Curse of Opulence


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Commander 2017 (C17) Uncommon

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Curse of Opulence

Enchantment — Aura Curse

Enchant player

Whenever enchanted player is attacked, create a colorless artifact token named Gold. It has "Sacrifice this artifact: Add one mana of any color to your mana pool." Each opponent attacking that player does the same.

Curse of Opulence Discussion

austintayshus on Hail to the King(s)

19 hours ago

Looks like a fun deck! I also brewed a Korvold deck. It's on my page if you want some ideas.

For lands, I would recommend adding Evolving Wilds and Myriad Landscape and Ghost Quarter . Nearly any land with a sac ability is great with Korvold.

Also, treasure tokens are pretty strong with Korvold. Maybe also add Curse of Opulence and Captain Lannery Storm and Pitiless Plunderer and Dockside Extortionist .

Sakura-Tribe Elder and Harrow and Springbloom Druid and Wood Elves are also some great ramp cards for the deck.

Hope this helps!

TheSimikBOat on Partner's Hug

2 weeks ago

I my opinion, what you can do here is cut things that only gives value to you for things that gives value to every player (or at least some other players): There are some examples:

That is the way you can add the cards that I mentioned, because you have a lot of things that don't help opponents. .

The only temur commanders that I think that can lead a group hug deck are Kydele, Chosen of Kruphix + Ludevic, Necro-Alchemist . Ludevic has the "don't hit me and you will have a card" effect that goes perfectly with Group Hug philosophy, and Kydele can be a good ramp card with all the Howling Mine effects.

TheSimikBOat on Partner's Hug

2 weeks ago

Hey, cool deck! I loke so much the group hug decks, but I loved this one when I saw the ice-cream machine ( Timesifter ), and also I have here some suggestions:

I hope this helped you!

PeaceAndMusic on Daretti - New and improved | Primer

1 month ago

Sorry for the double comment, but based on your suggestions I've added the following cards to the maybe board for future testing! Mycosynth Lattice , Curse of Opulence , Darksteel Forge , All Is Dust

These cards may fit into a revision down the road and I hope to test them soon!

PeaceAndMusic on Daretti - New and improved | Primer

1 month ago

Hey all! Sorry for not replying sooner, life got chaotic!

TheCardPool The land base is the life blood of this deck! Being able to use my lands as another spell is crucial for keeping my game plan going and keeping early game interaction at the maximum! Most of the cards you listed would be great in creature heavy metas! The meta I'm in doesn't usually use the attack step, and I really need to cheat out my stax by turn 1 or 2 to slow the pace of the game down!

TheSimikBOat Darksteel Forge usually is me taking a turn off of playing something to slow the game down. I would rather another piece to make it harder to play a spell, then protection! That being said if I feel like I can't keep my pieces out when I need them I may have to add it in! Curse of Opulence is a double edged sword! I have thought of using it multiple times, but I worry about giving my oponents too much advantage, especially since I am using stax to increase the cost of cards, it might detract from that strategy. Mycosynth Lattice I had this in my deck, I won with it once. The rest of the time it was a dead draw, sitting in my hand, or graveyard. If I had more ways to tutor Karn, I would totally run it, but since I took it out, Karn is less of threat and can stay on the board longer.

bushido_man96 Tangle Wire is a great card! It's one of the cards in my to test section! I think that it would be a great addition I'm just waiting to rotate out the cards I'm currently testing in the flex spot and it should make it in as a mainstay!

Khordyr on | Curse of the Dragon |

1 month ago

Hi, thank you for your suggestion.

I originally planed to put those doubling token effect card but I found it become too token-centric while I just wanted them to sac them. This is why I mostly opted for "passive" token generation.

About Burnished Hart , I feel that I lost too much turn to get the mana I want since those lands arrive tapped. I put Crucible of Worlds mainly because I was lucky enough to pull it lol, I kinda like the interaction with fetchland tho and it still buff Korvold.

Kresh the Bloodbraided and Sek'Kuar, Deathkeeper are awesome tho. You're right about Mayhem Devil , and I have enough treasure token generator so I'll cut him and Curse of Opulence for them.

I wanted to rely on more win condition than Food Chain combo and unfortunately I'll have to cut those small card if I wanted to add another tutor, I'll see if the deck is consistent enough or not.

Older20 on Marchesa: Queen of Pain (100% Altered)

1 month ago

Thanks cheeseycrackers, I appreciate it. The swords are tremendously useful I have found. The sheer power of Sword of Feast and Famine is undeniable as it will give your creatures unblockable against a very high percentage of Commander decks, and the hit really puts you ahead. The hits from Sword of War and Peace can also just deal out brutal hits to players with full hands, and boosts your own life total which can suffer from a lot from self-inflicted incremental damage.

The swords also work tremendously well against over-confident players who have a giant board presences which you can strategically bypass with the relevant sword.

If you couldn't get a hold of them and needed to find 2 cards to fill their spaces you could try a bigger politics package with Curse of Opulence and Duelist's Heritage , both of which are great. Bloodthirsty Blade might be an option, or simply more ramp with Arcane Signet and Mind Stone . Angel's Grace and more fog effects/removal would also be worth trying.

However, I've found the swords to be a really nice tool in my toolbox in many, many games. I can't think of any other cards that fill that exact space (Aside perhaps from other Swords) and solve the problems that Sword of Feast and Famine and Sword of War and Peace can solve.

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