Crimson Kobolds

Crimson Kobolds

Creature — Kobold

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Set Rarity
Masters Edition III (ME3) Common
Legends (LEG) Common

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Oldschool 93/94 Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Crimson Kobolds Discussion

Nisoth on experimental meme

1 year ago

You can provide better support for Mox Opal by swapping out Kobolds of Kher Keep and Crimson Kobolds for Ornithopter , Phyrexian Walker , or Shield Sphere .

bushido_man96 on Got your divers license?

1 year ago

If you are looking for more costed spells to cast, its hard to leave out Ornithopter, Memnite, Shield Sphere, and Phyrexian Walker. And since you're in also, you have access to Kobolds: Crimson Kobolds, Kobolds of Kher Keep, and Crookshank Kobolds. I don't know if that helps or not, but it would be fun...

Kogarashi on Ramos, dragon engine interactions

1 year ago

If a card like Ramos, Dragon Engine says "cast" on it, then only spells you cast count. Cloven Casting doesn't tell you to cast the copy, so the copy won't count.

When Ramos, Dragon Engine talks about a spell's colors, it's specifically talking about any colors in its casting cost, plus any colors on its color indicator. Simic Signet has no colored mana in its casting cost, nor does it have a color indicator, so it is a colorless spell. Devoid spells also won't trigger Ramos, even if they have colored mana symbols in their cost. Crimson Kobolds will put one counter on Ramos even though it lacks colored symbols in its mana cost because it's still a red spell.

As for Supply // Demand, while it counts as all three colors anywhere else, it's only the colors of the side you cast when on the stack, so Ramos would only get two counters.

Color_pie14 on Edgar: are there any (no ...

1 year ago

Not that I can find. Neither of his abilities are breakable with one or two cards. The best I can find is Cloudstone Curio along with Edgar Markov, Conspiracy, Kobolds of Kher Keep, and Crimson Kobolds, and that’s four cards, other than the commander

FancyTuesday on EDH Mana Production

1 year ago

If a card says "...of any color to your mana pool" like City of Brass you can use it in any deck. If it has the mana symbols in the rules text like you find in Crystal Quarry you can only use it in a rainbow deck. This is all governed by the color identity rule, which only checks for mana symbols (either in rules text or casting cost) and color indicators like you see in Crimson Kobolds.

Sheet on Purphoros, The Token God

2 years ago

Just some ideas:

Panharmonicon is a ton of fun in Purphoros decks.

Shifting Shadow has been amazing for me, but I run dragons as a sub theme in my list. It's slightly less good if you mainly run non-creatures, but can potentially deliver a shocking one-of, surprise Ulamog, the Infinite Gyre (or whatever you choose to run). Indestructible means Shifting Shadow moves on to find another creature but your indestructible creature remains.

I like running a few Wheel of Fortune effects in my list to refuel my hand.

Hangarback Walker and Walking Ballista work really well. Also, the free-drop creature cards like Ornithopter, Endless One, Crimson Kobolds, Crookshank Kobolds, Kobolds of Kher Keep, Memnite, Phyrexian Marauder, Phyrexian Walker, Shield Sphere, and Shifting Wall are good options if you have room for them and want to lower your curve.

VesuvanDoppelbanger on Squee: All the hats

2 years ago

Needs more kobolds!

Crookshank Kobolds

Crimson Kobolds

+1 for weird gimicky shenanigans.

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