Daring Demolition

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Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Standard Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Aether Revolt (AER) Common

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Daring Demolition

Sorcery

Destroy target creature or Vehicle.

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Daring Demolition Discussion

Control_Train on Only Bolas is Playing Magic

3 weeks ago

I took out Yawgmoth's Vile Offering because I don't think I run the legendaries to support casting it at most points of the game. I also threw in some vehicle hate in the form of Daring Demolition because they're nasty things to deal with sometimes. Also Fatal Push because I found out I had one lol.

saber4734 on Kambal's Brawl

1 month ago

Barrysaurus I appreciate all input. Daring Demolition does not hit artifacts though. Other artifact hate is a good idea. I'll look into it.

stensiagamekeeper on B & B - Zombie Deck

3 months ago

I commented on the first version of this you posted and I like the changes you've made so far. BTW I'll comment on the deck shown not the one you reference in the description because I've already given my opinion on it last time.

A couple of cards I think might be helpful in your deck are Plague Belcher and Festering Mummy. PB is a 3/2 menace zombie with evasion that can be a 5/4 for three in a pinch plus has zombie synergy. FM is surprisinly good against fast aggro and both have incidental synergy with The Scorpion God on top of being zombies. Also if you where going to include a sideboard you could save FM for exclusively aggro matchups as you desperately need spells to play on your early turns.

Speaking of sideboards my suggestions would be Negate and Duress for combo and control, Moment of Craving and Festering Mummy for aggro and auras and Harsh Scrutiny or Aether Poisoner for stompy a.k.a. dinos.

Now on to the more nit picky suggestions: Impale is certainly not a bad card but the fact is there are just better options in standard right now such as Never//Return, Walk the Plank and Daring Demolition even. And, while exile is a nonbo with The Scarab God and The Scorpion God, Hour of Glory and Vraska's Contempt are irreplaceable in getting rid of your opponent's Gods, Rekindling Phoenixs or Angel of Sanctionses. I'd suggest swapping a Mountain for Island so your opponent can't cut your on blue with Field of Ruin. Also I'd use Supreme Will over Disallow as because it'd be easier to cast with your budget manna base and the restriction isn't that big a deal. If your opponent can pay it is late enough in the game that you should probably wait for something big enough that they can't or just use it's second mode to dig for Bolas or something.

Anyway, that's all from me. Have fun testing.

Hi_diddly_ho_neighbor on Rivals of Ixalan Spoilers

4 months ago

I believe Impale is more geared toward limited (like Daring Demolition) where it is very strong. So please pass them my way!

RobotCowhand on Just your typical Alesha deck

5 months ago

Daring Demolition is basically pay 4, destroy a creature. I don't ever think I've seen a vehicle in a game of EDH.

I'd look to put a removal effect on a Power 2 creature so Alesha can bring it back.

Banewhip Punisher - Recur it from graveyard, then pay 1 black, sac it to kill a creature. Mad value!

Big Game Hunter - Discard from hand, pay 1 black, kill a power 4 or greater creature. Then recur later in the game.

Final-Sting Faerie - More situational

Garza's Assassin - Amazing. Bring back with Alesha, sac it, kill a nonblack.

Nekrataal - same deal as above

Murphy77 on

9 months ago

Nightmare is an interesting addition to a zombie deck. I would want a minimum of 2 each of Relentless Dead and Cryptbreaker in a deck like this, and would prefer Never over Lethal Sting and Daring Demolition. I suppose that my biggest concern would be the mana-curve - just too many high cmc cost cards and nothing to play or protect you in the first 4-5 turns.

MrKrabs on All beg for mercy at the claws of Prossh

1 year ago

I've never been super impressed with Defense of the Heart.

Given the more sac-theme of your deck, you might have better results with Pattern of Rebirth?

I feel like there are more solid removal options than what you're including - Hero's Downfall is just better than Daring Demolition, for example.

Would Regal Force be a good option here, given the number of tokens you can produce?

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