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Creature — Elemental Cat
At end of turn, sacrifice Blistering Firecat.
Morph (Red)(Red) (You may play this face down as a 2/2 creature for (3). Turn it face up any time for its morph cost.)
Blistering Firecat Discussion
2 months ago
5 months ago
An attacking Blistering Firecat is declared to be blocked by a Silver Myr and a Copper Myr . The attacking player gets to choose what order he deals damage to the myrs in, though in practice in this case it probably does not matter.
The attacking player can assign 1 damage to each myr, then because the Blistering Firecat has trample, he can assign up to 5 damage to the defending player. He may also instead assign more than lethal damage to each myr, though this is rarely done.
Each defending creature will also assign its 1 damage to the Blistering Firecat .
All of the damage is dealt simultaneously. All three creatures will die and the defending player will take 5 damage.
5 months ago
What happens in the combat? Who dies when, who lives, who gets damaged, and stuff?
9 months ago
It seems like this commander would do well with high power/low durability/downside cards like Phyrexian Dreadnought, Arc Runner, Ball Lightning, Blistering Firecat, Impetuous Devils, Crumbling Colossus, Blistering Barrier, Bloodmad Vampire, Cosmic Larva, Keldon Vandals, Lavacore Elemental, Loxodon Peacekeeper, Mijae Djinn, Okk, Phyrexian Soulgorger, Wall of Razors, Wall of Torches, Inferno Hellion, Iroas, God of Victory, Spark Trooper, Thunderblust, Traxos, Scourge of Kroog, Volcano Hellion, etc, etc. Cast creature -> attack in (if possible) -> sacrifice if it won't do damage/do damage then sacrifice for even more damage.
Bonus points for slapping buffs the creature before flinging, e.g.: Blazing Shoal, Reckless Charge, Fatal Frenzy, Rush of Blood, Brute Force, etc. Instant/enchantment double strike might be good for per-sacrifice combat round as well.
or really kick things up with Feldon of the Third Path and the biggest thing you can get in your graveyard.
1 year ago
Might be best to replace the Carrion Feeder with Viscera Seer if you want a free sac outlet, and it also digs for combo pieces!
1 year ago
Thanks for this deck! I did my own twist: Elemental lightning
1 year ago
So I'm a believer that the best way to build this deck is through playing big dudes with no butt for dirt cheap! So cards like Ball Lightning, Cosmic Larva, Blistering Firecat, Phyrexian Dreadnought, and Nova Chaser (fyi you can respond to Nova Chaser and Dreadnought's ability on the stack and sack them into Brion). Malignus is also great and I think a STAPLE in this deck. Other than that...
- Scuttling Doom Engine: All value, all day
- Soul's Fire: You basically get an extra fling
- Sneak Attack: Great way to cheat big stuff out and fling it.
- Flameshadow Conjuring: Get an extra creature to fling/attack with everytime you cast a creature
- Bearer of the Heavens + Faith's Reward : Your friend's won't like you for this combo, because no lands or anything and you are the only one with creatures but... it's effective.
- Thornbite Staff: This I believe is a must.
- Lifeline: I didn't even know this card existed until helping my friend build his deck, it's literally one of the most broken cards I've ever read.
- Gisela, Blade of Goldnight: Duh.
Oh and this may be obvious, but in this deck always swing your creatures before you sac them into Brion! You never know what your opponent will do but at least you will force them to react, and then be able to react accordingly.
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