Dragonlord's Servant

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper Duel Commander Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Pioneer Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

Dragonlord's Servant

Creature — Goblin Shaman

Dragon spells you cast cost less to cast.

Necramus on Miirym, Dragon Mommy

2 months ago

Atarka's Command, Tibalt, Rakish Instigator, and Leyline of Punishment are all good ways to keep your friend from gaining life from pinging you, then you can bonk him with dragons to the dome.

Orbs of Warding and Witchbane Orb are both excellent for giving you hexproof, making him unable to target you with his Commander's ability.

Three Visits and Farseek are great ramp spells that are pretty cheap that can replace some of your more expensive ramp. I'd also definitely advise picking up the Talisman of Unity in your maybe board.

You have a good density of creatures, in particular your dragons. I'd consider cutting some of the higher cost ones that have no immediate impact on the board to sub out for things like Old Gnawbone, Dragon Tempest, Dragonlord's Servant, Utvara Hellkite and Goldspan Dragon, though. These are things that help your gameplan (Dragon storm) and have immediate impact on the board. Some of those are kinda spensive, but #longtermgoals. Shared Animosity is also a nuts card in tribal decks.

Love,

Poppa Blake

TheOfficialCreator on Miirym, Dragon Mommy

2 months ago

Terror of the Peaks is awe-inspiring in Miirym. Pretty pricey though.

Other than that, Dragonlord's Servant, Atarka, World Render, Dragonlord Atarka, Tanazir Quandrix, and Rapacious Dragon seem like good fits as well.


As far as tips for dealing with Queza, what's the goal of the deck? What is it doing efficiently that you want to be able to combat?

Squee_Spirit_Guide on DragonForce - Through the Fire and Flames

5 months ago

Straight away, this is a deck I'd enjoy playing. I love how out of control it can get, and dragons are arguably the most nostalgic tribe in Magic, which is a big plus for me! Anyway, here's some thoughts that might be helpful as you continue testing. I'm not very knowledgeable when it comes to commander though, so take my suggestions with a pinch of salt :).

In any dragon deck, I like Zirilan of the Claw. He's a nice little tutor/sneak attack for dragons, and with the way you're set up to copy your dragons you should get at least one copy to hang around permanently. Along the lines of getting gragons out quickly, for cost reduction have you looked at Dragonspeaker Shaman or Dragonlord's Servant? I'm not sure if you're hurting in that area, but they might help if you are.

For the 'dragons or permanents that deal non-combat damage' category there's Bogardan Hellkite and Shivan Hellkite. Both are pretty high on the mana curve, but I like the repeatability of Shivan's ability and the copyability (sure, that's a word) of Bogardan's.

Interestingly, being in blue also gives you access to clones like Vesuvan Doppelganger, Phantasmal Image, and of course Clone. With the high number of legendary creatures they might not always have a target, but I think they would most of the time and it could really let you double up on tokens, triggers, and effects.

This is probably getting a little too cute, but Archwing Dragon and all its tokens would repeatedly trigger things like Impact Tremors. You wouldn't get to keep the tokens, but being able to cast a dragon every turn might have some value. Like I said, I'm probably stretching with that one.

Those are just some ideas I had when looking through the list. You'll know better from your testing if any of them have value, but I hope I at least mentioned a couple that are helpful :)

Decidares on Return Of The Ur-Dragon: A Budget Dragon Primer

6 months ago

Eldmoi Thank you! I'm looking forward to seeing how your dragon deck turns out.

I am aware of the Morophon and Fist of Suns combo, but I'm not that big of fan of Morophon in general, since it doesn't offer that meaningful of a discount for most dragons I am running. There are huge discounts for The Ur-Dragon and Scion of the Ur-Dragon, but I'm not sure I want to run Morophon as a really expensive mana dork just for them two and/or as a 1 to 3 mana discount (like Dragonspeaker Shaman/Dragonlord's Servant) for my other dragons. Fist of suns has insane synergy with Morophon, but it doesn't synergize as well with other dragons, especially since I'm trying to lower the overall CMC of the deck. Morophon and Fist of Suns is very powerful synergy, and I respect anyone's decision to include it, but I simply think it would fit better in a Tiamat combo build rather than a The Ur-Dragon build.

I did end up re-adding the fundamental artifacts (Arcane Signet, Fellwar Stone, Sol Ring) despite what I said in an earlier comment to ramp more quickly. 3 CMC artifacts really need to have a notable upside to justify running. The new CLB artifacts are interesting, but not as powerful as, say Orb of Dragonkind or Herald's Horn in my opinion, which I still am not running. They are still fun to use (and likely to be cheap), however, so I may add them to my Super Budget variant of this deck, especially since the Carnelian Orb of Dragonkind can be more flexible than Hammer of Purphoros.

legendofa on Intet's grand entry

6 months ago

Maybe some cost reduction effects like Dragonlord's Servant or Dragonspeaker Shaman, more ramp with Arbor Elf + Utopia Sprawl (+ Freed from the Real if you want to go infinite), or rituals like Seething Song or Vessel of Volatility could help.

Kazierts on Budget Izzet Dragons

9 months ago

Love to see people trying to brew dragons. They seem such a fun tribe but can be a bit too heavy to play.

Before I suggest something, I have to say I loved the idea of Call to the Kindred. It's probably a bit slow, but the idea of enchanting the smalller dragons to cheat bigger ones seems really fun.

Now, onto my suggestions.

  • I've both had friends who tried to build dragons and trying to build dragons myself. From these experiences, I can say, for sure, that Dragonlord's Servant is a trap. A much better option is Orb of Dragonkind. It does almost the same thing while allowing you to potentially splash one or two dragons that don't fit the color identity and can serve as a "tutor" for another dragon late game.
  • Dragonmaster Outcast, despite being capable of summoning a token, is more of a buildaround card. It's literally gonna take at least six turns for his effect to become, but seven for it to have a chance to activate. Since you already have Slumbering Dragon, I'd suggesting increasing it to three copies and cutting the Dragonmaster.
  • While I initially wanted to build a Dragon deck with in it because of Silumgar's Scorn, Counterspell is just better in every situation.
  • I don't know how it would affect your budget, but Shivan Reef would do wonders for this deck.
  • Pyroclasm is just better Cinderclasm.

If anything would increase your budget too much, let me know and I'll try to find better options.

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