Whenever a creature enters the battlefield under your control, you get (an energy counter).
, : Return target creature you control to its owner's hand.
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Decoction Module Discussion
4 days ago
- 1.) Do not require any other triggers other than entering the battlefield
- 2.) Immediately return the creature to the battlefield
- 2.1) They don't want until a condition is met,
- 2.2) Or until the beginning of the next end step
If you are fortunate enough to have both out together, you can put an infinite loop on, which can be fed into things such as (in 5c) Soul Warden, Kapsho Kitefins, Orc Sureshot< Impact Tremors, Champion of Lambholt.
Also, Aura Shards, Boltwing Marauder, Bronzebeak Moa, Corpse Knight (Wincon), Decoction Module (Aethersquall Ancient), and honestly just a bunch more. You can also use Aetherflux Reservoir to auto-cannon everyone with Soul Warden and similar life gaining cards.
Also, if you use Clone creatures, you can expand how many creatures you have available to you. Have the Clone enter as a copy of either of the two aforementioned creatures and it works just as good. This also gives you access to a ton of draw via Dire Undercurrents.
1 month ago
Love the idea of getting loads of energy from your ETB's and Yarok but I'm not seeing enough good places to actually spend that energy. Now I know they are commons but you might want to consider adding in Aether Herder , Aether Poisoner and Aether Swooper . While they may not be power houses on their own they creation of servors does mean you could very quickly get an army of servo artifacts going which would also daisy chain in with some of the other cards you have, like Decoction Module and Gonti's Aether Heart . Oh man and then it would also trigger with Fabrication Module so all those 1/1 can get pumped up as well. I hope that helps to give you an alternative tactic.
1 month ago
Playing 4 Decoction Module gives you the ability to go infinite with energy if you want with miner
2 months ago
Nice deck! I'm guessing you got it from Nillstan? He helped me with my energy deck. I suggest putting in Astral Cornucopia . Just cast it for x=1 or 2 and proliferate every turn. Magistrate's Scepter , Call for Unity , and Consulate Surveillance are fun inclusions. Decoction Module pairs nicely with Fabrication Module . The vivid lands are nice..sure they come in tapped but with proliferation they tap for any color all the time.
It's nice to see another energy deck out there. I've never seen another one at any of my LGSs and I always get compliments on it (thanks Nillstan). Energy is a blast to play with in commander and people underestimate it. I hope you have as much fun with it as I do.
3 months ago
7 months ago
I don't know if this is a good suggestion but maybe Savage Swipe . You definitely have enough 2 power creatures. Although I wouldn't recommend just playing a Prey Upon so I don't know. I do think however that Temur Sabertooth would be good for sure. It's not a bear but it could let you easily bounce your cheap (2 mana) bears back to your hand to get extra ETB effects. Decoction Module , Roaring Primadox , Stampeding Serow , Stampeding Wildebeests and Ambush Krotiq all have a similar effect but I don't think they are all worth playing. I also think that maybe Conjurer's Closet or Mimic Vat could be good additions. I think since bears aren't a supper strong tribe by them self your best bet is to maximize the ETB effects. (Which seems to be what you're doing.) I would say you could take out a few of the 2 mana 2/2s just because they don't do too too much and you seem to have a lot of them but I don't know. Like you said there aren't too many bears. Anyways I hope this is helpful. :)
10 months ago
@DrValium My playgroup kind of has an interesting history with boompile, so I tend to avoid it unless I have a Daretti, Scrap Savant as my commander. I do like Lethal Vapors though but I am pretty sure I won't get to cards like that until I finish play testing other cards I have. (Haven't been able to meet up with playgroup recently)
@metalevolence That is mostly due to me having cards lying around that I haven't been able to use in a while. I am moving cards around to play test other things but haven't had a chance to meet up with my playgroup recently to try them out. I honestly will likely take those out and add a little more ramp or something to curve out the deck a bit better. I will definitely figure it out when I have more opportunity to play again.
@mtgmidget You should honestly try out Mirror March . It is more of a pet card that I threw in since I was going to toss a Krark's Thumb in anyway but it ended up being very fun to use. It is really fun using it with etb effects or even with something as simple as a Hellrider . Captive Audience also surprised me with how flavorful it felt with the style of deck. If you want to try out some cards for fun definitely worth throwing the few quarters in for em. I also really liked the Decoction Module suggestion because there were a couple energy cards I was looking into anyway.
11 months ago
I personally don't feel the new Rakdos is competitive. If anyone can prove me wrong, cool. Either way, he is a lot of fun. What I did with mine is create a "Russian Roullete" themed deck. It's very casual, cheesy board wipes, and some of my own minions are not immune to Rakdos Roullete. He's a lot of fun. Here are some useful picks you might want to consider.
Basically, blink Rakdos. :) If you find any others, please let me know. Here is the link to my version.
No graveyard recursion whatsoever, just a bunch of demons, some other useful critters. Some devils, imps. Somewhat refined draw, and a stupid amount of ramp. I saw the cost of Rakdos, and demons, and decided they needed to become affordable ASAP. Built for fun. It gets those demons out though, so you don't necessarily have to cut demons, in fact, because of Liliana's Contract being so cheap right now, I'd take advantage of that if you already haven't. Also, Revel in Riches ..... Running my version, you are basically playing Rakdos Roullette, again and again hehe. Mirror March looks interesting. I am considering Krark's Thumb for mine.
Be careful playing Painful Quandary! If you don't have a ton of discard to support that card, you can get targeted really fast. I run it in my Gonti's suicide hotline deck.
My Rakdos is either hilariously effective against something, or ridiculously ineffective. But, as a lover of board wipes, he is a ton of fun. I may consider Mirror March for my version, so thank you for sharing. Look through my creatures though! There are some fantastic demons that make the ramp worth it. I've got a pretty good ramp package too, so check that out as well.