- 1x Alhammarret's Archive
- 1x Ashnod's Altar
- 1x Bident of Thassa
- 1x Chrome Mox
- 1x Coalition Relic
- 1x Coldsteel Heart
- 1x Defense Grid
- 1x Fellwar Stone
- 1x Izzet Signet
- 1x Lightning Greaves
- 1x Lotus Petal
- 1x Mana Crypt
- 1x Mana Vault
- 1x Memory Jar
- 1x Mox Opal
- 1x Paradox Engine
- 1x Phyrexian Altar
- 1x Pyramid of the Pantheon
- 1x Skullclamp
- 1x Sol Ring
- 1x Thought Vessel
- 1x Blasphemous Act
- 1x Diminishing Returns
- 1x Fabricate
- 1x Faithless Looting
- 1x Recurring Insight
- 1x Time Reversal
- 1x Time Spiral
- 1x Timetwister
- 1x Wheel of Fortune
- 1x Windfall
- 1x Winds of Change
- 1x Dream Halls
- 1x Kindred Discovery
- 1x Mindmoil
- 1x Mystic Remora
- 1x Opposition
- 1x Propaganda
- 1x Rhystic Study
- 1x Ancient Tomb
- 1x Cascade Bluffs
- 1x Cephalid Coliseum
- 1x City of Brass
- 1x Command Beacon
- 1x Command Tower
- 1x Evolving Wilds
- 1x Exotic Orchard
- 11x Island
- 6x Mountain
- 1x Reliquary Tower
- 1x Scavenger Grounds
- 1x Shivan Reef
- 1x Spirebluff Canal
- 1x Steam Vents
- 1x Strip Mine
- 1x Sulfur Falls
- 1x Terramorphic Expanse
- 1x Arcane Denial
- 1x Brainstorm
- 1x Chaos Warp
- 1x Fact or Fiction
- 1x Force of Will
- 1x Frantic Search
- 1x Izzet Charm
- 1x Long-Term Plans
- 1x Mana Drain
- 1x Mystic Confluence
- 1x Mystical Tutor
- 1x Pact of Negation
- 1x Snapback
- 1x Arcane Denial
- 1x Arjun, the Shifting Flame
- 1x Breath of Fury
- 1x Chandra, Flamecaller
- 1x Coastal Piracy
- 1x Descent of the Dragons
- 1x Distant Melody
- 1x Eldrazi Monument
- 1x Enter the Infinite
- 1x Farsight Mask
- 1x Fateful Showdown
- 1x Flux
- 1x Izzet Boilerworks
- 1x Library of Leng
- 1x Mana Echoes
- 1x Mikokoro, Center of the Sea
- 1x Mind Over Matter
- 1x Mindwrack Liege
- 1x Molten Disaster
- 1x Molten Psyche
- 1x Neheb, the Eternal
- 1x Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind
- 1x Proteus Staff
- 1x Pull from Tomorrow
- 1x Shinka, the Bloodsoaked Keep
- 1x Stifle
- 1x Sunder
- 1x Teferi's Puzzle Box
- 1x Throne of the God-Pharaoh
- 1x Tolarian Winds
- 1x Trophy Mage
- 1x Whirlpool Drake
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If you want to go to end deck damage, run curiosity. Put it on Niv-Mizzet and each damage, you draw a card. Make sure you run something like Elixir of immortality to recycle your graveyard.
July 31, 2017 9:18 p.m.
August 2, 2017 1 a.m.
canderson107: Let me know how it is, once you do!
August 2, 2017 1:50 a.m.
@Daedalus, I have it in there as an alternate Win. I don't use it all the time, but if they come up near each other in the deck, it's not a bad way to go.
August 4, 2017 6:22 p.m.
@deadalus I commented a lot of pages ago about combustible gearhulk should be in here. I've gone and built me a locust god deck, and I took him out. Too many other good cards out there.
August 7, 2017 8:48 p.m.
Msg_magic: Yeah, that's my problem too. I'm even having trouble finding space for that new 1-card combo in C17...
August 9, 2017 12:56 a.m.
Daedalus19876: if you're talking about Kindred Discovery I believe that combo would mill you out. Since it doesn't say you "May" draw a card.
