Clout of the Dominus

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Format Legality
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Pauper Legal

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Eventide Common

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Clout of the Dominus

Enchantment — Aura

Enchant creature

As long as enchanted creature is blue, it gets +1/+1 and has shroud. (It can't be the target of spells or abilities.)

As long as enchanted creature is red, it gets +1/+1 and has haste.

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Clout of the Dominus Discussion

Riv329 on Clout of the Dominus

5 days ago

Not sure how these older cards work. When playing Clout of the Dominus do I only have to play blue or red mana, or do I have to pay both a blue and red mana.

lithium142 on izzet burn?

1 week ago

i see you're tryin to keep this budget, so ill keep my suggestions in line with that. out of budget tho, i would HIGHLY recommend you pick up 4 copies of Remand. the card is just bonkers good. and still in line with Darth_Savage's advice, Mana Leak and Spell Pierce are cards you should definitely be looking at. they're super easy to find, too.

Now for some jank control cards =D Kiln Fiend > Mercurial Geists. Clout of the Dominus would run really well with your creature package. and speaking of creatures, i always found Satyr Firedancer to be less than ideal in most situations. same with Thermo-Alchemist. if you added clout, i'd also recommend Riverfall Mimic. Izzet Charm is decent, and Desolate Lighthouse can put in some work for longer games. I also once ran Quiet Contemplation in a budget control deck, and it worked pretty good.

hardhitta71194 on Izzmatic

2 months ago

Spellheart Chimera should be in every deck. He kicks ass. Especially with Clout of the Dominus.

StigIt2me on Dragon of dreams

2 months ago

Interesting that you've taken Intet down a Dragon-deck path, instead of going with a more traditional dragon commander like Karrthus, Tyrant of Jund or Scion of the Ur-Dragon. I can see the benefit of using her to cheat your creatures out for just three mana.

There's a lot of potential here, but it all depends on how much money you're willing to invest to improve the deck. I have a couple of creatures to suggest that might improve your deck: Dragon Broodmother (she's pricey, though) and Savage Ventmaw. Ventmaw and Hellkite Charger have their own infinite combat combos, by the way. Ventmaw goes infinite with Aggravated Assault creating infinite mana in the process, and Hellkite Charger goes infinite with Sword of Feast and Famine while also producing infinite mana so long as you have at least 8 mana available through lands. If you object to using infinite combos, I appologize, but I want you to be aware that they exist. As for cards that can leave the deck, you only have 10 sorceries, so unless you really think you get a lot of value out of it, Hypersonic Dragon might not have a place here. I also don't see the purpose of Dack's Duplicate in the context of this deck.

Since you have so many dragons, you could also include some tribal stuff and some other banner effects that could help. Just to name a few, I know of Shared Animosity, Crucible of Fire, Sight of the Scalelords, and Door of Destinies. With the high number of creatures you have, you can also run Lurking Predators; that will make your opponents think twice before they cast spells.

There isn't much here to synergize with Intet herself so that she can be more consistent. To do so, we're looking for cards that can protect Intet and manipulate what she exiles off the top of the library. Unfortunately, doing this also requires some money... I'll give you the list and see what you think: Sensei's Divining Top, Sigiled Starfish, Soothsaying, Jace, Unraveler of Secrets, Saheeli Rai, Stormcaller of Keranos, Index, Brainstorm, Darksteel Plate, Whispersilk Cloak, and Clout of the Dominus.

I have a Karrthus Dragon Tribal deck of my own that you can refer to for inspiration. It's Thunder of Dragons. I'm also contstructing an Intet deck with a different strategy, which you can find with this link: Do Dragons Dream of Blazing Sheep?

hardhitta71194 on golgarigirl

2 months ago

You're welcome! Thanks for the cards, Now that I have Clout of the Dominus I just have to wait for my Ral Zareks and Ponders to get here and my deck will be complete!

Pleasure trading with you.

The7thBobba on

2 months ago

First of all: Go Grixis! I think they migh be my second favourite shard/clan.

Grixis Obelisk is great for mana fix/ramp.

If I was running more than a couple of planeswalkers, I'd probably consider running a proliferate subtheme, but unless you have some more things with counters, it's probably too much of a hassle.

Dragonshift is awesome! So if you want its full potential, I say go for tokens. Goblins or zombies are probably your best bets.

Ceaturewise: Grixis has some really nasty dudes, especially if you go for gold cards. Thraximundar, Nekusar, the Mindrazer, Prince of Thralls, Sedris, the Traitor King, and Crosis, the Purger are all favourites of mine. As you can see, they have varying foci, but I see it as flexibility :p

Unscythe, Killer of Kings is a killer!

If you wanna pack a lot of instants and sorceries Nucklavee is briliant and a big butt.

Soul Manipulation is such a Bolas'y card, as is Slave of Bolas!

If your creature ends up being predominantly multicoloured, Fists of the Demigod, Clout of the Dominus, and Helm of the Ghastlord are amazing!

Cruel Ultimatum is the Grixis card!

I know that I'm basically recounting my own deck: Cruelty on legs, but all the cards are soooo cool ;)

With these colours there's such a great potential for board control. Spell-wise I'd focus on burn, removal, bounce, and countering

Creaturewise? Big hitters, and things that exploit the grave and things dying in general :)

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