Trove of Temptation

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Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Arena [BETA] Legal
Brawl Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Ixalan (XLN) Uncommon

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Trove of Temptation

Enchantment

Each opponent must attack you or a planeswalker you control with at least one creature each combat if able.

At the beginning of your end step creat a colorless Treasure artifact token with "[Symbol:T], Sacrifice this artifact: Add one mana of any color to your mana pool."

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Trove of Temptation Discussion

PeeBee on Poly'M'rakrul

3 weeks ago

Nathanaiel, I have had a look at some investigate and other artifact token generating cards (not many, mainly treasure from ixalan). And my best option seems to be Trail of Evidence, which generates card advantage and clue tokens, which both seem like good options for my deck. I will have a think to if I want to add this or not later, and what would come out for it.

Other options include: Confirm Suspicions, Gone Missing, Depths of Desire, Hornswoggle, Spell Swindle, Trove of Temptation and Press for Answers

hookedonkronix on Squee the voltron

3 weeks ago

Mogg Fanatic / Bloodstone Goblin / Goblin Spelunkers / Skirk Prospector / Spikeshot Goblin / Taurean Mauler / Pulse of the Forge / Radiating Lightning / Burning Wish / Seismic Shift / Grand Melee / Impact Tremors / Trove of Temptation

Cut these creatures and spells as soon as possible, none of them improve the Voltron wincon. You've got a lot of filler in here, I stopped adding cuts because it really depends how far you want to take this deck as well as what you'd budget for it. Mono red likes ramp, I'd recommend adding the mana doublers Gauntlet of Might / Gauntlet of Power and Caged Sun as well as some rocks Sol Ring and others. From your maybe board I'd include Goblin King / Blood Moon / Daretti, Scrap Savant and a few others. Mono red voltron is going to rely on you ramping up harder and controlling your opponents by destroying artifacts and land so Shattering Spree / Volcanic Offering / Incendiary Command / Mizzium Mortars / Fissure Vent/ Structural Distortion are all cards i'd recommend. Hope this helps, like I said it all depends on how far you want to take it but there are plenty of mono red staples that you don't have in here that would work well with a voltron build.

insertcleverphrasehere on "Precon" Godo

1 month ago

I'd cut Trove of Temptation and I'd add a Welding Jar ($1) and a Last Chance (9). The deck is also probably running a bit too much land and could probably cut 2-3 without issue.

LeaPlath on The Admiral's Navy

2 months ago

So here is the thing. You only need about 40 or so cards that help pirates to make a deck feel piratey. And a lot of these pirates are kinda awful.

Creaturewise, I would cut Brazen Buccaneers, Cloud Pirates, Daring Buccaneer, Deadeye Tormentor, Dire Fleet Hoarder, Dire Fleet Interloper, Slippery Scoundrel, Storm Fleet Spy. They are pretty weak and their payoffs aren't great.

Crafty Cutpurse is a fun pirate who can surprise answer a bunch of EDH strategies. Dreamcaller Siren has some interesting surprise tricks. Kukemssa Pirates lets you steal artifacts from people. Ramirez DePietro is the original badass pirate. Shapesharer is a pirate and lets you copy value pirates, such as neckbreaker. Changeling Berserker is a 5/3 pirate with haste who lets you retrigger ETB effects later. Adaptive Automaton is another lord to help buff your pirates.

Land and mana wise, you want about 44 sources of mana. My rule of thumb is 38 lands, and 6-8 mana rocks for a 3 colour deck. Sol Ring is a staple as well. Signets, Commander's Sphere and stuff, all good. Path of Ancestry also gives a free scry when used to cast pirates.

For enchantments, Call to the Kindred basically is a 2-1 as people kill it before it gets going and it doesn't have great odds of hitting a pirate. Curious Obsession, Navigator's Ruin, Swashbuckling, Trove of Temptation are all low impact or actively harmful. I would cut all them.

Coastal Piracy is both thematic and rewards you for doing what you want to do. Attack. Kindred Discovery is less thematic but also helps reward you for playing pirates.

For artifacts, you have a lot of eh ones. Pirate's Cutlass is a low impact card, but thematic. Sleek Schooner and Dusk Legion Dreadnought are so weak they aren't even worth playing. Captain's Hook is just +2/+0, menace, as your creatures all have the pirate typing.

