Morophon, the Boundless
Legendary Creature — Shapeshifter
Changeling (This card is every creature type.)
As this enters the battlefield, choose a creature type.
Spells of the chosen type you cast cost less to cast. This effect reduces only the amount of coloured mana you pay.
Other creatures you control of the chosen type get +1/+1
|Have (3)||, PTsmitty , gildan_bladeborn|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
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Morophon, the Boundless Discussion
5 days ago
See, I ran Golos as my God Tribal Commander because of two reasons,
With Morophon, the Boundless, it was incredibly hard to function around. While it is true that Morophon makes the Gods cost WUBRG less, I am also left with needing to sort out powerful enough draw to ensure that I can dump my library asap. Plus, Morophon takes so long to get out that a very substantial portion of the deck must be dedicated toward land drops and ramp. What this meant is a massive swath of the deck was either colorless mana rocks or sorcery spells that fetch lands into play. Both of these, while seemingly wonderful ideas, come with the problem of not advancing Devotion. Meaning that it doesn't matter if I can drop 2 or 3 Gods in a turn; They aren't creatures and thus I am a sitting duck.
Sisay, Weatherlight Captain was an alternative choice, but I very much disliked how mechanical she became. You'd want to (and frankly, be forced to) search for Gods in a very specific manner in order to progress her Power. The issue here is that it became increasingly difficult to tutor for appropriate Gods, because their Devotion held them back. I am not a fan at all of decks that play one very specific way. I love the flexibility and chaos of having to struggle to win. That's why I don't play cEDH or what others might consider to be a true "combo" deck. Can I build them? Sure. Can I buy them? Yes. Will I derive any meaningful enjoyment from them? No, not really.
What Golos, Tireless Pilgrim allowed me to do is sink mana into him and wheel out Gods for free. It's better than Morophon because I get potentially 3 for the price of 1 and don't need to saturate my deck with draw. He's also better than Sisay because I get 3x the benefit without the hindering Power-condition. I also garner a third benefit from not feeling mechanical. Finally, I can have massive permanents that boost my Devotion incredibly quickly in the deck and, every so often, slam those into play out of nowhere. The deck became fluid, flexible and enjoyable. Would I always win? Oh no, absolutely not. But would I constantly have fun, each and every game? Absolutely.
And that's what matters most to me. I genuinely do not care if I lose; I care if I had fun. I can have a blast even if I am the first to lose, because if my deck did what it was designed to do and I made the table hate me, I got to play with a smile.
That's honestly why my username is what it is. I just want to play big, stupid spells and have giant mana dumps to do ignorant nonsense. It's a game and it shouldn't be taken so seriously. It's a place to relax, pull off some jank and have laughs.
I'd rather lose 3 out of 4 games and enjoy every second of it, than win 3 out of 4 games and go home infuriated that I lost one.
2 weeks ago
2 weeks ago
Specifically have Morophon, the Boundless on the field first. Then with Ramos on the field, cast Scion for free. Ramos gets 5 counters...which you can use to cast Dragonstorm. It's complicated but it works...for the most part.
3 weeks ago
Hey, nice version of Ur-Dragon, but this is not aggro, it's midrange. That's fine because you don't really want aggro in multiplayer Commander since it doesn't do enough when you have three or more opponents who each start with 40 life.
Four mana even with Ur-Dragon cost reduction for Dragons is the average amount of mana you'll spend to cast your first spell which is high. You also really want a ramp mana source in your opening hand and 10 ramp sources is not enough to consistently have one. You have lots of powerful tutors here as well as Tiamat which means you could reduce the Dragons to the best ones and cut the subpar ones which will speed up gameplay. Old Gnawbone + Hellkite Charger is a Dragon win condition combo for infinite attacks.
The better Dragons:
- Old Gnawbone
- Hellkite Charger
- Hellkite Tyrant
- Hellkite Courser
- Utvara Hellkite
- Terror of the Peaks
- Klauth, Unrivaled Ancient
- Dragonlord Ojutai
- Iymrith, Desert Doom
- Goldspan Dragon
- Karrthus, Tyrant of Jund
- Morophon, the Boundless
- Scalelord Reckoner
In the place of other Dragons because of the high budget consider adding more lower CMC support cards?
- Esper Sentinel
- Selvala, Heart of the Wilds
- Birds of Paradise
- Mystic Remora
- Rhystic Study
- Ignoble Hierarch
- Faeburrow Elder
- Dryad of the Ilysian Grove
- Defense of the Heart
- Fellwar Stone
Good luck with your deck.
3 weeks ago
Go check out my Boundless Dragons deck.
1 month ago
Dexamd, always good to hear from another Sliver player - we're a hivemind race after all. I've visited and re-visited this subject in the past so i'll just give you my tl;dr: within the context of this deck - Morophon, the Boundless is simply a win more card. If you are spending and not winning the game then that is a ton of mana used on one spell that is an attractive target for removal at best - and a waste of mana and an entire turn at worst.
Again, keep in mind the context of this deck - it is meant to be the most competitive build possible for Sliver Tribal. For A cmc spell to be included in this list it at the very least must guarantee a win upon cast.
1 month ago
Add Morophon, the Boundless it reduces all of your costs by wubrg to basically make your dragons free?