Fanatical Devotion

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Nemesis (NMS) Common

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Fanatical Devotion

Enchantment

Sacrifice a creature: Regenerate target creature.

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Fanatical Devotion Discussion

goldlion on Google Ghave, Search Engine of Doom *Help Wanted*

1 month ago

Ohhh, yes! Settle the Wreckage, so cheap for an instant wipe because it can have a strong upside for the opponent - but not with the search engine of doom in action! Excellent call Nrdman, that'll be a great addition.

Heliogabale, good tip on Teferi's Protection! That'll definitely go on the one-day-list for when/if I feel it's time to spend the $ to tune this deck up another level. It'd be a great card to have anyway, and I think it's strength would really shine here with the combo pieces all in play. For example, with Ob Nixilis out, if I have Avatar of Growth and Fertilid on the battlefield I can activate their ETB's again - in which case it'd be not just good for protection, but for re-triggering deck searches. Sweet!

I'm hoping for a little more perspective on Fanatical Devotion. I have it in my primary Ghave deck because I can pay 1 to turn a +1/+1 counter into a saproling, then use that as sac fodder to regenerate key creatures. I saw this as stronger than most aura/equipment options because I can protect any creature with it when necessary, with Ghave, Guru of Spores fueling it. Do you think it's worth keeping in, with that in mind?

Either way, the cards you mentioned will also be important additions. Thanks!

enpc on You got reanimator in my Selesnya

1 month ago

I'm surprised not to see Phyrexian Altar here - it's broken good and lets your recur Saffi from the command zone with any loop and an ETB draw card creature. It's much better than both Martyr's Cause and Fanatical Devotion.

I have also found Starved Rusalka to be a good sac outlet. While not infinite, having an outlet on a body (especially for Protean Hulk's sake) can help provide a lot of value.

enpc on Just Stay Dead: cEDH Edition

5 months ago

Golfrolax: My issue with both the Boonweaver combo and Hulk is that without a repeatable sac outlet, they just act as a once off tutor. The deck only runs 5 repeatable sac outlets and of that 2 are immediate win conditions, 1 is a card draw engine and the other two generate infinite mana (I can generally set up a card draw engine given infinite mana).

If the deck had access to black, it would be a very different story as I would be running cards like Viscera Seer and Zulaport Cutthroat. However in the current build and in a combo situation I will aready have the sac outlet (say Blasting Station) and fenerally have access to Saffi Eriksdotter already. So at this point both Hulk and Boonwearver are stand-ins for a single creature. The whole beauty of both hulk and boonweaver is that they can assemble multiple combo creatures in one hit, however there isn't generally a requirement for this in the build.

As tutors they are ok, however both are very expensive to play and I'm already running a solid suite of creature tutors, all of which I would like to think are generally better than Hulk or Boonweaver, as well as better than Pattern of Rebirth. My biggest beef with pattern is that you have to both enchant a creature and then sac it. This means that in a worst case scenario, it is not useable to recover from a crappy board state, whereas the other tutors just cost mana. It also leaves a lot more openings for the creature to be removed.

I've thought about running cards like Martyr's Cause, Fanatical Devotion and even Reaper of Flight Moonsilver, however all of these cards are either too conditional, are a nonbo or both. I run Starved Rusalka (it was a toss up between her and Martyred Rusalka - martyred has the better ability but starved is easier to fuel with cradle) which is the closest the deck comes to Viscera Seer however is only good for jump starting combos/getting value, not for infinite loops.

I have looked into lines with Hulk, using rusalka plus Hidden Herbalists and Demonmail Hauberk (which can be fetched with Stoneforge Mystic) however they end up too clunky.

There is one deploy line which is Saffi + High Market into hulk, sacing saffi and then sacing hulk to market getting Academy Rector + Starved Rusalka, then off the second hulk sac (via rusalka) you can get Karmic Guide however this line still feels messy to me as you need 9 mana and High Market (so really 10 mana) to make it work.

That's my thought process on the whole thing, but I am always keen to get others' thoughts too.

