Pirate's Pillage

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Arena [BETA] Legal
Brawl Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Rivals of Ixalan (RIX) Uncommon

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Tokens

Pirate's Pillage

Sorcery

As an additional cost to cast Pirate's Pillage, discard a card.

Draw two cards and create two colorless Treasure artifact tokens with ", Sacrifice this artifact: Add one mana of any color to your mana pool."

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Pirate's Pillage Discussion

TotalSundae on Finally a new Phyrexian!

2 months ago

Stroke of Genius over Mind Spring

I don't think there is too much of a need for Leyline of Anticipation seeing as this deck is already set to do a lot of creature-based stuff with haste. I think the orrery is enough.

Pirate's Pillage is pretty high costing for what you are trying to do, there are a plethora of cards you could put in over it.

You have both Treasure Cruise and Dig Through Time while you deck isn't instant\sorcery heavy, which is just bad value. Would probably cut one for a more progressive draw spell.

Spell Swindle for Arcane Denial, Rapacious One for literally any other token generator. On-hit effects are so bad in EDH.

Cards like Hordeling Outburst, Krenko's Command, and Dragon Fodder are pretty bad value with the number of board wipes in the format. To contrast this, cards like Karn, Scion of Urza are much better because they are repeatable effects that have a larger impact when it isn't your turn. Those token generators at sorcery or even instant speed are pretty bad value for EDH imo. You would be better suited by many of the effects that you already have.

Where the fuck is Helm of the Host. Biiiiiiig missed opportunity here. I love that card to death.

Overall I would say without going through more than two of your custom sections that this deck needs a change in development ideology. Try to make the deck centered around the idea that you can count on 2-3 tokens on the battlefield through the effects of your permanents. There are cards that do this, but I have yet to curate them. Right now you have a lot of bad value to pull off some combos, but they all rely on a lot of mana and combat steps, which means its creature based. You are looking for a bad time if you pull the trigger on a deck like that. Remember to also build the deck with the idea that Brudiclad won't always be an option to put onto the battlefield, especially at 6 or more mana. Your cards have to create value for themselves without big daddy Brudiclad there to support them. Brudiclad needs to be a powerful support mechanic, not an overwhelming piece to the deck.

Struyk on Big Red - Treasures&Dragons (GRN)

2 months ago

Drop the useless goblins and get treasures instead: Trove of Temptation and Pirate's Pillage are really nice.

Get Unclaimed Territory to help with your wincon dragons.

Sarkhan, Fireblood is pretty expensive but really good with dragons.

2x Lathliss, Dragon Queen, 2x Nicol Bolas, the Ravager  Flip and 1x Darigaaz Reincarnated might also be nice

Sideboard Shock and Fiery Cannonade vs faster decks

And ofcourse hope for some good dragons in the next set ;)

Daedalus19876 on That's Mine Now [Beckett Brass EDH]

3 months ago

Hmmm. Cover of Darkness and Mana Drain seem good! Beyond that, more artifacts never hurt...maybe Curse of Opulence? You also don't seem to have many draw effects, so that might be a good place to start (Pirate's Pillage and Pirate's Prize?).

Yume72 on Kadeen's Last Stand

5 months ago

I would look into some card draw, since you are running low CMC cards such as Signal Pest, Springleaf Drum, Ornithopter, Memnite, and Mox Opal. That's twenty cards at CMC 1 or lower, plus twenty free lands...Maybe Expose Evil (clues are artifacts, so any investigate cards would work), Pirate's Pillage, Frantic Salvage, or Origin Spellbomb.Serum Tank would run well, as would Tamiyo's Journal or Trading Post.You could also run Nahiri, the Harbinger for a control/search element.

genex13 on Pirate Control to Major Storm

5 months ago

I had a similar Idea but ended up with for Brass's Bounty, Captain Lannery Storm and Pirate's Pillage. How is Vraska, Relic Seeker doing in there?

mrfab13 on Big Red - Treasures&Dragons (GRN)

5 months ago

Ravenous Intruder seems kinna bad for sb

Chandra, Torch of Defiance seems perfect for this deck, removal, ramp and card advantage. but it is rotating out so its up to you

Jaya's Immolating Inferno isnt actually that good in this deck, the deck is better of running things that dont have x in the cost as sunbirds doesnt work with it, same goes with kicker, as it will trigger sunbirds for less than you payed or if you cast it off sunbirds you have to pay the kicker cost in addition

Gilded Lotus is interesting as it fits poorly on the curve but once sunbirds it out it wil let you cast more things a turn, it probably needs some playtesting to see if it is worth it

the SB is also missing some enchantment hate and GY hate, its hard with not much information on meta decks with domineria but Pirate's Pillage and Ravenous Intruder seem like wasted slots

razelfark on Treasure Control (WIP)

5 months ago

Highly advise the removal of Pirate's Pillage in favor of more treasure map . The spell is a bit costly and the scrying from the Maps can really help setup the control you are looking for or help you dig to win conditions better.

You may want to consider the use of Bontu's Last Reckoning in sideboard or even main board. This will help you have answers for those decks that go wide.

dusterGGG on Hate the double spells!

7 months ago

Korlash88 has a decent point, but it can work with enough cheap spells that draw you cards. Chart a Course is good, Flood of Recollection returns another spell to your hand, Pirate's Prize and Pirate's Pillage give you treasure tokens, Secrets of the Golden City is efficient late game, and Shake the Foundations is a solid sideboard card against RDW.

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