Back:Kenzo the Hardhearted
Creature — Human Soldier
When a creature dealt damage by Bushi Tenderfoot this turn is put into a graveyard, flip Bushi Tenderfoot.
Kenzo the Hardhearted
Legendary Creature — Human Samurai
Bushido 2 (Whenever this creature blocks or becomes blocked, it gets +2/+2 until end of turn.)
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|Champions of Kamigawa (CHK)||Uncommon|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Bushi Tenderfoot Discussion
3 weeks ago
Kenzo, Eiganjo Warrior
Legendary Creature-Human samurai Werewolf
First Strike, Bushido x+1, where x is the number of training counters on ~.
Whenever ~'s Bushido ability triggers, put a training counter on it. Then if it has three or more training counters on it, transform it.
Kenzo the Ravager (color id: RG)
Legendary creature-werewolf spirit samurai
Double Strike, Trample
When ~ deals combat damage to a player, flip it.
At the beginning of combat on your turn, put a training counter on target creature. It is a Samurai in addition to its other types and has Bushido x, where x is the number of training counters on it.
gonna have to make that text really small. Make a kamigawa flip card that flips from a creature ot a legendary creature and then transforms into a legendary and then flips into an enchantment. FOur sides, so to speak.
1 month ago
Bushi is not a legendary creature. While it is capable of becoming legendary, it is not legendary. So, it can't be your commander.
That said, most playgroups are ok with these sorts of house rules. I highly recommend that you ask the people that you play with to see if they are ok with you running Bushi as your commander. If you don't have a consistent playgroup, I would have a backup creature that can be your commander just in case.
Hope this helps!!
1 month ago
3 months ago
Jhyalli, Gavel of Paludaria
Legendary Creature - Zombie Dragon
Flying, Trample, Infect
At the beginning of your combat phase, you may put a -1/-1 counter on any number of creatures you control, then sacrifice all creatures you control without a -1/-1 counter on them.
: Target creature you control gains Undying.
: Target creature you control gains Persist.
I'd like a legendary creature made generic, like before they were notable:
Akki Lavarunner Flip, Kitsune Mystic Flip, Cunning Bandit Flip, Budoka Pupil Flip, Bushi Tenderfoot Flip, Callow Jushi Flip, Hired Muscle Flip, etc. but not necessarily a transforming card. Disruptive Student and Hanweir, the Writhing Township from Hanweir Battlements+Hanweir Garrison are also cool possibilities, any other ideas I'm eager to see!
1 year ago
1 year ago
@Dylan Unfortunately Karn was already a planeswalker in the lore, by the time he was trapped in the Mirrodin core so I don't think he can be printed in creature form if it will be based on that time period.
@CasualCucumber That would be nice but the only reason I don't think they will ever print WW commander pre-con is that they will have to basically print all the common and uncommon werewolves from Innistrad too (no incentive to buy anything, somewhat limit upgrades too) and the fact most of those cards are flip cards which at least on paper are a big problem for pre-cons (big eyebrow raiser was this years Legion's Landing Flip in the challenger deck). Apparently the community for some unfathomable reason didn't like the Kamigawa flip cards either which were at least much easier to print Bushi Tenderfoot . Now if the fall set has werewolf theme in a nordic plane as some people speculate...that might make this option seem a lot more possible :).
1 year ago
I think it would be awful. Every green deck would be the equivalent of Teferi, Temporal Archmage / The Chain Veil combo with Doubling Season . I think a good compromise would be to allow walkers and other cards like the Bushi Tenderfoot cycle that transform into legendary creatures be played as commanders. Apart from lands, for which commander tax has some rules issues, most legends could work. People have already speculated that we might be getting the reverse of the Magic Origins/ Nicol Bolas, the Ravager Flip flip walkers to represent planeswalkers loosing their spark in the upcoming set.