Temur Battle Rage

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Custom Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Fate Reforged (FRF) Common

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Temur Battle Rage

Instant

Target creature gains double strike until end of turn. (It deals both first-strike and regular combat damage.)

Ferocious — That creature also gains trample until end of turn if you control a creature with power 4 or greater.

Temur Battle Rage Discussion

ra458 on Sprite Lightning (Red Burn MDN)

1 week ago

JKRice Thanks for the suggestion! Though isn't Temur Battle Rage just Assault Strobe for an extra mana in a deck where pretty much all creatures have trample?

SP3CTR3_chelts on Choosing Commander

2 weeks ago

The weakness of voltron is removal, so starting of with a commander that is either hexproof or indestructible imho is more important than an ability that makes it a threat.

As K1ngMars stated Sigarda, Host of Herons is a good voltron commander, running your 3 suggested ones as part of the 99.

If you are willing to be a bit flexible on the Selesnya pairing splashing red for Uril, the Miststalker could be great. he is both hexproof and a natural voltron ability. It also allow s you to run some nice voltron cards like Runes of the Deus Temur Battle Rage & Tiana, Ship's Caretaker (and many more these are just nice budget ones that come to mind). Your deck could still be mainly comprised of selesnya cards (including the ones you may already have)

If you were set on a selesnya voltron commander out of the ones you suggested i would recommend nazahn. As Balan is mono white and I think Mirri is so much better built as a classic wide board selssnya deck. I like Mirri at the head of an army and most of it getting through because they can only block with one creature.

JasonForward on Infectious Temur

1 month ago

Sorry for the text wall...

I've run Infect in these colors since Modern was invented and I can offer some advice based on that experience. I've been quite successful with it, including a PPTQ a few years back, but ymmv.

First, Manamorphose is a trap. I understand the appeal since you aren't running Hierarchs, but you'll find it almost never good enough. Casting it blind to dig for an answer is a bag of bad feels. Of all my advice, however, this is the biggest grain of salt. It's a good card in a vaccuum and you should run it if it feels right. Jut remember, it's not a "free" spell.

Instead, run Simian Spirit Guide . It let's you play Agent and Myr on T1, activate Inkmoth, cast your red spells, and keep up Apostle's Blessing while tapped out. You also get to cut to 19 landspretty safely (Unless I'm wrong. I play Hierarhs,so it's hard to figure. The correct number might be 20-21). If you're going all-in on the combo, I can't recommend SSG enough.

Apostle's Blessing is a main board must if you're running SSG,and also probably if you're not. It pushes through damage, can be cast off Inkmoth, and can get you past giant robots with piles of +1/+1 counters. It's criminally undervalued in the current top lists, in my opinion, but I'm not a pro, so....

Temur Battle Rage isn't necessary. You're only ever using doublstrike to win the game, so instant speed isn't important. Plus, your 3 Strobe and 2 Scale Up are the perfect amount of "I win right now" effects. Cast the Sorcery first and proceed to win.

You run 4 copies of Mutagenic Growth if you're leaning on T2-3 wins. Period. Every saved mana puts the math more in your favor. If you're worried about your life total, this is probably not the right deck anyway.

Rancor is funny, in that it's ONLY ever good to push damage through. I play exactly one, preferring 2-3 copies of Ghor-Clan Rampager along side it. Bloodrush can't usually be countered, and the ability to just cast a 4/4 And beat down in a grindy game is more relevant than you think. It also helps with you Sideboard. More on that later.

So here's what I might do to your main deck:

Now let's talk sideboard:

Force of Vigor is a key upgrade to Infect SBs. Clean up multiple Eidolon of the Great Revel without taking damage. Blow up Chalice of the Void with impunity. Blood Moon / Blood Sun is no longer so bad. This spell was printed for Infect.

You need counterspells to beat counterspells. Your pump spells counter almost everything else. Spell Snare is far too narrow. If you're casting Blue Counters, it should be Spell Pierce , but maybe Guttural Response is your best bet since since keeping up Blue Mana is hard without Hierarchs. It's also casts with SSG and pitches to FoV above, which is convenient.

With your configuration, and assuming some of the MD change suggested above, I would run the following board in an unknown meta:

mal099 on Win fast or die trying

1 month ago

I don't really like Pyric Salamander here, it just uses up so much mana... if you agree that it isn't working well for you, maybe Mardu Scout instead? Keldon Halberdier is also a creature that's kinda like Ball Lightning, but probably a bit too slow.

Innocent Blood could be a nice alternative to Diabolic Edict , but it's sorcery speed.

I'm a big fan of Temur Battle Rage , it could give your Arc Runner the trample it needs to not just get chump blocked.

Funkydiscogod on New Alara

1 month ago

I disagree that Ferocious is not well-liked: it is overrepresented with modern staples: Temur Battle Rage , Stubborn Denial , Flamewake Phoenix (now obsoleted by Arclight Phoenix ) and I've seen Wild Slash in some budget sideboards.

Even if we dismiss the last two examples for being too rare, that means out of 20 total Ferocious cards printed, about 10% of all Ferocious cards are modern staples. Not even Infect can claim that kind of popularity, with arguably 5 cards, out of about 60 ( Inkmoth Nexus Glistener Elf Blighted Agent Viridian Corrupter and Carrion Call in some sideboards with control-heavy meta).

I'll agree that Formidable is not well liked, but only because there haven't been many cards printed with that ability.

lagotripha on mutagenic madness

1 month ago

Hi, and welcome to modern. Modern has competitive level pump decks and likely will for the foreseeable future, but they call for specific tools.

Infect uses the infect mechanic to double how well each pump spell works- Glistener Elf / Vines of Vastwood / Become Immense is lethal, and the rest of the deck tries to do that as fast and reliably as possible, dodging creatures and interaction.

There used to be somewhat more intereactive Kiln fiend/swiftspear decks operating under similar principals using Temur Battle Rage and Assault Strobe , however death's shadow (taking advantage of Street Wraith instead of manamorphose and abusing Stubborn Denial , wizards offering an extra set of lightning bolts, and thing in the ice offering a different style of control package broke the nieche into smaller parts.

A Dreadhorde Arcanist pump deck is likely viable, likely in an Arclight Phoenix shell, however unless you are investing in a bunch of fetchlands (at which point all colours are open, allowing splashes for hand Tainted Strike or Stubborn Denial ), I'd look at keeping it mono red. Brute Force , Gut Shot , Mutagenic Growth , Young Pyromancer , Kiln Fiend etc- there are a few lists out there that showcase the FNM winning form of it.

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Temur Battle Rage occurrence in decks from the last year

Modern:

All decks: 0.13%

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.01%

Red: 0.14%