This is about playing recklessly and if you dont play right, you die.

Who doesnt like the possibility to win or kill yourself if it doesnt work out? Playing recklessly has always been one of my favorite styles of magic so this is what happens when you combine killing yourself spells to possibly win in a you or them situation. This deck was based on the new spoil Glorious End and setting these type of cards up to take out your opponent. Cards like Pact of Negation, Pact of the Titan, Intervention Pact, Final Fortune, Last Chance, and Warrior's Oath.

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chosenone124 says... #1

Magosi, the Waterveil does not interact how you wish with Glorious End.

Glorious End waits until you enter an end step and it kills you. It doesn't specify the end step of the next turn, but rather your next end step. If you don't have a loss preventer out, skipping your end step will only delay the inevitable.

April 18, 2017 11:07 p.m.

Zimmers_0 says... #2

Damn, updated. This is why im not a judge

April 18, 2017 11:34 p.m.

Daedalus19876 says... #3

Every day, I become more convinced that Magosi, the Waterveil is simply unplayable. I love trying to break underappreciated cards but honestly I think there is no saving that one.

On another tangent, that cycle should 100% be legendary. It bothers me every time I see them (and would have prevented those ridiculous Scapeshift decks).

April 18, 2017 11:41 p.m.

chosenone124 says... #4

Magosi works with Final Fortune/Warrior's Oath/Last Chance pretty well.

This deck needs Rings of Brighthearth. It comboes well with planeswalkers, Magosi, Kiki Jiki, Mangara, Sunforger and more

April 19, 2017 12:41 a.m.

Rzepkanut says... #5

If Shu Yun isn't part of the game plan anyways you could switch to Zedruu the Greathearted just to fake out people with hopes of group hug before you start to combo.

April 20, 2017 10:51 a.m.

chosenone124 says... #6

Ruhan of the Fomori is more thematic, since this deck's theme is recklessness.

Kraum and Ishai incentivize opponents to do nothing, or as little as possible, since casting spells benefits you heavily.

Numot, the Devastator gives you some fun on your extra turns.

April 20, 2017 2:22 p.m.

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This deck is Commander / EDH legal.

Cards 100
Avg. CMC 3.25
Tokens */* Generic, 4/4 Giant, 1/1 Soldier, Gideon, 2/2 Knight Ally
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Top rank #4 on 2017-04-24
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