- 1 How many Shadowborn apostles should I have?
- 2 Is Shadowborn Apostle legal in EDH?
- 3 Can you have multiples in Commander?
- 4 What cards can you have multiple of in Commander?
- 5 How many EDH relentless rats are there?
- 6 Why is Lutri banned Commander?
- 7 Is Sol Ring banned in Commander?
- 8 Can you exile a Commander?
How many Shadowborn apostles should I have?
you probably want about 20-25 apostles.
Is Shadowborn Apostle legal in EDH?
Yes, in most versions of EDH you are allowed to play any number of Shadowborn Apostle, same as with Relentless Rats.
Can you have multiples in Commander?
In Commander, each player chooses a legendary creature as the commander of their deck. During the game, you can cast your commander multiple times, meaning your favorite Legendary Creature can come back again and again to lead the charge as you battle for victory!
What cards can you have multiple of in Commander?
A Commander deck is 100 cards and you can’t have more than one of any card that isn’t a basic land. That means it’s a little bit harder to try and optimise than most formats, but that’s also a big part of its charm.
How many EDH relentless rats are there?
in a standard deck you can exceed the 4 card limit with Relentless Rats.
Why is Lutri banned Commander?
What we don’t understand is why Lutri is banned within the ninety-nine. It’s a singleton format so the chance of seeing the Elemental Otter is relatively low. You can run a bunch of instant and sorceries but it doesn’t break the format in half, and there are worse cards making waves in Commander at present anyway.
Is Sol Ring banned in Commander?
While most players will end up editing and making some cuts from the preconstructed lists, Sol Ring isn’t exactly at the front of the line to get cut. In fact, Sol Ring is already banned in Wizards’ “Duel Commander” format on MTGO; a more streamlined and competitive version of Commander where players start at 30 life.
Can you exile a Commander?
If Gerrard is your commander, you can exile it into the command zone from your graveyard. You’ll still return your artifact and creature cards. Permanent spells that were countered earlier in the turn never entered the battlefield, so they won’t be returned by Gerrard’s ability.