Top Dosan the Falling Leaf EDH magicdeck

Which style should I pick for Dosan the Falling Leaf

Before you build your deck, you must learn. Study the mid games and you get a tactical step ahead. Do you like control, combo pieces or do you wanna to rush the game with a accellerated creature push, which will force your adversary to quit Balance your deck out and put your deck in the golden spot. The golden zone between control decks and combo decks are the master of commander. When that’s said there are also alternative great strategies in other directions, like versatileness which is very essential when you are not playing one on one. Ifyou are making a Dosan the Falling Leaf deck, you need to depend on 1 synergy. It doesn’t mean that you cannot have sub synergies. But be careful not to diffuse your primary focus. Sub strategies can in best case work isolated, but also as support for your primary strategy. This will take time to learn.

This are the stax for Dosan the Falling Leaf, which are must haves

For each color, there are some magic cards, which are so robust, that all decks should have them – no matter which commander you are having. Normally green has ramp, blue has counterspells, carddraw or mass bounce. Red has some essential combo cards and black got tutors. Lastly white has board wipes and tokens. This was only to mention a few of them. You will also need some classic artifacts, like Solemn simulacrum. If you consistently choose these cards – all your edh decks will look the same and get very monotonous. So except if your are playing only for winning – you should mix your game up now and then and experiment with new cards. When looking for new cards you should off course focus on CMC. Your manavurce I EDH, isn’t so important as in modern or vintage, but you got to have early board control or defence. If you don’t build a synergy to your commander, you should analyse on two parameters, when chosing cards. 1. The highest outcome and 2. the undermost outcome.

1. Specific cards got big effect potential, e.g. exile every permanents and withdraw a card for each permanent that left the battlefield this way. Other cards like a single spot removal got a natural low maximum effect.

2. Then we also got the minimum effect. A mass removal has a minimum effect of nothing – because there might not be any creatures on the board when the spell resolves. Other cards for example basic lands are more safe to cast and works promptly, which raises the minimum effect. Aim for a card, that performs both ways if it makes sense. It is great plan to have a good mix of cards with both advantages, but even better to have cards, that works in both ways in some amount.

How strongly should you try going for a win con from combos

It is funny to win. But the winning feeling can be filled with sourness, if your enemies disrespect your win condition. Some combo wins are more good-natured than others. Here are some piece of advice about which combokills to avoid:

• Avoid playing 2 cards infinite combos, that results in immediately win.

• Avoid making mass land destruction – unless you’re able to kill within a couple of turns.

• Avoid funnel visioning on one supercombo – it’s repetitive

• Do not use a ton of tutorcards to search for the same combo cards turn after turn

• Avoid using repeatable draw, card search and control which causes a long and slow victory.

Nobody appreciate to wait for long turns. When that’s said you have tomust choose how aggressive you wanna play. There is a fine line among casual and competitive magic. Individual play groups are generally more casual. Public play groups are in between. Finally the high end tournaments, arranged by retailers or magic shops, are the most competitive, where the level of fun is non excisting.

Greatest mana acceleration cards for Dosan the Falling Leaf

Mana acceleration is essential when playing tempo as well as preperating for late game bombs. If you do not get a mana acceleration card within the first four draw steps, you will lose terrain to your competants – specially if you are third in turn order. You shall blend ramp cards ranging from CMC 2 to cmc 4. The best land ramp cards can search for any land cards and put those in to the battlefield tapped or untapped. This will force the mana-curve and let you cast high cmc bombs sooner. Lands put directly into the battlefield is much more safe methop to ramping, instead of using artifact stones or other mana utilities – thus that lands are harder to exile. If you are green it’s easy to get great ramp cards. If you do not play green, you have to look at alternative sources.

Which MTG cards does the top EDH players suggests

If you study the decks from world cup you can see that edh commander is not the most typical playing format in the EDH tour. But on this website we have summed up all the greatest cards within a long money span. You might don’t wanna focus alone on the best cards, but also on the popular cards, creative suggestions, bizarre alternatives, and proposals from the best in the world tour.

Do you wanna play competitive budget or for fun

Competitive can be an expensive affair. Playing casual can be a too fun and you maybe want to boost your win rate. A low budget deck is nice, but it can get too economical and you miss out on good cards in the middle-range and top-range. You need to find a balance that suits your wish and budget range.

Other alternative magic cards to Dosan the Falling Leaf

Magic the Gathering is a funny – especially when playing Emperor. Even though you have the optimal commander for your EDH-deck. You maybe want to amend it now and then to boost your playing experience.