Weaver of Lightning

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Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Eldritch Moon Uncommon

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Weaver of Lightning

Creature — Human Shaman

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Whenever you cast an instant or sorcery spell, Weaver of Lightning deals 1 damage to target creature an opponent controls.

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Weaver of Lightning Discussion

Traderlol on UR Spells

1 month ago

Contingency Plan Weaver of Lightning Thermo-Alchemist just so it is easier for me to see.

Deltis on B/W Standard Zombies

2 months ago

ticked-off-squirrel, might I suggest changing it to RU burn/ control? or RU machine-gun burn? I made a modern deck that was machine-gun burn and it worked pretty well. Now I could probable make both burn/control and machine-gun burn in standard. the burn/control would revolver around Thermo-Alchemist, Weaver of Lightning, Mercurial Geists, and Enigma Drake as the main creatures with maybe some prowess in there. Non-creatures would be red direct damage and blue control. The machine-gun deck would revolve around Reckless Fireweaver, Panharmonicon, and anything that can trigger the fireweaver.

Sargeras on Enigma drake U/R ~35$

2 months ago

Interesting deck, so +1 from me, here are my suggestions.

  1. Replace Cryptic Serpent, Weaver of Lightning, and Niblis of Frost with Guttersnipe, the amount of synergy this card has with your deck is insane. I'd honestly try to figure out how to put 4 copies of him into the board this would also allow you to play more spells over small wipe cards like Pyroclasm since you can probably burn your opponent out before they become relevant. However, if Pyroclasm is relevant enough in your playgroup that you MUST play it, then I'd recommend it be a sideboard card.

  2. While it doesn't exactly fit your strategy, the card AEtherling is infamous as a control finisher in many decks due to it's exceptional versatility. Although such a card is far better suited for budget UW control.

  3. Is there a real reason to play Counterflux over an additional copy of Dissolve? Because Counterflux is almost always a sideboard card, and is more mana intensive then Dissolve and doesn't even give you a scry bonus.

  4. I know that this card is a little less budget then you'd like it to be but Shivan Reef seems excellent since it sees no play currently.

Those are just my suggestions, if you want any more help or advice let me know!

Noctem on My White Weenie v6 (FRONTIER)

2 months ago

You should archive your description since it lists results for the 2016 gameday. It's confusing.

As for the deck it looks interesting.

Glorybringer main board seems a bit high on the curve for a 22 land deck. I would take them out and put all 4 into the side. It's a better card in game 2, where you take out cards like Thalia's Lieutenant in order to up your curve. Which brings me to my next point. Game 1 you want to simply overwhelm your opponent and force them to side in board wipes and other things that won't impact you as much since you side out some things to up your curve while they do the opposite.

Needle Spires should be either a 0-2 in the main with the rest of the playset in the side for when you side in higher red CMC stuff like Glorybringer. That way you're not bothered by lands that enter tapped in game 1 and can go full throttle.

Hanweir Militia Captain  Flip isn't good and you should swap it out.

You have a good amount of 1 drops in the deck (11). One thing you could consider is using Metallic Mimic to help your creatures enter the battlefield with a little boost. It can really help get your creatures out of range of a 2-3 damage board wipe which should be one of your goals. It's also a good creature to side out in game 2 to put in bigger stuff.

Where's Gideon!? lol. You should absolutely be running either Gideon of the Trials, Gideon, Ally of Zendikar or even both in your 75. I prefer the the latter in my sideboard for game 2 so that I can switch gears on the opponent.

Westvale Abbey  Flip is ok but I wouldn't bother with it. You should be able to win games before you get to the required 6 lands to flip it become relevant. It doesn't produce mana of color so it's actually a problem in the early game if you get it because you usually want to be able to drop multiple white 1 drops. So if you have 2 lands on turn 2 but one of them is the abbey, you're basically screwed. Now that being said Hanweir Battlements is worthwhile because of it's ability to give something haste.

On a similar note, Bloodlust Inciter is an interesting card because it can fuel some pretty silly curves. It may be worth have 2 of them over 2 Expedition Envoys in the main as a more utility oriented card.

I would also recommend reworking your lands a bit. Something like 4 Aether Hub, 8 plains, 5 mountains, 4 Inspiring Vantage and 1 Hanweir Battlements. 4 Needle Spires in the side for when you want to up the curve.

Your sideboard is a bit chaotic. Cards like Lantern Scout, Weaver of Lightning, Lone Rider  Flip are very meh cards for the strategy of the deck. Thalia, Heretic Cathar is no longer required because the combo has been banned. Fragmentize and By Force are maybe interesting to have. I'm not convinced personally but it's possible. Probably based on your meta. Blessed Alliance isn't as interesting if you're going to be running 4 Always Watching anyway and you probably don't care about the opponent attacking you since that means they won't have blockers. With Always Watching you'll also be able to block anyway if it's actually needed. I like Selfless Spirit and Glorybringer.

Something like 4 Gideon, Ally of Zendikar, 4 Glorybringer, 4 Needle Spires and 3 Selfless Spirit are probably solid options. You have the indestructible planeswalker for control or decks that have lots of targeted removal, you have the hasty flyer that can kill planeswalkers easily (with always watching it's nuts), you have the manland for when you need an evasive creature and finally the protection of the spirit against board wipes. Great against decks that run Kozilek's Return and/or Sweltering Suns.

HEre's my boros list in case you want to take a look:

Boros new meta

Tremblayk19 on Those damned insect

2 months ago

You are going to want more lands. Even with Channeler Initiate. I would take out 2 Supernatural Stamina and put in maybe a Swamp and a Mountain if the duals are out of budget.

Second, I would replace Shock with Magma Spray since Cat is banned.

What I like about the deck is Weaver of Lightning. I think that is a neat inclusion and not a bad budget Walking Ballista replacement in this build.

TheSuay on UR aggro prowess amonkhet

2 months ago

Weaver of Lightning is a side board card. Bring it in against weenies. If it were my deck, I'd drop the Thermo-Alchemist, add 1 more Enigma Drake, and 2 Bedlam Reveler. If you add Fevered Visions (which I am a big fan of) change your blue counter spells to something like Unsubstantiate. Putting cards back into the opponent's hand will help the 2 damage from Fevered Visions be more consistent.Take a look at mine if you are interested


R/U Prowess Burn

Standard* TheSuay

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+1 from me.

Deathbend on Lightning Rods... but... Frogs?

4 months ago

Looks good!

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