Wrexial, the Risen Deep
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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Vintage Legal

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.

Gilver on You are that ninja!

1 month ago

thefiresoflurve
Well, Sol Ring is really the only exception and has a place in every single deck (included in every precon) xD. Things like Mana Crypt is what I am really talking about. The problem with Ancient Brass Dragon is that you don't really want to cheat it in early game, however, it can be great during mid to late game to help you revive your dead BigStuff or dead threats of your opponents. Gyruda, Doom of Depths helps me to build up graveyards and is great if you can cheat in Ink-Eyes, Servant of Oni or Wrexial, the Risen Deep later on to use the milled cards of your opponents. I was unsure about Ancient Silver Dragon, it is acutally an insane effect but cards like Magus of the Wheel could be fearful if you draw 10+ cards every turn or you might even end up with 0 cards in your deck at some point xD. I was really not a fan of its effect but it is still a pretty good option to run in Satoru Umezawa. Thanks for the suggestions, appreciate it!

Epicurus on Always Loot the Bodies

3 months ago

Misconception Thanks for the comment!

You are absolutely right about Commander's Sphere. I have trouble thinking about that when I'm only in two colors. I'll make that swap ASAP.

Lavaz is good, but I removed it at some point to fit something else in (though I don't remember what it was). Honestly, I like Dimir Doppelganger better. And I have a solid balance of grave robbing already. I may replace Wrexial, the Risen Deep with him at some point, because I don't usually get a lot of value out of Wrexial.

I hadn't heard of Sepulchral Primordial until just now, so I'll give that guy some consideration. The CMC is a bit steep, and I don't have a ton of ramp, which is by design.

Frankly, I've been thinking about removing Teferi's Tutelage altogether. It tends to sit in my hand. So if I do, I don't think I'd replace it with a similar effect.

Removal of any kind is always good, so if I do cut the Tutelage, perhaps Feed the Swarm could be what I could add.

Cheers!

Epicurus on Satoru, the green ninja

3 months ago

A couple evasion creatures that I like to use with Ninjutsu are Soulsworn Spirit and Fogwalker, because of their reusable ETB triggers on top of being unlockable (or, at least hard to block, in the case of Fogwalker).

As for your big creatures, the Eldrazi are all awesome just for having big bodies, but remember that you don't get the "as you cast" triggers when you use Ninjutsu to cheat them onto the battlefield, nor would their attack triggers activate (i.e. Annihilator). So I would limit how many of them you use down to just Kozilek, the Great Distortion, because it has a good activated ability. I'd replace the others with creatures that either have ETB triggers or damage triggers.

I have a running list of creatures I'd like to use for Satoru, but I don't want to name off a million cards. The highlights, though, are:

And even that is a long list, so I apologize. Obviously, Palinchron would be great, even without the combo(s), but you already mentioned that.

Cheers!

multimedia on

6 months ago

Hey, nice version, you have 13 ways to help to setup Runo to transform including Rack, lots of counterspells including Drain, plenty of reanimation and the five best huge sea monsters (Hullbreaker, Spawning, Depths, Junk, Stormtide) to copy with Krothuss. The amount of ramp is a little low, but if it's working for you then great.

A unique interaction with Krothuss are effects that let him copy himself and since he's a Kraken each time he does it he creates two copies of himself. This can get out of hand quick since then each copy of Krothuss can copy Krothuss or other Krothusses resulting in tons of attacking Krothusses. To be able to do this you must remove the legendary rule or control a nonlegendary Krothuss to copy. Sakashima of a Thousand Faces, Spark Double and Mirror Box achieve these effects with Sakashima/Box removing the legendary rule and Spark becoming a nonlegendary Krothuss.

Box is new a card in new set NEO and it also increases the p/t of original Krothuss for each copy of himself making original Krothuss huge. Sakashima can also become a copy of Krothuss. The drawback of Sakashima/Box is if an opponent removes one of these cards then all the legendary copies of Krothuss are also removed leaving only original Krothuss in your control.

