Rhox Faithmender

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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
Historic Brawl Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Rhox Faithmender

Creature — Rhino Monk


If you would gain life, you gain twice that much life instead.

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legendofa on Commander recomendation thread

4 months ago

Rhox Faithmender, not Rhox Meditant, for the stall card example.

wallisface on Modern Vampire/lifelink

4 months ago

MotelWifi just to explain why these cards you've mentioned aren't particularly good choices:

  • Merciless Eviction costs a LOT of mana, but as you're a creature deck, isn't good at-all for removing creatures (as it also removes your own). As your opponent won't ever have more than one planeswalker in play (its rare to ever see two), so mana-wise it's much worse than just using Vindicate.

  • White Sun's Twilight again requires a LOT of mana to do anything. With 22 lands you can't rely on drawing more than 4 over the course of a game - which would mean only being able to cast this where X=2, making it do almost nothing. Generally any combos you try pulling-off need to have the vast majority of the cards costing very-low mana, so that you can assemble the pieces easily - requiring both Rhox Faithmender and Sanguine Bond is going to be using a lot of late-game turns, and will likely mean the game is over before you can combine these cards.

  • Sorin, Lord of Innistrad is a good card, but you're only running a single copy, so there is no chance at all of reliably playing it in any given game (if most games last until turn 5-6, which is common for modern, you're only seeing it once in every 5ish games).

If you're planning on building the deck around Sorin, Lord of Innistrad, then I think you want to go down the heavy-interaction route. Sorin has the ability to win the game on his own if given enough time, so you just want your deck to be packed with spells that kill-off your opponents board and waste time, so that Sorin can get as much time to gain incremental value. But also, if you're building a deck around a card, you really need 4-of that card in the deck.

MotelWifi on Modern Vampire/lifelink

4 months ago

wallisface So I would like to try and explain my thought process between these cards in the deck. I had Merciless Eviction as a destroy creature planes walker obviously burt as I was looking there are better options. White Sun's Twilight was in there because I was going to combo that with Rhox Faithmender and Sanguine Bond. The whole deck was pretty much just built on pulling the 1/1 from Sorin, Lord of Innistrad as small attacks for health and defense and then use the other three cards as the win condition. I hope that makes sense though I understand what youre saying with the whole better creatures and cheaper mana which yea Merciless Evictionis a pretty pricey card when there is better destroy creatures cards out there.

Azoth2099 on [KFC] Kaalia Friended Chickens

5 months ago


Hey dude, Happy New Year! Hope you're 2024 started in a great way.

I'm stoked that you found a more personalized build that you really love, man! Let's talk about it.

If you're big on Bolas's Citadel, pairing it with Sensei's Divining Top & Aetherflux Reservoir seems natural to me but if you don't want to run combos I understand lol. The Reservoir is also just an awesome value piece here, though. I was really surprised to not see Angel of Destiny in the list, though! More ways to use your life as a resource like Ad Nauseam or Defiler of Faith might be worth considering here too. You're gaining so much life here, I might even consider crazy stuff like Plunge into Darkness, Peer into the Abyss & Spoils of the Vault if you're feeling froggy like that.

I can't remember if I saw Boon Reflection & Rhox Faithmender in the list, but...they exist too lol.

Good hearing from you!

GarryFloof on The Life Lock

10 months ago

I recommend giving a creature lifelink or using one that already has it (Rhox Faithmender is probably best, maybe with Shadowspear attached), attacking or blocking, gaining that much life, (or more with Rhox Faithmender) and putting that many +1/+1 counters directly back into the lifelink. (Cradle of Vitality)

GarryFloof on The Life Lock

10 months ago

This is by far the most I have worked on any of my tapped out decks. And there's a reason. Now, magic players sometimes wish they could just have a deck that could gain so much life, that they can counter any attack just by taking the hits. But of course, not so good that it's going to cost 450+ dollars. This deck is below 300 dollars, and leans into a strategy I call "The Life Lock," to gain enough life. Instead of gaining bulk life, The Life Lock is a different perspective that instead prevents other players from dealing as much damage. (While of course gaining a ton of life) Cards like Soul Warden and Cradle of Vitality, or maybe some Rhox Faithmender will keep your opponents on their toes, and always question whether their creatures are actually worth it. Feel free to edit this deck on your own, adding more protection, more lifegain, or more +1/+1 counters to make this deck as fun for you to play as it is to me.

Journeytodiscoverychannel on The Big Eleventy-One

11 months ago

Tainted Sigil and Children of Korlis make great with Pain's Reward If you have Rhox Faithmender out you could easily get to 111 life by just bidding the difference, between current life and 111, then gain double the amount you bid and draw 4 cards too.

Journeytodiscoverychannel on Queza Go Brrrrrrrrrrrrrr

1 year ago

Ad Nauseam would be a good one

Paradox Haze will give you 4 draws when paired with Kami of the Crescent Moon

Fate Unraveler and Font of Mythos let’s you benefit from giving other players additional upkeeps

Rhox Faithmender groups well with Children of Korlis and Ad Nauseam

Crawlspace would be good to slow down incoming attacks on top of Propaganda and Ghostly Prison

Using Sanguine Bond or Vito, Thorn of the Dusk Rose you could double up damage, paired with Rhox Faithmender and Children of Korlis that could be game.

Just some suggestions! Started building mine today and figured I’d check out what other people were building with Queza.

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