Sidisi, Brood Tyrant

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Frontier Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Khans of Tarkir Mythic Rare

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Sidisi, Brood Tyrant

Legendary Creature — Naga Shaman

Whenever Sidisi, Brood Tyrant enters the battlefield or attacks, put the top three cards of your library into your graveyard.

Whenever one or more creature cards are put into your graveyard from your library, put a 2/2 black Zombie creature token onto the battlefield.

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Sidisi, Brood Tyrant Discussion

goblinguiderevealpls on Mogis Trigger

1 day ago

I get where your coming from, but your logic has a flaw

Yes, you will often pay 5-10 life to activate deluge, and that hurys you a lot in rakdos, you're right about that

However, as far as taking as little damage as possible, the creatures that would hit you during the next combat phase is often FAR more than 5-10 life, and if its not then obviously deluge is worth casting, but 95% of the time the life you pay is much less than the damage you would be taking from say Prossh, Skyraider of Kher,Marath, Will of the Wild and infinite tokens, or a Sidisi, Brood Tyrant token swarm and essentially every aggro edh commander

Point is, if you want to take the least amount of damage possible, deluge helps a lot more with that than you perceive, and if you're too low or cant afford to pay the life, simply dont cast it

Lycanion69 on Grave deck

6 days ago

I think I'll check with one of these: Lazav, Dimir Mastermind,Sidisi, Brood Tyrant,Jeleva, Nephalia's Scourge thanks everyone

SteelSentry on Grave deck

6 days ago

My reanimator deck has Sidisi, Brood Tyrant as the commander. Teneb, the Harvester is a commander that can reanimate by himself. If you wanted to run a mill/reanimate deck, you could run Lazav, Dimir Mastermind, since blue gives you access to "reanimating" spells with Spelltwine, Diluvian Primordial, Wrexial, the Risen Deep, and Memory Plunder.

sonnet666 on [List - Multiplayer] EDH Generals by Tier

1 week ago

Penguin_Gamer_1, You are completely correct.

All the other 2017 pre-cons had only 3 legends, and he was the only mono-color, so I guess he just slipped my mind.

I wouldn't say he's completely comboless, since I think he's probably the best commander for the old Darksteel Plate + Worldslayer lock. However that's not really cEDH worthy, so T4 is correct as well. I'll add him in.


Lilbrudder, We've listed enough reasons for demoting Prossh and enough people have agreed that I'm comfortable demoting him to T1.5. I'll put up that Blood Pod deck as well.


Gates88, If you're going to write us what is essentially a small essay, can you at least do us the courtesy of fact checking it like it's one?

  • Mairsil, the Pretender, The combo for Mairsil has already been figured out. Simply get Mirror-Mad Phantasm (or Razaketh) caged and you have an "I win" button for 5 mana or less. Since you're already running LabMan and cantrips Doomsday makes a fine plan B. Tier 2 is accurate for that strategy.

  • Razaketh, the Foulblooded, The deck I made for him goes off on turn 3 or 4 every game, and I haven't even improved it in over a month. If you think that Sidisi is going off 2 turns earlier than that you're insane.

  • Teferi, Temporal Archmage, I think a deck who's main combo wants you to run as many 2+ rocks as possible can get away with having a 6 mana commander, especially when that commander is going to refund you that mana the turn you play him. If anything, Teferi's gotten an upgrade recently, because Paradox Engine and Dramatic Scepter can be run excellently alongside his main strategy (so can HT+Candelabra, for that matter). The decklist we have up doesn't reflect this, while somehow having time for trash like Manifold Insights, so maybe it's time for us to get a new one. If the meta really has been stacked against Teferi strategically recently then we can consider demoting him, but I'm not demoting him just because he's unpopular right now, and I don't think he should be dropped below T1.5 if we do.

  • Karador, Ghost Chieftain, This is a 3 color, commander tax resistant commander, that turns your graveyard into your hand, generates value with any creature that puts itself in the graveyard, and has multiple win-on-the-spot combos that can be kicked off for as little as 3 mana. I'M NOT PUTTING HIM IN TIER 3.

Aside from all that, could you also try not to make statements don't bring anything new to the discussion?

"General Tazri - Fast, consistent, resilient - everything you'd want in a combo deck. Obviously tier 1."

Ok, sure, but no one has even been contesting that, so why did you need to bring it up? Almost half of your comments in that post are to say that a commander should stay right where it is, when there hasn't even been any talk of moving it down. Why bother telling us? It just distracts from anything interesting you might be saying.

I don't take an issue with you making a very long post, or with you sharing your opinion, but in the future, please try your best to make sure that everything you're saying is really worth saying, and that the comment you make is the best one you're able to make, before hitting send. Because reading all that as it was was annoying.

