Enchantment — Aura
When Colossification enters the battlefield, tap enchanted creature.
Enchanted creature gets +20/+20.
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
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1 week ago
Pathbreaker Ibex and Craterhoof Behemoth can make a creature bigger, as well as lots of others. Throw God-Eternal Rhonas in with this group. And maybe Nylea's Colossus, too. Let’s also add Kalonian Hydra.
4 months ago
Soul Tithe: This card is really narrow. If the game piece is part of their win condition they will just pay. Many threats are not high in mana cost. It mainly acts as removal for mana rocks or early game pieces.
Bound in Gold: Minimus Containment was just printed and is by far the superior. I have found that triggered abilities tend to be as or more threatening than activated abilities. "Loses all abilities" vs. "can"t activate abilities" is a HUGE difference.
Faith Unbroken: This is too risky. It creates a potential for huge loss on your part with little loss on the opponents. They can now use creature removal to get rid of the enchantment, which is always easier. Then you lose your creature, enchantment, and give them theirs back. It's also expensive to cast!
Coalition Flag: I have looked at this countless times and this is the first time I put together the fact that it also redirects good targeting abilities as well as bad! Someone forgets it's their and casts Colossification, Boom! You have the biggest creature on the board! I always thought of it as a single time protection for your better creature from a Path to Exile single target removal style effect. I will look into this, maybe play test it a bit.
6 months ago
king-saproling I'll try it with the deck edits for now and see how I like it. I added Starfield of Nyx , Cragplate Baloth , Birds of Paradise , Oblivion Ring , Disenchant , Colossification for now to offset the cuts. What do you think about City of Solitude in the main board? Maybe Autumn Willow
7 months ago
Wow, what a deck, very creative. I would probably buy it. . . except for the three Mana Confluences, very questionable. I'm assuming that is for blue mana, honestly, just run an Izzet Guildgate instead. This is very good but lacks win conditions, I have some notable suggestions below:) Suggestions:(at least consider sideboarding) Colossification + Fling (will usually seem suspicious in a gruul w a lil blue deck, so wait for your opponents to tap out, and if you want to take it even further Unleash Fury ) Brash Taunter + Unleash Fury or Brash Taunter + Star of Extinction add some counterspells maybe? Dissolve or Cancel Guttersnipe + Dictate of the Twin Gods (note: if you really wanna go crazy, throw in some Shock s, you're paying 1 for four damage lol) Finally, always reccomend Soul-Guide Lantern , pioneer players are mean and very often try to recast from the graveyards, as you will run into a lot more dreadhorde archanists probably, in black decks which is even more scary, given some of the spells they could play.
So that's all i got, like I said, i like the idea of this deck, just take these into consideration:) aslo, if you put Colossification on your Dreadhorde Archanist, essentially you can cast any instant or sorcery spell you want lol
7 months ago
The ability that gives the creatures +1/+1 is an ability. It is a static ability that is always active on the battlefield. But, having that +1/+1 is not itself an ability, it’s just modifying the power and toughness of the creatures. It’s not an altered state per se.
Yes Colossification would work fine because having a buff to power in this way by itself is not an ability. However, because Mythic Proportions also grants trample (which most certainly is an ability) to the enchanted creature, that creature would no longer get the +1/+1.
7 months ago
Thank you guys! What would I be without you? :)
The +1/+1 that Ruxa gives is not an ability though, just an altered state? A replacement effect for their default stats? Which means that Colossification works but for the reasons you named Mythic Proportions doesn't, is that correct?
7 months ago
I ran Jarad for quite a while in my Necrotic Ooze deck. The main plan is to fill the yard with a ton of creatures off cards like Satyr Wayfinder , sacrifice them with Hell's Caretaker to bring back huge threats, and/or use Ooze plus strong activated abilities like Avatar of Woe 's and the untap from Devoted Druid to amass an advantage. Before going in a more combo-heavy direction, I had Jarad and Korozda Guildmage as my big payoff cards (with Spider Spawning and Kessig Cagebreakers in the sideboard). Both love the way the Lord himself can be sacrificed to close out the game when your graveyard gets big enough. Having redundant effects helps make any plan more resilient, so I usually run a playset of Splinterfright and sometimes consider Nighthowler or Bonehoard as backups for the elf. Splinterfright in particular benefits from having a Nyx Weaver self-mill effect tacked on. The major benefit to using these types of cards over Colossification is just mana cost. +20/+20 will almost always win the game, but for 7 mana, it's easy to see it being too slow in all but the most casual environments. Plus, if you tap out for the aura, a single Vapor Snag can ruin the plan before Jarad gets to activate. I'd want some other ways to take advantage of the huge buff, even if that's just efficient trample creatures, if I was building around Colossification. That, or finding some way to cheat it into play early.
If you can, I'd also recommend cutting down to the 60 card minimum. This will make it all the more likely you draw the most synergetic cards, although I do like that you have tutors to help with that too.
8 months ago
Have you considered Colossification and Mayael's Aria ? With Collossification on the battlefield on Gishath you're ensured the ability of putting a hign number of Dinosaurs on the battlefield. Add in Mayael's Aria around the same turn and its a win. With how many creatures you have at power 4 or higher reaping benefits of the card should not take long.