Worldgorger Dragon

Worldgorger Dragon

Creature — Nightmare Dragon

Flying, trample

When Worldgorger Dragon enters the battlefield, exile all other permanents you control.

When Worldgorger Dragon leaves the battlefield, return the exiled cards to play under their owners' control.

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Legality

Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

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Worldgorger Dragon Discussion

BrickSkipper on Wake Up! You're Dreaming!

4 weeks ago

I have decided not to go for the Worldgorger Dragon route - at least until I test out which cards are my favorite for the main game plan - the combo takes around 5 slots for tutors and enchantments I'd rather put towards the main synergies at this stage. My average CMC is 3, which is too high IMO for a good AdNaus deck - the deck would take a significant rework to be an Ad Nauseam pile. I think the wheels are a good idea (and if I'm slotting in wheels I'd go for the Tithe as well) but since I never have Extus on the battlefield I can't really see Jeska's Will . Ranger Captain looks the most appealing to me of the hatebears listed, but those two drops are also strong inclusions. ninja8244 Thanks so much for the ideas! You've given me much food for thought.

I'd really like to try Razaketh, but think if I were to do that I'd want a more robust reanimation package... maybe someday. I also think the card disadvantage from Faithless Looting may not be worth the card selection in a deck that's not doing much with its graveyard... but I'm not sure.

ninja8244 on Wake Up! You're Dreaming!

4 weeks ago

If you are going the combo route there are a bunch of potential combos that would work really well in this deck. Any of the Worldgorger Dragon combos are good in any BR deck. Ad Nauseam is also an instant game-winner in most black decks. cards like Jeska's Will , and Gamble would also fit in well. Wheel effects could also be really good, with cards like Wheel of Fortune , and Wheel of Misfortune . Because we have access to white mana cards like Smothering Tithe , Ranger-Captain of Eos , Grand Abolisher , Enlightened Tutor , and Drannith Magistrate could all fit in really well. Some Staxyness wouldn't hurt overall so that you can hit your opponents easier with the blood avatar.

RNR_Gaming on Building the (Bad) Kaalia

1 month ago

Run an aggro deck with a low curve. Blink Kaalia for more card advantage and just keep turning sideways. It would probably be okay for mid to maybe high power games but there are definitely better options for Worldgorger Dragon combos.

zAzen7977 on Building the (Bad) Kaalia

1 month ago

Hey I_Want_To_PlayAllTheDecks, I picked up the Kaalia precon several years ago and have been tinkering with it ever since to make it as competitive as possible. First I went full-aggro and land destruction. When I realized how easy it was to neutralize my deck if Kaalia was killed, I tried a reanimation-heavy approach. Then I realized my strategy was easily shattered by graveyard hate like Rest in Peace , which happens to be rampant in my play group. Sure I can remove RiP once or maybe twice, but its imposible to deal with hate from multiple players at once.

After countless iterations and strategies, I figured out that a hybrid aggro/stax approach is the way to go. This may sound counter-intuitive at first, but the only way for Kaalia to catch up to much faster competitive decks is to try to slow down the other decks. I cut all reanimation cards, which eliminates the weakness of depending on my graveyard for big creatures. Don’t get me wrong, Worldgorger Dragon infinite combos work and reanimation is a valid strategy, but other combo decks are quicker, especially decks running blue and/or green. If Kaalia gets neutralized, I have stax pieces, ramp artifacts, and tutors to fall back on to get me back into the game. Also I believe other creature-cheat cards like Sneak Attack are redundant and take up space that could be better utilized for more stax or ramp cards.

Please feel free to check out my deck if you are interested!

KAALIA'S CATACLYSM - Aggro/Stax [cEDH Primer]

I_Want_To_PlayAllTheDecks on Building the (Bad) Kaalia

1 month ago

I rarely find commanders that after I still want to build a couple days after first thinking about them. Kaalia, Zenith Seeker is one of them. The only problem is, I don't know how to build her. I know I could go more Cedh by going turbo Worldgorger Dragon + Animate dead. I could go big beater ramp with the demons/dragons/angels she finds. I could try and cheat beaters in with reanimation or Sneak Attack effects. I could try and go with tons of blink effects and try and use Worldgorger Dragon for value. My current thoughts are Blink/Reanimation, both are powerful tools to utilize, and in most cases if you blink something that was cheated into play for a single turn, you get to keep it. The only problem with this idea is I'm not sure how consistent it would be. Any ideas or recommendations would be appreciated. Thanks

MattouWolf on Competitive Breya (cEDH)

1 month ago

Looks amazing, really focused Breya deck with all the best cards :)

I would probably try to squeeze in Isochron Scepter + Dramatic Reversal as it is instant win with mana to cast it infinitely and one mana stone that can give us any color to cast Breya.

You're probably not a fan of Worldgorger Dragon as he requires 2 additional revival enchantments + Entomb etc ?

king-saproling on Don't Fear The Reaper

1 month ago

This is a really cool concept! Changeling Berserker, Hero, and Titan are particularly intriguing with Reaper King. With one of them, 2 other creatures with the same or similar "nesting doll" effect, and Reaper King, you can create a loop where you destroy all your opps' permanents. For example, Changeling Berserker + Mirror Image + Restoration Angel will create such a loop.

You might like these too: Fiend Hunter , Wormfang Drake , Faceless Butcher , Worldgorger Dragon , Felidar Guardian , Clone , Evil Twin , Unstoppable Ash , Boggart Mob , Wren's Run Packmaster , Cateran Summons , Goblin Recruiter , Blood Speaker , Maskwood Nexus

BrickSkipper on Kroxa's Snax [PRIMER] (Midrange, Discard)

1 month ago

cfost827 Yep, your assessment is about right. Power level is all relative but in most of my decks I try to hover around 7/10, give or take a point. This deck is pretty fair, I've steered away from the Worldgorger Dragon A+B=Win combo. When this deck has a good draw it can feel oppressive for opponents (nobody likes discarding cards (except us)), but I've built it to be played at casual tables of mid+ power.

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