I realize that Griselbrand is banned in EDH, but I made a big investment in him (even before the ban) and I would hate to put him out of play. However, I do take into consideration the people I play against, and therefore play Griselbrand with considerable discrepancy. In fact, I only play EDH in a casual setting among a good group of friends. In the spirit of EDH, I believe fun should come first rather than domination and power.

While this deck holds incredibly synergy between it and Ghave, the best thing about this deck is that each creature can hold its own without need of combo. However, when paired with any number of cards, powerful effects can be produced. It is easy to set up a lot of potential combos considering many of them happen with one card and Ghave himself who is, in my humble opinion, a very powerful and versatile Commander.


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This deck is Commander / EDH legal.

Cards 100
Avg. CMC 4.03
Tokens */* Avatar, 2/2 Wolf, 0/1 Plant, 5/5 Wurm, 2/2 Zombie, 1/1 Soldier, 3/3 Wurm, 1/1 Assassin, */* Generic, 3/3 Beast
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