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- Blade of Selves + End-Raze Forerunners
- End-Raze Forerunners + Ilharg, the Raze-Boar
- Deadeye Navigator + End-Raze Forerunners
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
Creature — Boar
Vigilance, trample, haste
When End-Raze Forerunners enters the battlefield, other creatures you control get +2/+2 and gain vigilance and trample until end of turn.
MusicGoat18 on G/R Werewolves
2 months ago
This is more for modern elves, but maybe you can run a Craterhoof Behemoth or two (putting them out through Howlpack Piper Flip). I think it would be a good win condition. End-Raze Forerunners is a great budget version.
birder444 on Zaxara high power, non-competitive
7 months ago
Hi! New user here. I really like this deck. Zaxara is my main squeeze ATM and I'm trying to optimize her. I've got a couple questions/comments: - I'm assuming End-Raze Forerunners is just a budget Craterhoof Behemoth? - How has Nissa, Steward of Elements been for you? It's on my maybe list. - I took Mistcutter Hydra out of my list. Protection from blue didn't seem good enough to add when my board was already full of x/x hydras. - What do you generally look to copy with Altered Ego? I prefer Entrancing Melody since it lets me potentially steal someone's commander and Spark Double if I want to copy mine. - I love the Thornbite Staff addition! Just ordered that piece for my deck.
Overall, a very cool deck. Thanks for sharing!
Housegheist on Golgari Elves (Commander/EDH)
9 months ago
Maybe you can get some inspiration with my golgari elves deck. It‘s fast af and if not stopped early enough, it will overrun. Often a boardwipe is not enough, because it can rebuild fast.
Golgaris spiked-ear hordes
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At first glance Beastmaster Ascension, Kindred Summons, Return of the Wildspeaker, Elvish Warmaster and Realmwalker could be some nice additions in your deck.
End-Raze Forerunners as a budget Craterhoof finisher.
You have 38 lands (+1MDFC), thereof 8 that come into play tapped + 1 come into play tapped if the conditions aren’t met (and the mdfc). That are way to high numbers, the tapped and the total. I would cut up to 4-5 tapped lands and swap them for spells.
In addition, the coloured mana is mostly green… so swapping 3 Swamps for forests could smooth out your mana-base.
Guerric on Lathril's Relentless Elves
1 year ago
Sorry to keep making suggestions, but I have a friend playing Lathril, and I have been thinking a ton about this. I hope you don't mind and I didn't give you more than you bargained for!
9) Card Draw- Vanquisher's Banner, Lifecrafter's Bestiary, Realmwalker, Path of Discovery (to get you lands and pump your stuff), and Descendants' Path are all good options. Most of these are fairly affordable to.
10) Tutors- has alllll the tutors. Some are wicked expensive in real world money like Green Sun's Zenith, Demonic Tutor, and Finale of Devastation. Natural Order, Elvish Harbinger, and Grim Tutor are mid-range in budget, the first of which is a good way to cheat out End-Raze Forerunners (which I think you should keep, unless you feel like shelling out for Craterhoof Behemoth). Other tutors are inexpensive, like Scheming Symmetry and Time of Need. Also, don't neglect Pyre of Heroes, which is a budget powerhouse for any tribal deck. Seriously, it's broken, and costs 90 cents.
11) Protecting your stuff and your board- Heroic Intervention and Wrap in Vigor. These protect your best pieces when you need them to.
Obviously these are a lot of options. Just pick what you like for your budget level and overall fit.
ChaosClaws on Yarok, the Desecrated
1 year ago
Lord_of_Cardboard I'm pretty sure sideboard is incldued in the cost, so ignore that. I never pay attention to the tappedout price because it's usually inaccurate and averages the price of a card based on all its printings. Don't worry about a land base, given it's very easy nowadays to budget one efficiently. In a deck based around ETB, it's very easy to budget. If there's a card that's a little pricey, like Craterhoof Behemoth, there are budget alternatives. While landing a hoof with two triggers nearly always ends the game, using a similar card like Decimator of the Provinces or End-Raze Forerunners works just fine. Even just using EDHrec and filtering the most popular cards to be cheap will give you a better idea of what other people do to budget their lists. Do what you can to ensure you have a consistent mana base, a way to ensure your mana base stays efficient with cards like Farseek or even Skyshroud Claim, a decent amount of removal (preferably in the form of ETB from cards like Reclamation Sage and Ravenous Chupacabra), and having ETB effects on nearly every creature or even every permanent in your deck. In my opinion, if you were to buy a nicer card or two for this deck above the $10 range, Birds of Paradise is a must-have mana dork in a multicolor deck, and Field of the Dead will give you an insane amount of creatures with little to no effort. Keep in mind this list is based around Birthing Pod, so that card and the others like it are a bare necessity. If you want to push your list more towards blink or landfall, by all means, go crazy. This is just my iteration of a very popular and flexible commander.
seshiro_of_the_orochi on CombatStars
1 year ago
I could go all day.
edeedsy on Lathril
1 year ago
Scytec thank you for the ideas. End-Raze Forerunners is already in there, and some of the other suggestions are already in my collection.
Scytec on Lathril
1 year ago
Some extra cards to consider include Triumph of the Hordes, Elves of Deep Shadow, Copperhorn Scout, Seedborn Muse, Elvish Harbinger, End-Raze Forerunners would be a super budget Craterhoof though no where near as good either...does give your creatures trample though, Allosaurus Shepherd is stupid expensive, but insanely good because it makes your green elves uncounterable and can give you a huge bump in power as well, Fauna Shaman, Chord of Calling, Harvest Season, Overwhelming Stampede, Beastmaster Ascension, Doubling Season and Parallel Lives are both very expensive as well, but double the number of tokens you produce, and Tyvar Kell. Feel free to ask my why to any of these, they just seem solid for the combat elves strategy, not all of them necessarily belong in your list, just some options to consider. some of them are very expensive, i think i mentioned that with each though...
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