August 9, 2017 10:46 p.m.
August 9, 2017 11:35 p.m.
Daedalus19876: Having a Laboratory Maniac out before works, or if you don't have it in hand a Leyline of Anticipation/Vedalken Orrery out means you can flash in Laboratory Maniac in response to the trigger when you have no more cards in your library. Although adding Snapback works, it just seems to feel bad when you don't have Kindred Discovery. You can also add some 1-mana removal spell like Pongify or Rapid Hybridization so you only have to leave up when you go off.
August 9, 2017 11:43 p.m.
Okay, so I have a possible card suggestion in regards to the "decking yourself" problem in the form of Words of War or also Words of Wind. Additional problem to this is I'm unable to begin guessing where you would make space for either one in addition to Laboratory Maniac (if you even found it worth it). Truthfully I'm more concerned about finding space for Leyline of Anticipation and/or Vedalken Orrery, but the above comments distracted me.
For the way you have your build set up, I'm personally curious how Breath of Fury is able to go infinite the way you describe when you have, as far as I can tell, no way to guarantee that the enchanted creature is getting damage in each time. I might also wonder if, in regards to Faithless Looting in particular, you might not be better off with more spell recursion effects like that of Mystic Retrieval or even Recoup? If nothing else, wouldn't Kozilek be able to be replaced by say Hostility or Guile in regards to the shuffle effect? "Butcher of Wallets" is just as apt a name for Kozilek in this instance.
Lastly, I noticed some people have suggested Curiosity, even though Ophidian Eye is better, to go with your Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind, but with Purphorous possibly being a creature at the same time that you have the your commander, he can wield the enchantment/s just as effectively as the dragon (I think). As a side note, cause I got curious and distracted again, Niv-Mizzet, Dracogenius + Illusionist's Bracers + The Locust God + Phyrexian Altar will win the game/clear the board. That also works if you had Mycosynth Lattice and Ashnod's Altar (or I guess Krark-Clan Ironworks at that point) instead of the bracer's and phyrexian altar.
Btw, I don't have it on the site yet, but I am trying to brew a more casual creature-centric locsut swarming deck. I'd love to get your opinion on it later if you're up to it by (estimated time who knows when).
August 10, 2017 3:25 a.m.
I have 2 suggestions I like in my Locust deck:
Aggravated Assault: with Neheb or infinite mana this is a win con with the swarm, other times the extra combat is just nice to have
Mind Over Matter: honestly I play this for the fact that it is a discard outlet, but the ability to untap helps as well. A little high on the curve but sometimes discarding that Eldrazi is all I need to save myself.
Love this commander, love this deck, looks amazing +1
August 11, 2017 6:55 p.m.
I don't like Leyline of Anticipation much TBH. It's always a "cute" card that doesn't actually give me enough advantage to matter :(
Breath of Fury's combo works as long as at least one player has no flyers (very likely in 4-to-5-player), because I can keep hitting that player with the enchanted Locust while my other Locusts swing at other players.
With regards to Faithless Looting vs recursion, this deck is getting increasingly fast, to the point where I am consistently winning T4 or earlier. In that light, the mana needed for the recursion spells is too high.
With regards to Kozilek, Butcher of Truth vs Hostility - Hostility only works in half of the combos, I'm afraid. It won't let you go infinite with Skullclamp, and it cripples your combo with Kindred Discovery. The biggest effect, however, is that you can't use discarding him as a source of recursion. When I have infinite draw but no win-con left in my deck (which happens a LOT) I can discard Kozilek, Butcher of Truth to functionally put my GY into my hand. Hostility won't let you do that :( Finally, you can't cast Hostility off of Ashnod's Altar and/or Mana Echoes. All in all, I really suggest biting the bullet and buying a copy, I'm afraid. He's pretty central to the deck's strategies.
Curiosity (and by extension, Ophidian Eye) are too situational when I don't have Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind out. I love the idea of pairing them with Purphoros, but he's virtually never a creature :( I only have 17 devotion to red in the entire deck! I am, however, going to put in Mind Over Matter, which does combo with Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind ;)
And when you post your more creature-centric build, please link me! I'd love to take a look hahahaha.
