Fiery Temper deals 3 damage to target creature, player or planeswalker.
Madness (If you discard this card, you may cast it for its madness cost instead of putting it into your graveyard.)
|Have (3)||orzhov_is_relatively_okay819 , GeminiSpartanX , metalmagic|
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|Commander 2019 (C19)||Common|
|Ultimate Masters (UMA)||Common|
|Shadows over Innistrad (SOI)||Common|
|Time Spiral "Timeshifted" (TSB)||Rare|
|Promo Set (000)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Fiery Temper occurrence in decks from the last year
All decks: 0.09%
Fiery Temper Discussion
11 hours ago
There are some other "targets" for discard, but I don't think all of these are the best for you. I'll list each of them instead of loads of paragraphs.
Punishing Fire - Could be a replacement for Spit Flame but honestly that's up to you. Punishing Fire is technically more versatile since it hits any target and depending on the matchup it can be easier to retrieve. However, Spit Flame has an easier time removing creatures. This one more to just let you know exists.
Flamewake Phoenix - Again, a card that I'm mentioning just to let you know exists. Since most of your dragons have 4 or more power, you could easily get this card back from your graveyard but you would also deviate a bit from the draconic theme.
Ore-Scale Guardian - This one isn't a target himself, but he makes it more profitable for you to discard lands, specially if you end up being mana flooded.
Runehorn Hellkite - Can be used to refill your hand late game(?) and as he's no diffenrent from other dragons, there's no downside letting him rest in your grave until you active it's effect.
Fiery Temper - Basically adds 3 damage for one mana to all of your discard spells.
These are the monored option. I also have options that would actually require you to splash for black. These are, of course, not mandatory for you to run, but it's always good to get to know more cards.
Bladewing the Risen -A giant dragon that reanimates another one when it comes into play and also has the ability to pump all your dragons. Obviously he's not a target for discard himself. However, he can make other dragons more interesting to discard.
Boneyard Scourge - Pretty simple. Dump him into the graveyard and when one of your dragons die, you get him back for a really cheap cost.
Bone Dragon - A recurrable dragon that can be left in the grave until the late game when it can come back multiple times, assuming you have enough cards in the grave.
In case you consider any of these black cards or you just don't feel confortable not bein able to cast the Thralls, there are a few budget lands that can help you with the mana. Also, the Haven of the Spirit Dragon could help you cast the black dragons but not activate their abilities.
About the cuts for the Thralls, you are still above 60 cards. There are some other cuts you can also make.
Dragonspeaker Shaman - They're quite expensive and you already have a pretty decent amount of "ramp" and cost discounts. Even more, they're really easy to kill.
Slumbering Dragon - He seems quite tempting to play as he can grow a lot. However, that's the problem, he CAN grow but nothing guarantees he will. Also, only one in the deck won't help at all.
Sarkhan's Triumph - Since you now have more card draw, you could maybe cut one of these.
2 weeks ago
Just a heads up, Copter is banned, but I still think there's something there with this deck. Might want Fiery Temper ?
2 weeks ago
Looks solid, though I do question the inclusion of Flamewake Phoenix. If you're just looking to get value out of the Royal Scions and Nahiri discard effects, consider replacing them with
? I'd also consider cutting a few of the Royal Scions for another Blackblade, and/or maybe some
Gideon of the Trials
. A single
Gideon, Ally of Zendikar
could even find its way into here comfortably, I think.
Whatever you decide to do, good luck and have fun with it!
2 weeks ago
thinkoriginal, first of all, thank you a lot for sharing your thoughts on the list!
I see your point on Finale of Promise , but I'm still assessing if it's clunky enough to cut it. I think that with the right timing it's okay and it is easy for the deck to fill the graveyard so for the moment I won't invest on another Brazen Borrower .
Apart from that, I'm also keen on Fiery Temper , and I don't understand why the trend lately is to cut it, as you said, it's Chart a Course and Lightning Axe 's best friend (but at the same time I find it hard to make room for it in the list :s ). The spell I'm the less convinced of is Strategic Planning although it gets you a card, it can toss Phoenixes to the graveyard, and fuels delve... so I'm definitely trying that 3-1 split you commented.
Finally, when it comes to the sb I have to admit that it's been a mess, since every list I've seen so far has been different from the others. So what I'd like to know are the proportions of the different answers that I should carry (this many counters, this much removal...), and then I'll chose the options with which I feel the most confident... I hope i'm explaining myself.
Hahaha yeah I know Anger of the Gods is bonkers... the question here is: is it better than Sweltering Suns ? 'cause they do basically the same except that this one is more flexible and it plays better with Arclight Phoenix ... unless exiling opponent's creatures is worth the nombo.
2 weeks ago
In rough order of how much I like them:
I recently saw a deck based around Haunted Dead that played Prized Amalgam + other graveyard shenanigans, Fiery Temper , and Elder Deep-Fiend in Pioneer, so that was pretty cool and synergistic although not a standard two card combo.
2 weeks ago
This list looks really good. I've been running something very similar, with the only difference being that I cut Finale of Promise for a third Brazen Borrower , as Finale was good when I wasn't casting Treasure Cruise , and pretty rough when I was. I also cut one Strategic Planning for a Fiery Temper . This is a personal call, but in conjunction with Lightning Axe / Chart a Course , it is very powerful.
As for the sideboard, I really like having both Chandras, as they are very good against UW Control. I'd cut the Scions (they seem better with a list that runs Bonecrusher Giant and Thing in the Ice Flip, both which have performed only adequately) and either a Magma Spray or an Aether Gust , depending on how often you see things like Gruul or Mono-Black Aggro, Hardened Scales, etc.
1 month ago
I suspect that Risk Factor is generally better than Browbeat, though I love both desperately in a burn deck.
I think I agree with Apollo, Arid Mesas are not ideal since you run Fire Blast x4, and you really want to have 4 Mountains out very early to potentially end an early game when they eat one too many Browbeats, a way my burn deck wins regularly, when the opponent simply cannot know how bad an idea it is to take the damage! That said, I can see deck thinning can be helpful, but if you're serious about that run looting, it is a key Red ability, and is the king of deck thinning IMHO. You could even use some Madness cards, like Fiery Temper maybe.
Pyrohemia is a good card, and worth considering instead of Volcanic Fallout, though that's some nice art. Pyro can deal more damage if needed, and 3 often a key toughness value.
I do think the deck looks very good, and unusual.