Sidar Kondo of Jamuraa
Legendary Creature — Human Knight
Flanking (Whenever a creature without flanking blocks this creature, the blocking creature gets -1/-1 until end of turn.)
Creatures your opponents control without flying or reach can't block creatures with power 2 or less.
Partner (You can have two commanders if both have partner.)
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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Sidar Kondo of Jamuraa Discussion
2 weeks ago
With their powers combined, my Zombies are unblockable and I an sac them for card advantage.
Needless to say, Stadium is now an alt-win of the deck
2 months ago
I completely understand style over synergy. In each of my decks, I have a single, immutable slot betaken to a selcouth or wacky card.
You may have noticed in my Illuna list that there is a single Temporal Aperture, which has been surprisingly good on occasion, despite being against most of the deck's entire strategy. (It gave me a Jin-Gitaxias once.) I also have a Moonring Mirror in Kumena, a Stillmoon Cavalier in Tymna and Sidar, a Cao Cao in Chainer, and more that needn't be mentioned.
Having Questing Beast as a pet card holds far more power than others, so follow what you enjoy.
3 months ago
I'll keep this short and to the point. I just got a Tevesh Szat and am looking to make a partner deck with him but I am stuck between 5 options. I don't want anything overly oppresive, but I want something that is a solid partner pair I can build off of on a fair budget.
My meta is casual/competitive usually in the 75% range. Example decks include: Glissa, the Traitor KCI, Golos, Tireless Pilgrim Consultation, Ramos, Dragon Engine charms/voltron, and Mizzix of the Izmagnus combo/storm.
Currently my ideas:
Sidar Kondo of Jamuraa: Only here for the colors, but would win through Blood Artist loops and have a reanimator subtheme. Maybe some sort of Ashnod's Altar infinite mana loop for a Walking Ballista win.
Dargo, the Shipwrecker: I've seen some combo lines for him and I'd probably just follow those and go all in on comboing off.
Thanks for any responses.
EDIT: Fair budget means around $5-10 per card in my opinion.
5 months ago
Hellkite Courser: meh, paying 6 mana to just temporarily get out your commander and then being left with a french vanilla creature is pretty underwhelming for a mythic
Dawnglade Regent: similarly, too expensive for the benefit
Akroma, Vision of Ixidor: kinda meh for the cost and the rarity, especially with Sakashima fresh in mind. Still, get out Odric, Lunarch Marshal and team of keyworders for +13/+13 all round (and and extra +1/+1 for Akroma and her partner)
Akroma's Will: imo too expensive to reliably work as a wrath answer, although attacking with an unblockable doublestriking team with vigilance can probably let you safely take out one player
Miarna, Thorn of the Glade: whew, how is this uncommon more exciting? for 1 card is a fine rate. Anyway, as alluded to in the video you're all but forced to go for your partner; Kydele, Chosen of Kruphix is pretty cute while Sidar Kondo of Jamuraa gives you a bit more tribal range, although he's anti-synergetic with anthems
"Kwain, Curious Itinerant": Well that's kind of disappointing. It has no mechanical relationship with Archelos, Lagoon Mystic and a Howling Mine in the command zone doesn't excite me. Maybe I'm missing something?
Bell Borca, Spectral Sergeant: Meh yet again. Outpost Siege in the command zone isn't thrilling, even if it does make a bit more reliable
Court of Ire: I don't really see why this one has to be more expensive than the rest. Yes, it helps you retain the monarch and thus enables its own upkeep activation, but with three opponents, removing one creature isn't doing that much, and burning a single person for 17,5% of their life doesn't really compare cheating out a big creature with Court of Bounty.
Jared Carthalion, True Heir: Man this art is 80s as hell. Anyway, quite interesting design space and pushed cost without at all being overpowered.
5 months ago
Yea I'd look to replace the Piper whenever possible since it really only exists for drafting EDH. Sidar Kondo of Jamuraa is an option that would let you splash white and get you some nice evasion for your tokens, but waiting for Legends is probably a more budget friendly alternative. I'm really looking forward to it. :^)
Everything else looks solid to me. One thing I'd maybe look into is some form of stack interaction. You have plenty of stuff to protect Tana once she resolves, but if she doesn't get to hit the board, you're out your entire strategy. The odds of the control player at the table actually using a counter on Tana to begin with are probably pretty slim, but it doesn't hurt to be prepared. Pyroblast, Red Elemental Blast, Burnout, Autumn's Veil, Savage Summoning, and the already listed Vexing Shusher all come to mind.
Finally, I'm gonna recommend Cindervines again over one of the Seals you have just because it does stuff when you don't necessarily need the removal. Destiny Spinner would probably be nice in the main board, and Grasp of Fate is an admittedly less budget O Ring that lets you upset everyone at the table at once with. Probably not worth the extra money for such a small upgrade but I figured I'd mention it. :^)
Overall this looks really nice. Think it's gonna end up being the one you put to paper?
6 months ago
Ya know what, I respect the spirit of innovation. Johnnies of a feather flock together. Consider Tana, the Bloodsower and Sidar Kondo of Jamuraa or Bruse Tarl, Boorish Herder, as Samut's haste only applies to five of the token producers in your deck (the rest have haste or produce tokens during combat).