Bazaar Trader

Creature — Goblin

Tap: Target player gains control of target artifact, creature, or land you control.

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Daedalus19876 on No Hand(lebars) - 1v1 Hazoret EDH

2 weeks ago

I think it got lost in my comment, but you really do need a copy of Goblin Matron here to find Bazaar Trader :)

Daedalus19876 on No Hand(lebars) - 1v1 Hazoret EDH

2 weeks ago

Hmmm. This deck is jank AF...but I'm always on board with jank!

cracks knuckles Let's get this show on the road.

You said you're having trouble finding your combo. The only unconditional tutor in red is Gamble, unless you want to play high-cost artifacts like Ring of Three Wishes or Planar Portal. But since your Bazaar Trader can do the same job, Goblin Matron can find him. If your playgroup plays the Wishes as first intended, you can also use Burning Wish to find a Harmless Offering from outside of the game.

This deck could happily embrace Vow of Lightning to keep Hazoret from whacking you. Confusion in the Ranks could also be a very good card here, since Hazoret the Fervent has haste and thus is a prime target to be stolen by everyone.

Have you considered Worldslayer to equip to Hazoret when you control her? You could also use some more removal (particularly Chaos Warp and Blasphemous Act) to remove those pesky Peacekeepers (which get in the way of your fun!).

As cute as Sword of the Ages is, I feel like Fling might fit your purposes better here. Also, Repercussion is a must when you can hit your opponents with cards like Nahiri's Wrath :D

What's with the fetches here? You don't have any library-manipulation effects and you're in mono-colors.

Deck looks entertainingly unique :) You certainly get my +1, lol.

friskysausage on MagicalHacker - List of All Group Hug Cards

3 weeks ago

Circumstances can really dictate your definition of a benefit. If you are playing 2v2, targeting your partner to draw a card helps your team; in turn helping you. I understand your point of a group hug card needing to benefit multiple players, rather than one. That's why I recommended you revise that first point.

Furthermore, you have cards like Act of Treason in this list. If you consider that a group hug card, then I think Bazaar Trader demands some consideration as well.

friskysausage on MagicalHacker - List of All Group Hug Cards

3 weeks ago

You might want to revise your first point under "What this list doesn't include." I only recommended a card like Bazaar Trader because I use it frequently in group matches to maintain good politics between players. If someone is struggling I will throw them a creature to help block in hopes they will repay the favor. It doesn't have to "be used to only give advantage to yourself" (first point). It's great at making friends until you find your Homeward Path, pull everything back, and attempt to wipe everyone out :D

MagicalHacker on MagicalHacker - List of All Group Hug Cards

3 weeks ago

Heartstone and Natural Balance look great. Thanks!

However, the rest have issues:

  • Meletis Charlatan and Spectral Searchlight are both cards that can be used to only give a benefit to you. This is why I wrote the first point under "What this list doesn't include" that way was to eliminate cards that aren't true group hug cards. Another example of cards like these is Heroes' Reunion, which is more obviously not a group hug card.
  • Bazaar Trader gives you no reason/benefit to activate the ability, and as such, is not truly a group hug card for the list, as per the first point under "What this list includes".

ryboy230 on F you in particular

1 month ago

This deck has 4 main win conditions. I couldn't decide on just one or 2 since they all are so different and versatile. I would like the deck to be more consistent in getting the right cards to combo with.The win conditions are

1) Demonic Pact and Donate or Harmless Offering. To force the choice for losing the game.

2) Using the same method to give Illusions of Grandeur to an opponent

3) Using the same method or using Bazaar Trader to give Immortal Coil to an opponent. That can win by itself but you can also use Tormod's Crypt as insurance

4) Give Rust Elemental to whittle down life.

This deck has some ways to prolong the game, in particular, Steel Golem, Serendib Sorcerer and Abyssal Persecutor

Suggestions?

Head CoIIector on Why I Have Trust Issues

1 month ago

Also, a good way to combo Bazaar Trader is use Mark of Mutiny to take a creature of theirs for a turn, beef it a bit, then tap Bazaar Trader targeting the creature you took and yourself so that you get to keep their stuff permanently. Adds a little bit of cruelty to it all.

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