DarkEclipse18: Thanks for both suggestions! I was actually planning on putting in Mind Over Matter already haha (hadn't finished the next update lol), and I'll definitely consider Aggravated Assault :) Mind re-clicking that upvote button, though? It didn't seem to have worked the first time.
August 12, 2017 1:15 p.m.
I have finally played my version of this deck against my play group ... I know I already suggested this card to you but ... Rites of Initiation is insane in this deck !!!! Here is my deck list : The Loco Locust
August 12, 2017 9:13 p.m.
@Daedalus19876: Those are either some very fancy boxes for referencing Razortooth and me, or your response got lost in transit.
August 13, 2017 1:05 a.m.
Apparently I can't actually OPEN those accordion folders I created, because clicking them just hyperlinks to the users in question. Dammit.
Here's the gist of it, abbreviated (sorry):
RazortoothMtg: I felt I had a few options, but I needed to be able to use that combo even when holding up 0 mana. That leaves me 2 options: a free spell like Snapback or Pyrokinesis, or Simian Spirit Guide+Pyroblast. The former seemed better, and I got to kill a Kaalia deck with Snapback so I like it, hehe.
TheRedGoat: Sorry for how curt this is about to sound; I lost probably 700 words in those damnable spoiler boxes above :/ In short:
Words of War is inefficient and requires extra setup alas. I find Leyline of Anticipation to be subpar in this case, and slots are tight. Breath of Fury goes infinite with a draw outlet as long as I have any one undefended opponent, but I cut it anyway because it's too easy to disrupt. My deck is fast enough now (average T4 win) that Mystic Retrieval is too much mana. Hostility works for a couple combos in place of Kozilek, Butcher of Truth, but it's a very bad substitute because it won't save you from decking yourself if the effect in question draws more than 1 card. Also, you can't use Hostility as recursion to re-draw your GY. I would honestly try to get Ulamog, the Infinite Gyre if you want to cut a few $$s, but you do need an "Eldrazi shuffle" for the deck to function right. Purphoros, God of the Forge is virtually never a creature (barely have enough devotion in the deck to turn him on) so I'm not running Curiosity. I did add Mind Over Matter for the Niv-Mizzet combo tho. And when you do make that more casual Locust God deck, feel free to link me! :)
Again, sorry for the curtness. If you want more detail feel free to ask for clarification.
August 13, 2017 1:21 a.m.
Micocoulier: I'm just worried about the random aspect of the discard :/ If I have enough Locusts/cards for it to work, I should just be able to storm for the win...
August 13, 2017 1:22 a.m.
If that is curt I'd hate to see you when you're really pissed. But in any case you actually made me realize the main point with Breath of Fury is not about ensuring the creature can get in to any given opponent regardless of their board, but rather just that you'll get to a single opponent that may have been behind.
I had the same lack of perspective about Purphorous not having enough devotion most of the time and about the graveyard shuffle being more important than just having a card to stop you from decking out.
I can further tell now that Retrieval and Leyline are more suited to value spell/probably control based interactive decks. Yours being so fast it just wants to get off the ground first, which feels very similar to some elf builds I've looked up, so I'm not sure that's a good thing.
Lastly, I feel I not only misjudged what kind of deck you were building here, but with Words of War I may have misunderstood that it is not meant to be in a draw mechanic focused deck is it? But rather it would be meant for a deck that tries to play off having no resources in hand? Like a Hazoret the Fervent to name a recent example put out by WotC. Or when you say inefficient did you just mean that because you personally are going for a fast paced build as opposed to something slower?
August 13, 2017 10:51 p.m.
TheRedGoat: I hope that didn't sound angry! I just had very little time to (re)type a lot of information.
Words of Wind is a bit better because it can act as a nonsymmetric stax piece (I bounce a Locust, they bounce something important), but even there it's simply too slow for how this deck currently functions.
Thanks again for your comments :)
August 14, 2017 10:57 p.m.
I would suggest maybe considering Impact Tremors as a nifty budget option to lay the hurt on fools when the commander is on the table. One good draw spell or puzzle box and the pings begin.
August 15, 2017 12:55 p.m.
do you think Mind Stone might be better than one of the rock you are running?It enters untapped, and can become a locust if drawn too late. I would think that it's better than the Pyramid of the Pantheon. and equal but different to Coldsteel Heart and Fellwar Stone
August 16, 2017 12:14 a.m.
