Leading Tor Wauki deck

Which strategy type should I pick for Tor Wauki

Before you build your deck, you must learn. Study the meta game and you get a strategic step ahead. Do you like control, combo or do you wanna to speed up with a fast paced creature push, that can force your opponent to quit Harmonize your deck and put your tactics in the mid range. The diamond zone from control decks & combo-decks are the master of EDH. When that’s said there are also other great strategies in other dimension, like adaptability which is very essential when you are not playing one on one. Ifyou are working on a Tor Wauki deck, you must rely on one deck-synergy. That doesn’t mean that you cannot have supporting synergies. But be careful not to diffuse your main synergy. 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 cards for Tor Wauki, that are must haves

For each color, there are some magiccards, which are so overpowered, that all EDH-decks should have these cards – regardless which commander you are playing with. Typically green has manacards, blue has counterspells, draw or mass bounce. Red has some useful combo pieces and black got tutors. Finally white has mass removal and tokens. This list was only to name a fewcards. You also need some critical artifacts, like Sol ring. If you consistently pick these cards – all your commander decks will be the same and get pretty uninteresting. So except if you’re playing only to win – you should blend things up occasionally and test new cards. When dealing with new cards you should obviously concentrate on CMC. Your mana-curve I EDH, is not crucial as in modern or legacy, but you have to possess early control or defence grid. If we don’t focus on synergy to your commander, you should consider on 2 things, when picking cards. 1. The highest effect and 2. the minimum outcome.

1. Specific cards has big potential effect, for example destroy every creatures and withdraw a card for each permanent that left the battlefield this way. Other cards like a direct damage got a obvious small upper level effect.

2. Then we also got the lowest effect. A board clearence has a minimum effect of 0 – thus there might not be any creatures on the board when it is being cast. Other cards e.g. direct damage are more unrisky to cast and takes effect promptly, which raises the minimum effect. Aim for a card, that works both directions if possible. It’s great plan to have a good mix of cards with the two assets, and even better to have cards, that works in both ways in some level.

How strongly should you build for a combo win

It is funny to win. But the feeling can be filled with sourness, if your competitors dislike your win. Some combo wins are more likeable than others. Here are some tips about which combos to skip out on:

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

• Avoid making mass mana removal – without being able to kill within few turns.

• Avoid funnelize one combo – it is tiresome

• Don’t use a ton of tutors to search for the same combo pieces turn after turn

• Avoid using repeatable draw, card search and control that results a long and slowly death to your opponents.

Nobody appreciate to wait for slow turns. When that’s said you have tomust decide how competitive you want to play. There’s a thin line among casual and competitive magic. Independent playgroups are usually more casual. Organized play communities are in the middle. Finally the competitive events, organized by retailers or shops, are the most competitive, where the fun level is absent.

Top land ramp cards for Tor Wauki

Mana acceleration is essential when playing aggressive and also when preparing for high cmc cards. If you don’t hit a land ramp card within the first four draw steps, you are losing momentum to your enemies – specially if you are third in turn order. You should mix mana ramp cards in the range from CMC two to cmc 4. The best mana acceleration cards will fetch for non-basic land cards and put them into the battlefield tapped or untapped. This will bend the manacurve and let you play high cmc cards sooner. Lands put into the battlefield is much more secure methop to ramping, instead of using mana rocks or other mana tactics – thus that lands are harder to destroy. If you are using green it is easy to find great ramp cards. If you do not play green, you need to look at non green cards.

Which MTG cards does the top recommends

If you look at the decks from Pro-tour you can see that commander is not a typical playing format in the Pro-tour. But on this website we have collected all the best cards within a long money range. You maybe won’t focus alone on the best cards, but more on the funny cards, alternative suggestions, bizarre alternatives, and proposals from the best EDH players in the country.

Do you wanna play to win low budget or casual

Competitive is an expensive thing. Casual magic can be a little too casual and you might wanna increase your winrate. A cheap deck is attractive, but it can get way too low-priced and you will miss good cards in the middle-range and top-range. You have to to choose a level that suits your need and budget level.

Try these alternative magic cards to Tor Wauki

MTG is a strategic cardgame – especially when playing EDH. Also if you got the best suited general for your EDH-deck. You maybe want to swich it now and then to boost your gameplay.