The Great Henge

The Great Henge

Legendary Artifact

This spell costs less to cast, where X is the greatest power among creature you control.

: Gain . You gain 2 life.

Whenever a nontoken creature enters the battlefield under your control, put a +1/+1 counter on it and draw a card.

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Brawl Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Pre-release Legal
Standard Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

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The Great Henge Discussion

Coward_Token on Kogla Kong

2 weeks ago

(also, if you count The Great Henge & Ghalta, Primal Hunger as having MV 2 respectively 5 [due to Kogla's power], the deck's average MV drops down to 2.55 which isn't too shabby)

Pikobyte on Imoti

2 weeks ago

My deck can play like half the deck by turn 6-7, sometimes turn 5 and draw an additional 20-30 cards. Maybe take a look at my list. I can highly recommend cards like Ghalta, Primal Hunger , The Great Henge , Primeval Protector or Treasure Cruise . They reduce their own cost and still give you that big cascade trigger. Also Great Whale and Palinchron are nice. A free cascade trigger or with a card like Nyxbloom Ancient or Zendikar Resurgent they even produce mana. You should also try to fit a bit more ramp into the deck, so you can keep up with faster decks.

DadHumanPraetor on Utvara Hellkite (The Deck)

1 month ago

If you want to splash I think removing blue and running green to run Heroic Intervention or Veil of Summer in the sideboard would be better because you could play fast mana dorks like Birds of Paradise which would help you ramp and solve some of the problems you have in your mana base. And could even support a copy of The Great Henge lol. Or 1x Knollspine Dragon for a budget-ier version.

ijakobe on Walk in the Vastwood

1 month ago

I think Kodama of the East Tree ist a powerful card from Commander Legends.

You have a lot of bg Creatures, i would recommend some of the real good draw spells for that: Greater Good Rishkar's Expertise Return of the Wildspeaker # The Great Henge

Suggestions for ramp are Three Visits and more 1-Mana mana dorks like Birds of Paradise and Fyndhorn Elves , just so get out faster. you then might have enough 1-toughness creatures to justify Skullclamp , which is an awesome draw engine and uses your creatures in the late game. My Nissa Deck is a bit more focused on lots of mana real early, without any beatdown plan, but maybe you get some ideas.

BrassLord on Dead Men Tell (some) Tales

1 month ago

Nethroi is a good boi! Just some minor suggestions. Avacyn's Pilgrim out for Birds of Paradise . 0 attack means free body later on, can produce all colors of mana and flying makes it a great target for mutate!

It really depends on the direction you'd like to go. A lot of Nethroi decks go all in on the self milling 0 cost creatures, which is effective but kinda plays the same way every game. This shell looks like you have a lot of different options and recursion redundancies at the cost of some of the turbo self mill cards. something like Hermit Druid outside of a combo could get in a lot of work if you slim down the mana base.

An observation, the deck itself seems like you have a solid basis, but I think it's a little lacking in card draw. Something like Skullclamp with all your mana dorks, The Great Henge , Painful Truths Deathreap Ritual could help keep the gas going, especially in the early game.

Just some ideas, hope it helps!

BrassLord on Social Constructs (Oviya Pashiri) *primer*

1 month ago

Cool deck idea! Glad that commander is getting some love!

Some interesting things to look at. Kogla, the Titan Ape has some interesting synergies with your commander. Oketra's Monument can help explode your board presence in the early game, and any of the token doubling enchantments seems equally good! It might not gel extremely well, but Shaman of Forgotten Ways is a mana dork that can also be a wincon. Esika's Chariot seems right up the decks alley, as it makes tokens and can copy your tokens as well! Myth Unbound also seems decent if you start running into targeted removal. Quirion Ranger also works with your tapping and untapping plan!

If it's in your budget The Great Henge goes really well with all your mana dorks! Also Eldrazi Monument seems like it would be good with your source of repeated creature making!

DanMcSharp on Fractals

1 month ago

Hello,

It's refreshing to see new players coming up with their own deck ideas instead of just copying the top meta decks. Welcome to the game btw!

I haven't seen many people play dedicated "fractal" decks so far, but something that I've seen people make work was using Body of Research to make a huge body and then win with Fling or Kazuul's Fury  Flip. It seems pretty close to the way you try to play the deck anyway seeing how you like to have Solve the Equation in your opening hands. A combo deck like that wouldn't really need as many tribal interaction and focus mostly on getting the right cards out asap while just staying alive, so cards that give better card selections Omen of the Sea , bounce spells Into the Roil and counterspells Saw It Coming could be more helpful.

If you prefer to play the tribal aspect where you try to win with creatures and superior board state, you shouldn't really need to rush to a specific card like you do when using Solve the Equation . Instead you should try to get the most out of you creatures. The Great Henge seems like a great fit in this case since you will have large bodies for the discount, and your creatures will get more +1/+1 counters for your existing synergies. I'm not sure what Confounding Conundrum is there for, it's usually a side-board card, or a card built around things like Field of Ruin to trigger it or in Yorion, Sky Nomad to bounce it, but another 2 drop you could consider would be Guardian Gladewalker since it gives a +1/+1 counter and it also counts as a fractal for Biomathematician .

I find that The Ozolith is a very nice fit for the deck, but drawing multiple is hardly ever going to help you, so you could easily cut 1 and only play 3. Also, going up to 23(or more) lands certainly wouldn't hurt. You could make it a Mountain if you want to go the combo route to supplement your Ketria Triome for the red splash so that any Fabled Passage can be a red source.

Btw, you seem to think that The Ozolith would cover you if Body of Research gets "countered", but if that happens the creature won't ever exist, so there will be no counters for The Ozolith to pick-up. If it resolves and then the creature gets destroy or remove from play by any means, then yes it would work.

Hopefully these suggestions are useful,

Good luck!

Pikobyte on Fish Make More Fish

1 month ago

Theres a whole lot you can improve here, some stuff is budget and some is not. Cards like Dig Through Time , Primeval Protector and Treasure Cruise are great here since you can cast them for cheap and still get a high cascade trigger, they’re also budget friendly. Stuff like Ghalta, Primal Hunger and The Great Henge are even better but not budget friendly anymore. I made a more optimized and less budget version of Imoti and it does crazy stuff. Like drawing and playing like 70 cards a turn and putting 25 lands into play untapped the same turn. By turn 5-6 your board looks absolutely nuts. Feel free to take a look if you’re looking for new toys. There are good budget cards but also more expensive stuff

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