Broodwarden

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Custom Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Rise of the Eldrazi (ROE) Uncommon

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Broodwarden

Creature — Eldrazi Drone

Eldrazi Spawn creatures you control get +2/+1.

Broodwarden Discussion

PeeBee on too easy

9 months ago

Thanks for the shoutout Darth_Savage,

I have had a quick look at your deck and can see that you are trying to go wide with lots of creatures, and utitlise the power of cards like Goblin Bushwhacker, Hellion Eruption, might of masses and Outnumber so i will stick with this theme of the deck and make some suggestions based on this assumption.

Firstly I would change Runaway Steam-Kin as this card is only really good in a mono red deck looking to play small spells, your deck is currently 33% green and 67% red, and although this is a large amount of red, you dont have enough low cost red spells to make this a great card, we can find something better :). If you decide to go mono red down the line, then this is a potential card to bring back.

A lot of your deck seems to be about generating a huge amount of eldrazi spawn's, so with this in mind I would up the Broodwarden to 4, as this will really help finding one, and multiple of these is even better!

To make sure you can cast your 5/6 mana spells we would need to up the land count to 24/25 or have more ways to create mana if you take my advice to remove the Runaway Steam-Kin's. Instead of adding extra lands, I see you already have Growth Spasm, so I would suggest putting 2 more in as well to make sure you hit lands consistently, but still allows you to develop your board. (You wont want to sacrifice too many eldrazi spawns for mana).

Lastly I would try and make room for 2 more Outnumber and 1 more Lightning Bolt as these are both key removal for your deck. I would drop x1 Relentless Assault and x2 Emrakul's Hatcher to make room for this, as both these cards require a lot of mana to cast. Relentless assault is also a card you dont want to ever have 2 of, and with other win-cons in your deck, I feel that dropping one still should mean you see it in 30-50% of games and gives you the option of double combat if needed.

I hope the above is taken as suggestions based on my experience of the game and the cards you have chosen currently and isnt meant as a definitive guide.

If you need any additional information on my selections or want to know my opinion on other cards, i'd be happy to help.

VigilantTempest on Colorless Eldrazi

2 years ago

+1 Just for the Emrakul, the Promised End

Maybe add Broodwarden for an extra boost?

Could you review What Happened to My Hand?????? Thanks

invisoDustin123 on Tomb of the Lifegain v2

2 years ago

I actually really like the idea of Broodwarden and I'm going to try to find a good place for it, I'm going to wait for Amonkhet though because I'm putting Throne of the God-Pharaoh in for sure and maybe some other cards depending on what else is coming. Thanks!

Charles_Grimlie on Tomb of the Lifegain v2

2 years ago

Have you considered Growth Spasm? Although it isn't a consistent Eldrazi Spawn producer, Growth Spasm may help ensure you have all four mana for casting your main stuff. Also, I feel From Beyond could use a target to fetch possibly Hand of Emrakul or Broodwarden?

Otherwise, I love the idea of the deck. The Eldrazi monument is a nice touch!

Firebones675 on Eldrazi BUGs

2 years ago

It's worth noting that "eldrazi scion" and "eldrazi spawn" are not the same thing. Your tokens from From Beyond don't get pumped by Broodwarden and you currently don't have anything you can sacrifice to Hand of Emrakul. (I think it's dumb too but they came from 2 different sets and they decided to make it a different creature type. If you want to keep the brood warden/hand in the deck Awakening Zone makes spawn tokens. Here are a few random suggestions, hope this helps!

Eldrazi Temple allows you to cast your more expensive eldrazi quicker.

All Is Dust can destroy an opponents board while not touching yours.

Conduit of Ruin is good to tutor up a big one and cast it for cheaper

Reality Smasher hits like a truck

Artisan of Kozilek: cast one eldrazi, get one free

Xica on

2 years ago

...ahh i see.

here is my two cents on the matter
either try to go full heartless summoning or full hellbent
Heartless summoning makes you miss out the best stuff hellbent can offer
There are also better options to use for heartless summoning, than lupine prototype, as its drawback is no way eliminated by the enchantment - same is true about infernal tutor.

If you plan to do the heartless summoning route, then go big or go home...
I would consider making some GB eldrazi stuff with Eldrazi Temple, using eldrazi tokens (or maybe mana dorks) to bring out Superion (they can also be used to chump if needed). And Big eldrazi tend to be real wholesome creatures, and lets say making them cost 3 instead of 5, is a really strong play.
Reality Smasher, Thought-Knot Seer, Broodwarden, Awakening Zone, Nest Invader, Blisterpod, Catacomb Sifter, Eternal Scourge - note that the old and the new eldrazi tokens run by different name thus cards that buff one don't work with the other.

Hellbent has the old rakdos guild, and a lot of cards that don't explicitly feature the keyword going for it.

Panzerforge on spawning pool party

3 years ago

Hello henrytessa, it would be great if you could give me creator credit for my Spawning Pool Party.

It really is a fun deck, and one that I've put a lot of work into. I would also like to point out that it's not a Standard Deck, and the sideboard isn't even Modern legal. It's a Pauper Deck.

I'm glad you like it, and would be happy to hear any feed back or input from playing it.

As for your friend im_tapped_out_man's suggestions, if you're going to take this Modern, then Awakening Zone and Broodwarden are both great choices, as is Rapacious One.

All Is Dust is a bad call, as your heavy hitters aren't the devoid style Eldrazi, meaning that All is Dust will destroy all your Emrakul's Hatchers, Nest Invaders, and Kozilek's Predators. Not to mention that it will destroy one of my deck's good damage sources, Impact Tremors.

Thanks again for taking the time to look at my deck, but please give credit where it is due.

-Panzerforge

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