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Ruhan of the Fomori
Legendary Creature — Giant Warrior
At the beginning of combat on your turn, choose an opponent at random. Ruhan of the Fomori attacks that player this combat if able.
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Ruhan of the Fomori Discussion
1 month ago
Not sure 100%; I actually built the deck before they even made Zndrsplt and Okaum (Started off with Ruhan of the Fomori, then Keranos, God of Storms. Printing the coin flip partners inflated the price of the deck a lot. Keep in mind, for a Commander deck, this price is actually considered "budget", but swapping out Ral Zarek, Goblin Bomb, Fiery Gambit, Lightning Greaves, Shivan Reef and Karplusan Minotaur would save you a total of $32 bringing the cost of the deck down to $55. Chance Encounter is $10 and Krark's Thumb is around $6, but they are both pretty much win conditions of the deck (although the deck will still be fun and depending on the power level of your playgroup you might be able to afford keeping them out). Feel free to start off without those cards though, and replace them with something else initially (counterspells and removal probably, or ways to protect your creatures).
If you removed every card that I mentoned and replaced them with cards that you already had, you'd be saving around $47, and even then you could replace Puppet's Verdict, Mystic Confluence, Game of Chaos, Counterspell and Strionic Resonator for cheaper cards, saving $13 extra bringing the total savings up to $61
Basically what I'm saying is that if you really wanted to go budget, you could probably manage to make the deck for around $20-$30 (although I may be missing cards with "unknown" costs and other factors such as rounding error and the extra price that card shops tack on). I can try to make a budget list but I won't be playtesting it so I can't tell you 100% if it works. Hope this helps!
2 months ago
Wat dacht je van Kindred Dominance?
Ik ben geen fan Warchief Giant. Omdat de Myriad pas triggert op het aanvallen dus die tokens triggeren je commander niet. Daarnaast denk ik je die spot beter kan gebruik voor meer mana fix.
Ruhan of the Fomori Een 7/7 voor 4 mana. Niet echt bijzonder naar mijn mening
Mirri, Weatherlight Duelist zorgt ervoor dat je minder kan aanvallen dus ook mindere tokens krijgt omdat je wilt winnen omdat je wijd gaat in plaats van groot?
Mardu Woe-Reaper is een leuke kaart. Goed gevonden
Als je Kin-Tree Invocation gaat gebruiken moet je dan niet iets extreem groots maken?
Als ik je deck zo ziet, dan denk ik dat je een tribal deck wou maken met soort of good stuff waariors. Probeer meer spice! Probeer je 1/1 tokens groot te maken door dingen zoals: Collective Effort, Beastmaster Ascension en Radiant Destiny. "It is about drawing cards!" - SaffronOlive. Gebruik kaarten zoals Bident of Thassa en Shamanic Revelation. En waar is de removal? En de ramp?
Ik denk dat je nog een aantal dingen moet aanpassen om hiermee leuk en sterk te spellen.
4 months ago
There is also always the option to just give your creature vigilance via Akroma's Memorial, Always Watching , Angelic Field Marshal, Angelic Skirmisher, Brave the Sands, Heliod, God of the Sun, Oathsworn Giant, or Serra's Guardian (there were more of those than I anticipated and not all are good, but i was committed by the time i realized how many there were.
Deck seems to want built in Jeskai, so I suggest Ruhan of the Fomori at the helm.
5 months ago
+1 this looks gnarly
My buddy plays his own version and it rocks. I went u/r/g for my 1v1, but I see a lot of similarities in here. Have fun!
6 months ago
Kaalia of the Vast it's pretty simple to use and it's truly powerful but it will draw hate.
Zur the Enchanter is it good choice on your first attack with him you can go get a protection enchantment like Diplomatic Immunity. Then your opponent cannot Target him and you can still use his effect to continue enchanting him when he attacks.
Ruhan of the Fomori is a little bit more casual, but can built around equipments like the swords.
Bruna, Light of Alabaster is really neat because you can pull auras off your opponent's creatures and out of your hand.
6 months ago
Liking the list, here is my own Najeela, the Blade-Blawesome. I don't run Cryptolith Rite or Song of Freyalise cuz Najeela won't untap them, it makes for too many pieces of the puzzle. I have been able to test my deck a little bit and so far, I've enjoyed more the beefy Warriors and using the token gen as a side bonus. Zurgo Helmsmasher, Surrak Dragonclaw, Ruric Thar, the Unbowed, Ruhan of the Fomori, Grimgrin, Corpse-Born, and of course Hamletback Goliath have all been all-stars.
6 months ago
There are two rules regarding Ruhan of the Fomori that I am a little confused about.
- "If, during your declare attackers step, Ruhan is tapped, is affected by a spell or ability that says it can’t attack, or hasn’t been under your control continuously since your turn began (and doesn’t have haste), then it doesn’t attack. If there’s a cost associated with having Ruhan attack the chosen player, you aren’t forced to pay that cost, so it doesn’t have to attack that player in that case either."
- "If Ruhan isn’t forced to attack the chosen player for one of the above reasons but can still attack, you may choose to have Ruhan attack another player, attack a planeswalker, or not attack at all."
What I get from these is that if the player with Ruhan has to attack a player that has a Propaganda and can't pay the two mana, they can choose to either abstain from attacking, or can choose to attack a different player or planeswalker.
So, does this mean that the Ruhan player finally gets to choose what they attack instead of leaving it to chance, or does it mean that they have to choose randomly again?
If Ruhan has to attack a player that has something that prevents it from attacking, the player can choose to attack something/someone else, or choose not to attack at all. Does this mean that the player finally has control over Ruhan, or do they have to roll the dice to choose something else?
7 months ago
For commander I would personally recommend Ruhan of the Fomori. A 7/7 for and could very much benefit from leading an Equipment deck if nothing else.
As for suggestions regarding looting type effects I dug up Compulsion, Burning Inquiry, Desperate Ravings, Merfolk Looter, Urza’s Tome, and Customs Depot to name a few off the top of my noodle. I must say that alongside these effects Library of Leng is an all-star.
Hope this helped, even if it's slighlty