Creature — Ouphe
When Kitchen Finks enters the battlefield, you gain 2 life.
Persist (When this creature is put into a graveyard from the battlefield, if it had no -1/-1 counters on it, return it to play under its owner's control with a -1/-1 counter on it.)
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|Ultimate Masters (UMA)||Uncommon|
|Ultimate Masters Promo (UMAP)||Mythic Rare|
|Modern Masters (MMA)||Uncommon|
|Promo Set (000)||Rare|
Combos Browse all
- Archangel of Thune + Kitchen Finks + Viscera Seer
- Good-Fortune Unicorn + Kitchen Finks
- Heliod, Sun-Crowned + Kitchen Finks
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Kitchen Finks occurrence in decks from the last year
Latest Decks as Commander
Kitchen Finks Discussion
4 days ago
Magikarpet I really like Workhorse a lot. I would most likely be picking one up to replace the Myr Battlesphere. I like having the Brood Monitor combo so to have an extra version of that would seem like a good idea to me. Heartstone although very awesome, I am not quite sure what I would cut for it. The deck is quite tight right now and it would require over the top cards to replace others. The only slot I may consider sneaking it into would be to replace Kitchen Finks as it's really dependent on having a sac outlet and Good-Fortune Unicorn out. The only other card slot I could consider would be Wild Pair. Great suggestions :)
1 week ago
1 week ago
If you are using Solemnity, you don't need Luminous Broodmoth, you just need a sacrifice outlet. Also, I would take out Soul's Attendant for Kitchen Finks. Better lifegain, a bigger, more efficient threat, and it combos with Broodmoth.
2 weeks ago
2 weeks ago
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3 weeks ago
I like what Abzan is capable over Jund this list seems to be pulling too much from Jund play style for me though. Have you considered using white or even some green to have more interaction? Cards like Abrupt Decay, Abzan Charm, Eldritch Evolution and Murderous Cut come to mind. Some good creatures you could play around with as well even if only as a Sideboard option for some match ups Cloudshift for protection/extra ETB's, Kitchen Finks, and Orzhov Pontiff.
Boza on 4C Value Pod
4 weeks ago
I have also been trying to build a value pod list (RecSurPod) and I appreaciate the very nice touches in your list, but I think that this points spread is not good for a creature toolbox deck. Especially now that Spellseeker has recently been bumped to 2 points, you are at 11 points. Just try to include a different combo - Luminous Broodmoth + Kitchen Finks + any sac outlet like Viscera Seer will give you infinite life and is a better combo for this type of deck that does not use any points.
1 month ago
'Now' that there are 'overpowered' green and white creatures?
First, there have been very good green and white creatures at 5 forever. One of the original best creatures in the game was Serra Angel.
Second 'Overpowered' is a normie term. Anyone who understands game design to any basic degree would understand that power is always relative. For instance, Lightning Bolt is an insane card in formats where 90% of relevant creatures have 3 or fewer toughness, but it's barely playable in formats where a lot of relevant creatures have 4 or more toughness. 1 mana removal without downside vs 1 mana possibly removal. Bolt, as well as Push, are better in efficient formats.
Elder Gargaroth is good as long as it lives long enough to get an attack in, in which case it goes off the walls with value -- but in different formats, its use will be different. It likely won't see Legacy, Vintage or EDH play in any competitive degree -- it's too slow for a mediocre effect there, or in EDH it's a tiny creature that does a little bit(seriously, EDH players look at this and think Elvish Visionary grew up). But in Standard and Pioneer, it's a win condition. In Modern, it's even weirder -- it's an 'oops I win' against Burn. It will take the place of Thragtusk there. It will be a better Kitchen Finks for ramp inclined decks.
Also, it's a great deterrent from attacking. All it has to do is survive until your opponent's next 'declare blockers' step, and then, as long as they have at least one creature worth attacking with, it's gotten you at least a tiny bit of value. Of course, your opponent gets an extra draw to find removal -- but most decks aren't running removal that kills this, at least in Pioneer. Standard has to run that quality of removal and Modern is currently defined by Labe, t3f, uro and Path.