MTG Combo: Ashnod's Altar + Sword of the Meek + Thopter Foundry

This combo generates infinite colourless mana, tokens, and life.

  1. Have all permanents on the battlefield.
  2. Activate Thopter Foundry for 1 colourless mana and sacrificing Sword of the Meek.
  3. You gain 1 life and a 1/1 thopter token creature is created, bringing back Sword of the Meek to be sacrificed again.
  4. Sacrifice a thopter token to Ashnod's Altar to generate two colourless mana.
  5. Repeat steps 2-4.

Another simple variation of this is to use Krak-Clan Ironworks instead of Ashnod's Altar.


JHowlett on How about breakfast at Breya's

5 months ago

Ashnod's Altar + Sword of the Meek + Thopter Foundry is a fun way, and most of the cards can be really useful in an artifact deck :) also Basalt Monolith + Crackdown Construct

JaronTheBaron on Sharuum and the Funky Robot

1 year ago

Cyclonic Rift Is a staple in any blue deck

If you want to go more combo focused
I see this a lot with Sharuum the Hegemon decks.
The combo of Sharuum the Hegemon, Sculpting Steel or Phyrexian Metamorph to get infinite enter the battlefield/die. So you playing Sharumm, target Sculpting Steel or Phyrexian Metamorph, which copies Sharumm, since the Legendary rule takes effect you sacrifice the original, then the token triggers bringing back the original, then you sac the token, and you just repeat that. Then you cast Bitter Ordeal or have Marionette Master on board.

Also Thopter Assembly + Time Sieve for infinite turns.
Ashnod's Altar + Sword of the Meek + Thopter Foundry is infinite 1/1's and life.

PayOneLife on Breya's Aetherflux Thoptercannon

1 year ago

Unless I'm missing something, Aetherflux Reservoir doesn't combo with Ashnod's Altar + Sword of the Meek + Thopter Foundry . Reservoir triggers on casting a spell.

PookandPie on Oloro the out there

2 years ago

Oloro is in your title, but you used the plural of deck in your comment. Do you want more than just Oloro combos?

Also, what kind of combos are you looking for? You say degenerate, but that varies by playgroup. Most combos the average player considers degenerate are garbage, competitively, and typically the best 'combo' at tables with powerful decks and knowledgeable players is A Good Deck + Ad Nauseam or Doomsday, or something. So, because I don't know what you're looking for and you gave practically 0 information to make suggestions simple, here's every single infinite combo I can think of or find in Esper (and some of these aren't even registered as combos on the site, so... I found that interesting. Had to go back and separate those ones card by card):

And after this, I'm out. I'm going to go back to playing Fire Emblem: Fates. Fwiw, I hope this helps, and I just zoned out in a phone call with a person I didn't want to speak to for about 20 minutes while formatting this, lol.