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Enchantment Creature — Satyr
Whenever an instant or sorcery spell you control deals damage to an opponent, Satyr Firedancer deals that much damage to target creature that player controls.
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Satyr Firedancer Discussion
1 month ago
I think I will definitely have to give Razia's Purification a shot.
I agree with you with respect to Strionic Resonator, while a good card capable of granting me an extra combat phase, would probably not be an optimal addition into my 99. I do run Combat Celebrant, but aside from him and Helm of the Host I have no other means of extra combat steps; however, I did use to run Savage Beating.
I honestly never knew about these red 2-drop take an extra turn cards, and I think running just 1 (possibly even 2) of them will likely be beneficial since this deck can deal so much damage. I do already run Angel's Grace, and your suggestion of cards like Last Chance etc. make complete sense.
I checked out your Modern Sunshine Burn list, and really like it. I had a Boros burn deck a while back in Standard when RTR, Theros, etc. where legal. I used to run the legal burn spells (i.e. Magma Jet, Skullcrack, Boros Charm, Shock) with cards like Chandra's Phoenix, Satyr Firedancer, Spark Trooper, Ash Zealot, and Boros Reckoner. Really miss playing that deck, and would be playing something just like Sunshine Burn if I played Modern.
1 month ago
Satyr Firedancer would be a solid creature in this deck. I would sideboard the immortal sun, your planeswalkers become dead weight. With m19 you might build a little of the go wide boros in to round your game...
2 months ago
3 months ago
I would lose the Kiln Fiends, and go up to 4 Monastery Swiftspear. The remaining 3 slots... hmm... Hellspark Elemental is pretty good, since it provides some pressure even while in your graveyard (opponent doesn't tap all creatures, 'cause then it just comes back...) and has to be removed twice (and who has 2 removal spells to throw at one creature, which is even going to evaporate end-of-turn?) to stop it from attacking. Ghitu Lavarunner is a "maybe"-card. Haven't tried it, but you might play it turn 2 as a 2/2 haste attacker, if you have enough instants and sorceries at 1 cmc. Grim Lavamancer is also an option (and shouldn't be a 4-of under any circumstances). And some budget-burn-players swear by Satyr Firedancer, so that might also be worth trying out.
3 months ago
Nyxborn Rollicker is surprisingly functional in heroic setups. Satyr Firedancer is pretty close to unplayable, unless you have a Basilisk Collar. Reckless Reveler is pretty much sideboardable, given the other options. Setessan Oathsworn is almost playable, if you desperatly abuse Shimmering Wings and Arcanum Wings with the occasional Eldrazi Conscription.
4 months ago
Honestly, I'm running 2-3 planeswalkers, Chandra, Bold Pyromancer, the Chandra, Torch of Defiance, and Jaya Ballard, if only because they're extra mana and burn. I might cut them, and other stuff out later. Also I'm running Darksteel Plate to give protection from the burn spells, and may even throw in Sword of Fire and Ice as it gives protection from red, and all of the red board wipes are damage based, thus working even when they are non-targeting.
Also, for creatures, Rhox Faithmender, Satyr Firedancer, Grand Abolisher, Angrath's Marauders, Dualcaster Mage, Felidar Sovereign and Boros Reckoner synergize well with your spells/makes sure they go off. plus the red colored, blue targeting coutnerspells are great for when someone tries to screw over a massive X spell/casting FS/SS.
5 months ago
While I agree that Browbeat is a great card for burn decks, I do not agree that Vexing Devil is. The general consensus on him is that he'll never be what you want him to IE he's 4 damage early game when he's more valuable as an attacker, and he's a creature late game when your opponent has removal or blockers. Browbeat works similarly but in burn that's 5 damage or 3 cards which should average 3 damage each, which is a much better tradeoff.
IMHO his spot better served as either another burn spell, like Shard Volley, or a meta choice like Satyr Firedancer or Flamebreak to deal with pesky creatures, or Skullcrack if you run into a lot of life gain (but not dedicated life gain decks).