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I like to play magic with friends as I like to play any other tabletop game: a nice excuse to get together and have some fun. I only play EDH nowadays, but I used to play a lot of Extended. Feel free to look at my decks and ask me a question. I like entering card-choice discussions and be challenged to try out new cards!

My Decks

My decks are not competitive, but they are not casual either. I try to create powerful, synergistic decks that can win in a variety of ways, but also leave room for my opponents to try out their creations so we can all have a fun time playing the game.

These are my active decks (ordered by score):


[Primer] Mina & Denn's Rampaging Roil | V-MH2

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 153 | 76 COMMENTS | 21299 VIEWS | IN 46 FOLDERS


A Wicked Moving Landmass Engine of Doom

Malcolm, Siren of The Flying Dutchman | V-AFR

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 72 | 23 COMMENTS | 4321 VIEWS | IN 24 FOLDERS


A Ghostly Adventure of Endless Treasure

[Primer] Karametra's Short-Term Memory | V-MH2

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 67 | 15 COMMENTS | 7710 VIEWS | IN 18 FOLDERS


A Gimmicky Storm Value Combo Triggerfest

Sek'Kuar's Hasty Mob Ball of Death | V-MH2

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 56 | 9 COMMENTS | 5184 VIEWS | IN 23 FOLDERS


A Snowballing Sacrifice & Steal Contraption

Samut, Inspiring Warleader | V-MH2

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 36 | 11 COMMENTS | 4439 VIEWS | IN 10 FOLDERS


A Swift Army of Tap/Untap Shenanigans

Mazirek's Mad Massacre | V-MH2

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 24 | 2 COMMENTS | 2888 VIEWS | IN 10 FOLDERS


A +1/+1 Counter Crazy Where Less Lands Matter

Silumgar's Vile Offering | V-STX

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 24 | 16 COMMENTS | 3085 VIEWS | IN 5 FOLDERS


A Manipulating & Misdirecting Elder Dragon

Niv-Mizzet, Passive Ping-Win | V-MH2

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 18 | 21 COMMENTS | 4496 VIEWS | IN 4 FOLDERS


The Patient & Contemplative Firemind

Sigarda, Host of Dreaming Will | V-MH2

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 13 | 13 COMMENTS | 3380 VIEWS | IN 3 FOLDERS


An Enchanted Warrior With The Purest Will

Vish Kal Wears His Sunglasses At Night | V-STX

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 13 | 6 COMMENTS | 2540 VIEWS | IN 3 FOLDERS


A Careful Balance of Life & Death

Roon, Hum of the Universe | V-AFR

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 11 | 2474 VIEWS | IN 7 FOLDERS


The Value Control Blink Rhinoceros

Maro Multani, the Elemental of Surprise | V-AFR

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 7 | 4 COMMENTS | 1700 VIEWS | IN 1 FOLDER


When Everything Grows, I Will Flourish

Akiri's Riveting Ricochet | V-AFR

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 6 | 2 COMMENTS | 978 VIEWS | IN 1 FOLDER


A Weapons & Damage Pinball Machine

Daretti's Rocks, Bombs & Blasts | V-MH2

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 4 | 2 COMMENTS | 1183 VIEWS | IN 1 FOLDER


A Scandalous Scrapheap Challenge

These decks I'm not actively playing or maintaining at the moment.


Gahiji Games | V-MH2

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 6 | 960 VIEWS | IN 1 FOLDER


Are You Ready to Play?

Karador, Chieftain of the Selfless | V-ZNR

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 2 | 3 COMMENTS | 1696 VIEWS | IN 2 FOLDERS




[Budget] Anje's Reanimation Machine | V-KHM

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 1 | 181 VIEWS



This is a system I use to figure out where my deck is at in relation to the social contract, regardless of power level. Of course this tends to differ per play group, but when going to my LGS I tend to be mindful of this scale as well as power level scale when selecting decks to bring. Ideally, all players of a game have the same expectation of power level as well as the same expectations of what is fun and what isn't:

  • Relaxed: No problem. Anyone will have a good time playing against this deck, if paired with decks of similar power. Your opponents will always have the chance to try out their decks and have some fun.
  • Acceptable: Uses effects that the most casual player might not find fun, such as steal effects, less efficient infinite combos, taxing cards (e.g. Aura of Silence), denying access to the commander (e.g. Song of the Dryads) and counterspells. Playing expensive cards can also cause feelbads for players on a tighter budget.
  • A Little Edgy: Incidently uses effects that border on what is deemed "fun" in edh and can cause feelbads, such as infect, partial land destruction (anything beyond a single Strip Mine, such as Pox), incidental discard, a few single-card hosers / silver bullets (e.g. Stony Silence, Aven Mindcensor, Hushbringer) or other single cards that slow down certain decks if they don't have an answer (like a Gravepact).
  • Very Edgy: Uses a lot of these edgy effects or they are part of the main strategy, resulting in situations where most players can have a hard time playing their game. Examples can be a Hate Bears deck, recurring board wipes decks (e.g. decks that run every version of Gravepact) or discard decks (such as Tergrid and Tinybones). Efficient infinite combo's (of 2 cards or less, or with the commander) also fall into this category.
  • Breaking The Social Contract: Seeks to use effects that clearly break the social contract (that go against the EDH philosophy), such as destroying all lands, discarding all hands, full-on stax decks and other hard locks (e.g. Brine Elemental + Vesuvan Shapeshifter), leading to situations where others are no longer able to play the game.

