Renata, Called to the Hunt
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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Planechase Legal
Pre-release Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

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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Master_J on Laser Beams

1 month ago

OUT: Restoration Angel, Brawn, Ion Storm, Mindless Automaton, Flamerush Rider

IN: Taurean Mauler, Renata, Called to the Hunt, Hardened Scales, Keen Sense, Doomskar Warrior

Cutting out some more chaff for some more consistent counter production and some other utility.

Between these and the changes I made yesterday, I should test this out in a group before I change too much more.

proterran98 on Counters!

6 months ago

I play a Squire. I have Renata, Called to the Hunt, Master Chef (with my commander in play), The Great Henge, Good-Fortune Unicorn, and a Hardened Scales are all in play. How many counters does squire get?

SaberTech on An Open Palm Counter-Strike

10 months ago

Mikaeus, the Lunarch might have a little more synergy with your deck than Victory's Envoy since you can keep making him into a bigger beater with Bright-Palm and you can use his tap abilities more often alongside Drumbellower.

And since you don't seem to be avoiding infinite combos, Scurry Oak and Herd Baloth combo with Cathars' Crusade can produce as many tokens as you want. You could also swap out either Renata, Called to the Hunt or Good-Fortune Unicorn for a Ivy Lane Denizen, which can also combo with the Oak and Baloth.

If you don't want to add more infinite combos to the deck but still want some strong plays, it might be worth checking out Iridescent Hornbeetle. It can produce a very strong board very quickly in conjunction with Cathars' Crusade or Mikaeus, the Lunarch.

Neotrup on Paying X=0 with cost reduction …

1 year ago

If you cast Stonecoil Serpent with X=0 it will enter with 0 +1/+1 counters (unless another effect like Renata, Called to the Hunt makes it enter with a counter). Even though Umori, the Collector lets you pay when you choose x=1, it does not prevent you from choosing x=0. You cannot choose a value less than 0 for X.

Turu on Renata, Called to the Hunt …

1 year ago


I was playing an EDH game in local game store, when a guy that was playing Renata, Called to the Hunt played Raised by Giants and we did not know how it works exactly. And in that matter, how does Raised by Giants works with any other commander with "*" in its power or toughness like Ashaya, Soul of the Wild

Thank you for your answers

Coward_Token on Commander Legends: Battle for Baldur's …

1 year ago

TypicalTimmy: you mean Raised By Giants (commander is a 10/10) not Master Chef (commander is Renata, Called to the Hunt)

Epicurus on Power-4 Stompy Growth

2 years ago

I'm going to differ from the previous comment by suggesting that your mana curve is way too high. Honestly, I think that you need some low-cost stuff in there to keep you alive in the early game and maybe deal some damage well before you need 5 mana to cast anything.

Cards you might consider:

Obviously, you wouldn't be able to add all of these without overhauling the entire deck, but it gives you something to think about.

Cards that you might consider cutting to make room for some of this:

And then perhaps reduce the number of Gnarlback Rhino, Garruk's Uprising and Season of Growth to 2 each.

Just my thoughts. Cheers!

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