Scale of Chiss-Goria

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Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Mirrodin (MRD) Common

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Scale of Chiss-Goria

Artifact

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Affinity for artifacts (This spell costs (1) less to play for each artifact you control.)

Tap: Target creature gets +0/+1 until end of turn.

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Scale of Chiss-Goria Discussion

LeaPlath on UW Artifact Affinity

3 months ago

So first up, consistancy is pretty key. You should be playing 4 copies of Seat of the Synod, Great Furnace and at least 2 of Darksteel Citadel. For other lands, something like Spire of Industry is solid, or fastlands or duals or whatever.

Then 4 Frogmite and 4 Myr Enforcer. Big cheap dudes. Think of the artifact lands as tapping for 2 to pay for them. You can also probably do something with Scale of Chiss-Goria/Tooth of Chiss-Goria as enablers for Metalwork Colossus.

Serpant seems fine. Back the deck up with Galvanic Blast, Ensoul Artifact, Thoughtcast and Cranial Plating and you got a deck.

Austin_Smith_of_Cards on Mono White Storm :O

11 months ago

Some affinity for artifacts cards might be worth it to build up a board / sacrifice to Krark-Clan Ironworks:Frogmite, Mycosynth Golem, Myr Enforcer, Scale of Chiss-Goria, Tooth of Chiss-Goria.

Other interesting considerations: Golem Foundry, Metalwork Colossus.

CuddleSweat on Kill The Poor

1 year ago

They may not look like much, but Tooth of Chiss-Goria and Scale of Chiss-Goria, when your commander is on the field basically read "tap: destroy target creature" for very cheap.

Also, Cauldron of Souls can target any number of creatures, and they'll die before it gives them persist, so they won't come back. It's a targeted board wipe every time you tap it if you have your commander out.

alanwescoat on Modern on $100 or less

1 year ago

Argeaux, I started playing affinity when there was only Mirrodin for it. Even Darksteel had not yet come out. Granted, I had the artifact lands to accelerate the whole thing, but look at what was common then just from the Mirrodin Set:

Welding Jar
Frogmite
Somber Hoverguard
Thoughtcast
Scale of Chiss-Goria
Tooth of Chiss-Goria
Myr Enforcer
Disciple of the Vault
!Ancient Den
!Seat of the Synod
!Vault of Whispers
!Great Furnace
!Tree of Tales
!!Ornithopter
!!Atog

(! Banned in Modern.)
(!! Uncommon in Mirrodin but common previously)

This was supplemented later by other great commons:
Darksteel Citadel
Arcbound Worker
Springleaf Drum
Vault Skirge
Bonded Construct

And great uncommons:
Signal Pest
Chief of the Foundry

Affinity/Robots is versatile enough that none of it hinges on running playsets of the great rares and mythics. Granted, lots of them are great cards, but if you just have singles or pairs lying around, then great! You can make up the slack elsewhere.

So, you do not have the money for a great card like Steel Overseer. Fine. Check out Ghostfire Blade. It rockes, and it is seriously underrated.

You do not have the money to spring for Mox Opal, which you think you need for the fast aggro. Relax. Use Tomb of the Spirit Dragon to buy yourself a turn or three.

In addition to Robots/Affinity, I strongly advise you to go to my profile and check out all of my CONSTRUCTICON builds. Prices range from a $14 budget Standard version to a $70 budget Modern version all the way up to a $700 Legacy version.

Robots is a cheap and fun archetype!

alanwescoat on Modern on $100 or less

1 year ago

Argeaux, I started playing affinity when there was only Mirrodin for it. Even Darksteel had not yet come out. Granted, I had the artifact lands to accelerate the whole thing, but look at what was common then just from the Mirrodin Set:

Welding Jar
Frogmite
Somber Hoverguard
Thoughtcast
Scale of Chiss-Goria
Tooth of Chiss-Goria
Myr Enforcer
Disciple of the Vault
Ancient Den
Seat of the Synod
Vault of Whispers
Great Furnace
*Tree of Tales
Ornithopter
Atog

( Banned in Modern.)
(
* Uncommon in Mirrodin but common previously)

This was supplemented later by other great commons:
Darksteel Citadel
Arcbound Worker
Springleaf Drum
Vault Skirge
Bonded Construct

And great uncommons:Signal Pest
Chief of the Foundry

Affinity/Robots is versatile enough that none of it hinges on running playsets of the great rares and mythics. Granted, lots of them are great cards, but if you just have singles or pairs lying around, then great! You can make up the slack elsewhere.

So, you do not have the money for a great card like Steel Overseer. Fine. Check out Ghostfire Blade. It rockes, and it is seriously underrated.

You do not have the money to spring for Mox Opal, which you think you need for the fast aggro. Relax. Use Tomb of the Spirit Dragon to buy yourself a turn or three.

In addition to Robots/Affinity, I strongly advise you to go to my profile and check out all of my CONSTRUCTICON builds. Prices range from a $14 budget Standard version to a $70 budget Modern version all the way up to a $700 Legacy version.

Robots is a cheap and fun archetype!

alanwescoat on What's your favorite set ever ...

1 year ago

Mirrodin. I LOVED Mirrodin. The synergy among the commons was so good that a budget player could build a fabulous casual deck with nothing but commons just from that set. Buying a pack of Mirrodin meant for me that I was bound to get useful commons like,

Thoughtcast
Seat of the Synod
Great Furnace
Ancient Den
Vault of Whispers
Tree of Tales
Disciple of the Vault
Leonin Elder
Somber Hoverguard
Welding Jar
Tooth of Chiss-Goria
Scale of Chiss-Goria
Frogmite
Myr Enforcer

This is in addition to the mana-producing myr creatures and Ornithopter, which showed up as an uncommon in the set. It was just nuts! Mirrodin packs gave enormous value, value I have never seen since.