Ugin's Conjurant

Ugin's Conjurant

Creature — Spirit

Ugin’s Conjurant enters the battlefield with X +1/+1 counters on it.

If damage would be dealt to Ugin’s Conjurant while it has a +1/+1 counter on it, prevent that damage and remove that many +1/+1 counters from Ugin’s Conjurant.

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Format Legality
Historic Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Limited Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Leviathan Legal
Modern Legal
Pioneer Legal
Highlander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Legacy Legal
Arena Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Gladiator Legal
Custom Legal

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Ugin's Conjurant Discussion

foawr on colfenor

2 months ago

first ideas for a colfenor in a 5-6 power level environment

What I need help with: I'd like to cut at least 5 cards for lands I feel like the maybe board could make the deck more consistent by adding more cards to the core themes: - Heal with Soul Warden - Deal damage with Marionette Master - Loop through 0 cost bois with Memnite Ornithopter Phyrexian Walker Shifting Wall Stonecoil Serpent Ugin's Conjurant (Skinshifter gets back bigger bois for 1 green, Arcbound Worker is free with Foundry Inspector and can move around his counters when he dies, for more value from the other artifact creatures. Wondering if I should make a cut for Jhoira's Familiar as a second cost reducer - Ramp with sac Pawn of Ulamog

gavriel1136 on How would you build Rakdos …

5 months ago

Pikobyte, Very true!

If Tiny_Sir wants to run Cloudstone Curio, he should focus on cards like Ugin's Conjurant, Farfinder, and similar colorless nonartifact creatures

Rorolith on Footprints

6 months ago

Misunderstood Ugin's Conjurant, thought you just removed one +1/+1 counter. In that case, Ivy Elemental is better than it.

Rorolith on Footprints

6 months ago

A better alternative to Ivy Elemental would be Ugin's Conjurant.

cyrusthelin on (lulz) Laozi's UnLandingz

9 months ago

While this is very unintuitive, lands do actually have a converted mana cost of 0. According to rule 202.3a:

The converted mana cost of an object with no mana cost is 0, unless that object is the back face of a double-faced permanent or is a melded permanent.

This is the reason that combos like yours and Celestial Kirin and Ugin's Conjurant do work!

Also, I like the updates you've made, I'll keep looking at it.

Spell_Slam on Exploding Sheep Tribal

9 months ago

Thanks for the suggestion Red-Phoenix88. Ugin's Conjurant is already in the deck. I have been using it as a spot-filler to destroy any CMC, but I dread the day I use it for 0. My playgroup is not going to like that.

Red-Phoenix88 on Exploding Sheep Tribal

9 months ago

Also, if you're a naughty boy, you can play Ugin's Conjurant for 0 to blow up all the tokens on the field. That's really good when you're facing token decks.

But, more importantly, it'll blow up all lands in play too. I'm not too sure whether this would be a good idea in general, especially since white has problems with land ramp.

But oh well.

Xenwarrior5 on Animar, Soul of Elements Hydra Tribal

11 months ago

I'd recommend Tezzeret the Seeker in order to tutor for your two wincon artifacts.

Also, idk how well this will work, but Ugin's Conjurant can be a good colorless creature, who basically enters for 0 mana with +1/+1 counters equal to however many counters Animar has.

You could add a few morphs that synergize, but the only 2 I can think of are Hooded Hydra and Vesuvan Shapeshifter, but if you're cloning your utility creatures, you might as well run Spark Double, which has the potential to safely copy Animar or Tezzeret.

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