You did make some good points in all that, so let me give you a response to them:

  • Yidris, Maelstrom Wielder, There's been some talk of moving him down. I will consider it. But after all the talk about sticking him and swinging the next turn in the KessVsJeleva discussion, I can't help feeling like we're missing an easier way to go off with him on the same turn. Adding Concordant Crossroads and Need for Speed to the deck might be worthwhile. JimWolfie's deck also doesn't run Hurkyl's Recall or Retract, both of which seem really good with the cascade trigger. Another solid plan might be to cut Lotus Bloom. Since mana is usually easier to generate than cards, you'd be certain without it in there that your first cascade trigger would give you gas, which makes trying to storm into a hasty Yidris much more reliable.

  • Brago, King Eternal & Grand Arbiter Augustin IV, You had pretty solid reasoning for moving these guys down. A new deck like Blood Pod being a tough match-up is a good meta reason for demoting a commander. (For anyone wondering, "X new commander in Y color identity plays Z strategy better!" is a BAD meta reason, because it doesn't actually make the old commander any worse.) I would be willing to move them down to T2, but I'd like to get a consensus before doing so.

  • Sidisi, Brood Tyrant & The Gitrog Monster, I could see these two moving up as well, but I'm a bit more hesitant about The Gitrog Monster. The reliability of the combo can't be denied, but like Sidisi, Undead Vizier, it's a bit difficult for it to play through counterspells. There are only like 3 or 4 effective ways to stop people from messing with your spells, and a lot of Gitrog lines rely on specific cards, so it's easy to know what to counter.

  • Atraxa, Praetors' Voice, Finally, a demotion I can get behind. I feel like the only reason she was placed so high to begin with was people sort of expected proliferate.dec to have better synergies come out of it. At this point all we really need to do is figure out how low she should actually get dropped and what strategy is really best for her.

  • Oona, Queen of the Fae & Dralnu, Lich Lord, You're saying these should stay, and my opinion on Dralnu is already out there, so I'm not going to get too into this, but as a general statement I'd just like to say that it's worthwhile to think of the .5 tiers as a section for commanders that are around the same power level as the tier above them, but have weakness or drawbacks in their strategy compared to those commanders. Dralnu is about the same power level as many T2 commanders, but has an obvious drawback that weighs him down a little. Same could be said for most of T1.5 and T2.5. However, all of that was a tangent, because what I started writing this to say was I disagree with your estimation of their color identity as "restricted." Dimir is actually one of the best color pairs right now for infinite combo decks, since it has Dramatic Scepter, PE, HT, the best control cards, great draw, all the general tutors, AND all the artifact tutors. Losing green hurts your ramp a little bit, but all the extra rocks you're including for your combos go a long way towards making it up, and creature tutors are all but unnecessary. Blue/Black is just awesome right now, all I'm saying.

  • Baral, Chief of Compliance, This is interesting. Has he not been as effective as people were thinking, or did HT just fall out of favor? I'm open to the idea. What does everybody else think of demoting him?

  • I'll swap to your Johnny, Combo Player list. I didn't really bother checking the last one that thoroughly since it's Un-set. Your's seems better.


To everybody else, I'm reviewing the decks that have been posted. I'll put up the ones that look good, and comment if I think something needs to be changed. Stay posted.

Daedalus19876 on gdm1989

1 week ago

I don't have much time to deckbuild at the moment alas - final weeks of my NASA internship! - but I have a good friend who's working on Taigam, Ojutai Master if you want me to link to his list :)

And Taigam, Sidisi's Hand is going into my Sidisi, Brood Tyrant list (appropriately enough, hehe).

guardianhunter19 on Sidisi and the Milling Brood

3 weeks ago

I'm a huge sucker for tribal themes in decks and I think breaking the mold on Sidisi, Brood Tyrant is a good idea. For a zombie deck featuring a small mill package (especially against your opponents) I'm surprised to not see Phenax, God of Deception, Diregraf Colossus, Cryptbreaker, and especially The Scarab God for those pesky Eldrazi that shuffle the graveyard back into the library. Oona, Queen of the Fae would be a nice inclusion too but wouldn't support the mill package.

Im not too sure about the inclusion of Oblivion Sower since I dont know if you have enough exiling mill to get the lands or want to at all. And I think Vengeful Dead could be replaced with either Zulaport Cutthroat or Blood Artist.

Just some suggestions, overall I really like the deck!

Cmasa435 on Hidden commander??

3 weeks ago

You could run Damia, Sage of Stone as the commander, use it to fill the hand, or maybe Sidisi, Brood Tyrant to fill the grave and give 2/2's for when Ezuri is out to get some experience counters, then run the ususal black tutors, Demonic Tutor, Vampiric Tutor, etc. Those colors work well with infect, could try to do something there, also add in some grave interaction stuff alongside Meren.

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