Rings of Brighthearth


Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Masterpiece Series: Kaladesh Inventions (MPS) Mythic Rare
Lorwyn (LRW) Rare

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Rings of Brighthearth


Whenever you activate an ability, if it isn't a mana ability, you may pay . If you do, copy that ability. You may choose new targets for the copy.

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Rings of Brighthearth Discussion

deadmanwaltzing on [Obey] - Competitive Control

1 day ago

TheDevicer - tagging you here, as this is once again the most up-to-date list I'm running. WIP list(s) deleted.

This version of the deck has a lot of flex slots. The win conditions are so condensed that you have a tonne of room for meta customisation and cards to suite style. Con sphinx and Power Artifact are two cards I'm currently contemplating adding back into the list. I've always hated Rings of Brighthearth and I'm glad to be rid of it. I'd be interested in hearing your thoughts on the current list.

Sgtpopnfreash on artificial wins

1 day ago

Yes esper struggles with "good" win conditions for edh. You can always go Doomsday the classic 1 card win condition and there is a great primer on how to use it below.
The second rout you can do is what I did with my esper deck and use Aetherflux Reservoir. In Esper Tech the goal is to get Sensei's Divining Top, Basalt Monolith and Rings of Brighthearth. Once you have those you generate infinite mana with Rings and basalt using Rings of Brighthearth to copy Basalt Monolith's untap ability. Then you can tap Sensei's Divining Top and copy that effect with Rings of Brighthearth. From there you draw a card put Top on top of your library and draw Sensei's Divining Top again and repeat until you draw Aetherflux Reservoir or if that is gone you can play Laboratory Maniac to win.
You can do the exact same thing in a slightly different manner using Future Sight, Sensei's Divining Top and Cloud Key or Etherium Sculptor. Basically get all those out tap Sensei's Divining Top, draw a card then put Sensei's Divining Top on your library and play it for free from there with Future Sight and repeat to draw your deck.

The final way to do this process is Sensei's Divining Top, and Isochron Scepter with Dramatic Reversal imprinted. Basically tap Sensei's Divining Top, activate Isochron Scepter untap Sensei's Divining Top and tap Sensei's Divining Top again.
In all of these scenarios you use Sensei's Divining Top and some engine that allows you to draw through your deck while raising your storm count for the eventual Aetherflux Reservoir

The_Malkavian on Mach ₱ⱤØⱠł₣ɆⱤ₳₮Ɇ Wieder Großartig (ṩüṗệŕḟŕïệńďṩ)

2 days ago

I feel like I'm missing something that someone must have already mentioned...

But Rings of Brighthearth can't trigger a duplicate Basalt Monolith since it's a mana ability

And in the rules, "A mana ability is an ability that (1) isnt a loyalty ability, (2) doesnt target, and (3) could put mana into a players mana pool when it resolves."

bushido_man96 on Dinosaur Tribal

3 days ago

Thanks for checking it out, Bxbx! I plan to solitaire the deck with my son when I get it put together so he understands how the cards work together, and he can hopefully see the setup. He's been playing with me for some a little over a year now, and the best way for him to play is to get familiar with a deck and then he usually starts to recognize what the cards he draws do. He got really familiar with the Kalemne, Disciple of Iroas precon, and he can usually work his way around it pretty well. As stoked as he is about the dinosaurs, I think he'll pick up on this one quick, too.

Thank you for the suggestions, too. I really like Rings of Brighthearth, but I don't have any, and its a bit pricey. I do have some Scroll Racks laying around, so those might find their way into the deck. Call of the Wild is one of my favorite cards, and it pairs nicely with cards like Sylvan Library, Mirri's Guile, Sensei's Divining Top, and the aforementioned Scroll Rack. Mayael has it built-in, although not nearly as good (since she has to tap and requires all three colors), so I thought I'd play with her as the commander and run some creature tutor to get to Gishath, Sun's Avatar. I've been looking for a theme to run Call of the Wild in, and I think I've found it. We'll see how it goes.

If I want to run Scroll Rack, what do you think I should cut? I also have both of the Huatli planeswalkers, and don't know what to cut for them, either.

Again, thanks for the look! Here's to hoping for more good dinos out of Rivals!

Bxbx on Dinosaur Tribal

3 days ago

Wow, these are quite some strong and complicated cards for a 7 year old! You might throw Scroll Rack into the mix as well. Rings of Brighthearth would be another way to copy the activated ability of Mayael the Anima.

I also noticed some cool cards in your deck that I didn't know before: I might consider Zoologist, Call of the Wild and Game Preserve for myself.

opticnirv on Kaervek is Rakdos!

4 days ago

Playgroup has now frowned upon infinite combos so have taken out the Basalt Monolith, Rings of Brighthearth combo.

hoardofnotions on Freyalise High Tide

5 days ago

Is Karametra's Acolyte too slow? It's basically an elvish archdruid that doesn't need other elves to combo out with.

Basalt Monolith and Grim Monolith combo for infinite mana with mana reflection

Rings of Brighthearth combo with deserted temple and any land that taps for 6 or more, and basalt monolith and is pretty good with planswalkers. Copy your draw ability!

Really like the deck, mono green storm has been on my to do list for a while!

n8dm on Augustin's $t4ks (Primer)

5 days ago

Thank you for opening my eyes to the Basalt Monolith + Rings of Brighthearth combo.

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