For me it leans hard into the aggro and creates a faster paced deck, and all I have to do is run some good draw pieces in the deck. Close. In order to trigger Akiri's card draw cards like [[Ancestral blade]] and [[Flayer husk]] would also be a good fit since they combine a creature and equipment in one go. Press J to jump to the feed. I think Akri is the strongest just because of how protective she is of your creatures, you could wipe the board with a wrath of god and keep all your creatures alive if you have the mana for it. Especially since opponents have to play around her as long as white mana is available. This would make the deck fragile since everything relies on the little kobold surviving. Each commander has its' pros/cons and will change the direction the deck will take: [[Akiri, Fearless Voyager]]: Akiri seems great to me since she has card draw and protection built into her. Kediss is certainly a card I want to run in the 99. Abaques EDH. Equipment of 2CMC or less would be needed so that Rograkh can swing in on turn 3. 'Selective' board wipes like [[Single combat]] and [[Divine Reckoning]] seem like a good fit here so that Rograkh can swing in. Since it's harder to cheat equipment costs the deck would need to have more cards that provide protection. [[Wyleth, Soul of Steel]]: Same problem as with Rograkh and Ardenn, but with more card draw and no cheating the equip costs. CardHoarder 76.21 TIX. Our decklists are a bit different, I went more heavy on creatures and less so on equipment/artifacts. Although a lot of people have suggested Akiri, I think Wyleth is probably better for the pure boros equipment deck; It's less effort to get the card draw with Wyleth than Akiri, and although you lose the protection, I think the draw and snowball effect is worth it. [[Rograkh, Son of Rohgahh]] and [[Ardenn, Intrepid Archaeologist]]: 0 CMC with good keywords and a partner that cheats equip costs seems good for early game aggro. Cookies help us deliver our Services. And while it might seem like a joke/meme/draft card i think [[toggo, goblin weaponsmith]] might fit well in here. Our budget upgrade guide for the Boros Equipment “Arm for Battle” CMR precon deck. Privacy statement | Complete Comment Tutorial! The Boros Legion: Striking Double, Striking True. Boros Equipment EDH Commander / EDH ajarrdo. I run [[Akiri, Line Slinger]] and right now I have her partnered with Bruse Tarl, just for the Partner even though he hardly ever hits the field. EDH Armory. I've been thinking about the pros/cons of each commander and I would like to know what r/EDH thinks. You can now import it in the MTG Arena client. So I've been brewing a Boros equipment deck ever since [[Akiri, Fearless Voyager]] was spoiled, but with commander legends I am reconsidering who should be in the command zone. I threw in [[gadrak, the crown-scourge]] for treasure to ramp/for metal-craft. Akiri can draw you three cards a turn max. Akiri, Fearless Voyager - (G) (SF) (txt) (ER)Rograkh, Son of Rohgahh - (G) (SF) (txt) (ER)Ardenn, Intrepid Archaeologist - (G) (SF) (txt) (ER)Single combat - (G) (SF) (txt) (ER)Divine Reckoning - (G) (SF) (txt) (ER)Wyleth, Soul of Steel - (G) (SF) (txt) (ER)[[cardname]] or [[cardname|SET]] to call. This site is unaffiliated. Also, Arden's effect is similar to Puresteel Paladin making equip costs zero, so there's some redundancy, whereas Wyleth is unique and a significantly better card as a commander. Her card draw is also fantastic. Refilling your hand every combat sounds great, but Wyleth will probably be targeted pretty fast. Thankfully, the card draw helps find one. Close. But when thinking about uncommon commanders, [[Tiana, Ship's Caretaker]] is another unique take, with built-in Aura and Equipment … Though if you don't want to go voltron, Akiri is still probably better. You're right that spreading the damage would make me less of a target when compared to a voltron strategy.