Deadeye Navigator

Deadeye Navigator

Creature — Spirit

Soulbond (You may pair this creature with another unpaired creature when either enters the battlefield. They remain paired for as long as you control both of them.)

As long as Deadeye Navigator is paired with another creature, both creatures have ": Exile this creature, then return it to the battlefield under your control."

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Deadeye Navigator Discussion

OdinPlaysGames on Niv-Mizzet Superfriend!

6 hours ago

Some options for flicker effects on Niv you could add include Deadeye Navigator, Thassa, Deep-Dwelling, Ephemerate. If nothing else, I would DEFINITELY add Brago, King Eternal. You can flicker your mana rocks and planeswalkers that you minus once per turn, which will allow you to pop off with multiple activations, even better if you get out your Doubling Season.

enpc on Best Commanders in EDH [Tier List]

3 days ago

Nonary27: Omnath, Locus of the Roil is both a card advantage source (in landfall effects) and can run either Food Chain lines or Peregrine Drake + Deadeye Navigator to abuse Omnath's ETB infinitely and just end the game.

As for Katilda, Dawnhart Prime, she makes other humans into mana dorks, but running a deck full of elf mana dorks does the same thing. Additionally you have to run huamns to get the effect, so chances are you're running a bunch of 1/2 mana humans so your can ramp with them but the majority of 1/2 mana human cards aren't good in commander. And there's not a huge number of good human token generators (there are some, but not like soldier tokens or saprolings) and at the end of the day there are plenty of other ways you can turn creatures into mana dorks without locking into a tribal strategy. Not to mention if she gets removed, all of your creatures revert back into not being mana dorks.

And then on top of all this, while she can pump your creatures, it a slow process and can't take advantage of untapping cards like Umbral Mantle the same way running a bunch of elf dorks like Priest of Titania can, where you cna actually combo off with them.

TypicalTimmy on Card creation challenge

1 month ago

Riot-Controller Gearhulk

Artifact Creature - Construct

Riot-Controller Gearhulk may attack and block if an opponent controls more creatures than you.

Whenever Riot-Controller Gearhulk attacks, if it is crewed it gains indestructible and must be blocked by each creature defending player controls if able.

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Exemplar Templar

Creature - Angel Knight

Flying, vigilance

Whenever Exemplar Templar deals combat damage to an opponent, you may instead prevent that damage. If you do, exile target creature they control with mana value equal to or less than the amount of combat damage prevented in this way.


Vow of the Holy Insurrection


Knights you control have protection from creatures who don't share a color with them.

I truly do love Gearhulks.

How about a Naya Soulbond creature. For reference, Deadeye Navigator has Soulbond.

Nockturnally on Tazri Allies

1 month ago

you might look into adding Maskwood Nexus and Deadeye Navigator

Deadeye navigator allows you to pair with Harabaz Druid and create infinite mana as long as you have Chasm Guide on the board.

MistaMint on Garth and Friends

2 months ago

Have a look at Garth's Brown Eye for a few good combos, including infinite mana, that garth can do.

I think the most important thing you could get yourself is a Deadeye Navigator

Dangerwillrobinson79 on This Breya deck is getting better

2 months ago

Thanks ElderCheese. I agree the high cmc artifacts are big drags in early gameplay. I love snapping them out of the graveyard with Goblin Welder and/or swapping them out of my hand with Master Transmuter or Quicksilver Amulet.
Deadeye Navigator would be a solid add. Appreciate the recommendation.

ElderCheese on This Breya deck is getting better

2 months ago

Do you want the deck to be combo heavy or just more efficent? The best way to make it run more smoothly is to lower the CMC under 3. If you are looking for comb there are a lot of options around Breya as she is a combo machine. I would recommend cutting Darksteel Colossus it is expensive and not as effective in multiplayer commander. Mycosynth Golem is super cool but if you drop your cmc lower it becomes unnecessary. Darksteel Forge is honestly a personal favorate but its expensive and defensive switch it out for a card that wins you the game. Deadeye Navigator can likely be powerful in this deck. also if you are feeling spicy and get your CMC down you could drop your lands to 35.

Scytec on Vela The Ninja-Clad

2 months ago

So, the fun thing about Vela is that she doesnt require anything to die to get the ping damage. So a combo for it would be Deadeye Navigator + Peregrine Drake. Target Drake with Navigators ability and you can continuously untap lands, tap all your lands, use two mana to activate the Navigators ability on Drake and eventually get infinite mana. That is nice, but what you care about with Vela is the fact that in order to generate infinite mana, you have to blink Drake infinite times. Everytime you do that with vela on the battlefield each opponent will lose one life, so you kill your opponents without ever needing to do anything else. There are many combos like that bounce/blink creatures on your battlefield. Many groups don't like infinite combo though, so you should discuss this with them before you include it to avoid the feel bads. One card that goes really well with Vela by itself is Rite of Replication if you kick it, it translates into 30 damage instantly to each opponent. Rite kicked targeting Vela will make 5 copies of Vela in addition to the original. All 5 will immediately need to be sacrificed due to the legendary rule not allowing you to have multiple copies of any legendary creature. 6 copies of Vela seeing 5 other copies of itself leaving means 30 damage gets assigned to each opponent. It is very mana intensive since the kicker is so expensive. Deadeye Navigator is really excellent because you can blink anything on your board for 2 mana. You can use it targeting Vela to save her from removal, or you could target itself and when it re-entered the battlefield you could choose a new creature to target with his soulbond ability. Anything with an "enters the battlefield" effect such as Mulldrifter, Baleful Strix, Gonti, Lord of Luxury, and Gary (Gray Merchant of Asphodel) you can repeatedly activate with Navigator by paying two mana, and you can always swap targets as well. Sorry for the novel. :p Let me know if you have and questions about anything i said. I am not the best at explaining myself, but i will do better if i need to. Haha.

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