Gempalm Incinerator

Legality

Format Legality
Vintage Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Set Rarity
Duel Decks: Elves vs. Goblins Uncommon
Legions Uncommon

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Gempalm Incinerator

Creature — Goblin

Cycling 1R (1R, Discard this card: Draw a card.)

When you cycle Gempalm Incinerator, you may have it deal X damage to target creature, where X is the number of Goblins on the battlefield.

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Gempalm Incinerator Discussion

Traveler247 on Perfection for less than $15!

2 months ago

Ghirapur Orrery would wreck face, just sayin. Also, Horn of Greed. And uh...Krenko, Mob Boss? Just because you're making tons of tokens. I could also see Burning Sands as you really aren't going to have many lands anyway. Gempalm Incinerator, Seer's Sundial, Tunneling Geopede, and Impact Tremors all also seem interesting. Also, all of those are fairly cheap.

MtgSterling on Legacy Goblin Tribal

3 months ago

Having 4 Aether Vial is a little ridiculous. Also having Gempalm Incinerator , Manic Vandal, and Grenzo, Dungeon Warden don't make much sense in this deck. I would use just 4 Bloodstained Mire and 4 Wooded Foothills makes more sense, money wise. 4 Lightning Bolt and 3-4 Goblin Grenade is definitely your best option for damage. Blood Moon is strictly better than Magus of the Moon as well. The point of Goblins is to go fast, not wide. Unless this is for purely casual play.

kellen.rice on Krenkos goblin factory

3 months ago

I think you should add more sacrifice outlets such as Goblin Bombardment along with Boggart Shenanigans. With sac outlets and a Thornbite Staff, you can go infinite with Krenko. You should also add cards like Gempalm Incinerator, Mob Justice, and Kyren Negotiations.

TheRedGoat on Purphoros, Forger of Goblins [[Primer]]

4 months ago

Okay, so presuming that Outnumber and Gempalm Incinerator are not what you'd want, those being creatures only for targeting, then Massive Raid and/or Last-Ditch Effort are your "better" options over Burn at the Stake. While both cards are less damaging, and the effort destroys your own board, the ability to do so use them in response to a board wipe or have them waiting for a sudden spike in damage highly underrated.

Walnutt on Relentless Goblins

5 months ago

Perhaps looks to the legacy build of goblins at either mtgsalvation or mtggoldfish or mtgtop8

http://www.mtgsalvation.com/forums/the-game/legacy-type-1-5/established-legacy/midrange/179845-deck-goblins?page=225#c4581

https://www.mtggoldfish.com/archetype/legacy-goblins-20406#paper

https://www.mtggoldfish.com/articles/instant-deck-tech-goblins-legacy

http://mtgtop8.com/event?e=12443&d=271577&f=LE

Heres a youtube video of the legacy build: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uJqzTh6a3c

The video is a game between Jim Davis (known for his Goblin playing in legacy) and Reid Duke (One of the world's best players)

I'm not sure how familiar you are with legacy or vintage, and whether you know of legacy's goblins deck, but here's a simple breakdown

Legacy goblins IS an aggro deck, despite its weird mana costs all over the place. It makes full use of Goblin Lackey and AEther Vial. No Warren Instigator because turn 2 is usually too slow (they'll have blockers out). This obviously depends the other person's deck, you might find that you can still hit in with your Warren Instigator on turn 3 to get 2 goblins.

The cards you usually put into play are Goblin Ringleader and Goblin Matron, using them to find more fuel/goblins to put into play or Tarfires to clear the way. Once the game swings in the favor of the goblins player, they use Rishadan Ports to slow down their opponent and stop them from regaining control of the board. Overrunning the board then becomes easy because you don't need lands to play your goblins, you just use Goblin Lackey and AEther Vial as your main way to cheat them into play. Some decks run Krenko, Mob Boss or Siege-Gang Commander as a finisher to lock out their opponents, Siege-Gang Commander is particularly good against creature decks because of his ability to shoot down creatures.

Your deck is currently filled with much lower cost creatures, they don't abuse Goblin Lackey's power as much. Maybe try putting some more higher impact/higher cost goblins along with some AEther Vials, see how that works. Goblin Ringleader and Goblin Matron can tutor up some key pieces to winning matchups, like Stingscourger or Gempalm Incinerator to push through damage. Considering you're up against zombies, AEther Vial and some Siege-Gang Commander seems like the way to go for me, as they'll easily block your 1/1 creatures.

Decision is up to you though, just commenting for ideas. Hope this helps

Optimator on Auntie's got your back

8 months ago

Tarfire isn't great, even with Wort bringing it back, but Warren Weirding and Fodder Launch definitely are.

Were you aware that Kiki Jiki and Lightning Crafter go infinite with Skirk Prospector? An Ashnod's Altar works too. Thornbite Staff equipped on Krenko goes infinite with a sacrifice outlet as well. Not sure if that flies with your play group but there it is.

Goblin Sharpshooter with Basilisk Collar, Quietus Spike, Gorgon's Head, or Gorgon Flail wipes the whole board.

I love Arms Dealer but it's underwhelming in EDH.

Massive Raid, Goblin War Strike, Dogpile, and Gempalm Incinerator can be good but I find that if you have enough goblins to do something serious with them then why not just attack? I do find Burn at the Stake and Pack's Disdain useful. If you really need something removed then you can use targeted removal spells or Goblin Bombardment.

If you're going to run Brightstone Ritual than you should run Battle Hymn too. Great for pumping Goblin Offensive and Grenzo!

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