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Samut, Voice of Dissent
Legendary Creature — Human Warrior
Double strike, vigilance, haste
Other creatures you control have haste.
, : Untap another target creature.
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Samut, Voice of Dissent Discussion
4 days ago
1 week ago
So, this question is based on a situation that happened last game night, and I was not sure at the time so I just let it pass by. I was playing my Najeela, the Blade-Blossom and my opponent passed the turn to me, and, in the end step of his turn, I casted Samut, Voice of Dissent and he Rend Flesh her. Can he do that before the end of his turn?
2 weeks ago
Samut, the Tested cannot be a commander.
Only legendary creatures and other cards that say "CARDNAME can be your commander" can be your commander.
For example, Mayael the Anima or Samut, Voice of Dissent can be your commander. So can Ob Nixilis of the Black Oath - note the text at the bottom declaring he can be your commander. Only a small subset of Planeswalkers can be commanders.
Some playgroups use a variation of the rules to allow any Planeswalker to be a commander, or play a Commander variant that otherwise allows this, but it's not part of the common ruleset.
Regarding another detail here..
All planeswalkers are legendary now. There was a rules change awhile back to make it so, and at the same time it removed the "planeswalker uniqueness rule" so you can have multiple planeswalker cards depicting the same character, as long as they are not the exact same one.
For example you can control Ob Nixilis Reignited and Ob Nixilis of the Black Oath at the same time without having to put one into a graveyard, even though neither of those has the Legendary printed on the most recent edition of the card, it is something all planeswalkers have now. If you get a second copy of Ob Nixilis of the Black Oath into play, you must choose one to keep due to the Legendary rule.
1 month ago
SP3CTR3_chelts I think I’ll remove 2 check lands from the deck since I don’t really feel comfortable going below 35 lands since I don’t have too much mana ramp in the deck, excluding the ones that put land onto the battlefield.
Then I’ll remove Combat Celebrant , Wild Pair , Gruul Spellbreaker , and Samut, Voice of Dissent , Bow of Nylea since a lot of the time the creatures don’t get blocked anyways, and swap out Coat of Arms for one of the other tribal artifact.
Swapping them out for 2-3 pieces of removal, maybe a Mystical Tutor , probably 1-2 signets for the deck into the deck for some more mana ramp, and getting Coastal Piracy and Keep Watch into the deck for some more card draw.
1 month ago
Shared Animosity is also ridiculously good. For such a cheep enchantment it is soo aggressive. Especially as it gives them a boost until the end of turn so if you untap and attack again the creatures that attacked twice get a double boost! (although it does not trigger on the warriors that are created tapped and attacking. But, if you stack your triggers correctly it will count them when giving your warriors that attacked a boost). Purphoros, God of the Forge if you have or can get your hands on one is just a better Impact Tremors more damage, Indestructibility and pump ability is great.
In terms removing cards from the deck:
I think Wild Pair is too costly in terms of CMC but if you have a good argument I'll happily listen.
You could probably cut a couple of lands. I run low 30's I think but I also do run more signets.
Probably creatures is where I would drop the other cards. Combat Celebrant can be great but I normally find it to be underwhelming as it dies far too quickly. Gruul Spellbreaker for me is a standard card, It does not really protect much (only really against settle the wreckage). Samut, Voice of Dissent I find is too mana intensive as generally if I have that much mana i want to attack again.
Try taking some of these out and swapping them in for low costing hard hitting removal (mainly multipurpose enchantment and creature removal) and you will find you stagnate less.
3 months ago
Hey Shogunium, Samut, Voice of Dissent would be pretty spicy, but I think my deck is pretty well locked into G/b even if the idea of switching to red does tickle me. Throne of the God-Pharaoh is actually a card I have had in and out of this deck (including the previous incarnation which is linked in the description). I think I've excluded it for now just for consistency, but it is a strong contender for being thrown back in. And nice, I'll check it out!
3 months ago
Your deck looks pretty solid, if you decide to add red in it, i would consider 1 Samut, Voice of Dissent for haste.
and i would totally add 1 Throne of the God-Pharaoh
Check out my deck Green deck wins ,it is legacy format but it have much similarity with your deck.
3 months ago
Hello, regarding your first note about how tutors take away from the anticipation. I agree 100%, my Samut, Voice of Dissent deck is built like that, and it helps it keep it's glow. With that being said, I think the more haste this deck has the better and you should consider adding her, or replacing Urabrask with (I think Samut is miles better). Also Primal Surge FTW! +1
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