Ghired, Conclave Exile
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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy 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
Oathbreaker Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Ghired, Conclave Exile

Legendary Creature — Human Shaman

When Ghired, Conclave Exile enters the battlefield, create a 4/4 green Rhino creature token with trample.

Whenever Ghired attacks, populate. The token enters the battlefield tapped and attacking. (To populate, create a token that's a copy of a creature token you control.)

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DemonDragonJ on Is Staff of Completion a …

4 days ago

What does everyone here think about Archivist? Four mana for a 1/1 creature with no protection is rather risky, but it requires no additional investment of mana, can be used as an instant, and can be used repeatedly, and benefits only its controller.

wallisface, what criteria should I use to search for those cards on Scryfall?

RiotRunner789, several of my decks could actually use Staff of Compleation, such as my Jenara, Asura of War EDH deck, my Marath, Will of the Wild *f-etch* EDH deck, and my Liesa, Shroud of Dusk EDH deck, all of which have sufficient amounts of lifegain to be able to pay the costs of the abilities of the staff and all of which could actually benefit from the proliferate ability. Unfortunately, my Liesa deck is the only deck of mine that can gain life reliably enough to justify the inclusion of Well of Lost Dreams, and I definitely like Idol of Oblivion, but the only deck of mine in which that card would be reliable is my Ghired, Conclave Exilefoil EDH deck, and I am not certain what card I would remove from that deck, to make room for the idol.

DarkKiridon, I am almost afraid to ask, but why do you dislike Otherworld Atlas?

DemonDragonJ on How Can I Put Baylen …

1 week ago

I absolutely must put Baylen, the haymaker into my Ghired, Conclave Exile EDH deck, but I am not certain which card I should remove to make room for him, so I would like to ask for advice on that subject.

Every creature in this deck is too good to remove, so I am contemplating replacing either Commander's Sphere or Temple Bell, since Baylen performs the same functions as them, with additional abilities.

Similarly, I must find a way to to put Glarb, calamity's augur into my The Mimeoplasm EDH deck, and I believe that Baleful Strix is the best candidate for replacement, since Glarb also has deathtouch; actually, I just noticed Glarb's ability specifies "spells with mana value 4 or greater," but I should have a sufficient number of spells that meet that criteria to justify putting Glarb into that deck.

What does everyone else say about this subject? How can I put Baylen and Glarb into my decks?

DemonDragonJ on Nature's Bounty

2 months ago

I have just made some major changes to this deck; for the first time ever, I have changed the general of this deck, replacing Uril, the Miststalker with Marath, Will of the Wild, because, while Uril was certainly an excellent general, it did not match the theme of this deck, which contained a mere six auras, whereas Marath does, and, upon making that change, I have decided to further emphasize this deck's theme of +1/+1 counters, specifically, by replacing Armadillo Cloak, Bear Umbra, Runes of the Deus, Scourge of the Nobilis, Shield of the Oversoul, and Snake Umbra with All Will Be One, Cathars' Crusade, Warleader's Call, Fertilid, Kalonian Hydra, and Steelbane Hydra; I had contemplated putting Forgotten Ancient in this deck, but I was not able to find space for it, and I also wish to minimize overlap with or similarities between this deck and my Atraxa, Praetors' Voice EDH deck, and, while this deck does not have quite as great of an emphasis on generating creature tokens as does my Ghired, Conclave Exile EDH deck, I still believe that it has a sufficient focus to justify the inclusion of Warleader's Call, which also has great synergy with Tamanoa. I also replaced Titanic Ultimatum with Pathbreaker Ibex, because the creature can use its ability repeatedly. I had considered putting Cabaretti Ascendancy into this deck, but I feel that this deck does not contain quite a sufficient number of creature cards to justify the inclusion of that card.

Overall, these changes reduced the average converted mana cost of this deck from 40.6 to 4.05, which is only a minimal change, but doing so also reduced the number of colored mana symbols in this deck, which is also a very good thing.

What does everyone else say about this? Do you believe that I did well with overhauling this deck?

DemonDragonJ on Should Color Pie Breaks Be …

3 months ago

legendofa, that makes sense, but I am glad that Hornet Queen exists, since I have a copy of her in my Ghired, Conclave Exile EDH deck.

Icbrgr on Fun Deck/Builds to try

4 months ago

I have had an absolute blast with Ghired, Conclave Exile.

I kinda just have a soft spot for in general but the mechanic of the commander is very fun to build around and is also very fun to play. I honestly don't win a lot of games but 7/10 at some point in the game I feel like i am the threat or have a big splashy play to create some fun board presence/combat shenanigans.

I have a pretty detailed deck description if you are interested (its listed in my profile page) but the super quick description is capitalizing on making lots of tokens/ETB value and takeing extra combat phases to crash in with big stompy creatures.

ramps very well and searches lands good so even when playing high Mana value spells it feels quick and feels feels great for Akroma's Will and removal and ties it together with haste and Breath of Fury effects.

legendofa on Murders at Karlov Manor

5 months ago

Another random passing thought: seems to have an oddly high presence around Ravnica, and the Selesnya Conclave in particular. Ghired, Conclave Exile, Kaust, Eyes of the Glade (I think), Voja, Jaws of the Conclave, and none of the other guilds have have this semi-third-color-ness. Probably doesn't mean anything, but I thought it was interesting.

DemonDragonJ on Why Do Recent Sacrifice Effects …

6 months ago

wallisface, last weekend, I was using my Ghired, Conclave Exile deck, and another player summoned Sheoldred  Flip, which forced me to sacrifice a non-token creature, despite the fact that I had numerous tokens at that time, which is the entire purpose for having tokens, to protect creatures that cannot be replaced as easily, which is also a valid tactic in real-world warfare; to have large numbers of easily disposable troops to protect the important people.

I feel that, by specifying "non-token" creatures in forced sacrifice effects, WotC is entirely nullifying the strategy of producing tokens; why would a player want to produce tokens if they cannot use them as cannon fodder?

DemonDragonJ on Crystal Ball or Sylvan Library?

7 months ago

I have a copy of Crystal Ball in my Ghired, Conclave Exile EDH deck, but I am considering replacing it with Sylvan Library, because scrying is excellent, but actually drawing cards is better in most situations, but I am not entirely certain about that decision, so I would like to ask the other users of this forum for advice.

Crystal Ball's ability can be used at any time, but it requires mana to use, whereas Sylvan Library's ability triggers only during it's controller's upkeep step, but it requires no additional mana to use, only life, which should not be a problem, for this deck, as the deck does contain at least some life gaining.

What does everyone else say about this? Should I replace Crystal Ball with Sylvan Library, or leave the former card in my Ghired deck?

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