Inferno Titan

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Format Legality
Vintage Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Modern Legal

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Set Rarity
Commander 2015 Mythic Rare
Commander 2013 Mythic Rare
2012 Core Set Mythic Rare
2011 Core Set Mythic Rare
Promo Set Mythic Rare

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Inferno Titan

Creature — Giant

: Inferno Titan gets +1/+0 until end of turn.

Whenever Inferno Titan enters the battlefield or attacks, it deals 3 damage divided as you choose among one, two, or three target creatures and/or players.

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Inferno Titan Discussion

AkaAkuma on Boros | Gisela's Recipe For Scorched Elder Dragons

12 hours ago

First of all thanks for your feedback, your comment is much appreciated!

You gave my allot of interesting thought to consider about, especially Volcanic Offering and Ghostly Prison are great cards i might add. And after checking your deck, Protector of the Crown and Purity might also be interesting additions to consider as well, but I'm unsure how well my mana curve would flow adding 2 more 6 mana creatures to it.

Actually I don't think Malignus ever had trouble getting through an opponents defense for me thus far. With the amount of wipes, trample and battlefield control I run he always has been able to bring allot of bang for his buck.

I agree the Isochron Scepter has better use with blue and I won't miss it whenever i play a game without it, however I consider this card a mini-game to this deck where whenever i find it, it's a fun extra feature to my game. Deflecting Palm, Ride Down and Temur Battle Rage have been solid win conditions to this deck since the beginning and also Swords to Plowshares or Condemn are great imprints for the scepter. That Disenchant made it to this deck might be the poorer choice over Return to Dust or even Revoke Existence. But it's an extra imprint option and it helps my curve better. I have yet to decide if I should keep it however.

Browbeat is a bit tricky yes, also since it's this deck's only card advantage. But I've tried Emeria Shepherd and it's just too expensive. I always end up with better options to play. Urza's Incubator is in the same spot however. While this card greatly benefits me to get Gisela on the field asap, it can even work against me in the long run as angels are a popular theme to play and over the development of this deck fewer and fewer angels stay. But i also haven't updated this deck since the Amonkhet so far. Oketra's Monument might replace the incubator and Bloodlust Inciter, Onward / Victory or Pyramid of the Pantheon seem kinda interesting.

Lastly I used to run Inferno Titan in this deck, but when i saw the Assembled Alphas i fell in love with that card and decided to retire the titan for the alphas. I can't say I've had any regrets thus far.

Hobbez9186 on My Living End

2 days ago

Yeah I'm thinking Rakdos with Dark Deal, Waste Not, and Living End at the core with lots of red burn that exiles so you're opponent doesn't get their creatures back. Then the creatures should all have ridiculous ETB triggers. Grave Titan and Inferno Titan come to mind, but there's many many solid options.

Rzepkanut on Aurelia voltron/beatdown combo

2 weeks ago

Quietus Spike, Duelist's Heritage, Gratuitous Violence, Inferno Titan, Outmaneuver, Masterwork of Ingenuity, Captain's Claws... Inspiring Statuary lets you tap equipment for mana. Nice deck looks fun. I run Aurelia too, but I go wide with lots of double striking dorks and anthems instead. Here's a link, I'd love to hear your thoughts on it.



Moonbar on Serious Ponza

2 weeks ago

I find this tournament report very indicative with how your list is. You seemed to have some trouble in what are some amazing matchups. Now, I will preface this with saying that I acknowledge that this was your first tournament with the deck. However:

I stand by my decision to remove Primal Command altogether. It is a very medium card compared to Beast Within. It is of narrow use for three of its modes, and it just acts like a 5-drop creature with the fetch mode spread over two turns. Meanwhile, Beast Within hits everything and anything you want, and all of your threats kill the beast token.

I think there are better threats to run than Obstinate Baloth. While I don't know your exact meta, if it isn't filled to the brim with DSJ and gag 8-Rack, I think that Chandra, Torch of Defiance and Chandra, Flamecaller would be just straight better. Moving the baloths to the side instead of the Beast Within that's going to the main and maybe the Magus of the Moon.

That brings me to the sideboard, anyways. Why are you running Magus of the Moon? It is just a really bad Blood Moon. I think that that card should only be run in a creatures toolbox deck, not in Ponza, since people have an easier time killing a little 2/2 with only red mana than an enchantment.

In terms of the matchups you described, I have some advice. First of all, Trondrazi should be a 2-0 for you 9/10 times. Just get a Blood Moon in your opener or a Stone Rain. Just setting them back with constant LD is actually better than Blood Moon in some situations. In addition, as long as they don't have 7+ mana, sticking an Inferno Titan is just GG most times, since none of their creatures can kill it besides a Basilisk Collar + Walking Ballista . As long as you play smart and cover your butt with LD, you should win every time.

For Skred Red, this is actually somehow better than Trondrazi. It is for simply one reason: both decks rely on a Blood Moon lock. Yours wins, though, by destroying their lands so that they can never play spells. They forgo this to have a higher threat density. The problem for them is that they can't cast said threats through three Stone Rains backed up with a Chandra, Flamecaller. I don't even really sideboard for them since it is so easy of a matchup.

Finally, Valakut. Just LD the crap outta them. Even if you aren't hitting Valakut, the Molten Pinnacle, just keeping them off of 6 mana is good game. Both decks ramp; one combos when it gets there, the other plays huge Timmy creatures. If they don't have 6 mana, then they can't cast Primeval Titan, and then they can't win the value game either. I've had Valakut opponents scoop to a single Mwonvuli Acid-Moss, since he knew it meant turn 4 six-drop that he can't answer. Play the LD aggressively and you will come out ahead.

Lordeng1ish on Neheb, the Worthy - Jimmy | Game Knights #6

1 month ago

Inferno Titan plus Basilisk Collar is pretty nasty. Sure, it doesn't work on the ETB trigger because you can't equip it then but on attacks, it can just kill three creatures and then you gain 9 life.

I'd also include Grave Titan because it's generically good and Exhume because I think it's fun.

C.LewisMTG on A Rude Ponza Deck

1 month ago

Some opinions - There should be 4 arbor elf in here and 3 birds if we are keeping a 4/3 split. Arbor Elf is so necessary with Utopia Sprawl. This deck seems like it really wants some top end finishers, or creatures that leave value behind if removed (Wurmcoil Engine, Thragtusk, Inferno Titan) as people will likely let you resolve your Wumpus and use basic removal to kill it. Blood Moon almost feels necessary in ponza in my opinion, as it just gets you free victories, and you don't have to hold off decks like tron with single piece removal the whole game.

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