At the end of your turn, target opponent gains control of Jinxed Choker and puts a charge counter on it.
At the beginning of your upkeep, Jinxed Choker deals damage to you equal to the number of charge counters on it.
(3): Put a charge counter on Jinxed Choker or remove one from it.
|Have (2)||Bluboltar , Thunderbeard|
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Jinxed Choker Discussion
2 months ago
I think you might like these: Bone Flute , Dingus Staff , Bullwhip , Jinxed Choker , Balduvian War-Makers , Asphyxiate , Gush , Flash , Enthralling Victor , Vulshok Sorcerer , Vulshok Battlemaster , Giant Strength , Dulcet Sirens , Alluring Siren , Trickbind
9 months ago
theplotthinnens - As far as I know, the multiple categories thing just works now. I just re-checked the formatting I used, and it's as you have it:
1x Mobilization (C14) #Anthem #Tokens
And that puts Mobilization in both categories. If you want two words for one category, you'd format that as:
1x City of Brass (5ED) #Land #Self_Flagellate
Thanks for mentioning that, though. For some reason half of my deck was goofed up with an accidental category.
Dealing 2-3 damage on an opponent's upkeep isn't a strong use of a card slot, since I find it unlikely that the choker would be passed back to me with Darien on the board.
9 months ago
I just decided to pick up my plans for a Darien deck that have sitting for about a year, and this looks like a great list. Sivvi's Valor is a gem of a find. You might like Jinxed Choker for the masochism.
I had a question about how you pulled off some of your formatting. In your custom categories, you're able to have many of your cards show up in more than one category; but when category is type, each card in the deck has only one copy. I tried to do that in my own lists a few years back but it didn't work (with a format like '1x CardName #Category1 #Category2' in the deck entry, it would only show up in Category 1) and TappedOut said that they didn't know how to solve it. What sort of workaround did you find, or did the site figure it out while I wasn't looking?
10 months ago
Jinxed Choker might be interesting as it has the potential to help you draw cards when its not your turn and is kinda funny.
1 year ago
Thanks lithium142. The key token generator is of course Darien himself, and the rest of the deck revolves around ways to beat yourself up to generate tokens, and then getting value out of them, and generally being annoying, by making opponents make bad choices, and a bit staxxy. Jinxed Choker was almost too good when I played it out, because as soon as Darien hit the board my opponents were conspiring to pass it between each other, and it escalates so quickly in multiplayer!
Green is out of the question, as The King of Kjeldor is the inspiration and key; I'd essentially be building a completely different deck if I switched to Trostani et Al, which may be powerful but isn't the point (I'm well acquainted with Aura Shards! Hence all of the enchantment removal).
Darksteel Mutation is definitely one I am still considering. It's only out because I neglected to consider it for the initial build, but have been beating myself up (pun intended) ever since. I'll consider your spot removal suggestions, as I agree, it is a bit low.
In general I think that I have enough threats to weather a few wipes, so if Divine Visitation goes, there's still Cathars' Crusade. I'm also generally underpowered relative to my opponents, so their stuff goes before mine more often than not. And of course, there are the infinite combos to let me win from nowhere.
If I had the cash to splash, I'd be keen to attempt a Balancing Act + Teferi's Protection combo... Sacrifice ALL the permanents!
I dislike tutors in EDH (I play for lols, not wins), so I'm happy with the power level:price ratio at the moment. That said, thanks for your interest and suggestions!
1 year ago
Here is some of my favorite cards in my Darien deck:
Jinxed Choker, does not look like a threat at first but when it gets around 8-10 counters people start to worry.
Mask of Memory can draw you a lot of cards + if you have Land Tax, it can turn lands into pure gas.
Secure the Wastes can win you the game out of nowhere.
Luminarch Ascension is a power house and puts your oppenents in a strange spot with Darien out, "to attack or not to attack".
Oketra the True is a very good plan B commander when Darien is either removed or not working.
Hour of Revelation is a must.
Buried Ruin, Isolated Watchtower, Scavenger Grounds and Shefet Dunes are some great utility lands, worth trying.
I've played my paper Darien deck for a year, at my local store an in my playgroups. He is too much fun!
1 year ago
Politics on Rakdos is usually more about threatening with The Sword than offering The Olive Branch.