Magda, Brazen Outlaw

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Brawl Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 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
Vintage Legal

Magda, Brazen Outlaw

Legendary Creature — Dwarf Berserker

Other Dwarves you control get +1/+0.

Whenever a Dwarf you control becomes tapped, create a Treasure token.

Sacrifice five Treasures: Search your library for an artifact or Dragon card, put that card onto the battlefield, then shuffle your library.

wallisface on what is my purpose?

1 week ago

Some thoughts:

  • any deck running Asmo should be playing the full playset of both it and The Underworld Cookbook. I would suggest against stuff like Goblin Engineer to assemble these pieces as it’s slow and easy to disrupt. Same goes for the cat-cauldron combo, run a playset of both or none at all.

  • It definately feels like you’re doing waay too much here, and it’s going to cause your deck to function very clumsily. I would suggest ditching all of Old Gnawbone, Shimmer Dragon, Goldspan Dragon and Hellkite Tyrant (they’re all painfully expensive mana-wise, and none of them really do enough. Imo you need your payoffs to capitalise on what your deck is doing, like Sieve and Troll-King do… just run more of those), as well as Goblin Engineer (adds more moving parts to an already complicated archetype), Magda, Brazen Outlaw (again, adds more unnecessary clutter), Ignoble Hierarch (if you need more mana after the Goose, then your curve is too high. Also, your curve is too high), and Tireless Tracker (it’s not helping your gameplan in any way that’s meaningful).

  • i would also suggest ditching Chord of Calling - if you’re running mostly playsets, as you should be, this card becomes more clumsy in this deck than helpful. Something like Unearth will prove to be much more useful at keeping stuff on-board.

  • assuming you’re wanting Asmo to perform her best, you really need a playset of Ovalchase Daredevil to help profit from the discard triggers.

  • have you considered Chatterfang, Squirrel General? Might be useful seeing as you’re leaning quite heavily into green.

llamahero on Treasure Zoo

2 months ago

Infinite Combat #3: Hellkite Charger + Savage Ventmaw + Professional Face-Breaker, after first combat to get started

Infinite Combat #4: Hellkite Charger + Savage Ventmaw + an attacking Magda, Brazen Outlaw

Beebles on Malcolm, Siren of The Flying Dutchman | V-2X2

3 months ago

Hey there thenewlollipopjam, thanks for your questions.

In my latest update I wrote about most new treasure cards from New Capenna, including Rain of Riches. I am pretty split on that one. You can check my thoughts on all those cards there.

I’ve been asked about Galazeth Prismari before. It’s a cool card that does fit in the deck, but at the end of the day it’s basically half an Inspiring Statuary in this list (which is also a Magda, Brazen Outlaw target). Urza is another better card that does a similar thing. And since both of those cards are better in tapping our treasure for mana, I did not include Galazeth as a third worse option for that effect.

Seize the Spotlight is not a card that really excites me. At best it gives you 3 treasure, which does not compete with most of the other treasure makers in this list. I also have 0 synergies with the steal side of the card (for example, sacrifice outlets to sac the stolen creatures after swinging with them). So I don’t see enough synergy to include it here.

Same is true for Terror of the Peaks. I run only 19 creatures and 0 creature token makers in this list. So Terror of the peaks is just going to sit there on the battlefield and be pretty most of the time. There isn’t enough synergy here to warrant an include.

Hope these thoughts make sense. Again, thanks for reaching out!

1empyrean on Ragavan, Boatswain of the Dragon's Smile

3 months ago

Grafted Wargear can probably be cut for something. It gets the job done and has a 0 equip cost for if I dashed, but it really just lets you hit a little harder. Hero's Blade can be awkward, too, but it's nice when it works out.

I built the deck around having very few instants and sorceries, but I think a few more wouldn't hurt. As far as other things to add, that's up to you. You know your meta and can adjust to it as needed.

If playing competitively, you might want to add anything you can that makes sense for that environment, but I can't help you there.

There are a lot of odd synergies and combos here, so just keep that in mind. Playtest the deck a bunch to see how things usually play out without adding to it with opponent's cards. Make sure you know the tricks you can do with Avarice Totem. Learn what Magda, Brazen Outlaw needs to search for to end the game. I hope it works for you.

Azdranax on Mono Red infinite combos???

4 months ago

Magda, Brazen Outlaw is definitely the number one cEDH option right now for mono-red. It actually dominated the latest God of Commander tournament in Japan.

Alearin on Magda of the Maskwood [[Guide]] Updated for SNC

4 months ago

Saljen Thanks for the comment and up vote. I don't use Dragon's Approach because I don't have enough dragons to make it worth it and all the combos take up the room needed for the all of Dragon's Approach needed to make it work. I noticed you included Maskwood Nexus in your build as well. I assume for its ability to let Magda or Dragon's Approach search for any creature once it is on the battlefield.

All that said I could see it being a fun and good way to build the deck if you go way more dragon focused thank I did, since it becomes another Magda, Brazen Outlaw trigger for you while also pushing damage to players.

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