Sphinx of the Guildpact
Artifact Creature — Sphinx
Sphinx of the Guildpact is all colours.
Hexproof from monocoloured (This creature can't be the target of monocoloured spells or abilities your opponents control.)
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
Sphinx of the Guildpact Discussion
1 year ago
Welcome back for another top ten at 6 cmc. Last time it was blue. This time its colorless. Only one more after this and that's gold.
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So the rules are to post a comment of a colorless card at 6 cmc and the people will upvote it. The cards with the most upvotes will get the # spot. I will update the top 10 list daily.
Your comment/comments should look something like this...
My favorite colorless card at 6 cmc is Brass Herald .
It shouldn't look like this.
My favorite card is this card and that card and also this card but I think this card is the best.
- If you want to submit multiple cards, comment multiple times. Only one card per submission.
- Upvote whatever cards you agree to be in the top ten.
- Dont be afraid to upvote multiple cards.
- You may make comments on other suggested cards and you may talk about the top cards list. But keep your card suggestions separate.
- X spells are excluded.
- You may tag friends to join the conversation/debate.
- Only colorless cards at 6 cmc will be considered for the top 10.
- unless its the legendary cmdr of the colorless deck. Cards like Transguild Courier and Sphinx of the Guildpact are not aloud in a colorless edh deck, so these cards and cards like it will not be considered for the list.
- Cards like Drowner of Hope will not be considered for the list.
- You may talk about other cards outside of colorless and outside of 6 cmc but they will not be considered for the top 10.
- Cards that have multiple colors on it or in it, will not be excepted. Including hybrid mana. Unless its cards like Ramos, Dragon Engine . Because they can be your cmdr. And they are indeed colorless. My rules
- Cards banned in edh will not be considered for the top 10.
- If the submitted card has the same amount of upvotes as another card. I will make a judgment call on witch one I feel deserves the higher spot in the top 10.
- S stands for super. For the 1 card that I chose to represent the best card that's banned in edh.
- If theres a draw. For instance. If a card has 5 upvotes, and another card has 5 upvotes, and one of them I have upvoted, and the other I have not upvoted. The card I have not upvoted counts as 5½ or 5.5 for those using the metric system.
Tappedout user results- sun, march 7th 2021
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Edhrec results- sun, march 7th 2021
- Caged Sun , In 20069 decks, 4% of 470216 decks
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- Ugin, the Ineffable , In 17285 decks, 4% of 470216 decks
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1 year ago
Win with Coalition Victory, but every land in your deck is nonbasic. You have to transform them with Spreading Seas, Song of the Dryads, Contaminated Ground, Celestial Dawn, and Blood Moon. Then have a Sphinx of the Guildpact or something.
1 year ago
I would drop Chaos Wand as it doesn't quite fit with the theme. Also Sol Ring is pretty much only used in commander or brawl. Sphinx of the Guildpact probably isn't worth it either. Hero's Blade needs more legendary creatures to be really useful.
Might want to check out Murderous Rider
1 year ago
If you wanted to add in some more "hexproof" creatures or just some cards that add another type of ability that Kathril will count for the total number of counters "put on a creature this way", you could add in Knight of Malice, Knight of Grace, Sphinx of the Guildpact, and Sporeweb Weaver. All of these different kinds of hexproof add a unique counter so if you had both knights in your graveyard when you cast Kathril, you'd get at least 3 counters. I thought hat was a pretty neat interaction that they only recently made a ruling for. Garruk's Harbinger also has hexproof from black and an ok card advantage ability, but is probably a little less appealing. Also, getting some graveyard tutors in here would go a long way. Even if its just Jarad's Orders and Final Parting. They would really help out with some consistency and help the deck run smoother and be more enjoyable to pilot.
1 year ago
I considered Scuttlemutt at first. It’s nice because it’s a lot cheaper than Sphinx of the Guildpact, but you can never actually activate it in time because there is no point prior to the beginning of your upkeep when you get priority.
Your permanents (creatures, artifacts, enchantments, planeswalkers) don’t have to be in the graveyard; they count toward the requirement if they’re on the battlefield (because the card says “and/or”). Your instants and sorceries will go to the graveyard when they are cast and count toward the requirement from there.
1 year ago
Creatures having a color is already something you can break in commander, though. You can use Painter's Servant naming in your Elesh Norn deck (not that you would in this case) to give all of your opponents protection from your creatures with Absolute Law.
Additionally, Transguild Courier and Sphinx of the Guildpact both get boosts that apply to color even with no changes to the current rules. The point isn't that "this card is x color" because we can already break that in commander. The reason they're banned is because of the rule that the mana symbol appears on the card. This is the same reason that Quenchable Fire can't be run in a mono-red deck despite nothing about the card being blue.
On the point of Gyruda, Doom of Depths I will say you're not entirely wrong here, but let's not forget that Wizards has been pushing color pies and power levels a LOT lately. So to that end I would defend the card pointing to limited blue reanimation effects like Back from the Brink or Body Double. Blue has limited ability to copy or create tokens of creatures in graveyards, so the fact that this latest one is extremely limited feels like it's pushing blue, but not entirely out of context. You can only reanimate something milled with its ETB effect and only if it has an even CMC. It's possible to entirely whif on this and not get anything to reanimate, unlike similar black effects that are more or less guaranteed to bring you back something from the graveyard.
2 years ago
To remove: Aggressive Mammoth, Byway Courier Chittering Witch, Footlight Fiend,Gluttonous Troll,Gruul Spellbreaker, Judith, the Scourge Diva,Keeper of Fables, Ogre Siegebreaker, Primordial Wurm, Rapacious Dragon, Rubblebelt Rioters, Sengir Vampire, Spark Reaper, Sphinx of the Guildpact, Spikewheel Acrobat, Vindictive Vampire, Woodland Champion, Zhur-Taa Goblin
To add: Eternal Witness,Squee, the Immortal,Zulaport Cutthroat, Vexing Shusher, Goblin Matron, Munitions Expert, Krenko, Mob Boss, Warteye Witch, Sling-Gang Lieutenant, Goblin Trashmaster, Putrid Goblin, Dockside Extortionist, Arasta of the Endless Web, Creakwood Liege,Dragonlair Spider, Viscera Seer, Ayara, First of Locthwain, Pitiless Plunderer, Poison-Tip Archer, Sidisi, Undead Vizier, Sheoldred, Whispering One, Deathrite Shaman
2 years ago
You are incorrect and are conflating two different, but related rules. It's a pretty easy mistake to make, but the distinction is quite important.
Here is the definition of color, which is what Happily Ever After checks:
105.2. An object can be one or more of the five colors, or it can be no color at all. An object is the color or colors of the mana symbols in its mana cost, regardless of the color of its frame. An object’s color or colors may also be defined by a color indicator or a characteristic-defining ability. See rule 202.2.
Golos has no colored mana symbols in its mana cost; it has no color indicator (the dot found next to the card type cards like Ancestral Vision ); it has no characteristic-defining ability (such as Sphinx of the Guildpact 's ability).
As such, the object that is Golos has no colors--it fails to meet any of the requirements for the card having a color.
Instead, you are think about color identity, which is defined by an entirely different rule:
903.4. The Commander variant uses color identity to determine what cards can be in a deck with a certain commander. The color identity of a card is the color or colors of any mana symbols in that card’s mana cost or rules text, plus any colors defined by its characteristic-defining abilities (see rule 604.3) or color indicator (see rule 204).