Sunburst (This enters the battlefield with a charge counter on it for each color of mana used to pay its cost.)
(2), Sacrifice Heliophial: Heliophial deals damage to target creature or player equal to the number of charge counters on Heliophial.
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|Fifth Dawn (5DN)||Common|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
1 year ago
i run Doubling Season and Primal Vigor in my Atraxa deck, when you stack them together or in combination with creatures like Winding Constrictor or Corpsejack Menace you can double, quadruple and so on. i also run City of Shadows because you can exploit it with proliferate! i like to ramp up tons of counters and then move them to cards like Triskelion or Walking Ballista (gun turrets) and Heliophial (a grenade) for direct damage!
1 year ago
cstern2346 At the moment, the win cons are proliferating Darksteel Reactor for an overall win. Also, proliferating Armageddon Clock and running life gain artifacts, such as Eternity Vessel, Sun Droplet and/or Clearwater Goblet to keep my life from dropping too much. Also, I am using things like Time Bomb, Necrogen Censer, Magma Mine and Heliophial to deal damage directly to my opponent. Atraxa helps with dealing a lot of damage too, the first play test was a win due to Atraxa and Necrogen Censer hitting hard. But I will make some land cuts, maybe get some more tutoring, possibly a Planar Bridge. Actually, Coalition Relic works really nicely with Atraxa, producing 3 mana on my next precom phase. Tap it for a counter, if it wasn't needed, Atraxa proliferates that counter, then next turn, remove said counters and then tap it for mana, boom! Which would justify running a Planar Bridge.