Fists of the Demigod
Enchantment — Aura
As long as enchanted creature is black, it gets +1/+1 and has wither. (It deals damage to creatures in the form of -1/-1 counters.)
As long as enchanted creature is red, it gets +1/+1 and has first strike.
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Fists of the Demigod Discussion
1 week ago
Bobba, your tail isn't imaginary, it's just in the front, and you should probably quit wagging it! Aaaahhhhhahahaha!
Looks sweet, love the flavor. Great job man!
Okay I knew about Clout of the Dominus, then the other day I seen Fists of the Demigod, now Favor of the Overbeing, I'm guessing there are more, anyone know what they are? Those are defiantly some of the coolest cards I've seen.
I'm guessing I could just go lookup the set, but why? When we have "Bobba 5000, the Mtg database"!
1 week ago
Looks killer! I mean that literally. It's always fun to do damage without attacking. Might put in s few kill spells to kill off threats early. Terminate is a good one!
Decks looks wicked!
2 weeks ago
The7thBobba: Fists of the Demigod looks like a great fit! I built this deck for a friend of mine at work, who specifically asked for more creature auras, so I'll be sure to pass that recommendation along. :)
3 weeks ago
Cool and savage! If it doesn't break the budget, a personal favourite of mine is Fists of the Demigod. Have a great day!
1 month ago
Since you're trying to build a Rakdos aggro deck the Curse of the Pierced Heart isn't really a good choice... I find it a slow solution for burn decks.Try Fists of the Demigod, it's a multicolor card so it trigger the grimblade and the hackblade, it's easier to cast and most of all it gives first strike to all of your red creatures like the 3/1 with trample, the 2/1 with haste or the grimblade (first strike and death touch ;-) ) if you're going to change the curse with this I suggest you to put more bicolored creatures over the black ones.
2 months ago
Dragon Mantle, while nice, is too slow for this decklist. It requires multiple mana pumped into it in order to gain any benefit, and although the card advantage is nice, it's only useful when you have 3-4 mana on the board, when you should've won by then already.
Fists of the Demigod is actually really consistent, and adds valuable toughness to our glass cannon creatures. Out of the four rounds I played at the FNM Fists never failed to hit a multicolored creature.