Champion's Helm

Champion's Helm

Artifact — Equipment

Equipped creature gets +2/+2

As long as equipped creature is legendary, it has hexproof.

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Format Legality
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Highlander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Custom Legal

Champion's Helm occurrence in decks from the last year

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Champion's Helm Discussion

Mcat1999 on Titan's Revenge -- (Giant Tribal/Voltron)

1 month ago

I played this deck last night in playtest and got her out T2.

T3 she has Champion's Helm and swung for 10.

I hate this deck so much, but not as much as I love it. Honestly might buy it!

DespairFaction on Rograkh with His Faithfull Horse

1 month ago

Alright heres my main tips. First cut the creatures that dont matter, thats going to be swiftspear, and segovian angel. Next I dont really love being in on Auras. One removal spell and they all go away so, I believe that sentinel eyes and dragon mantle are going to be underwhelming, cut battlemastery. While its good, you can get more permanent sources of double strike from things like duelist heritage, bloodmist or True Conviction .

I think you are going to want 2-3 extra combat cards. Pick the ones that you have access to. Aurelia is the best, and Waves of Aggression and Aggravated Assault combo with sword of feast and famine. You are going to want a mask of memory, and probably a tome of legends, and because Tome of Legends , likely a Manifold Key . Finally you are going to want more things that put size and abilities on Rograkh. Thats going to be as many swords of X and Y as you have, with Sinew and Steel being the next best in line and dont forget about sword of DnD. I would get a Citadel Siege in the deck somewhere as another way to add more size. Other good equipment are Champion's Helm and Hammer of Nazahn , Maul of the Skyclaves , Loxodon Warhammer , Embercleave , Sword of Vengeance . A few value equipments you are missing are the alreayd mentioned, Mask of Memory , Dowsing Dagger  Flip, Explorer's Scope .

Once you get the equipment figured out, you'll want to get a bit more removal. 10-12 pieces for midpower metas and 13-15 for high power is usually about right. Volcanic Offering is a great piece, blasphemous act especially if you load up on red swords. Heliod's Intervention and Dismantling Wave are great artifacts and enchantments, Chandra's Ignition could be another nice 1 sided board wipe.

Since this is partner deck dont be afraid to go lower on the creature count. YOu have 2 in the command zone, so you could safely go down around 15 creatures or so. Good luck!

DespairFaction on Rograkh with His Faithfull Horse

1 month ago

Alright heres my main tips. First cut the creatures that dont matter, thats going to be swiftspear, and segovian angel. Next I dont really love being in on Auras. One removal spell and they all go away so, I believe that sentinel eyes and dragon mantle are going to be underwhelming, cut battlemastery. While its good, you can get more permanent sources of double strike from things like duelist heritage, bloodmist or True Conviction.

I think you are going to want 2-3 extra combat cards. Pick the ones that you have access to. Aurelia is the best, and Waves of Aggression and Aggravated Assault combo with sword of feast and famine. You are going to want a mask of memory, and probably a tome of legends, and because Tome of Legends, likely a Manifold Key. Finally you are going to want more things that put size and abilities on Rograkh. Thats going to be as many swords of X and Y as you have, with Sinew and Steel being the next best in line and dont forget about sword of DnD. I would get a Citadel Siege in the deck somewhere as another way to add more size. Other good equipment are Champion's Helm and Hammer of Nazahn, Maul of the Skyclaves, Loxodon Warhammer, Embercleave, Sword of Vengeance. A few value equipments you are missing are the alreayd mentioned, Mask of Memory, Dowsing Dagger  Flip, Explorer's Scope.

Once you get the equipment figured out, you'll want to get a bit more removal. 10-12 pieces for midpower metas and 13-15 for high power is usually about right. Volcanic Offering is a great piece, blasphemous act especially if you load up on red swords. Heliod's Intervention and Dismantling Wave are great artifacts and enchantments, Chandra's Ignition could be another nice 1 sided board wipe.

