Urabrask the Hidden

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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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New Phyrexia (NPH) Mythic Rare

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Urabrask the Hidden

Legendary Creature — Praetor

Creatures you control have Haste.

Creatures your opponents control enter the battlefield tapped.

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Urabrask the Hidden Discussion

Neotrup on When Playing Living Death Do ...

1 week ago

With replacement effects like Urabrask the Hidden, it will not apply to creatures entering at the same time, your opponent's creature come in untapped. With a triggered ability like that granted by Constricting Sliver the triggers will be put on the stack after the spell finishes resolving. Each of your opponent's slivers will be able to exile one of your creatures.

Also, Living Death returns all creature cards, not just the ones each player wants to return. No player makes any choices while resolving Living Death.

theindigoeffect on When Playing Living Death Do ...

1 week ago

I had to ask this question because many creature cards have ETB effects, which can seemingly be played in an unfair fashiion, depending on what order the aforementioned creatures are played.

For example, if I play Urabrask the Hidden and someone else decides to play Constricting Sliver, it leaves me at an obvious disadvantage, since I decided to go first.

In some ways, it creates a stalemate, since graveyards are public knowledge, and I have some idea of what my opponent will play.

Is there a rule that determines who plays his/her creatures first?

slim_chanc3 on Marchesa, The Roses' Thorn

1 week ago

I really like your set up. I may have to get myself a Dimir House Guard, Fleshwrither and Jokulhaups. I have a slightly different take on it: http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/big-turns-engine/ ... Anywho, Living Death... That's a tough one. You may have to much life gain to ensure you keep getting your dethrone triggers. My knee-jerk response is Kokusho, the Evening Star. It contributes straight damage to all players and gains you life, sweet. However it doesn't have a lot to contribute to swinging... You have a good lineup for turning things sideways and loading up +1/+1 counters (Marton Stromgald, Drana, Liberator of Malakir, Ogre Battledriver, and Urabrask the Hidden). Then creatures with those counters matter (Herald of Secret Streams and Oona's Blackguard). It's not that Kokusho isn't good in your lineup. Without Graft or something to help you throw silly amounts of counters on it without Dethrone, you need to swing and Kokusho doesn't do that for you. I can hear you already: "What about Unspeakable Symbol?" The three card combo is nice, but that's what I would do.

Pieguy396 on Help me pick my Red ...

1 week ago

I would say it depends on how commander-centric you want your deck to be. An Urabrask the Hidden deck is generally just a "goodstuff" deck that can easily do it's think without its commander, but Urabrask definitely helps. A Neheb, the Eternal deck, on the other hand, relies on Neheb to win (same with Feldon of the Third Path decks), so it's hard to win if he gets hit with a Song of the Dryads, for example, or if he just dies frequently. I would personally recommend Urabrask; he's good without being ridiculously powerful, and you can really build him any way you want. While I haven't personally played him, I used to play against somebody who did, and I can say that Urabrask doesn't get a ton of hate; other players find him annoying, but he's generally not a prime target.

WizardOfTheNorthernCoast on Help me pick my Red ...

1 week ago

Hey all,

So I'm a red mage at heart and the only EDH I have so far is based on Rashmi, Eternities Crafter because simic lets you do incredibly degenerate things. It's not designed for 1v1 but is doing just fine both at duels and multiplayers. However, a 2/3 isn't the best when it comes to being impressive and powning people with your CMDR.

However, not playing really hurts :)

I've narrowed down the list of the red CMDRs that I really like and would play :

  • Feldon of the Third Path - Low CMC, cool artwork and nice lore. Red has plenty of looting effect which helps the gameplan. I like the reanimator aspect but I'm afraid the deck would be too linear (loot - reanimate) and would rely too much on Feldon to stick into play to work decently. Also, it's a 2/3 like Rashmi so idk.

  • Urabrask the Hidden - Praetors are badasses and Urabrask's hate for the other Praetors in the storyline make me wanna play him. However, I don't know about a 4/4 for 5. Giving haste to all my dudes seems somewhat useful (cuz lots of red creatures already have haste) but making my opponents' creatures ETB tapped can bring chaos messing with blocks. And I like chaos. I'm simply afraid it would become a target and die instantly. I don't wanna play a commander that brings hate to the table and that I end up not playing :x

  • Neheb, the Eternal. Now this guy seems like a real deal. A 4/6 that deals 3 damage if blocked, 4 if not and that can make you cast stuff for -almost- free... I don't quite see any downside here?

Is there any red EDH player out there that has experience with one or more of these creatures? If so, would you be kind enough to take 1 minutes and give me your insights?

Thanks! :)

Liquidbeaver on conspiracy: token swarm/spells HYBRID goblin combo

2 weeks ago

I've always been curious about how the RG Wort plays, and this deck looks like a lot of fun. That being said, does Wort focus on actually attacking with her creatures or more spell casting? Both?

Brightstone Ritual would be another good ritual for a really low cost.

Your sideboard has Marton, but personally I would take Shared Animosity all day long over Marton. It's harder to remove, and doesn't rely on attacking or blocking with Marton to proc it. If he was like... a 4/4 or something it would be a different story but he is just too small of a body.

I've never been fond of Goblin Warrens. It relies too heavily on having Mana Echoes out so you can have 100 colorless mana to double up your army, and often something like Chancellor of the Forge can do a lot more for a lot less. Again, I don't know how Wort works, so maybe you have all kinds of mana to dump into it. I don't have that with Ib! :)

You could really benefit from more haste. Fervor, Urabrask the Hidden, or Mass Hysteria are all good options.

You might like Vanquisher's Banner from Ixalan.

Triumph of the Hordes would be a seriously fun win-con.

Copperline Gorge is rough, you are banking a LOT on drawing that early. I would take a basic over those types of land.

Do you get a lot of use out of the Hideaway lands?

That's all I can think of for now, but great looking deck!

Vlad_The_Inhaler on Mighty Morphin Temur Creatures

3 weeks ago

Treehugger003 thank you for the suggestions! Pilgrim's Eye is good and I completely missed it. I will need to try out Ogre Battledriver but my haste giver is Urabrask the Hidden I have tried Temur Ascendancy , Temur Sabertooth , and Soul of New Phyrexia I will probably re-add the sabertooth but I usually don't have enough mana up to use Soul's ability. Great suggestions though, and I will definitely try playing with them again.

Pheardemons on All My Friends Are Dead.

3 weeks ago

Hammer of Purphoros, Fervor, Fires of Yavimaya, Emblem of the Warmind, Anger

Mass Hysteria, Concordant Crossroads

Sarkhan Vol,Flame-Kin Zealot, Burst of Speed

Urabrask the Hidden, Legion Loyalist

Bananastormcount20, I've got you on the tags. Heads up, (not sure if you know and there was just some error) but to tag something you need to put brackets at the beginning and end of the card name. Example: [ [ Mass Hysteria ] ] (without the space between the word and brackets) becomes Mass Hysteria. Also, you can double check yourself when you go to preview comment. You should be able to check if the tags show up there.

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