant Champion. Also, 35 lands seems a little low, as I prefer to do 40.
5 months ago
Very cool flavor here.
Since you are heavy into creatures, maybe you could assemble more Overrun effects along with some more utility critters and then combine those with combat tricks and spells that grant you additional combat phases.
For example, Pathbreaker Ibex would let you run goats and overrun.
Terastodon would let you include an elephant that exiles stuff.
If you need a Biblical god here, Iroas, God of Victory, makes some sense.
Here are that grant you an "additional combat phase" so you could trample out multiple opponents per turn. Tricks like Boros Charm and Temur Battlerage that offer Double Strike might also be good (and enchantments like Berserkers' Onslaught and Rage Reflection), and something like Heroic Intervention could protect your attackers when it's time to alpha strike.
I might revisit the creature list (and maybe trim it to 36 or so), cut the swords, and focus your other spell types on either a) Overrun effects or b) additional combat phase effects.
Finally, check out your mana wheel at the top right of this page. You may want to rebalance your lands to make sure you draw the mana that is most likely to go with the spells you draw. You need a lot more G sources, a few more W sources, many fewer R sources, and a couple fewer U sources. Maybe start by looking at UR lands and swapping them out for more Forests and Plains. Then trim an Island or two and a few Mountains for more Forests and Plains. Then look at ways to make any dual lands you bring in include G. The deck should play more smoothly with a more aligned land base.
Have fun brewing!
5 months ago
You maynot be able to afford, Arid Mesa, Wooded Foothills, Cavern of Souls. With a Chromatic Lantern, I would sub City of Brass for Mana Confluence. I would pull Savage Beating and Aggravated Assault to add room for the other 2 cards. they are only 2 cards that give extra combat. If you wanted that I would make that the whole theme not just a few cards. I would also consider Kodama's Reach and Cultivate to add more mana ramp and it gives you mana in hand to take advantage of Burgeoning. I would also think about adding Iroas, God of Victory for your creatures to stay alive with the attacking you will be doing. I would remove Oblivion Ring and Rage Reflection
6 months ago
Frozen AEther help slow your opponents down.
Boseiju, Who Shelters All potentially worth having biased on how consistently you play against blue control.
Cavern of Souls must have in my opinion. Name dragon and just go to town.
Lim-Dul's Vault is a great form of tutor card. can be extremely helpful.
Quicksilver Amulet a must have for cheating in the big creatures of cheep.
7 months ago
It definitely works, I won my last game against last week against an Ur-Dragon deck and a Roon deck by using burn and Rage Reflection. For the kill, I stole the Ur-Dragon with Nicol Bolas and killed him with his own commander.