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- If steel overseer's ability is on the stack and it is destroyed does the ability remain on the stack if it still having legal targets?
- Sacrifice Arcbound Ravager
- Does a creature returning from exile have summoning sickness?
- Enduring Renewal's "put into your graveyard from the battlefield" trigger when infinitely comboing out.
Artifact Creature — Construct
3 weeks ago
Phyrexian Walker, Ornithopter, and Memnite are all 0-cost artifact creatures that add to your artifact count and decrease Urza's cost for free. Thoughtcast and Thought Monitor are strong as well, plus Broodstar.
1 month ago
This is indeed a very funny affinity deck. I can help here, friend. (:
Mystic Forge is going to give you pretty much as much freedom with playing stuff as you want. Unless you hit a land, that is. Taking out Gingerbrute and Aether Spellbomb for two of these is probably all you'll need.
Mycosynth Golem is going to make everything absurdly cheap.
I also think that you should replace Welding Jar, Shadowspear, and Gingerbrute either wil three copies of Welding Jar or three copies of Shadowspear, putting three copies of the other into your sideboard.
3 months ago
Hexapod Lurrus is specially fun to build in EDH, mainliy because you can include lots of different cards that work whith she and end building very different decks... similar to decks like Meren, for example. You know, you can go to the top obvius cards or experiment with strange ones.
Still have to make an article for this deck. In my case, the main combos are these:
(And maybe some other combo that I don't remember now or that combine pieces of the already mentioned)
As you can see, some of them aren't the most efficient combos, just liked them and I designed the deck for not so competitive enviroment.
Enduring Renewal is awesome card! If I get one in the future I'll include it and it's combos here for sure, thanks!
3 months ago
I picked up 4 foil Memnite this week, so stoked!! I decided to dropout a couple of the Rograkh, Son of Rohgahh and the other X casting cost creatures. I'm Hoping it will play a bit more seamlessly now??? SlippyMinaj how is your build coming along?
6 months ago
@Agieryna Apologies for taking so long to reply! I play edh less frequently these days, so I didn't have enough reps with my new Yuriko list to get back to you until now.
Starting with the ninjas, I've been very impressed by Moon-Circuit Hacker and Prosperous Thief; They have powerful combat damage triggers and cheap ninjutsu costs. I've also been liking Inkrise Infiltrator and Thousand-Faced Shadow which are easy to hard cast and evasive. I ended up cutting Dokuchi Silencer because I often didn't have a creature I wanted to discard, and if there is a problematic creature on board I'd rather just use a removal spell. I also found Nashi, Moon Sage's Scion pretty underwhelming, but I think it's reasonable to include if you play it with the Enter the Infinite/Thassa's Oracle combo.
I've also been pleased with Memnite and Phyrexian Walker. I didn't play them before because they don't have any evasion, but the tempo advantage they provide is so much higher than a 1-mana enabler that they're worth including. Network Disruptor has been amazing: A 1/1 flyer that also taps down a blocker is really powerful.
As for the evasion package, Cover of Darkness is much stronger than it used to be due to the higher number of playable ninjas, same goes for Wonder. And like you mentioned, Entomb is strictly for grabbing Wonder. I haven't run into the situation where I don't have a target for Entomb yet, but that's something you sign up for when you play a tutor that has only one good target.
I think that covers most of the new changes, let me know if you have any other questions/comments!
7 months ago
@ McToters Thank you for checking out my list and taking the time to comment! Most of the time the goal of my list is to find a loop utilizing Teshar that goes infinite as soon as possible. Example (1) Teshar + Myr Retriever + Ashnod's Altar + Memnite. Example (2) Teshar + Lion's Eye Diamond + Salvage Scout. These are only a few examples of many as the deck gets its consistency by running numerous redundant effects.
I don't often sac my entire board. But I have sometimes sacrificed most of the artifacts I control in response to another player casting Dockside Extortionist.
I do think Second Sunrise is a fantastic card in a casual Teshar list where the goal isn't to combo out as soon as possible but to create value engine and win in the long run.
8 months ago
If you have zero-cost or uncosted permanents like Memnite, Mox Amber, Asmoranomardicadaistinaculdacar, etc, they don't add anything, so you could theoretically get all seven cards if you flipped the right ones.