Savage Beating

Savage Beating

Instant

Play Savage Beating only during your turn and only during combat.

Choose one - Creatures you control gain double strike until end of turn; or untap all creatures you control and after this phase, there is an additional combat phase.

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Set Rarity
Darksteel (DST) Rare

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Legality

Format Legality
Oathbreaker Legal
Legacy Legal
Unformat Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Modern Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Leviathan Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal

Savage Beating occurrence in decks from the last year

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Savage Beating Discussion

TypicalTimmy on Coldeyes' Warrior Gang

1 week ago

Adaptive Automaton and Metallic Mimic would be nice little boosters in here, too. Also Berserkers' Onslaught is both flavorful and cheap. Great fit, I think.

You can use Barrage of Boulders and Savage Beating as wincons to push damage out there. There's also Magmatic Chasm and Boldwyr Intimidator and Falter

Luckee on Intet Lottery

2 months ago

RNR_Gaming those are some good suggestions! I tried to look for cards that could bring as much recurrable top deck manipulation as I could, Castle Vantress, Crystal Ball, Psychic Impetus, and Sigiled Starfish as examples. Cards like Brainstorm and Ponder are pretty powerful for one-time plays, but I was trying to seal the long game with the previously mentioned selection. However, I suppose that same argument could be used against the inclusions of Savage Beating and Seize the Day, though I thought getting in extra attacks could mean more triggers and potentially game-winning plays so I made an exception.

As for Sensei's Divining Top, I was considering it, but I was looking to budget some of the options to keep things within as reasonable as a price range I could.

Thanks for taking a look! The feedback is appreciated!

Spartanhwt88 on

2 months ago

I really like the build of the deck. I do have a couple of suggestion for cards.

Additional Combat phases: Waves of Aggression - I like this card because you can keep casting it from your graveyard by also discarding a land. Savage Beating - Gives you the option to have Double Strike, an additional Combat phase, or BOTH. Godo, Bandit Warlord - Equipment tutor, plus additional Combat Phase.

Indestructible: Boros Charm - Your Stuff indestructible or double strike. Arashin Foremost.

Equipment: Assault Suit - Makes Zurgo Really nasty because he gets passed around and forces people to attack someone other than you.

Grabable with SunForger: Deflecting Palm - Two reasons; It's like the Spanish Inquisition, no one expects it. It doesn't target.

I'd also recommend some mana rocks only to help you get Zurgo out faster.

Again, I like the deck build it looks fun to play.

TypicalTimmy on Card creation challenge

2 months ago

Suicide Charge

Enchantment

Whenever a creature deals combat damage to you, it's controller sacrifices it.


A stronger No Mercy, as this time it takes out Indestructible targets.

I am actually building an Oros, the Avenger "wraths matter" deck that is a voltron-pillowfort build.

In it, I have:

  • 10+ ways to give Oros permanent deathtouch (equipment, auras, deathtouch counters, etc)
  • Tutors to find my key pieces
  • Pillowforts to slow aggression at me
  • Reanimation so I can let him die in the grave, rather than pay the ever-increasing costs
  • A total of 8 other wraths that don't affect Oros, such as Crux of Fate and Winds of Rath (deathtouch aura means he is protected)
  • Ramp for days (10 manarocks)
  • Powerful draw

It's all about keeping Oros out and blowing up the board every single turn. The extra wraths are for when he can't take out mono-white or partial-white creatures. Wincon is legit Commander damage. On a 6/6 vanilla body, that's 4 hits per person. So I have ways to give doublestrike and / or additional combat phases. Some, like Savage Beating do both. Savage Beating will actually win the game, similar to Triumph of the Hordes. 7cmc (5+2) = 24 Commander damage. Granted, it won't "win" the game, but it will knock someone out of the game. Kind of like Sorin Markov ;)

Having said all of this, I want you to build a card for a deck you are currently working on, and tell us about it :) Mine is private but once I finish it today I'll post in appropriate threads

Urgost on Shadow of the Plague

3 months ago

I really like the deck, and I've been looking to make a Mardu deck for a long time, so I can't wait till Kelsien, the Plague comes out.

Since you are opting to put in a lot of combat creatures and stuff, might I recommend a Gisela, Blade of Goldnight, Odric, Lunarch Marshal, and an Ankle Shanker. These cards can provide a really big edge in combat if that's what you're going for.

That new board wipe coming out Ruinous Ultimatum could really help to combo with your Revel in Riches and Black Market while keeping your creatures alive. Another card that is called Savage Beating can be a game ender with all of those strong creatures out.

Some other cards like Anger, Gleam of Battle, and Crackling Doom can help with utility. As Anger will give your creatures haste, gleam of battle will start to stack up with all of the combat, and Crackling Doom will synergize with your commander and your other death trigger cards.

TypicalTimmy on User Introductions

6 months ago

Guess I'll kick things off, unless I get ninja'd lol.

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