Taste for Mayhem

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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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Dissension Common

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Taste for Mayhem

Enchantment — Aura

Enchant creature

Enchanted creature gets +2/+0.

Hellbent - Enchanted creature gets an additional +2/+0 as long as you have no cards in hand.

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Taste for Mayhem Discussion

HawksFanatic on

1 month ago

Taste for Mayhem and Lightning Axe seem like a good fit here.

DJMintEFresh on Daegons Wrath

1 month ago

The deck is fairly slow and needs some streamlining. I would bring Slumbering Dragon up to a 4 count, same with Dragon Broodmother and use her as your win con/beater. And although it's conflicting with the comments above, I would also add 4 Dragonlord's Servant and take out Dragonspeaker Shaman. An extra means waiting an extra turn, and sometimes you simply can't wait. In my opinion, waiting an entire turn usually isn't worth the extra being cut. Additionally, Broodmother only has 2 colorless mana - you can't lower her cost anymore than that. Shaman would be more useful in decks with really expensive dragons.

Another thing I have to point out is that Avaricious Dragon needs to be cut completely. I personally have a deck that's built around him, and if his effects aren't being abused to the fullest, he can be a huge draw back. To make a deck with him you need cards like Taste for Mayhem and Lupine Prototype.

The deck has some potential with a few minor tweaks. Hope my suggestions help :)

ruy343 on The Mighty 1Ones!!

4 months ago

I love the idea, so I started browsing all red one-cost cards in Modern using Gatherer... I should be sleeping instead... oh well.

Since you're going entirely for one drops, you may want to condense your plans into two colors - when I playtested your deck with the playtest feature, I had a hard time getting a good start because the manabase is too diverse for getting things out quickly.

You might consider sticking with just two colors - red and white. The reason for that choice is because those are more likely to have "prowess" creatures (I think), and spells that boost all your dudes, rather than just one at a time (like green usually gets for low cost). Giant Growth might be replaced with Built to Smash, Taste for Mayhem Titan's Strength or Furious Resistance

Since you're trying to get lots of dudes into play, spells that boost all your creatures, rather than just one, might be best. In keeping with my red/white suggestion, have you considered Banners Raised, Weapon Surge or Coordinated Assault?

Also, here's a few one-drops that caught my eye.

A Crack the Earth on turn two after playing a little guy, forcing a slower opponent to sacrifice a land or mana dork, could be devasating. Also, replace Swords to Plowshares (Not modern legal) with something modern legal like Path to Exile or, in a pinch, Fiery Impulse or Flame Slash.

You might also try a crazy little Kuldotha Rebirth-BoNeSaW-Goblin Grenade if you want people to hate you...

Xica on

8 months ago

Why Altar of the Brood?

Also going empty handed only to have a 5/5 is very weak strategy in my humble opinion.
If you go hellbent, then go all the way, and invest in things like Taste for Mayhem, Keldon Megaliths or the 8x hellbent Bobs Asylum Visitor & Blood Scrivener.
As they would allow you to actually do something in the event your opponent removes your 1 permanent.

When it comes to emptying your hand there are better options than One with Nothing, to name a few:
Sinister Concoction, Collective Brutality, Soul Spike, maybe Sickening Shoal or Zombie Infestation

Omeros on Bogles on Fire

8 months ago

You're going to want a small amount of removal. The usual Bogles deck is GW and so has 3-4 Path to Exile. In your case I'd run 3-4 Lightning Bolt to remove problem creatures (infect, mainly) but also to give you reach when your opponent is low.

I'm not wild about some of your auras, either, because they don't grow your Bogles large enough to both provide a real clock and to prevent them from trading if blocked. Looking for cheap auras that buff in RG, I see:Senseless Rage, Maniacal Rage, Infectious Bloodlust, Goblin War Paint. You can also consider Taste for Mayhem and Dust Corona for power buffs that don't boost toughness, if needed.

Shadowmaster_King on Boros Heroic

9 months ago

I've played with this deck in paper and it's ok. It's less/more consistent (depending on how much protection you kept in your opening hand) version of the blitz deck. It does operate on a different axis, essentially punishing your opponents for trying to remove your creatures and then strikes with a lethal threat.

If money is no object the following is what I would consider:

You can mix and match the shells but some cards like Ethereal Armor and Kiln Fiend obviously go in one and not the other. Lands is simple, only play mountains and plains because you want untapped mana and utility lands don't offer enough benefit. You should have 21 lands in an enchantment heavy build, in the spells shell 19 - 21 depending on how many 1 mana spells you have.

DaringApprentice on Hope You Didn't Want That

10 months ago

Sweet deck! I didn't realize how interesting Yasova was to me until I started thinking of ways to use her ability better.

I see you have Willbreaker, letting you keep the creatures you temporarily steal. Some other options for keeping these creatures past the end of the turn could be Conjurer's Closet, Deadeye Navigator, Synod Sanctum, Cold Storage, Nephalia Smuggler, and Ghostly Flicker, which all return creatures back under your control without you having to return them to their owners.

You could also use Hellkite Charger, Breath of Fury, or World at War to trigger Yasova's ability multiple times per turn.

With Glaring Spotlight, you can steal your opponents' creatures that have hexproof. To steal your opponents' noncreature artifacts, try turning them into creatures with options like Toymaker and Titania's Song, and to steal your opponents' noncreature lands, try turning them into creatures with Lifespark Spellbomb or Quirion Druid.

Land suggestions include Command Tower, Frontier Bivouac, Rootbound Crag, Opal Palace, Lumbering Falls, Temple of Abandon, Temple of Mystery, Vivid Crag, Vivid Creek, and Vivid Grove.

If you don't want to give the creatures back after you've stolen them, you can use sacrifice effect cards to get rid of them for profit. Some powerful sacrifice engines include Ashnod's Altar, Culling Dais, Barrin, Master Wizard, Bloodshot Cyclops, Jalira, Master Polymorphist, Profaner of the Dead, Scourge of Skola Vale, Evolutionary Leap, Goblin Bombardment, Perilous Forays, Shivan Harvest, Momentous Fall, High Market, Life's Legacy, and Primal Growth.

To make your opponents' creatures easier to steal, you can use power-reduction cards such as Cumber Stone, Schismotivate, Downsize, Dampening Pulse, or Agoraphobia.

You can also make opponents' creatures easier to steal by increasing Yasova's power, with any of these or other boosting cards: Kessig Wolf Run, Ceta Disciple, Llanowar Augur, Moonveil Dragon, Ursapine, Wolfir Silverheart, Bonesplitter, Hero's Blade, O-Naginata, Ring of Kalonia, Sai of the Shinobi, Shuko, Sigil of Distinction, Silver-Inlaid Dagger, Sword of the Chosen, Boar Umbra, Briar Shield, Elephant Guide, Exoskeletal Armor, Forced Adaptation, Giant Spectacle, Goblin War Paint, Inferno Fist, Madcap Skills, Moldervine Cloak, Mythic Proportions, Quest for the Gemblades, Rancor, Seal of Strength, Shape of the Wiitigo, Spectral Flight, Spider Umbra, Taste for Mayhem, Volcanic Strength, Wurmweaver Coil, Blossoming Defense, Brute Force, Giant Growth, Groundswell, Invigorate, Might of Oaks, Mutagenic Growth, Prey's Vengeance, Strength of the Tajuru, Wax/Wane, Blessings of Nature, Elven Rite, Give / Take, Increasing Savagery, Phytoburst, Reckless Charge, and Soul's Might

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