AngryToken: Thank you! :D I really should build a budget version of this deck...I'll tag you if/when I start that project :)
bmorri9: I could see adding it, but the lack of colored mana is a big deal given that I'm trying to use it with Paradox Engine. Pyramid of the Pantheon is good when I have a few turns to setup, or draw into in the middle of Paradox Engine combo'ing (where it's much, much better than Gilded Lotus).
August 16, 2017 10:39 p.m.
Whats your primary goal for adding stifle in? Is if for Kindred discovery?
August 17, 2017 11:51 a.m.
Worthy adding a Timetwister into the deck, since I own one?
August 17, 2017 1:57 p.m.
August 17, 2017 2 p.m.
Daedalus19876 thanks for link , here for budget tag :D appreciate it
August 18, 2017 12:04 p.m.
Agieryna: That is the primary reason, yes :) Two other reasons, however - I want to be able to interact with certain abilities (notably the cycling of Decree of Annihilation and the activated ability of Aetherflux Reservoir), and I want a card with a jackal on it in the deck (I'm an unashamed furry).
rkjunior: Yeah, the high mana cost, high blue devotion, and summoning sickness ruin the card for me in this build :( At least Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind does something when not able to tap, and still goes infinite with Mind Over Matter.
weiman: Will do! :)
August 18, 2017 12:20 p.m.
Do you have enough answers to Alms Collector ? It's very dangerous and every white deck can use it.
August 20, 2017 2:16 p.m.
Gamered: I haven't had to play against it yet, so if I end up running into it I'll get back to you. But I think I should be fine:
2) Many of my combos don't rely on drawing multiple cards at one time. Murder of Crows and Kindred Discovery draw 1 repeatedly, as does Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind+Mind Over Matter. Skullclamp+Mana Echoes still works.
3) It actually enables me to infinite combo if I control Consecrated Sphinx. In fact, it lets me deck them in the process, haha.
4) If worst comes to worst, I can still counter it :)
August 20, 2017 2:34 p.m.
I like the deck it's very well tuned. Maybe you should put in parentheses the descriptions of the combo tabs? For example, as a relatively new player I have no idea what storm combos or infinite loot combos are so that part of the description doesn't do too much for me.
August 20, 2017 6:29 p.m.
The biggest worry I have with my Locust God EDH deck is .
August 20, 2017 7:46 p.m.
But honestly I'm willing to take 1 damage per card. I'm certain I can find removal before I die to it, heh.
August 20, 2017 8:48 p.m.
My deck draws the whole deck in one draw spell cast. Last time I play tested, I had Mirage Mirror, Thought Reflection and put out a whirlpool warrior using mirage mirror to copy thought reflection. 13 cards in hand turned in to 39, then I popped the warrior to do it again.
August 20, 2017 9:29 p.m.
August 20, 2017 9:51 p.m.
ChrisKrow popular decks snowball. This is the most popular locust god deck, people looking up the locust god see this, and generally upvote it. it's a cruel system that keeps the popular, popular and the unknown, unknown, but thats what deckcycling is for. also, popular creators have followers, and the followers generally upvote the decks the creators make
August 21, 2017 10:44 p.m.
But the real question is how do you make a deck popular enough for that feedback effect to kick in? And to that question, I would answer:
1) Make the deck powerful, but understandable. People need to have a reason to upvote it, but shouldn't get confused in the process (in which case they would just leave). And if it's a bad deck, well, the interest will usually be fleeting.
2) Make the description complete (so that people can understand the deck fully), but more interesting than just a wall of text. This is what Primers are good for! It's not a coincidence that my higher-rated decks start with an introductory hook, or pretty picture or quote.
3) Shamelessly promote. Deckcycling, featuring, posting on the "Advertise" threads, posting in other EDH groups elsewhere on the internet. I honestly do this because I want more people to help me tune the list, but the upvotes don't hurt ;)
4) Become a popular (or at least recognized) creator. Now, I by no means am objectively popular in the wider world, but I'm at least reasonably well-known on this site. (Sidenote: This one took me quite a while, and I started by posting solid builds while giving a lot of helpful and detailed comments to other people.)
