One of the more played planeswalkers during his
time in Standard, Domri Rade is pretty simple.
He's card advantage if you have a lot of
creatures (and you should), he's spot removal,
and he comes in early enough to be impactful.
His ultimate is crazy good, but it's not the
some reason to use Domri; it makes more sense to
use his -2 liberally to pick off threats.
Domri is simple, but he's good in spite of that.
He does work best in creature-dense decks, so
keep him out of spellslinger-type decks.
Domri is the sort of card that becomes more or
less powerful depending on context. That's not a
strike against him - you could say much the same
thing about Bloodbraid Elf, for example. (She's
not broken - she's just a baby.) For example,
his fight ability is devastating when you're
running Polukranos, but a little less so when
you've "only" got something like River Boa. But
he has good fundamentals: whatever sorts of
creatures are in your environment, drawing more
of them is a good way to win games.
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