Stormfront Riders

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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
Duel Decks: Elspeth vs. Tezzeret (DDF) Uncommon
Planar Chaos (PLC) Uncommon

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Stormfront Riders

Creature — Human Soldier

Flying

When Stormfront Riders enters the battlefield, return two creatures you control to their owner's hand.

Whenever Stormfront Riders or another creature is returned to your hand from play, put a 1/1 white Soldier creature token into play.

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Stormfront Riders Discussion

Izu_Korasu on Soulja Boy

6 months ago

why Bushi Tenderfoot/Dryad Militant? tenderfoot seems too hard to flip under most situations, and militant seems to just lessen the impact of the human tribal cards in the deck (for an ability that doesnt really do much unless your playing against Past in Flames)

seems like Soldier of the Pantheon, Thalia, Guardian of Thraben, Veteran Armorsmith and Loyal Sentry have a place in the deck (sb/mb) and could be suitable replacements.

also while its pure shenanigans, Stormfront Riders may be worth a look.

BlackWitch on Of Hate-and-a-laugh Tales

8 months ago

@Warxuaroz

The fact which makes me unable to think about Eldrazi Conscription as an equipment is that, IF Eldrazi Conscription won't be countered, it still will be the primary target for your opponent. It's almost impossible to keep something that terrifying safe on board. Believe me. I play Kaalia of the Vast. Of course it is also different situation since my opponent knows that I will finally try to cast her, so he keeps all his counter spells and damn removals especially for this occasion, while your opponent doesn't even know you have something like THAT in your deck. YET it is also extremely easy to get rid of an aura card.

If You won't leave that extra mana for protection while casting Eldrazi Conscription, either way someone will destroy this aura itself with enchantment removal, or worse, will just simply get rid of the creature, before or after Eldrazi Conscription hits the board. Either way your aura gets buried too. That is why, for me this is spell for 10-11 CMC, which is just too much, even for what it does. But if You can afford it and You love it that much, this is still OP card.

When it comes for Oblation. Recently I've been playing with my quite good friend. During our games, he used oblation 3 times I guess. One time I got my winning card with this additional draw Oblation gave me, and the other time I re-draw the removed card (plus an extra one thanks to Oblation). So I will say it again. This card is useless to me. There are better option for removal Path to Exile, Council's Judgment, and for draw Survival Cache, Truce or Acrobatic Maneuver. Especially the last one if you want to blink your creatures.

Creatures with flying like Dust Elemental, Eiganjo Free-Riders, Stormfront Riders, Galepowder Mage are also good cards if you want to re use some ETB effects from Stoneforge Mystic, Armory Automaton, Knight of the White Orchid, Relic Seeker or Sun Titan. Although if You want to go this way, I would add some more creatures with ETB.

Does mana from Thran Turbine disappear after the upkeep ? If yes, than this card is not as good as I thought, but still might be useful.

I like scry lands. If I would play mono coloured deck, I would miss them. I really underestimated them before, therefore I recommend them now.

Scrying Sheets is a nice land for Your snow covered collection.

Rhadamanthus on Prison Term and Stormfront Riders: ...

9 months ago

Neotrup's answer is the most accurate. Stormfront Riders' ability doesn't target, so your opponent will get to make the decision about what to return after you make your decision for Prison Term.

Neotrup on Prison Term and Stormfront Riders: ...

9 months ago

You can move Prison Term onto Stormfront Riders in response to it's entry ability, assuming it enters on their turn. Because Stormfront Riders ability does not target, the will know exactly what Prison Term is enchanting when they decide what two creatures to return, and will likely return the riders themselves if you choose to move the enchantment. If they play Stormfront Riders on your term (perhaps because of Scout's Warning) they will return the creatures and Prison Term will be put into a graveyard by a state based action before it resolves, and it's ability will do nothing.

Lame_Duck on Prison Term and Stormfront Riders: ...

9 months ago

You can move the Prison Term, assuming this is happening on the opponent's turn. What happens when multiple abilities trigger at the same time is the active player gets to put all the abilities they control on the stack in any order they choose, then the inactive player does the same for abilities they control. Then, because the stack resolves the last ability placed on it first, the inactive player's abilities resolve first and you'll be able to move the Prison Term before Stormfront Riders bounces the creature.

However, the opposite is true if the opponent is somehow putting the Riders into play on your turn.

metalmagic on Prison Term and Stormfront Riders: ...

9 months ago

So what happens is this: Stormfront Riders enters the battlefield, triggering itself and Prison Term. Assuming it wasn't played at instant speed somehow, it will be your opponent's turn and the abilities will go on the stack in APNAP (active player, non-active player) order. Your opponent chooses targets for the Riders's ability and puts it on the stack, and then your Prison's ability goes on the stack above that. You can then choose to move the Prison over to the Riders since your ability will resolve first, and after that the creatures are then bounced. Knowing this, your opponent should probably choose itself and whichever creature is currently imprisoned to get rid of your aura permanently, though. Hope this helped!

vic on Prison Term and Stormfront Riders: ...

9 months ago

I play a Prison Term on my opponent's creature (any creature). Next turn my opponent plays a Stormfront Riders, returning that creature and another to his hand.

Does my Prison Term fizzle or can I successfully move it onto the Stormfront Riders first?

Cloudchaser.Kestrel on Tiny Anafenza Protection

1 year ago

I'm hesitant to comment because it's already so beautiful but I immediately think of the self and other bouncing creatures with Anafenza.

Stormfront Riders Dust Elemental Jeskai Barricade Stonecloaker

As a mono white deck your largest weakness is the inability to draw cards. I see a mentor of the meek in there which is good, but I'd also include things in your deck that let you spend mana if you've emptied your hand. Heliod, God of the Sun or Drogskol Cavalry for instance.

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