Learn about the most powerful format that spans Magic's entire history. Can we get some one-shot kills with Electrostatic Pummeler in Historic now that the three-drop is back on the client thanks to Kaladesh Remastered? Eventually, we can get to the point where every time we mutate, we are casting up to four cheap noncreature spells for free from our graveyard and returning up to four instants or sorceries back from our graveyard to our hand, which is an absurd amount of value. We can suppress this issue by including outlets on either our bounce spells or our mutate targets. The resilience comes from Vadrok's ability to easily recur anything that ends up in our grave for whatever reason; and the card quality comes from the fact that our combo pieces are literally just interaction since they're all bounce spells, and because our combos are so compact that leaves a bunch of room for further interaction. Pollywog Symbiote also works incredibly well with Vadrok, Apex of Thunder. I like to refer to the deck as a “reactive combo” list, which basically means you run enough interaction to just hang out and keep a loose grip on the board until the perfect opportunity to win presents itself at which point it shouldn’t be very difficult to land the win, once again due to your high interaction suite. 4/17/2020: If you cast a spell “without paying its mana cost,” you can’t choose to cast it for any alternative costs. Rarity, #: M, 214 Card Type: Legendary Creature — Elemental Dinosaur Cat P / T: 3 / 3 Description: Mutate 1(W/U)RR (If you cast this spell for its mutate cost, put it over or under target non-Human creature you own.They mutate into the creature on top plus all abilities from under it.) Today’s list is a Jeskai mutate-themed deck, led by Vadrok, Apex of Thunder. As such, we're letting you know that we've updated our Privacy Policy to reflect the new rule set forth by the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The biggest appeal to play Vadrok is its iconic combos. ._1x9diBHPBP-hL1JiwUwJ5J{font-size:14px;font-weight:500;line-height:18px;color:#ff585b;padding-left:3px;padding-right:24px}._2B0OHMLKb9TXNdd9g5Ere-,._1xKxnscCn2PjBiXhorZef4{height:16px;padding-right:4px;vertical-align:top}._1LLqoNXrOsaIkMtOuTBmO5{height:20px;padding-right:8px;vertical-align:bottom}.QB2Yrr8uihZVRhvwrKuMS{height:18px;padding-right:8px;vertical-align:top}._3w_KK8BUvCMkCPWZVsZQn0{font-size:14px;font-weight:500;line-height:18px;color:var(--newCommunityTheme-actionIcon)}._3w_KK8BUvCMkCPWZVsZQn0 ._1LLqoNXrOsaIkMtOuTBmO5,._3w_KK8BUvCMkCPWZVsZQn0 ._2B0OHMLKb9TXNdd9g5Ere-,._3w_KK8BUvCMkCPWZVsZQn0 ._1xKxnscCn2PjBiXhorZef4,._3w_KK8BUvCMkCPWZVsZQn0 .QB2Yrr8uihZVRhvwrKuMS{fill:var(--newCommunityTheme-actionIcon)} ._12xlue8dQ1odPw1J81FIGQ{display:inline-block;vertical-align:middle} Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. Rounding out our deck are Teferi, Time Raveler and Thirst for Meaning, both of which happen to be noncreature spells that cost three mana, so we can cast them from our graveyard for free with Vadrok, Apex of Thunder. .ehsOqYO6dxn_Pf9Dzwu37{margin-top:0;overflow:visible}._2pFdCpgBihIaYh9DSMWBIu{height:24px}._2pFdCpgBihIaYh9DSMWBIu.uMPgOFYlCc5uvpa2Lbteu{border-radius:2px}._2pFdCpgBihIaYh9DSMWBIu.uMPgOFYlCc5uvpa2Lbteu:focus,._2pFdCpgBihIaYh9DSMWBIu.uMPgOFYlCc5uvpa2Lbteu:hover{background-color:var(--newRedditTheme-navIconFaded10);outline:none}._38GxRFSqSC-Z2VLi5Xzkjy{color:var(--newCommunityTheme-actionIcon)}._2DO72U0b_6CUw3msKGrnnT{border-top:none;color:var(--newCommunityTheme-metaText);cursor:pointer;padding:8px 16px 8px 8px;text-transform:none}._2DO72U0b_6CUw3msKGrnnT:hover{background-color:#0079d3;border:none;color:var(--newCommunityTheme-body);fill:var(--newCommunityTheme-body)}