Izzet Signet

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters 2017 Edition (MM3) Uncommon
Commander 2015 (C15) Common
Duel Decks: Izzet vs. Golgari (DDJ) Common
MTG: Commander (CMD) Common
Guildpact (GPT) Common

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Izzet Signet

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Izzet Signet Discussion

westerhack on What!? Your deck is leveling up!?

2 weeks ago

Polymorphist's Jest seems a bit awkward and forced into the deck, especially as a 4-of

Add some accelerant into your deck (mana rocks such as Izzet Signet or Desperate Ritual) to speed both creatures out and leveling up. Also, your Brainstorm is modern-illegal

Suns_Champion on Tharr be Pirates

2 weeks ago

Alright! Hi! Since this is your first EDH deck I'll start with a lot of basic/staple things to get you up to speed :)

First, welcome to the best magic format! If you haven't already, check out the rules website here.

Back? Alright! We need to get you up to 100 cards my friend! Let's start with your lands.

For any average EDH deck, you need 35-38 lands. This depends on a great many things(like curve, strategy, ramp, card draw, ect) but something in that range is what you should shoot for.

Going all basics is very risky because there's no guarantee you can get all three colors on turn 4. It's also hard to cast stuff with double or triple colors in their mana costs. So here are a bunch of $5 and under suggestions to get you up to ~37 lands. I like to do things in cycles, so I have the same amount of each color available.

Fetches: Evolving Wilds, Terramorphic Expanse, Grixis Panorama.

Scry lands: Temple of Deceit, Temple of Epiphany, Temple of Malice

Bounce lands: Dimir Aqueduct, Izzet Boilerworks, Rakdos Carnarium

Fast lands: Blackcleave Cliffs, Darkslick Shores, Spirebluff Canal

Extra mana: Temple of the False God

Checking Taplands: Dragonskull Summit, Drowned Catacomb, Sulfur Falls

Lifelands: Akoum Refuge, Dismal Backwater, Swiftwater Cliffs

Painlands: Shivan Reef, Sulfurous Springs, Underground River

Any color: Path of Ancestry, Reflecting Pool, Mana Confluence, Command Tower

So those are all a bunch of relatively budget options you can use. I usually keep all of those the same and change the number of each basic land to match the color ratio of the deck.

Next I want to talk about ramp. Any EDH deck should have about 8-10. You don't have green so most of it will be artifact ramp. Your commander has a CMC of 4 so it's important to use 2 cost artifact ramp to get her out on turn 3.

Dimir Signet, Rakdos Signet, Izzet Signet, Fellwar Stone, Mind Stone, Thought Vessel, Talisman of Indulgence, Talisman of Dominance.

Sol Ring goes in pretty much every EDH deck. If you think you'll be playing EDH for a while I'd buy at least 5 haha

Chromatic Lantern costs a lot but is really important for anything with 3+ colors. Commander's Sphere, staple.

Thran Dynamo and Hedron Archive will give you a mid-game boost.

That'll give you a solid playable mana base, whith with you can do anything with the rest of the deck and still play normally. You could even change commanders if you want!

For the rest, I'll turn to the pros: This is the Command Zone Episode 151 where they talk about their template and how much ramp, lands, board wipes, spot removal, card draw, creatures, etc etc etc you should have in your average deck. Definitely watch it all but here's a summery I found in the comments:

Mana Ramp - 10Card Draw - 10Single Target Removal - 5Board Wipes - 5

Standalone - a card that works on it's own or in concert with your commander. (25)Enhancer - a card that either amplifies or is amplified by your commander, standalone cards or other enhancers. (10-12)Enabler - a card that covers a weakness or a fills a gap in your strategy. (7-8)

Then head over to EDHREC and pick out cards that interest you!

One last peice of advice, don't go and buy all this shit yet. Wait a while, craft the deck, continue getting advice on it, then buy the cards you know you want. Don't be like me and but 200 cards for a 100 card deck haha

Good luck!

chadsansing on Eldrazi Stomp Party

3 weeks ago

Might include more rocks for ramp.

For card advantage and cheating big creatures into play, maybe also an Elemental Bond, a Genesis Wave, a Defense of the Heart, a Doubling Season, a Sunbird's Invocation, a Rashmi, Eternities Crafter, and a Progenitor Mimic? If you tighten up the creature list to be mostly one type or another, a Steely Resolve makes for a cheaper alternative to Asceticism.

Happy brewing!

BabyK on I won the spelling bee 777 times !

1 month ago

Add Brainstorm, throw in Rakdos Signet, Dimir Signet, and Izzet Signet. I would try to find room for Delay, Spell Pierce, and Remand. Swap Doom Blade out for Go for the Throat. It hits a wider range of problematic commanders like Yidris, Tasigur, Jeleva, etc.

Curse of chains can't be used in this deck, but Propaganda and Rhystic Study can. I would also take out Riddleform. I can't see it making a huge impact. Kiln Fiend would be better if you wanted an effect like that, but still not good. Enigma Drake gets worse as the game goes on,since Kess exiles spells you cast from your graveyard. So I would consider dropping it.

Let me know what you think of my suggestions and if you would like more.

Dwest_4 on Wizard Tribal

1 month ago

I didnt think you sideboard with Commander, and you might want to add a signet or two so you're not restricted to one extra mana per turn, but I see you have enough to remove three islands and add Dimir Signet, Rakdos Signet and Izzet Signet, and to combo with all the mana you could add draw spells and paradox engine so you can get more done in each turn

cdkime on DO WHAT YOU WANT CAUSE A PIRATE IS FREE

1 month ago

Angrath, Minotaur Pirate, is not a legal commander because it is not a creature. Only Planeswalkers which specifically delineate that they can be used as a commander (example: Teferi, Temporal Archmage), or when they start as a creature (example: Jace, Vryn's Prodigy  Flip).

Another rule of commander is that all cards in the deck must exclusively fall within your commander's colour identity. Colour identity includes both the colorus to cast the spell, and all mana symbols in the text box. Even assuming arguendo your commander is legal (though it is not, as established herein), its colour identity would be Red and Black. Thus, you can only play cards with Red or Black colour identities.

I am well aware Boros Reckoner can either be red or white. Its colour identity is both Red and White--as such, it would be illegal with a Rakdos commander.

The following cards, would also fall outside Rakdos' colours, and thus would not be permissible:

You also cannot use any lands which have non-Red/Black symbols in their rules texts. Vivid Creek, Island, Dimir Aqueduct, Dismal Backwater, Swiftwater Cliffs, and Izzet Boilerworks are all no-goes. The same is true of artifacts, so Dimir Signet, Izzet Signet, and Sky Diamond cannot be used. While Fellwar Stone can produce non-Red/Black mana, because it does not have mana symbols in it, its colour identity is colourless, and can thus be used in any deck.

I think that covers everything. There might be more that I missed. I hope this proves helpful.

RedMulligan on Starting in Commander?

1 month ago

So here's a list of the cards that I got for the deck:

However, there's plenty of things I know I need, and some things I might consider (thanks to edhrec.com).Holy crap, that's a lot of cards. What I want to do right now is have Kess play the support role while I tutor up Nekusar to play. As soon as I can start nabbing the wheels for Nekusar's pain, Kess's ability will allow me to cast them back for more wheel-y fun times (for me, at least). That way, people won't realize that this is actually a Nekusar deck: he's hiding, ready to strike! But my biggest problem is discerning which of these 150+ cards I need to whittle down to about 65, and also figure out how many lands I need to play. I've got a little money to spend, and this list is about as far as I'll go cost-wise.
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