Creature — Dragon
Whenever Hellkite Tyrant deals combat damage to a player, gain control of all artifacts that player controls.
At the beginning of your upkeep, if you control twenty or more artifacts, you win the game.
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Hellkite Tyrant Discussion
23 hours ago
IzzetFanatic I have not really looked into any other decks. I just heard about Affinity yesterday, so I am basically completely fresh to competitive magic. I was exploring the option of running around 10 prevent damage spells like Fog and Haze of Pollen and cards that send attacking creatures back to the opponents hand or tap creatures. My combo only needs to hit once for me to win so I don't mind decks flooding the field as long as I survive long enough to hit with Hellkite Tyrant and I ensure my hit connects. I know to be competitive in Modern I am going to have to spend money but I was hoping to clock in around $400-500.
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1 day ago
I really don't want to seem like a jerk here, but I don't think this deck has what it takes to do well at a GP. If you want to go (which I would absolutely encourage), I think you would probably have more fun just playing in side events.
The Hellkite Tyrant + Mycosynth Lattice combo is cool, but the main players in Modern are doing things so much more broken that I doubt you'll win a game with the combo. Affinity plays their entire hand by turn 2. Tron hardcasts 7-drops on turn 3. Death's Shadow plays 1 mana 10/10s. If your deck doesn't have the possibility to do something similarly broken, you're just going to get stomped on and not enjoy anything. From what it looks like, you enjoy playing a ramp-and-play-big-things deck, so if you want to play something similar, I would recommend taking a look at Titan Shift decks, or perhaps Mono-Green Devotion.
3 weeks ago
3 weeks ago
Three possible additions:
Enduring Scalelord: Counter placement
3 weeks ago
I have looked at those. The only problem is that to destroy lands I first turn them into artifacts to make the destruction one or two mana cheaper. Also none of them combo with Hellkite Tyrant. Thanks for the suggestions though!!
4 weeks ago
Thanks for the suggestion, Isaiah13!
As far as Hellkite Tyrant goes, I like him, but I feel he's a bit too gimmicky. Though I've never had him in the decklist, my concern has always been he would wind up a wasted slot considering how hard a target I've seen him become in matches with other decks that run him. Although winning with him would be gleefully rude, I must admit.