Atraxa, Praetors' Voice

Atraxa, Praetors' Voice

Legendary Creature — Phyrexian Angel Horror

Flying, vigilance, deathtouch, lifelink

At the beginning of your end step, proliferate. (You choose any number of permanents and/or players with counters on them, then give each another counter of a kind already there.)

Atraxa, Praetors' Voice Discussion

DemonDragonJ on Should I Put the New …

5 days ago

The new Teferi, Who Slows the Sunset is very awesome, and I am contemplating putting him into my Atraxa, Praetors' Voice EDH deck, but, if I do that, I have not decided what card to remove to make room for him. If I do remove a card I definitely shall exchange an existing planeswalker for him, but I need to decide which planeswalker I shall remove.

My first choice is Dovin Baan, because he is rather lackluster and has the same mana cost as the new Teferi, but I like his emblem very much, and, with sufficient sources of proliferation, I can use his second ability indefinitely, even gaining loyalty each time.

My second choice is Narset Transcendent, because, while her emblem is very powerful (and is the entire reason for her being in the deck), it has a very high loyalty cost, and her other two abilities are not particularly useful; actually, that is not true, as her first ability is great, but this deck does not have a sufficient number of instant and sorcery spells to justify using her second ability very often. Plus, the moment that I cast her shall make me an enemy to the entire game, since very few players will want to allow me to get that emblem.

What does everyone else here say about this? Should I put the new Teferi into my Atraxa deck, and, if I should, which planeswalker should I remove in exchange for him?

DrukenReaps on 9/13 Commander Banning/Unbanning

1 week ago

The reasons for banning Golos just feel ...weak. Like where did they get the data to support this? I see 1 Golos deck in my meta. Sure it is strong without much effort but so is Atraxa, Praetors' Voice, Kenrith, the Returned King, and Sisay, Weatherlight Captain.

I guess I'll take the opportunity to play worldfire but I'm not going to tell people they can't play Golos.

bktrunks on The Sneaky Tree

2 weeks ago

KBK7101 Thanks for the ideas! I have crashing drawbridge in another deck, this one I have Rhythm of the Wild to help with that along with Purphoros, Bronze-Blooded. Reflecting Pool is awesome, and if not for the $30, would probably be in there. I luckily live in the Japan market, so I have got a lot of these in Japanese for a fraction of the cost. For example, Atraxa, Praetors' Voice is a $20 card US, in JP less than $6. So I am a bit budget conscious, even though this looks like a $500 deck, its closer to $250 in actual cost. The Dryad is awesome for sure, and $8 on one of the JP sites I use to order cards. Just not sure which creature I would change out, that always becomes the hardest part to keep the synergy while added important things like ramp. Thanks again for the suggestions!

Scytec on Lady and friends (retired)

2 weeks ago

Deepglow Skate will double loyalty on your walkers. Ashiok, Dream Render is a really solid walker to consider adding. Why did you choose Lady when you could go with a more traditional commander like Atraxa, Praetors' Voice and gain access to green?

DemonDragonJ on Several New Cards

4 weeks ago

I am very frequently designing new cards, so here are several of my latest designs.

Angelic Intervention Show

As far as I am concerned, the fact that Heroic Intervention is not white is blasphemy, so I have made a white version of that card. I know that white usually does not grant hexproof to permanents, only to players, but I believe that this is an acceptable exception, especially when one considers how greatly green has been intruding into white's section of the color pie, recently.

Gabriel's Horn Show

The archangel Gabriel is a popular figure in Christian folklore, but, as with any centuries-old stories, depictions of him vary greatly; however, one common trait in all of his stories is that he has a horn that he uses for various purpsoes, but, again, the exact abilities of his horn vary depending upon the story, so I chose my own abilities for my depiction of Gabriel's horn. I originally had given this card a cost of only , but I decided that that was too low of a cost for such a powerful card. I also had planned to give this card a fourth ability, one that would return a creature card with converted mana cost X or less from its owner's graveyard to the battlefield, but I decided that the horn was already sufficiently powerful as it is.

Praetors' Scepter Show

Magistrate's Scepter is an awesome card, but the reason for which I do not have it in my Atraxa, Praetors' Voice EDH deck is that it requires too heavy of an investment in mana before the player can profit from it, even in a deck that has numerous sources of proliferation; when a player casts that card, there is no way that their opponents will not seek to destroy it immediately. Therefore, I have created a variant of it that utilizes my fondness for Phyrexian mana to help ease the costs of that card, and I chose to use blue Phyrexian mana, because blue is the color that most commonly can grant additional turns.

Magus of the Rack Show

This card is a creature version of Scroll Rack, which I only recently released is an amazing card; it has the same converted mana cost as the original artifact, because it does not have haste and therefore cannot be used on the same turn on which it is summoned, unless it is granted haste by another source. I originally planned to make it a 2/2, but I decided to instead make it a 1/3, because the controller of this creature will almost never attack with it, unless they are truly desperate.

What does everyone else here say about these cards? Do you like them?

wyzeman on Unleash the fury

1 month ago

It's also important to notice that Civic Saber and Blessing of the Nephilim instantly make Atraxa, Praetors' Voice a 8/8 threath. This is far quicker than most of +1/+1 shenanigans.

CannedCanOpener on A Good Population of Sparky-chan goes to WAR

2 months ago

I see your pondering in the description and I'll clear it up - you can only run one copy of a given card, the double-sided cards don't circumvent that rule. The way double-faced cards work, aside from the stack and the battlefield, double-sided cards only have the properties of their front face (so if you have the double-faced Rowan/Will in your deck, it only counts as Rowan since she is the front face). This means that you can't run the front-face Rowan and the back-face Will as separate cards in your library, you can only run one copy of the double-face card and then choose to cast it as either side when in your hand. This also means that the new Tibalt has to be run in the 99 with the properties of Valki: you can cast it from your hand as the Tibalt side, but in the library it is only a creature and cannot be tutored out by planeswalker tutors since its front side is just a creature.

In addition, there are a few cards I greatly recommend. Atraxa, Praetors' Voiceis almost a must-have in a 5-color Superfriends deck for her passive proliferation and deathtouch/flying making her a formidable attack deterrent. Kykar, Wind's Furyis another great creature for a Superfriends deck because he makes flying blockers whenever you cast your walkers. Primevals' Glorious Rebirthis a card that can return all of your fallen walkers (and any other legendary permanents) straight to the battlefield for reuse. And finally, Flux Channeleris another fantastic proliferation outlet that triggers naturally with your deck's goal of casting walkers (and is a lower-CMC alternative to Inexorable Tidewhich is only better in a more creature-heavy deck).

Mortlocke on New hubs to be added

2 months ago

Hello legendofa,

I propose a new hub to be added: Phyrexian. During Modern Horizons 2, 225 creatures were retconned into having the Phyrexian creature subtype to join Vorinclex, Monstrous Raider . Additionally, there were a smattering of Enchantments, Artifacts and etc that ether have the Phyrexian subtype or create creature tokens that do. Thanks to this retcon I now have a deck that has a Phyrexian tribal theme. For your reference, below is a full list of spells that were affected by WotC's Phyrexian errata.


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