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Thraximundar , the leader of a mighty zombie army, and the head of a sacrificial prophecy. The prophecy foretells of an Army of the Damned rising up and taking the world as their own. Thraximundar consulted the Prince of Thralls on how to go about this prophecy. The Prince told of only one way, a Grave Pact with the Defiler of Souls , the defiler told Thraximundar that there needed to be a rite of passage, a Decree of Silence was all the opposing forces could do...
+ =Counters, lots of 'em
The deck has just gone through a massive update on here, about 5 months of working on it!
I feel as if this was a necessary swap, I finally obtained a Necropotence after months of trying to find one for trade and it is already working wonders to keep my deck moving at a faster pace
-Vivid Crag (I have a decent mana base so removing a vivid shouldn't really hurt
When RTR is released
Commander tax or not, Rooftop Storm says you may pay 0 rather than the mana cost. Since the "tax" is technically part of the casting cost (or in this wording, mana cost) of the card, should work fine, yeah? Though it's not nearly as impressive as utilizing Gravecrawler instead.
@dethjakal -- So, don't hate me; I was wrong. According to Epoch and the rules, the costs of commanders are (CMC + 2c), where c is the number of times the Commander has been cast from the Command Zone.
In short, Rooftop Storm does not cover the additional cost to cast from the Command Zone. So, he would cost 2 the second cast, 4 the third, 6 for the fourth and so on. Sorry again!
|Date added||1 year|
|Last updated||2 weeks|
|Legal formats||Commander / EDH|
|Top rank||#18 on 2012-08-12|
|+1||Champion of Stray Souls||main|
|-1||Sheoldred, Whispering One *F*||main|