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Tooth of Chiss-Goria
Affinity for artifacts (This spell costs (1) less to play for each artifact you control.)
Tap: Target creature gets +1/+0 until end of turn.
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Tooth of Chiss-Goria Discussion
3 months ago
So first up, consistancy is pretty key. You should be playing 4 copies of Seat of the Synod, Great Furnace and at least 2 of Darksteel Citadel. For other lands, something like Spire of Industry is solid, or fastlands or duals or whatever.
Then 4 Frogmite and 4 Myr Enforcer. Big cheap dudes. Think of the artifact lands as tapping for 2 to pay for them. You can also probably do something with Scale of Chiss-Goria/Tooth of Chiss-Goria as enablers for Metalwork Colossus.
7 months ago
I'd consider looking at the sideboards of some of the more traditional affinity decks- Tooth of Chiss-Goria/Thoughtcast type cards, possibly backed by March of the Machines powering some mana rocks. I'd also consider artifacts with interesting sacrifice effects for touch, possibly to enable a loop/lockdown type setup. Ratchet Bomb, Sun Droplet, Veilstone Amulet or Grafdigger's Cage enchanted with it is remarkably scary and enables hatebears-style play.
11 months ago
11 months ago
Staff of Nin provides great card advantage while at the same time providing a targeting ability. Might be a little expensive to cast, but it is often a 2-for-1 that keeps giving.
Squee's Toy is cheap and hilarious. Kill off your opponent's stuff with a squeeze doll.
Glaring Spotlight is another tool so that you can target your opponent's stuff. Also can be sacrificed when you need to get in that alpha strike or just protect your board.
Tooth of Chiss-Goria can be played at instant speed and sometimes for free for a truly nasty surprise.
Dauthi Embrace is another repeatable tool that combos with Horobi.
Great decklist! Always love seeing janky or less popular commanders given opportunity.
1 year ago
1 year ago
I would suggest you having more artifacts, because if you don't get to draw an artifact on your start hand your screwed. 26 cards in your deck are non-artifacts wich makes it difficult to get out the big guns early game.
I would suggest having 1-2 Slag Fiend since they are mostly late game and since you sacrifice artifacts Galvanic Blast feels a bit useless. Since it's modern you're gonna have troubles with removals so Welding Jar is a perfect choice but i feel like it's not enough.
If you want to have salvage titan as your win con i would suggest some buffs like for example Brute Force or Titan's Strength but also some Tooth of Chiss-Goria to get that small extra buff. But i would suggest more win cons that just 1 or 2 because people will have answers.
Anyways it's a great idea! +1!
1 year ago
Also, Cauldron of Souls can target any number of creatures, and they'll die before it gives them persist, so they won't come back. It's a targeted board wipe every time you tap it if you have your commander out.
1 year ago
JakeKita, sure! Thanks for your comments. This is just a shell, but all kinds of money can be added. Etched Champion is a great card and not very expensive right now. Players who can afford it should scoop it up. I see that Master of Etherium has tripled in price since I bought mine, and Arcbound Ravager is suddenly stupidly expensive. I play 4x Hangarback Walker in all of my Robots/Constructicon decks and feel that it is a great investment at its current price of $8.45, though it might even go a little lower once it rotates out of Standard.
Welding Jar winds up playing out very much like free land drops when you are playing 4x Frogmite, 4x Myr Enforcer, and 4x Thoughtcast, less so when you start cutting those cards. Probably swapping 4x Arcbound Worker, a couple of Welding Jar, and a couple of Myr Enforcer for the sideboard Chief of the Foundry and Tomb of the Spirit Dragon is going to work for some. The point was simply to show that a fun and playable Modern Affinity/Robots deck could be built for a very small amount of money. Ghostfire Blade is another excellent option, one I use in all of my Constructicon decks.
I started playing Affinity when Mirrodin came out, before some of these cards were available but when artifact lands were not banned in any format. I even initially used cards like Tooth of Chiss-Goria for support.