Tajic, Blade of the Legion
Legendary Creature — Human Soldier
Battalion Whenever Tajic and at least two other creatures attack, Tajic gets +5/+5 until end of turn.
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Tajic, Blade of the Legion Discussion
1 day ago
I would highly suggest picking a two color commander as opposed to a mono colored commander since it's the easiest to build well, since having more colors usually gives you too many options and having fewer colors usually gives you too few.
From what I can see, I can suggest Tajic, Blade of the Legion featuring a theme of equipping/enchanting him to be able to deal lots of damage while board wiping since he would be immune to that. Be sure to take a look at MagicalHacker - List of All Board Wipe Cards and MagicalHacker - List of All Protecting Cards for finding cards for such a deck, and perhaps taking inspiration from https://edhrec.com/commanders/tajic-blade-of-the-legion. Also, since I know many people think boros doesn't have any draw or ramp, take a look at MagicalHacker - List of All Draw Cards (Steady), MagicalHacker - List of All Draw Cards (Burst), and MagicalHacker - List of All Ramp Cards to find more than enough options for ramp (yes, they aren't as good as the hyper efficient black and green options respectively, but they are efficient enough).
5 days ago
Aurelia, the Warleader, despite not being a soldier, can allow your soldiers to pack more punch, and can allow Battalion cards to trigger twice, such as the aforementioned Tajic. Gisela, Blade of Goldnight can also double the pain.
2 weeks ago
Hi Pudding_PopFirst of all I really like your Agro style of attack with this deck. And making this to teach someone with in mind, I think it's straightforward enough to not confuse anyone so good on you! foxboy93 is right in most of his suggestions though as far as dealing with artifacts and enchantments as well as discard/draw fuel. Mindless Automaton in particular is an unbelievable card in my own Alesha, Who Smiles at Death deck, it does more work than almost any other card. Also, Magus of the Disk is a creature form of the disk that can be recurred with Alesha and is cheap money wise. But I don't see a whole lot of creature removal from your actual creatures, which is a huge opportunity with Alesha. I'd really recommend some cheap creatures like Bone Shredder or Ghitu Slinger, but also since you have more attacking synergy here, there are some cool force blocking cards that would definitely help you keep the board clear. Invasion Plans has almost no downside for an Agro deck like yours since you'll likely be tapped out anyway, and you can ram Tajic, Blade of the Legion into any difficult creatures. Brutal Hordechief does the same thing and drains your opponents when you attack, but you have to pay for the force block. Stern Constable will also help you discard important creatures and tap down blockers or annoying creatures, and at 1 mana, it's a game changing turn 1 play. If you'd like I'm updating my Alesha deck now if you wanna take a look at it, it's more controlling and "deathy" haha but your Agro is something I've considered making mine for a while now. Alesha's smiling ear to ear
2 weeks ago
I understand that you wanted to maintain the "Kamigawa" feel, but I think that Hold the Line and Ethereal Haze are probably not particularly strong in here; same with Terashi's Grasp. Perhaps those cards can be substituted for some removal spells: Swords to Plowshares, Path to Exile and for enchantment and artifact removal, cards like Return to Dust, Aura of Silence, or Abolish so on come to mind. Potentially, you can run Door of Destinies to add to the tribal scaling effects. You should probably run Thalia's Lancers as a tutor for some of your fun legendary dudes, perhaps Recruiter of the Guard as a tutor as well. Also not sure why, Alesha is necessarily better in here Bruse Tarl, Boorish Herder or Tajic, Blade of the Legion or Basandra, Battle Seraph. Though Alesha's reanimation might be helpful to keep pressure up.
1 month ago
I'd appreciate all the help I can get refining my Tajic, Blade of the Legion deck.
I decided to take this build in an aggro, Human Tribal direction. The goal is to create an indestructible army and swing for lethal.
So far I've had mixed results in playtesting but the deck definitely has potential. Thanks in advance for any and all comments.
Deck list link: Veni,Vidi,Vici.
1 month ago
greyninja he switches between Aurelia, the Warleader and Adriana, Captain of the Guard both of witch aren't soldiers or warriors. But 3 of the commanders you mentioned are in the deck. Tajic, Blade of the Legion, Agrus Kos, Wojek Veteran and Jor Kadeen, the Prevailer
1 month ago
What are some of the draw-card and consistency pieces in the deck? "Staples" that help keep you chugging into the late game? I built Aurelia, the Warleader for my fiance from her mono-w 60 card deck; and that's my challenge I'm finding.
In boros there aren't many draw options. Mentor of the Meek can be pretty darn good if you're dumping out weenies. If the deck is doing a good job of pumping those weenies; you might be better off with Stonehewer Giant. Just trying to think on flavor and with utility. Maybe do Stonehewer Giant regardless haha it's so good
Who's the commander?
Out of these seven: I'd do Jor Kadeen if you're running a lot of mana rocks, Agrus Kos fits your theme for soldiers, Tajic if you're going for commander damage, or Brion for maximum hilarity. Obviously it can be whoever but these are what I found that sync