Breath of Fury

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Commander 2016 (C16) Rare
Ravnica: City of Guilds (RAV) Rare

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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

Wihito on Vaevictis Asmadi, the Dire

3 days ago

Coward_Token: Hey, thanks for throwing in some ideas. I'll probably avoid putting sorceries and instants in the deck since they're nonbos with the commander, except for Primal Surge as a finisher. With it I can get Combat Celebrant/Scourge of the Throne/Breath of Fury + Mortuary + permanent haste source (there's tons of them!) and probably finish from there with huge hasty beaters and endless attack phases.

Why Godo, Bandit Warlord? It only untaps samurais! Could fetch vigilance equipment though.

Not sure about Lantern of Insight and Extractor Demon, they need to be out together to really work. I like Aetherworks Marvel, definitely works well with the rest. Will get Scroll Rack if I can afford it, at least I already have most of the more expensive cards listed or am able to get them for cheap.

TheNocholas on Warriors, come out to play

6 days ago

Breath of Fury and Bow of Nylea are fun in combat heavy decks

FancyLadies on The Locust Army: A Day of Wrath

2 weeks ago

PookandPie these are some great recommendations. Thank you for taking the time to make them. I don’t like to win using Laboratory Maniac normally because it’s a cheap win. He’s there just in case I get milled which happens in my play group. However, you have shed some light on cards/combos I hadn’t considered before so I’m willing to give those a go. Breath of Fury would be pretty funny if I can pull it off and I had been considering Throne of the God-Pharaoh for some time. As for Murder of Crows, I had it in my deck but it’s high CMC was not making it worth my while.

PookandPie on The Locust Army: A Day of Wrath

2 weeks ago

I do enjoy a good Locust God deck. Nice job here, but I do have some ideas for additions. My deck is here, so you know from where this advice stems: Locusts, Take the Wheel~

Winning via Lab Man already on field and casting a 5 mana enchantment or 6 mana creature is fairly slow (I wound up removing Lab Man from my Locust God deck as a result because it required too much set up in colors that have a hard time tutoring creatures and enchantments). Though, I do have an alternative.

One is to run Simian Spirit Guide and Firestorm. With your whole library in your hand, exile Simian Spirit Guide for R, then cast Firestorm. You'll draw 80+ cards, so you discard 40 of them targeting your opponents and 36-37 Insect tokens to kill everyone.

'Course, if you don't want to do that I can offer another really cute card that's really solid in midrange Locust God decks. Breath of Fury is one of my more favored cards when I can't combo, and it forms an extremely cute combo with Bident of Thassa in that, if you have at least a couple insect tokens, you can slap down Breath of Fury and kill the whole table. For example, attacking with 5 tokens draws you 5 cards and makes 5 additional tokens. Then you swing 9. Then you swing 17. Then you swing 33. All of that alone is enough to deal 561 damage, and you can attack with Locust God too which will cut down anyone who has used an infinite life combo. Breath of Fury is basically one of those cards that works in The Locust God better than any other deck simply because your tokens come with built-in haste, so it's great by itself and can win games almost any time its drawn with a reasonable board presence (9 tokens will kill one player with Breath of Fury), but is backbreaking with the Bident.

Another card I have come to enjoy is Throne of the God-Pharaoh, though that's mostly because it makes killing a number of players much easier. Attacking one player with 20 tokens and then each opponent taking 20 on my end step is a way I've ended a player on more than one occasion.

Have you considered Murder of Crows? With Ashnod's Altar and Locust God, this gives you a quick and dirty way to draw your whole library. If you keep Laboratory Maniac instead of going the Firestorm route, then Murder of Crows makes an excellent little way to draw to a win. You only need to keep a blue mana open to cast Lab Man as you'll have more than enough colorless mana.

marqueewinq on Najeela and Interaction

2 weeks ago

QuietSwordSereneHeart wow thanks for the Seedtime it's quite interesting!

Thanks for suggestions! I've already testing Dark Confidant and Mindblade Render instead of Breath of Fury and Negate, looks better. At first i thought that confidant will be quite slow, but tests showed otherwise. Render is a great card which basically calls for response, clearing the way for wincons (rep, sword, etc.).

griffstick on Nekoru Queen

1 month ago

I added those cards. And Breath of Fury, because it wins the game is a certain scenario.

If all I have in play is Fires of Yavimaya, Wasitora, Nekoru Queen, a 3/3 flying cat dragon token (or any other creature), a table of no creatures, 4 mana, and Breath of Fury in my hand , I can win the game with infinite combat steps.

Tap 4 man, enchant the 3/3 flying cat dragon token with the Breath of Fury. Next, attack with both Wasitora, Nekoru Queen, and the 3/3 flying cat dragon token with Breath of Fury enchanting it.

Then when they both hit for combat damage, they both trigger at the same time. Wasitora, Nekoru Queen on the top of the stack Breath of Fury on bottom of the stack. The trigger from Wasitora, Nekoru Queen resolves and creates a 3/3 flying cat dragon token. Then Breath of Fury trigger resolves, you sacrifice the enchanted creature and attach Breath of Fury to the new 3/3 flying cat dragon token. Creating a new combat step.

Rinse wash and repeat to victory.

carpecanum on Gobbo's because gobbo's

1 month ago

If you have Haste for all goblins Breath of Fury gives you infinite goblins and infinite attacks.

Mobile Garrison gives you and extra tap with Krenko but mostly I just like goblins screaming into combat in tanks.

City of Shadows can charge up on goblins right before they die and can end up giving you a ton of mana (for 12 cents).

Gob-droid001 on Krenko Mob Boss Goblin Swarm Deck

1 month ago

Hi there nmoore I really like this deck (and most involving Goblin hordes)!

    I do have a few suggestions:

Hope the ideas help, if you want more ideas please check out my deck


Grenzo's Method of Madness

Commander / EDH Gob-droid001

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which also involves Goblin hordes - I'd love to hear any suggestions you may have!

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