Dragon Tempest

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Legality

Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

Dragon Tempest

Enchantment

Whenever a creature with flying enters the battlefield under your control, it gains haste until end of turn.

Whenever a Dragon enters the battlefield under your control, it deals X damage to any target (creature, player or planeswalker), where X is the number of Dragons you control.

SinAffliction on Angels, Dragons, and Demons..OH MY!

6 days ago

Markizzy SOrry for the late response. yes you definitely should put some haste things in there mine are. Hall of the Bandit Lord , Need for Speed , Lightning Greaves , and Dragon Tempest . Those are the ones I would recommend for sure. Also, thank you so much for the upvote.

Necramus on Miirym, Dragon Mommy

1 week ago

Atarka's Command, Tibalt, Rakish Instigator, and Leyline of Punishment are all good ways to keep your friend from gaining life from pinging you, then you can bonk him with dragons to the dome.

Orbs of Warding and Witchbane Orb are both excellent for giving you hexproof, making him unable to target you with his Commander's ability.

Three Visits and Farseek are great ramp spells that are pretty cheap that can replace some of your more expensive ramp. I'd also definitely advise picking up the Talisman of Unity in your maybe board.

You have a good density of creatures, in particular your dragons. I'd consider cutting some of the higher cost ones that have no immediate impact on the board to sub out for things like Old Gnawbone, Dragon Tempest, Dragonlord's Servant, Utvara Hellkite and Goldspan Dragon, though. These are things that help your gameplan (Dragon storm) and have immediate impact on the board. Some of those are kinda spensive, but #longtermgoals. Shared Animosity is also a nuts card in tribal decks.

Love,

Poppa Blake

multimedia on Miirym’s Temur Dragons

2 weeks ago

Hellkite Charger could replace Skanos Dragonheart? Both these Dragons want to attack to trigger abilities, but Skanos needs other Dragons to make it good, Charger doesn't. Skanos can't pump itself and doesn't have evasion, Charger can be part of a combo Skanos can't. Thrakkus the Butcher is a better five drop Dragon with trample who pumps itself as well as all other Dragons you control.

There's another combo you could add that creates infinite Dragons with Astral Dragon and the enabler Cursed Mirror provides a wincon, haste to attack. Could of course have other wincons: Scourge of Valkas, Dragon Tempest or Warstorm Surge. Mirror is a good card, you wouldn't just be adding it for the combo, it's a mana rock that if it becomes a Dragon when it enters then Miirym can copy it.

When you control Cursed Mirror that's not a creature have Astral Dragon enter and copy Mirror. The Mirror tokens then enter as Astral and copy original Mirror that's not a creature and repeat. This creates a loop of Astral and Mirror making copies of each other, each copy of Mirror is a 4/4 Astral Dragon with haste. To break the loop stop copying Mirror with Astral, copy something else.


Sarkhan Unbroken would be another fine upgrade, but not when on a budget. $25 for a nonDragon creature card when on a budget seems not a good use of funds. For $25 you could improve the manabase with many land upgrades Reflecting Pool, more Pain lands (Yavimaya Coast, Shivan Reef), some Bond lands (Spire Garden), some Filter lands (Flooded Grove) or some Check lands (Sulfur Falls, Rootbound Crag). In my opinion when on a budget allocating some of the budget for good lands is more important than adding flashy cards such as Sarkhan.

Kiora, Behemoth Beckoner is less powerful than Sarkhan, but it's also less than $2. Kiora can still do much work as another Temur Ascendancy draw effect as well as give you 7 turns of ramp that can untap any permanent including Sol Ring or an Orb.

Shamanic Revelation could be a cut for some lower mana cost draw since you're more likely to have a higher power Dragon then that same number of Dragon creatures. That's what makes Return of the Wildspeaker and Rishkar's Expertise good draw with Dragons is they have high power. Revelation is better when playing little tribal creatures such as Elves which tend to have quantity of creatures rather than single creature with high power.

Ardees on The Url of Dragons

2 weeks ago

44 lands are definitely too many. Even in a landfall deck like Omnath you wouldn't see that many lands. Start by reducing the land count by swapping for mana-tutoring cards like Farseek, Nature's Lore, and Three Visits. Naturally, this only makes sense insofar as you're playing dual lands. You don't have to play shock lands if you can't afford them; common cheap duals came out that enter tapped, and you'll be able to tutor them with those.

Much depends on your budget I guess, but I'm noticing you have few tutoring options. There are some cheap options out there you could explore, like Profane Tutor, Diabolic Tutor, or even Solve the Equation.

Consider also adding some haste options, for instance via Lightning Greaves, Anger, Crashing Drawbridge, and definitely Dragon Tempest.

multimedia on elyse's vrondiss deck

2 weeks ago

Hey, for being new to Magic well done upgrading the precon on a budget having a good amount of cards in each area of deck building (lands, ramp, draw, removal).

What makes Vrondiss, Rage of Ancients a scary Commander is when he has indestructible. Then he can take an infinite amount of damage and each instance of damage he takes creates a Dragon.

