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|Commander: Rule 0
Legendary Creature — Elemental
Shroud (This permanent can't be the target of spells or abilities.)
Multani's power and toughness are each equal to the total number of cards in all players' hands.
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7 months ago
Make a card for the newest Multani
Card for reference
1 year ago
Really love the deck, had to click on it for the name alone lol.
Multani, Maro-Sorcerer can have crazy power in the graveyard, rarely less than 12 in my experience. Since it's ability defines it's power in the graveyard, you could use it as +1/+1 fodder for Mimeoplasm
In a similar vein, albeit more cheeky, you could have Mimeoplasm enter as a copy of Realm Seekers and have it enter with all those +1/+1 counters PLUS the other creature you're exiling, THEN search up a Rogue's Passage and now you're cooking with gas!
1 year ago
Life's Legacy is another way to draw stupid amounts of cards. Even though it's only a sorcery, I prefer this card to Momentous Fall because it's a lot cheaper to cast. You do lose out on the lifegain portion, though...
Monstrous Onslaught is basically a green board wipe for this kind of deck.
Finally, all of these recommendations come from a deck that I have for this last recommendation... Multani, Maro-Sorcerer. While it's on the Reserved List, it's not terribly expensive at the moment ($3-6) and is an incredible card with enough card draw support, which you clearly have! It can be a bit of a pain to keep track of his power/toughness but there was an episode of I Hate Your Deck on Youtube where Multani was played and they were basically like "We'll keep track of it when it matters" which can make things a lot easier.
If you're interested, the deck is here : Multani, Maro-Sorcerer - Growth Spiral (v1.6)
1 year ago
Jiang Yanggu, Wildcrafter is another +1/+1 counter piece that might work well here.
As for making the primer neater, you could separate your paragraphs into categories. It's the icon that looks like four horizontal lines in the bar above the text box. Between the exclamation point circle and the asterisk looking thing. They look like this -
You can rename them and can also add more categories by adding more panel blocks. I'd recommend making a new deck, setting it to private and then using it to test this out. Once you're satisfied with how it looks, you can come back to this deck and update it. If you're nervous about losing anything you have written here, just copy/paste the whole thing onto a text document on your computer. That way you can keep your current primer backed up.
Also, you can use brackets [] to designate card names.
1 year ago
This one might be kind of far out there but just hear me out... Multani, Maro-Sorcerer? If your group tends to have full hands more often than not, he could potentially deal out 20+ damage by being thrown. He also has Shroud, so he can't be hit with removal prior to the throw.
He is on the Reserved List, though, which is unfortunate. He currently sits at about $10-$12.
EDIT: I know you said that treasures aren't the main focus but what about Hellkite Tyrant?
1 year ago
I have decks for each of the Amonkhet gods (Bontu is the only one that's public), which all have pitiful EDHREC ranks. Like griffstick, I have a Multani, Maro-Sorcerer deck that's one of my favorites.
The commanders themselves may not be rare but the partner combinations of Tormod, the Desecrator/Esior, Wardwing Familiar and Sengir, the Dark Baron/Kediss, Emberclaw Familiar are also pretty low on the EDHREC rankings.
I've kind of been debating building a Jolrael, Empress of Beasts deck. Ramp like a madman, animate like 30 forests at once and swing away!
I love seeing decklists for almost any "rare" commander, though. I've seen more than enough Atraxa, Kenrith and Korvold lists to last me a while.
1 year ago
That's cool. I've never seen that cmdr built around that befor. And I've never seen that card befor. I feel there are just so many better options that that card gets put aside and forgotten about.
I've built 4 decks that I would consider having a unique cmdr. I can only share the decks of 2 of them with you today.
The first deck was built around Kiku, Night's Flower. Bring her out and holding the 4 mana up over your opponents head was a sweet tactic that caused your opponents to change what spells they are gonna play. So that was fun. That deck I built a while back and I can't share that with you.
The second unique cmdr I built around is Kagemaro, First to Suffer, similar to Kiku, holding a board wipe over peoples heads is a lil bit of a struggle for your opponents to play around. Because this deck is built to abuse board wipes its pretty fun for me. Not anybody else though. They all hate it. Nobody likes getting board wiped over and over again. Oh it's also a Demon tribal. That deck can be found right here
The third deck is built around Multani, Maro-Sorcerer, the original concept of the deck was to have every creature in the deck to have power and toughness greater than its casting cost. Also to have as many ways or drawing cards from casting creatures. That deck has evolved alot. You can see it here
The fourth and last unique cmdr I built a deck around is Michiko Konda, Truth Seeker. I built this deck to have tons of protection against removal. So naturally it was life gain, enchantments, and angel's with recursion built in. And a win condition that was Avacyn, Angel of Hope + Worldslayer. I don't have that deck on tapped out either. I still have this deck though.
I hope you enjoyed that and I'd also like to hear about some more unique decks and cmdr's
2 years ago
Another fun one was when I thought I had the game in the bag using my Multani, Maro-Sorcerer deck with an army of tokens and a huge hand (like 20+ cards). My brother buffed his creatures, played a Gruul Charm and snuck through and killed me. I wasn't even mad!