Zndrsplt, Eye of Wisdom
Legendary Creature — Homunculus
Partner with Okaun, Eye of Chaos (When this creature enters the battlefield, target player may put Okaun into their hand from their library, then shuffle.)
At the beginning of combat on your turn, flip a coin until you lose a flip. Whenever a player wins a coin flip, draw a card.
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Zndrsplt, Eye of Wisdom Discussion
1 week ago
3 weeks ago
@poorpinkus: This actually looks like a great deck, sir (Madam?)! As a matter of fact, I'm literally torn between this style of play for my Okaun, Eye of Chaos + Zndrsplt, Eye of Wisdom deck, or just cutthroat chaos. & I mean w/o coins, aside from the CMDRS. Welp, you made my decision for me. Thanks, poorpinkus! :)
4 weeks ago
@multimedia: Alright; temporarily updated the description for this deck, but I have several things to note:
I'm trying to find an Intuition combo w either Phage the Untouchable & 2 other cards, or Vector Asp/Blighted Agent + Phyrexian Dreadnought & one other card. What would you suggest for either? This is actually for a quick wincon, but Myriad effects (Banshee of the Dread Choir for instance.) are considered "Useless" even though I initially thought The Legend Rule allowed multiple Perms of the same name (Creatures & others.), & Planeswalkers with the same Types. What changed as of Pre-Ravnica Allegence?
Don't fret. I'll update the descriptions later. I just have to finish an Okaun, Eye of Chaos + Zndrsplt, Eye of Wisdom Chaos Deck, & update a Melek, Izzet Paragon Storm/Instant & Sorcery Copy Deck. I'll update the descriptions from there; given Ravnica Allegiance has Superfriends Support, Creatureless or not.
1 month ago
I'll preface this post by saying I love commander. I love the complexity and interactions of the decks, I love the long social and political games, I love it all. That being said, my problem comes from obsessive deck-dreaming, and I'm wondering what everyone's opinion on the matter is.
What I mean by obsessive deck-dreaming is I never feel satisfied with the decks I have. Currently I have 11 commander decks, 4 of which are somewhat modified precons, 1 of which is playgroup jank meme, and the other 6 are of my design.
Ezuri, Renegade Leader
Ob Nixilis of the Black Oath
Estrid, the Masked
Breya, Etherium Shaper
Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger (this is the meme one)
Daxos of Meletis
Ezuri, Claw of Progress
Melek, Izzet Paragon
Krenko, Mob Boss
Jalira, Master Polymorphist
Zndrsplt, Eye of Wisdom + Okaun, Eye of Chaos
The decks I have are, from at least what I can tell, not terrible decks. They all have their interactions, complexities, and enjoyment factors to them. Yet, everytime I'm bored I end up on EDHREC or TappedOut, looking at commanders and thinking "Man, wouldnt they be fun to play?". I have a mental list of at least 6 different commanders I would like to attempt to build, and a couple I've already designed that I havent the will or wallet to purchase yet. (Neheb, the Worthy I'll buy you one day, pal!)
Not to mention I'm still a lowly high-school peasant, with a near-minimum wage job and college fees to start paying. This means the money I have to spend on MtG is severely limited.
Another issue is I always feel like my decks are lesser than everyone around me. I don't know for certain if this is grounded in fact or if it's just a mindset of anxiety, but that also leaves me split between deciding if I want to upgrade my decks or just try to build brand new ones that may be better, in an effort to impress others and, ya know, claim a few wins.
So therein lies my question. Do I work on these sudden whims of commander brainstorming and continue to create and acquire new decks, or should I try and focus on what I have and improving those so they can be the best they possibly can? Do you prefer to have one or two decks that are your poster children, your heart and soul and major investment, or do you like to spread your money out and invest in a myriad of ideas? I'd love to know your thoughts!
3 months ago
- They both enable a 1-card win
- CA in a command zone
Strategy may be not strong (chaining turns), but overall they definitely have the place in High Power by your own definitions at least, maybe even higher.
For the decklist choices, see Coin Flip Tribal
5 months ago
Yeah, a little difference in wording, and a huge difference in effect. Orcish Captain requires an lot of mana, but is an effective ": Flip X coins, draw a card for each coin flip you win, sacrifice this creature if you lost a flip." as long as Zndrsplt, Eye of Wisdom is on the battlefield.