Efreet Weaponmaster

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Frontier Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Khans of Tarkir (KTK) Common

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Efreet Weaponmaster

Creature — Efreet Monk

First strike

When Efreet Weaponmaster enters the battlefield or is turned face up, another target creature you control gets +3/+0 until end of turn.

Morph 2URW (You may cast this card face down as a 2/2 creature for 3. Turn it face up any time for its morph cost.)

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Efreet Weaponmaster Discussion

ccmaci on The Hermetic Law

6 months ago

How do you pay for Efreet Weaponmaster's mana cost without red mana?

Why do you even have it in your deck? xD

SwiftCadence on Dimir Blink

8 months ago

This is a nice looking deck. I'm working on something similar. What do you think about cheating in something like Abomination of Gudul, Efreet Weaponmaster, or Ponyback Brigade as a morph and flipping it with a flicker?

simicmunkey92 on jeskai help

1 year ago

Metheawesome you know I might just do that I tested it with Efreet Weaponmaster and it did ok the extra +3/+0 on my Whirlwind Adept was nice but if I kept Cunning Breezedancer and added Ojutai, Soul of Winter that would have been optimal. Thanks for that dude I'm also going to add Shu Yun, the Silent Tempest, a halfset of Jeskai Charm, Jeskai Ascendancy, Jeskai Banner and Monastery Siege

simicmunkey92 on jeskai help

1 year ago

Hey guys I built a jeskai deck mainly for casual play but I want to improve it. I am only using jeskai and ojutai cards from the khans of tarkir, fate reforged and dragons of tarkir sets so no origins, bfz or any other sets. I'm adding Efreet Weaponmaster later today and possibly Monastery Swiftspear too. Here is my deck:true jeskai table monk

simicmunkey92 on None

1 year ago

Hey guys I built a jeskai deck mainly for casual play but I want to improve it. I am only using jeskai and ojutai cards from the khans of tarkir, fate reforged and dragons of tarkir sets so no origins, bfz or any other sets. I'm adding Efreet Weaponmaster later today and possibly Monastery Swiftspear too. Here is my deck:true jeskai table monk

JohnnyBaggins on Improving on Vanilla

1 year ago

Icefeather Aven is an absolute killer. I'd firstpick it any day. But Swiftspear is pertty abyssmal in limited and Kin-Tree Warden, even taking two slots on the curve, just isn't good. I get how you can prolong your progress with dying, but don't tell me you've ever won a game on the back of Kin-Tree Warden. Not unless you had some crazy counter-action going on.
Generally, my idea about morphs: If I have a card that costs X and also has morph, it's strictly better than the same card without morph. Therefore, Morph is a slight upside. Really relevant is when it gets the following: You might cast the card on turn 3 as a morph. It's then a slighly off-curve bear. You can then morph the card up. If the morph cost's below the normal casting cost, that's another plus. As such, the card can be relevant at three different spots on your curve and, therefore, is quite good. If I get some stupid effect like Efreet Weaponmaster, the card also suddenly has first strike and ruins combat, or like Ruthless Ripper that suddenly has deathtouch and got you fooled, it's even better. Morph, in general, is an upside.

Zujiry on djinn efreets

1 year ago

Bloodfire Expert - muss

Atarka Efreet - Aggro, more

Shah of Naar Isle - Na jaaaa... aggro ist ja gut und schn... weis nicht.

Wenn wir doch weis ueberlegen:

Efreet Weaponmaster - Find ich aber eher so meh

Artwork iz mir egal?

Rainbow Efreet ... neee

Wildfire Emissary - maybe

Troll? =

Capricious Efreet - Gamblewamble

BEST. EFREET. EVER.

Smoldering Efreet - das artwork ist so lustig....

TheRedMage on If I cast a Languish ...

1 year ago

My rule of thumb:

  • Effects that say that creatures are "gaining" or "getting" something only affect the creatures that are on the battlefield (and satisfy whichever condition is set for the effect) at the time the effect resolves. Let's say I control Glory Seeker and Wild Mongrel and cast Sanctified Charge, then cast a Mons's Goblin Raiders and discard a card to make Wild Mongrel white. Mons's Goblin Raiders will be a 1/1, not a 3/2, because it was not on the battlefield when Sanctified Charge resolved; and Wild Mongrel will not get First Strike since it was not white when Sanctified Charge resolved. Conversely, Glory Seeker will retain First Strike even if it stops being white for whatever reason. This is the case for Languish.
  • Effects that say "each creature" (or "each artifact", "each permanent", etc) also work the same way. If I activate the ability on Immobilizer Eldrazi, my opponent won't be able to block with his Warden of Geometries, even if they target it with Unnatural Endurance and make it into a 4/3 after the immobilizing ability has resolved. Conversely, they can still flash in a Void Grafter after the ability resolved, and block with it, even if its toughness is greater than its power, since it wasn't on the battlefield at the time.
  • Effects that don't fall in either category don't "tag" the creatures and will affect creatures regardless of whether they were on the battlefield at the time the ability resolved - basically these abilities create a temporary change in the rules of the game. If my opponent casts Temur Charm choosing the third mode ("creatures with power 3 or less cannot block this turn") and I control a face-down Efreet Weaponmaster and a Jeskai Windscout, I can go to flip up my weaponmaster, target the windscout with the abilites, and now my creatures (a 4/3 and a 5/1) can actually block.

Hmmm. I think I might try to make this into an article. Not sure, but I think knowing this "rule of thumb" might be interesting for the people out there.