Master of the Feast


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Hero Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Heirloom Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
MTGO Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Journey into Nyx (JOU) Rare

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Master of the Feast

Enchantment Creature — Demon


At the beginning of your upkeep, each opponent draws a card.

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Master of the Feast Discussion

TypicalTimmy on Card creation challenge

2 months ago
Boza, well, you got the general idea of what it's supposed to be. I was on break when I made it, and break is only so long. So I kind of didn't have time to check the formatting.

And yeah, the Landfall part is kind of a cheap input. That's why there's also 10 levels. I could have made it 4 - 5 levels tops, but that'd be too easy.

10 levels for what amounts to a 7/7 Trample, Menace, Reach and when it attacks +X/+X and Hexproof at a starting cost of 5 CMC seems balanced to me. It's a long-haul if you're not in an explosive land deck, so it probably wouldn't see play outside of EDH.

But if it DID exist, and was put in that Lord Windgrace deck, that thing would absolutely dominate.

So, it's sort of a niche card. But I love niche cards. I have so much fun finding a place for oddities that nobody uses. That's why cards like Reverberate, See the Unwritten, Golgari Charm and Savage Beating are some of my favorite cards.

I don't like to netdeck. I hate the idea of playing what everyone else does. I often find that netdecking means your deck is good against a few decks and fails to others. While this is going to be true of any and all decks in any and all formats, I love building unique structures and brunting out the work, reshaping and grinding it into a system that works.

That's why I use cards like Master of the Feast when nobody else does, or use Planeswalkers like Xenagos, the Reveler when it seldom sees play in anything else.

I'm not here to win on T3. I'm not here to win tournaments or make money. I'm here to design something ridiculous and piss people off with my crazy antics.

I may not always win, but I'll always have fun.

APPLE01DOJ on Liliana Planeswalkers HELP!

2 months ago

I understand that you're a begginer to magic and I don't intend to discourage you but the best Liliana planeswalker in modern is Liliana of the Veil. Typically you would want 3-4 copies of her.

Now that's out of the way your deck is kind of all over the place which is fine good stuff decks are totally viable in modern but you have to have some consistency to them. So take Murder for example, this is a card you would want most games so 4 copies would be a good number to run. That being said, Murder isn't usually played because better (Hero's Downfall) and cheaper (Fatal Push, Cast Down) options exist.

Lastly you should under stand the strengths of Black are cheap creature removal (see above), discard spells like Thoughtseize and Inquisition of Kozilek, as well as cards that trade life for advantage such as Dark Confidant, Phyrexian Arena, Bitterblossom or again Thoughtseize.

Creatures in black are typically overcosted or come with a significant down side (see Master of the Feast), Some are viable but must be built around like Abyssal Persecutor, Nyxathid, or Death's Shadow but the other option is to splash another color. Green pairs nicely with black thanks to cards like Tarmogoyf or Scavenging Ooze.

Pandaka on Razaketh's Demon Army

2 months ago

First, you will need a lot of ramp to get this deck going with all your demon and being able to maybe play multiple demons a turn making this deck able to sweep in with a win. You will also need more creatures that are to be sacrificed to Razaketh, the Foulblooded. Razaketh and Liliana's Contract will have you lose life so you will need some way to regain any lost life. Some cheap demons I've found are Ammit Eternal, Baleful Ammit, Demonic Taskmaster, Grinning Demon, Herald of Torment, Master of the Feast, Mindwrack Demon, Razorjaw Oni, Scourge of Numai, Soulcage Fiend, and Soulstinger.

Bracothegazer on A Deck Full Of Bad Guys (budget)

2 months ago

SynergyBuild thanks bro!

About Lava Spike, i love it, but there are two main problems: it's quite expensive (Bump in the Night works the same as lava spike but it's cheaper), and i don't really know what to remove for it. Probably the only card that could be replaced is Master of the Feast, but i think that Keldon Marauders is more synergical than Lava Spike in this deck,so I'd rather change the marauders for the demons.

Lava Spike and Bump in the Night could be excellent side cards!

hungry000 on Say My Name

3 months ago

Good luck at your FNM tonight! It's a bit late now but you could try Augur of Skulls over Dreamstealer since it doesn't have to get in for damage at all to work and is repeatable.

I also think you should have a spell other than Duress, since there are decks out there that don't play any spells (if it's a meta call tho that's fine). Again, Inquisition of Kozilek is the ideal, but Funeral Charm and Blackmail are good too. Charm can also kill Young Pyromancer or Glistener Elf. Idk how much Master of the Feast adds to the deck, but tell me how it goes.

BlackyMTG on Nekusar, Oprah’s Apprentice!

3 months ago

@SynergyBuild I do have Font of Mythos, Temple Bell, Fevered Visions, Spiteful Visions, Dictate of Kruphix, Master of the Feast, Teferi's Puzzle Box, and of course Nekusar. I really like Ghirapur and I do have a copy, but I’m already letting people play with a ludicrous amount of cards and I think letting them play another land per turn would let them spit those cards out faster than I could deal with them, so unfortunately I think that’s a no. Though, I do believe I could use more ramp if you have suggestions on what to cut and which ramp spells to actually add. I appreciate the feedback and the +1!

Scytec on Say My Name

3 months ago

Out of curiosity, why aren't you running The Rack? It isn't expensive, and it is more consistent than the Quest for the Nihil Stone. Also, Desecration Demon is ok, but a card like Master of the Feast is cheaper and the drawback is virtually non-existent in your deck, though I would take it out vs control as the instant speed may be troublesome. I personally enjoy Stain the Mind as it is able to be convoked. I realize Dreamstealer is recurrable discard, but you run so many discard effects, I think I'd replace him with someone like Erebos, God of the Dead to hose lifegain and add card draw. I'd add two of him and perhaps 2 Nyxathid or another alternative win-con in its place. Best of luck though! If you ever get the chance, a play set of Liliana of the Veil is basically required to make decks like this truly competitive. But you can do quite well at the FNM level without her.

ruy343 on Demons of Desolation

3 months ago

Master of the Feast and Priest of the Blood Rite are good, cheap demons that might help you even out your mana curve.Naturally, they have their downsides, but you're aiming to win via the contract, so it might pay off in the long run.

If you want to have a lot of living demons, go with the Languishes, and leave out the Crux of Fate (because your demons would die too, setting you back)

Macabre Waltz along with some self mill can help you find demons faster. A Dark Petition or two might help you find the contract, or a demon in a pinch.

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