Heartless Pillage


Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Standard Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Ixalan (XLN) Uncommon

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Heartless Pillage


Target opponent discards two cards.Raid - If you attacked with a creature this turn, create a colorless Treasure artifact token with "Tap, sacrifice this artifact: Add one mana of any color to your mana pool.

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Heartless Pillage Discussion

backinajiffy on Black Sol (Black/White Approach)

3 days ago

I like it.

Only suggestions is someway to include Heartless Pillage since the tokens could speed up your casting of second sun or a fat ass torment while doing their dirty work of discarding two poor saps from your opponents hand.

backinajiffy on Cards? ha! you have none 8$

1 week ago

Heartless Pillage is better than unburden IMO. And I'm confused on the Baleful Ammit pick but other than that it looks solid

landofMordor on Deadeye jund

1 week ago

I would cut the Galleon and the Blood Fasts for stuff like Heartless Pillage, Raiders' Wake, or more Duress, if your stated goal is to abuse the Tracker through discard. I like the deck, though!

Fenice86 on Treasure Of The Damned

2 weeks ago

I removed all Depths of Desire from my deck aswell, to draw card's i use Siren's Ruse which can do 3 things for 2 mana: save a pirate, draw a card and produce a treasure (if used on Sailor of Means for example)

You can also add Chart A Course, for example you attack with Dire Fleet Hoarder, if it dies you get a treasure and, regardless of that, you draw 2 cards for 2 mana and you could also use Heartless Pillage to get another treasure and ur opponent gotta discard 2 cards for 2 mana. it's a nice play on turn 4-5 for example

x12721 on NOOOO JIMMY! Don't Discard Your Hand!

2 weeks ago

This would be a great combo with Torment of Scarabs and/or Torment of Hailfire for a great wincon. Also, Heartless Pillage is strictly better than Mind Rot.

SoundTramp on The Search for Treasure - ULTRA BUDGET

3 weeks ago

This seems like a decently fun deck, and fairly functional for it's budget. However, your Manacurve is atrocious. Most games will see you being stuck with a handful of expensive cards that you can't cast, or can only cast one a turn. This will limit your performance, especially early game. I would recommend cutting down Spell Swindle down to two copies,removing Contract Killing and adding two more of both Heartless Pillage and Depths of Desire. Contract Killings is too expensive to be worth what it gives you, especially when Depths does essentially the same thing, for less mana, at instant speed. And while Spell Swindle can win games, it's a win condition; you only need one to win. 5 mana is too much for a runnable counterspell, so having two and waiting for the winning moment to use one would be more effective. The only change I would recommend as far as the creatures would be to swap a copy of Prosperous Pirates for Ruthless Knave. Again, it's easier on the mana curve.Sorry for not suggesting any new cards, I'm unfamiliar with the current standard cards. That said, keep up the good work! +1

multimedia on Energy Elves

3 weeks ago

I haven't considered playing Heartless Pillage, thanks for the suggestion. Have you playtested with it? If I wanted to play it not sure if it's good enough to cut anything in the current version. What would you cut for it? Are you thinking it can compliment the other discard or replace it?

Scrutiny, Freebooter, Duress even Doomfall gives me more control over what my opponent discards. Being able to choose what my opponent discards is especially true for Scrutiny as the main reason I'm playing it because there's a lot of creature threats that are just plain hard to deal with it once they hit the battlefield.

Randsome on Energy Elves

3 weeks ago

multimedia, did you consider trying out Heartless Pillage ? I'm not sure how it fairs in standard, but Mind Rot + ramp seems to be a wonderful combination. Not as powerful as Blightning for sure, but still.

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