Fiery Confluence

Fiery Confluence

Sorcery

Choose three. You may choose the same mode more than once.

  • Fiery Confluence deals 1 damage to each creature.
  • Fiery Confluence deals 2 damage to each opponent.
  • Destroy target artifact.
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Set Rarity
Signature Spellbook: Chandra (SS3) Rare
Commander Anthology 2018 (CM2) Rare
Commander 2015 (C15) Rare

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Legality

Format Legality
Casual Legal
Vintage Legal
Limited Legal
Duel Commander Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Leviathan Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Legacy Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Highlander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Fiery Confluence Discussion

Frd123 on Impulsive Immolation

1 month ago

I dont think damage doublers are good in this deck, because they make it easier to have Syr Carah, the Bold to be killed by the global damage effects. What I would recommend is playing Sensei's Divining Top along with Mystic Forge and Helm of Awakening for another win out.

And you are seriously missing Fiery Confluence, they it is worded, i you have 3 opponents you can exile up to 9 cards from the top with a single Fiery Confluence.

Nemesis on Cube additions

1 month ago

JRaynor on Red Aggro - Neheb, the Eternal

2 months ago

Fun build.

Cards I'd recommend: Chandra, Flamecaller was reprinted in this year's commander decks so is really cheap, and she's one of the better Chandras, working especially well with this Neheb.

Speaking of Chandra - the Chandra's Spellbook just reprinted Fiery Confluence, one of the best cards in a Neheb deck in terms of flexibility so if you want to keep this deck around, you might consider picking it up. If Neheb is on the field and you have 3 opponents, you can use it to deal out 6 damage to each player, resulting in 18 mana during your second main phase. It's great, but it's also not really a budget card. The only reason I mention it is how good it is here and it was about 20 bucks until the recent reprint, and now it's about 3.

Beyond that, Torbran, Thane of Red Fell is still reasonably priced. You'll want to hunt down a Chaos Warp due to it being the only catch-all answer for red, and those are pretty reasonable too.

Outpost Siege is a decent way to draw cards, which is important in mono red.

A gem in Neheb is Cryptolith Fragment  Flip. Basically 3 mana for a rock that taps for 4 mana over the course of 1 turn cycle.

You can't really go wrong with how you build Neheb. He's a ton of fun.

DemonDragonJ on Signature Spellbook: Chandra

3 months ago

The complete card list for this set has been revealed!

Apart from the cards that were previously revealed, the remaining six cards are:

Cathartic Reunion

Fiery Confluence

Pyroblast

Pyromancer Ascension

Rite of Flame

Young Pyromancer

Most of the cards in this set are nice, with only one or two feeling like filler, to me (which was the purpose of the Signature Spellbook series, since too many From the Vault sets had cards that were clearly less valuable or powerful than the other cards). Fiery Confluence is the best card in this set, since it was the most expensive, and, thus, in most need of a reprint, but none of the others were very rare or valuable, although that does not mean that they are filler.

Cathartic Reunion was an excellent choice, and the new artwork on Pyromancer Ascension is very nice, but why did WotC choose Pyroblast instead of Red Elemental Blast, when Signature Spellbook: Jace contained Blue Elemental Blast. Also, how could they not have chosen Chandra's Ignition for this set? The artwork that was used on Rite of Flame would have been perfect for that card, especially since RoF has no real connection to Chandra, because the flavor text relates to the ignition of her planewalker spark, and because the artwork clearly shows her planeswalker spark igniting.

The lack of Chandra's Regulator is very disappointing, since I think that that card would have looked great with the frame style that this set has, and I cannot understand why Young Pyromancer was not given new artwork, because, while the card is clearly meant to depict Chandra as a child or adolescent, the character looks nothing like Chandra.

What does everyone else say about this? What do you think of the card list for this set?

Reznorboy on Aristocrats all the way.

4 months ago

Oh yeah. Because you're playing both White and Green and Red and not playing many artifacts or many enchantments, I think you'd be better off playing mass artifact and enchantment hate than playing many artifacts or enchantments yourself (As well as Land Destruction, because it's an option and goes hand in hand with Artifact hate). Good examples are Broken Bond, Dust to Dust, (keep Artifact Mutation), Deconstruct, Gleeful Sabotage, Mwonvuli Acid-Moss, Tel-Jilad Justice, Tribute to the Wild, Ancient Grudge, By Force, Decimate, Fiery Confluence, Fissure Vent, Shattering Spree, Vandalize, Devastating Dreams, Incendiary Command, Rubble Reading, Scorched Earth, Volcanic Awakening, Volcanic Offering, Yawning Fissure. You don't have to play all of those cards, but because you're playing Tymna the Weaver, everyone will want to kill you as quickly as possible regardless, so using these cards will not damage your reputation much anyway.

smilodex on Zada Storm

5 months ago

Cards you really should consider:

smilodex on Tymna and Vial Smasher

6 months ago

When you already play Exquisite Blood you should consider to play the Exquisite Blood + Sanguine Bond-combo.

If you want to take this deck to the next level, you should consider the following cards:

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