Anara, Wolvid Familiar is a budget repeatable source of indestructible for Vronn as long as it's your turn. Roar of Challenge and You Look Upon the Tarrasque forces all defending player's creatures to block Vronn who's indestructible. Each creature who blocks does damage to Vronn which is one instance of damage to create a Dragon. This effect creates Dragons equal to the number of creatures who an opponent controls who blocked. Tamiyo's Safekeeping can also protect Vronn from targeted opponent's removal with hexproof.

If Vronn is indestructible then there's a wincon combo here to create infinite Dragons which is infinite damage to each opponent.

When Vronn creates a Dragon then Scourge does damage to an opponent, then Tempest/Outpost/Surge/Ancients does damage to Vronn or vice versa and repeat.

Some budget lands to consider replacing some basic lands:

Good luck with your deck.

TypicalTimmy on Have you ever discovered a …

1 month ago

Obviously this just happened to me.

I'm sitting in my bedroom playing my Miirym, Sentinel Wyrm deck to see if some swaps make sense after a few games.

Happened to get Wrathful Red Dragon out with a token copy of it. Interesting. So now whenever a Dragon I control is dealt damage, I'll have two WRD triggers. For example, if one Dragon is dealt 3 damage, both WRDs will see this and dish out 3 and 3. So I can nail two non-Dragon targets for 3 each, or hit the same target for a combined total of six.

Nice.

A few turns later I cast Monster Manual and dropped Drakuseth, Maw of Flames. Token ETB and, thanks to Dragon Tempest, they both have haste.

Now, if I were to hit Drak with Tempest, he takes 5 damage as I have 5 Dragons. Both WRDs see this and will now allow me to expand that 5 into 10.

I can have the token also be dealt 5 from Tempest as they entered the battlefield at the same time, so Tempest sees both together.

  • Yes, and no. It matters how you stack things. When Drakuseth ETB, I have two triggers go on the stack. One is Miirym and one is Tempest. If I order them to resolve Miirym first, she creates a token copy of Drak. That token ETB and immediately triggers Tempest. So Tempest resolved for the token first, which sees 5 total Dragons. Then, down the chain, OG Drak is left waiting to resolve. Only now he too sees five Dragons, as well. So while it is true that they DO NOT ETB together, it is equally true that they do in fact both see 5 Dragons.

I digress.

So while I could ping Drak and the token for 5 each, and double each to 10 thanks to two WRDs, and dish out 5+5+5+5 or 20 total damage, I have something a bit more spicy.

If instead, I move to combat and swing with the two Drakuseth, Maw of Flame, I can have the following occur:

  • OG deals 4 damage to OG WRD
  • OG deals 3 damage to itself
  • OG deals 3 damage to the token

  • Tokenseth deals 4 damage to token WRD

  • Token deals 3 damage to OGseth
  • Token deals 3 damage to itselfth

Now, both Drakuseth have 6 damage marked upon them, and both WRD have 4 damage marked on them. Everyone survives with 1 point left.

  • WRD sees itself take 4
  • OG deals 4
  • Token WRD sees OG take 4
  • Token deals 4
  • WRD sees Token take 4
  • OG deals 4
  • Token sees itself take 4
  • Token deals 4
  • OG sees Drak take 3 from itself
  • OG deals 3
  • Token sees Drak take 3 from itself
  • Token deals 3
  • OG sees Drak take 3 from token Drak
  • OG deals 3
  • Token sees Drak take 3 from token Drak
  • Token deals 3

(ugh)

  • OG sees token Drak take 3 from OG Drak
  • OG deals 3
  • Token sees token Drak take 3 from itself
  • OG deals 3
  • Token WRD sees token Drak take 3 from OG Drak
  • Token deals 3
  • Token WRD sees token Drak take 3 from itself
  • Token deals 3

In total, 40 damage

Nasty

So yeah, Wrathful Red Dragon + Drakuseth, Maw of Flames in a Miirym, Sentinel Wyrm deck is disgusting.

legendofa on Ziatora Calls Upon the Demons

1 month ago

Okay, let's take a look at some of these. First note is, budget isn't really a concern, because pretty much all of my games are online these days, through servers like Cockatrice.

Master of Cruelty, Demonlord Belzenlok, and Burning-Rune Demon were all on my short list. Master of Cruelty is a little too build-around for my preference in this deck, but it's a great card. Belzenlok and B-R Demon would help to give it consistency, and Belzenlok in particular has a good chance of finding its way back in.

I had overlooked Dragon Tempest, so that's definitely going in.

I'll play around with Raphael, Fiendish Savior, Ob Nixilis, Unshackled, and Rakshasa Debaser and see what they do for this deck. I especially like the lifelink, since this deck plays more recklessly than my usual style.

This is my first Demon tribal deck, so I'm still working out the details. The 6-8 mana slots fill up fast. Incidentally, how do you submit a deck to EDHrec?

Once again, thanks for the suggestions!

abihoooo on Miirym, Sentinel Wyrm: Double Dragon

1 month ago

I would look at Changeling Berserker and/or Changeling Titan. With Miirym you get infinite ETB triggers that will trigger Scourge of Valkas, Terror of the Peaks, or Dragon Tempest until everybody is dead.

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