Since this is partner deck dont be afraid to go lower on the creature count. YOu have 2 in the command zone, so you could safely go down around 15 creatures or so. Good luck!

king-saproling on

2 months ago

Looks fun. I disagree with the other commenters regarding draw/recovery. I think that these partners are best played as a glass-cannon, all or nothing, win early or bust strategy. This is just my 2 cents but I would make the following swaps:

Impulsive Pilferer -> Skirk Prospector. T1 Prospector = T2 Jeska!

Arcane Signet -> Simian Spirit Guide

Lightning Bolt -> Rite of Flame

Chandra, Torch of Defiance -> Lotus Petal

Leyline Tyrant -> Seize the Day

Trailblazer's Boots -> Dust Corona

Solemn Simulacrum -> Treasonous Ogre

Loyal Apprentice -> Inquisitor's Flail

Fireblade Charger -> Smoke

Champion of the Flame -> Neheb, the Eternal

Monastery Swiftspear -> Captive Flame

Koth of the Hammer -> Relentless Assault

Ruby Medallion -> Dockside Extortionist

Ring of Valkas -> Relic Axe

Whispersilk Cloak -> Champion's Helm. Rograkh having shroud could be problematic for you.

Lightning Greaves -> Taste for Mayhem

Deasert_Nomads_be_godly on Muldrotha the Typical

2 months ago

great deck. But you need some protection against removal/boardwipes as they are extremely common in commander. maybe.. Champion's Helm, Neurok Stealthsuit, Swiftfoot Boots, Blossoming Defense, Heroic Intervention, Fierce Guardianship just to name a few.

HydraOoze on Red White equipment voltron

2 months ago

Thank you for the suggestions. I definitely plan on adding Champion's Helm, just hoping for a reprint. And Timely Ward is a good call. I’m not sure about the Loxodon Warhammer since rogeth already has trample but the lifeline would be nice, I’ll add it to the maybe board. Thanks for all the help.

Queen_Lulu on Red White equipment voltron

2 months ago

Great looking deck. As far as advice goes, I can suggest that you should definitely include Champion's Helm, and Loxodon Warhammer would also work nicely. Also, Timely Ward may be somewhat better than Shielded by Faith since it only requires one white mana. But overall, I like this deck!

DemonDragonJ on Random New Cards

3 months ago

I have created several new cards, and, rather than make a separate thread for each card, I have decided to post all of them in this thread, for everyone here to review.

Infernal Witness Show

This creature is a black version of Eternal Witness; normally, black can return only creature cards or cards of its own color from the graveyard, but I feel that returning any card in exchange for loss of life is an acceptable bend.

Gift of Erebos Show

I am very surprised that WotC never made a card such as this during either the original Theros block or Theros: beyond Death, because it is such a simple and straightforward design. In my opinion, 2 mana would have been too low of a cost for this card, and 4 mana would have been too high, so I compromised and gave it a mana cost of 3.

Champion's Belt Show

This card was inspired by, and modeled after, the ridiculously large and fancy belts that are given to winners of fighting events, so it naturally has abilities that focus on combat; it was also partially inspired by Champion's Helm, so it provides additional bonuses to legendary creatures.

Soul Evasion Show

Soul Evasion is the name of an epic song by an obscure death metal band named Chastisement, and I knew that I had to make a card with that name (because the Phryexians are very much this game's equivalent of the death metal genre), which is modeled after Cloudshift, but, because of its more flexible casting cost, it cannot be used to permanently take control of an opponent's creature.

Phyrexian Gatekeeper Show

This creature is a Phyrexian version of Loxodon Gatekeeper, but with a higher overall mana cost to balance the fact that its cost is more flexible, and I also increased its power and toughness and gave it vigilance to balance the increased cost (and because I believe that a 2/3 for 4 mana was a terrible bargain in the original card).

What does everyone else say about these cards? Do you like them?

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