Spark is different than the others because it becomes a nonlegendary Krothuss. When you copy nonlegendary Krothuss with a Krothuss it creates token copies of nonlegendary Krothuss. If opponent removes Spark it doesn't remove all the copies of nonlegendary Krothuss, they must also be removed.

These three cards have just as much interaction with other legendary creatures such as Wrexial, the Risen Deep or even Marit Lage.


Hullbreaker Horror can be much more devastating to your opponents by adding one card, Everflowing Chalice or any other 0 CMC artifact, preferably a mana rock such as Mana Crypt. When you control two or more Hullbreakers thanks to Krothuss then Chalice + Sol Ring is infinite casts to bounce all your opponent's nonland permanents. You can keep doing this combo on your main phases to deny your opponents from having nonland permanents including blockers.

Hullbreaker + Sol + Chalice is infinite casts as well as infinite colorless mana without needing to control another Hullbreaker since each time Sol taps for mana before it's bounced it pays for itself + one extra colorless. If you control another mana rock that can ETB untapped such as Arcane Signet then infinite colorless can be infinite blue/black mana. Instead of bouncing Sol, bounce Arcane + Chalice (tapping Arcane for mana before it's bounced). When you add another Hullbreaker that's when things get scary for your opponents.

I'm a big fan of Lazotep Plating in blue, it's really underrated as a protection spell for all permanents you control and it can also protect you. Which can be huge protection if an opponent's infinite combo win condition requires to target you such Aetherflux or Artist.


If you're interested in adding any of these cards here's some possible cuts to consider: Disentomb, Essence Scatter, Nemesis of Reason, Fleet Swallower, Wizard Class.

You have plenty of powerful reanimation, Disentomb isn't needed. You have many excellent counterspells, Scatter isn't needed. Nemesis and Swallower only trigger when they're declared as attackers meaning that when copied by Krothuss those attacking copies don't trigger. In my opinion this makes these creatures too slow to get value from them with Krothuss.

Good luck with your deck.

theGentlemanSeal on Devoted to two Gods

7 months ago

Great deck!

Helm of the Ghastlord would be a great addition to beef up all your blue/black creatures. Also, Oona's Gatewarden is an easy fit in here. Some more dimir fundamentals would be Baleful Strix, Cemetery Puca, Dimir Guildmage, or Dimir Guildmage.

In terms of finisher cards, you could add: Gyruda, Doom of Depths, Wrexial, the Risen Deep, Dragonlord Silumgar, Silumgar, the Drifting Death, Ghastlord of Fugue, Blizzard Specter, Dire Undercurrents,

A version of the deck will a mill wincon could also make use of Ashiok, Dream Render, Phenax, God of Deception, Lurking Informant, Nemesis of Reason, Psychic Drain, Mind Grind, Nightveil Specter, and the many more mill focused cards from across blue and black.

A deck that leans more into flash could use Slitherwisp.

Overall, I quite like and want to see it down the line!

UltimateRoxas40 on Pure Necrophilia (Retired)

8 months ago

Looks like a fun deck! My version of Lazav is more vorthos/lore-based, so you've got a lot of good choices I'd otherwise put into my deck. Bloodchief Ascension is amazing here.

Some good milling cards I would add are Maddening Cacophony, Fractured Sanity and Drown in Dreams. All are fairly cheap to cast, and the first two hit all opponents while Drown in Dreams can draw you cards. Great when you've got a ton of mana from the Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth + Cabal Coffers combo.

Another great card for Lazav, Dimir Mastermind is Grinning Totem. It might be a little expensive, but its basically a tutor to go look through your opponents deck and find something for Lazav to turn into. You could also reanimate it afterwards too for extra value.

Personally, I'd drop Temple of the False God, since the commander is colored mana only, its kinda a feels bad card in an opening hand. Maybe something like Rogue's Passage to make some of your creature connect without issue, like Mirko Vosk, Mind Drinker or Wrexial, the Risen Deep

brianizbrewtal on SEND DECK PICS ♡ [Boat Themed Dimir]

11 months 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

Necrosis24 on Discussion: Adding colors to your …

1 year 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.

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