Dragonspeaker Shaman


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Commander 2017 (C17) Uncommon
Duel Decks: Knights vs. Dragons (DDG) Uncommon
Archenemy (ARC) Uncommon
Scourge (SCG) Uncommon

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Dragonspeaker Shaman

Creature — Human Barbarian Shaman

Dragon spells you play cost less to play.

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Dragonspeaker Shaman Discussion

b.fritz42 on Dragons go Rawr :3c

1 week ago

Might want to consider throwing some Dragonspeaker Shamans in there.

NV_1980 on Not Ur-Dragon, My-Dragon!

1 week ago

In a five-color deck, you may want to add either Prismatic Omen or Chromatic Lantern (or both) in order to always have the right types of mana available. Also I recommend you switch out your obelisks/banners for land tutoring spells (like Rampant Growth, Farseek, Cultivate and/or Kodama's Reach). These will allow you to filter through your deck faster. I'd also recommend adding Urza's Incubator, Semblance Anvil, Dragonspeaker Shaman and/or Dragonlord's Servant to make your dragon spells much cheaper. Last thing I'd recommend: Scalelord Reckoner; makes people very reluctant to destroy your dragons.

quadmiller7 on Smaug's Brood

1 week ago

Also keep in mind there needs to be a solid reason for staying mono red. That reason can be "i want a mono-red dragons deck" and that is fine just keep in mind with shocks and fetches a single splash color is pretty close to free and 2 splash colors are doable with ease. Specifically look at the cards Dragonspeaker Shaman and Dragonlord's Servant they SEEM great, but if you have a light green splash Rampant Growth and Cultivate do the same thing at the same cost and cannot be bolt\pushed. (yes i am aware if you are casting multiple dragons in a turn the cost reducers are better but lets face it your opponent will have almost no targets for push anyway so they are highly unlikely to survive)

mindset905 on

3 weeks ago

You need Lightning Bolt x4. Take out burning oil. And unfortunately Dragonspeaker Shaman isn't modern legal as it was only printed in off'sets like commander and a really old set called Scourge. Not a modern competitive deck but looks fun for casual play.

UltimatHedgehog on BR Dragons

1 month ago

Modern at FNM. I have only played draft at FNM previously and this was a basically kitchen table deck originally built and heavily modified from the 2012 intro pack (my first deck) that I'm trying to make more competitive. I want to get into modern and make this a viable deck. You mentioned Dragonspeaker Shaman, I had a few in this deck for years but just removed them since they are not modern legal. As for Seething Song and Geosurge, I forgot about those cards, but will try it since that also works well with dragon mana abilities.

Hyperalgialysis on BR Dragons

1 month ago

Where to begin. First off, we are going to pretend everything you have here doesn't exsist and start from scratch. You need 4 each of Dragonspeaker Shaman and Dragonlord's Servant. Using this as a starting point we see that red will be the primary colorwe are using splashing black for some poweful dragons and spells. Knowing this we should make sure that most of the dragons you use are only 1 black mana in the cost if possible. Depending on budget, shock and fetch lands would be ideal, but things like Foreboding Ruins Dragonskull Summit Smoldering Marsh and Canyon Slough can all be used to great effect. Some quality dragons to include you don't have in the list we discarded include Dragonlord Kolaghan Kolaghan, the Storm's Fury Mirrorwing Dragon Malfegor Archwing Dragon Thunderbreak Regent and Stormbreath Dragon. Now lets move to some on theme cards you could use to help get you to the later game. Foul-Tongue Invocation Draconic Roar Dragon Tempest Crux of Fate Crucible of Fire Sarkhan the Mad and Sarkhan, the Dragonspeaker. Finally these are a few quality rakdos color cards that are all very good in any rakdos deck. Read the Bones Blighting Terminate Dreadbore Slaughter Games. Just some helpful info. If you play casually, then just have fun and play as you wish, the above suggestions are for a semi competitive modern deck. Modern isnt a very cheap format so expect to spend some cash to get what you need. Get lands first, then cost reduction guys, then removal/enabler spells and finally round out the dragons. Also aside from the 8 cost reducers only run 2 max of any legend, and no more than 3 of anything that costs 5. If it is more than 5 only run 2 as you will likely have a hard time casting it. Good luck

CheeseE on ...Rendering Your Escape Impossible

1 month ago

I would still do way more dorks. Wow Dragonspeaker Shaman is so good. Also Tyrant's Familiar and Hoard-Smelter Dragon would be good, except honestly you already have a ridiculous number of dragons. Fires of Yavimaya might be good in your deck.

Ninja_T0-_-0 on Dragon Deck WUBRG

1 month ago

Three possible additions:

Enduring Scalelord: Counter placement

Dragonlord's Servant: Smaller version of: Dragonspeaker Shaman

Mycosynth Lattice: Win con with Hellkite Tyrant

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