Dragonlord Ojutai

Dragonlord Ojutai

Legendary Creature — Elder Dragon

Flying

Dragonlord Ojutai has hexproof as long as it's untapped.

Whenever Dragonlord Ojutai deals combat damage to a player, look at the top three cards of your library. Put one of them into your hand and the rest on the bottom of your library in any order.

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

Dragonlord Ojutai Discussion

chrisiver on UWx Midrange!

2 weeks ago

Geist of Saint Traft decks used to be the jeskai/uw midrange decks of modern. I'd recommend trying something like that if you don't want to go down the full control path. Its good to see Dragonlord Ojutai he's one of my favorite cards.

multimedia on Dragon Emporium

2 months ago

Hey, well done with a high budget for Dragons.

Some cards to consider upgrading:

These upgrades range from $30 as the highest to less than $1, to give you many options. Smothering, Elder, Fist, Esika, Courser, Ventmaw and Goldspan all help to get Ur-Dragon faster. Dragons with effects to get Ur-Dragon faster are nice. Court of Bounty and The Prismatic Bridge are repeatable ways to cheat Dragons onto the battlefield for no mana cost.

Good luck with your deck.

multimedia on Rise of the Ur-Dragon

2 months ago

Hey, nice version of Ur-Dragon.

Court of Bounty is a new card that's good with Dragons and flying Dragons have the advantage of helping you to keep becoming the monarch. Consider adding some of the less expensive price creature tutors and an enchantment tutor? Dragonlord Ojutai repeatable Anticipate is also nice.

Because you have the Forest Triomes then land ramp spells that can search for a Forest are some upgrades and adding Ketria Triome would help.

Good luck with your deck.

multimedia on Ur-Dragon Meratnas

2 months ago

Hey, really well done on a budget. I presume you're Luiz Felipe Santarem?

Some budget upgrades to consider:

Good luck with your deck.

multimedia on Ur-Dragon CMDR

2 months ago

Hey, well done on a budget. Nice Ugin :)

Some upgrades to consider:

Good luck with your deck.

atingtdm on Kefnet Turbo Turns

5 months ago

DarthSeatb3lt This deck is modified from the owner's original Dragonlord Ojutai deck. My friend liked this land card so he kept it. In some cases, it can be used for political negotiations, such as untap someone else’s Gaea's Cradle.

Feiryn on Here there be DRAGONS!

7 months ago

Ah okay, I assumed the maybeboard were cards you were only looking at, my bad!

In that case you have a bunch of stuff that definitely could fit in the deck. For those three you mentioned Exploration is very good and can be slotted in over Rampant Growth, Canopy Vista/Smoldering Marsh can just be replaced by a Forest/Mountain, and definitely take a Sol Ring if you have a spare one.

As for others, here's the most notable you have on your maybeboard:

  • Asceticism
  • - If it resolves your dragons are almost invulnerable outside of stuff like deathtouch/boardwipes
  • Smothering Tithe
  • - Could help with ramp
  • Dragonlord Ojutai
  • - Great card advantage with hexproof half of the time
  • Glorybringer
  • - Might not be as strong as some other options but that exert can effectively be a removal spell every other turn
  • Nicol Bolas, the Ravager  Flip
  • - Great value all around and if you manage to transform him you basically win
  • Rishkar's Expertise
  • - Pricy but casting it will probably mean refilling your hand and getting a free dragon which covers its cost
  • Cyclonic Rift
  • - EDH staple and one of the best boardwipes in the format, wipes all of your opponents' creatures, artifacts, walkers, etc
  • Force of Vigor
  • - Pretty good removal that can be manaless
  • Teferi's Protection
  • - Protects your entire side from boardwipes

For boardwipes you already have Crux of Fate and Balefire Dragon. Throwing in Cyclonic Rift would definitely be a good choice. The issue with boardwipes in decks like these is that you don't want to reset your own boardstate, but that's why the three I mentioned are so good because they only affect the opponents. Cyclonic Rift also dodges indestructable as it's a bounce effect rather than a destroy.

In my opinion, counters are generally not very effective in decks like these. It's generally more effective to run cards like Rhythm of the Wild and Asceticism as they're not one-shots, while also having the side-benefit of opponents using their counters on your other opponents instead. If you wanted to pick up additional effects like those if counters/removal are rampant in your group, I personally like Steely Resolve and Conqueror's Flail.

I actually recommending cutting Deflecting Swat as you'll only rarely have your commander out. If you want one-shot defensive utility, Veil of Summer and Autumn's Veil are amazing for that.

If you want more spot removal, I definitely recommend picking up a Path to Exile. With it, Swords to Plowshares, and Anguished Unmaking you should be good for spot removal unless you wanted to splurge on an Assassin's Trophy.

I'm unsure about Ramos, Dragon Engine. Since you're in a more casual environment they might be okay, but unless you have something like Descendants' Path down they're not really worthwhile. If you're wanting to go out and buy a fairly expensive creature, by far the best purchase you could make is Kaalia of the Vast IMO.

Feiryn on Advertise your COMMANDER deck!

7 months ago

1empyrean Sending my thoughts over on your deck in just a moment!

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Hey everyone! I've finished up my first primer and I'm looking for feedback on both the deck and the primer itself. It's my favourite deck to play and I wanted to put a lot of time into presenting my own take on a fairly uncommon commander, my boy Dragonlord Ojutai!

As for the deck itself, it's a competitive control-stax hybrid that primarily focuses on using artifacts and enchantments to lock opponents out. Ojutai makes it a really fun deck to pilot because of his passives, as they give the deck a feel that's a lot more active than GAAIV and much less boring linear than Brago.

Thanks in advance to anyone who decides to check it out and give input, and any upvotes are always appreciated!

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