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You may cast Rout any time you could cast an instant if you pay 2 more to cast it.
Destroy all creatures. They can't be regenerated.
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4 days ago
I've strangely increased the competitive rating of the deck I'm working on by removing expensive cards that didn't synergize well, so this only confuses me more. Does tappedout look at other cards at all or does it just assign each card a % it adds to the deck? Either way I'll definitely be mostly ignoring the feature since it called a deck I managed to swing 80 non-token damage with in one turn (with no way for even a Rout to mess with me).
5 days ago
Ok, here are my opinions. I run a Vampire edh too so if you'd like to check that out it's called Danse Macabre.
1) Ashnod's Altar is a good addition. I would drop Black Market for it. This is because you really could use a sac outlet in this kind of deck. If you do decide to add this, add a Rout for a quick Board Clear.
4) Mentor of the Meek is very powerful with Edgar, because every token is a draw. Technically a worse Skullclamp but still very good to have. Otherwise, Chandra Ablaze is also good for refilling your hand if you run out.
1 week ago
Week 1 Results
The cats deck came out strong with a Sol Ring + Sword of the Animist start. In short order, I was attacking with ~10 power while the dragon player was still assembling 5-color, and the two Vampire players were building up chump blockers as fast as they could. The game ended up coming down to Blood Tribute + Sanguine Bond to potentially kill me, but I talked my way out of it due to the fact that the other targets had openly allied against myself and the Vampire deck deciding. Negotiates got heated and I had to offer up a 2nd place concession (to match the other target's offer) in order to not be immediately one-shotted.
Sitting down in a triple vampire pod with a voltron deck, I already knew I wasn't going to win. Too many free 1/1 blockers that would completely negate my deck unless I could find some trample. A painfully slow start ended up with me sitting on a single cat for the majority of the game: Stalking Leonin which I used to great affect negotiating my way out of getting hit by giant scary vampires. I drew into a Rout late game and when it game down to "who can I kill this turn", I assured the dominant vampire that it was not me. After the vampire blood feud ended with a single vampire deck standing victorious, I knew the writing was on the wall. Casually spot removing my only
2 weeks ago
Have you considered something like Static Orb into the deck? It works very well with Authority of the Consuls and friends, and since your deck thrives in long, grindy games, it might work out in your favor.
I'd also rather play Toxic Deluge than Rout, personally. It deals with indestructible creatures, and can be tailored to your needs. I'm also a fan of Fire Covenant in general, when you really need that instant-speed targeted wrath.
2 weeks ago
2 weeks ago
Looks good for a first time EDH deck :)
You run more white creatures than red, so perhaps a Mass Calcify over Rout? It isn't an instant but it could be a near one sided wipe. Looks like you covered the main two weaknesses of Boros (draw and ramp) pretty well too.
If you're all about combat phases, then the last suggestion I'll make are two things that can make combat a nightmare. Hero of Bladehold spews more soldiers out every time she attacks and makes them stronger to boot. Odric, Master Tactician can make your dudes unblockable if he gets enough friends.