Wheel of Fate
Suspend 4— *(Rather than cast this card from your hand, pay and remove it from the game with four time counters on it. At the beginning of your upkeep, remove a time counter. When the last is removed, cast it without paying its mana cost.) *
Each player discards his or her hand, then draws seven cards.
|Want (2)||PooChooTrain , Galvain|
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|Mystery Booster: Store Edition (MYSTOR)||Rare|
|Mystery Booster: Convention Edition (MYSCON)||Rare|
|Commander 2016 (C16)||Rare|
|Time Spiral (TSP)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Wheel of Fate occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.02%
Wheel of Fate Discussion
2 weeks ago
Okay, let me give you a quick primer. Card draw: Boros colors have a few categories of cards that can provide card advantage. 1) Wheel effects, like Reforge the Soul, Wheel of Fate, Magus of the Wheel, and if you're willing to drop the money for it, Wheel of Fortune. 2) Impulsive draw effects, like Light Up the Stage, Outpost Siege, Vance's Blasting Cannons Flip, Ignite the Future, many Chandra planeswalkers. 3) Equipment (not technically Boros colors since most are colorless, but Boros is really good at tutoring equipment), like Sword of Fire and Ice, Mask of Memory, Rogue's Gloves, Infiltration Lens. 4) Generic artifacts, like Mind's Eye, The Immortal Sun, Staff of Nin, etc. Ramp: There are plenty of artifacts that can ramp you. Sol Ring is the obvious one of the format, but you can find plenty of artifacts to ramp. White ramps using plains and does so from behind using effects like Knight of the White Orchid and Kor Cartographer. Red ramps all at once and the ramp is typically temporary like a lot of red mana or (lately) treasure tokens. Stuff like Captain Lannery Storm and Dockside Extortionist. Removal: White is the most versatile removal color in the game. The best for creature removal is spells like Path to Exile and Swords to Plowshares. Best for artifacts and enchantments is stuff like Return to Dust and the new Heliod's Intervention. If you want the ability to hit anything, something like Grasp of Fate, Oblivion Ring, or Generous Gift works. White also has great Board-wipes. The best one is probably Austere Command, but new ones like Winds of Abandon (which doubles as single-target creature removal), Cleansing Nova, and Hour of Revelation are also great.
I recommend looking at other Boros decklists on tappedout or using a site like edhrec.com as resources to find possible cards for your deck.
Hopefully this was helpful!
2 weeks ago
Sweet deck and awesome name! Just some cards I thought of looking at your list: Tunnel Vision to use a tutor on yourself and self mill, Glorious End as a super risky end the turn 2nd option behind Sundial of the Infinite, Mesmeric Orb can accelerate mill for everyone, and other wheel options like Reforge the Soul and/or Wheel of Fate. Not sure if any of that helps if you’re on a budget. You’re deck looks like it runs really well without these cards.
Good Luck +1
1 month ago
Hiya! Long time Aurelia, the Warleader player, hopefully I can give some useful advice.
The first thing I've noticed about your deck is the very low amount of lands in your deck. Your deck has a very, very high mana curve, so you need to consistently be making your land drop every turn. With that in mind, I recommend upping your land count to 38 lands, no less.
In the same vein, I counted 7 ways to ramp in your deck with one way to tutor for your ramp cards. Once again, since it seems your deck wants to be casting big angels, you'll want to have 10-12 ways to ramp or tutor for them. One especial card I recommend investing in is Smothering Tithe. It is the best white EDH card and provides an unbelievable amount of ramp once you play it. Other than that, mana rocks that produce multiple mana seems to be what your deck wants so it can cast those big angels. So include stuff like Thran Dynamo, Gilded Lotus, Worn Powerstone, etc. The new Nyx Lotus could be helpful, or even something like Firemind Vessel.
The next thing is some more ways to generate card advantage. I counted 5-7 or so cards that produce card advantage. Getting up to 10 or so would be preferred that way your deck never runs out of steam. In this deck where you want to get big angels I think going for wheel effects and then reanimation could be the best way to do this. You already have Reforge the Soul, other good wheel effects are Magus of the Wheel, Wheel of Fate, and if you have lots of money, Wheel of Fortune. You already have some great reanimation pieces in your deck like Emeria Shepherd and Faith's Reward, adding in some more like Brought Back would be helpful.
Let me know if you need any more card suggestions!
1 month ago
Hiya! Long time player of Aurelia, the Warleader here. Hopefully I can give some solid advice.
You mentioned in your description that you tend to find yourself wiped out after an aggressive start. I'm guessing by this you mean that you tend to burn out and not have the reach to close out a game. I think your deck already has a pretty good amount of ramp- I counted 11 ways to ramp with your deck. I also noticed your deck has a lot of interaction and some pretty solid creatures, as well as a pretty high number of ways to protect them.
