Earth Servant

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Legality

Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Vintage Legal

Earth Servant

Creature — Elemental

Earth Servant gets +0/+1 for each Mountain you control.

legendofa on Random New Deck

7 months ago

Could I offer an additional requirement? In addition to the random commander, add two random cards that work in that color identity and use them in a subtheme. This way, if someone hits Atraxa, Praetors' Voice or Kenrith, the Returned King or another popular commander, it's not quite so easy to just copy a deck.

I got Lovisa Coldeyes. The easy way to go here is Warrior tribal, with some interesting Barbarians and Berserkers to fill it out. Brighthearth Banneret, Kargan Intimidator, and Arni Brokenbrow will probably all find a home here. Give it some Viking thematic love and lean in hard to Ice Age, Coldsnap, and Kaldheim.

If I add two random cards, I got Extraplanar Lens and Trumpet Blast. Trumpet blast goes for go-wide aggro, so that's kind of where this deck wants to be. Lens could add a subtheme around ramp, but I'm going to go with Mountains matter and add Koth of the Hammer, Siege of Towers, and Earth Servant.

nathanielhebert on The Lavakin Brawlers — Elemental Tribal

1 year ago

Saccox: Thanks for the suggestions — very interesting!

The "core" of the group Lavakin Brawler / Earth Servant / Claws of Valakut , came from an old casual deck I built from my collection, and I've since been auditioning better elementals to help bolster the original troop.

I'd been leaning on Brighthearth Banneret for ramp, and initially, I had Soulbright Flamekin to provide trample, and thought his ability could produce infinite mana, but it didn't work in practise. The Runaway Steam-Kin seems like it could combo-out a string of mana in the way I was hoping Soulbright might.

I had overlooked Smokebraider too, thinking of her more for mana-fixing, but might have to try her out as well. Coal Stoker looks promising too — with a Brighthearth Banneret in play, he's essentially a "free cast", and I'm always looking to fill up the board to help out the Lavakin Brawler 's fists!

legendofa on Using Faction Names for Color …

1 year ago

For , is there any way to tie stone/rock into a unique focus? There are a lot of cards in that theme and color combination - Chained to the Rocks , Earth Servant , Nahiri, the Lithomancer , Calciderm , etc. It seems like a good place to develop, but I have to admit, I can't think of anything for this theme that isn't combat oriented.

In a game about combat, the two colors with a biggest focus on direct confrontation combine to make a set dedicated to direct confrontation in combat. They've gotten some other tricks with Outlaws' Merriment and Zenith Flare , but not much.

Here's a thought: self-sacrifice tricks. is willing to sacrifice itself for its community. is willing to sacrifice itself if it's exciting enough. I can envision a red-white card that says something like "Creatures you control have 'Sacrifice this creature: something something damage something protection from whatever.'" They have the small creatures to make it pay off. It might be moving into a little bit, but that's happened before, most obviously with Smiting Helix . To quote DemonDragonJ, what does everyone else say about this? How do you feel about getting self-sacrifice tricks as a unique non-combat ability?