Darksteel Juggernaut

Darksteel Juggernaut

Artifact Creature — Juggernaut

Indestructible

Darksteel Juggernaut's power and toughness are each equal to the number of artifacts you control.

Darksteel Juggernaut attacks each combat if able.

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Darksteel Juggernaut Discussion

libraryjoy on Messing with Lore

1 month ago

As always, what's my budget, what cards do you own/not own? That's the first step. Maybe artifacts like similar to Ichor Wellspring, like Filigree Familiar that give you benefits for entering the battlefield. You definitely need at least 3 more lands. Buried Ruin should be one of them. Boros Garrison is another good include. I'm not a fan of Mindslaver, myself. It's too mean. My current favorite Boros combo is Basalt Monolith + Zirda, the Dawnwaker for infinite colorless mana. I always like to have Elixir of Immortality to bounce my graveyard back to my library, especially if there are mill effects involved. I like Darksteel Forge and Darksteel Reactor, but your mileage may vary. Foundry Inspector would definitely not be a bad idea. Maybe something like Stensia Masquerade or Archetype of Courage to give your team first strike, if you don't want to pony up for Akroma's Memorial. Puppet Strings is a good way to get an extra activation of your commander. Scrap Mastery is good. I'm also a fan of Darksteel Juggernaut. Sorry this is pretty scattered. I hope it gives you some ideas. Here are a couple of artifact decks I've built in the past, that you may find interesting:

Losheel's Toy Soldiers Ultrabudget EDH

Svella, the Rock Collector - Budget EDH

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-Orvos- on I Brought a Sword to a Magic Fight

2 months ago

rb701 the whole point of this deck is to fish out World Slayer and blow everything up. A lot of my stuff is indestructible because it would survive that.

Magnetic Theft is a combat trick. Allows me to throw worldslayer on any unblocked creature before combat damage, either my opponents or my own.

Darksteel Juggernaut is basically the same thing as cranial plating.

The red green colors are specifically only for magnetic theft and Ancient Stirrings.

The deck plays very defensive, T1 and T2 are 90% of the time spent prepping for a big drop on T3 or 4.

I also think you may have been looking at an outdated version. I updated the list today and removed all of the "sword of" cards... I came to the same conclusion you did.

DankMagicianD on I *WILL* make Zabaz Good

3 months ago

Tome of Legends , Urza's Saga , and Smothering Tithe are both powerful and synergistic, but are also expensive. If you are using the Osgir precon as a shell for the deck, Digsite Engineer and Bronze Guardian are both payoffs for having a ton of artifacts, as well as Darksteel Juggernaut . Walking Ballista , Triskelion , and Monoskelion are all good at converting counters into damage, and Fiery Emancipation seems like some great top end in order to make your stuff hit hard enough to kill. Other good counter payoffs include Triskelavus , Pentavus , and Crystalline Crawler .If you plan to sacrifice creatures a lot, then Blade of the Bloodchief can do a lot of work here too.

Mechanon on Glissa's artifacts (50$ budget deck)

6 months ago

Golgari Guildgate could probably be swapped for Command Tower . Other useful cards might be Darksteel Juggernaut , Bonehoard , Shambling Suit , Steel Overseer and Traxos, Scourge of Kroog . There's some pricey versions of some of these cards for a few bucks or more but there's also 50 cent versions.

libraryjoy on Charix, the Penny Pincher ($40- $100)

7 months ago

Flow of Ideas is great card draw in mono-blue. Slinn Voda, the Rising Deep is also a Whelming Wave (although it's a creature and not a good polymorph target), and so is Scourge of Fleets . Volition Reins instead of Lay Claim unless you're super attached to the cycling. Budget options instead of Blightsteel Colossus are Ixidron , Scourge of Fleets , Colossus of Akros , Broodstar , Darksteel Juggernaut or Stormtide Leviathan .

ConsumingKiribo on Pirate LEGENDS

11 months ago

If you want a deck focusing on a shitton of treasure, I'd recommend putting in a really big creature that focuses on artifacts such as Darksteel Juggernaut. Though that's probably a thing I do a lot since my pet card is Consuming Aberration.

Another tactic is by making a really big spell. Make like a wizard in DnD and Fireball. However, your opponent is going to be at 40 life, and if you're playing against 3 others, 120 life total, so it'll take 124 treasure tokens to win. You're going to have to deal extra damage with your pirates. Can't do any bs combo like Channel Fireball.

Flagellum on Deck concept: indestructible

1 year ago

There's also Darksteel Juggernaut if you plan to run quite a few artifacts.

I made a Tajic, Blade of the Legion indestructible/Worldslayer equipment deck with all the wraths/MLD cards in Boros. I used all of the equipment tutors and their associated support cards like Brass Squire, ect. It worked great but wouldn't say super competitive but if you get a MLD card off usually it would win. The wraths were just the clear the board for a Worldslayer swing and it wouldn't matter which indestructible critter was equipped. His Battalion trigger wasn't too hard to activate with all the indestructible critters on the field. Inquisitor's Flail is very one-sided here. (Tajic and His Dolls to old deck: note not updated in 4 years with plenty I would change)

There's also Boros Reckoner, Mogg Maniac, Spitemare, Truefire Captain, Coalhauler Swine (though prohibitive cost) that can be used for some fun. Not indestructible by any means but act like mini Repercussions. Funny to use Inquisitor's Flail with.

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