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(U/R)(U/R), Tap, Tap two untapped red creatures you control: Crackleburr deals 3 damage to target creature or player.
(U/R)(U/R), Untap, Untap two tapped blue creatures you control: Return target creature to its owner's hand.
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23 hours ago
Plus Pyromancer's Goggles could be crazy.
3 months ago
Some other options: Supreme Inquisitor, Kyren Negotiations, Crackleburr (can potentially both tap or untap your creatures, and return choice wizards to hand), Springleaf Drum, Crookclaw Elder, Sigil Tracer, Mothdust Changeling (a sneaky wizard), Aphetto Grifter. That should cover the most fitting cards for tapping your stuff.
6 months ago
i dont see Paradox Engine performing well in here. this list doesnt care about tapping/untapping creatures. would love if it could untap my lands
6 months ago
I really like your list! I have an Izzet deck I'm working on as well and if you can spare a look I'd appreciate it, Jori En, Diving on a Budget
So for your deck,
Could Wild Ricochet have a place in here?
you have 7 sorcery spells you're giving flash with Hypersonic Dragon, is it still worth it?
how has Mana Flare preformed for you? doubling mana for your opponents seems risky, but i would like to hear your expirence with it
10 months ago
I own more than 200 Totally Lost some foil some not, but I don't actually play the card, unfortunately.
Tidewater Minion is my favorite sleeper combo piece in EDH, any blue EDH deck I've owned, I've basically jammed one in there because of how many ways it can enable combos or just good synergies.
Same goes for Dream Cache as it's amazing to just dig, keep information, and set up combos like Miracles or Cascade
And I LOVE how many things Torpor Orb just critically stops
I have a TON of other 'pet cards' but they usually aren't good like Crackleburr most likely just my favorite card in the game for everything about it, just wish it was better.
1 year ago
Some random Izzet cards I've come across from LRW/SHM: Clout of the Dominus, Inside Out, Crackleburr, Nucklavee, Noggle Bandit to crack those clogged multiplayer boards, Mindwrack Liege, Mirror Sheen in the sideboard
1 year ago
Brighthearth Banneret, Crackleburr, Eyes of the Wisent, Grinning Ignus, Flamekin Harbinger, Ingot Chewer, Liege of the Tangle, Incandescent Soulstoke, Living Hive, Mulldrifter, Omnath, Locus of Mana, Smokebraider, Wilderness Elemental , Stigma Lasher, Spawnwrithe, I looked up all the modern Elementals and these are the ones I found relevant.Noticed that some of the Larger Elementals could have a potential Through the Breach effect.
1 year ago
Update: removed one Deflecting Palm and added one Triton Tactics as well as two copies to the sideboard. I always prefer only having to leave 1 mana up, especially in a deck with so much to do. If you find yourself seriously racing, you can still side to have 3 Deflecting Palm . Meanwhile, the one-of toolbox copies of each will leave opponents guessing long after they have seen one, debating every attack - keep them guessing.The triton alongside the Blistercoil Weird and Crackleburr will mean 'tapped out' is rarely actually tapped out. Against non-creature decks or unblockables, e.g. Merfolk, simply remove the triton and board in palms and counters. I removed 1 Twisted Image from the sideboard to make space, but I consider 3 the minimum as my locals have a lot of very problematic Spellskite Wall of Omens and less-troublesome birds/hierarchs floating around with all the Jikki, Infect, combo and control going on. Against many decks it gives a real edge. Cards which are certainly worth considering also include Coordinated Assault for packing the extra punch off prowess or surprising with a vicious untap synergy for Blistercoil Weird and of course Dromoka's Command for all the synergies it brings, screwing up burn, key enchants like unlife for Ad Nauseum, targeted removal, and the usual prowess trigger. So many possibilities, so few slots!
Feel free to comment with any ideas folks.
Noogin thanks very much for the comment, I am glad you enjoy the deck. Going to try it at the local FNM next week and will post results!