Kozilek's Return

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Hero Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Heirloom Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Oath of the Gatewatch (OGW) Mythic Rare

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Kozilek's Return

Instant

Devoid *(This card has no color.) *

Kozilek's Return deals 2 damage to each creature.

Whenever you cast an Eldrazi creature spell with converted mana cost 7 or greater, you may exile Kozilek's Return from your graveyard. If you do, Kozilek's Return deals 5 damage to each creature.

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Kozilek's Return Discussion

BMHKain on Soldier of Fortune, Boros' Final Stand

1 month ago

The slate is almost ready... I just want to know which is good out of the following, & which is bad, as well as whether or not Pristine Angel + Concerted Effort + Empty-Shrine Kannushi/Pledge of Loyalty is a legitamite combo that works, & can even deal with Multicolor, & Creature Types regardless of Color.

List: *Gisela, the Broken Blade/Bruna, the Fading Light

*Conduit of Storms  Flip

*Extricator of Sin  Flip

*Hanweir Battlements/Hanweir Garrison

*Lone Rider  Flip

*Smoldering Werewolf  Flip

*Vildin-Pack Outcast  Flip

*Barrage Tyrant

*Consuming Sinkhole

*Crumble to Dust

*Eldrazi Aggressor

*Eldrazi Obligator

*Immobilizer Eldrazi

*Kozilek's Return

*Kozilek's Sentinel

*Maw of Kozilek

*Molten Nursery

*Nettle Drone

*Processor Assault

*Reality Hemorrhage

*Serpentine Spike

*Touch of the Void

*Turn Against

*Vestige of Emrakul

*Vile Aggregate

Which of these do you recommend? I'm adding my last adds before shaving off whole KGs off this deck...

BMHKain on 4 simple favors & I'll ...

1 month ago

Here are the cards I found that are in such a color:

*Gisela, the Broken Blade/Bruna, the Fading Light

*Hanweir Battlements/Hanweir Garrison

*Conduit of Storms  Flip

*Extricator of Sin  Flip

*Lone Rider  Flip

*Smoldering Werewolf  Flip

*Vildin-Pack Outcast  Flip

*Barrage Tyrant

*Consuming Sinkhole

*Crumble to Dust

*Eldrazi Aggressor

*Eldrazi Obligator

*Immobilizer Eldrazi

*Kozilek's Return

*Kozilek's Sentinel

*Molten Nursery

*Nettle Drone

*Processor Assault

*Reality Hemorrhage (Possible Sunforger Package add?)

*Serpentine Spike

*Touch of the Void

*Turn Against

*Vestige of Emrakul

*Vile Aggregate

Which do you think would be good for my Boros Deck? Also I omitted Eldrazi Displacer as it is a standard for this deck anyway.

Also, one last question, Since my Kozilek Deck is doing nothing but fail the meter, do you think I should run a 5Color Commander, & if so, what?

JoosetheMuice on Artifactually Magnificent

2 months ago

Apart from my earlier comment

Add: Reality Shift, Blue Sun's Zenith (maybe and for draw)

Cut: Remove, Blinkmoth Urn Kozilek's Return Unwinding Clock Barrage Tyrant Endbringer (i know I originally suggested the last two, but they look like theyre duds)

Going back to my first comment, the biggest adds should be: Daretti, Propaganda (protection for saheeli), thirst for knowledge, and FABRICATE.

BraxTune on Mono Red Dragons Modern

2 months ago

Wow! This looks like a very versatile deck! Some very serious plays in here. Its been a while since I thought dragons could become relevant but dang, I'd be fearful going head 2 head with this one.

i do have a few questions, mostly revolving around Kozilek's Return and the inclusion of only one Shatterstorm. It looks, from my view, that you already have decent ability to boardwipe with Anger of the Gods, is a 2 damage boardwipe necessary on the sideboard, especially, if you cannot activate the secondary effect? Shatterstorm seems like such and appropriate response I cant imagine not sideboarding at least two.

Pheardemons on Moltenheart (Skred-Dragons)

2 months ago

How competitive are you trying to be? Would you prefer to play with what you like, or are you trying to work up to playing in competitive tournaments? Here's a list to take a look into for Skred dragons that won an open:

https://mtgdecks.net/Modern/skred-dragons-decklist-by-ozzy-kelly-754206

A couple points I want to say is that I disagree with what people are saying about Blood Moon. It is an amazing card that can completely hose some decks. It can seem like a wasted card sometimes (mono-colored decks, they fetch their basics before it's played, ect). However, look at the list I sent you and let me know just how competitive you want to be. I may have better suggestions after that.

Dragonlord's Servant, Sarkhan's Triumph, and Lathliss, Dragon Queen are too slow for modern. The desert lands are also pretty bad being that Blood Moon turns them off.

Being that your playing big dragons, you will probably need to go to 23 or 24 lands. One of the biggest problems you will have is keeping a hand. Dragons' weakness is that you will most likely only be playing one a turn, and you have no early game presence. One of the ways around that is to play early game removal in the form of Lightning Bolt, Skred (if you play Snow-Covered Mountain), Draconic Roar and Anger of the Gods or any variants of those (Sweltering Suns, Kozilek's Return, ect).

Another problem you have is if you hand becomes empty, you start top-decking. Red is not known for drawing well. Some of the ways around this are Relic of Progenitus, Mind Stone, Chandra, Torch of Defiance, Chandra, Pyromaster and of course the best thing for dragons Sarkhan, Fireblood.

Dragon Tempest is a spicy include. I'm not sure how I feel about it, but I like the thought of it. I think it would be interesting to playtest. One of the reasons that makes it obsolete is that the most playable dragons already have haste.

As far as dragons go, the ones I think that are the most competitive for modern are Stormbreath Dragon, Thunderbreak Regent, Thundermaw Hellkite, and potentially Glorybringer. I know that some people are saying that Glorybringer is too slow, and the exert is something that isn't worthwhile in modern. I disagree. The 4 damage has become much more relevant with the newer decks. Granted, I wouldn't play 4, but one or two may be viable. Also, I believe Stormbreath Dragon is superior to Thundermaw Hellkite. I play my own version of Skred red, and I cannot think of any situation where the 1 damage was more relevant than the pro-white. I have won A LOT of games because my opponent's Path to Exile was as dead card because of Stormbreath Dragon.

I think you should take into account all the suggestions thus far and remake your deck, proxy (or buy) and playtest. Go to your LGS on whatever day they play modern and start trying your deck. That will show you what works and what doesn't. If you have any questions just ask. Here's my Skred deck that I've been playing for over 6 years now. This list isn't the same list I started (I've gone through many transformations), but it is a decent competitive mono-red list. I'm not dragon specific though.

Screaming rage, unbridled fury, unparalleled power

Sorry if this was too long. Just laying my initial thoughts.

Grubbernaut on Competitive Izzet Control

2 months ago

I think you'll have a veeeeery hard time with humans. I'd consider some sweepers for this reason; yes, they're a nonbo with Pyro, but it's better than losing. I feel Sweltering Suns is grossly underplayed in modern, but most would choose Anger of the Gods; both are good, having some of each may be preferable to get around Meddling Mage. There's also Pyroclasm, Firespout, Kozilek's Return.

I like the deck overall, my man! I think 2-3 manlands could be beneficial, as well -- doubly so if you're adding sweepers.

RandomGenesis on Nin Competitive Primer

7 months ago

If you don't mind my asking, are we running Kozilek's Return over other sweepers (like Pyroclasm or Anger of the Gods purely because it is an instant?

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