I also like helping people out with their decks if I have some time on my hands. Feel free to ask me for help if you run similar commanders as I do. However, I see a lot of new deck builders out there that fall into the same basic deck-building pitfalls:

  1. Running too few lands
  2. Running too few ramp cards
  3. Running too few carddraw cards
  4. Not having a focussed idea on what they want their deck to be about

If that is you, check out the resources below :D.

  • You already are on Tappedout, so that is a good start :). Browse other decks here for inspiration, or use the search engine to find popular builds of your commander.
  • This is an old introduction article to the format, but I still think it is still awesome (Just ignore the stuff about tucking. That no longer works): https://www.mtgsalvation.com/forums/the-game/commander-edh/202751-big-guide-to-building-your-edh-commander-deck
  • A great video about how to build a good and fun EDH deck. If you play EDH and you haven't watched this yet, I highly recommend you do:
  • Check out the "EDHREC" website to see what other people play that run your commander.
  • Check out the search engine "Scryfall" to easily find cards.

Favorite Colors

  1. Green: 10 decks
  2. White: 9 decks
  3. Red: 9 decks
  4. Black: 6 decks
  5. Blue: 4 decks

Favorite Guilds

  1. Selesnya: 6 decks
  2. Gruul: 4 decks
  3. Boros: 4 decks
  4. Golgari: 3 decks
  5. Orzohv: 2 deck
  6. Rakdos: 2 decks
  7. Izzet: 2 decks
  8. Azorius: 2 decks
  9. Dimir: 1 deck
  10. Simic: 1 deck

Favorite Shards

  1. Naya: 2 decks
  2. Bant: 1 deck
  3. Jund: 1 deck
  4. Abzan: 1 deck
  5. Jeskai: 1 deck

GL & HF!

Beebles

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Hey maxmcnugget! Here are my thoughts on the cards you listed:

  • Academy Manufactor : Love it! It's already in the deck. It triples the amount of artifacts we get, which is already amazing here, but also provides the deck with another draw engine.
  • Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer : A very powerful early game play, but I'm not digging the fact that it does not have evasion (and although not as powerful, I don't run Captain Lannery Storm for the same reason). You can easily slot it in a deck like this if you want, but I've let it slide for now. I might change my mind on this one though, as it is proving to be quite the powerhouse in most formats.
  • Xorn : at first I was sure I was going to add that here, but then I realized it's not so good with Malcolm. Malcolm is worded in such a way that it triggers once each combat, regardless of the amount of players you hit. So if you hit 3 players with a pirate with Xorn out, you get 4 treasure instead of 3. That's not amazing. Especially when comparing it to Anointed Procession or Academy Manufactor . If you want to try it out, a good spot to replace it with might be Monologue Tax . I personally prefer tax because it's a standalone treasure producer.
  • Treasure Chest : wonderfully on theme and probably a catalyst for fun moments, but I won't be adding it. One of the things I value most when picking cards is reliability. And rolling dice is the opposite of that. It's not for me ;).
July 12, 2021 11:56 a.m.

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Decks

Malcolm, Siren of The Flying Dutchman | V-AFR

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 72 | 23 COMMENTS | 4321 VIEWS | IN 24 FOLDERS

Samut, Inspiring Warleader | V-MH2

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 36 | 11 COMMENTS | 4439 VIEWS | IN 10 FOLDERS

[Primer] Mina & Denn's Rampaging Roil | V-MH2

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 153 | 76 COMMENTS | 21299 VIEWS | IN 46 FOLDERS

Sek'Kuar's Hasty Mob Ball of Death | V-MH2

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 56 | 9 COMMENTS | 5184 VIEWS | IN 23 FOLDERS

[Primer] Karametra's Short-Term Memory | V-MH2

Commander / EDH Beebles

SCORE: 67 | 15 COMMENTS | 7710 VIEWS | IN 18 FOLDERS

Finished Decks 68
Prototype Decks 41
Drafts 0
Playing since Tempest
Points 319
Avg. deck rating 30.24
T/O Rank 113
Helper Rank 94
Favorite formats Commander / EDH
Suppressed formats Standard, Legacy, Pre-release, MTGO, Unformat, Heirloom, Vintage, Archenemy, Planechase, Vanguard, Modern, Pauper, Noble, Casual, Hero, Block Constructed, Limited, Duel Commander, Tiny Leaders, Highlander, Magic Duels, Penny Dreadful, Frontier, Leviathan, 1v1 Commander, Pauper EDH, Canadian Highlander, Brawl, Arena, Oathbreaker
Cards suggested / good suggestions 137 / 84
Cards Added/Fixed 55
Last activity 2 weeks
Joined 6 years