Creature — Elemental Incarnation
When this enters the battlefield, up to one target player puts all the cards from their graveyard on the bottom of their library in a random order.
Evoke—Exile a green card from your hand. (You may cast this for its evoke cost instead of paying its mana cost. If you do, this is sacrificed when this enters the battlefield.)
|Have (3)||, yuppits , gildan_bladeborn|
|Want (2)||jw560211_magic , AsyncSnowflake|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
Latest Decks as Commander
4 days ago
Endurance is also a combo protection. Let’s say we have the Greater Good combo and about to cast our wincon let’s say we’re casting Phyrexian Altar or Altar of Dementia and opponent has a way to disrupt us either with counterspell or artifact removal. What we do is cast Endurance for free, shuffling our graveyard to bottom of our library and “restart” greater good combo and repeat the wincon attempt.
We can also sacrifice Endurance to Greater Good before resolving ETB of Endurance so that it will be included in the shuffle.
4 days ago
Ohhh I actually really like that suggestion! If there's one thing this deck is lacking, it's graveyard protection. Endurance in particular looks pretty flexible too; it can hose the other graveyard decks at times.
5 days ago
Here’s another suggestion: Endurance, what it does is gives us a “free way” for another chance to execute “kill the table step” with a condition that the greater good combo is still intact.
1 month ago
As someone who piloted this deck since modern's inception, I think maindeck Endurance is great right now. Aside from the effect is good, and a flash threat while holding vines is good, you can surprise a player casting Fury by giving one's Pelt Collector's potentially 2 counters at instant speed, from endurance's ETB and death triggers, is fantastic
1 month ago
Alright, I know this is a deviation from the purpose of this thread, but I was actually kind of curious about this. I did a quick search on Gatherer looking at all cards with the words "exile" and "graveyard" in their rules text. Stipulations were that the card had to hit already existing graveyards (so that excludes cards like Leyline of the Void, but Rest in Peace is alright since it has an etb effect), if the card was multi-colored then I counted as one for each color in its color identity, I included offensive shuffle effects like Endurance, I included both targeted and mass graveyard hate, and I excluded cards that couldn't hit opponents (so like Zombie Assassin). Black clocks in in 1st place with a whopping 124 cards. White is in second with 38. Tied for 3rd place is Green and Colorless with 27 a piece. 4th is blue with 16. In last place is Red with 14. Obviously there are some flaws in my rankings here, but I never realized how skewed it was towards .
1 month ago
I think black actually has the most graveyard hate of all the colors. I'd have to check, but I am fairly certain that is the case. Either way, black and white have traditionally been the exile entire graveyard colors, with green having infrequent targeted graveyard hate. In fact, this is the first green iteration with that straight up exiles an opponent's entire graveyard (Endurance is the only other green card that has a similar effect). I definitely see the point that there isn't really a green element to Riveteers Charm. That being said, it seems like a pretty versatile card. All of these charms seem pretty good to be honest.
Gleeock, I haven't had a chance to look at any of the story yet, but that is interesting. It would have been cool if WotC chose to make Ob Nixilis the protagonist of the set instead of Vivian and/or Elspeth. I haven't been as plugged into the story these past few sets as I used to be, but I believe that it has been some time since WotC did a true villain protagonist (Lukka is close, but he and Nahiri are sort of portrayed as misguided heroes instead of villains). I think Nicol Bolas was the last true villain protagonist during Coreset 2019, and even that story was offset by Ugin's perspective.
1 month ago
Grubbernaut Best bet against Gitrog is generally exile effects and standard graveyard hate. Your Deathrite Shamans, Rest in Peaces, or even just an Endurance in a pinch. If you can exile the Eldrazi Shufflers the combo dies an agonizing death and they have to resort to creature beats.
3 months ago
I think the biggest thing this list is missing is actually Endurance. You can easily play one copy MB, put rest in side. Great against reanimator, delirium, mill, etc.