Akroma, Angel of Fury
Legendary Creature — Angel
Akroma, Angel of Fury can't be countered.
Flying, trample, protection from white and from blue
: Akroma, Angel of Fury gets +1/+0 until end of turn.
Morph (You may cast this card face down as a 2/2 creature for . Turn it face up at any time for its morph cost.)
|Have (2)||pskinn01 , metalmagic|
|Want (2)||Ninbi , deathtopop|
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|Masters 25 (A25)||Mythic Rare|
|Commander Anthology (CM1)||Rare|
|From the Vault: Angels (V15)||Mythic Rare|
|MTG: Commander (CMD)||Rare|
|Planar Chaos (PLC)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Akroma, Angel of Fury occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%
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Akroma, Angel of Fury Discussion
1 month ago
Kazierts - Really appreciate the insight. Glad that someone has had the same issue I'm currently having lol!
Akroma, Angel of Fury - I'm with you on this one. I recently threw her back in there just for fun. I have no problem taking her out, as generally by the time she gets out, the game is already over, or I've casted her for her morph cost, and she's dead already, so that's an easy one there.
Blitz Hellion / Reality Smasher - I've always personally been a fan of the Blitz Hellion, it's seem to have served me well when I've played the deck before, so I'm kind of on the fence. You do raise a good point regarding the lack of protection. I like the Reality Smasher as well, however, sometimes I do feel that I am starved without the Rogue's Passage, and thus renders them useless, so those may come out as well.
Kiln Fiend - I've never had any issues with this card previously, and it always tends to get big based on the proc from instants and sorcery cards in the deck. One Temur Battle Rage and it's a 4/2 with Double Strike and Trample.
Rakdos Shred-Freak - I'm curious to see what your reasoning behind this card is. Personally I can take it or leave it. I do have some other suicidal bombs I can put in it's place, such as Hell's Thunder / Hellspark Elemental
1 month ago
Well, I kinda also had this problem recently, where I also felt my deck was kinda off. I just asked if you wanted to keep it aggro because I like to respect the idea of the person who build the deck, unless the deck is completely disfunctional, which is not your case.
Since it's an aggro deck, you must always pressure your opponent and leave him/her on the defensive side. So, preferrably, you should use small and fast creatures. However, your concept of using suicidal bombs, like Spark Elemental , is a very good one, a lot of burn decks, if I can recall correctly, use this strategy. But first, I'll go over a bit of the problems to hopefully help you to understand what's wrong.
Akroma, Angel of Fury is an excellent card. Huge body, can't be countered and has good protection against removal in white and blue. All in all a great way to pressure your opponent... but it's too expensive. By time you can cast it, you should probably have won the game already, if you managed to survive long enough for that is what I mean.
On a similar note are Blitz Hellion and Reality Smasher . Reality Smasher is a staple card in think all Eldrazi deck since it hits hard and is difficult to deal with. But, here it seems out place, specially considering you only have 4 lands that enable you to cast it, them bein Rogue's Passage . One of the reasons it's a staple in Eldrazi decks is Eldrazi Temple which can potentially enable a Turn 3 Reality Smasher . In Blitz Hellion 's case... it's just bad. It's not fast and has no protection. The Blistering Firecat is better than the Hellion, but I'll explain that later.
Kiln Fiend is a great card for spell heavy decks, not necessarily control decks, just spell heavy, which is not the case of your deck since you have way more creatures. It also does not have trample and having only two in the deck doesn't help much.
The only thing I'll probably owe you more help is the instants and sorceries, I really don't much of what to say.
I think I'll let you read this first so I can rest a bit after writing so much, then based on what you think I'll make the suggestions.
1 month ago
Update: Akroma, Angel of Fury doesn't conform to the postulated rule. Nor does Ashling the Pilgrim , and neither does Chandra, Fire of Kaladesh Flip. At three exceptions in such close proximity, I start to wonder... maybe it's because there are other versions of all of these creatures in existence, or at least in planning, by the time these card were released?? It requires further testing. We'll see.
3 months ago
I have replaced Akroma, Angel of Fury with Flameblade Angel , which lowered the average converted mana cost of this deck from 4.84 to 4.81, which is good, because this deck has the highest mana curve of all my decks.
3 months ago
I have replaced Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir with Mulldrifter and Akroma, Angel of Fury with Flameblade Angel , replacements that I was very sad and unwilling to make, but the previous creatures were legendary, whereas non-legendary creatures can be copied by Riku, and the average converted mana cost of this deck has been further lowered from 4.02 to 3.98, so those replacements were definitely better for this deck.
3 months ago
I have a copy of Akroma, Angel of Wrath in every EDH deck of mine that contains the color white and a copy of Akroma, Angel of Fury in every edh deck of mine that contains the color red (therefore, decks that contain both of those colors also contain both of those creatures), and the reason for that is because she is my favorite card in the entire game.
However, I recently have been wondering if I should keep those cards in my decks, because of their very high mana costs; they do not strongly contribute to the central themes of those decks, and are there mainly because of how awesome they are (and there is also the fact that every one of my EDH decks contains Akroma's Memorial , which makes the angel herself, or at least her white incarnation, redundant), as I built those decks many years ago, when I was less experienced at building decks.
Therefore, I must ask everyone if I should keep Akroma in my EDH decks, or if it would be better to remove her in favor of less expensive cards; what does everyone else say about this?
3 months ago
I know that creatures with protection from white/ monocolored/ whichever can't be targeted by a spell of that color(s). So, if there are multiple creatures on the battlefield, would Cathars' Crusade still work on something like Akroma, Angel of Fury or Progenitus ? Or does it count as targetting each creature it gives a +1/+1 counter to?
3 months ago
I have replaced Borborygmos with Sunder Shaman and Simic Sky Swallower with Winged Coatl , which lowered the average converted mana cost of this deck from 4.23 to 4.11, and those creatures are also better when copied.
I still feel that there is room for improvement in this deck; specifically, neither Ral Zarek nor Sarkhan Unbroken contribute to its overall theme, so I may possibly replace them. I already have Prophetic Bolt in this deck, but Ral's Outburst would be nice for its redundancy. Izzet Charm is nice, but Growth Spiral also is would be great for this deck. I also am hoping to find a way to put either Eternal Witness or Mulldrifter in this deck, and I wonder if I should replace Akroma, Angel of Fury , Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind , or Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir , as well; Bloodwater Entity would be a nice addition to this deck, since its abilities are cumulative when it is copied. What does everyone else say about that?