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Brokkos, Apex of Forever
Legendary Creature — Nightmare Beast Elemental
Mutate (If you cast this spell for its mutate cost, put it ontop or underneath target non-Human creature you own. They mutate into the creature that is on top and that creature has all the abilities of every card underneath it.)
You may cast Brokkos, Apex of Forever from your graveyard using its mutate ability.
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3 weeks ago
I'd love to offer suggestions, but hope I can get a bit more of your experience and insight into what you think isn't coming together?
I've played Voltron in a few different forms via Tuvasa the Sunlit, Mazzy, Truesword Paladin, and Brokkos, Apex of Forever. I noticed that the most successful games that I had were ones where I locked onto a single player, usually whoever was playing the most potentially volatile commander, and I'd only attack them.
If Rog is one of your primary Voltron targets, you could run Kediss, Emberclaw Familiar as a way to hit the whole table. Additionally both Valduk, Keeper of the Flame and Kazuul's Toll Collector could be Voltron targets, since both can hold equipment well.
Lastly, I think you could run a couple more 2 mana rocks
4 months ago
Thank you for the suggestions SufferFromEDHD. After some consideration I decided to swap out Karametra's Acolyte for Questing Beast (I have a copy in my binders), and Utopia Sprawl for my copy of Birds of Paradise from my recently recycled Brokkos, Apex of Forever deck. I liked Utopia Sprawl since it dodged most of the removal that Mana Dorks are most susceptible to. Is it necessary for a mono-green deck? It's debatable, but I'm usually happy to draw into it early on.
I picked up Hall of Gemstone for about $5 a couple of years ago, and was surprised when I saw what its new price is. It's a good card, but I can understand why other players might omit it from their lists between the its effect and the price tag.
As for your other suggestions, I don't currently own copies of any of them, but will consider them a bit more. I'm planning on picking up cards for other decks in the next month or two, but had this deck as one of the lowest in my consideration for new upgrades aside from maybe a Silverback Elder
1 year ago
The question has me thinking: Has anyone ever tried Sultai Elves with both Meren and Ezuri, Claw of Progress ? You could even include Momir Vig, Simic Visionary to be able to tutor for the two of them. The most fitting commander I can imagine is either Muldrotha or Brokkos, Apex of Forever . This seems pretty interesting, actually...
2 years ago
2 years ago
I really like what you did here, from the list to your interpretation of Imoti's origin. Very flavourful build. I finished my Archelos, Lagoon Mystic land matters deck some weeks ago, maybe have a look there for inspiration?
I'm also currently working on a Brokkos, Apex of Forever list, I think I'll take some inspiration from your fatty suite.
I have some cards you might want to consider:
Meloku the Clouded Mirror is a powerhouse in land matters decks. As a discount fatty, Impervious Greatwurm seems to be a great addition. Goreclaw, Terror of Qal Sisma is propably rhe fluffiest mana rock to ever exist. Also, how about Seer's Sundial for some more card draw? And last, but not least, Kodama of the East Tree seems great in here.
2 years ago
This is pretty cool. A card you should definitely add is Brokkos, Apex of Forever.
2 years ago
Murphy77 While counters do technically add to the P/T of a card, they do so independently of the card. The difference is BASE power and toughness. Lets say a 1/1 creature is equipped or has an aura on it that modify its P/T by +2/+2. The creature's total power and toughness is 3/3, but its base power and toughness is 1/1. If a creature with base power and toughness 3/3 mutates on to that creature, because the equipment/aura are still attached, its new base power and toughness would be 3/3, and total P/T would 6/6. Counters work the same way. The Base power and toughness of Brokkos, Apex of Forever is 6/6, but just like an equipment or aura, the counters are still on it, so it would be an 18/18.
2 years ago
In a deck posted on tapped out, the deck notes speak of escaping Polukranos, Unchained then mutating Brokkos, Apex of Forever over it to create an 18/18 creature. The wording of mutate on the cards says that the top card gains abilities of the bottom card. If abilities include power and toughness, this changes a whole lot about how magic is played.