Conflagrate

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Time Spiral Uncommon

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Conflagrate

Sorcery

Conflagrate deals X damage divided as you choose among any number of target creatures and/or players.

Flashback-(Red)(Red), Discard X cards. (You may play this card from your graveyard for its flashback cost. Then remove it from the game.)

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Conflagrate Discussion

Neotrup on Casting Conflagrate with my opponent ...

1 week ago

The way you described casting Conflagrate it has 3 targets. Spellskite can change any one of those targets to itself, but can only be a target for the spell once. Presumably they'd spend 2 life to change the target from themselves to the Spellskite causing Conflagrate to kill 3 creatures. If you instead chose to deal 1 damage to Birds of Paradise, 1 damage to Noble Hierarch, 1 damage to Spellskite, and 4 damage to their face, they would not be able to use Spellskite to change any target of the spell.

Pheardemons on Casting Conflagrate with my opponent ...

1 week ago

Let's say my opponent has a Spellskite on the battlefield and I cast Conflagrate for its flashback cost dealing a total of 7 damage. I choose to target a Birds of Paradise (1 damage), Noble Hierarch (1 damage), and the other five to my opponent's face. Since Conflagrate says "any number of target creatures and/or players," will my opponent have to pay 2 life per 1 damage? Or if they pay it once, all damage from Conflagrate has to go to Spellskite?

sylvannos on Making a janky standard deck ...

2 weeks ago

There's the option to play a BUG shell with Kiora's Follower, Arbor Elf, Utopia Sprawl, Garruk Wildspeaker, Kiora, Master of the Depths, etc. With that much ramp, you can easily get a turn 3 New Perspectives. You then cycle through your deck and go for the kill via Laboratory Maniac.

The other thing is the mana ramp lets you actually cast the expensive cycle cards. As in, you can start stealing your opponent's shit with Lay Claim or beat faces with Shefet Monitor.

The other thing I was thinking of is with Shadow of the Grave, it's not just when you cycle cards, but whenever you discard anything. This opens up options for things like Worm Harvest, Greater Good, Raven's Crime, Cathartic Reunion,Conflagrate, and so on. The only downside is needing mana because they don't benefit from New Perspectives.

LeaPlath on Making a janky standard deck ...

2 weeks ago

I was discussing this very same thing with a friend.

I think your best win con is probably Conflagrate. This puts you into Grixis, for all the cycle value and pay off, you can also try and get extra value out of Karoo lands, and because you discard, you can Con for say 10, recurr, and con again for lethal.

TheDuggernaught on Dredge

2 weeks ago

I would strongly suggest some fetch lands if you can afford them, and least 1 basic Forest. Having your green source Ghost Quarter'd so you cannot Life from the Loam for a good Conflagrate or continued cycle/dredge triggers feels bad man. Most other dredge lists also use Haunted Dead, and Scourge Devil.

Sargeras on Modern Breaker: Rest in Spaghetti, Never Forgetti

3 weeks ago

Fore sure Open the Vaults could be (and should be) a one-of in the sideboard.

One card I failed to mention before is Phyrexian Unlife, as it would make you less vulnerable to decks like burn that can get around your cards like sphere of safety, while also helping you against creature based decks. If you do add it it would probably come in as a one-of.

Story Circle can help you against decks like Ad Nausseum and Dredge that'll try to combo kill you with Lightning Storm and Conflagrate. while also protecting you from cards like Death's Shadow or Tarmogoyf, and in any mono colored matchup, it's just tap 1 stop damage from your opponent.

Rule of Law is to stop decks like Revolt zoo and Storm, which all have big turns where they play a TON of spells early in the game.

I'm unsure if Shambling Vent would work as your opponent will be able to block your creature, which nets you maybe a turn. Which isn't really enough. Besides the ram, Font of Vigor is all I can think of to offset lifelink. In all honesty, Ram should probably be in the sideboard for aggressive matchups.

Venomous08 on better than scapeshift and cheaper to

4 weeks ago

Cut all the Dimir House Guard, run 2 Mystic Retrieval instead. Definetly go up to 2 or 3 Life from the Loam. Also 4 Insolent Neonate is a staple in any dredge deck, same goes for 3 Conflagrate. Consider cutting most of the regular removal since you will be milling it most of the time anyways.

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