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.)

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Set Rarity
Mystery Booster (MYS1) Common
Duel Decks: Mind vs. Might (DDS) Common
Modern Masters (MMA) Common
Time Spiral (TSP) Common

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Format Legality
Block Constructed Legal
Highlander Legal
Leviathan Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Pauper Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Noble Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
2019-10-04 Legal

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Grapeshot Discussion

Tylord2894 on Does Grip of Chaos stop …

3 days ago

Neither Posibility Storm nor Grip of Chaos stop Zada. So, you will be able to copy your Crimson Wisps with Zada. You can do this without stack your triggers in a specific way.

First, the Grip of Chaos trigger will go on the stack at the same time as Zada's triggers (shortly after you cast a spell that targets them). Like with your Possibility Storm example, you can order the triggers so that Zada's trigger resolves first. In this case, when the Zada trigger resolves, there will be a bunch of Grip triggers since several spells were put onto the stack. Normally, things don't trigger when you copy a spell, but Grip triggers when a spell is put onto the stack.

Now, why don't you need to worry about stacking the triggers? For starters, Zada's trigger doesn't target that spell that targets Zada, so it won't fizzle. Also, there is no "intervening if" clause in Zada's trigger (i.e. it isn't written "when you cast a spell, if it only targets Zada, ..."), so it won't check to make sure the spell is still targeting Zada when the trigger resolves (which is important for the Grip situation). Lastly, Zada's trigger functions a lot like the Storm trigger on cards like Grapeshot. Even if the original spell ceases to exist, the trigger "remembers" the traits of the original spell and makes its copies. Zada's trigger will do that too, so you don't have to stack the Possibility Storm trigger to resolve after the Zada trigger.

Hope this helps!!

Flooremoji on Twiddle Storm > UR Storm …

5 days ago

Well, another point is storm dosen't need a manabear to win. They can also fairly cast their rituals and a couple cantrips then Grapeshot-Remand-Grapeshot. It's harder to be sure, but it does mean that storm doesn't need the creatures around to win.

Being more vulnerable mid combo probably weakens T-storms control matchup, and it probably hurts more when Ponza destroys a land that could be sacrificed to Lotus Field. Damping Sphere forces you to deal with it before you can play Lotus Field, and Surgical Extraction/Lost Legacy are much better against this deck (you don't even nesecarily have to get Lotus Field, they rely pretty heavily on Psychic Puppetry).

psionictemplar: Yep! G-storm has a potential turn two win. It's pretty much Land, Land, Ritual, Manamorphose, Mana Bear, more rituals, Manamorphose, Gifts storm. It's pretty unlikley :) T-storm combos as early turn three (Land, Land, Tap both for flaoting mana, Lotus Field twiddle Lotus Field etc.) They for most intents and purposes have the same speed.

abbatromebone on The Slaughterhouse

2 weeks ago
  • Interesting idea Heartless MyrThis is my version of the deck. Ignore the faithless looting ban and replace it with Cathartic Reunion or Merchant of the Vale. It loops 2x Myr Retriever and then uses an engine like yours to either Grapeshot or Grinding Station.
  • Your going to want as many ways to find heartless summoning for consistancy as well. Turns out heatless summoning decks arent as good without heartless summoning.
  • Im willing to help you out with advice, deck building or really anything. Ill do my best to help.

Gidgetimer on Why does remand even exist?

2 weeks ago

Then Grapeshot and Brain Freeze come to mind. :)

SynergyBuild on Lotus storm

2 weeks ago

Personally I would recommend dropping a Grapeshot for a Brain Freeze, as you want to be able to turn your Merchant Scrolls into a wincon when going off, additionally Cunning Wish is a huge help, you can toss a sideboard copy of a lot of tutor targets, and get additional copies of them, Bonus Round can also be huge if you want an insane engine that works well if you go for a red splash.

Now for the Past in Flames build, Intuition and Gifts Ungiven and a bunch more support the build well, and can use a stand-alone Life from the Loam to get back a tutored Lotus Field as well as having side-ways synergy with the deck's fetchlands and Lonely Sandbars.

Gidgetimer on Triggered abilities when affected by …

2 weeks ago

Just a point of reference, Approach of the Second Sun doesn't have a triggered ability. The "win the game" clause is part of the spell resolving, as dragonstryke has said. The interaction you have asked about is exactly as described for this reason.

Spells with triggered abilities like Desolation Twin and Grapeshot will still have their triggered abilities happen.

abby315 on Why does remand even exist?

2 weeks ago

It's also a very important card in Modern storm (whenever it's a deck), where Remanding your own Grapeshot or Empty the Warrens means you basically get "double storm +1" because you can cast it again, and because Remand adds to the storm count.

Similarly, in combo decks where you just need to stop interaction from breaking up your combo, Remand is cheap, easy to cast, and draws you a card just in case!

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