Sundering Titan


Format Legality
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal

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Set Rarity
Masters 25 (A25) Rare
Masterpiece Series: Kaladesh Inventions (MPS) Mythic Rare
From the Vault: Relics (V10) Mythic Rare
Archenemy (ARC) Rare
Darksteel (DST) Rare

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Sundering Titan

Artifact Creature — Golem

When Sundering Titan enters the battlefield, choose a land of each basic land type, then destroy those lands.

When Sundering Titan leaves the battlefield, choose a land of each basic land type, then destroy those lands.

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Sundering Titan Discussion

Kamerot on [Primer] Azusa, Lost But Unfair [MTGO]

2 weeks ago

Not to be that guy, but you do realize Primeval Titan and Sundering Titan are banned in commander Right?

Other than that, it looks like a very fun deck. One of my best friends runs Azusa with eldrazi and heavy tokens, always fun to watch just explode with mana.

n8dm on Blue, Master of Clues

2 months ago

Thanks for the suggestion! Right away, The Antiquities War and Second Harvest look promising and painful. Shape Anew looks like a great way to instantly drop Sundering Titan or Blightsteel Colossus, but I honestly have no idea what to cut to fit (any of) those cards in.

As for the others, I really want to avoid splashing more colors because a 3 color deck is already risky in my opinion.

lagotripha on Blue, Master of Clues

2 months ago

Fun clue options? Grinding Station/Krark-Clan Ironworks Greater Gargadon Kuldotha Forgemaster Reshape Shape Anew Shrapnel Blast The Antiquities War Time Sieve Throne of Geth Trading Post Trash for Treasure

Can't think of anything else immediately. But there are a few options for cheating in Sundering Titan/Inkwell Leviathan/Blightsteel Colossus

Second Harvest might let you jank out a mass production win.

lagotripha on MUD in modern // An differentron

2 months ago

Gateway looks nice. I'd love to see it alongside its counterparts; Master Transmuter/Quicksilver Amulet. Extra copies might leave it reliable enough to play for Sundering Titan/Inkwell Leviathan/Blightsteel Colossus, but that eight mana is a big investment when you end up down a card.

Might not be the right sort of list here- with access to enough mana and an extra card, I'd usually just want a Reshape.


3 months ago

why limit yourself to gearhulks when Sundering Titan, Inkwell Leviathan, and Wurmcoil Engine exist? also note that blightsteel shuffles.Sharuum the Hegemon is also a consideration.

if you're going all in on god pharaoh's gift, Novablast Wurm, any of the phyrexian praetors with the exception of urabrask, Sire Of Insanity, and Griselbrand are fucking nuts if they get reanimated

ThallionDarkshine on Brion Stoutarm Budget Sacrifice

3 months ago

Cerodon Yearling and Sky Terror are both somewhat low value cards, basically just cheap attackers. Also, Sundering Titan is unfortunately banned in edh (and by unfortunately I mean fortunately, because it would be a huge pain to deal with).

Cataclysmic Gearhulk could be a pretty decent board wipe, though it does kind of clash with how many artifacts you run. Conquering Manticore is another creature-based Threaten effect, letting you more easily repeatably steal opposing creatures. I also think that more tutors to help you find Skullclamp for draw or Thornbite Staff for repeated sacrifice is pretty important. Hoarding Dragon is a great way to do so, since not only can it get equipments, it can also fetch some of your other powerful artifacts. Godo, Bandit Warlord is another great way to do so, and can beat down geared up with a bunch of equipments if need be.

Next, some more synergy pieces. Mistveil Plains lets you reuse Sunforger targets, and can even be found by Tithe, which can be found by the Sunforger, meaning that you only need to draw Sunforger to have access to any of its spells once per turn. It can also be found by Knight of the White Orchid. Next, I really like Heirloom Blade as a kind of backup Skullclamp. It works really well alongside Taurean Mauler, always giving you at least 2 draws, and they're specifically creatures, meaning you always get another creature to sacrifice. In addition, it combos with Serra Avatar when you've already drawn the rest of your avatars, meaning that you just redraw the avatar after sacrificing it.

Check out my Brion deck for more inspiration. It's a bit more focused on one big explosive turn, but has a lot of powerful synergy pieces that could work in any Brion list.

Brion EDH

Commander / EDH ThallionDarkshine


Boza on Abzan Rites

4 months ago

I think you need solid disruption pieces to reanimate that can end the game. Right now, you are just slightly cheating on the mana of some of those - elesh gets discounted by 2 whole mana and against most decks, does nothing to end the game.

You need solid pieces that are resitant to removal - the heap ones I can think of are Inkwell Leviathan and Empyrial Archangel and Sundering Titan. Reanimate those and you are good to go.

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