Cure for the Common Game – That 370’s Show

Welcome to my quest of building an EDH deck for every legendary creature. Today we are looking at decks #370 through #379.


Deck # 370 – Reveka, Wizard Savant

This Homelands gem has no use for the combat step.


Deck #371 – Rashka the Slayer

That’s right, two Homelands legends in a row, and they both start with the letter R.


Deck #372 – Lazav, Dimir Mastermind

You know, one of my favorite phrases in Magic is “from anywhere.”


Deck #373 – Child of Alara

We find out how quickly someone can get lost in the Maze.


Deck #374 – Ramos, Dragon Engine

It’s fitting that a giant mechanical Dragon would love gold things.


Deck #375 – Selvala, Heart of the Wilds

Sometimes you just want to play big creatures and turn them sideways.


Deck #376 – Savra, Queen of the Golgari

Savra tells her subjects that their sacrifice is not in vain.


Deck #377 – Silas Renn, Seeker Adept

Silas focuses on getting multiple uses out of single use artifacts. Am I the only one who thinks his name sounds like a character from Star Wars?


Deck #378 – Emrakul, the Promised End

Its not hard to abuse the power that is Emrakul. Just ask my son, he still has Emrakul flashbacks.


Deck #379 – Lin Sivvi, Defiant Hero

We go back to Masques block to answer Vader’s question of where exactly our Rebels are. Wow, is that two Star Wars references in one list?


That’s all for the 370’s! I appreciate everyone for watching. I’m always looking for new/different/weird deck ideas, so if you have any give me a shout and if i haven’t built it yet I’ll give it a shot.

I’ll see you next time for the 380’s, so until then, grab a deck and a table full of friends, and shuffle up!

Brian Canada is a husband, father, grandfather who is so addicted to EDH that he has taken on a mission to build a deck of every legendary creature ever made, and in his spare time he sells groceries.