Reaper King


Format Legality
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Shadowmoor (SHM) Rare

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Reaper King

Legendary Artifact Creature — Scarecrow

((2/W) can be paid with any two mana or with (White). This card's converted mana cost is 10.)

Other Scarecrow creatures you control get +1/+1.

Whenever another Scarecrow enters the battlefield under your control, destroy target permanent.

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Reaper King Discussion

ZendikariWol on Vindicate is a Cool Card

1 month ago

Love your name. I would call my Reaper King deck Mutually Assured Destruction. Whose is better? The world may never know. Upvote the deck if you think it's his, upvote the deck if you think it's mine!

htownclyde on SJW: THE TRIGGERING

1 month ago

Maybe add in 1x Reaper King because this deck presents a hell of a strawman.

HoboTSH on The Reaper's Persistence

3 months ago

@n0bunga: Thanks for the input but I think I will pass on that one. Most times I don't end up casting Reaper King because I plan to win without him. The only reason he is the commander over say, Child of Alara or another 5 color Commander is because of Persist Scarecrows like Wingrattle Scarecrow and Rattleblaze Scarecrow allowing me to go infinite with his ability if I have to. I would much rather run the two cards suggested by DaftVader above because they make the rest of my persist creatures work with Reaper King. The only time he is cast is when I can combo with him.

HoboTSH on When a creature with persist ...

3 months ago

Building a Reaper King Aristocrats Commander deck that abuses persist and effects such as Juniper Order Ranger. It doesn't matter to me either way as I will still be playing the card; I am just curious as there will undoubtedly be a time this interaction comes up in play

greyninja on Rite of replication + tishana

3 months ago

Tishana is more complicated than I thought lol

Original Reaper King would see five etb, the five tokens would see four others etb

5 + (5 x 4) = 25

PhotogenicParasympathetic on Rite of replication + tishana

3 months ago

It's usually not relevant for Reaper King that the copies are gone by the time the triggers go on the stack, but since his ability is not optional (you MUST destroy a permanent), it actually does matter sometimes - if your opponents have fewer than 30 permanents, you have to target your own, and since the copies are all gone before the abilities go on the stack, you cannot target the copies you don't intend to keep.

PhotogenicParasympathetic on Rite of replication + tishana

3 months ago

When Rite of Replication resolves, it creates 5 Tishana, Voice of Thunders. Immediately, State-based actions are checked, and five Tishana's need to be moved to the graveyard. Then five triggers to draw cards equal to the number of creatures you control are put on the stack. Since you only have one Tishana left, you draw a total of five cards.

This is the same thing as with Reaper King - however, Reaper King doesn't care if scarecrows STAY in play, he only cares that they touch the battlefield. Therefore, kicking Rite on the King DOES destroy a bunch (30, to be precise, since 6 Kings see 5 Kings ETB) of permanents.

greyninja on Rite of replication + tishana

3 months ago

Doesn't a kicked Rite of Replication on Reaper King destroy like 25 permanents?

I always thought the creatures all "see each other" when they etb; then the legend rule kicks in and all but one implodes

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