|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Ultimate Masters (UMA)||Common|
|Shadows over Innistrad (SOI)||Common|
|Time Spiral "Timeshifted" (TSB)||Rare|
|Promo Set (000)||Rare|
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Fiery Temper deals 3 damage to target creature, player or planeswalker.
Madness (If you discard this card, discard it into exile. When you do, cast it for its madness cost or put it into your graveyard.)
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Fiery Temper Discussion
1 week ago
I think that just having Faithless Looting to discard Fiery Temper isn't a strong enough game plan to have to justify having them in the deck... I'd suggest changing those out for some more efficient stand alone cards.
-4 Fiery Temper
+4 Lava Spike
This just gives you more flexibility and less dependency on having both those cards.
3 weeks ago
Thanks for the comment. Good stuff.
You're right, the deck tries to benefit of both the madnes effect and vampire's synergies. I agree, there are not many creatures with madness in the deck. On the first glance. Falkenrath Gorger is key here. He gives all vampires (100% of creatures in the deck) madness even though it is at normal cost. In combination with card drawing cards, like Tormenting Voice , Asylum Visitor or Risk Factor you keep your hand healthy and you keep up the paste since the mana curve is extremely left skewed.
It is a stretch to have those topics combined in one deck. You definitely have to forego some of the cards you mention just because you don't have enough space or the overall synergies are too low. Originally, the third theme of the deck was a creature destroy/hand control component encircled around Liliana of the Veil , but she is crazy expensive. The theme is still active though.
I really like your suggestion Fiery Temper . It is basically a Lightning Bolt . Heir of Falkenrath Flip is definitely a card I must add. Same with Bloodhall Priest and Drana. I will kick out Olivia, Mobilized for War in return.
Perhaps, the overall combination is better suited in a Commander deck – what do you think?
3 weeks ago
This is an interesting spin on Jaya Ballard, Task Mage , I use her as my go to commander.
There are somethings I didn't think of, such as the artifacts draw.
My favourite card to use with her ability, is Fiery Temper it gives me (if use her second ability) the chance of 2 lightning bolts for 4 mana. That would be my only suggestion.
Might have to borrow a few your ideas to increase the pace of mine. =)
3 weeks ago
You might want to split this into two decks, as you seem to have lot of the makings for two archetypes here.
Looking at the Madness side of things, that deck generally wants to be absurdly aggro and pummel things down with its underpriced creatures, but you currently only have 4 reliable discard outlets, the 2 Stromkirk Condemned and 2 Furyblade Vampires, and that makes it hard reliably abuse the discount Madness cards give you. I'd greatly recommend adding more Furyblades and a playset of Heir of Falkenrath Flips for evasive outlets, and then either 2 more Stromkirk Condemned if your landbase can reliably support it as a 2 drop, or some Insolent Neonate s OR Olivia's Dragoon s otherwise, as both are also evasive outlets.
You may also consider a playset of Fiery Temper in place of Terminate , as the 3 damage takes care of most early drops and you can discard it to your outlets for an upside, not to mention chuck it at the opponent's head.
From my testing with the card, Olivia, Mobilized for War is extremely non-ideal for a Madness deck, as you will only rarely have the mana to pay for both an initial creature drop AND the Madness cost of whatever you discard -- both the Stromkirk Captain you are running and Drana, Liberator of Malakir serve as better top end support cards for the deck.
Looking at Madness creatures, if you can reliably burn through your hand fast enough the Bloodhall Priest effectively becomes a 4/4 Shock on a stick for 3 mana, which is amazingly efficient, while the Incorrigible Youths make for devastating turn 3 swings. I won't say they are necessarily better than the Occultist/Asylum/Bloodmad, but only because they are easier to cast on curve if you miss a discard outlet.
For the other deck it looks like you have the pieces for here, I'd recommend dropping the discard/madness theme and focusing on the White/Black tokens from Ixalan instead -- anthem effects are extremely powerful with those tokens, especially since their large numbers quickly enable the Bloodline Keeper and Captivating Vampire. That deck also still likes Drana, Liberator of Malakir , as she puts her counters on the tokens before they hit due to first-strike, and opens up the Indulgent Aristocrat as a highly effective 1 drop. Vampire Nocturnus also synergizes a lot more with that deck, since more of the drops are black, while the Madness deck tends to run red with a splash of black.
1 month ago
1 month ago
This deck has some odd card choices... For starter you aren't running the best red madness card Fiery Temper, replace Alchemist's Greeting and Avacyn's Judgment. You are running Senseless Rage which gives your opponent an easy 2-for-1 when they remove the creature, maybe Stromkirk Occultist or Reckless Wurm to give you an additional threat. I'm not sure why Falkenrath Reaver is here either, nobody would play the Grizzly Bears, when you have options like Furyblade Vampire, Falkenrath Exterminator or Bloodcrazed Neonate. Last thought, If you dropped Doubling Season and ran Volt Charge, Contagion Clasp or Tezzeret's Gambit, proliferate would probably get the job done... Still, you have the beginnings of a deck that could be fun, so I wish you luck with your brew.
Fiery Temper occurrence in decks from the last year
All decks: 0.09%
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.0%