Exquisite Firecraft

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Format Legality
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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Magic Origins Rare

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Exquisite Firecraft

Sorcery

Exquisite Firecraft deals 4 damage to target creature or player.

Spell mastery — If there are two or more instant and/or sorcery cards in your graveyard, Exquisite Firecraft can't be countered by spells or abilities.

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Exquisite Firecraft Discussion

.Aliens. on crispy shadow

1 week ago

This RB burn deck list is similar to what you are doing.

Side Board:

I would completely remove white from the SB and just go full RB.

1 or 2 Exquisite Firecraft have been really good for me. It is a great card against control decks and it is a guaranteed four damage. I would play this instead of Guttural Response, you dont need to get into a counter war with this type of deck.

2 or 3 Nihil Spellbomb is great graveyard hate against control, dredge, lantern, etc. In this kind of deck, it is better than Rest in Peace because it draws you a card, only costs one to cast, and the effect is asymmetrical. I also like Relic of Progenitus in this spot, but Spellbomb is better if you are running black and Grim Lavamancer.

Typically, Boros Burn plays three Path to Exile in the side for the Eldrazi matchup. I would replace these with three Dismember. Dismember also works well with Death's Shadow and can be cast for colorless through a blood moon.

Rain of Gore is an absolute house in the right matchup. It is great against Lightning Helix, Batterskull, Kitchen Finks, and all of soul sisters. It can win you games that are otherwise unwinnable (i.e. soul sisters).

Smash to Smithereens (two CMC artifact removal) is essential against decks that run Chalice of the Void. It is also good against Affinity.

This is what Im proposing for a SB:

2x Exquisite Firecraft - one of these is a flex spot

2x Nihil Spellbomb

3x Dismember - one of these is a flex spot

3x Rain of Gore

3x Smash to Smithereens

1x Kolaghan's Command

1x Skullcrack - this is a flex spot

Main Deck:

I really like Grim Lavamancer in this kind of deck. Two main board makes sense.

12 fetches is probably too many. Eight fetches (four Bloodstained Mire four Arid Mesa) makes sense. I think two or three Swamps would work for the main. You could replace the other four fetches with Foreboding Ruins.

I think you can take out the three Fatal Push in the main and replace it with two Searing Blaze and another Grim Lavamancer. Searing blaze is one of my favorite cards in burn against creature decks. Instead of Fatal Push in the main, run two or three Dismember in the side.

spleen on monored burn

1 month ago

Yeah, I'm planning to upgrade to boros burn for some better removal and Boros Charm, but need to get some fetch/shocklands first. The only thing with changing to Exquisite Firecraft and Flames of the Blood Hand is that they have a higher mana cost, slowing you down a bit, but up to you if you think the higher cost is worth it.

xburguer1 on monored burn

1 month ago

the plan is to upgrade to naya burn soon. Meanwhile i need to close the list till tomorrow. For SB i'm thinking: 3Roast 4Smash to Smithereens 3Molten Rain 1Grafdigger's Cage 2Relic of Progenitus 2Leyline of Punishment

In mainboard i think i'll cut 4 Magma Jet to 2Exquisite Firecraft and 2Flames of the Blood Hand

any thoghts on this ?

akrondo21 on Casual burn

1 month ago

It's nice to see another casual Burn player. I've got a casual Burn deck that runs great if you decide to take a look at it. I've also got some suggestions.

First, I'd drop down to 20 mountains. Typically you won't want more than that if you're looking for speed. I'd also drop the Grim Lavamancers as they are going to be too slow without any expensive fetchlands in your deck.

Some cards to consider would be: Thermo-Alchemist, Monastery Swiftspear, Hellspark Elemental, Keldon Marauders, Sulfuric Vortex, Flame Rift, Exquisite Firecraft, Breaking Point, Skullcrack, Needle Drop, Magma Jet, Curse of the Pierced Heart, Flames of the Blood Hand, Volcanic Fallout, Price of Progress, and finally, my favorite red card, Fireblast.

Think about what decks your friends are playing and which cards you like best then go burn face.

BlackjackHD on Modern Rakdos Burn

1 month ago

Eidolon of the Great Revel is easily the best burn card this side of Lightning Bolt. You should play a fourth copy. Vexing Devil is pretty shmeh, unfortunately, because you give the opponent the choice. It seems like there's no right answer, but after playing the deck long enough you'll find that there is, and your opponent makes it every time.

Blackcleave Cliffs make sense for the deck, as does the aforementioned Kolaghan's Command, as on its worst days you can shock your opponent and make them discard at instant speed, but on its best days you can shatter their Dragon's Claw and get back your Eidolon.

Exquisite Firecraft also sees some play in modern Burn, so I guess it's worth considering.

lilchaos on Izzet Graveyard Budget Deck

1 month ago

PocketGio, Exquisite Firecraft is a solid card, but again it's too expensive personally and i don't like the three mana cost to cast.

Izzet Charm is a great card, and i will probably switch out Nagging Thoughts for it.

As for Steam Augury i feel that Taigam's Scheming is superior as it does the same thing except i have full control even if it is a sorcery.

I like your point as per the Sorcery vs Instant, good advice.

PocketGio on Izzet Graveyard Budget Deck

1 month ago

one thing i have learned about this deck is that you always want to play at least two spells a turn and being reactive makes the deck clunky so in order to be more fluid you run only instant cards, the Exquisite Firecraft is to good to pass up so i added Quicken to maximize Guttersnipe value. plus it draws a card so its a great cantrip.

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