Spark Elemental


Format Legality
Vintage Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Modern Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Pauper Legal

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Set Rarity
Premium Deck Series: Fire and Lightning Uncommon
Tenth Edition Uncommon
Fifth Dawn Common

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Spark Elemental

Creature — Elemental

Trample, haste (If this creature would deal enough combat damage to its blockers to destroy them, you may have it deal the rest of its damage to defending player. This creature can attack and Tap as soon as it comes under your control.)

At end of turn, sacrifice Spark Elemental.

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Spark Elemental Discussion

SkeleTron666 on Rakdos Aggro R/B

2 days ago

Hi, I'm playing something similar to this. I would suggest maybe taking out the 2 Rakdos, Lord of Riots or 4 Spike Spike Jester and instead using 4 Hellspark Elemental. Hellspark can be used if sent to the graveyard from Faithless Looting and has better value then Spike Jesters with trample and haste. Since you are playing Aggro and trying to end games quickly his sacrifice ability doesn't hurt you too much. Also I could see Spark Elemental doing a similar job.

AlucardNoir on Chimera Company

2 weeks ago

Don't know if it's really what you're going for but you could play something like Kari Zev, Skyship Raider, Giant Solifuge, or Impetuous Devils in place of the Spark Elemental -- and/or add Fling as a burst removal/kill spell.

Snap157 on Flings n' Things

3 weeks ago

You'll want to take advantage of elementals that are sacrificed anyway, like Ball Lightning, Spark Trooper, Spark Elemental, Hellspark Elemental, Hell's Thunder and Arc Runner. Good luck!

antoinedomino on Red Deck Wins

1 month ago

Spark Elemental isn't quite as good as guaranteeing direct damage to the face for 1 mana, such as Lightning Bolt. Spark Elemental also has the problem of falling off late-game against creatures where as direct damage from instants will not. That being said, Hellspark Elemental sort of has this problem as well. However, Hellspark Elemental has value in generating card advantage (being able to play it from your graveyard).

WrathofCod on

2 months ago

@ euananddalesaccount While I understand where you are coming from, in Modern, 250$ is pretty budget for a deck nowadays. When you look at common decks like Naya Burn (700-950$), Jund (1,400-1,600$) and Abzan (1,500+), you start to realize that for Modern, this deck's price tag really isn't that bad. The main cost of this deck comes from the playset of Goblin Guides (105$) and the playset of Copperline Gorges (50$) that we are running. If you want to make this deck <150$, I would suggest switching the Goblin Guides out for a playset of Spark Elementals (or even a playset of Vexing Devils if you want) like I suggested in the description! It you want to further decrease the cost, you can swap the 4x Copperline Gorges for 2 more Karplusan Forests and 2 taplands or your choice. While this will definitely affect some of the deck's consistency and speed, it should still maintain its core strategy and is more than capable of winning against higher budget decks! Hope this helped explain my thoughts, best wishes!

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