Jedit Ojanen of Efrava

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Custom Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Commander 2017 (C17) Rare
Planar Chaos (PLC) Rare

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Tokens

Jedit Ojanen of Efrava

Legendary Creature — Cat Warrior

Forestwalk

Whenever Jedit Ojanen of Efrava attacks or blocks, put a 2/2 green Cat Warrior creature token with forestwalk into play.

Jedit Ojanen of Efrava Discussion

Ehsteve on Cat with a Gat

2 months ago

Some new updates of the deck:

The cuts:

The new hotness:

ultima333 on Catto Deck

4 months ago

Suggestions:

-- Divine Intervention - replace with a full wipe, rather than something that lets your opponent keep their best creature.

-- Relic Crush - replace with Sylvan Reclamation - exile is better, and can be cycled for a land if running short.

-- Leonin Arbiter - with the amount of searching you do, I'd re-think the search denial, as it hinders your own searching for lands too.

-- Jedit Ojanen of Efrava is just... not the greatest. He's pretty lackluster.

-- Curse of Vitality is very minor lifegain.

-- Nissa's Pilgrimage could be replaced with Kodama's Reach or Skyshroud Claim

You have an awful lot of slow lands, that come in tapped. Canopy Vista is pretty much strictly better than a Guildgate.

--Move Mirari's Wake to the main board. You should always run that. Same with Swords to Plowshares which is strictly better than Condemn. Aura Shards should likewise go into the main deck.

Soul's Majesty should be replaced with Rishkar's Expertise - it's one mana more, but can't be countered by killing the target, and it lets you cast something in your hand (even if it's not one of the things you drew).

I find Hunter's Prowess is outclassed by its uncommon counterpart, Hunter's Insight - it lacks the +3/+3, but the instant speed means you can just choose any unblocked creature, your opponents not getting the ability to block the target more to deny you cards. Also, it's 2 mana cheaper.

I'd try to find a slot for Rancor - it's a recurring way to grant trample, and +2/0 for one mana is sweet.

Lightning Greaves has screwed you over so many times in our games. Consider Swiftfoot Boots instead? The two differences are it costs mana to equip, at the trade-off of you can still target the creature later on without opening a vulnerability window with re-equip/etc, or locking you out of targeting it if it's your only creature.

Darth_Savage on Anointed Procession Deck with Cats

9 months ago

Why does everyone knock on Heroes' Reunion?

That is a fair question, let me try and answer it. In the beginning a very smart man called Richard Garfield created a game called Magic the Gathering. He wanted to have a dependable cycle of cards, something that showed each colour philosophy, as it was. He created the boon cycle, each card did something with the number 3: Lightning Bolt, Giant Growth, Ancestral Recall, Dark Ritual and Healing Salve. The game was in its infancy and this all seemed reasonable enough... Events prove otherwise. Healing Salve is by far the worst of the 5 cards, Ancestral Recall and Dark Ritual are downright broken, Lightning Bolt is too strong for standard, Giant Growth is fair. So why is everyone down on Heroes' Reunion, it can't even prevent 7 damage, it's a less useful Healing Salve.

"Bolt the bird", is a phrase nearly as old as Magic itself, what it means is that you can't rely on your ramp creature surviving past the turn you play it. If it's a choice between killing Birds of Paradise and Sacred Cat any experienced player kills the bird.

Ramp isn't a reason to use inefficient cards, Fleecemane Lion is the perfect card to use with ramp, you can play it as an early threat, then make it a near irremovable beast once it's monstrous. The same is true of Adorned Pouncer, but If I wanted to abuse Anointed Procession, I'd also run Honored Hydra and Advent of the Wurm too, building a Procession deck, not a tribal cat one. On a similar note, most of the time you play Qasali Ambusher for free and Qasali Pridemage is a removal spell on a body...

Jedit Ojanen of Efrava and Nacatl War-Pride are big and creates tokens, I wouldn't use them, but if they appeal to you, the options do exists...

hejtmane on Bant Token Help

1 year ago

Sorry for some reason I fat fingered deck and not the card for pride sovereign Pride Sovereign

Here are tons of examples

Captain's Claws Sigiled Sword of Valeron Moonsilver Spear

Kemba, Kha RegentBrimaz, King of Oreskos Jedit Ojanen of Efrava

Plains Walker examples Elspeth, Knight-Errant Elspeth, Sun's Champion Nahiri, the Lithomancer

I would also look at adding these cards on anything token base Parallel Lives Anointed Procession

Ph3nykz on Najeela, the Blade-Blossom

1 year ago

Might I also suggest Jedit Ojanen of Efrava, Aven Wind Guide, Brighthearth Banneret, and Grand Warlord Radha. Some of the fun warrior card that are relatively cheap (under a dollar each I believe) that might add a fun twist to the deck if you get them out.

I'm also really concerned about you mana base. It seems the deck might be a little blue mana starved, which might be a problem.

ERoss8 on Warriors are back in town

1 year ago

I agree with not loving the triple green for Jedit Ojanen of Efrava. Personally, I’d replace him with Archetype of Aggression (more trample on a 3/2 body with some maybe relevant text) or Arashin Foremost (decent body that makes your best warrior better)

Dranx on Krolse Kat

1 year ago

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