How many relentless rats can you have in Commander?

How many relentless rats can you have in Commander?

Per the mtgcommander.net rules page: 6. With the exception of basic lands, no two cards in the deck may have the same english name. Assuming their is no secret rule not listed on the rules list on the mtgcommander.net site, it appears only 1 relentless rats is allowed in Commander.

Is relentless rats legal in Commander?

Nope, the deck is legal, but with 99 Relentless Rats in it, that means you have nothing in the deck except Relentless Rats, there’s no way to actually play the deck.

Can you have more than one relentless rats in EDH?

Yes – Menery and the EDH rules committee have stated (unofficially) on their website’s forums that multiple relentless rats are ok.

Does ripple stack MTG?

Yes. The first rat will ripple and then each subsequent casting of the spell ‘relentless rats’ will ripple, because the triggered ability will happen each time you cast a spell.

Is the Relentless Rats deck a stunt deck?

This “stunt” deck was fun for a couple games, but there isn’t much to it after you pull off the combos. Ted’s win last week took the target off my back, though it took some negotiating. I managed to get Thrumming Stone onto the battlefield and somehow got all 30 Relentless Rats into play all at once.

How big is Relentless Rats ability in MTG?

We reserve the right to change our minds down the road. Although some rules differ from the official MtG rules (i.e. “outside the game” , Living Wish, is handled differently than other casual formats), Relentless Rats ‘ ability is covered in CR 112.6m.

How many Relentless Rats are there in commander?

I managed to get Thrumming Stone onto the battlefield and somehow got all 30 Relentless Rats into play all at once. Of course, Jeremy had a board wipe, so I never used any of them!

Is it against the spirit of EdH to play Relentless Rats?

You may note that there are those who would argue that playing relentless rats in this way, is against the spirt of EDH. – Pow-Ian Jun 6 ’13 at 20:02 I don’t think it’s a very effective strategy anyways. I’ve heard playing Iona is against the spirit of playing EDH :p. It would be more of a gag deck than anything else. – Mitch D Jun 6 ’13 at 20:08