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.
|Have (2)||bigred2728 , CompleteWaste|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
Magda, Brazen Outlaw Discussion
5 days ago
Ramble Syr Carah is definitely a candidate for the Commander spot. Your explanation does make me feel like it's possible to go as low as 30 but it's going to take playtesting. I have also considered giving Plargg, Dean of Chaos Flip a chance at the helm. Magda, Brazen Outlaw is also at 2 cmc and great for cheating out Thrumming Stone, but the best Treasure support cards aren't worth their market price to me. Harnfel, Horn of Bounty avoids creature removal and that flexibility of Birgi feels relevant.
3 weeks ago
Aside from those 2, the treasures are generally helpful for playing interaction & removal when I need to, and playing stolen spells. I can also sac a bunch of treasures to Magda, Brazen Outlaw to tutor out Bolas's Citadel, Uba Mask, or Goldspan Dragon.
4 weeks ago
This is indeed a very interesting list, thanks for sharing. The Prosper deck I uploaded here isn't the one I actually build. But a pretty good card for Prosper is Magda, Brazen Outlaw. She becomes even better considering you included some dragons for Approach. Finally, Uba Mask is great for Prosper in general. Maybe try it?
1 month ago
Ahhh this is a cool take on T&K!
This pairing of commanders is really fun to me, the card draw makes everything feel so smooth, and I love seeing original brews for them. I don't know if this was something you missed, or don't want in your deck, but Magda, Brazen Outlaw would put in work for this deck!
1 month ago
Eli4JHawks11 Sure. I had put off writing the primer to make sure the deck was working the way I wanted it, then I just kinda didn't get around to it. A problem is that, to type everything out, it feels like locking it in and I have to have more reason to change something than that it just feels right.
Until I get around to it, here is a basic run down of how to pilot the deck:
Some situations make dashing every turn a good idea. Confusion in the Ranks being on the board is one of those situations. It's really down to what you are up against.
The big combo behind the scenes is Flamekin Herald plus casting Ragavan to cascade into Glimpse of Tomorrow. This should be done with a field full of tokens and other things to maximize value. If one of the cards you put into play is Confusion in the Ranks, its going to get a little weird. If you want to keep it simple, have all the things of each type swap with the same target. When the first one swaps, the rest targetting the same card fizzle so you won't swap those. There is a chance of landing one of the game ender combos, but if that doesn't happen, at least things got exciting. Also, note that you keep stuff you stolen from your opponents when you cast Glimpse of Tomorrow and they lose anything of yours they might have.
Game ending combos are Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker and either Port Razer or Coercive Recruiter, Magda, Brazen Outlaw with Maskwood Nexus (if it doesn't win immediately, it sets you up to win quickly), or Hellkite Tyrant and enough artifacts.
Ragavan should be doing voltron stuff for most of the game. Not very complicated.
So, in summary, play like it's voltron, steal stuff with Ragavan and other things, and if combos happen, they happen. I handed the deck to a beginner once and he did fine. Knowing all the small little interactions isn't going to make or break the deck.
1 month ago
I'd really hoped you combined these two after scrolling through the list, not finding Asmo or Gyome. Very cool!
2 months ago
2 months ago
Hi GrimlockVIII, these are all great suggestions thank you! In fact you’ve given me an idea for a new deck that commits to the d20 mechanic in full!
Your suggestions led me to dig into dwarf cards in standard and I have added two cards to the deck: Axgard Cavalry and Skullport Merchant which seem to be working well with Magda, Brazen Outlaw.
I agree, the price for Goldspan Dragon is bananas, but to be honest I’m not sold on that card as much as others seem to be and don’t plan on including it here. I think it serves a deck better as a midrange threat, not a finisher.
I’ll post the updates to this deck soon and will post a dedicated d20 budget deck soon too! Thanks again GrimlockVIII!