5) Get lucky! I've made a lot of lists on this site, and only a few have taken off like this (the other notable one being my Judgment Day: Avacyn the Purifier EDH | *PRIMER* list). Judging and capturing the interest of the internet is hard, and crowds are fickle. Nobody knows what people will like, haha.
I hope that clarifies your question ;)
August 21, 2017 11:19 p.m.
I see. Now I'll ask straight away. I just made a Rhonas the Indomitable, hope that you can check it out, leave a suggestion and maybe an upvote. Thanks!
August 21, 2017 11:34 p.m.
ChrisKrow: I'll give you the same answer I've been giving most people recently - I'm in the last week of an internship at NASA, so my time is pretty limited. I can look it over in a week once I'm more free, though!
And if you enjoy this deck, you're welcome to give an upvote as well ;)
August 21, 2017 11:58 p.m.
The Lord made an east wind blow across the land all that day and all that night. By morning the wind had brought the locusts, they invaded all Egypt and settled down in every area of the country in great numbers. Never before had there been such a plague of locusts, nor will there ever be again. They covered all the ground until it was black. They devoured all that was left after the hail, everything growing in the fields and the fruit on the trees. Nothing green remained on tree or plant in all the land of Egypt. Exodus Ch10 V13-15
Love this deck! +1 and a feature ; )
August 25, 2017 9:29 p.m.
Hi Daedalus19876, First time commenter and relatively new to edh. I'm making a Locust God deck similar to yours, albeit on a significantly smaller budget, and I stumbled across Lich's Mirror as a possible "reset" when using Kindred Discovery without Laboratory Maniac on the board.
I don't know that it's the best case scenario but it's better than decking yourself because someone kills of Lab Maniac in the middle of all the token spawn / draw combo.
Just thought I'd pass it along!
September 4, 2017 11:47 a.m.
hamiam: I'm flattered by your comments, thank you man! I'm still only 1/12 of the way to matching your famous deck, heh.
Venom_Pistachio: Thanks for the upvotes and your thoughts! :) Honestly, the problem here is that I desperately need to update the deck's primer - I use Snapback and Stifle as my other methods of terminating that combo, so I'm not too concerned overall. Regardless, I'm happy I could inspire you! If you ever have any questions or want me to look over your build, just ask ;)
September 4, 2017 1:04 p.m.
My other thought was that eventually, you pull Blue Sun's Zenith, which got me thinking that a Pili-Pala and Grand Architect combo would let you cast it infinitely, at which point you could use it offensively to mill your opponent(s). I'm not clear on whether you can do that all while the Kindred-Locust combo is going on, and I don't know whether there's much room for either of those cards in any case, but I like the idea of infinite mana!
My deck is actually based off of The Locust God and his friends, if you want to check it out. I don't have the full decklist put together but I'm planning to do a full inventory and post it at some point.
September 5, 2017 10:03 a.m.
Venom_Pistachio: I eventually pulled out Blue Sun's Zenith - it was often a dead card, and only proved to be good with infinite mana (ie only one of my win-cons). Still, if you add a Grand Architect/Pili-Pala combo, I could definitely see its inclusion :)
That seems like a very good budget-ish build for The Locust God :) I should take a closer look sometime.
September 5, 2017 12:56 p.m.
I came to report my first experience in a competitive scenario with this God. I have almost an 80% of the cards of this list, and I have to say that it's insane. We played a 5-person multiplayer game with all top tier commanders. I started very slow because I don't own the expensive mana rocks and I started with a bad hand (two islands for 4 turns!!!), so they ignored me and started killing each other. Finally, I could get my commander on the table and it was insane. For me at least, was difficult to be milled out, even though I used the Skullclamp-Ashnod's Altar combo because it was a matter of time until I found a Manalith (cheap Coalition Relic and Purphoros, God of the Forge. I won and I pulled a Damnation from an MM17 booster.
The deck is very strong, but I can say that Goblin Bombardmentwas a good addition to the deck, in order not to lose all my little locusts without doing much while the table was destroyed like 5 times. I also added a couple more counters in order to stop some fancy Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite and to protect the commander, because the deck relies too much on it, so that is its weak point.
