Kiora, the Crashing Wave

Kiora, the Crashing Wave

Planeswalker — Kiora

+1: Until your next turn, prevent all damage that would be dealt to and dealt by target permanent an opponent controls.

-1: Draw a card. You may play an additional land this turn.

-5: You get an emblem with "At the beginning of your end step, put a 9/9 blue Kraken creature token onto the battlefield."

Kiora, the Crashing Wave Discussion

Nacht on Jormungandr Tightens His Grip

1 month ago

Maskwood Nexus, Paradox Haze, Kiora, the Crashing Wave, Spark Double, Second Harvest and Realmwalker are all decent options, should you choose or find particular cards underperform, but not necessary. Solid deck overall!

Ravenrose on Aesi, Go Fetch Me Koma?

4 months ago

Agent 00-KOMA! XD

Sorry had to make the joke. As an apology, here are my suggestions: Tatyova, Benthic Druid , Kiora, the Crashing Wave , Migration Path and maybe a Vivien planeswalker but I do not known off the top of my head which one would be best!

miracleHat on Personal Kruphix Ramp Draw

9 months ago

1: There are many weaker card choices. Not having access (or getting over time) is obviously apart of the collection-building aspect of the game; but your decks should avoid the weak cards that are not on theme. Focus on including cards that actively help or are benefited by your theme of heavy ramp with a secondary set of heavy draw. Cards such as Fblthp, Gurmag Drowner, Silumgar Sorcerer, and jace, are primary examples.

2: Finding cards that fit both themes: draw and ramp, is relatively easy and will increase the adaptability and efficiency of the deck. Commander's Sphere is the obvious example currently in the deck. Potential additions (that you should be able to more easily acquire) include Edge of Autumn, Explore, Krosan Tusker, and Seer's Sundial. Harder to get pieces would be Kiora, the Crashing Wave, Aesi, Tyrant of Gyre Strait.

3: This deck has 2 duplicates. Heir of the Wilds and Primal Empathy.

4: Having lots of mana is only useful it's spent casting scary game-winning threats. Threats you may not be aware of that might be fun for you to playtest: Soramaro, First to Dream, Prime Speaker Zegana, and Clockwork Dragon. The first and last cards specifically benefit from the amount of colorless mana you will generate with your general.

abby315 on What's your favorite card?

10 months ago

sergiodelrio That's probably a better way to die than how most of my prerelease opponents did: I was so new to the game that I couldn't do combat math at all, so I sat on a board full of 10/10 reach, flying, vigilance, lifelinking etc. etc. Outlast creatures until I was sure that I had at least 60 damage. It was pretty pathetic and I'm surprised more people didn't scoop.

I did get Kiora, the Crashing Wave ulted once as a result, but I still won...

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