Discord Server | The advantage at this stage of the game is that we only need one threat alive and actionable to win. Goblin Welder is the perfect one drop that lets us exploit our strategy early game. Other people can view your private deck by using this url, Seems there are no cards in the Acquireboard. EDH, to me, is a brewer’s paradise with nigh unlimited possibilities. As usual we include a removal package and counter magic suite to keep our threats alive. On the Sharuum list you can see the inclusions of: Like combo, reanimator is about speed and landing our threat quickly. Complete Comment Tutorial! Contact | Now that our threats are successfully reanimated, we enter the mid-game. Mana required: Breya has to be in play for this one since it generates colorless, so there's 4 for breya … This is a Breya, Etherium Shaper EDH deck that I came up with. Daretti, Scrap Savant’s minus two ability is ideal for our purpose. That’s the secret! DMCA requests | To do this, we use EDHREC for recommendations based on Daretti, Scrap Savant and Sharuum the Hegemon. Now that we have our threats identified and a way to bring them into the graveyard, we need to discover the top ways to bring them back. Updated Jun 06, 2020 by ThreefoldSun using our MTG Deck Builder. TappedOut.js Blog Widget. His local EDH playgroup includes a level 2 judge, and many other skilled veteran players. EDH, to me, is a brewer’s paradise with nigh unlimited possibilities. Due to this fragility, we need counter magic to get in for the win. Ideally the mid-game is where our reanimator list ends the match. Sharrum is very similar to Breya and will show us cards used in the rest of our color palette. If we are against a heavy control or stax opponent, the healthy amount of draw and the ability to reanimate many threats should allow us to keep alive in the late game as we try to ‘out-value’ our opponents. Just like combo, our ability to win often hinges on the survival of one or two cards. For this reason, this list keeps the average CMC below three, runs fast mana, and a number of cheap mana rocks. With an ample pool of mana, we should be able to protect our threats or obtain new ones, while keeping our opponent’s threats manageable with cheap targeted removal. Breya is a hot topic commander as … This strategy allows us to have the mana available to play multiple spells per turn for our reanimation turn and all turns following. On turn three the focus should move to dumping our threats into the graveyard. The main strategy is to sac artifacts and then bring them back over and over, but if you need to, you can take as many turns as you want with Time Sieve and Thopter Assembly. This allows us to get around Ghostly Prison and Propaganda effects that can lock out decks that “go wide”. Select it to see additional blue instant and sorceries often played of similar ability such as Frantic Search and Compulsive Research. The ability to both perform a powerful action and protect it from other players is one of the primary separators of power levels among decks. As many well versed EDH players know, Breya, Etherium Shaper is a well defined commander, both in fun, artifact tribal decks and extremely competitive, fast playgroups. This is a Breya, Etherium Shaper EDH deck that I came up with. Privacy statement | Dev is a veteran magic player with over fifteen years of experience across multiple formats. You can now import it in the MTG Arena client. Copied to clipboard. Slots: 2 at best; 4 for redundancy. This combo works by sac'ing Breya and/or her thopters for colorless mana and then bouncing Breya in and out using displacer or deathmantle. However, what happens if you do not feel like playing combo? Finally, we have our rummage effects. Primarily using the graveyard as a second hand can provide resilience against sweepers and many effects common in EDH. Alternative Outcomes seeks to use the power of EDHREC to help identify key cards and unique interactions in existing archetypes that help bring our alternative brews to life. In addition to MTG, Dev is also a seasoned Game Master, IT security expert, and participates in his local wargaming community. Reanimate because, in EDH, we can afford the life loss when bringing back a reasonable threat. Welcome to the home of Alternative Outcomes, a series of self-expression through the development and brewing of alternative builds, often of popular commanders. Help | I have proudly played Magic the Gathering player for over fifteen years with competitive experience across multiple formats. In the end, this is a traditional reanimator list that sets itself up for a strong mid-game transition. Attention! Rummage is red’s loot effect, just with more chaos. This is the key reason why stronger decks strive to maintain a low average CMC. To finalize the list, I threw together a modest mana base that should provide easy access to the colors you need. EDHREC relies on ads to pay server costs and fund new features. For those that don't know, Breya was released in the commander 2016 preconstructed decks, and made an impact on the format immediately. Now for the fun part, how to actually go about piloting this list. This site © 2020 TappedOut.net, LLC Commander Mechanic – Breya, Etherium Shaper PATRON SPECIAL EDH Deck Tech Tune-Up Episode 14 August 17, 2020 by Community Spotlight #EDH #Commander #MTG This week’s deck tech is another Patron Special front-of-the-line tune up, where YOUR Commander Mechanic tunes up an EDH deck led by Breya, Etherium Shaper! The first step is to identify our win conditions and primary threats. I have for you a lovely brew, Breya, the Grave Shaper. The first couple of turns focus on getting out our early game ramp in the form of fast mana, signets, and talismans. Remember that talk about wheels, looting, and rummage? The main strategy is to sac artifacts … Then, by turn four, you should have access to enough mana to both attempt the reanimation of your threat and protect it. Daretti’s list focuses on rummage effects for its draw engine, so we can look there for ideal choices such as Faithless Looting, the new Cathartic Reunion and the well known Tormenting Voice. Buried Alive is my favorite graveyard combo tutor. This should satisfy our wheel count. Magic the Gathering, FNM is TM and copyright Wizards of the Coast, Inc, a subsidiary of Hasbro, Inc. All rights reserved. As many of you know, Breya, Etherium Shaper from Commander 2016 quickly became one of the most popular commanders in the entire format. This annoying message will go away once you do. If you click on “Wheel of Fortune” you can see the top cards played alongside this one, including the popular blue wheel, Windfall. This site is unaffiliated. Until next time! Combining those tools with access to all our tutors should quickly get us exactly what we need into play. The Magic community’s collective infatuation with Breya was understandable, as there weren’t many thematic options for an artifact-focused blue-red, Grixis, or Jeskai deck. Living Death can save us post a boardwipe game loss. This Breya list makes thematic use of artifacts and her unique color palette to wheel, loot, and rummage our way to victory. Scrap Mastery is a fantastic way to get extreme value post wheel or after a boardwipe. Exhume is great because, ideally, our creatures are scarier than theirs. The name’s “Dev”, and I will be your guide on these journeys. As looting is primarily a blue ability, we find Thirst for Knowledge in Sharuum’s list of signature cards. Articles and comments are user-submitted and do not represent official endorsements of this site. The cards I note for the win conditions and threats: Now that our threats are established, let’s look at how to get them onto the field. Breya, nim-deathmantle/Eldrazi Displacer, Krark-Clan Ironworks/Ashnod's Alter/Grand Archetect I submitted a much less focused decklist here to r/edh and got the feedback that I should remove some of the combos and make it more focused with more card draw and interaction so I tried to do that. Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window). Dance of the Dead is a little expensive, but the tax is not too bad for getting us so far ahead I hope you enjoy piloting Breya, the Grave Shaper as much as I did brewing the list. Daretti’s list shows him running various wheel-effects like Reforge the Soul and Wheel of Fortune. Trash for Treasure is a solid card that we can cast early game with good ramp. Feeds | Daretti’s minus 2 ability is thematically how our deck intends to work so his recommendations may apply in our case. Entomb is another graveyard tutor Instead of drawing and then discarding, you discard first and then draw. Reanimator has been my personal favorite deck archetype, as I love the concept of using my graveyard has a second hand and “cheating” threats into play from that zone.