Even if you don't always get Griselbrand Also, you won't draw as much hate from people if you play Omn. He also can only come out on turn 2 unless you luck into drawing a Lotus Petal or something. I even understand why people like to play infinite combos, though I disagree with their use. Omnath is debatably better than Roff, I was thinking of building a Roff deck for a while, but decided against it as it is far too likely he might get the banhammer... pleanty of people are begging. Yeah, sorry again :(. Rofellos, from what the RC/CAG has told me, is banned more because of its consistency than its power level. That's why it was played. But as a commander I completely understand why he shouldn't be unbanned. Now, should he be unbanned? is. onto the battlefield in EDH. DMCA requests | Creatures take time and mana to play, and it takes a long time to build up any considerable number of creatures unless you're running a token strategy. The thing about Rofellos is that he was banned for awhile and then was unbanned on the basis that having him as your general forces you into monogreen and despite the ramp, the spells you are playing just aren't as devastating as the spells the other colors are playing. © 2020 MagicFind, Inc. All rights reserved. If you open with a T1 Sol Ring and Sylvan Primordial which seems like a bad reason for the spirit of the format. Maybe I'm missing something but I don't think its that broken.... @canterlotguardian: I suppose I can't blame you if you only play with those cards. Sylvan Primordial and Imperial Seal rofellos enables almost unbeatable ramped out shenanigans. Articles and comments are user-submitted and do not represent official endorsements of this site. Or a Blightsteel Colossus with greaves. Also, the 1/99 argument is not convincing enough for creatures because there are plenty of tutors and card-to-yard effects that can enable a reaminator deck to function quickly and consistently. But that's my whole point. This site © 2020 TappedOut.net, LLC Discord Server | , but I wouldn't be surprised if that experiment ended in failure. , and even Griselbrand Discord Server | He definitely is overpowered as a general...but that's balanced out by the lack of gamebreaking spells and card draw in mono-green. Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth or Doubling Season It may very well be that the RC decided to keep it banned when they looked at the Legacy and Vintage lists and decided that allowing Sol Ring has a cost and only generates colorless mana seems to be enough to keep it legal.". Sure it can make all your creatures protected from everything with Akroma's Memorial Makes me glad I have a small LGS that don't have access to some of these little nuggets of gold. Will the RC consider even testing him? I'm pretty sure that in Legacy, if you drew 14 cards on T2, you'd be set up for a win just about as much as if you'd have drawn 35 cards on, say, T6 or T7 in EDH. At first glance I feel like it is out of place, but reading it over and just having some cards pop to mind that are even just in standard or modern play could really abuse a system as this. . It is not for discussion of why the rules exist. He essentially doubles your mana for free. i'm mostly just arguing because i'm bored at work, so i can give it a rest. HeroInMyOwnMind ~ that is really the point of issue. Griselbrand You could EASILY find 14-15 tutors in edh therefore giving you 1 card in 15 that can get him. Painters servant offers a lot to the format, even if it combos with one other card. it's different for every playgroup. Also I disagree with the idea of the RC creating two separate ban lists. Plus, it's limited by the number of Forests you have, so unless you're running mono-green, it's not as big of a "threat" as everyone says it is. individual stores or tournament organizers can then use the list as a starting point, and ban or unban cards for the specific event they plan to run. and Gifts Ungiven , Rofellos, Llanowar Emissary is highly abusable with that kind of ramp. Maybe the creators felt that was unfair? d out of a deck. @HeroInMyOwnMind: that's why the creators of the format put the fine print on their "banlist." is basically Yawgmoth's Bargain They don't force equal outcome. Wizards doesn't have a rule that says "you may only play one land per turn, unless your opponents agree that everyone can play as many lands as they feel like.".

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