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Breath of Fury
Enchantment — Aura
Enchant creature you control
When enchanted creature deals combat damage to a player, sacrifice it and attach Breath of Fury to a creature you control. If you do, untap all creatures you control and after this phase, there is an additional combat phase.
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Breath of Fury Discussion
5 days ago
Hey! Fellow lover of tribal builds! Cool list, I didn't realize how much power the Knight tribe has lol! Few suggestions for you, as a traditionally Saskia the Unyielding tribal player... Perhaps instead of Mentor of the Meek (which only hits 19% of your cards, and costs extra mana) maybe you run things like Outpost Siege or Chandra, Torch of Defiance? I have a Iroas Boros EDH deck which might give you some direction with your Enchantment and Artifact package? He doesn't exactly fit, but Hero of Bladehold and Hanweir Garrison both combine well with Breath of Fury to make for nearly infinite combat phases .... especially combined with Order / Chaos lol
6 days ago
also, if you end up running Scion of the Ur-Dragon as your commander, Moltensteel Dragon + Skithiryx, the Blight Dragon is another awesome dragon combo and Dragon Tyrant is a good budget/back-up replacement for skittles.
1 week ago
TheFanatic In my Alesha deck I have Strionic Resonator and Illusionist's Bracers which I can use on Master of Cruelties instead of Alesha for the turn. I had a turn where I swung with Master of Cruelties, used the resonator and bracer's effects and brought everyone down to 1, then used Breath of Fury to sac the master and then kill everyone with my other creatures.
Worked out pretty well!
3 weeks ago
chadsansing -- Shared Animosity is a good one; however, I'm running my copies in my BR Wort and Edgar Markov decks currently -- I should get another copy with Explorers of Ixalan, so it may well wind up going in here, right now my big wincons are either to Kindred Discovery into a Laboratory Maniac win or to use Mana Echoes and wheels to generate a horde of locusts and then use Haze of Rage or Breath of Fury to clear the table in one turn.
1 month ago
oh ha sorry, don't know how I missed panharmonicon. personally I like skull clamp in decks like this, either buffs a creature for another point of damage or is a is a one mana Altar's Reap. there are a lot of tribal decks in commander so you might have better luck with Door of Destinies over coat of arms, food for thought. another possible win con you could try out is Breath of Fury.
1 month ago
@Coward_Token Again, very thoughtful analysis! I always like seeing discussion around this archetype.
Good points about Mana Echoes: it's potentially explosive and can fuel a nasty Kessig Wolf Run or Tempt with Vengeance. However, I think (even with all of the tribal synergy you outlined) it might just be a tad too inconsistent. For four mana that probably doesn't do anything the turn it comes out, it's possible that just straight up Skyshroud Claim would be better in the long run.
As for Mystic Barrier - it's definitely not for everyone, but it opens up new lines of play; I've rarely been disappointed to cast it, but it has to be a deliberate decision to cast - not just because it's on curve or because you have an Academy Rector trigger. You'll always be choosing to be attacked by the adjacent player with the least resources, and a pillow fort can usually stave off most of that attack. The kicker is, of course, always having a "forced attack" effect to play with Barrier - the synergy there is huge if you can keep Barrier on the field for multiple turns. I don't think I've met many Gahiji players that run Mystic Barrier, and it might just be a pure pet card for me, but I really enjoy it.
As a minor aside, if you know you're planning to cast Barrier at some point in the game, try to identify which adjacent player will be less aggro - then deliberately avoid giving them tokens. You want to start off with that player attacking in your direction, and you also want to make sure there's always a juicy target for the other players to attack.
1 month ago
Oh, and I forgot Breath of Fury. It's hard to get used to the idea to sacrifice my precious dinosaurs for extra combat steps. But if my deck would play cards that give all creatures haste like Fervor, then this card would definitely have a spot in the deck. With a haste enabler on the field, imagine some dinosaur enchanted with Breath of Fury and Gishath, Sun's Avatar would deal combat damage to an opponent. I'd put breath of furys trigger on the bottom and gishaths trigger on the top of the stack. If Gishath, Sun's Avatars trigger reveals at least one dinosaur, then Breath of Fury could be enchanted to that creature, which in turn could attack alongside gishath in the additional combat step and so on. That would be pretty great!