Hidden Gems #24: Even More Wrath of God effects

 

Hello, and welcome to another edition of EDH’s Hidden Gems! Inspired by my recent article spotlighting Commander 2015’s green Wrath, Ezuri’s Predation, in today’s followup edition of EDH Hidden Gems, I will be tackling some recent Wrath of God variants, and hopefully shedding some light on sweeper spells that I never see anyone use in Commander.

Let’s take a look!
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Single Card Discussion: Ezuri’s Predation

 

Hello and welcome back to the Single Card Discussion series! After my pieces on Amonkhet’s new Mouth // Feed and Commander 2013 gem Opal Palace, it’s time to take a look at yet another multiplayer gem that I feel has been sadly overlooked.

Today’s card is one that I’ve thought was highly useful since it was first spoiled, and though it does see play, I’m shocked that more players haven’t looked at it for EDH. Today’s card is the Commander 2015 green Wrath, Ezuri’s Predation.

Let’s take a deeper look at this powerful sweeper!
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Single Card Discussion: Opal Palace

 

Hello and welcome back to the Single Card Discussion series! After my pieces on Amonkhet’s new Dusk // Dawn and Mouth // Feed, it’s time to take a look at yet another multiplayer gem that I feel has been sadly overlooked.

Today’s card is one that I’ve thought was highly useful since it was first spoiled, and though it does see play, I’m shocked that more players haven’t looked at it for EDH. Today’s card is the Commander 2013 land, Opal Palace.

Let’s take a deeper look at this potent card!
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A Major Rebuild of Saskia

 

Welcome to another edition of the article series where I go over changes to my different EDH decks in detail (and where I trash them and rebuild them into something better).

There have been a number of my decks over the last year that have been on the chopping block after disappointing performances and poor games, and many have been culled or changed. Much as I have done before, I rebuilt decks that just aren’t working; this may involve either changing some cards around deck to deck, changing who the general of the deck is, or completely overhauling the entire deck. Since early last year, I’ve been going over each set of changes and additions to my EDH decks, and man, have there ever a lot of them!

Today, we’ll be looking at our new four-color deck, as we rebuild Saskia the Unyielding, swapping in nearly 20 new cards (one fifth of the deck!)

What does this rebuild look like? Let’s find out!
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The End of Anafenza/Atraxa Superfriends, and the Rise of Atraxa +1/+1 Counters

 

Welcome to another edition of the article series where I go over changes to my different EDH decks in detail (and where I trash them and rebuild them into something better).

There have been a number of my decks over the last year that have been on the chopping block after disappointing performances and poor games, and many have been culled or changed. Much as I have done before, I rebuilt decks that just aren’t working; this may involve either changing some cards around deck to deck, changing who the general of the deck is, or completely overhauling the entire deck. Since early last year, I’ve been going over each set of changes and additions to my EDH decks, and man, have there ever a lot of them!

Today, we’ll be looking at our new four-color deck, as we disassemble Anafenza, the Foremost and make a second attempt at building around Commander 2016’s legend Atraxa, Praetors’ Voice.

What would this rebuild look like? Let’s find out!
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Single Card Discussion: Mouth to Feed

 

Hello and welcome back to the Single Card Discussion series! After my pieces on Amonkhet’s new Dusk // Dawn and Commit // Memory, it’s time to take a look at yet another multiplayer gem that I feel has been sadly overlooked.

Today’s card is one that I’ve thought was highly useful since it was first spoiled for Amonkhet, and I’m shocked that more players haven’t looked at it for EDH. Today’s card is the new aftermath card, Mouth // Feed.

Let’s take a deeper look at this potent card!
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Single Card Discussion: Dusk to Dawn

 

Hello and welcome back to the Single Card Discussion series! After my pieces on Amonkhet’s new Pull from Tomorrow and Commit // Memory, it’s time to take a look at yet another multiplayer gem that I feel has been sadly overlooked.

Today’s card is one that I’ve thought was highly useful since it was first spoiled for Amonkhet, and I’m shocked that more players haven’t looked at it for EDH. Today’s card is the new aftermath card, Dusk // Dawn.

Let’s take a deeper look at this potent card!
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Single Card Discussion: Commit to Memory

 

Hello and welcome back to the Single Card Discussion series! After my pieces on Amonkhet’s new Pull from Tomorrow and Kalemne’s Captain, it’s time to take a look at yet another multiplayer gem that I feel has been sadly overlooked.

Today’s card is one that I’ve thought was great since it was first spoiled for Amonkhet, and I’m shocked that more non-Nekusar players don’t mention it for EDH.

Today’s card is the new aftermath card, Commit // Memory. Let’s take a deeper look at this potent card!
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Single Card Discussion: Pull from Tomorrow

 

Hello and welcome back to the Single Card Discussion series! It’s been a while since I wrote one of these, but after my pieces on Westvale Abbey and Kalemne’s Captain, it’s time to take a look at yet another multiplayer gem that I feel has been sadly overlooked.

Today’s card is one that I’ve thought was amazing since it was first spoiled for Amonkhet, and I’m shocked that more people don’t mention it for EDH. Today’s card is the blue card-drawing spell, Pull from Tomorrow.

Let’s take a deeper look at this potent card!
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Rebuilding Orzhov: Triad of Fates

 

Welcome to another edition of the article series where I go over changes to my different EDH decks in detail (and where I trash them and rebuild them into something better).

There have been a number of my decks over the last year that have been on the chopping block after disappointing performances and poor games, and many have been culled or changed. Much as I have done before, I rebuilt decks that just aren’t working; this may involve either changing some cards around deck to deck, changing who the general of the deck is, or completely overhauling the entire deck. Since early last year, I’ve been going over each set of changes and additions to my EDH decks, and man, have there ever a lot of them!

Today, we’ll be looking at our new Orzhov theme deck, built around quirky Theros legend Triad of Fates. Triad was an interesting deck to build, with an awful lot of cards that could work with them, so I was looking forward to trying it out.

What would this rebuild look like? Let’s find out!
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