Izzet Keyrune

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Return to Ravnica (RTR) Uncommon

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Izzet Keyrune

Artifact

{T}: Add U or R to your mana pool.

UR: Until end of turn, Izzet Keyrune becomes a 2/1 blue and red Elemental artifact creature.

Whenever Izzet Keyrune deals combat damage to a player, you may draw a card. If you do, discard a card.

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Izzet Keyrune Discussion

Pal00ka on Hail the Eldrazi

1 month ago

-2 lands and more mana rocks that are Fellwar Stone, Darksteel Ingot, Izzet Cluestone, Izzet Keyrune, Wayfarer's Bauble, Iron Myr, Silver Myr, etc. The main reason is the more mana rocks you can play T1-3 the better Saheeli's 2nd +1 will be when she hits the board.

I think focusing on outlets that make artifact tokens would be fun and have synergy with Saheeli. Recent sets have given options for treasure (Brass's Bounty), clues (Tamiyo's Journal), servos (Servo Schematic), and thopters (Pia and Kiran Nalaar). Adding in bounce/blink effects would let you keep the army growing.

A fun alternative win-con to ramping into a scary Eldrazi is transforming your token army. Day of the Dragons, Descent of the Dragons, and Dragonshift + Surge of Zeal/Burst of Speed allow a lethal strike out of pretty much nowhere.

More card draw too; Mind's Eye, Staff of Nin, Slate of Ancestry, Ichor Wellspring, Howling Mine, Temple Bell, etc. all get the job done in their own ways. Spell-based draw is good too; Jace's Ingenuity, Ponder, Telling Time, Faithless Looting etc.

Some cards that should also be considered: Trading Post, Kurkesh, Onakke Ancient, Goblin Welder, Slobad, Goblin Tinkerer, Solemn Simulacrum, Nevinyrral's Disk, Shimmer Myr, Feldon of the Third Path, and Hellkite Tyrant.

Daedalus19876 on The LOLcust God

3 months ago

Hi! I came here from the MTG EDH COMMANDER Facebook group.

First thoughts: You have far, far too few lands, and it's marked as a Standard deck. Luckily, you have 11 slots left, which hopefully go to lands :)

As others said, I'd cut Izzet Keyrune and Izzet Cluestone. As a general principle, I would not run 3-drop mana rocks that only tap for a single mana, because they deny you the ability to make other early plays. The one exception I would make to that is Coalition Relic, because it gives you the ability to get a T4 Locust God.

I find that Coat of Arms is too much mana:if you want to cast a Wheel, then power boost, then swing for lethal out of nowhere - 8 mana is a LOT.

Similarly, I found Runehorn Hellkite and Psychosis Crawler to be too much mana for their effects.

Generally speaking, I'd focus more on "everyone discard, draw 7" effects than "discard, draw that many". The one big problem this deck has is, oddly enough, running out of cards in hand. If you lower your curve, and run chaining effects like Dream Halls or Paradox Engine (if you add more rocks), you can easily wheel 4-5 times in a single turn.

I know it's a bit expensive, but I really would suggest picking up a Wheel of Fortune for the deck. There's nothing like the original.

Also, you're missing the Kindred Discovery combo :)

And as I said in the FB post, this is my list if you want to compare notes:


The Ten Plagues: Locust God EDH | *PRIMER*

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Pabs4444 on The Izzet Guild

5 months ago

Does Izzet Keyrune count?

Axeplorer on Keranos Combos

9 months ago

as your list stands Trophy Mage only grabs Izzet Keyrune, which doesn't seem worth it.

rkjunior on The Ten Plagues: Locust God EDH | *PRIMER*

1 year ago

Just thinking of other ways to trigger Locust God.. What about Mind's Eye? I feel like Smuggler's Copter could do some work here, too.

Just some others I thought at randomStaff of NinIzzet CluestoneIzzet KeyruneKey to the CityProphetic Prism

DanteBeleren on Jhoira of the Beef

1 year ago

Judging by your list price, is it safe to assume this is a mostly budget deck?

While a bit vague, Nate made some good points. Jhoira does tend to get targeted due to her ability to "cheat" anything in for 2 mana and a minor delay which allows for some heavy abuse on extra turn cards and other heavy cmc cards. If you don't plan on that and your group understands that, by all means Jhoira big things is hilarious. Some helpful generic cards though, is you want more draw/cantrips to get to your fun cards, and more mana rocks to spam her ability easily.

Some starting cards I'd recommend are: Brainstorm, Ponder, Cathartic Reunion, Combustible Gearhulk, and Rhystic Study for draw. For mana rocks that are cheap: Izzet Signet, Thought Vessel, Darksteel Ingot, and maybe the other Izzet rocks Izzet Cluestone and Izzet Keyrune.

And as pointed out above (and as you clearly noticed), Jhoira doesn't care about CMCs, so don't be hesitant to abuse that feature. Throw some fun meaty red creatures in there too such as: Akroma, Angel of Fury, Avatar of Slaughter, Bearer of the Heavens (this is a good leeway into promoting shenanigans...), and Greater Gargadon.

Another thing to keep in mind if you plan to heavily rely on Jhoira is you'll wanna protect her. You already have the Darksteel Plate, but consider Swiftfoot Boots and/or Lightning Greaves as well. Anything like that will be pretty crucial for your deck in the long run.

Regardless on where you take her, hope you enjoy playing her as much as I used to! +1

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