Artifact — Equipment
Equipped creature gets +10/+10 and loses flying.
Equip (: Attach to target creature you control. Equip only as a sorcery.)
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|Core Set 2020 (M20)||Uncommon|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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Colossus Hammer Discussion
4 days ago
It's a good combo, but thankfully not a Standard combo with Colossus Hammer rotating out.
1 week ago
1 week ago
The deck does seem a bit all over the place though. I'm not really seeing the synergy between Kefnet the Mindful and equipment? Why is stacking equipments on kefnet good besides the fact that it has indestructible? Plus, what do you do if your hand has less than seven cards? (which will happen a lot) This makes all ur stuff on kefnet useless if it cant attack or block.
Porphyry Nodes is one of my favorite cards, but here it'll just kill off ur PP (haha funny yes) which we sort of want to keep on the battlefield as a draw engine. Not sure why there's 4x Fact or Fiction either.
Problem with equipment on a budget is that most of the only decent equipments (Batterskull, enemy-colored mirrodin swords like Sword of Feast and Famine, Sword of Fire and Ice etc) are all expensive and basically only work well with stuff like Stoneforge Mystic. If you're leaning into the Puresteel Paladin 0 equip cost, you can run stuff like Colossus Hammer. Dunno
1 week ago
hejtmane I agree, I really wanted feast and famine and once I got it I was happy, but tbh not impressed. When I'm tutoring for equipment the first thing I look for is something like Swiftfoot Boots then I look for indestructible Hammer of Nazahn then I look for either a finisher Colossus Hammer unblockable Whispersilk Cloak then advantage Sword of the Animist. Tbh there is almost no point in there where I'd rather search for feast and famine over practically any of those cards lol. Now Sword of Fire and Ice on the other hand, draws cards, each time you deal combat damage, on a creature who has double strike. That's a much better target for tutoring.
1 month ago
Your switch to modern did in fact get you more attention since I normally pass by vintage and legacy lists XD Kor Duelist seems like a natural inclusion that'd be better than Auriok Edgewright a lot of the time. I recently reviewed another deck making use of Duelist, Colossus Hammer, and Kor Outfitter, and Sigarda's Aid seems like a natural fit with that package so maybe more copies of Hammer could be viable. If you want to focus more on Kemba, I've had a lot of success with Konda's Banner as a sort of cheap Dictate of Heliod, at least in commander. Infiltration Lens and Sword of the Animist are some other equipment options that I think are underrated and can work on a budget.
1 month ago
Good job making sure your combo has redundancy, although some picks seem better than others. I'd definitely want all 4 Kor Duelist since it synergizes so well with the Hammer. I'd even consider something like Simian Spirit Guide to let you win on turn 2. Triton Shorestalker is totally fine, but something like Invisible Stalker could provide the protection that decks like this often need against removal. I think the weak links are Trophy Mage since it only fetches Squire (which is itself only a backup to Outfitter), and Followed Footsteps as the slowest card in the deck. I didn't even know Colossus Hammer existed, so thanks for bringing it to my attention!