Door of Destinies is a powerful artifact in tribal decks that can get out of control pretty easily. Heirloom Blade is a more powerful, impactful weapon to equip your creatures with, as it also lets you chain through your deck. Herald's Horn lets you psudo draw more and gives a cost reduction. Obelisk of Urd is an anthem effect. Stoneforge Masterwork is an equipment that rewards a large boardstate. Skysovereign, Consul Flagship and Smuggler's Copter are both high impact vehicles who are good to tutor up, and from the new set Weatherlight fetches up artifacts when you deal damage which is fun.

For your instant/sorceries, you want to be more high impact or efficient. Duress only hits 1 person in a multiple player game. You also want some flat out draw cards. This is more up to you, but Terminate is good removal. Jace's Ingenuity is solid draw.

For more pirate themed spells, Spell Swindle and Brass's Bounty both are thematic and can be quite powerful, as well as push you to your alt win condition.

TotallyHaywire on Indomitable Wins

2 months ago

Hey PikaSir

I've had an indomitable deck for the last 10 weeks, Mardu Creativity, and it's been fairly competitive, taking 1st place at Store Championship this past weekend, winning FNMs, getting top 16 at a PPTQ which is not the best, but not too bad for how rogue it is. I started with the deck using - Ghalta, Primal Hunger- Samut, Voice of Dissent- Goring Ceratops

Then I switched Samut for regisaur alpha , because that gave me extra damage and all the creatures I was bringing out were dinos anyway.

Now I run- Panharmonicon- Marionette Master- Prosperous Pirates

They enter, Prosperous Pirates makes 4 treasures of the panharm, you sac them to a double-fabricated Marionette Master for 28 lifeloss at instant speed. This combo works better for me simply because it avoids messy combat phases where you can get Settled or whatever.

My deck uses a lot more creature tokens than yours, but I still believe the Marionette Combo is stronger, especially since you're bound to have excess treasure lying around wherever.

I would suggest Trove of Temptation because it's such a strong treasure generator with the combo, and can get out of control.

The other thing is if you draw your wincons, you have no way to win. For my deck, I at least have a swarm of creatures that can be pumped with Shefet Dunes, and casting Cut / Ribbons from graveyard for X=their life can also work when I have enough treasures.

Sorry if I spent more time "advertising" my deck, I'm very tired. My point is, your version is very linear, and while the control and scry help you with consistency, you can lose the game simply by topdecking one of your 3 creatures, which there is a slightly over 50% chance of doing before turn 6.

Whether you change the deck color archetype doesn't matter as much as adding in backup win conditions. Riddleform can be ruthless, but keep in mind dies to pushes and whatnot. Maybe add in some strong lategame burn like Jaya's Immolating Inferno (once Dominaria drops of course). That's just my 2 cents, sorry for any rambling/ patronizing.

TheNocholas on Kami War

3 months ago

Maybe Trove of Temptation and Crawlspace force them to attack and limit them to two, while getting one treasure a turn to sac for any color.

gwyckoff on Ixalan Block: Mardu Token Control

4 months ago

Have you tried Trove of Temptation? It makes your Makeshift Munitions much better and allows you to have a secondary win condition. It also lets you win in the mirror or against decks like Explore and Vampires who have a lot of small creatures that can be buffed over time.

RazortoothMtg on Help with Forced Attack Deck

4 months ago

Hello all! I'm looking to build a deck that forces everyone to attack me, then punishes them with cards like Kazuul, Tyrant of the Cliffs.

The problem is I don't have nearly enough cards.

For cards that force people to attack, I have Trove of Temptation, Fumiko the Lowblood, Boros Battleshaper (kind of), Bident of Thassa, and Alluring Siren. Also Hellraiser Goblin, since I plan on the commander being Zedruu the Greathearted

As for punishing them when they attack, all I have is Kazuul, Tyrant of the Cliffs, and then Lust for War-type cards, but those aren't great.

And yes, while cards like Crown of Doom, Gahiji, Honored One, and Assault Suit seem great, I want people to attack me. But it only really works if there are more cards like Kazuul, Tyrant of the Cliffs that then punishes them for attacking me.

Edit: After looking a little more, I found Goblin Spymaster, Goblin Diplomats, War's Toll, Warmonger Hellkite, Curse of the Nightly Hunt, and Grand Melee

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