Slippery Bogle


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Custom Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Ultimate Masters (UMA) Uncommon
Eventide (EVE) Common

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Slippery Bogle

Creature — Beast


Latest as Commander

Slippery Bogle Discussion

Caerwyn on Eldrazi hexproof

2 weeks ago

Despite the all caps proclamation and tag, this deck is neither Tron nor Aura Hexproof.

Tron is a deck featuring the three Tron lands Urza's Mine , Urza's Tower , and Urza's Power Plant to quickly ramp. Aura Hexproof involves cheap creatures like Slippery Bogle and cheap auras to pump them quickly.

In Modern, you need to be prepared to consistently win on turn 4, or lock the opponent down by turn 4.

You’re currently running too many cards with high mana costs; too little efficient removal (such as Path to Exile ), and your ramp package is not quick enough for Modern. All in all, I don’t see this deck being all that competitive in the brutal environment of Modern.

I know this sounds a bit harsh, but you said on your thread your primary concern was not wasting money on a deck that wouldn’t work, so I simply wanted to provide my honesty assessment.

Demarge on Does Runed Halo Targets?

1 month ago

course to make that extra confusing so long as the aura spell isn't being cast but brought into play by an effect it then doesn't target, for example thanks to a Sun Titan trigger you can put a Pacifism from your graveyard onto an opponent's Slippery Bogle .

Course in before we get the "this post is being moved to the Q&A because it fits better into that section."

xtechnetia on Does Runed Halo Targets?

1 month ago

No, Runed Halo doesn't target anything. So you can name Slippery Bogle with it.

If the card doesn't use the actual word "target", it doesn't target.

Cannonhead on Turn 2 Sigarda's Aid

1 month ago

I might recommend that you go with either Gladecover Scout or Slippery Bogle rather than Kor duelist and Noble Hierarch as they’ll be much more difficult to remove. Then you could potentially go “Turn one, creature. Turn two, Sigarda’s Aid+Hammer” and just start swinging.

Happycamper3611 on Kestia, Primal Surge (G/W/U Enchantress EDH)

1 month ago

I love the deck and I often play flavor cards over "best in slot cards".

I run my Kestia, the Cultivator deck as a Slippery Bogle deck like the ones run in modern, so it's chock full of umbras and pro creature cards like Bear Umbra and Spirit Mantle

I also run Estrid, the Masked because putting totem armour on Privileged Position just kinda completes the "don't touch me while I beat your face" theme I'm going for.

great deck and cool combo with Primal Surge !

Caerwyn on Modern Horizons Announced

2 months ago

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Until end of turn, target creature you control becomes a Wurm with base power and toughness 6/4.

Overload 4GG

Notice how nothing in the text modifies the abilities of the creature(s). As such, Slippery Bogle will still have hexproof and Glistener Elf will still have infect.

Fun times.

Ugin420 on Deck Tags are Outdated

3 months ago

if people could make their own tags, there will be plenty of bad tags seeing the light of day. it also makes it much harder for people to search for decks, because oftentimes people can't agree on what to call a specific archetype. some people like the term "affinity", i prefer "robots". some people like "hardened scales affinity", i prefer "hardened modular", just as a couple examples.

i personally also much prefer "aura hexproof" to "bogles". just makes more sense in actually describing what the deck does. Slippery Bogle is just 1 card in the deck, and to someone who is unfamiliar with the archetype, "aura hexproof" explains the game plan immediately, whereas just calling it Slippery Bogle does not.

PiranhaWiz on Estrid's Masked Madness

4 months ago

You may want to consider enchantments with mana doubling effects such as Zendikar Resurgent , Mirari's Wake . I also think hexproof creatures work best with an aura theme like Slippery Bogle , Silhana Ledgewalker , Sagu Mauler . Asceticism and Sterling Grove are also amazing for this deck. I would add more destruction like Crush Contraband or Return to Dust even Relic Crush . Reclamation Sage , Indrik Stomphowler , Acidic Slime . Maybe even Seal of Cleansing

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