Overall, the deck is terrific! I trying to get the mana rocks soon in order to unleash the locusts! Keep the good work!
September 6, 2017 8:31 p.m.
September 7, 2017 9:04 a.m.
Do you mind explaining your reasoning for the recent change?
IN: Memory Jar, Lotus Petal, Mind Over Matter, Kindred Discovery, Arcane Denial, Stifle, Snapback
OUT: Izzet Boilerworks, Neheb, the Eternal, Tolarian Winds, Arjun, the Shifting Flame, Enter the Infinite, Molten Disaster, Pull from Tomorrow
I felt that these cards were good, or were you giving them up in place of more protection?
September 8, 2017 8:03 a.m.
MordMetal: I'm pretty sure that those cards are too expensive in terms of CMC, and he was actually winning by turn four, so he needed that change.
Daedalus19876 correct me, if I'm wrong.
September 8, 2017 10:07 a.m.
Planning to make a locus god deck too, this list looks cool but is 32 lands too little since usually in commander the standard is like 36+ or something? Or do you hardly notice with the wheel effects.
September 9, 2017 4:31 p.m.
MSL2395: Yeah, your experiences sound much like mine. The deck is definitely reliant on the commander here, which unfortunately is an inherent weakness.
I tried to mitigate this weakness by frequently casting The Locust God on my combo turn (with Dream Halls or otherwise), or having a lot of counterspells. The "return to hand" clause is really helpful to mitigate this (since most removal merely kills it), but it's still worth mentioning.
Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite really hurts against this deck, though I've won despite it by wheeling with Purphoros, God of the Forge on the field. Snapback is very helpful here, as are Mystic Confluence, Chaos Warp, and counterspells.
I'd also consider Goblin Bombardment, thanks! It was in an early draft, but got cut for some reason. Thanks for your comments, and I'm so happy you've enjoyed the deck!
For commander decks, I often use the rule of 39 lands, minus two for each mana rock you run. I'm running 12 mana rocks, and enough wheels to find lands and rocks when I need them. I've not had much of a problem personally, but if you can't afford Mana Crypt/Mox Opal/etc, I wouldn't go below perhaps 35 land.
(For comparison, cEDH decks usually run 29-32 land and work very, very well.)
I hope that helps! :)
September 10, 2017 2:57 p.m.
If you don't mind me asking how would you go about winning that early? I looked over the deck and even play tested a bunch but I can't seem to do much until I have my commander out and then proceed to pop off but T1 - T4 seems a bit fast and I am confused on how this deck does that.
September 11, 2017 1:37 a.m.
With fast ramp, you can play powerful draw spells early, draw more ramp, cast Locust God T3-4 easily, then combo the following turn (often with counter protection).
I don't have this available off the top of my head, but I can record my next few games and get back to you if you want.
September 11, 2017 2:18 a.m.
Hey, I'm just putting it here that I had a question for you, but it wasn't technically about this deck at all, so would you rather I try and post something a comment to you directly or just not really bother you? If the latter is true I can understand and I'll not do anything.
September 11, 2017 12:55 p.m.
Daedalus19876: If it is not too much trouble, just really like your deck and getting to understand it more is always great. :)
September 11, 2017 6 p.m.
You don't need my advice here my friend. This s**t's scary.
September 11, 2017 8:40 p.m.
How about a different kind of combo?
Another potential combo piece is Mind Over Matter which combos with everything if you put your mind it it! :D
September 11, 2017 11:26 p.m.
HezTheGod: While I acknowledge that those cards do hit me pretty hard, the draw combos are very central to this list, and I'm not willing to add a somewhat subpar method of victory to the list in case I run into those cards. To do so would completely cripple my deck :(
I do run countermagic, bounce, and burn to deal with that sort of thing, though.
And Mind Over Matter is already in here, though I've been considering cutting it actually. Stay tuned!
Thanks for your comment!
September 12, 2017 12:09 a.m.
I like the flavour you've included in the description!
I looked through all the comments currently visible to see if anyone had suggested this yet: Obstinate Familiar. I use it in my Arjun deck as a safeguard against decking myself. It might not be what you're looking for given it's limitations as a creature, but it works for me.
September 12, 2017 5:16 p.m.
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