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

GoblinsBeatElves on More Text Here Makes People Look

4 days ago

Hey, Chasmolinker, thanks for the comment! Mortician Beetle could be strong, I guess, but I don’t think I have nearly enough sacrifice to make it worth playing. Gatekeeper of Malakir could go in for Master of the Feast , and that might be a replacement I make.

I was already thinking about switching those two cards that you said, for Gutterbones and Spawn of Mayhem (once the price dies down for that one). I think both of those would be upgrades.

Anyways, I’ll be sure to test your suggestions out, and thanks again for taking a look at my deck!

Darth_Savage on R/B draw

1 week ago

Kederekt Parasite, only works if you have a red permanent (Artifact, Enchantment, Creature or Planeswalker), you don't have any. Your playing in a similar space to Owling Mine (Ebony Owl Netsuke) decks, but wanting to leverage discard, so Gnat Miser might make more sense as a 1 drop creature. There are a couple of 3 drop creatures which are worth considering too Master of the Feast and Adamaro, First to Desire. Lastly here are a couple of spells that cause hand discard and draw; Reforge the Soul and Wheel of Fate and one that plays well with Burning Inquiry if you keep it Runeflare Trap. Hope this helps, good luck with your brew.

GoblinsBeatElves on More Text Here Makes People Look

1 week ago

Hey, RedmundR2, hungry000, I’m thinking about making some changes from Ravnica Allegiance, namely, switching Dread Wanderer for Gutterbones and Master of the Feast for Spawn of Mayhem. Gutterbones seems like a strict improvement, as the trigger to come back is much easier to pull off, and it can utilized to get lots of Pack Rat triggers. I’ve thought about it, and I don’t really like the idea of giving my opponent free cards. I think Spawn of Mayhem is probably better. It has trample, can grow to be stronger than Master of the Feast, an that last ability can both help finish off my opponent or trigger Spectacle on another’s copy of Spawn or Gutterbones.

I’m curious as to what you guys think about these changes. I’ve tested these things and they seem to work very well so far. Gutterbones will probably go in now, but I’ll have to wait on the price of Spawn of Mayhem to die down a bit to put that in.

lithium142 on Luminarch Acsension & Liliana's Caress... ...

1 week ago

sorry im late to the party fellas!

I played with this idea in standard a few years ago using Waste Not and Master of the Feast. its janky and inconsistent, but i could see some modern tech making it more feasible.

anyway, idk if you still have any intention of pursuing this, but its a fun style to brew with, and i'd be happy to lend a hand if you still wanna go down this road

GoblinsBeatElves on More Text Here Makes People Look

3 weeks ago

RedmundR2, thanks again for the input! There seems to be very contrasting ideas about Smallpox. Makes me definitely want to test it out, about the symmetrical aspect of it. Maybe I don’t need to worry as much, but I’ll have to try it out on as soon as I can.

I was worried about Master of the Feast as well when I started playing it, thinking that it would be a terrible idea to give the opponent cards. In practice, however, that drawback hasn’t made much of a difference in the games I played. I don’t know why, it just hasn’t helped the opp. that much, it seems. Once I get a chance to upgrade this deck, I will definitely try Geralf's Messenger, though.

RedmundR2 on More Text Here Makes People Look

3 weeks ago

I disagree about Smallpox. You don't need to worry as much about 'breaking the symmetry' when you're an aggro deck that has creatures that can come back from the graveyard (hello Gravecrawler!). Slowing your opponent down and denying them some resources can be very valuable especially against a control deck. Symmetrical effects are rarely truly symmetrical. Forcing sac is a super powerful effect that can be a massive swing for only 2 mana.

Thinking about Master of the Feast again and I really don't like the idea of giving your opponents any cards at all and letting them find answers, even for a cheap 5/5 flier. I definitely like the idea of Geralf's Messenger in that slot a little more personally :) It's not a cheap card though, $20 playset aint nothing to sneeze at.

hungry000 on More Text Here Makes People Look

3 weeks ago

I do believe Ratchet Bomb is your go-to sideboard card, it can deal with Bogles as well as artifacts and enchantments. Personally I don't think you should play Smallpox unless you change your deck to include some way to break the symmetry, like with madness cards (which would also work well with Pack Rat). Without something like that, it'll be too hard to capitalize on the effect it has on your opponent since you'll also be recovering from it, plus you're playing Master of the Feast, which pretty much gives your opponent the gas needed to recover from a Smallpox.

Have you considered playing Gray Merchant of Asphodel? You have a lot of BB creature cards here, and it's not an expensive card. It's a good finisher and can help you get out of a tough situation.

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