Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Vintage Legal

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.

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Evool on Jhoira Artifacts

1 month ago

Revision; added more infinite combo potential with Dramatic Reversal just waiting on Isochron Scepter to arrive. Added a few more token generators like Sai, Master Thopterist, Etherium Spinner, and Thopter Engineer. Added Jhoira's arguably better version Jhoira, Weatherlight Captain to swap out commanders if someone so pleased, along with Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer although not as well optimized for Brudi. Do have a few more cards on like way like Memnarch and a few others from my maybe board, will add when they arrive.

legendofa on New hubs to be added

2 months ago

shadow63 That could work. How.many decks are dedicated purely to making copies of creatures, and which formats would they be in?

I was including clones with Aikido because that's mostly where I've seen them in bulk. If there's enough decks specifically for creature copy, I'll short-list it for review. Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer EDH comes to mind, but are there a significant number of other examples? And how much will it overlap with Twin decks?

Pedrodamus on Stacking/Resolving triggers entering combat? Brudiclad …

3 months ago

Scenario is this: Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer and Rionya, Fire Dancer are on the battefiled with Massacre Wurm in the bin. I enter combat and respond by casting Corpse Dance targeting Masscare Wurm. When Massacre Wurm enters and the -2/-2 etb goes on the stack am I able to respond to that by allowing the combat triggers to resolve prior to the -2/-2 etb so that the Rionya triggers and makes 2 copies of Massacre Wurm, putting 2x -2/-2 etbs on the stack, and then resolve Brudiclad's trigger to create a 2/1 Myr and have all my tokens become copies of Massacre Wurm and finally allow all the -2/-2 triggers resolve so that when something on my opponents board dies 4x Massacre Wurms see it for a total of 8 lost of life per creature? It's a wonky scenario and I'm not certain if I can control my creature's etb/combat triggers in this fashion. My immediate answer was "no", but just wanted to confirm.

Gidgetimer on card:sundial of the infinite and …

4 months ago

The "exile at them at the beginning of the next end step" is not part of the characteristics of the tokens. It is a delayed trigger ability that will track the tokens that were created by Elemental Mastery regardless of what the characteristics of those tokens changes to. If you end the turn immediately after the Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer trigger resolves you will have to sacrifice the tokens on the next turn's end step since your turn didn't have one for the delayed trigger to trigger on.

The cool thing with the mentioned Sundial of the Infinite though is that if you wait until the delayed trigger ability goes on the stack during your end step, and end the turn before the trigger resolves it will not trigger on any other end steps because it already triggered on the "next" end step.

FatFreddiesCat on card:sundial of the infinite and …

4 months ago

There seem to be a number of answers regarding Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer, but I'm sorry to say that I can't quite be sure of my situation. I have Sundial of the Infinite in play. I tap a creature enchanted with Elemental Mastery creating X 1/1 red Elemental creatures which will be exiled at the beginning of the next step. At the beginning of combat my Commander Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer creates a blue Myr artifact creature token. I then choose another token I control, say a 9/9 blue Kraken creature token and each other token I control becomes a copy of that Kraken token. I activate Sundial of the Infinite ending the turn. Will I still need to exile the tokens created by the Elemental Mastery enchantment at the beginning of a later end step or do they no longer have any part of 1/1 red Elemental creature tokens and will no longer be subject to exile?

Hillbillybob987 on Go-Shintai, It's ya Burfdae!

8 months ago

Crazy thought but what about Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer. I haven't seen it in anyone's list but I think has amazing potential.

The low bar assuming you have one shrine token from Go-Shintai of Life's Origin, Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer would give you one additional shrine a turn with its second ability.

Token makers like Sigil of the Empty Throne, Archon of Sun's Grace and maybe board cards Ajani's Chosen and Alela, Artful Provocateur, will make Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer even scarier turning all those tokens into shrine too.

Then on the high end you have Go-Shintai of Shared Purpose and Honden of Life's Web. You make tokens for each shrine you control then with Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer change the underwhelming 1/1 spirits into shrine allowing you to double the number of shrine you have every turn.

Finally if you really get crazy with it, add Mirror Box to allow you to make copies of a legendary permanent then copy a legendary shrine with Mythos of Illuna or Replication Technique. So now all your tokens will become copies of that shrine for an explosive, over the top combo. (I will admit doing all this is a bit too convoluted to probably be worth it, but it sounds amazing)

Kougaiji38 on Norin the Scary 2022

9 months ago

DragonWolf420 lol, just thinking about what you said more and I feel like I have more to say XD. First, I want to apologize for being a little too dismissive about your point. After re-reading it you said "opponent's artifact strategies... [like] Dockside Extortionist." I actually get this. What I would say to this is that every MTG deck has decks that it pairs poorly against. It's basically a convoluted game of rock, paper, scissors. In my anecdotal experience, I don't find that artifact affinity decks are very popular in EDH. So I still think that you ususally get more use out of Genesis Chamber than your opponents. Even against a Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer deck, they aren't summoning a lot of non-token creatures so a few myrs isn't going to super charge them all that much. If you build your deck around etb synergies you will definitely get more mileage out of it anyway. Secondly, about Genesis Chamber making your enemies Dockside Extortionist better, well I still stand by what I said about the single card argument, but I would also like to add that it makes your Dockside Extortionist better too.

FauxFaux on Card creation challenge

9 months ago

Koth, Hammer upon Mirran

Legendary Planeswalker - Koth

Compleated: If you lost life to cast ~, ~ enters the battlefield with 2 less loyalty counters on it.

+1: Create three 1/1 Red Artifact Myr tokens.

-3: Sacrifice an artifact. Deal X damage to each opponent, where X is the Converted Mana Cost of the sacrificed artifact.

-8: Each opponent gets an emblem with: "Whenever a creature you control attacks, or you are attacked by a creature an opponent controls, you take 5 damage."


While I am happy to see the Phyrexians back, I am saddened by the relatively little lore I've seen regarding their plans....

So we have some Myr. While Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer isn't a Myr itself, create a true Legendary Myr!

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