Creature — Human Warrior
Revolt — When Renegade Rallier enters the battlefield, if a permanent you controlled left the battlefield this turn, return target permanent card with converted mana cost 2 or less from your graveyard to the battlefield.
Printings View all
|Aether Revolt (AER)||Uncommon|
|FNM Promos (FNM)||None|
|Promo Set (000)||Rare|
Combos Browse all
- Renegade Rallier + Saffi Eriksdotter
- Blood Bairn + Kaya's Ghostform + Renegade Rallier
- Dance of the Dead + Renegade Rallier
- Enigmatic Incarnation + Karametra's Favor + Renegade Rallier
- Enigmatic Incarnation + Renegade Rallier + Wolfwillow Haven
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Renegade Rallier occurrence in decks from the last year
All decks: 0.09%
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%
Renegade Rallier Discussion
1 month ago
With regards to sac outlets, I actually made the decision a while ago to cut the number of outlets down in my list, in place of more card advantage and honestly I can say that I have found it to be better. There are 4 main sac outlets that I focus on, Blasting Station, Altar of Dementia, Ashnod's Altar and Phyrexian Altar. I also sport Starved Rusalka and Greater Good (which is insane btw with the release of Renegade Rallier), however that's really all the repeatable outlets I run.
The reasoning I found was that while you can run a bunch of sac outlets, ultimately you can create lots of combinations that don't do anything. For example, Saffi Eriksdotter + Karmic Guide + Fanatical Devotion, while being an infinite combo, doesn't actually achieve anything for the deck. And while you can add Soul of the Harvest for card draw, you now need 4 cards to generate value and even still can potentially not have the mana required to do anything as a follow up.
I appreciate that adding the Boonweaver Giant combo into the deck kind of skews the number of sacrifice outlets you want to run in the deck. That being said, generally if you're going to run the boonweaver combo then that should be the central focus of the deck, with the rest of the list leaning into supporting the combo. So cards like Idyllic Tutor are going to make the deck a lost stronger as you want more options to get a sac outlet and then get either boonwevaer or pattern down and then go from there. For me personally, I elected not to try and integrate this as a combo since I felt that it was strongest with the addition of black for the creature based support that is offered there. But again, I still think the general premise of "less situational sac outlets, more tutors/draw" will ultiamtely be beneficial for the deck.
As for the swaps you've suggested, I think that they seem decent, I personally would have gone for more draw over Caregiver but at the end of the day you need to build a list that's comfortable for your playstyle.
2 months ago
Idk what your budget is, but both fetchlands and Birds of Paradise / Noble Hierarch are worth considering, as well as Scavenging Ooze . Ghost Quarter is also good, especially with Renegade Rallier . As for not running out of gas, there's a bunch of options, like Collected Company and Tireless Tracker . You should also consider something against burn like Kitchen Finks .
3 months ago
So sorry for the late response! If you want to tone down my decklist, it's actually really easy. All you have to do is remove most or all of the noncreature tutors and/or Protean Hulk . You will still have the Reveillark / Karmic Guide combo along with the Renegade Rallier / Saffi Eriksdotter combo, but you'll have to naturally draw the pieces or go for a critical mass victory. Then you get to replace the cards you cut with your favorite pet cards! Hope this comment wasn't too late haha
3 months ago
DistortionSlayer Its Saffi Eriksdotter + sac outlet + either Renegade Rallier , Sun Titan , Karmic Guide or Reveillark . Sacrifice Saffi Eriksdotter target Sun Titan , sacrifice titan, he re-enters the battlefield bringing Saffi back then repeat.
or Karmic Guide + Reveillark + sac outlet. Sacrifice Karmic Guide then sacrifice Reveillark to bring Karmic Guide and another creature back. Karmic Guide brings back Reveillark so you can do it again and again.
3 months ago
I really like this combo of Biomancer's Familiar plus Eldrazi Displacer but I have a couple of suggestions that might make the deck run a little smoother. First of a big issue with this color combination is that it is actually a 4 color deck without fetches that might be a tad tricky. And Yavimaya Coast gives us 3 of them so they are an instant 4 of. And to be honest that is really the only good land in the format for us.
For the creatures. I feel like there are a lot of powerful ones in there but there isn't enough synergy to justify the familiar or displacer. Let's fix that! A card I love for this deck is Incubation Druid the reason why is that it works incredibly well with both Biomancer's Familiar and Eldrazi Displacer . Like insanely well. First its adapt cost gets reduced by familiar second it can produce colorless mana if you have colorless lands for displacer to keep displacing. And if we add a third card into the loop Bounding Krasis we can go infinite. The nice thing about krasis is it does an ok impression of Reflector Mage when we need it to.
Also I still think we aren't getting enough value out of Biomancer's Familiar yet so the last card that should round out our synergy there is Duskwatch Recruiter Flip. Insanely good on its own and allows us to dig through our entire deck if we go infinite.
At this point I would seriously consider going on a Collected Company plan over the Shalai, Voice of Plenty , Reality Smasher and Tamiyo, Collector of Tales because well we are trying to out value our opponent not run them over. The Matter Reshaper s are another good card on their own but not really doing too much for the synergy you are trying to go for.
For rounding out the rest of the deck I would consider some of the following cards Thraben Inspector , Charming Prince , Overwhelmed Apprentice , Renegade Rallier and last but not least Fblthp, the Lost .
Hope this was helpful!
3 months ago
3 months ago
I recall seeing this version of the same concept a while back.
What do you think about the addition of Renegade Rallier ?
4 months ago
Hi I love the deck :)
I am not used to pod decks though and I am struggling to get my head round the end of the combo.
At the end I think you have:
Prime Speaker Vannifar 2/4 tapped
Renegade Rallier 3/2
Corridor Monitor 1/4
Samut, Voice of Dissent 3/4 tapped
Verdurous Gearhulk 4/4 (and 4 additional power)
for a total of 20 power of which 5 of it is tapped?
I'm sure I'm missing something, could you point out to what it is?