Reckless Fireweaver

Reckless Fireweaver

Creature — Human Artificer

Whenever an artifact enters the battlefield under your control, Reckless Fireweaver deals 1 damage to each opponent.

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Kaladesh (KLD) Common

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Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Pioneer Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Reckless Fireweaver occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.01%

Reckless Fireweaver Discussion

Boza on Eisenherz PAU Eggs

1 week ago

The gameplan is nice, but it is too fragile - without etherium sculptor, the deck is incredibly slow and has next to 0 ways to interact. With it, it can churn through an amazing amount of artifacts quickly. 14 lands is very dicey as well.

I would add at least a Reckless Fireweaver and/or Glaze Fiend to the mix to up the damage instead of some eggs.

SaberTech on Ancestral Animar

4 weeks ago

I just recently added Barrin, Master Wizard to my deck to see how well it works for me. Haven't actually played it that much yet, but I did realize that it works well in combination with Gilded Drake in case the game goes long and you have to grind through your opponent's creatures. Sacrificing mana dorks to keep stealing your opponents' commanders is fun, and if you manage to get infinite treasure tokens with Barrin + Dockside Extortionist then there is the option of just gaining control of all creatures on the board in one go with the Drake. Or you could just kill everyone off the treasure tokens if you have Walking Ballista or Reckless Fireweaver.

Thus far, in the comparison between Kiri-Onna vs Barrin, my current conclusions are:

Kiri gives you a win line off of just Imperial Recruiter, has a combo line that only needs three mana, and offers an alternative line of play if you were to use Neoform to get Imperial Recruiter that requires one less mana than the next best alternative. On the downside, running Kiri can put some rougher demands on your mana base, isn't that great of a card on its own, and can be awkward if in your opening hand.

Barrin is cheaper to cast, doesn't put the same demands on your mana base, has repeat utility, and offers combo lines that aren't dependent on Animar as long as your opponents have enough artifacts and enchantments out. However, you miss out on some of the efficiency that Kiri offers, which can make all the difference in some situations.

Considering that my current mana base isn't refined enough to offer the consistent amount of Blue mana that makes Kiri work at its best, and my own personal bias about not wanting all my win conditions to be dependent on my commander, I lean more towards Barrin.

Ripperon on Korvold Eggs?

2 months ago

@BolasFucks This deck is a solid OK. The meta this deck is played in allows proxies and plays at between 7-8/10. I was testing to see how an effectively budgetless version would function. The answer is... not great, but not bad either.

Jund Eggs is a terrible idea as running without Second Sunrise , Faith's Reward , or any real stack interaction is kind of rough. I chose Korvold, Fae-Cursed King as a commander because I really like him in concept. I chose eggs as a "win-con" because I like the challenge of eggs in Jund. The deck functions.

Win Conditions require performing some variation of Eggs combo (replacing the aforementioned white cards with Scrap Mastery for a similar effect when possible) with Disciple of the Vault , Reckless Fireweaver , or Korvold, Fae-Cursed King out. If I'm able to go effectively infinite, I either ping the board down with the first two or draw my deck with my commander. With the big Dragon I can Chandra's Ignition for well above lethal. Beating face with him is a last resort, but a valuable one.

I run a variety of interaction:

To beat top-of-deck tutors, Codex Shredder . For meager stack interaction and protection of combo pieces, Guttural Response / Pyroblast / Red Elemental Blast / Veil of Summer .

Pia's Revolution does a surprisingly good job for pseudo recursion against low life targets, especially with how often artifacts go to the graveyard from play with this deck.

Noxious Revival hits key graveyard based combo pieces when we need it, or saves some of our own.

Nature's Claim , Assassin's Trophy , Chaos Warp , Beast Within , and Krosan Grip to deal with problem pieces.

I think that just about covers all the odd parts, the rest are either Eggs, ways to get key parts, or more common pieces of interaction.

TheRoaringBlaze on Artifact Storm Pioneer Idea

3 months ago

If you’re using Inspiring Statuary and Ghirapur AEther Grid , consider using Paradox Engine as a way to generate mana, and with grid, damage. Also, I know you’re going the Reservoir route, but considering Pithing Needle is common in this format, consider maybe adding in Reckless Fireweaver or Firebrand Archer as alternative ways to win.

Kogarashi on Would Treasure tokens trigger Reckless ...

3 months ago

It does work.

When you create an artifact token such as a Treasure token or a copy of Mishra's Self-Replicator , it enters the battlefield as an artifact. Reckless Fireweaver doesn't care if the artifact entering the battlefield is a token or not, only that it's an artifact.

So yes, Fireweaver will trigger from Treasure tokens, and each token entering the battlefield will trigger Fireweaver separately from the others. If you create three Treasure tokens, that will be three triggers.

Eldrazi13 on Would Treasure tokens trigger Reckless ...

3 months ago

Because of the wording of Reckless Fireweaver's effect, I'm not sure if an artifact token would trigger it, such as from Mishra's Self- Replicator or Treasure tokens. And if it did work, would it trigger multiple times if multiple tokens enter?

Reckless Fireweaver Mishra's Self-Replicator Treasure

Olsen on Helix Fireweaver

4 months ago

I love using Halimar Depths . It's like a ponder just without the card draw. Muddle the Mixture can be used for the counter or to dig for a Reckless Fireweaver or Leonin Squire . Merchant Scroll is there just in case you don't have the Helix or Knack. I chose Shield Sphere & Ornithopter for blocking purposes while we find our combo. Squire is there to retrieve one that may have died in the process.

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