Quicksmith Rebel


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Aether Revolt (AER) Rare
Promo Set (000) Rare

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Quicksmith Rebel

Creature — Human Artificer

When Quicksmith Rebel enters the battlefield, target artifact you control gains ": This artifact deals 2 damage to target creature or player" for as long as you control Quicksmith Rebel.

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Quicksmith Rebel Discussion

clayperce on UR Modules ... Really?!?

1 month ago

I had actually tested Panharmonicon early in the process ... at the time, I found it to be WAY too high-variance for my playstyle. Seemed like it was either completely broken (with Decoction Module and Whirler Virtuoso) or completely useless (with the other Modules), with no in-between. I'll give it a hard relook though, because I tested it before I had Reckless Fireweaver or Maverick Thopterist in the deck. If not in this deck though, I could see it being really good in a deck that's more focused on the go-infinite wincon ... maybe with some Whir of Invention and Saheeli Rai.

Idk if Quicksmith Rebel is played in Vintage, but I've seen it in Big Red in Legacy, allowing the deck to get even more value from their Chalice of the Void, Ensnaring Bridge, Chrome Mox, etc. Here though, I'm not sure ... seems like LOT for a (potentially) repeatable Shock. I'm sure it's nice in super-grindy games, though, so I'll keep it in mind.

As always, thanks tons for your thoughtful suggestions!

Corrosive_Cat on UR Modules ... Really?!?

1 month ago

You considered how insane Panharmonicon is? Triggers Decoction Module twice, letting you go infinite a little more often, triggers all energy generation from creatures twice, creates four thopters with Maverick Thopterist, which in turn each deal twice as much with Reckless Fireweaver. If you have two Reckless Fireweavers and play a Panharmonicon and Maverick Thopterist, you deal 20 damage; you can pull this off real easily much of the time. Glint-Nest Crane also finds stuff a lot more reliably.

Also Quicksmith Rebel is fantastic removal, especially combined with Panharmonicon, and even gets played in vintage I think. Turns your modules into little Shock machines.

K1ngr3ese on Gearhulk Exploitation

4 months ago

Totally understand! Im glad you got a chuckle from the jank lol.

I made a few brews trying to break panharmonicon. A long time ago i made a Tim (Prodigal Sorcerer) deck. So when i saw pan and Quicksmith Rebel i attempted some silliness based around that! Tim 2.0. Panharmonicon+Quicksmith Rebel+Narnam Cobra...supported with Blossoming Defense and Heroic Intervention. It was a ton of fun to play and beat mardu relentlessly. Also had a hidden theme with Metalwork Colossus.
This standard is excellent for homebrew stuff. Did you ever play against infinite whales? Lol. Best Quote for MTG i have ever heard came from that deck... the fuy said I attack you for an unneccessarily high amount of infinite damage, GG

woodwender on Saliva of the Space-Aardvark

7 months ago

I know this doesn't go along with the theme of the deck, but for other threats, Inventor's Apprentice or Pia Nalaar are viable options. For more passive damage, Reckless Fireweaver or Quicksmith Rebel could be great additions to the deck.

Daedalus19876 on Judgment Day: Avacyn the Purifier EDH | *PRIMER*

8 months ago

Polupus: Thanks for the +1 and comment! :) I used to play Cloudshift in here, but I eventually swapped it for the much more unconditional indestructible of Boros Charm.

maybeJester: I think your switches make it a bit more midrange, which is not the direction I went, but they make sense :) Personally, I adore Static Orb, but once you've cut it, it makes sense to remove Quicksmith Rebel. What's Academy Rector searching for? You could add Eldrazi Conscription as a nasty surprise...

maybeJester on Judgment Day: Avacyn the Purifier EDH | *PRIMER*

8 months ago

+1 I recently bought this deck after playing it online for a while, and wanted to share my experience. It's a very solid deck, and I find it very fun to pilot.

I did switch a couple of cards. I wanted some more enchantments and wincons, especially because the blue guys hardly ever focus on me. Chaos Warp -> Luminarch Ascension, Memory Jar -> Possibility Storm, Static Orb -> Assemble the Legion, Quicksmith Rebel -> Academy Rector,

Would love to hear your opinion on these switches!

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