Artifact Creature — Juggernaut
When Leveler enters the battlefield, exile all the cards from your library.
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
- putting "on to the battlefield" on opponent's side
- Order of triggers when multiple permanents enter the battlefield and some die?
- Any special rules apply here?
- Can I sac Leveler to Arcum Dagsson before my Library exiles?
- If you create a copy of a spell that has an illegal target, must you pick a new target?
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1 hour ago
Besides Dreadnoughz, the hunted monsters Hunted Lammasu , Hunted Phantasm , Hunted Horror , Hunted Dragon and Hunted Troll propably are your best best, also Leveler and Eater of Days . If you want to protect the creatures, playing U for counter spells seems good. As Horror is the biggest beater for the least mana, maybe go UB? WUB would also be good if you don't want to spend the money on Orb.
1 month ago
This is cool! Im definitely going to be sure to add thought scour to my deck! You could add Leveler though. If you have a Jace, Wielder of Mysteries out or (If you add it) Laboratory Maniac the Leveler is basically a five mana win spell. Great deck!
1 month ago
Leveler Could be good in this deck but otherwise this is great!
2 months ago
If I cast Reiterate targeting an instant or sorcery spell, I have the opportunity to choose new targets for the copy.
Gatherer mentions on several pages with spells that copy instants/sorceries that, if there are no legal targets that I'm able to choose for the copied spell that I am putting onto the stack, then the target remains the same for the copied spell as it was for the original. (And then it'll fizzle on trying to resolve.)
But if I cast a copy spell targeting an opponent's Increasing Vengeance (which is targeting one of their own spells), and do have available new targets to choose from for the copy that I'm putting onto the stack, must I pick one of those targets for the copy? Or can I put the copy of Increasing Vengeance onto the stack without changing its targets, so that it'll fizzle when it goes to resolve?
For practical application, I'm actually asking this with regards to Replication Technique from the C21 Quandrix deck.
Demonstrate (When you cast this spell, you may copy it. If you do, choose an opponent to also copy it. Players may choose new targets for their copies.)
Create a token that's a copy of target permanent you control.
If my opponent controls a creature they want to copy and I control, IDK, a Leveler for some reason and no other creatures. They choose me to copy the spell. Must I make a copy of the Leveler or can I let the spell fizzle?
2 months ago
I would consider the classic infinite combos:
3 months ago
Thanks for the suggestions Lanzo493. I don't have copies of them, but I have Thassa's Oracle & Leveler as potential future additions if I wanted to go on a more definite combo-win route. I think I had considered Gyruda, Doom of Depths at one point, and might have it on a separate Maybe-list page. I think I left it out of this version of the deck to keep the CMC curve looking nice.
3 months ago
CasualFocusedEDH92 hey! Thanks for checking the deck out. I fell in love with the idea after making rhonas as my first edh deck. I got hooked.
I actually do have oketra built and it’s is a blast. I’ll probably have time to post it tomorrow. I’ve also got hazoret, just because they weren’t eternalized doesn’t mean they don’t deserve love too.
Anyways, I used to run the whole draw your library win package, along with Leveler , Enter the Infinite , and all that jazz, and honestly... it was just a little too easy to win. It didn’t feel like I had to do much. I guess it was a personal limitation I set to make the deck more fun to play. It is most certainly easier, and often times a less convoluted win con though, for sure.
4 months ago
Let Phage die with endless whispers in play
She returns to battlefield under opponent's control and triggers.
Also works with Leveler