Bojuka Bog

Bojuka Bog: INFO

  • Used in 3 decks in EDH Chamber
  • Found in 13 different themes in EDH Chamber
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    Themes for Bojuka Bog

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    Bojuka Bog seems to be an EDH staple as it has so many differents themes listed!

    Illustrated by James Ryman

    Aristocrats

    Aristocrat decks are a combination of sacrifice effects, reanimating and value creation. Wincons revolve around multiple triggers, either from dying, ETB or cast triggers.

    Cathars Crusade: Illustrated by Karl Kopinski

    +1/+1 counters

    White has many great support spells and permanents for +1/+1 counters theme. Counters theme is often combined with White-weenie or token strategy and turns the small creatures into a formidable force.

    Archfiend of Ifnir: Illustrated by Seb McKinnon

    -1/-1 Counters

    -1/-1 counters are an opposite of +1/+1 counters. -1/-1 counter decks use -1/-1 counters as a resource and manipulate them for their benefit. Moving, adding and removing the counters on the right moment can turn the tide of the game.

    Anointed Procession: Illustrated by Victor Adame Minguez

    Tokens

    Mono white token decks aim to create a mass of small creature tokens and then with anthem effects or +1/+1 counter defeat the opponents in combat. White token decks are aggressive decks and aim to flood the battlefield soon rather than later due to the weaker card draw mono white has access to.

    Dakmor Salvage: Illustrated by John Avon

    Dredge

    Dredge is triggered ability for a card with dredge ability. It triggers whenever you have a card draw, and it basically allows you to return the dredge card from your graveyard to your hand and mill the amount of cards named instead of drawing a card. Dredge is very strong ability for recursion and milling your self.

    Demonic Embrace: Illustrated by Sidharth Chaturvedi

    Discard

    The ways to discard are plenty: cycling, rummaging, end steps discard phase, to name a few. Discard decks are built around triggers from discarding, like madness and synergizes well with reanimating.

    Illustrated by James Ryman

    Aristocrats

    Aristocrat decks are a combination of sacrifice effects, reanimating and value creation. Wincons revolve around multiple triggers, either from dying, ETB or cast triggers.

    Reanimate: Illustrated by Johann Bodin

    Reanimate

    Reanimate decks brings back creatures from the graveyard straight to the battlefield. The reanimated creatures are often expensive to cast, like demons, and are complete haymakers compared to the reanimation costs.

    Grindstone: Illustrated by Greg Simanson

    Mill

    Milling in mono blue can be done in two clear ways: self-mill or regular mill. In self-mill, blue usually tries to find some kind of an infinite loop piece and retrieve it from the graveyard or run the Thassa's Oracle or Laboratory Maniac combo. In the regular mill the goal is to mill opponents whole libraries and win by having an opponent draw from an empty library.

    Demon of Loathing: Illustrated by Tomasz Jedruszek

    Demon Tribal

    Drakuseth, Maw of Flames: Illustrated by Grzegorz Rutkowski

    Dragon tribal

    Dragons, alongside Goblins, are reds primary creature types. Dragons are reds strongest creatures and most of the expansions have some kind of red dragon in them. As dragons are expensive to cast, dragon tribal decks run multiple cost reduction effects and have ways to cheat the expensive dragons on the battlefield.

    Avacyn, Angel of Hope: Illustrated by Jason Chan

    Angel Tribal

    Angels are one of Magics strongest creatures, and are comparable to Dragons and Demons. Angels are strong, flying creatures, with often static abilities or strong ETB triggers.

    Sneak Attack: Illustrated by Tyler Jacobson

    Cheat Permanents

    Cheating permanents to the battlefield is available in every colours. How the permanents are cheated into play depends on the colours available, eg black uses reanimation from the battlefield and red uses sneaking, meaning the permanent will be sacced in the end of the turn.

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    Orzhov counter aristocrats: Felisa Fang of Silverquill

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    Karador, Ghost Chieftain, art by: Todd Lockwood. Karador is the third most popular abzan commander in EDHREC for abzan.

    Abzan graveyard creatures deck: Karador, Ghost Chieftain

    Creature decks and graveyard decks are very popular archetypes in commander. Abzan provides great synergies for both colors and Karador is great choice as a commander for both playstyles.
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    Angels and Demons – Kaalia of the Vast

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