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Subira, Tulzidi Caravanner is yet another spicy commander from Core Set 21. I do not see this card being at the helm of any deck that is not an aggro deck. Though limited, this card will definitely be the star those sorts. This card has its own strengths and flaws. Because of how the commander format works, its flaws can easily be ignored and the strengths are incredible. As we all know, flooding the board is very easy with both token and non-token decks. There are many ways to build this deck, as aggro options are incredibly diverse. This is how I would do it.

Subira, Tulzidi Caravanner (M21)

Subira, Tulzidi Caravanner Leads the charge

You should start this deck as you would any other. First, you pick out your ramp package. Your choices will be limited, due to the fact that this is a mono-red deck. However, there are plenty of good artifacts that can help you build your mana engine. You can go crazy here. Some automatic inclusions are Sol Ring, Fire Diamond, Hazoret’s Monument, and Braid of Fire.

Every aggro deck needs to have its stars. The stars of my Subira, Tulzidi Caravanner deck would be Tilonalli’s Summoner, Neheb, the Eternal, Legion Warboss, and Chandra, Fire of Kaladesh. All of these cards are incredible, as they give you a lot of value while synergizing with the effect of your commander. On top of this, add some utility spells like Gamble, Dictate of the Twin Gods, Price of Glory, Meekstone, and Skullclamp.

Tilonalli's SummonerNeheb, the EternalLegion WarbossChandra, Fire of Kaladesh

With this deck, your aim is to flood the board as soon as possible and, while using your commander’s deck, swing as wildly as you want. Do not be afraid of using creatures, as you will likely draw at least 3 cards per combat phase. This deck will be very enjoyable to fight, and it might dominate the board most of the time. You will most likely be targeted very often. If that is fine with you, go as crazy as you like.



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