Rhys the Exiled

Rhys the Exiled

Legendary Creature — Elf Warrior

Whenever Rhys the Exiled attacks, you gain 1 life for each Elf you control.

, Sacrifice an Elf: Regenerate Rhys the Exiled.

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Rhys the Exiled Discussion

multimedia on GB Elves

3 months ago

Hey, nice version, some interesting card choices.

Sol Ring is still good here because Lathril is 4 CMC with two colorless. Rosethorn Acolyte art is neat, but consider replacing with Sol? Elves of Deep Shadow is another one drop mana Elf, but this one can make black mana to cast Lathril without needing black mana from a land. It could replace Kodama's Reach .

Quest for Renewal gives you a way to untap Lathril and Elves on each opponents turn. It can be a win condition with 10 Elves + Lathril. Quest could replace Rhys the Exiled . Because you have Overgrown Tomb and Woodland Chasm then Nature's Lore or Three Visits are an upgrade for Rampant Growth .

Llanowar Wastes is the Golgari Pain land, it could replace Foul Orchard . Twilight Mire is the Golgari Filter land, it could replace Jungle Hollow . Mire able to make with one green source is helpful with big green mana producing Elves.

Good luck with your deck.

rdean14 on Card creation challenge

5 months ago

Because I really don't like their take on Rhys the Exiled:

Rhys, the Exile

Legendary Creature - Elf Rogue

Deathtouch, Reach

: Destroy target Elf. Put a +1/+1 counter on Rhys, the Exile.

Whenever another Elf dies, put a -1/-1 counter on a non-Elf creature.

1/1


I'd like to see a Dragonlord Kolaghan for commander, or a Lutri, the Spellchaser for commander.

Unlife on Tutoring a new edh player

5 months ago

Yennett, Cryptic Sovereign-being able to play things for free, plus having some of the best colors for removal and countermagic

Rhys the Exiled-elf tribal for a lot of good creatures, plenty of removal and ramp options, plus options for tutors

Borborygmos Enraged-pack this with plenty of ramp, plus surprises like Defense of the Heart, Snake Umbra and Grafted Exoskeleton, and he will wreck both large and 1v1 games

RNR_Gaming on Elves of Rivendell

1 year ago

Well you cannot have Rhys the Exiled in your deck; it has an activated ability that costs black mana and it's not reminder text. So, you can replace that with Beast Whisperer

Retik on Freyalise -- Stompy Elves

1 year ago

Rhys the Exiled has a g/b identity and would need to be replaced for the deck to be legal.

legendofa on Since I can't access the …

1 year ago

I think we're more or less agreeing on the potential nuances of multicolor. My basic position is that multicolors can be defined just as well as single colors, and as more than the sum of their parent colors.

Helios is white. Elesh Norn is white. Ajani is white. They're all white, but they're the tortilla, sandwich bread, and pita of white. (Your choice for which one's which.) White includes fascism, military skill, order, and unity, but Ajani isn't exactly fascist, and Helios is more interested in making his champion than unifying everyone. I think we can agree on this.

All the colors, and their subsequent combinations, have a huge variety of potential nuances, but they're all distinct from each other, even between different amounts of coloredness. I don't see green/black as green + black, I see it as a unique collection of ideals, goals, beliefs, whatever I said up above.

Are all of these essentially green/black, as cards or characters?

Rhys the Exiled

Sapling of Colfenor

Nath of the Gilt-Leaf

Doran, the Siege Tower

I believe the character of Doran is unique in outlook from the others, and Rhys is green, with a black motivation, as well-represented by the cards.

Braingamer on Elfheim

2 years ago

Rhys the Redeemed can't be in the 99 because he has white in his color cost and I think Rhys the Exiled can't be either because he has black in his text box but I'm less sure about that one.

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