Earthquake

Sorcery

Earthquake deals X damage to each creature without flying and each player.

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griffstick on Ryusei EDH decks

14 hours ago

Well the good news is, red in cmdr has been getting some love from wizards of the coast, and has been addressing the issues with it's color in cmdr. I'd build it for casual. A red flying deck with board wipes like Earthquake, Mizzium Mortars, and Sudden Demise so that your board is always unaffected by your wraths. You could have the strong enchantments like Warstorm Surge, Sarkhan's Unsealing, and Vicious Shadows to win the game.

All this sounds good but I think it would still be a stronger deck if you had Lathliss, Dragon Queen as the cmdr because most red flying creatures are dragons.

Red has 180ish flying creatures. 83 of them are dragons.

Good luck with you build. I want to see it when it's done.

Saljen on RG Titanshift

1 week ago

Another issue I just thought of with Earthquake is that it's cast for X=0 is Bloodbraid Elf hits it. Volcanic Fallout seems like a good option, if you want to run 8x on the dual lands to ensure you get RR easily. Slagstorm gives you the option of a wipe or a little burn to put in killing range.

Pyer on RG Titanshift

1 week ago

Saljen, I prefer Lightning Bolt over Pyroclasm simply because I can hit also the opponent, maybe I can put Pyroclasm in side. Speaking of Earthquake it’s a tricky card, it can also kill my creatures, or damage me to death, I don’t think I will be able to kill my opponent with that card...

Saljen on RG Titanshift

1 week ago

Why not Pyroclasm over Lightning Bolt? It's much more useful, especially against Humans. Heck, even something like Earthquake would be great. Earthquake would get some damage in on the opponent, which makes comboing off easier, and scales for when you're picking up a lot of mana/ramp but not the combo pieces.

TheBloopKing on Wait, I can Attack?

1 week ago

Never missed the deck premise. Just think that there should be some traditional strategies. If you want to run Firesong and Sunspeaker and top it off with a Resevoir. You need more cheap spells to make it reliable. I would be running atleast 10 cheap burn and 5 big burn spells. Magma Jet, Fiery Impulse, Thunderous Wrath, Staggershock, Lightning Bolt, Lightning Helix, Chain Lightning with bigger spells like Earthquake and Starstorm.

You would also want to top it off with guys like Monastery Mentor, Soul-Scar Mage, Young Pyromancer, Guttersnipe, Bedlam Reveler who all benefit from playing lots of spells and add an advantage by playing spells

Shmookyla on Boros before Horos (Lifegain)

3 weeks ago

Hey Everyone,

Thank you for all the comments, everyone has been really helpful and I appreciate all the suggestions. I decided to add Firesong and Sunspeaker after looking at that card I feel like it is a solid addition so thanks to jolli20 for finding that because I thought I had searched every nook and cranny of the magic universe for cards like that so good work there. Em9500 I used to have Soulfire Grand Master but I decided to revamp the creatures altogether in this deck.KongMing Thank you for all of your suggestions, I am thinking of adding Earthquake to the deck, I gotta figure out how to implement that bad boy into the mix.

GCNDAN3702 on Modern - Tamanoa Combo (?)

3 weeks ago

Oops, I totally missed that! You're right, it wouldn't make much sense to run mark and also reckoner and spitemare alongside it.

Thinking about it some more though, I think Rite of Passage with all of the aforementioned creatures could be fun, but might be too slow if you are trying to make this competitive. I think if you're looking to make this tuned then it would be best to focus more on damage/board sweepers and pain cards that affects both players, and utilize Tamanoa and other life gain cards like Sun Droplet to keep you afloat while your opponent struggles. The pridemates could still be good in the deck as long as you have enough life gain triggers to make them big enough to avoid taking lethal from your sweepers. Some sweepers I would consider are Flamebreak, Earthquake, Firespout, and Volcanic Fallout. You could also maybe have some specific player hate cards in the sideboard that put more damage pressure on the opponent with cards like Psychogenic Probe, Burning Earth, and Burning-Tree Shaman. Eidolon of the Great Revel is also a fantastic card, but I don't know how hard it would be to play around with all of your sweepers since it only has 2 toughness.

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