Wrexial, the Risen Deep
Legendary Creature — Kraken
Islandwalk, swampwalk (This creature can't be blocked as long as defending player controls an Island or a Swamp.)
Whenever Wrexial, the Risen Deep deals combat damage to a player, you may cast target instant or sorcery card from that player's graveyard without paying its mana cost. If that card would be put into a graveyard this turn, exile it instead.
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
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Wrexial, the Risen Deep Discussion
6 days ago
This deck looks like it's hilariously fun to play! Not that I think it needs upgrading, but only bc we're talking ships here, may I suggest Wrexial, the Risen Deep? Lot's of ships high fiving the sky lol
1 month ago
I would love to see krakens get more support in either green or black I think both work in different ways as we have seen with Arixmethes, Slumbering Isle and Wrexial, the Risen Deep. I am leaning more towards black for the lovecraftian horror.
5 months ago
Wrexial, the Risen Deep for those Cthulhu-esque good times
8 months ago
EDHable rogue creatures, depending on what your deck does (some like Nephalia Smuggler need other creatures built around it:
not sorted by $$$ price
Ghostly Pilferer Gonti, Lord of Luxury Glasspool Mimic Flip Guildpact Informant Master Thief Moonlit Scavengers Neurok Commando Nephalia Smuggler Nezumi Graverobber Nighthawk Scavenger Opposition Agent Brazen Borrower Rankle, Master of Pranks Sakashima the Impostor Sygg, River Cutthroat Thada Adel, Acquisitor Thieves' Guild Enforcer Notion Thief Thieving Skydiver Tinybones, Trinket Thief Undercity Informer Zareth San, the Trickster Ogre Slumlord
And here's some alternate commander ideas or maybe some might compliment nice in your rogue deck Circu, Dimir Lobotomist Oona, Queen of the Fae Skeleton Ship Szadek, Lord of Secrets The Scarab God Wrexial, the Risen Deep
10 months ago
You might like these: Thief of Sanity, Herald of Leshrac, Thada Adel, Acquisitor, Havengul Lich, Geth, Lord of the Vault, Nightveil Specter, Mindleecher, Dead Man's Chest, Mind's Dilation, Shared Fate, Diluvian Primordial, Wrexial, the Risen Deep, Lord of the Void, Memory Plunder, Spelltwine, Dredge the Mire
1 year ago
So, now that this thread is off the main page, I guess the consensus is:
On the "mill 10" clause:
- The "mill 10" clause can be a bit of a drawback because graveyard recursion is prevalent, though this drawback can be somewhat mitigated by attacking the player with the fewest graveyard recursion effects or at least a player who's commander is not graveyard-based.
- It is prudent to run graveyard hate along with Sword of Body and Mind, perhaps in higher quantities than usual.
On Sword of Body and Mind in general:
- In general, it is the weakest of the Mirran Swords printed to date.
- It may be worth running if it's the next best equipment in a voltron deck that needs more equipment, but likely not for it's strength alone.
- It is best for specific strategies or certain commanders that can take advantage of its ability (like Lazav, Dimir Mastermind or Wrexial, the Risen Deep) or at least consistently mitigate the drawback, like Anafenza, the Foremost.
1 year ago
1 year ago
For a while now I've had an EDH mill deck with Mirko Vosk as the commander. I always play casual so it worked for a long time until my friends started figuring out how to fight it. I decided to revamp it with Wrexial, the Risen Deep and/or Lazav, Dimir Mastermind as the commander, and while it performs well, I think it could be better, even if it's casual. I'm looking for suggestions on how to do this without bumping the price up a ridiculous amount (hence why I did not put things like Jace, the Mind Sculptor in it. Wrexial/Lazav Mill (casual/jank) (WIP)