Krond the Dawn-Clad


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Custom Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Planechase Anthology (PCA) Mythic Rare
Planechase 2012 Edition (PC2) Mythic Rare

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Krond the Dawn-Clad

Legendary Creature — Archon

Flying, vigilance

Whenever Krond the Dawn-Clad attacks, if it's enchanted, exile target permanent.

Krond the Dawn-Clad Discussion

BMHKain on

7 months ago


But, with the above comment finally mentioned, I still want to make some kind of revision of this deck so it can Dispose Animar, &... basically many others as well. I'd like an audience for suggestions...

...As I prepare another project as well; Selesnya based, but not in the form of Creature Mania like Rhys the Redeemed , or even Stax like Gaddock Teeg , crap like the pre-Mirrodin Legends, Voltron Nazahn, Revered Blacksmith, Tribal Sigarda, Heron's Grace , or just stuff that straight out sucks. Krond the Dawn-Clad . I also will not use Enchantress decks either. I just want something Different from . After this project is complete, I really want suggestions for a commander in that can do any of this, besides all that, but can still be different from all else the Conclave could've used in the first place. After all, All six Mana Symbols (Even Snow.) have a part of nature & are all capable of their own way of Progress, regardless of combination of mana. I'd still like some suggestions for this in the meanwhile though while handling more than just Animar, Soul of Elements ...

eliakimras on Estrid, the Masked

10 months ago

You may take out the less synergistic cards of your deck: Altered Ego, Hundred-Handed One, Krond the Dawn-Clad (it's really hard to make on curve in a 3-color deck without shock and fetchlands), Seedborn Muse (your deck only has 3 instant spells), Spear of Heliod (only destroy creatures that already dealt damage - you might be dead at that point). Since you have a 4-mana commander, I recommend Abundant Growth, Burgeoning, Wild Growth and Overgrowth instead of Dawn's Reflection to ramp into her. Estrid, the Masked will stick longer the sooner you cast her. You might also consider switching to Tuvasa the Sunlit to have Enchantress-like draw power available right from the command zone.

RomanNumeroDos on Lets speculate on the confirmed ...

1 year ago

Phaetion That's the same problem I had when I had Karametra, God of Harvests,Krond the Dawn-Clad,Mirri, Weatherlight Duelist enchantress deck.

Krond was the first cmdr in the spot, losely half auras half enchantments. I got frustrated on how greedy Krond is with her CMC color cost so I decided to switch.

Mirri was the second cmdr of the deck, mostly auras without vigilince. If I had a vigilence card, I would wait for Predatory Urge so I can use her as removal & tap her so I can use her effectively. As I played her more I lost alot of power without having any creature left ot enchant.

Karametra was the 3rd & final cmdr of the deck, mostly enchantment permanents on the board(hardly any auras), I cast as many enchantments as I could while protecting myself with Avacyn, Angel of Hope, Sigarda, Host of Herons and Shalai, Voice of Plenty. It usually came down to me top decking a Starfield of Nyx to win.

Tuvasa, the Sunlit gave me what I wanted in a enchantress commander. It beefs itself up with the amount of enchantments I have out on the field as well as giving me that extra card once a turn. Let's also not forget how big she/he gets with Enchanted Evening. He/she also let's me use the color blue to put in powerful blue enchantments in the deck without sacrificing the powerlevel of my previous deck. I also trough in some decent auras that let me swing in without him/her getting chump blocked. I have to test her/him out more but for the most part, Estrid is in there to protect cards like Serra's Sanctum, My cmdr & any other enchantment that valuable to the win con.

Last but not least, let's talk about the lockdown I improved upon. Sterling Grove + Privileged Position = Can't target my stuff + Aegis of the Gods = Can't target me or my jank + Avacyn, Angel of Hope = Rift me or Exile my entire board + Enchanted Evening = Rift, Exile the entire board or concede.

Sounds cocky but it wins games if people let my board get that dumb.

0ffensiveWombat on A Call for Help

2 years ago

If you like selesnya and bogles style enchanting, you might want a selesnya enchahtress deck with Krond the Dawn-Clad as your commander

babydaggers on Arcades Games *$50 Budget Enchantress*

2 years ago

Aloha, thanks for the shout out!

I have two decks that have strong enchantment focus, a Krond the Dawn-Clad and an Oloro, Ageless Ascetic. The Krond focuses on Auras, while the Oloro is more of a soft prison/detention deck. I think the Krond is more relevant:

Slanted and Enchanted

A few card suggestions:

hosshughes on

2 years ago

@synonimous_: Thanks for the kind words! I'd be happy to build you an enchantment deck but how about a different commander? Enchantments don't really play into Karametra's strengths. If you have your hopes set on Selesnya, might I suggest Asmira, Holy Avenger, Krond the Dawn-Clad or Sigarda, Host of Herons. If you don't care about color, you could also look at my decks: Srama Lama Ding Dong - Sram $40 Budget Voltron, Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger - Uril $40 Budget and Whoomp! Zur It Is - Zur $40 Budget Enchantments.

Madhava on Kethis & the Persisters

2 years ago

It's probably a nostalgia thing, but fatties with vigilance have always made me want to try to bring back the Meekstone. I was considering Krond the Dawn-Clad for this... but there's already someone else in my regular EDH group who always runs GW enchantresses.

Ghave's sacrifice mechanic probably makes him the most ideal general for everything this deck is trying to do. He's a bit overplayed, I think. It's understandable; he is really strong. I just grew tired of seeing him.

I didn't want to use Karador or Teneb, because my only other EDH deck is very graveyard dependent. So, no fun for me if someone else only ever plays graveyard hate, like...

I do love fat Anafenza. She had been my Abzan general of choice for a while, but she had no synergy with anything else happening in this deck (at the time)... plus, her graveyard hate made her a target.

I'm enjoying playing Daghatar. He's easy to cast, & easy for other players to overlook. People tend to forget that he steals +1/+1 counters from opponents' creatures. Not the most reliable way to prolong a persist creature... but really funny when it happens!

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