Ulamog's Crusher


Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Duel Decks: Zendikar vs Eldrazi (DDP) Common
Modern Masters 2015 Edition (MM2) Common
Rise of the Eldrazi (ROE) Common

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Ulamog's Crusher

Creature — Eldrazi

Annihilator 2 (Whenever this creature attacks, defending player sacrifices two permanents.)

Ulamog's Crusher attacks each turn if able.

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Ulamog's Crusher Discussion

Maaagic on Murasa Tron

3 weeks ago

Replace the Electrostatic Bolt and Scorching Lava s with Lightning Bolts.

Replace the Prohibit s and Dispel with something like Mana Leak or Negate.

Replace the Ghostly Flicker with an Ulamog's Crusher, as I see Ulamog's Crusher being good in your deck, and Ghostly Flicker doesn't do that much in your deck.

Also, in a Mystical Teachings deck Havenwood Wurm seems insane.

Add 2 more Expedition Maps, they are very important!

I love the idea, by the way.

Tyrant-Thanatos on Portal Mage redirection

1 month ago

Yes. The game doesn't move on to the Declare Blockers step until all players have passed priority on an empty stack during the Declare Attackers step. so:

A attacks B with Ulamog's Crusher.

Annihilator goes on the stack.

There is a round of priority, in which each player, starting with the active player, gets priority. At this point, C may flash in Portal Mage.

Should all players pass priority, Annihilator resolves.

There is another round of priority, at which point C has another opportunity to cast Portal Mage.

Austin_Smith_of_Cards on TrampScoot

1 month ago

If I'm understanding correctly, this is going to be a pauper Tron list with the subtheme of graveyard manipulation? Definitely have some pointers, in which case.

I would trim down to three colors at most, since the Tron lands only produce colorless mana, and getting mana fixing on top of that seems a little difficult. Still, I think you can get away with Golgari-only (Black-Green). Don't worry about mana for the Dragon enchantments; you'll be wanting to discard/mill those to the yard, and then return them for free off of big Eldrazi.

Definitely flesh out the playsets of Expedition Map, Ulamog's Crusher, and I'd also get Ancient Stirrings; great 1-drop in your colors, and pauper-legal.

Maul Splicer is another classic green Tron pauper drop; it doesn't synergise well with the Dragon enchantments, should you choose to go down that route, but it still might be worth it.

Happy brewing!

Jaytotheareokay on

1 month ago

Ulamog's Crusher and Artisan of Kozilek are splashy and cheap. You would have to rework a bunch of it, but I made a r/g Eldrazi deck for Pauper using Eldrazi spawn summoners like Nest Invader, Brood Birthing, and Awakening Zone and Hand of Emrakul plus the big ones I already mentioned.

VintageWizard on Kruphixdrazi

2 months ago

Hi!For budget i would try to change out the expensive threats like Vorinclex, Voice of Hunger, maybe both Ulamog's, Kozilek, Butcher of Truth and Ugin, the Spirit DragonOther expensive cards to replace: Seedborn Muse, Cavern of Souls, Mana Reflection and Omniscience.

Maybe add some budget Eldrazi like Ulamog's Crusher and some more cheap ramp.

MyInstantRamen on Kozilek's Awakening

2 months ago

Answering that pretty much boils down to my play style (Calculated Manipulation), I did like the Annihilator effect and I find it to be very useful when I'm in a pinch. I also have play tested different variants of the deck from the vanilla Eldrazi to my end resulting Artifact heavy speed ramping. Which leads me to my point of how I play this deck. Yes I lost the giant beat sticks with Annihilator but replaced them with small CMC Eldrazi with Annihilator 2 like Artisan of Kozilek, Ulamog's Crusher and Bane of Bala Ged which Bane's wording pretty much screams Annihilator. Now if I bring any of those out early it becomes a immediate threat to my opponent and they can either spend the resources to get rid of it which in turn makes it safe for me to play Kozelik or Ulamog with no worry to finish the game. In the end having a huge creature on board is good but making sure I make it safe for them to come out and keep the pressure with them is the important thing. I can go on about this for hours if you want me to list combos etc. that I do with this deck feel free to ask.

Reverie42 on Teferi Big Blue Stasis

3 months ago

I gave it some more thought. I'm thinking of adding Peregrine Drake and/or Great Whale in addition to Paradox Engine. They can generate infinite mana with various combinations of Time Elemental, Capsize, High Tide and Caged Sun, which can bounce all enemy permanents.

Two other possible additional payoff cards might be Whispers of the Muse and Blue Sun's Zenith. Whisper is pretty low opportunity cost and can draw my entire deck when going infinite. Blue Sun's Zenith can mill out at least one opponent.

I also still like Aura Thief and Guile.

This would require a bunch of cuts. Some possible cuts: Ulamog's Crusher, Mulldrifter, Windfall, Sphinx of Uthuun, Deep-Sea Kraken, Recall and something else (maybe Artisan of Kozilek or Aether Gale... or maybe both and add Temporal Adept or Temporal Fissure.

I wonder if Empress Galina is worth it...

Landonius on Eldrazi Flicker

3 months ago

Cool looking deck! Ulamog's Crusher might be a good finisher as well, depending on how you want to finish the game. It's not an eldrazi but Mulldrifter is a viable card in this deck. So much card advantage... +1

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