Sunder Shaman

Sunder Shaman

Creature — Giant Shaman

Sunder Shaman can't be blocked by more than one creature.

Whenever Sunder Shaman deals combat damage to a player, destroy target artifact or enchantment that player controls.

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Ravnica Allegiance (RNA) Uncommon

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Format Legality
Pioneer Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Modern Legal
Custom Legal
Legacy Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Unformat Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Arena Legal
Historic Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Vintage Legal
Limited Legal
Highlander Legal
Leviathan Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Sunder Shaman Discussion

Ebro on giants tribal

1 month ago

I find I agree with your input about Rampart Smasher which is basically a Sunder Shaman lets be honest lol.. but either way I do find I lack more removal, I tried to keep it in theme with giants however. I think some early game removal would be quite ideal. If I’m being honest, I might swap out for Storm's Wrath as I think many of my creatures are big enough to survive it. But you could also argue for Garruk's Uprising in here too.. hmmm

Molesto-the-Egregious on Nikya's House of Pain

4 months ago

Looks like my kind of Deck! had something close to this with Surrak Dragonclaw as the commander because my meta is counter heavy. Sunder Shaman was always a card that came in clutch for me.

Did you also crack a mystery booster box?!

RambIe on Flash is innocent and i …

6 months ago

MagicalHacker haha omg are your fingers OK after typing all that ? you go right ahead and hiijack away. im just glad to be socializing, and to be honest everyone is so focused on fishhulk that they ether don't care or don't notice that i am trying to warn them that the change in first hand probability has already resulted in much worse decks. turn 0 and turn 1 decks currently exist in commander and when they hit main stream we can expect more banned cards. But im ok with all of it because a banned list is more like a suggested do not use list when your dealing with an unsanctioned format.

As for your suggested cards. all of them are great and i do own them. i just like to do dumber more unexpected plays. like surprise Temur Battle Rage on a chump blocked Sunder Shaman Then after they had a moment to let that settle in Emergence Zone into a Mycosynth Lattice.

(not counting my competitive decks) i build to pull of those 1 in a million trick shot moves with little care of getting an actual "w" don't get me wrong winning is great and all. but post game banter about those amazing combo's being pulled of is just so much better.

mathman1990 on By the Power of 5

7 months ago

Barbarian_Sun_Pope, I will have to playtest with him, but it seems like it could be really powerful. Could even cause some surprise removal with Sunder Shaman.

pistolpeteiii on Gruul Aggro: Theros Beyond Death

9 months ago

Boza

Bonecrusher Giant is probably the card I would insert if I find Sunder Shaman and Klothys, God of Destiny , or Gallia of the Endless Dance under-perform. Its tough trying to balance how many copies of each new card to play without actually testing it out, but that's how I made room for Klothys, God of Destiny . Its not that the devotion is the main payoff, but its better if my creatures incidentally turned her into a 4/5 indestructible fairly reliably. I think a Shock to the opponents face most turns is a huge payoff and tried to include some cards that would maximize the god's potential as a big beater.

If there ends up being less Fires of Invention decks, and more Mono- devotion / sacrifice style decks, I'll for sure be adding Bonecrusher Giant to the list.

pistolpeteiii on Gruul Aggro: Theros Beyond Death

9 months ago

Boza thanks for your suggestions!

Thank you again for your suggestions! Like I said I think they might be suited for a similar deck but aren't the exact effects I am looking to pull off with this build. I hope I explained my decision making well enough, feel free to disagree or build one however you see fit!

DemonDragonJ on Elemental Storm

11 months ago

I have replaced Borborygmos with Sunder Shaman and Simic Sky Swallower with Winged Coatl , which lowered the average converted mana cost of this deck from 4.23 to 4.11, and those creatures are also better when copied.

I still feel that there is room for improvement in this deck; specifically, neither Ral Zarek nor Sarkhan Unbroken contribute to its overall theme, so I may possibly replace them. I already have Prophetic Bolt in this deck, but Ral's Outburst would be nice for its redundancy. Izzet Charm is nice, but Growth Spiral also is would be great for this deck. I also am hoping to find a way to put either Eternal Witness or Mulldrifter in this deck, and I wonder if I should replace Akroma, Angel of Fury , Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind , or Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir , as well; Bloodwater Entity would be a nice addition to this deck, since its abilities are cumulative when it is copied. What does everyone else say about that?

Cannonhead on They Might Be Giants

1 year ago

Wow, that was very well laid out. Thank you very much. To take your suggestions in order...

I absolutely agree that the deck could stand to be a little faster, although things like Bonecrusher Giant ’s Stomp adventure do help a little in keeping the deck from simply folding to faster archetypes. Arboreal Grazer is a good idea. I’ll probably get rid of Flower / Flourish and maybe even the one-of Escape to the Wilds for them.

Sadly, Commune with Dinosaurs isn’t standard legal anymore and wouldn’t be very good in this deck anyway, but I do get your point. In practice, I find that Once Upon a Time really helps with mana fixing in this tri-color deck, and to dive for a threat if I don’t currently have one. I do admit that there may be better cards for the same job though.

The Great Henge is a great idea. I’m not sure why I didn’t think of it myself, but I’ll almost certainly throw it in somewhere.

Finally, I don’t have nearly as much trouble bringing out Sunder Shaman as you might think. The shock lands help, as does Fabled Passage and Once Upon a Time , though I do agree that it’s a bit of a greedy include regardless and I may end up changing him out for something else.

And yeah, I think Yorvo, Lord of Garenbrig is a little too green for this deck, which is also why I’m not using Castle Garenbrig , incidentally.

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