|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Duel Decks: Mind vs. Might (DDS)||Common|
|Modern Masters (MMA)||Common|
|Time Spiral (TSP)||Common|
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Grapeshot deals 1 damage to target creature, player or planeswalker.
Storm (When you play this spell, copy it for each spell cast before it this turn. You may choose new targets for the copies.)
4 days ago
Thanks for the suggestion ZendikariWol! Based on my experience this deck doesn't generate enough combo to enable instant-win Grapeshot . It's a new deck, and I'm still a bit on the lookout for the best win condition.
5 days ago
A blink deck that makes infinite mana and storm and then can grapeshot to death, for $9,49
2x AEtherize 3x Archaeomancer 3x Compulsive Research 2x Dispel 3x Ghostly Flicker 2x Goblin Instigator 3x Grapeshot 3x Into the Roil 16x Island 8x Mountain 2x Negate 4x Peregrine Drake 4x Sea Gate Oracle 3x Whirlpool Rider 2x Willbender
1 week ago
Hmmm, ZeroZolo it may not be what you have in mind. But I do like abusing Bonus Round and going off with storm. Add in a couple more rocks you can use the Isochron Scepter / Dramatic Reversal combo route to go into infinite mana. After that your outlets can be Aetherflux Reservoir / Mind's Desire or even Grapeshot . Another way to make infinite mana is Turnabout / Reiterate or Mana Geyser with it as well.
That is going into the storm route though, but if your going for more of a value route like spell slinging than that's taking a different approach and I would say switch to a different commander like Mizzix of the Izmagnus or Keranos, God of Storms .
2 weeks ago
I do kind of like Grapeshot as a possible alternative win-con. On its own it can deal with a few annoying creatures like Hushwing Gryff or Hermit Druid and it can clear out some mana dorks that might block Animar from being able to swing through. The fact that Spellseeker can tutor for it is what makes it a possible consideration. However, as a win-con it is vulnerable to Flusterstorm , unlike Purph, and can wind up frequently being a dead draw early in the game depending on your meta.
Purph can kill in conjunction with the Kiri line, can help cut down on the life of Ad Nauseam decks when not comboing, and can be difficult to remove. However, he is surprisingly awkward to tutor for. He just seems to sit outside of a lot of Animar's more conventional lines of play. You often have better things to tutor for so Purph winds up being one of those "nice if I draw into it" types of cards. Considering that he doesn't pop up that often, he generally isn't missed that much when cut from an Animar deck.
2 weeks ago
I think u could put in a card like Grapeshot . Sprouting Vines made me realize that if you can cast Zacama infinitely then that's an infinitely large storm spell.
2 weeks ago
with Biovisionary as a major win condition, it's easy to see that there's a lot of Copying and Pasting and it almost looks like a Roon of the Hidden Realm deck, but more powerful. with cards like Evolutionary Leap , Eyes of the Wisent , Forgotten Harvest , Ground Seal , Oath of Druids and Ooze Garden , AEtherize , AEtherspouts , Cloud of Faeries and Portal Mage Demanding Dragon , Thunderous Wrath , Wildfire Eternal and Grapeshot , Past in Flames would be good additions to your deck. (and Enter the Infinite if you want) continue working on this deck because it can and will be better.
3 weeks ago
goldlion it isn't convoke so it actually doesn't help cast any of the nonartifact spells that have only colored in their costs and the card doesn't work with pacts.
So it helps cast chancellor, Sram, Sai, Sly Requisitioner , Somber Hoverguard , Dismember , Into Thin Air , Mindbreak Trap , Not of This World , Sickening Shoal , Summoning Trap , Battle at the Bridge , Grapeshot and Thoughtcast
But most of these cards already have alternate costs.
Grapeshot occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%
All decks: 0.09%
All decks: 0.03%