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Fall of the Titans
Surge (You may cast this spell for its surge cost if you or a teammate has cast another spell this turn.)
Fall of the Titans deals X damage to each of up to two target creatures and/or players.
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Fall of the Titans Discussion
1 week ago
Very nice deck. Here are some extra cards that you may want to throw in (or not, the deck already looks nice like I said):
Expropriate, a guaranteed extra turn (your own vote) + benefits, can be cast for real cheap
2 weeks ago
If you're looking to make room, some cuts to consider beyond the ones I already listed based on power level or they just don't push you towards your deck theme/win condition: Psychic Spiral, Chandra's Ignition, Tablet of the Guilds,Trail of Evidence. Otherwise, the other cards are fine, but they may have better options. For example, bounce can be strong if you are playing in a meta that makes big huge tokens, but otherwise not so much. Baral's Expertise is an exception to this considering that it has the versatility of targeting artifacts and lets you cheat mana-cost for a card in hand. You're in red, so instead you could put in something more useful like artifact destruction. You also could replace things with better targets for your doublers, which is a pretty consistent theme an represents a pretty hefty weight on your deck. If you have no targets for them, they are dead in your hand. I already mentioned stuff like Fireball, but there are other options like Stolen Goods, Saheeli's Artistry, Fall of the Titans, etc. You could probably take the one-two worst cards from your Utility, Bounce, Copy, burn sections along with your entire possible cuts section and have tons of room.
2 weeks ago
Scour from Existence takes care of stuff like enchantments that Izzet colors otherwise have a really hard time dealing with.
Mindswipe is an X cost counterspell that also burns the caster's face for X. Pretty cool card for the strategy you're going with here.
Spell Burst is a reusable counterspell that just gains tons of value over time.
Fall of the Titans is a great X finisher that can wipe out two opponents at once if you have the mana.
Power Sink shuts down opponents' land bases while also countering a spell.
Reality Spasm can be fun to untap lands and add extra mana to your mana pool, or tap down a bunch of threatening attackers.
3 weeks ago
Xiar Glad I could help! I'd say you could maybe cut 2 x Censor or 1 x Censor and 1 x Magma Spray for 2 x Slip Through Space, although I'd definitely recommend playtesting with it first as you may find you need the removal more. You could even cut both of the Negate, although that does reduce your creature removal quite a lot.
You've definitely got artifacts covered in your sideboard with By Force, but maybe consider some more creature removal for those match-ups against aggro decks and possibly 2 x Bedlam Reveler for those slower match-ups. Good removal to consider that will enable your prowess and other triggers are Fall of the Titans (cast for its Surge cost) and Fiery Temper if you decide to include a way to discard, like Tormenting Voice or Cathartic Reunion.
If the Amonkhet Gods become a major threat in Standard, I'm also considering sideboarding Burn from Within as that deals with Indestructible creatures. I've also main-decked Sweltering Suns, Fling, and Insult / Injury in my deck, although I'm going to playtest them first as they could turn out to be ineffectual.
Sorry for the ridiculously long answer! If you get the chance, I'd be really interesting to hear your thoughts/suggestions on my deck as well!
4 weeks ago
If you keep with a low cost list, you'll need some value, you could try, Dynavolt Tower or Thing in the Ice Flip, but I don't agree about removing all the Pull from Tomorrow or Chandra, Torch of Defiance...
Since you play at instant speed, you might consider playing Brutal Expulsion, Lightning Axe, Hungry Flames, and Fall of the Titans. Also, if your meta is really aggro-based, try playing more Censor main and put Negate to the sideboard...
For your sideboard, I'm not sure about Bedlam Reveler, you could put it main instead, cause side, you'll rarely put it in, same thing for As Foretold... Fiery Temper is great, when you discard it... Your odds are not for it now...
For the other options, Fevered Visions is made for control matchups and as my frieds say "put four or put not". Torrential Gearhulk or Goblin Dark-Dwellers can cast you a surprise Expedite not to neglect...
1 month ago
Well, the good thing about Burn from Within is that it only requires a couple of mana to do even 1 pt of damage. I think in the sideboard might be the best place, just in case. If you have 3 or 4 mana out, that might be enough to finish off an opponent as they start getting bigger creatures and threats on the board.
Fall of the Titans can also be useful for the sideboard. Again, just in case it is needed.
Yes, Bomat Courier is a lot of fun. :-)
1 month ago
what i believe to be very important in cards is that if they are depicting magic lore, the power of the card should make it feel as that of the scene in the story itself.
for example, Fall of the Titans depicted chandra burning down the eldrazi titans. the card dealing damage and being red fits with chandra, and the surge mechanic fits with chandra teaming with nissa. it may not be good enough to be standard playable, but anyone casting this for a lot of mana using surge can feel the absolute game winning power in their hands. that is what this card should be like, not something super easy to do or broken (or the eldrazi titans would've been dead faster), but once done, is very powerful.
i don't generally care what the theme is, as long as the theme doesn't ruin the 'magic' of Magic, and there is a underlying story to it. colors don't matter as much, as long as they fit general colorings (for example, elves being almost always green), and if they don't stick to their regular colors, there should be a reason that makes sense. for example, lorwyn elves having black.
1 month ago
Lol Fall of the Titans is such a good topdeck!