You'll end up controlling Fugitive Wizard, C controls Grizzly Bear and B controls Gilded Drake. Most decks of those colours will involve some sort of stax to compensate for the lack of tutors and card advantage provided by UB. Cards like Gilded Drake, Gonti, and the clones allow us to exile opponent’s permanents or steal them and use them for our own devices. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the CompetitiveEDH community. I'm currently building and playtesting a Karn, Silver Golem deck. (This effect lasts indefinitely.) I want to make this as competitive as possible. What happens if I flicker Gilded Drake before the ability resolves? Attention! Etb abuse can destroy board states, ramp, create hand destruction, and bring us the win. Commander / EDH When you are ready to step up, then come to the competitive side of the format. • a CEDH related question that you have had that you'd like answering, • questions about individual cards, including newly spoiled cards from upcoming sets. Note that for purely Magic rules related questions, your best resource is the MTG Judges chat. The comment should contain: • a breakdown of the meta you expect your deck to operate in, • a general overview of what the deck wants to do. Feb. 1, 2019. This ability still resolves if its target becomes illegal. I’m grateful for any help. I played the deck 3 times but seem to never get it running properly. I enjoy the artifact theme combined with the beefy eldrazi's but am worrying it is too much for one deck. I recognize Enduring, Ashnod, and Ornithopter for infinite mana and storm. If play Gilded Drake and exile it with Mistmeadow Witch before Gilded Drake 's enter the battlefield ability resolves, do I still get control of a creature?. Help | Additions i'd like $30 or less per card, but would look at some cards up to $50 just mainly don't want to buy og dual lands and other expensive older cards. TappedOut.js Blog Widget, Massive deck rework — A (you), B and C are the players. I want to get mana and do some big stuff/win game. I took out my splinter twin package for doomsday but let me know what you think can come out or go in. It's a great deck to start with and upgrade as your competition improves and you want to improve with it. You have a Panharmonicon in play and then play Gilded Drake: Two Gilded Drake ETBs get put on the stack and you choose choose up to 1 targets for both of those triggers. Spark Double, Aminatou, and Altar for infinite Mill Discord Server | Thanks for taking the time to look at my deck. you think you will but you won't, don't do it. Sorry if this seems very confusing stream-of-thought. An ETB deck that makes infinite mana and then wins though a couple of ways either; bouncing until draw whole deck then winning with Fish or Lab Man, or playing Torment of Hailfire with X equals infinite. Copied to clipboard. • any problems you've been having with it. We very much look forward to working with you all. Hi I'm new to cEDH i don't even have my deck built completely but I'm getting there slowly. Feeds | I'm expecting a pretty broad meta, good amount of blue, things like gitrog/teferi/najeela pretty diverse. Is 29 lands the right amount or should there be more in the deck? Is this viable for a midrangey deck in cedh? Panharmonicon affects triggered abilities of permanents you control that trigger when an artifact or creature enters the battlefield under any player’s control, not just yours. Check the sidebar for sample decklists of current top decks in the meta. Since the are unable to “exchange” does gilded drake die? I suffered a lot when I started at esper and then regret years for not starting in a green based color combo. Of those, Teferi is waaaay cheaper since it's mono blue. If you choose the same creature twice with the same trigger, you'll first swap with whatever you targeted and then switch back. Upgraded land base significantly and added more powerful counterspells, artifacts, and creatures while reducing overall cmc. And, how does it get Angel into play? Feb. 9, 2019, Potential updates — Lots of new stuff, more aggressive and less control leading to higher board interactivity and hopefully increased wins! If you don't make an exchange, sacrifice Gilded Drake. How does the first ability resolve since the second one already resolved and your opponent has now control of gilded drake? Peregrine Drake, Dead Eye Navigator, and Corpse Knight/Altar of the brood for infinite mill/damage I found it on Google and I'm unsure what to think. I don't see relevant reanimation for the Angel itself. Below are just some wincons for this deck. Player B controls a Grizzly Bear and C has a Fugitive Wizard. Asked by Kilroy54 5 years ago. If you choose something with the first ("bottommost") trigger and nothing with the second one, you'll sac Drake and no exchange is made because Drake isn't on the battlefield anymore. But, where's the last piece? I recognize Architect and Pili for infinite mana. WUB (Esper). If you don't or can't make an exchange, sacrifice Gilded Drake. When Gilded Drake enters the battlefield, exchange control of Gilded Drake and up to one target creature an opponent controls. Even at a full budget with all the expensive Mana rocks, Sans-wubrg is a very limited color combination. I've been looking into enrage combo, and while it will never be cEDH viable, it could be decently fast, maybe turn 6. My question may be very general, but still worth trying as I’m fairly new to EDH format and wanted to raise my skills. One personal advise, playing this format is a hell expensive, so try to stick to your prefered colors. I tried to capture what I was thinking reading this list. When Gilded Drake enters the battlefield, exchange control of Gilded Drake and up to one target creature an opponent controls. This deck can play multiple styles and goes for the win wherever available. I’ve got myself a very interesting choice of commanders to build around, and I’d like to know which one would be good for a starting point in cEDH and just EDH in general, because I’d like to start playing and gain more experience, but not cripple myself by choosing something that I cannot afford with my casual EDH skills: The only thing I learned by surfing different forums is that all of this commanders are particularly very strong and their decks are completely different on the table. Thassa’s Oracle and Demonic Consultation provide and alternate win con and are useful pieces themselves to protect other combos or to dig for a much needed card.