Tin Street Hooligan

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Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Guildpact (GPT) Common

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Tin Street Hooligan

Creature — Goblin Rogue

When Tin Street Hooligan enters the battlefield, if (Green) was spent to play Tin Street Hooligan, destroy target artifact.

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Tin Street Hooligan Discussion

Dennis14 on Classic Liquimetal land destroy

7 months ago

Cool deck.

I really like the idea but want to make it more competitive.
To do this I think a Blue splash is necessary for some key cards:

1 .Snapcaster Mage - to reuse all your LD spells and L.Bolts and flashback Ancient Stirrings to make sure you find the Liquimetal Coating.
It is a big upgrade over Isochron Scepter as it can't be blown out by artifact removal and doesn't cause card disadvantage (quite the opposite).
2 . Delver of Secrets  Flip - the deck already has plenty of instants/sorceries and this creature can take advantage of the tempo you gain on your opponent and actually pressure their life total and close the game (Steel Hellkite and Thrun, the Last Troll are very slow).
3 .Muddle the Mixture - the most efficient way to tutor for Liquimetal Coating (and other 2-cmc cards in the deck) which can also be used as a counterspell.
Blue also improves your SB options with counterspells.

Also, adding a creature that destroy an artifact upon EtB is a good idea.
The best options are: Tin Street Hooligan and Vithian Renegades and there is also Trygon Predator that can repeatedly destroy artifacts/enchantments if it connects.

Here is my take on this deck:


Temur Liquimetal Coating

Modern Dennis14

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[email protected]_only on You know what that also is?... An artifact!

8 months ago

good call on the Thran Forge - it gives you a mana sink for artifacts. Some suggestions for the deck - Artifact Mutation gives you saprolings in addition to destruction for 2, Seal of Primordium acts as a premptive removal spell, just letting it sit on the board as a threat. Ingot Chewer can evoke for R, but can be hardcast mid-late game as another body. Shattering Pulse can be used late game as a continuous removal spell thanks to buyback. Smash to Smithereens doesn't hit artifacts like Destructive Revelry, but it does deal 1 more damage for the same cost. Tel-Jilad Justice allows some deck manipulation with scry 2. Finally Tin Street Hooligan would work as a cheap enter play removal with legs.

Nethereon on How to lose all of your friends 101

9 months ago

A friend of mine runs this deck and it is absolutely disgusting. The major difference, however, is that he runs Tin Street Hooligans for the ETB triggers and Goblin Dark-Dwellerss for an additional wincon and a way to flashback his old instants and sorceries. You may want to consider Gaea's Blessing as a 1 or 2 of simply because it makes your deck mill proof, assuming you don't don't draw them.

If you were to consider Temur, Shadow of Doubt is a great fetch land counter. You can also run Sarkhan Unbroken since he color fixes and pumps out 4/4 flyers. However, I would stick to / and find a way to squeeze in the Dark-Dwellers.

Dennis14 on How to lose all of your friends 101

9 months ago

Cool deck.

I really the idea but want to make it more competitive.
To do this I think a Blue splash is necessary for some key cards:

  1. Snapcaster Mage - to reuse all your LD spells and L.Bolts and flashback Ancient Stirrings to make sure you find the Liquimetal Coating.
    It is a big upgrade over Isochron Scepter as it can't be blown out by artifact removal and doesn't cause card disadvantage (quite the opposite).
    2 . Delver of Secrets  Flip - the deck already has plenty of instants/sorceries and this creature can take advantage of the tempo you gain on your opponent and actually pressure their life total and close the game.
  2. Muddle the Mixture - the most efficient way to tutor for Liquimetal Coating (and other 2-cmc cards in the deck) which can also be used as a counterspell.

Blue also improves your SB options with counterspells.

Also, adding a creature that destroy an artifact upon EtB is a good idea.
The best options are: Tin Street Hooligan and Vithian Renegades and there is also Trygon Predator that can repeatedly destroy artifacts/enchantments if it connects.

Here is my take on the deck:


Temur Liquimetal Coating

Modern Dennis14

1 COMMENT | 141 VIEWS


SpiritKing on Dropping a Deuce

1 year ago

Those are good creatures. Fauna Shaman works well as a tutor for any toolbox creatures you have. On that note: Viridian Zealot, Vexing Shusher, Shinen of Life's Roar and Tin Street Hooligan are generally good targets to tutor for, depending on what you want to do. Just be careful with the druid. You dont want to aggressively use it's mana ability, untill you're trying to draw the hate towards you xD

though i admit it is fun to ping your opponents every round :)

lagotripha on Liquimetal Destruction

1 year ago

I've done some basic testing and aggressive mulligans are actually pretty legit here. Shrapnel Blast could be strong sideboard. Tunnel Ignus for those bloom titan knock-offs. Blinkmoth Well for when you just need to lock things down. Serum Powder for those aggressive mulligans. Charmbreaker Devils in place of hoard-smelter, perhaps. Mizzium Transreliquat to copy their pillow fort. Seal of Primordium for killing emrakul. Metallic Mastery for the lulz. Smash isn't strong enough. Tanglewalker is too situational. Vithian Renegades and Tin Street Hooligan are super fun. Molder could be good sb.

Wirox on Welcome to the Jungle - Harambe Edition

1 year ago

The way you've done it is ok, I think.

Also, I've got some further suggestions concerning the sideboard. I don't think that regular aggro is a bad match-up for you. Instead, burn can kill you pretty fast and since they do not target your creatures, Sylvok Lifestaff does not really help. I think Feed the Clan might be a better sideboard option.

I've been playing RG Madness for some time (well, it looks differently than your deck, but it's got some common elements) and I find MBC match-up pretty difficult. While Mono U and Affinity are rather favorable ones. That's why I think you could replace one Pyroblast and one Tin Street Hooligan for two Young Wolfves.

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