Chandra, Pyromaster

Chandra, Pyromaster

Planeswalker — Chandra

+1: Chandra, Pyromaster deals 1 damage to target player or planeswalker and 1 damage to up to one target creature that player or that planeswalker's controller controls. That creature can't block this turn.

0: Exile the top card of your library. You may play it this turn.

-7: Exile the top ten cards of your library. Choose an instant or sorcery card exiled this way and copy it three times. You may cast the copies without paying their mana costs.

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Chandra, Pyromaster Discussion

Scytec on bigred2728

2 weeks ago

I am sorry, but I dont have the Chandra, Pyromaster. I do still have the other three you asked about though, would you do my: Dragonlord Silumgar, Dreadbore, Rakdos, Lord of Riots

for your: Lotus Petal and Leyline of Anticipation?

CommanderOcelot on Tapped Kalamax and Mizzix’s Mastery …

7 months ago

I am sorry for the late response, but the answers thus far have been incorrect. If it is too late anyway, I apologise and moderators may take appropriate actions. It showed up on my Google scouring of Mizzix's Mastery and I didn't want to leave the thread without the proper answer.

Look at the last ruling of Kalamax, the Stormsire , concerning copying cards and not spells. It mentions God-Eternal Kefnet , but it also pertains to Chandra, Pyromaster and Mizzix's Mastery , for instance.

You also would not copy Mizzix's Mastery with Kalamax, the Stormsire due to it not being an instant spell, and Kalamax, the Stormsire only copies instant spells and cares about instant spells being copied. You also do not copy the Opt that you target with Mizzix's Mastery as the first Instant you cast for the turn, due to you copying the spell right onto the stack, and not actually casting an instant spell. This is the same as copying a spell not triggering cards like Talrand, Sky Summoner .

So to summarise: no counters and no extra copies of anything, no infinite shenanigans.

Hope it cleared something up, and again - sorry for the late answer. Please do not hesitate in taking the proper action if I am too late, Mr Moderator, sir. (But if I am too late, do consider automatically locking threads rather than punishing those, who like me, found it through Google)

DBCooper on Sideburn - Complete sideboard swap

10 months ago

mobizque, Chandra, Pyromaster

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Azeworai on Radha, The Lands Matter To Me!

1 year ago

Ah, I have a few more notes to the changes.

I've playtested the deck a couple of times, and it feels much better than afore. Nice!

So, Field of the Dead is best used with fewer basics, as that provides fewer shared names across the land-base and thus making its zombies spawn reliably. Brains ahoy.

For this time, or until the mana-base reaches a point in which it may use the Field, a Mikokoro or Geier Reach is probably better. Perhaps just a Forest.

Now for another field as subject. Field of Ruin is helpful, for removing lands is necessary in any deck, but it ramps all players, including the ones not involved in this interaction. Strip Mine is expensive, as with Wasteland, but a Tectonic Edge would be better.

Rampant Growth? Where art thou, Growth?

The last thing I would recommend is some more card draw. The deck ramps really well and Radha is a fine outlet for said mana, but a few cantrips or draw engines would be great. You can probably cut a land or two, but I wouldn't go much further than that. Outpost Siege is a reliable one.

Abraxas3719 on Wide & Tall | SUPER BUDGET

1 year ago

king-saproling I appreciate your feed back. I ended up throwing a Chandra, Pyromaster in her deck Tokens, Buffs, and Burn Oh My. I'll be sure to check out the article you wrote as well!!

king-saproling on Wide & Tall | SUPER BUDGET

1 year ago

Hi Abraxas3719 thank you, I'm glad you like it! Tana & Bruse are a deceptively powerful pair, and for a Naya deck it is surprisingly versatile. It's so cool that you're building a deck for your daughter! Assemble the Legion would fit right in a deck like this one, and there are plenty of Chandras that would fit nicely: Chandra, Acolyte of Flame, Chandra, Torch of Defiance, Chandra, Fire Artisan, Chandra, Pyromaster.

I actually wrote an article on how to style deck pages, you can check it out here

JostinFrutz on $100 Jund

2 years ago

Hey Chasmolinker, thanks for the reply! The meta is extremely creature heavy. That's why I'm running Harsh Scrutiny in the mainboard (which I might replace with a Despise instead), with a third Duress in the sideboard to swap out when needed. We calculate based on the price on MTGGoldfish and I'm at $102 right now (, so you're probably right about Inquisition of Kozilek

We only have one burn-ish deck (which also happens to be me running a mono-red prowess variant), so I feel like lifegain can live in the sideboard for now (e.g. Pulse of Murasa & Spike Feeder ). I chose Grisly Salvage over Pulse of Murasa because I was getting mana-screwed pretty regularly. The cheap land package is really difficult to do in these particular three colours. But, Grisly Salvage is a card that I can use when I need to grab a land or when I want to grab a potentially game-swinging threat. And, I feel like since I'm not running fetches or anything that tosses things into the graveyard Pulse of Murasa will only grab low-cmc creatures that I had played earlier in the game rather than massive hulks that can swing things in my favour. That being said, Pulse of Murasa may be better in the late game, but worse in the early game (which is where I have trouble).

As for Aether Hub , I've felt like it's value is extremely dependent on getting Winding Constrictor or Glint-Sleeve Siphoner out. If you are desperate and have to use its energy counter, Aether Hub can be a dead land due to the high number of coloured spells in the deck. That's why I cut one. But, when it goes off, it really goes off! TBH, the land base is where this version of the deck really struggles (as well as the reliance on the Winding Constrictor / Glint-Sleeve Siphoner combo). So, any additional thoughts on these issues would be super helpful!

Bristling Hydra is a super interesting addition and might help with my Aether Hub problem. I'm worried it might be a bit slow and isn't a big enough payoff in the 4cmc slot. Greenbelt Rampager might also work in here. I honestly am not sure about either of those. I'll give it a shot either way!

Champion of Lambholt might also be a bit slot. On turn 4 and beyond, the plan is basically to play one big creature a turn (hopefully). So, I feel like Champion of Lambholt won't grow fast enough. I think you recommended Managorger Hydra in a comment thread earlier. Do you think either of these is better than Sprouting Thrinax in this deck?

Also, do you have a preference between Phyrexian Revoker and Pithing Needle ? I guess the threat and the ability to grow Scavenging Ooze with Phyrexian Revoker isn't worth the vulnerability it has as a creature. Pithing Needle is probably the better choice.

Other cards I've been thinking about: Domri, Chaos Bringer , Domri Rade , Chandra, Pyromaster , Arlinn Kord  Flip, Vampire Nighthawk

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