Updated Apr 19, 2020 by TheW0rldWarri0r using our MTG Deck Builder. Card Kingdom 1009.4 - 1087.48 . That’s about all there is for this Forgotten Harvest. While slightly on the expensive side, Consumptive Goo provides another route for +1/+1 counter amplification, while also removing a weenie in the process. Terms of Use | 1 Decklist 2 New cards 3 Double-faced tokens 4 References The new cards in the deck are: Bloodline … Mairsil Voltron by jcsm89 Report Deck Name ONLINE. TCGPlayer 717.57 - 1036.17 . Contact | Forgotten Harvest – Mairsil, Pretending to be a Voltron. Lastly, I’ve included a card to help add some chaos to your Mairsil games: Bane Alley Broker (99 decks). Playtest v1. In this deck, it provides the best evasion, as well as some very relevant haste, all thanks to an activated ability that could end up on a Necrotic Ooze or Havengul Lich. Hence, I’ve included Merrow Wavebreakers in the deck. This card, and a couple other Sunburst cards I’ll talk about later, seem right at home in this deck, even if they can’t be cast for their full potential. Once again, it’s time for another Forgotten Harvest, the article series where I highlight the most underplayed cards on EDHREC, clocking in at 300 decks or less.And, as has become common practice for me in this series, I’ll be taking a commander that isn’t supposed to “Voltron” and suiting it up for battle. Format: Commander User Submitted Deck Deck Date: Jul 27, 2020 Archetype: Mairsil, the Pretender. The cost of discarding a card is actually a benefit here since it will allow Mairsil to pluck creatures and artifacts with tasty activated abilities right out of the graveyard. Edit. This site © 2020 TappedOut.net, LLC October 1, 2019 by Kyle Keller . The Hydra sees play in 102 decks, and while I’m sure there are better iterations of both of its abilities, getting them both on a single card is very valuable. Forgotten Harvest – Mairsil, Pretending to be a Voltron October 1, 2019 by Kyle Keller Mairsil pretends a lot. Honestly, if I were looking at cards to cut, this would probably be high on the list due to the cost of the ability, but for now it helps keep the mana curve in check, and it functions well on its own without our commander. Providing a cheap way to untap Mairsil while also granting evasion fits right in line with this deck’s gameplan. EDIT: I did not realize at the time of filming this video that gifts ungiven is banned in commander. Browse > Home / Decks / Commander / Mairsil, the Pretender / Mairsil Voltron This deck is not legal due to the following reasons: Deck contains card outside your deck's color identity: ["Temple of Enlightenment"] The deck will be not publicly searchable until the above errors are fixed. While it does hurt that you can only use the effect once a turn, having multiple Avengers can help that. This site is unaffiliated. 112.11. Auto-suggestions v1. He loves non-lethal combos, obscure deck themes, Cloudstone Curio, and winning with Coalition Victory. Browse > Home / Decks / Commander / Mairsil, the Pretender / Mairsil Voltron This deck is not legal due to the following reasons: Deck contains card outside your deck's color identity: ["Temple of Enlightenment"] The deck will be not publicly searchable until the above errors are fixed. Looking at the decklist below reveals the large number of artifacts in this Grixis build, so it makes sense to include Syndicate Trafficker, both for the easy +1/+1 counter, but also the protection of indestructibility it can grant to Mairsil when caged. You may activate each of … Copied to clipboard. This will require TappedOut.js included in your blog. Sadly, Anthroplasm‘s ability doesn’t stack well, as it removes all counters on the card before adding the new ones. One of the lessons I learned from my Mairsil, the Pretender deck was card economy: trying to optimize every creature card in the deck to support my general. 25.95 tix 3 Mythic, 23 Rare, 31 Uncommon, 28 Common, 1 Special. I’m going to be covering a few of the cards that they’ve mentioned before, but I highly recommend checking those articles out to get the full picture of this commander. And while that’s not a very good reason to play it, the versatility in removing generic counters from permanents does come in handy. Maybe having even a third or fourth version of the card would be beneficial. First up, we have an excellent option in Marchesa’s Smuggler. Feeds | And don’t forget that, while Mairsil only allows each activated ability to be used once a turn, Souldrinker‘s “free” ability is something you can do each turn: by the time it gets to be your turn again, Mairsil could already be an 8/8.