Korvold, Fae-Cursed King
Legendary Creature — Dragon Noble
Whenever Korvold, Fae-Cursed King enters the battlefield or attacks, sacrifice another permanent.
Whenever you sacrifice a permanent, put a +1/+1 counter on Korvold and draw a card.
|Want (2)||AladoLLG5 , spaceyjdjames|
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|Throne of Eldraine (ELD)||Mythic Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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Korvold, Fae-Cursed King Discussion
4 days ago
The M20 Cavaliers are all strong 5 cmc creatures with powerful ETB effects, you could try those. The red one could prove especially useful since you can use its etb to dump any leylines that are stuck in your hand. Korvold, Fae-Cursed King could be interesting since you're already planning on sacrificing at least one permanent per turn. Thragtusk could work too.
1 week ago
Combos/synergies for Treacherous Blessing ? EDHREC pointed out Korvold, Fae-Cursed King , Shattergang Brothers , Daxos the Returned & Cloudstone Curio , and I noticed Ertai, the Corrupted myself. Vraska, Golgari Queen & Doom Foretold works too. (Its native set obviously got several cards that can sacrifice it for profit as well.)
1 week ago
New testing! Korvold, Fae-Cursed King in place of Skullmulcher -- have yet to see Parallel Lives in testing, but still hopeful. There were MANY instances that I let Primal Vigor rot in hand to not help my opponent too much.
Tweaking mana base now that I decided to get the shocks and stuff.
2 weeks ago
Now that Theros 2020 has been fully spoiled - which commander decks of yours are getting the most changes? Which are relatively unconcerned with the new cards?
Share your thoughts!
3 weeks ago
Hey there! The deck looks really cool! The one thing I believe you're missing is Korvold, Fae-Cursed King the card is absolutely bonkers and fills a lot of the roles this deck seems to want.
1 month ago
xxrockstarjbxx The deck works well for me. With the meta of my community playing decks that rely heavily on creatures, this deck thrives in that environment. I highly recommend this deck if your community relies on creatures to win. As long as you have control of the board, gaining value and swinging out with creatures you control is a dominant way the deck can win. Just a note, Korvold is relied heavily on this deck to win.
And you are correct about Korvold, Fae-Cursed King needing more protection. He does get eliminated quite a bit when your opponents have answers. I have never really seriously thought of how vulnerable Korvold can be. Thank you for bringing that to my attention.
Overall, I have enjoyed playing this deck. It is extremely synergistic with the right combo pieces out infinite or non-infinite. This deck has come to a point where I have to take breaks from using the deck because not many of my playgroup would want to play this deck ever again. At least not for awhile. What I would recommend is to play test the deck using the feature play test feature before building the deck to see if it is the right build and playing style for you.
1 month ago
If you play any competitive, then maybe try doing something with a win con you have never used. For example you could try 4c rashimi, sacred hulk or blood pod. I understand that building those leaves little room for your own deckbuilding, but doing so may help you in building up any jank idea you have into something that can still put a fight.
Apart from that, I suggest trying out a Vhati il-Dal deck because I find his ability very interesting.
I also think Korvold, Fae-Cursed King is very open to being built in different and interesting ways to great effect. Aristocrats, stax, enchantress, tokens, Krark-Clan Ironworks eggs, mass land sac/ Scapeshift , storm.... the sky is really the limit with this guy.
1 month ago
Note that the legend rule doesn’t force you to sacrifice permanents, but rather simply put them into their owner’s graveyard. This is an important distinction as it would not trigger effects such as Smothering Abomination , Korvold, Fae-Cursed King , nor The death bug