So, here is my advice to deal with the problem of reach (burning out, getting wiped out). I counted a total of 3 ways in your deck to generate consistent card advantage. The first way to deal with the problem of reach is to make room for more ways to generate card advantage. Contrary to popular belief, there are now, thanks to the generosity of Wizards of the Coast towards the red color in recent years, a good amount of cards that can help generate card advantage in Boros colors. They fall into different categories, you can figure out which fit your deck best. There is impulsive draw effects like Light Up the Stage, Outpost Siege, Commune with Lava, Prophetic Flamespeaker, etc. There are wheel effects similar to the Magus of the Wheel you already run like Wheel of Fortune (the expensive one), Wheel of Fate, and Reforge the Soul. There are some more equipment options if you want to lean in that direction like Sword of Fire and Ice (another pricy one), Mask of Memory, Rogue's Gloves, Infiltration Lens, etc. There are also some artifacts that have been printed in recent years that can work with most decks. You already have Tome of Legends, Endless Atlas would be another one in that category.
Once you fill out your deck with more ways to generate advantage, you'll have more access to cards and thus will be able to recover from a board wipe or removal more easily. It'll also help guarantee you'll hit your land drops and find your ramp pieces.
The other way to deal with reach is actually a playstyle choice. When playing my attack-heavy Boros deck, if I don't have a way to protect my board, I always make sure to play a little more conservatively. In other words, don't play out the rest of your hand, have a backup in hand, don't commit so much that a board wipe completely blows you out, etc. Having good card draw helps with this because it means that I can keep building my board while still having cards in hand in case stuff hits the fan.
Hope this helped! Good luck and I hope you enjoy playing Boros in EDH!
1 month ago
MasterGabe this deck started over three years ago as a budget build and I slowly acquired pieces for it. If you are looking to spend around $200 and keep the combo, start by removing all the fast mana (Mox Diamond, Grim Monolith, Mana Crypt, etc) and put in the normal ramp like Fire Diamond, Arcane Signet etc. Also remove Wheel of Fortune and replace with Wheel of Fate. You also don’t need any of the fancy lands, just stick with regular mountains and as we will be removing ramp increase land count to 39.
The deck will be quite a lot slower and more susceptible to interaction but you can keep the combo shell and all it’s shenanigans. If you want to make a copy of this deck, remove the foils and make the suggested changes I would happily make more suggestions for you to meet the budget.
1 month ago
A few recommendations from a long time Aurelia, the Warleader player.
First off, I recommend bumping up the land count to 37-38. 34 lands isn't enough in EDH to reliably make land drops every turn, so adding more lands would help increase the consistency of the deck. Think of it this way- there's nothing worse than having cards in your hand you can't cast because you didn't draw enough lands to have the mana to cast them.
Next, add in more ways to generate card advantage. Looking over the deck, I saw 5 sources of card advantage (aka ways to get access to more cards to play, typically by drawing but can also be impulsive draw) with 4 ways to tutor for them. There are many wheel effects in red that are not the price of Wheel of Fortune. These are Wheel of Fate, Reforge the Soul, and Magus of the Wheel. Red also has access to some great impulsive draw spells. Outpost Siege is reliable, turn by turn one. Light Up the Stage is another good one that is easy to cast for its spectacle cost. Other notable ones are the c2019 new Ignite the Future, Commune with Lava, and Prophetic Flamespeaker. There are a few more equipment that draw cards like Rogue's Gloves and Sword of Fire and Ice. Finally, there are some great artifacts that have been printed in recent years that can get a consistent flow of cards. These include Tome of Legends and Endless Atlas.
Next is a few more ways to ramp. I counted 8 pieces, with once again 4 ways to tutor. Some simple mana rocks would do the job. Solemn Simulacrum, Burnished Hart, Knight of the White Orchid, and Kor Cartographer could also do the job. I do also recommend investing the money in buying a copy of Smothering Tithe. The card is very worth running in the deck. You already play lands that make every player draw, if you add in wheels for card draw it can be abused even more. Even without those though, it is by far the best EDH card in white and is more than worth the investment.
Finally, as you play the deck, I recommend you slowly take the time to think about the direction you want to really take it in. Right now it doesn't seem to have a huge focus to it, it's doing some equipment stuff, some big attack stuff, some artifact stuff, some token stuff, etc. Find a focus to the deck. Once you do, then you can start to make better decisions on how to make it better.
Let me know how the deck has been running in paper though! Good luck with learning to play Boros and I hope you learn to enjoy it!
2 months ago
Once you add red to a discard deck, it gives you more options once their hand is empty. There are Burning Inquiry, Wheel of Fate-type effects to give them cards to discard. Also, red has a few Unsummon effects to put cards in their hand to discard.
2 months ago
Ivdar thanks for those great replys, I'll definitly buy a lot of your suggestions when I buy the deck so I can have some cards to edit and swap around. I especially like the Wheel of Fate / Magus of the Wheel suggestions. I don't want to necessarily attack my opponents mana base (my playgroup wouldn't take it too well), so as much as I love Blood Moon , its porbably not going to find its way in. Keen Sense and Snake Umbra worked really well in my mind, drawing 3 cards per Klothys activation just sounds so good. However, I can see where they don't work in practice. Thanks again for the suggestions, I'll keep this deck updated as I play it.