Spirits on Arahbo, Xenagos... for Cats EDH

7 months ago

Hi TzickyT & Acute19,

Thanks for the comments.

Hunting Grounds is not bad, I don't play any large CMC creatures, CMC3/4 is my average. Lurking Predators is in similar fashion, but gets the "draw". If it could cheat in a Nazahn, Revered Bladesmith on Turn 3, would be all-star, but I'd have to play cards like Grisly Salvage (and others similar, like The Mending of Dominaria) and such to make it viable. In the current build, even with 30 creatures, I'm not sure how fast I would get to Threshold to make it viable. I like the concept not prepared to try and go down that graveyard building road just yet. I do have the Fetch lands, so I'm 1/2 way there already!

Even though my guys are small, I don't usually aggro to make Fanatical Devotion extremely valuable (how I play anyway). I'll resolve enablers, like Puresteel Paladin + Lost Leonin together, but wouldn't usually play Lost Leonin + Adorned Pouncer together, I hold the Adorned Pouncer back incase Lost Leonin gets killed, since I only have the 1 Eminence trigger. It's an interesting one though, might be worth play testing to save key creatures like Stonehewer Giant (but he just pulls protection on himself as needed anyway). Very interesting though.

Natural Balance a little slow, is a form of land destruction though, could shut down some decks. I'm usually the one mana ramping though, so I might lose lands in the transaction, and give lands to opponents. I'll try and keep an eye out on T3/4 when this would be cast, to see where I am comparatively. If it's played early, it ramps the opponents too, whereas in I'm pretty efficient at ramping just myself (and not opponents) already. There are lots of other great ramps not already in here.

I am testing Krosan Vorine right now in my Mirri, Little Kid Aggro EDH deck to see if he's viable here. My concerns with him are 1) No Trample 2) Trying to infect kill early with Lost Leonin and Doublestrike he doesn't help that. I do think he's valuable for killing/sniping creatures later as a control card with Eminence, especially greasy creatures that try to hide. I agree with you, have to get him in there. I have lots of cards under eval to replace, I'll need to pickup another copy of him at the store.

Cheers,

SynergyBuild on X X X Enchantress

7 months ago

There are plenty of win conditions for Enchantress decks. I'll be honest, beatdown is iffy as a wincondition for enchantress, because if you drop a ton of enchantments on a turn, Opalesence and HoofT then you can't swing with your new enchantments. This has been my personal issue with it.

Comboes (Infinite or Repeatable) are a better win condition most of the time. This is due to the massive amount of draw that enchantress decks can bring to the table. By resolving any enchantress (or tutor for one and then let them resolve), your deck can be drawn to a massive extent.

Some of the more normal comboes for WG Enchantress are below:

Earthcraft + Squirrel Nest (with Altar of the Brood / Throne of the God-Pharaoh in Captain Sisay decks.)

Rest in Peace + Helm of Obedience (Or Leyline of the Void in black)

Opalescence (Or Starfield of Nyx) + Parallax Wave

Boonweaver Giant + Sac Outlet (In enchantress Martyr's Cause or Fanatical Devotion both work.) - This combo works by running Pattern of Rebirth in the deck, you fetch it onto the giant when the giant enters, and then you sacrifice him to the sac outlet, fetching Karmic Guide, bringing back the Giant, when he enters, return Pattern of Rebirth from the yard. Then you sacrifice the Giant again, fetching Fiend Hunter, exiling Karmic Guide, sacrifice the Hunter, bring back the Guide, return the Giant. Sacrifice the Giant to find Reveillark, and sacrifice the lark to return Karmic Guide and Fiend Hunter, they both enter.

From that point forward, you can return the Giant with the Karmic Guide trigger to return the Giant, then exile the Guide under the Fiend Hunter, sacrifice the hunter, return the Guide again, bringing back the lark. Repeat this to put all creatures from your deck onto the battlefield, sacrifice the Academy Rector finding Earthcraft, sacrifice and return Eidolon of Blossoms, tapping it for mana and drawing off of it.

NeverTheTwelve on Polnareff's Bizarre Adventure

8 months ago

Is that a mother**g JOJO reference?

Also if you play with SB

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