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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.)
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legendofa on Best Phyrexian theme commander? Atraxa, …
1 week ago
What themes or mechanics are you looking for?
Infect/toxic is better with Atraxa, Praetors' Voice.
Assimilating with Enslave, Gix, Yawgmoth Praetor, and Praetor's Grasp would probably be better with Atraxa, Grand Unifier.
Conversion and recovery with Birthing Pod, Yawgmoth, Thran Physician, Phyrexian Missionary, and Phyrexian Reclamation would probably also be Great Unifier.
KBK7101 on Best Phyrexian theme commander? Atraxa, …
1 week ago
I opened the oil slick foil version of Atraxa, Grand Unifier today! Really excited! Been wanting to build a full on Phyrexian vorthos deck for a while now.... but ... Would this version of Atraxa be best suited for that? Or would I be better off with Atraxa, Praetors' Voice?
Stardew_Vale on Stardew_Vale's Guide to Ezuri Claw of Progress EDH
3 weeks ago
Hey Goulash, thanks for the comment. This is a rather common misconception: Pir, Imaginative Rascal does not double your counters, but adds one counter any time you add an X amount of counters on a creature. Simply put, it is not X times 2, but X+1. This makes it rather underwhelming in a deck like this, while it is a stronger card if working with proliferate, like in an Atraxa, Praetors' Voice deck. Moreover, this works for creatures with +1/+1 counters or other permanents in general, but experience counters are placed on the player, so it won't even trigger.
Idraxus on The Song of Phyresis
3 weeks ago
Hello everyone , I would like to introduce myself into the discussion , about a year ago I first saw Mortlocke's deck and inspired by its creation I decided to create my own "revised" version of it following my budget and preferences . Unfortunately due to studies I could not devote enough time to its constant updating , but now , having the time , I am restoring the project .
Personally , from my recent tests Venerated Rotpriest turned out to be a more than useful tool , generating pressure in early game , but above all (quite surprisingly ) generating fear in the later stages , acting as a deterrent for spot removal .
As for Tekuthal, Inquiry Dominus , it is a card I have been eyeing since the beginning (although I must confess that I have not tested it yet due to deck restoration ) , proliferating double in this deck can practically lead to the demise of one or more players even by simply having Atraxa, Praetors' Voice on the field , the only thing that might not convince me at the moment is the fact that you need counters to activate its ability and protect it , a price that might not be so easy to pay.
DemonDragonJ on Serum Snare or Experimental Augury?
3 weeks ago
I just put a copy of Serum Snare in my Atraxa, Praetors' Voice EDH deck, but I am now wondering if I should replace that card with Experimental Augury, because, as good as the former card is, an opponent can simply resummon the permanent that I return to their hand, and the permanent must have a low mana value in order for me to proliferate, but the latter card shall always proliferate, and it also is nice to have a card that gives me card advantage.
What does everyone else say about this? Should I replace Serum Snare with Experimental Augury?
AstroAA on Should I Make These Replacements?
1 month ago
I like them, but then again - I like most forms of cheaper removal that can hit a variety of targets. Mortify is a bit on the more expensive side imo - especially in black and white. Since you're running Atraxa, Praetors' Voice as your commander you have access to green. I'd just rather run Beast Within as it can target any permanent for the same CMC and it only costs one green and two generic pips as opposed to one white, one black and one generic pip.
DemonDragonJ on Should I Make These Replacements?
1 month ago
I have copies of Countersquall and Recoil in my Atraxa, Praetors' Voice EDH deck, but I am considering replacing those cards with Reject Imperfection and Serum Snare, since I feel that those latter cards better fit the theme of the deck. Regrettably, making those replacements would further diminish the prevalence of black in that deck, but that is an acceptable sacrifice for a more powerful and efficient deck.
What does everyone else say about this? Should I replace Countersquall and Recoil with Reject Imperfection and Serum Snare?
Vlasiax on The Song of Phyresis
1 month ago
What are your thoughts on spells from ONE that directly give opponents poison counters to start proliferating with Atraxa, Praetors' Voice?
- Prologue to Phyresis - just gives counters and replaces itself
- Infectious Bite - gives counters and can cripple or straight up kill some of opponents creatures when targeting Commander(deathtouch) or any creature with Infect
- Vraska's Fall - Edict effect that could potentially make way for creatures with Toxic/Infect early game
- Infectious Inquiry - I see this as a bit upgraded Night's Whisper, good consistency spell IMO
- Phyresis Outbreak - poison counter starter OR compleate boardwipe
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