Exquisite Firecraft

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Pioneer Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Magic Origins (ORI) 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.

Exquisite Firecraft Discussion

Argy on Pioneer Pummeler

4 weeks ago

Re: Planeswalkers Vivien, Arkbow Ranger has a second ability which is interesting.

Her first ability is also relevant for this deck.

(Yep, always trust Argy to mention a card which is on no one else's radar.)

Other than that, in these colours, combat damage or burn are your best bets.

I've always liked Fated Conflagration , and Stoke the Flames or Exquisite Firecraft might be worth consideration.

Of course you've already got Pithing Needle

Argy on Mono Red Burn

1 month ago

I was going to give you lots of comments about this deck until I realised it would just be easier to link you to one of my old ones.

Scorch

I think there are so many better burn and draw spells to use in this format (apart from Bomat Courier , which I think should stay).

If you don't have time to look, the take aways are:

Although Stormy Stormbreath is one of my favourite cards, he feels too slow here.

Good luck with your build.

Die4Dethklok on Casual Burn

5 months ago

How strict is the budget? And how casual?

You can make a pretty decent burn deck for around $40, if you try to keep it fast and low to the ground, by dropping things like Viashino Pyromancer and Guttersnipe , and adding Soul-Scar Mage and / or Monastery Swiftspear

An upside to playing the prowess 1-drops is it gives you reliable access to a cheap burn spell called Wild Slash which is very good if you can reliably turn it on. Especially alongside Kiln Fiend , that should be easy to do.

I'd also suggest dropping Volcanic Fallout in favour of Exquisite Firecraft , losing the instant speed can be a minor downside, however, with two in the deck, and it costing 3 mana anyway, Firecraft will work more like a finisher, hitting your opponent for 4 instead of 2, and possibly finishing them off. It is uncounterable with spell mastery, which should be pretty easy to turn on.

Also, with 20 lands, it might be worth considering Shard Volley , turn your extra lands into 4 damage.

TehCAnnable on

10 months ago

So, I think when I built this, I assumed that Goblin Guide and Monastery Swiftspear were my other 2 "Bolts" for some reason lol. 1 mana for 3 damage on average fits right in with typical burn strategy, so I probably counted them. It's probably more aptly named as 24-Bolt lol.

And Kiyomei, if I were to put cards in my sideboard for control, I would probably run Exquisite Firecraft . Uncounterable is very strong, but games in Modern are typically very fast and efficient so depending on my Banefire to ever be cast for more than 2 seems like a mistake. I don't want to have to depend on drawing a critical mass of lands in a deck with only 18 lands in it, and the longer I have to hold a burn spell while waiting on lands, the more likely it is that it gets removed from my hand by a rogue Duress or Collective Brutality. I want to draw it, cast it, and kill my opponent with it while they hold up countermagic that does nothing, and Exquisite Firecraft fits that slot while only costing me 3 mana.

magus_oblivion on Boros Burn

1 year ago

I'd at least go down on the Damping Sphere count; probably no more than 2. It's good against Tron at least. Maybe put in Exquisite Firecraft? That could help with control matchups.

Caerwyn on Burn in Hell *again*

1 year ago

I am not overly fond of Exquisite Firecraft - I think it costs (3 mana) too much for what you receive (4 damage).

Those changes for budget purposes make sense. If it's any consolation, I think Vexing Devil is an extremely overrated card. Generally, you do not want to give your opponents options--they will always choose what is in their best interest. If they have a Fatal Push, Lightning Bolt or Path to Exile in their hand, they'll always let the spell resolve, then get rid of it without harm. If not, they can take the damage, and avoid you having a creature. It's not the worst card letting your opponent choose, since the options are all pretty painful, but there are generally better options.

DOGxOFxWAR on Mono-Red Burn

1 year ago

Id prefer Exquisite Firecraft in Main Board,Decent card. And I think Vexing Devil is a great card all around.

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