Glorybringer

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Arena [BETA] Legal
Brawl Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Amonkhet (AKH) Rare
Promo Set (000) Rare

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Glorybringer

Creature — Dragon

Flying, haste

You may exert Glorybringer as it attacks. When you do, it deals 4 damage to target non-Dragon creature an opponent controls.

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Glorybringer Discussion

peterark on Red Dragons

1 week ago

The deck features several early removal options Abrade, Lightning Bolt, Incinerate and Anger of the Gods to try and maintain us in game in the early turns. Lightning Bolt and Incinerate are also an option to close the game at a late stage.

We have some ways of generating card advantage with Chandra, Torch of Defiance, Sarkhan, Fireblood and Bomat Courier.

Goblin Chainwhirler serves a double function: he is a good blocker and a nice board wipe from early small creatures.

The main finishers are Glorybringer, Stormbreath Dragon and Thunderbreak Regent.

This deck is meant to be a budget deck below $250.

Please give your feedback.

Thank you.

Sparky93 on Dragons of Jundstice United

3 weeks ago

Thanks for upvoting! I actually replaced stormbreath with Glorybringer cause it’s overall better and I do have dragonlords servant already in the deck lol. Coat of Arms I’m just not a fan of and they’re dragons... they’re all pretty powerful already plus I run Crucible of Fire costs less and doesn’t potentially help out my opponents

Boza on Rakdos dragons in modern?

3 weeks ago

Good, you mentioned the three out of the four good modern dragons! Thundermaw Hellkite, Thunderbreak Regent and Stormbreath Dragon!

The one you missed is Glorybringer.

Yes, you can very much play that deck. No idea why you want it to be Rakdos though.

Here is a list of decks within the site on this idea:

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Reddagger56 on I Bolt The Bird (Skredless Skred)

4 weeks ago

Chandra's Phoenix just seems bad. its a hasty 2/2 for three with a super low ceiling. Pia and Kiran Nalaar is less than a $1 a copy and protects koth a lot better. Also with the lack of blood moons in the list it seems like it would be better to plash a color instead of playing mono red. plashing black could open you up to better removal like Terminate and Fatal Push. It would make koth less good but it would open you up to playing some cool black planeswalkers and creatures while still keeping the budget super low. May I also suggest playing Glorybringer as both a great threat and a Roast every time it attacks all for $1.35 a copy.

solarbeam on Modern Dragons

1 month ago

You'll definitely want to go up to at the very least 24 lands. You could run Stomping Ground or Cinder Glade. You could also splash black for Vaevictis Asmadi, the Dire since s/he's really cool. To do this, Blood Crypt or Smoldering Marsh are available.

I would cut the Spit Flame and Banefire for Lightning Bolt and the 4th Draconic Roar, even though it hurts the dragon flavor. This is mostly because Bolt can go to face and as it stands, you don't have the mana to get a big Banefire going. The 3 damage from bolt will let you deal with most planeswalkers and provide any extra reach you need. I would also a 3-1 split of Glorybringer and Stormbreath Dragon since Stormbreath can't get hit with Path to Exile, which is pretty big.

I'd recommend going down to 1 Lathliss, Dragon Queen as she is very expensive, mana wise, and replace those two with Verix Bladewing, since he comes down much faster and can get you two dragons later in the game.

Cards like Adventurous Impulse and Vanquisher's Banner can always be helpful since one lets you sift through your deck to find what you need and the other buffs your team and rewards you for landing more dragons.

Sarkhan Unbroken would almost be decent for you, but Sarkhan, the Dragonspeaker and Sarkhan, Fireblood would be amazing for you.

In your sideboard, cards like Relic of Progenitus, Nature's Claim, Alpine Moon, Smash to Smithereens, and Anger of the Gods are great

LoneCrusader399 on Koth: Crimson-Control

1 month ago

Your build seems pretty solid, I can't say there is anything major you are missing except for Chandra, Torch of Defiance. She is just a generally strong walker that fits well with your strategy. With dredge on the rise maybe another Anger of the Gods in the sideboard or more graveyard hate in general like Surgical Extraction is necessary?

Otherwise I have seen some builds that aren't as land destruction focused and are playing Sarkhan, Fireblood with Glorybringer and Thundermaw Hellkite instead. Have you tried testing that out?

WhichKing on Lets start a riot

1 month ago

I think you should not build around Rakdos' ability too much. If you put in too many high casting cost creatures you'll be dead in the water if Rakdos gets answered (and he will get answered). Putting too much stock in Rakdos' ability is a mistake, and that is what is making your deck clunky (resulting in you feeling like you have issues balancing your deck, when the actual issue is that you are placing your eggs in a fragile basket)

Instead, build a solid BR midrange deck with a normal mana curve. Treat Rakdos as a undercosted beater that gives you mana discounts when you deal damage. Put in the efficient 5-mana dragons and demons and make them the mainstay of your force. Archfiend of Depravity, Bloodgift Demon(helps you trigger Rakdos), Indulgent Tormentor...Glorybringer, Stormbreath Dragon, Thundermaw Hellkite.. these will not rot in your hand when Rakdos gets answered, and are credible threats on their own. They are still good with Rakdos - swinging with Rakdos and playing two 5-drops for 4 mana is still an explosive play.

Pheardemons on competitive battle of wits (suggestions wanted)

1 month ago

With the amount of fetches and shocks you play I would highly recommend the buddy lands. They can easily come in untapped and whatever fetch you have in your hand can tailor to the other buddy lands since you play every color.

Glorybringer is a good card, but you still want to ensure that Sarkhan's ultimate is game ending, not just pressure.

Have you considered more tutors to make the deck a little more consistent? Diabolic Tutor and the strictly better Mastermind's Acquisition seem like they'd be beneficial here.

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