Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Standard Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Amonkhet Common
Planechase 2012 Edition Common
Dark Ascension Common
2012 Core Set Common
2011 Core Set Common
Stronghold Common
Promo set for Gatherer Common
Promo Set Common

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As an additional cost to play Fling, sacrifice a creature.

Fling deals damage equal to the sacrificed creature's power to target creature or player.

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Fling Discussion

Shane on Can I card:Hijack opponent's creature ...

23 hours ago

Hijack, Fling

You most certainly can. It's quite fun too.

goblinguiderevealpls on Worthy Minotaurs

1 day ago

Fling is still infinitely better than Supernatural Stamina.. there's a reason it has seen reprints, and in a red deck dealing damage is 10 times more important than creatures surviving

beast_of_war on R/B No Critter Aggro

1 day ago

Question. With Hijack, can you steal a creature from your opponent and the sacrifice it to Fling, or does it HAVE to be one of your creatures?

Aceleron on Aggro Minotaur - Game Day Edition

1 day ago

arice332534 so I thought a bit about what I could need to compete against the decks that are in meta at the moment and think I have added some nice problem solver. I think these cards:


Fatal Push,

Grasp of Darkness

dont need further explanation.

The thought behind Hour of Devastation is to get rid of the Amonkhet Gods in case someone plays an Rhonas the Indomitable or Hazoret the Fervent (that were actually the only gods I have seen in tournaments right now)

Key to the City will maybe even be added to the main deck as I get card draw (something that would be very much appreciated in this deck) and I can, just in case my opponent played some defense already, still swing around them with the strongest creature.

I put Scavenger Grounds in the Sideboard so that I could exile his graveyard if someone would be reanimating a lot of creatures through Embalm/Eternalize, it seems like this wont be in the meta, I didnt see anyone playing this strategy until now. So maybe I will get rid of this card in future.

Limits of Solidarity shall be an finisher especially against some Green Decks. If its going to mid/late game and my opponent has one very strong creature I will be able to steal that and swing around with it for one turn, maybe even killing it before he gets it back with Fling for some extra damage.

You have more questions to the sideboard or maybe other suggestions? Then please write a comment :)

filthyc4sual on Pattern Recognition #39 - Upkeep

1 day ago

One was in an HOU draft where my friend built a mill deck with two Fraying Sanity, some Ipnu Rivulet and Seer of the Last Tomorrow, and 3 Compelling Argument. I was playing a white red exert deck with Hazoret the Fervent and Fling.

I think I've said enough.

The other was in a modern tourney at my LGS about a year ago. I was on Zoo and my opponent was on Mill. He was at 4, and I had Boros Charm in my hand.

Cragon18 on Colossus of Devastation

2 days ago

Thanks for the comment LoboDunkam. It doesn't sound crazy at all. I have actually been doing some playtesting with Fling. I am kind of on the fence about it. When it is good, it can be REALLY good, but when it is bad it is really bad. If I don't have a Colossus to fling it's a dead card. If I am playing against control, it is really bad when it's countered. I think I am leaning towards it as a sideboard card against removal heavy matchups as a response to the opponent attempting to kill my Colossus. Thanks again!

Trained_Orggasm on BlastAtog

2 days ago

Fun deck idea! Perhaps run Fling?

landofMordor on Whack! You're Dead.

2 days ago

Wow. I don't have much to add to this one either. Super powerful combos here. There's a Fling for Goblins whose name I don't remember that might be helpful to test against control matchups (sacrifice and burn in response), if any control archetype can possibly stay alive. Blood Moon might also be helpful, perhaps, but again, non-basics won't matter if they're dead.

Add a couple hubs to this deck! It belongs at the top of the RDW hub, for example.

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