Regal Force

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Duel Decks: Elves vs. Inventors (DDU) None
Eternal Masters (EMA) Rare
Eventide (EVE) Rare

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Regal Force

Creature — Elemental

When Regal Force enters the battlefield, draw a card for each green creature you control.

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Regal Force Discussion

triproberts12 on Wolfen Horde

6 days ago

Also, sorry to post so much, and I should have collected my thoughts first, having thought about building a werewolf deck before. I would also put in some higher impact interaction than Destructive Revelry and Savage Twister . The former is great in 60-card formats for its efficiency, but you really want to be running something like Bane of Progress , especially with Ruric. Krosan Grip is also better, since the 2 life rarely matters, and Vandalblast and Blasphemous Act are both staples of the format. A lot of people also like Decimate and Hull Breach in GR. Finally, you'll want some card draw. Vanquisher's Banner , Herald's Horn , and Path of Ancestry are all good, but generic stuff like Beast Whisperer , Harmonize , Zendikar Resurgent , Rishkar's Expertise , Soul of the Harvest , Lifecrafter's Bestiary , Shamanic Revelation , Elemental Bond , Greater Good , Regal Force , Primordial Sage , Momentous Fall , Life's Legacy , and Soul's Majesty will all help.

triproberts12 on Punch the infidels!

6 days ago

I would just go ahead and lose the 7 non-permanents, entirely. Vexing Shusher can replace Red Elemental Blast as anti-counterspell tech. You already have a ton of artifact and enchantment hate, so Krosan Grip and By Force aren't necessary. Burnished Hart , Dawntreader Elk , Oashra Cultivator and Elvish Rejuvenator are all creature options to replace Cultivate and Kodama's Reach . Elemental Bond , Guardian Project (from the new set), Garruk's Packleader , and Regal Force would all be suitable replacements for Rishkar's Expertise and Shamanic Revelation .

NV_1980 on Engulfed In Energy

1 week ago

Hi,

Thanks for commenting on our deck!

We had considered Ghalta, Primal Hunger but decided not to add it because most of the other creatures we're using are more versatile and have more going for them other than just being really big.

The combo you're mentioning with Temur Sabertooth and Regal Force is nice, but we feel we would be adding these cards just to enable this combo; especially Sabertooth. That's not enough for us. And sure, Force is a great draw-enabler, but the deck contains plenty of ways for us to draw cards already and most are much cheaper to cast and use.

We took out Rhonas's Monument from an earlier iteration of this deck. We felt it was just a win-more card and didn't add enough to our overall strategy.

Survival of the Fittest and Earthcraft would both make this deck more powerful. However, we currently do not own them and we've stopped buying MTG cards. This means we would have to find someone who is willing to trade these with us and we've found this to be hard.

We have mixed feelings about Protean Hulk. It too was in an earlier iteration of this deck and it's not bad, but it's rather expensive to cast. It happened a bit too frequently that by the time we got to use his tutoring ability, we were usually already winning anyway, so we didn't really see the point.

We like your Ulvenwald Tracker suggestion. Great way to get rid of pesky utility creatures in the opposing side that won't block our monsters in an attack. Especially good combined with some of the untap enablers in this deck, so that we can use it more often. We're going to think a bit about what it will replace.

Lastly, Selvala's Stampede is wonderful but we found that it's not very handy when you're using lots of creatures with variable mana costs, so we decided to not use it in this deck.

Thanks again for all your thoughts, we appreciate it!

Regards,

Mrs. and Mr. NV_1980

Bigcupofjoey2000 on Engulfed In Energy

1 week ago

Hey NV_1980 I like this deck. However, there are some cards you need to add in here. Ghalta, Primal Hunger Temur Sabertooth Rhonas's Monument Survival of the Fittest Earthcraft Protean Hulk Ulvenwald Tracker Selvala's Stampede Regal Force

My favorite combo is The Paradox Engine, Selvala, Ghalta, any mana dork, Temur sabertooth, and Regal Force

Tap mana dork for selvala, using Temur Sabertooth to bounce regal force to your hand. Cast him, untap everything, and draw cards.

Kamerot on Kamahl, Fist of Krosa

1 week ago

If you're needing a big body, then go with Primalcrux, I ran it for a long time and it fits every theme of the deck. It is never a dead card and scales throughout the game.

If your card draw is lacking, add in Regal Force and Shamanic Revelation, both will help refill your hand. Another option that's similar to beast whisperer is Garruk's Packleader, it's on etb, but restricted to creatures with power 3 and up. Still a solid card.

End-Raze Forerunners is a solid card, my only concern is, he is 8 mana and with kamahl, you can spend 5 to give your creatures +3/+3 and trample or spend 10 to give +6/+6 and trample. He may be worth playtesting at the very least for your deck though.

And lastly, I would run Wave of Vitriol over rampage of the clans. It costs more, but giving your opponents a bunch of 3/3's can be dangerous, wave only gives basic lands and if it's a 3+ color deck, could potentially wipe out their mana base while giving next to nothing back.

hkhssweiss on Gahiji Honors Dorks

2 weeks ago

Here might be some cards that might help (in no particular order), some of them aren't budget:

Hope that helps! Naya is a bit weak on card draw, and you already have one of the best CA engine in Sylvan Library.

multimedia on Slimefoot, the Stowaway

2 weeks ago

Hey, consider adding sac outlets? Creatures or other cards that have an ability to sacrifice a Sap:

The nice thing about these cards are they are all repeatable sac and most have no mana cost activations to sac a Sap. Ashnods is not a budget card, but I'm suggesting it because it's very good with Slimefoot since you make colorless mana when you sac a creature. Skullclamp is amazing draw with 1/1 Sap tokens or sac outlets.

Budget lands to consider:

Other Sap themed cards to consider adding:

Cards that give you a repeatable source of Saps for no or little mana cost are very good: Satchel/Tendershoot/Mycoloth/Necrogenesis

Other cards that have good interaction with Saps to consider:

Other good support cards:

Intent is not a budget card, but I'm suggesting it because it has a very powerful effect when you sac a Sap.

I offer more help. If you like some of these suggestions I can help you to make cuts.

Good luck with your deck.


multimedia on Fungus EDH

2 weeks ago

Hey, one of the advantages of playing Fungus tribal are all the Fungi that put counters on themselves and remove them to make a Sap. You already have Doubling Season and Sporesower Thallid which are good, but consider expanding on the strategy of spore counters?

These two cards like Season put more spore counters on Fungi when they get a counter at your upkeep.

Other cards to consider adding:

Ashnods is very good with Slimefoot. Ashnods + any token doubler (Doubling Season/Parallel Lives, etc.) + Slimefoot is an infinite life loss for all opponents/infinite life for you combo. Tukatongue Thallid + Ashnods + Nim Deathmantle + Slimefoot is also an infinite combo.


Cards to consider cutting:

  • Death's Presence
  • Verdant Embrace
  • Flash Foliage
  • Bow of Nylea
  • Gruesome Fate
  • Fists of Ironwood
  • Fungal Sprouting
  • The Great Aurora
  • Rot Shambler
  • Thallid Omnivore
  • Thallid Soothsayer
  • 3x Forest
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