Furnace Dragon


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Darksteel (DST) Rare

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Furnace Dragon

Creature — Dragon

Affinity for artifacts (This spell costs (1) less to play for each artifact you control.)


When Furnace Dragon enters the battlefield, if you played it from your hand, remove all artifacts from the game.

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Furnace Dragon Discussion

nibsey on

10 months ago

Added more steel to the deck in the way of dragons; Moonveil Dragon and Rakdos Pit Dragon and Zirilan of the Claw and Hoard-Smelter Dragon and Furnace Dragon and Utvara Hellkite.

Also added Everflowing Chalice and Throne of Geth and Spine of Ish Sah.

The deck is now some what different to it's beginings, but who doesn't like dragons?

As ever please feel free to add your comments.

Thanks, Nibsey.

Jagd_Tallgeese on How to Steal A Dragon

11 months ago

Decided to check out the "sickbay" at my local card shop by my job. Nabbed a Furnace Dragon to replace Lightning Shrieker for even more artifact hate. Replaced a forest with a Blooming Marsh.

SunlightBlaze on HALL OF FAME

1 year ago

Took several different configurations, but I finally won using my favorite deck: Temur Dragonspeakers, where I focus on reducing my dragons' costs and beating my enemy to death.

I really loved this new take on magic. I wish I had the patience to add an expansion to it myself, perhaps adding Tarkir to the list of planes we can visit. (Because I really like Ugin, the Spirit Dragon!)

Bolas's dialogue is interesting, in that he constantly makes unsubtle references to the Archenemy Scheme cards. Most of the lines worked out really well. One or two did sound a little awkward, but it didn't detract from what was a challenging and satisfying final boss. Except for the first phase... (Seriously, mill decks are my bane in Magic!)

I still need to start the Shandalar expansion, I'll probably get to that later this week.

I do have 3 complains (Because Rule of Three): 1. The aforementioned first phase of the final boss, which is simply a bad deck matchup that I barely made through thanks to Bolas getting manascrewed in the prep stages. 2. The songs "Tezzeret's Downfall" and "Sad Departure" are blocked in my region, so I'm unable to listen to that part of the soundtrack. 3. The inaccuracy for Skithiryx's backstory. He was once a regular Furnace Dragon before being "Complaeted" and becoming Skithiryx, the Blight Dragon. He has literally zero relationship to Darigaaz, the Igniter. But that's negligable in the context of this particular story.

But yeah, this was an awesome game. I'll definitely be replaying it with a variety of decks. And perhaps, when I get some more time - and story inspiration - I'll see if I can come up with a Tarkir expansion.

DrkNinja on Fist of the Giant

1 year ago

Take Out

Cards/Combos you should consider putting in

And if your REALLY want to be an asshole, Grafted Exoskeleton, but just know if goes in your deck I will infinitely kill you with Daretti

clayperce on Skithiryx, the Blight Dragon

1 year ago

He's a compleated Furnace Dragon, based on this description of the card art.

Here's a little more too on the Vault of Whispers, where's he's "the guardian for the center of black mana"

rockdude83 on O'l Reliable

1 year ago

Yeah basically other dragons I've considered are Bogardan Hellkite and Furnace Dragon but I still prefer the Scourge or Balefire. Believe me I would loooove to run Dragon Tyrant or something random like Draco but sadly I can't. I could run Emrakul, the Aeons Torn but I really wouldn't have a chance to cast that.. its hard enough casting Omniscience although worth it and Emrakul would just be overkill!! Lol

NecoH on Assemble the Doomsday Machine

2 years ago

yeah there are a few cards that can seriously hurt this deck, Blood Moon, Hurkyl's Recall and Furnace Dragon (i'm sure there are others). For land destruction Crucible of Worlds really helps. for Blood Moon , Chalice of the Void will have to do the trick. luckily normally by turn 3 I have available and can cast a variety of spells with removal abilities the best bet for a possible next turn Blood Moon is Karn Liberated. what makes Blood Moon not that big of an issue for this deck is the fact that i will still be ramping (albeit slower) with Walking Atlas to be able to play any of the variety of removal this deck has at its disposal.

Planar Portal comes at a price yes but if you can get at least Mycosynth Lattice and Unwinding Clock out you can use the portal each turn even in your opponents to look for what ever it is that you need to deal with a certain threat.

the most dangerous card I've played against for this deck remains Furnace Dragon. With Mycosynth Lattice in play the dragon most of the time only costs to play because of its affinity. it has its draw backs to its controller but completely smashes this deck. I've managed to bounce back after a play like this by setting up Urzatron again and using Karn Liberated's ultimate to restart the game.

But all in all, the games I've played with this deck I'm quite happy and will not be changing much for now.