Wuhan also comes alongside a clause stating that he must attack a randomly selected player each turn, but as a more aggressive strategy, this isn't a awful downside. Radio of the Many is one of the commanders of this list that most visibly choreographs what you want to be doing with your Vol tron strategy.
Most importantly however, is the instant speed nature of this ability, which allows for various equipment-centric shenanigans to be pulled on your opponents turns. One would be hard-pressed to find a voltroncommander that fulfills this strength more effectively than SYR Gwyn, Hero of Ash vale.
As if this wasn't enough, SYR Gwyn also accelerates your strategy by drawing you a card each time an equipped creature you control attacks. The most recent commander on this list, the merfolk Lakes, Crater of Wonders is sure to make a big splash in the world of Vol tron decks.
With SRAM, Senior Edifice at the helm of your Vol tron deck, such a fate is never a possibility. SRAM's ability is very simple: whenever you cast an equipment, aura, or vehicle, draw a card.
Possessing both hex proof and a versatile ability that allows for Market's controller to cast noncreature spells from the top of their library for without paying their costs, East is one of the most popular commander choices in the entire format. While she can be utilized in numerous ways, building a Market deck around a Vol tron strategy is a viable option, allowing for massive and impactful auras to be cast for free and placed on your already difficult to remove Market.
Firstly, he gets +2/+2 for each aura attached to him, creating additional advantages and incentives to build up URL as a threat. URL, the Mist stalker may be a bit MANA intensive for some, as he possesses a converted MANA cost of five, but his flexible NASA color identity and his ability to grow and protect himself makes him the benchmark of what we want to see from Vol tron commanders.
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EDS 32 / 29 I am an ultra-budget player, but I REALLY like Nebular and want to try it on a budget, but it seems like every relevant card is (relatively) expensive.
Commander : Trauma of the Dead Tide Price: $25Goal: Self mill, recur strong creatures with encore. Comments: Main win conditions are drain effects like Gary, Austria Healer, Grim Guardian, or even Gulfport cutthroat. There is a lot of self-mill for gas to get to your win cons, as well as ways to discard cards that are stuck in your hand.
I’m hoping if there’s interested in the community, we can build 40-card partner decks, share our brews, and then see how they play together! A suggested budget-friendly version will be listed below, but this is customizable for each player based on their wishes and their collection, as long as each card is of colorless identity.
Hi Guys, In my playgroup my friends have many combo decks (very long Turns). I don't like combo and all my turns are pretty fast (Yumiko, Atlas (expansive); colophon, rash mi, amino and moraine (Budget).
I'm searching for a new budget- deck with ad many combos (win or endless) to also make looooooong Turns Commander is a casual Magic: the Gathering format, but below the surface of recons is a passionate community of spikes.
The competitive Commander community builds decks that win as efficiently as possible (which an unknowing spectator would unrealistic for a format of 99 different cards). The singleton aspect of Commander allows you to build using different cards with similar effects instead of acquiring four copies of one.
You have room for crazy combos and chaos, and you get to play devastating win conditions early on with easy access to ramp effects. The deck gets its name from using Protean Hulk to eat up Cephalic Illusionist, but offers win conditions through Dread Return targets and either Hermit Druid or Ad Nauseam-Angel’s Grace combos.
Using the tutors and control cards from the UBX core and combining them with the firepower of R keeps Crisis Storm relevant years into the format. The linked list by archetype experts features easy card advantage and a 99 full of staples in the format’s strongest colors.
Access to infinite MANA and card draw means the deck doesn’t really need to play a win condition. The printings of See, the Immortal and Eternal Scourge breathed new life into the Food Chain decks commanded by Pro ssh.
Remove Nazi and ‘cast from exile’ dudes with Food Chain and trigger your Allies any number of times. He’s been built for star, enchantress, and vol tron, but here we have a list that uses Our only as a backup plan to an ultra-fast combo deck.
Refer’s Gatherer ruling states that his last ability also affects planes walkers that come into your control after he resolves, meaning that you can incrementally produce more MANA across permanents while drawing your deck. Today the Top Frog is built for combing with infinite MANA into a cleanup step win with Reith’s Edge (yes, that’s an actual sentence).
The deck has dipped in popularity because the combo is overly-complicated and difficult to execute while being weak to star and control metal. You’ll take long turns, your friends will hate you, and you might have an aneurysm navigating the win.
This is a Commander interpretation of Kiki-Jiki Mirror Breaker Birthing Pod that uses the black from TNA the Weaver to access the format’s strongest tutors. The deck can “accidentally” win by landing Kiki-Jiki and one of its infinite combo partners like LIDAR Guardian or Village Bell-Ringer.
But it mostly plays out like a 4C value midrange deck with hate bears like Even Mind censor, Eidolon of Rhetoric, and Lineal, Keeper of Silence. The man abase can feel greedy, asking RRR if you’re forced to hard-cast Kiki-Jiki, but want to hard-cast Kiki-Jiki when you run Birthing Pod and Nisan, the Wanderer Bard.
Choir, Weathertight Captain is new to Magic at the time of writing this article but was destined to hit the competitive Commander scene. This nifty list runs over 30 historic cards to trigger Choir’s draw effect.
And so are the ways you can end the game; there are multiple win conditions including Antireflux Reservoir, Cochran Scepter (for infinite Lightning Bolts or Swan Song tokens), or Words of Wind effects. The deck “hacks” Movie Via, Mimic Visionary by using Mind Bend or Sleight of Mind to change his second ability from triggering “Whenever you cast a blue creature spell” to “whenever you cast a green creature spell.” Once you have out Movie Via, “hack” him and start dropping Elves.