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Whenever a creature enters the battlefield, ther Flash deals 2 damage to it.
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AEther Flash Discussion
1 day ago
1 day ago
Thanks for the comment and suggestions JellyJam.
I've been considering black lately, grixis would be fun. I'm hesitant to include such "small butts" (1 toughness creatures) with the way the deck plays out. I may create another deck using your ideas though, I would cut AEther Flash in that case and likely steer clear of Pyroclasm effects. This would allow me to include Illness in the Ranks and Virulent Plague.
2 days ago
1 week ago
As a quick aside, the 'loop' would not be endless, since Forerunner of the Empire distinctly states that "you may have Forerunner of the Empire deal 1 damage to each creature." You could stop having it set off Polyraptor's enrage trigger at any time you want. A true infinite loop would be Polyraptor and AEther Flash.
3 weeks ago
I forgot to mention to be careful if you add both Polyraptor and AEther Flash. Playing the raptor with flash out creates an inescapable infinite combo that makes the game a draw unless someone has instant speed enchantment removal.
3 weeks ago
You need Pyrohemia. It is the best enrage enabler, period. It also can wipe boards since most of your creatures are higher toughness than your opponents'.
I would replace Huatli, Warrior Poet with Huatli, Dinosaur Knight. I like Lightning Greaves a lot because it protects your big dino's from spot removal and gives them haste. I think the storage lands are too slow and would cut them for lands that are faster or have better effects. Path of Ancestry is pretty great in my Gishath deck. I don't have Decimate in my deck because if no opponents have artifacts or enchantments I am forced to destroy one of my own, which tend to be high impact. I like Hull Breach better. AEther Flash is an excellent card for your enrage dinos. It also shuts down decks that go wide with smaller creatures. Taurean Mauler is a great card and counts as a dino. Congregation at Dawn is great for stacking your deck for Gishath, Descendants' Path, and Herald's Horn.
I think your most cuttable creatures are Imperial Ceratops and Thrash of Raptors. I already mentioned the storage lands. Tbh your mana base could be sped up considerable but that can get very expensive very fast. Rogue's Passage is good for making sure Gishath hits.