Tap, Sacrifice a creature: Blasting Station deals 1 damage to target creature or player.
Whenever a creature enters the battlefield, you may untap Blasting Station.
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|Mystery Booster: Store Edition (MYSTOR)||Rare|
|Fifth Dawn (5DN)||Uncommon|
Combos Browse all
- Blasting Station + Painter's Servant + Teysa, Orzhov Scion
- Blasting Station + Fecundity + Sprouting Phytohydra
- Blasting Station + Shielded by Faith + Siona, Captain of the Pyleas
- Blasting Station + Mitotic Slime + Splinter Twin
- Animate Dead + Blasting Station
- Blasting Station + Mikaeus, the Unhallowed + Woodfall Primus
- Blasting Station + Mikaeus, the Unhallowed + Puppeteer Clique
- Blasting Station + Renata, Called to the Hunt + Woodfall Primus
- Blasting Station + Puppeteer Clique + Renata, Called to the Hunt
- Blasting Station + Juniper Order Ranger + Woodfall Primus
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Blasting Station occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.02%
Blasting Station Discussion
6 hours ago
harbingerofduh: Thanks for the comment! I hadn't thought of cockroaches like that so I'll reconsider (probably in paper as soon as paper magic is possible again). I also like the idea of Blasting Station so I'll check that out as well.
Fallen Ideal is a maybe, and it definitely has upside. My only hesitation is that my commander is already usually a major target, and sticking something on it that could allow me to hit someone for 21 makes it even more so. But it's still worth a look in my opinion.
While Altar of the Brood does mill quite a lot, I think it's a bit unrealistic for it to mill anyone out unless I'm in the middle of going off, in which case I have plenty of other ways to win at my disposal already. I also would rather not help any graveyard-based decks at the table, and it feels like there's usually at least one.
Thanks for the suggestions!
7 hours ago
Sorry, two more suggestions:
Altar of the Brood is another to make use of the zillions of Thrulls you'll be generating every turn. I like it quite a bit in my own Endrek deck.
Blasting Station will throw your deck into turbo mode. When Endrek spits out a batch of Thrulls, each Thrull will put a Blasting Station untap trigger on the stack simultaneously. You can then respond to each one in turn because you regain priority after each effect on the stack resolves. So: six triggers on the stack, respond to the last one by sacrificing a Thrull to the Station, deal one damage. Then a trigger resolves, untapping the Station. Then respond to the next trigger in line by sacrificing a Thrull to the Station, deal one damage. Rinse and repeat.
5 days ago
So it's agreed then. We'll play Mothra in a UW commander shell with Flash + Thassa's Oracle, Academy Rector, Hapless Researcher, Alchemist's Apprentice, Phyrexian Altar, Ashnod's Altar, and Blasting Station and break the card before it's even been released. Glad we settled that. Easy peasy.
5 days ago
Commanders decks utilizing reanimated loops have a very impressive new toy. Saffi Ericksdotter, Blood Artist and company will very much enjoy this card. Potential Hulk pile candidate, for example: With a Hapless Researcher in play Flash Hulk can simply search for this card and Fishacle to win. Self sacrificing creature loops are extremely strong potential combo options, the altars (phyrexian and ashnod’s) and potentially KCI pair nicely with it, any other creature in play and Blasting Station is a combo win.
There would be a ton of combo potential with this card for commander if released with that wording.
2 weeks ago
Hey, I've got my own Teysa Deck that I love to play with, which is focused heavily on combos and comboing. If you wanted a good tutor to help get your combo pieces, I'd recommend Diabolic Revelation since it can tutor many things at once. Also, seeing as you have both Karmic Guide and Reveillark, you should know that as long as you can sacrifice them, they go infinite with each other.
Seeing as you have a few cards that are already close to comboing together, I thought I'd also recommend a few cards that can help you go infinite, if that's what you want to do. Your Requiem Angel, when paired with Divine Visitation cycles infinite tokens for infinite death when you sacrifice creatures. You also have the older Teysa, Orzhov Scion which, when paired with Darkest Hour does the same thing and cycles infinite tokens.
Those are my main suggestions if you want to complete combos. Divine Visitation and Darkest Hour. As for a good tutor, Diabolic Revelation is pretty good. Finally, Blasting Station and Altar of Dementia are both good sacrifice artifacts that will allow you to do a ton of damage to your opponents or mill them out.
I hope these suggestions are useful, and good luck with your Teysa deck in the apocalypse!
2 weeks ago
Hi there. Here are some suggestions based on your description/questions:
You could also try some more card advantage and ramp through creatures. Additions to consider are Sakura-Tribe Elder, Farhaven Elf, Guardian Project, The Great Henge (again...the card is serious busted), Elvish Visionary, Skullclamp, and Beast Whisperer.
Beast Within is also a staple in mono-green.
Happy deck building!
3 weeks ago
One of the most obvious combos is Vizier of Remedies + Murderous Redcap + any sac outlet. (You can have Cathars' Crusade or Anafenza, Kin-Tree Spirit instead of Vizier of Remedies for the combo) Unless disrupted, this combo deals infinite damage to any number of players/ creatures. How the combo works:
Step 1. Sacrifice Murderous Redcap
Step 2. Persist Triggers and Murderous Redcap is back
Step 3. Murderous Redcap trigger is put on the stack
Step 4. Vizier of Remedies triggers - resolve this one first
Step 5. Murderous Redcap deals damage
Rinse and repeat.
Note about this combo - if your sac outlet is Altar of Dementia you can mill one player while killing another one. Other sac maybe Ashnod's Altar, Blasting Station, Phyrexian Altar, Phyrexian Tower, Goblin Bombardment, Yahenni, Undying Partisan
3 weeks ago
That's what I have Blasting Station and Walking Ballista for. To work in the Suture Priest, I'd have to figure out some way to consistently give my opponents infinite creatures. THEN it would have to be strong and consistent enough to compete with my several current plans.
All I can tell you is I'll try it, but needless to say I'm skeptical.