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Copy target instant or sorcery spell, except that the copy is red. You may choose new targets for the copy.
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1 day ago
Hey like the deck, burn in edh ftw. I looked at my wort ramp/burn deck for ideas that worked for me to help yours. Dictate of the Twin Gods is another furnace of wrath, insult/injury (new split card) also works as a one turn dmg doubler for three. Devil's Play is a great fireball cuz it has flashback, Fall of the Titans is two fireballs for the price of one if you surge it. Someone mentioned it earlier but comet storm is great you should put that in.
Increasing Vengeance, Howl of the Horde, Dualcaster Mage and Fork I Highly recommend, copy spells are great for getting that "go off" turn faster, they can copy rituals or fireballs for super cheap, Reiterate is my favorite of the copy spells because it can make infinite mana, if you can cast it with buyback on a spell that makes enough mana to profit from continually playing it with buyback you can make infinite red mana and kill everyone with fireballs easy, seething song won't do it but Inner Fire and Mana Geyser can go off with reiterate.
As for cuts I think you should consider cutting down on some smaller creatures that die to earthquake/blastacts.
This commander interests me I think I'll make a deck for him when he comes out. Best of luck
4 days ago
This deck is also lacking card advantage, it will play out all the cards in its hand too quickly and you will not have enough gas to finish off everyone. for that I would look at Solemn Simulacrum and Chandra, Torch of Defiance again, as well as Outpost Siege, Forgotten Cave, Smoldering Crater, Buried Ruin, Mutavault, Ghitu Encampment, and Grenzo, Havoc Raiser.
Other cards to consider:
1 week ago
So there are two possibilities here. Chandra's defeat is spoiled, or Chandra Forks him over with Liliana's Defeat.
Incidentally, English Liliana's Defeat:
2 weeks ago
JMon maybe, I do really enjoy infinite casts with it Paradox Engine and ether Cryptolith Rite or Sol Ring which can be infinite damage when a Reverberate or Fork is copying a damage spell.
Also since the copy is a cast I can copy it with Wort.
2 weeks ago
3 weeks ago
You're gonna wanna cut down your creature count a lot. If someone opens with something like Nevermore, you're screwed lol. Up your mana rock count (Rakdos Signet/Orzhov Signet/Boros Signet), add some protection for Kaalia (Mother of Runes/Cavern of Souls), haste enablers (Hall of the Bandit Lord/Mass Hysteria), card draw/tutors (Phyrexian Arena/Diabolic Tutor), etc (Fork/Crackling Doom/Amulet of Vigor/Disenchant).
I don't wanna take up a whole page, so I'll link my list if you wanna take a look: Kaalia's Revenge. I have reasonings/description for each card in the description. Regardless of what route you wanna take your Kaalia deck, good luck.
3 weeks ago
Not a fan of Ghastly Conscription although it sounds fun it's CMC is not worth it when you could simply run Rise of the Dark Realms instead. Tragic Arrogance might be good for an alt boardwipe. Fateful Showdown feels week, if you want/need a wheel effect Reforge the Soul might be good. Without a Living Death style effect, Altar of Dementia feels weak when most all your creatures only hit 2 cards anyway.
Having a few spot removal cards isn't bad for problem cards, but you don't want too many as they aren't super cost efficient. Have a couple, but save them only for a things that are a direct threat to you. I like the following in Mardu as they offer the most coverage and lasting effects (shuffle in or exile).
- Anguished Unmaking
- Chaos Warp: Best usage against spellslinger decks, but also used on self for potential trade up.
- Crackling Doom
- Fork: Not spot removal, but you can use it to copy ramp or counters.
- Oblation: Use it offensively for removal or defensively so you can draw more.
- Swords to Plowshares: The trade off will worth it if it gets rid of an Avacyn and doesn't give mana like PTE.
It looks like you're torn on whether you wanna play Stax Alesha or Aggro Alesha. Ideally you want to focus on one and cut the other since they will won't play well together. If you cut the aggro cards, you can add more of a pillow fort package (Ghostly Prison/No Mercy) and additional oppressive cards with cards like Gray Merchant being your win-con. Or if you cut the stax package you can go full on face-punch and include more combat tricks and/or cards that have effects on damage. If you have the funds, pick up both and swap out the cards to switch between to see which you prefer.
Hopefully some of this was helpful and not too much of a ramble. Good luck and +1 from me.
3 weeks ago
So a common "mistake" I see in Kaalia decks is that people get so wound up in her ability that they overwhelm their decks with creatures, especially the high CMC ones. You really only need 12-18 targets for her as long as they do the job very well.
By cutting your creature count down you can include more support whether it's card draw (Night's Whisper/Faithless Looting), tutors (Demonic Collusion/Demonic Tutor), or "control" cards (Razia's Purification/Crackling Doom/Fork).
Some more fantastic cards for any Kaalia deck are Strionic Resonator, Amulet of Vigor, and Dragon Tempest. Also (matter of personal opinion) ETB tapped lands are terrabad for Kaalia. You want mana and fast for her or her host. Don't underestimate the power of Basic Lands, especially with a Land Tax and Scroll Rack. Once you have your mana out you can shuffle the rest back in for more power.
For more suggestions you can take a peek at my list if you'd like. I've been working on it since her release and she will always have a soft spot in my heart (or a hard one in my pants, eehhhhhhh). Kaalia's Revenge.
Other than that good luck and plus one for Kaalia.