This was a hard one, but Boros Charm would definetly go hand-and-hand with the number 1 spot, but we’ll discuss that later with that card. Green gives ramp and blue gives draw, you’re only missing black tutors and now a banned Flash to go with your Protean Hulk. Deflecting the damage back for only 2 mana is a sneaky trick up your boros sleeve, as not many times will you see boros itself do that, but you can find some white cards that do similar things. ►Donate: https://www.paypal.me/tolarian Sunhome or even Slayer’s Stronghold are two awesome lands, since they both can kill off an opponent. Now I know boros has a bad rap in EDH, but you guys really gotta try boros out, it’s a unique experience honestly. This card can end lives, maybe even in real life too, who knows. Boros has a lot to offer, 151 cards, so that can be a lot of cool staples. Read our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy to get more information and learn how to set up your preferences. This website saves cookies to your browser in order to improve your online experience and show you personalized content. ►Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/tolariancommunity, © 2015 Tolarian Community College All Rights Reserved, Top 5 Best New Core Set 2021 Magic: The Gathering Cards For Pioneer. ►Merch: https://store.dftba.com/collections/tolarian-community-college Boros has a lot to offer, 151 cards, so that can be a lot of cool staples. You can check out EDH staples from EDHREC.com as that’s what I use for these posts. Red has issues killing enchantments and white already has so much removal, but Wear // Tear gives us the ability at instant speed and also at a discounted mana cost. The Best Boros Card You Should Play: Sunforger | Magic: The Gathering June 17, 2020 Don Commander / EDH As the Phyrexian infection spreads, many Magic: The Gathering planeswalkers have taken to social distancing and self-isolation. Next time is simic, and that combination has a stupidly amount of staples to the format and is arguably probably the best color combination in our format. You can check out EDH staples from EDHREC.com as that’s what I use for these posts. All my favorite products are available via my affiliate link at www.CardKingdom.com/TCC It’s like a wiki for my favorite MTG items! We’re at boros now in this series, so that’s wonderful. Plus you can always use the 3rd option for a combat trick when your opponent decides to not block. I choose Sunforger as the number 1 spot since you can grab so many options with this card, and it’s just a ton of fun dettaching it to grab a Swords to Plowshares. You can use this against combat or noncombat damage, so that’s great. Deflecting Palm Or maybe even your opponent has 4 or less life and you just need to kill them with a Boros Charm? 5. Boros Charm gives us 3 options, but that 2nd option is what usually is picked. We’re nearly done with this series, but we do have one other color combination after this. So obviously you could grab your Boros Charm with this card, and that’s a very likely response with Sunforger against a boardwipe. Wear and Tear are two great cards themselves, but being able to do both is just amazing value. There aren’t too many cards that give out indestructible to your permanents, especially at instant speed too. But I feel as if Sunhome is a better pick for when targeting maybe a Gisela or Aurelia with it, then potenetially killing someone during a single combat and/or turn. Want to hear an extensive and thorough MTG video about how to keep your foil Magic: The Gathering cards in the best shape possible? I’m very excited to complete this guilds series, so then I can move onto 3 color, then 4 color, and finally 5 color. aaaAAH just noticed the broken bones in Deflecting Palm I don't like thaaaaaat, Can confirm Boros Charm deals 4 damage to kill you, MTG Amino houses all things Magic: the Gathering related. As the Phyrexian infection spreads, many Magic: The Gathering planeswalkers have taken to social distancing and self-isolation. See what that is like here: https://youtu.be/tqH34KBhTeo, Watch me sit down with none other than Magic: The Gathering’s Head Designer, Mark Rosewater, and discuss everything from local game stores to the value of paper Magic: https://youtu.be/vVrwnCNiqY8.