Surestrike Trident

Surestrike Trident

Artifact — Equipment

Equipped creature has first strike and "Tap, Unattach Surestrike Trident: This creature deals damage equal to its power to target player."

Equip (4) ((4): Attach to target creature you control. Equip only as a sorcery. This card enters the battlefield unattached and stays in play if the creature leaves the battlefield.)

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Set Rarity
Darksteel (DST) Uncommon

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Legality

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

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Surestrike Trident Discussion

Goblin_Guide on Goblin_Guide

1 month ago

UPDATE:

I found an equipment that can do it! Surestrike Trident. Prepare ... your ... ass.

plainsrunner on Big Fish Don't Cry

8 months ago

I was playing a game with my own arixmethes deck and remembered some of the other uses for infinite mana (which don't win you the game outright): Whispers of the Muse basically gives all your islands "[tap]: draw a card", since you can pay the buyback cost with your infinite green mana.
And Surestrike Trident can be cast and equipped as many times as you need with your infinite mana, allowing you to get around blockers with all your big creatures, and then hit a few more times with arixmethes since you can pay blue to untap him and do it again and again for each island you have.
These are also useful in the more common case of not having infinite mana. Whispers of the Muse can be used in the early game as a cheap cantrip to help make arixmethes a creature, and the trident is useful in case of chump blockers or Propaganda-type effects.

LodinianHero on Syr Gwyn, A Knigth's Tale

1 year ago

I updated the deck with Sigarda's Aid . I figured giving each of my equipments flash is valuable for my deck's strategy especially with Heartseeker and Surestrike Trident .

wrangler29 on Knight Equipment Deck

1 year ago

I was thinking of building a gwyn deck as well. Here are some cards I think could be cool to run in this deck. Obviously a lot of options.

equipment

enchantments

removal

creatures

combo

Required are Syr Gwyn, Hero of Ashvale and Surestrike Trident . Then you can just go down the line of creatures attaching all of your power increasing equipment and tapping them for tons of damage. If you have Leonin Shikari and Brave the Sands out, then you can all out attack and then do the tapping out on the endstep before your turn. If you don't have Surestrike Trident but instead have Heartseeker then you can just kill a creature for each one you control.

LodinianHero on Gwyn of Tarth

1 year ago

Nice brewing here! I will share some feedback based on my playtests with Syr Gwyn.

Knight-Equipment ratio: I have slightly more creatures than equipments in my deck, though not all creatures are knights. I compensated by adding spells to make equipping easier.

I suggest to accomodate Haakon and abuse graveyard recurssion. Dump knights in your graveyard while Syr Konrad, the Grim is on the battlefield, well you know how it works. Not to mention you can play knights from your graveyard into the battlefied if Haakon is in your graveyard too, especially after a boardwipe.

Lifelink is your bestfriend in this deck. A lot of knights and equipments have/give lifelink. For mana, since we are running low average cmc, I cut back my lands to 35 and run 12 ramp effects. I usually could cast Gwyn in turns 3-5. Oftentimes I tutor for Mana Vault to speed up Gwyn.

Surestrike Trident is a lot of fun. I would like to see how you can make it work with its high cmc. You can try using Vulshok Battlemaster as your wincon with the trident.

Worldslayer to me is not a wincon alone because in general, boardwipes just make the game longer. But if you could manage to do a one-sided boardwipe, then that is a different story.

Coward_Token on

1 year ago

Got inspired to brew myself, some brainstorming:

Sigiled Sword of Valeron + Bloodforged Battle-Axe , bonus points if you add more non-Knights like Sram, Senior Edificer

Surestrike Trident : Voltron up one Knight with all your stuff -> fire a death beam at someone -> repeat with another Knight

Knight Exemplar + Worldslayer

TwinStags on Skullbriar, Oh Lawd He Comin’

1 year ago

McToters

Both regen cards are rad. At 3cmc they aren’t game changing. Yavimaya Hollow is definitely the best of the lot. I need to acquire one.

My ordeal with Keen/Sixth Sense: Exile is prevalent and auras hit the grave hard. 1 cmc is great, but now we need to deal damage over two turns to make up the loss of card in hand. “Draw two cards” or an additional ability would make them more viable. With Keen Sense you could come up with an alternative method with Surestrike Trident , but thats straying from the path.

I picked up a Vivien to playtest. I agree, my deck lacks removal comparatively. Garruk feels more play wide & toss out Craterhoof Behemoth . Vivien feels more find your keys and put an end to hoses.

More on my side:

Adding Urborg begs for Crop Rotation . Yavimaya Elder , not without its benefits, feels lackluster.

Scheming Symmetry is okay, but I really should switch Beseech the Queen for either Worldly Tutor or Demonic Tutor .

Increasing Savagery needs to go. 4cmc for 5 counters is just not worth it imo.

austintayshus on

1 year ago

I've also brewed a fun Traxos group if you want some ideas. I've had a lot of fun playing Traxos, Scourge of the Casual Playgroup.

Cards I would recommend are Meekstone is oppressive and very powerful. Mycosynth Wellspring and Ichor Wellspring are fun little cantrips in the early game, awesome sac targets in the later game. Some fun equipment to consider are Accorder's Shield and Piston Sledge (an additional sac outlet) and Surestrike Trident and Golem-Skin Gauntlets and Infiltration Lens .

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