Renata, Called to the Hunt
Legendary Enchantment Creature — Demigod
Renata's power is equal to your devotion to green. (Each in the mana costs of permanents you control counts toward your devotion to green.)
Each other creature you control enters the battlefield with an additional +1/+1 counter on it.
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- Jiang Yanggu, Wildcrafter + Renata, Called to the Hunt
- Ivy Lane Denizen + Renata, Called to the Hunt
- Renata, Called to the Hunt + Viscera Seer + Woodfall Primus
- Carrion Feeder + Renata, Called to the Hunt + Woodfall Primus
- Blasting Station + Renata, Called to the Hunt + Woodfall Primus
- Altar of Dementia + Renata, Called to the Hunt + Woodfall Primus
- Phyrexian Altar + Renata, Called to the Hunt + Woodfall Primus
- Ashnod's Altar + Renata, Called to the Hunt + Woodfall Primus
- Puppeteer Clique + Renata, Called to the Hunt + Viscera Seer
- Carrion Feeder + Puppeteer Clique + Renata, Called to the Hunt
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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Renata, Called to the Hunt Discussion
5 days ago
People have always strived for something bigger. Something bigger. Some Johnnies of the world never wanted their Arcum Dagsson to be just one color, the resident Timmies always thirsted for an Omnath, Locus of Rage that wasn't confined to just Gruul. Or at least, I did. This strategy of having a bunch of tutors used to be very shaky, because half your deck would be recursion, tutors, and reanimation to keep your pseudo-general alive. Luckily, with the printing of Sisay, Weatherlight Captain, you have a legendary tutor in the command zone, and now, you only have to dedicate about 5 slots to finding your commander. The rest is up to you!
Personally, the commander I've wanted to try this on has been the face of Grixis Herself, Marchesa, the Black Rose (sorry, Lord of Tresserhorn). You get a ridiculous amount by adding Selesnya. You get enter the battlefield and death triggers like no other: Guardian Project, Stonehorn Dignitary, and my personal favorite, Gutter Grime. You get amazing ramp, like Sakura-Tribe Elder and Viridian Emissary, and the best sac outlet in the game, Fanatical Devotion.
But there's one thing I haven't talked about: Rhythm of the Wild and friends (Grumgully, the Generous, Renata, Called to the Hunt, Good-Fortune Unicorn, etc) . These cards are broken, leading to pseudo-infinites, locking your opponents out of their combat steps forever, invincible boardstates, hundreds of tokens per turn cycle, etc. So, what do you think? Do you have any commanders that could use this treatment? Any suggestions for cards for this deck? Well, thanks for sitting through this ramble, and as always, Happy Tapping!
1 week ago
1 week ago
+1 my dude! @your reddit post,
More lands imo. Also more big ramp... seems like Vorinclex is a big target for removal, so ramping up to 15+ mana a turn seems like the way to go.
I think the biggest problem is that you're splitting themes and trying to jam infect. A lot of seemingly powerful cards don't have synergy with the rest of the deck. Only ~12 cards directly create +1/+1 counters. So (eg.) Hardened Scales really does nothing.
...Cut incidental Infect:
-1Phyrexian Swarmlord... I love this card but, even when you're all in on infect it isn't that good...
(I think the other infect cards with 5+ power as soft, 2-card combos with your commmander are viable).
...Cut fatties with no evasion:
-1Rampaging Baloths... incidental 4/4s aren't worthwhile
-1Ulvenwald Hydra... no synergy
1 month ago
1 month ago
As for The Great Henge, The Ozolith, Heroic Intervention, Hardened Scales, Doubling Season, Branching Evolution and so many other spicey - yet pricey - cards, please keep the description of the deck in mind. This deck is going to be a budget build to be an entry in a Secret Santa type thing. My playgroups' gentleman's agreement is ~30,00€/$40.00 maximum - plus cards that sit in our binders which we don't mind giving away.
Also, the deck's supposed to be played in a low powered pod, which we would score 3-4/10 by our metrics. The easiest way to do that is have most cards either fit the counters theme or one of the subthemes such as fighting instead of being generically good. Meaning, cards like Inspiring Call and Sporeback Troll fit a lot better than Heroic Intervention, Wrap in Vigor, Lightning Greaves, Swiftfoot Boots and the likes.
I still have Tuskguard Captain and Bramblewood Paragon in a box somewhere. I might add them as extras. For the moment i think Champion of Lambholt, Gnarlid Colony and Pridemalkin should be plenty to enable hits.
I'm quite sure Longshot Squad is one of those boxes, too. It'll have to be an extra for now, since i won't know if the deck's even facing flyers until all Secret Santas are revealed. Nice catch though!
Hydra's Growth and Increasing Savagery have been on my mind as well, yet they fit Mowu, Loyal Companion so much better than the other interchangable commanders. Going wide and wild with counters is a lot more entertaining than just going big. Same goes for Managorger Hydra. Sure it's straight forward, but something like Forgotten Ancient can enable a variety of things - at half the price.
As for Yorvo, Lord of Garenbrig, there are only so few creatures that would trigger his second ability reliably at the moment: Bloodspore Thrinax, Renata, Called to the Hunt, Verdurous Gearhulk and Vigor. If i would be looking for creatures that do something similar to his first ability i'd propably consider Ivy Lane Denizen for its flexibility instead.
Anyhow, thanks again for your kind words and suggestions!
ps. MapPsycho thanks for your flattering words as well! :)
2 months ago
2 months ago
I'll add to this to even further clarify. If you have out something like Renata, Called to the Hunt, then creatures enter WITH an additional counter. Because they are entering with a counter, effects that look at power/toughness see them having increased power/toughness. Cloudfin Raptor will see the creature having increased power/toughness - similarly, Terror of the Peaks will do more damage. However, in your situation, the abilities in question (Evolve and Graft) look at the creature as it entered the battlefield. You can reorder the triggered abilities on the stack any way you want, but it wouldn't matter because it won't change the power and toughness Invisible Stalker had as it entered the battlefield. Had you had you something like Renata, it would have been a different story.
3 months ago
That’s one of the things that I love about commander! Even the most insignificant legends can be turned into awesome decks. I have a Renata, Called to the Hunt (That one demigod from TBD that people forgot about) edh deck which can kill with an infinite pretty consistently. One of my favorite things is to take sub-par commanders and turn them into sweet decks. It makes the win feel much more satisfying than winning with a tier 1 commander. (Also if you want to see the Renata deck it is on my profile or here:
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