Magic: the Gathering
Modern Horizons II cEDH set review
This article presents some new cards from Modern Horizons II and how they may impact competitive Commander.
fringe(I'll definitely test it on my Rashmi, Eternities Crafter), however in lists with many colors, the high quality of existing cards will be a difficult barrier to overcome for blue Evoke. Grief follows the same pattern, there aren't many decks relevant in the hand disruption format. And Endurance deserves a spot on the list.
Turbo Nausdeck that uses Codie, Vociferous Codex as an Ad Nauseam in the command zone and the interaction is simple:
Instant or Sorcerycosting 0. The deck now runs Profane Tutor to tutor Ad Nauseam. It's important to mention that Codie's ability doesn't give "cascade" on permanents with mana cost 0, so there's no restriction on not being able to run mana rocks such as Mana Crypt. The deck is extremely consistent and fast, although recent, as strategies with Ad Nauseam were already a commonplace in the format. The 5-color goodstuff pile, in addition to the new tutor and maximizing cards with CMC 1, needs some rituals to sacrifice Codie, since it's quite complicated to storm without being able to cast permanents.
asymmetricallyaffects multiple decks in the format, while generating value in a deck with Tymna, the Weaver and preparing for a big payoff with his ability. Shadow could simply be unblockable because another creature with Shadow on the board will be another Dauthi Voidwalker, and it wouldn't be used to block under any circumstances.
Heliod, the Sun-Crowned, where his power can grow thanks to the commander.