Kenrith's Transformation

Kenrith's Transformation

Enchantment — Aura

Enchant creature

When Kenrith's Transformation enters the battlefield, draw a card.

Enchanted creature loses all abilities and is a green Elk creature with base power and toughness 3/3. (It loses all other card types and creature types.)

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Brawl Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Pre-release Legal
Standard Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal
Standard Legal

Kenrith's Transformation occurrence in decks from the last year

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Kenrith's Transformation Discussion

Mechanon on Tuvasa needs direction ***please help***

1 day ago

Looks like a fun deck. Voltron is definitely one way you could go. Tuvasa already gets buffed by each enchantment, so maybe adding more enchantments you could stack onto her or that would benefit her. Garruk's Uprising , Hyena Umbra , or Rousing Read to name a few. I would suggest Pacifism instead of Temporal Isolation , just in case you enchant a creature that has effects when it attacks, even if it's doing no damage. Kenrith's Transformation is also a nice enchantment.

Polaris on Pithing needle against Phyexian Obliterator

2 days ago

There are a few ways around Phyrexian Obliterator 's ability, though Pithing Needle is not one. You could counter with something like Voidslime , though you'll have to do this every time. You could also remove the ability with a card like Kenrith's Transformation or Frogify .

Of course, the best way is to use Justice Strike and see if that makes them concede.

Kamerot on Om nom Trample

3 weeks ago

I've considered Arena before and might take a look at it again. Predator, Flagship is a little mana intensive. I know I run karn, but he exiles and I can usually get 2 activations most of the time. I've added in cards like Song of the Dryads and Kenrith's Transformation as psuedo removal to take care of pesky creatures. It forces my opponents to use their removal on those instead of my important creatures/enchantments.

NicodaPico on Fynn, Lord of Poison

3 weeks ago

card draw in green Beast Whisperer Shamanic Revelation Kenrith's Transformation Endless Atlas is good in a mono color deck, Key to the City is great for looting and also getting creatures through to get that poison in there. Snake Umbra for getting card draw while also protecting your commander. Keeper of Fables maybe seeing as you run alot of non human

Housegheist on gravetide reanimator

1 month ago

As i would have to cut a card from the ones you mentioned, i would cut Forbidden Alchemy before Zulaport Cutthroat before Titans' Nest . Forbidden alchemy seems the less valueable card. It's flashback-cost is way to high. Zulaport Cutthroat seems to have not so much in common with your gameplan. I could be more efficient if you swap it with more synergie. Haven't played with Titan's Nest yet, but it seems pretty slow, even if it grants you kind of ramp.

Other suggestions to cut because they either are to slow or better options available: Oblivion Stone , Kenrith's Transformation , Omen of the Sea , The Eldest Reborn

Maybe you should consider using Malakir Rebirth Flip for cutting a basic swamp

smilodex on Best Commanders in EDH [Tier List]

1 month ago

@Commander_JAR: Casual can also be a way of thinking in EDH (social contract etc. but that's a topic for a whole other discussion) and this is about the power level of the commanders, their associated decks, their place in the current metagame and the possibility of comparing the commanders with each other. There are simply a lot of green commanders who are more effective because they are cheaper.

Like enpc mentioned right, Vorinclex isn't that bad, he's an all or nothing commander, but he's always painting a big target on himself. Even if he's coming down Turn 5. Every of his opponents will try to remove him. Path to Exile , Deadly Rollick , Slaughter Pact , Assassin's Trophy , Beast Within , Kenrith's Transformation and I didn't even mention counterspells are all cards which are played in almost every deck right now, so Vorinclex often doesn't even survive a turn cycle. After that he already costs 10 mana, which is often to slow. Vorinclex is way better in the 99 of reanimator decks, where you can through him into the graveyard and reanimate it with cards like Animate Dead .

Housegheist on Need help cutting cards for …

1 month ago

As i would have to cut a card from the ones you mentioned, i would cut Forbidden Alchemy before Zulaport Cutthroat before Titans' Nest . Forbidden alchemy seems the less valueable card. It's flashback-cost is way to high. Zulaport Cutthroat seems to have not so much in common with your gameplan. I could be more efficient if you swap it with more synergie. Haven't played with Titan's Nest yet, but it seems pretty slow, even if it grants you kind of ramp.

Other suggestions to cut because they either are to slow or better options available: Oblivion Stone , Kenrith's Transformation , Omen of the Sea , The Eldest Reborn

Maybe you should consider using Malakir Rebirth  Flip for cutting a basic swamp

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