Primevals' Glorious Rebirth
(You may cast a legendary sorcery only if you control a legendary creature or planeswalker.)
Return all legendary permanent cards from your graveyard to the battlefield.
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
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Primevals' Glorious Rebirth Discussion
2 weeks ago
I like this idea, but the main reason I'm commenting is because of you mentioning Primevals' Glorious Rebirth and Garruk, Apex Predator in a list of presumably "illegal" cards--those are both perfectly legal EDH cards, last time I checked ;)
2 weeks ago
Thanks to the work of tiffanyann for this idea.
We often talk about "Rule 0"; What your deck does, what it's power level is, who your Commander is, if there are any infinite combos, etc.
But sometimes, Rule 0 is to ask the table if using an Unset Commander is okay. If using a Legendary Enchantment or Artifact or Planeswalker in the Command Zone is okay. If running Gisela, the Broken Blade Meld Partnered with Bruna, the Fading Light Meld is okay. Other examples are Stitcher Geralf and Ghoulcaller Gisa as Partners, or Hans Eriksson and Saffi Eriksdotter. Maybe you want to run Sword of Dungeons & Dragons in your D&D themed set. Maybe you want to run Surgeon General Commander. But there's more; Sometimes you want to play with a banned card. Maybe you have this killer Griselbrand build and want to see if it can withstand three opponents.
Rule 0 is important. It doesn't often "require" its own hub, but there are times when it could be useful. And, if the community accepts it as a unique hub, it could also open up more creativity because it pushes up against the boundaries of the RC.
After all, as long as your table is okay with it, then it's fine. If your table is fine with you running Iona, Shield of Emeria or Primevals' Glorious Rebirth, Garruk, Apex Predator or Grimlock, Dinobot Leader Flip then there is absolutely no reason why you can't or shouldn't be able to. All of these are not legal for use as Commanders within the Command Zone, but if your table is okay with it, then suddenly they are. Similarly, Iona and Grimlock can't be in the deck, even in the +99. If your table is okay with it, then it's fine.
Similarly, sometimes players build decks that run non-legendary creatures as Commanders. One very popular build is Shaman of the Great Hunt, and to a lesser extent Brutal Hordechief. In fact, one of the most popular decks on this site itself would be classified as Rule 0: Dune: He Who Can Destroy a Thing, Controls a Thing, by FenIsABasicSwamp.
So with that said, I propose Rule 0 as a hub. Since we need to be able to describe it in one or two short sentences;
- "There are many rules to EDH. Rule 0 decks ask the table beforehand if it is okay to run silver-bordered cards, banned cards or cards that would otherwise be 'illegal' in the Command Zone."
1 month ago
Old Gnawbone << Scourge of the Throne Love Scourge but he never goes off because the deck is already hitting peoples life total so he usually never gets played. Probably take out Dryad of the Ilysian Grove for something.... Idk yet but when it hits me It'll get replaced. May look into some grave retrieval like Primevals' Glorious Rebirth or soemthing smaller in value for these cards I wanna replace. Could possibly put some ramp in or possibly another dragon, like Drakuseth, Maw of Flames.
1 month ago
How is Dragon Arch even a card?! Haha, how amazing.
A friend of mine suggested Primevals' Glorious Rebirth for my own Ur-Dragon deck, and it looks like you have about 13 reasons to potentially include it as well, especially with Scion of the Ur-Dragon in play.
And I'm not sure it make sense with your build, but Minion of the Mighty is really fun.
Again, great list! Gave me some ideas for my own deck.
2 months ago
Thanks Ravenrose! Dragons are just SO GOOD. I love them.
Where Ancients Tread is a really amazing enchantment. I think I have it in three of my decks! Though it would do well in here, I don't want to include it in all my stompy decks, lest it become a staple (I've got a thing against auto-includes LOL). Wild Pair on the other hand would be even better! So many dragons are 4/4, so it fits really well. I don't anticipate it remaining on the board long, but hot dang is it going in the deck.
I took out Bladewing the Risen for some lesser dragon and felt bad about it, so he may go back in. Lathliss, Dragon Queen is also a great suggestion. She'll have to watch her butt calling herself "queen" when Tiamat is on the field though.
Thanks a lot for all the tips! Much appreciated!
2 months ago
Wild Pair could be a good addition to the deck! Primevals' Glorious Rebirth is a decent recursion spell for a dragon deck with a lot of legendary dragons. All in all, I love Tiamat and this deck looks solid.
2 months ago
Yaaaay!! Another dragon deck! I have a couple of suggestions you might like for the deck: Where Ancients Tread and Wild Pair . As for dragons, Bladewing the Risen and Lathliss, Dragon Queen could be decent. Primevals' Glorious Rebirth and Living Death are decent recursion spells.
2 months ago
I see your pondering in the description and I'll clear it up - you can only run one copy of a given card, the double-sided cards don't circumvent that rule. The way double-faced cards work, aside from the stack and the battlefield, double-sided cards only have the properties of their front face (so if you have the double-faced Rowan/Will in your deck, it only counts as Rowan since she is the front face). This means that you can't run the front-face Rowan and the back-face Will as separate cards in your library, you can only run one copy of the double-face card and then choose to cast it as either side when in your hand. This also means that the new Tibalt has to be run in the 99 with the properties of Valki: you can cast it from your hand as the Tibalt side, but in the library it is only a creature and cannot be tutored out by planeswalker tutors since its front side is just a creature.
In addition, there are a few cards I greatly recommend. Atraxa, Praetors' Voiceis almost a must-have in a 5-color Superfriends deck for her passive proliferation and deathtouch/flying making her a formidable attack deterrent. Kykar, Wind's Furyis another great creature for a Superfriends deck because he makes flying blockers whenever you cast your walkers. Primevals' Glorious Rebirthis a card that can return all of your fallen walkers (and any other legendary permanents) straight to the battlefield for reuse. And finally, Flux Channeleris another fantastic proliferation outlet that triggers naturally with your deck's goal of casting walkers (and is a lower-CMC alternative to Inexorable Tidewhich is only better in a more creature-heavy deck).