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locknivar

@foo_fighter, what else you playing with it?

locknivar

@foo_fighter, I ask because the scope is looking to be limited.

I would suggest you pair Anowon with Conspiracy. That way every creature you have is now a vampire, making your deck less selective. Coat of arms so you can boost all your creatures now that they are all vampires.

@verucassault, look at getting Morality Shift. Then you have a option for late game play.

verucassault

@locknivar
lol. The more old cards I see like that, the more I think that they and banned cards are just like this Grimoire of Forbidden Arcane Knowledge.

locknivar

I kinda like that commander has less banned cards than other formats.

I thought I would include this. It's a list of currently banned Commander cards:

Ancestral Recall, Balance, Biorhythm, Black Lotus, Braids, Cabal Minion, Chaos Orb, Coalition Victory, Channel, Emrakul the Aeons Torn, Erayo, Soratami Ascendant, Falling Star, Fastbond, Flash, Gifts Ungiven, Griselbrand, Iona, Shield of Emeria, Karakas, Leovold Emissary of Trest, Library of Alexandria, Limited Resources, Lutri the Spellchaser, Mox Emerald, Mox Jet, Mox Pearl, Mox Ruby, Mox Sapphire, Panoptic Mirror, Paradox Engine, Primeval Titan, Prophet of Kruphix, Recurring Nightmare, Rofellos Llanowar Emissary, Shahrazad, Sundering Titan, Sway of the Stars, Sylvan Primordial, Time Vault, Time Walk, Tinker, Tolarian Academy, Trade Secrets, Upheaval, Worldfire, Yawgmoth's Bargain

foo_fighter

any good commanders for big creatures?

locknivar

@foo_fighter, you have a preferred color combo? I can think of a good one that is red/green token based deck. Uses the devour mechanic to allow the commander to come out as a 100/100

foo_fighter

I probabllik ug, blue for card draw green fro ramp, im more looking into fat creatures rather than just the commander

verucassault

Are you using a lot of creatures from Ikoria? Ikoria is supposed to encourage a lot of ramp from all colors. They wanted the players to have the ability to access as many colors as possible for all the mutations. Lots of cycling too. @foo_fighter

verucassault

Magic: The Gathering - The Top 10 New Commanders From Ikoria, Ranked
1 Kinnan, Bonder Prodigy.
2 Rielle, The Everwise. ...
3 Illuna, Apex Of Wishes. ...
4 Nethroi, Apex Of Death. ...
5 Jegantha, The Wellspring. ...
6 Vadrok, Apex Of Thunder. ...
7 Gyruda, Doom of Depths. ...
8 Zilortha, Strength Incarnate / Godzilla, King Of The Monsters

https://www.thegamer.com/magic-the-gathering-mtg-ikoria-commanders-best/


no 1. Kinnan, Bonder Prodigy is by far the strongest new potential commander printed in Ikoria. For only two mana, Kinnan is a Simic creature that causes any nonland permanent that can produce mana to produce an additional mana. Straight away, for such a low cost, this ability accelerate one's mana base substantially, allowing ceartures and mana rocks alike to produce yet even more value.

As if that weren't enough, Kinnan has a repeatable activated ability that at the cost of seven mana, allows its controller to look at the top five cards of their library, putting a non-human creature from among them directly into play. As this commander allows its respective deck to generate substantial amounts of mana, this ability will ensure that Kinnan will always have a sink into which to pour its massive amount of mana.

verucassault

ooo No 5 looks good too, I have this card.

Jagantha, the Wellspring is perhaps one of the most useful mana producers that can live in a player's command zone.

For five mana, Jegantha is a 5/5 that can be tapped to produce one mana of each color! As far as ramp in the form of a commander is concerned, this ability is incredibly useful, providing the utility of five turns' worth of lands. The only caveat is that this mana cannot be used to pay generic costs, meaning any many cost containing a numeric symbol. While this ability may restrict the cards one may include in their deck, this large sum of mana production should not be undervalued.

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