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Whenever you cast a spell from your hand, reveal the top X cards of your library, where X is that spell's converted mana cost. You may cast a card revealed this way with converted mana cost X or less without paying its mana cost. Put the rest on the bottom of your library in a random order.
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Sunbird's Invocation Discussion
1 day ago
I feel like Sunbird's Invocation may underserve you in this build. Most of your spells are pretty low cost, so you may not actually hit X for very much. Say you cast Lightning Strike, you reveal two cards. That means you have to hit another 2 or lower spell, and I just don't know if you have enough burn to get late enough into the game when you can cast Sunbird and start making use of the triggers. I would recommend Warlord's Fury. It draws you a card, which is ver important to burn as it helps you get what you need to close the game. It triggers nicely with Guttersnipe and Vance's Blasting Cannons Flip and Primal Amulet Flip. The fact you can get so much out of a card that costs just R is huge, as it is good all the way from T2 to T6, whereas Sunbird's Invocation is dead in your had for much of the game
5 days ago
I love Bladewing the Risen and Whip of Erebos in my deck, their synergy is fantastic. Solemn Simulacrum and Coldsteel Heart can be cut because the card value in the deck is in playing impactful, undercosted dragons. Many people play Birds of Paradise and Nature's Lore in those slots. Also, Sunbird's Invocation and Wild Pair are nuts. You could also use a bit of removal.
1 week ago
To me, Champion of Rhonas feels like a bit of a win more, considering the deck already has Jodah and Sunbird's Invocation. Champ also only cheats out creatures, which is a nice chunk of the deck, but certainly not all of it.
I think the deck has enough ramp/fixing as is, but if you want to test your ideas, go ahead and then tell me the results. Thanks!
1 week ago
Garmads I wouldn't take out Aggravated Assault because it's way too fun for that. Kaboom! is definitely a must have because it's so much fun and it adds the randomness that red can give you. Dualcaster Mage, Fire Servant, Tunneling Geopede, Sunbird's Invocation, Stolen Strategy, Thieves' Auction and Bonus Round are also really fun.
for a more budget and casual version. maybe take a look at my deck: Neheb, The Fireflinger (MRB-Ramp)
1 week ago
Petty (and non-existent) grudges aside, if you decide to include Pia's Revolution & Paradox Engine, maybe go for a Sunbird's Invocation as well? You're casting your stuff from your hand after all, and with Revolution + Engine you could probably get a decent chunk of your deck out. (Is Tiana Storm a thing?)
2 weeks ago
@Woiteck - Thank you for the suggestions and the Upvote! All of those cards should be considered for any chaos style deck. I completely forgot about Pyxis of Pandemonium and will have to find room for it in this deck. I used to run Goblin Diplomats but found it to be low impact and ended up replacing it with Sunbird's Invocation when that card came out. Sands of Time has a fun synergy with Price of Glory that will keep players from being able to tap their lands at the end of an opponents turn in order to untap all their lands on their own turn. It is definitely worth testing if I can pick up a copy. Timesifter seems like it would be great in this deck with all the high mana cost cards in it. With my luck though, I would hit a pocket of land and never have another turn, but at least it would be fun. I will try this out when I get a copy. Shocker would be great if I could get it down turn 2 but after that it and Barbed Shocker suffer from being easily blocked unless the opponent wants a new hand. Although, Shocker does bring me back to my old days of magic. I always loved that card and I remember first reading it back when I opened a pack of Tempest. :D