Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer

Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer

Legendary Artifact Creature — Phyrexian Artificer

Creature tokens you control have haste.

At the beginning of combat on your turn, create a 2/1 blue Myr Artifict creature token. Then you may choose a token you control. If you do, each other token you control becomes a copy of that token.

Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer Discussion

Mana_Mythic_Legendary on Pursuing Perfection, Part 13: Izzet …

2 months ago

Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer is an unholy demon and I would give you a hard time for playing it if it wasn’t so awesome.

Dromar39 on Pursuing Perfection, Part 13: Izzet …

2 months ago

Another great article. Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer is my favorite izzet colored commander.

K1ngMars on General Land and Deck Help

4 months ago

I understand your point, Reflections of Littjara doesn't really help much in your deck. On the other hand, I'm happy that you considered to add Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer, as it could serve as a good game ender.

I am however confused as to why you don't like activated ability cost redutors, given that your commander has 4 activated abilities which could really benefit from it. Those activated abilities come in handy to do anything, especially drawing cards and recurring creatures from the graveyard, being also a very consistent form of draw engine, given that it is in the command zone for you to cast whenver you need. With 2 cost reductors in play you can draw 1 card for at instant speed, not something to snuff about. If you plan on changing Kenrith, the Returned King for another commander, I agree that those cards would instead be of much less use.

Happy brewing!

K1ngMars on General Land and Deck Help

4 months ago

Nice deck! Your curve is medium (avg 3,54) and you produce enough mana with treasures and rocks to compensate for it, so the land count should really be fine. I'd consider adding the remaining 5 Shock lands (like Steam Vents) instead of the taplands you mentioned and you should be good. The only problem you incur in by not having any basic lands is that an occasional Path to Exile, or similar effect, will have you fail to find a basic land in your deck. If the aforementioned circumstance is a worry to you, just add 1-2 basics over the triomes and you're good, else ingore it completely. If you notice a lack of mana in the next few games, consider adding 2-3 lands and try again. It's absolutely not straightforward to round down exactly how many lands a deck needs, take your time. Another set of good lands would be the Battlebond lands, i.e. the ones that enter untapped if you have at least 2 or more opponents, like Bountiful Promenade

As a small addition to my comment: have you considered cards like Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer and Reflections of Littjara? They seem like a good fit in your deck over some cards like Hoarding Ogre and Skullport Merchant. Moreover, another good effect to have would be all the activated ability cost reducers like Training Grounds, Biomancer's Familiar and Zirda, the Dawnwaker, to really enable Kenrith to do a lot more.

wereotter on Are there any Commanders you'd …

5 months ago

There are a bunch that I feel like would be fun, though possibly busted, together.

Two big pairings for me, Zedruu the Greathearted with Blim, Comedic Genius and Lonis, Cryptozoologist with Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer

Also just in general my playgroup has been floating the idea that you can pair up two legends that don't have partner, BUT they have to actually be connected by lore. So pairings like Ixidor, Reality Sculptor and any of the Akromas. Ghoulcaller Gisa and Stitcher Geralf, Karlov of the Ghost Council with any version of Teysa. The legends might pull your decks into different directions, but could make for interesting deckbuilding as you try to make them work together.

carpecanum on Fractal Jones goes back to Mars

5 months ago

I use Keiga in my Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer deck. Eyes pop.

golgarigirl on Changing Commanders

6 months ago

My enchantment deck was a 5-color deck, houseruled to be led by Genju of the Realm , then Chromanticore . Then, as of our second visit to Theros, I felt I had enough gas to cut the red and black and run Tuvasa the Sunlit .

My temur token clone deck used to be Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer , added green with Tana, the Bloodsower + Thrasios, Triton Hero , changed to Riku of Two Reflections after I got tired of Thrasios' shenanigans, switched to Tana, the Bloodsower + Sakashima of a Thousand Faces after getting annoyed with Riku, did a stint as Esix, Fractal Bloom , and then I realized I live for the stupid stuff red adds to the deck that I went back to Tana + Sakashima.

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