Electrostatic Field

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Electrostatic Field

Creature — Wall

Defender

Whenever you cast an instant or sorcery spell, Electrostatic Field deals 1 damage to each opponent.

DadHumanPraetor on Feather, the Cruel Striker

6 months ago

So I play stuff like Zada, Hedron Grinder and Mirrorwing Dragon so that when I cast Brute Force or Built to Smash and then cast Gods Willing targeting them, ALL my creatures are unblockable (from the protection) and pumped. I think the equipment and a lot of the creatures you selected are fun value cards, but its gotta be hard to close the game. Making things big, hard to kill, and unblockable...well that can close the game easily. Young Pyromancer and Leonin Lightscribe and probably better than Electrostatic Field and the spell recursion seems to go against the current, since your spells are rarely going to the graveyard. If you want I could upload my feather deck list when I get home later and you could sort of see the direction I decided to take it. Yours seems to want to grind out value, mine is more about killing your opponents

legendofa on AI Chaos

11 months ago

This is beautiful. It's basically a subpar Izzet spellslinger with Aetherflux Reservoir slotted in. The strategy notes are desperately trying to convince us that there's some lifegain synergy with Soul-Scar Mage and Electrostatic Field, with random mentions of Revitalize and Curiosity. Not even a Lifetap , let alone Kraken's Eye or Dragon's Claw. It's definitely an Izzet deck, but the life gain is almost an afterthought.

Thank you for doing this.

Hi_diddly_ho_neighbor on March of the Machine

1 year ago

Delphen7 - I am mostly evaluating it from a commander standpoint. The front side is a combination Birgi, God of Storytelling  Flip and Electrostatic Field which on it's own is pretty darn powerful and a common wincon combination in EDH. His backside really shines in steps 2 and 3 as combined, they let you accumulate mana to set up large Past in Flames type turn (another common EDH wincon). Don't forget that once the last part triggers, Urabrask immediately flips back over so any instant/sorcery potentially cast from graveyards continue to trigger Urabrask's frontside. The mana color limitation makes the "all" graveyards clause a little less explosive, but the type of deck helmed by Urabrask, or with him in the 99 will likely have enough fuel in it's own graveyard to go off.

He isn't generically powerful like some of the other praetors, but in the right shell, he is very strong.

GodOfBullshit on Pramikon, The Wall of Stall

1 year ago

SufferFromEDHD Great suggestions, I had actually swapped out Generous Gift because I misread it as creature only removal, definitely putting that back in.

Swan Song got pulled because back when I was trimming cards to fit 100 almost all of my counters were noncreature, and I wanted to be able to deal with problematic creatures as well, just in case. Might slot it back in now that I've got dealt with that problem. Lofty Denial possibly the option to swap out.

The walls are good options, might take out Thermo-Alchemist and Electrostatic Field for them. Bit worried about how few red cards are the deck though.

Harsh Mercy while most likely keeping my blockers alive, also has a decent possibility of not dealing with the problem of my opponents board as well. I'll give it some thought though.

Also this is all theory, I actually haven't even put the deck together on paper yet. Once I've played it for a bit I'll have to do some tuning.

Thanks for the suggestions, if you have any more let me know.

9-lives on Igne Natura Renovatur Integra: The Inferno of Pan

1 year ago

coach990 thanks for the suggestions! I am running a around 70 card deck with 23 mana, and I figured so I have to have at least 1/3 of my deck as mana, which is the same ratio as 20 mana for a 60 card deck. I would love to add more burn, but I don't know if I should make my deck bigger or not. I have a few Electrostatic Field already, but I don't think they're really that useful. I would rather save space of play for 2 mana cards like Satyr Firedancer. I'm thinking about putting one Monastery Swiftspear into the mix just for the heck of it.

Mewn on Whabba testy

1 year ago

Thank you again! I did some of the changes suggested, mainly ditched Wind-Scarred Crag for basic lands, removed Goldwarden's Helm, Electrostatic Field and Magnetic Theft for Lightning Helix (A card that I didn't realize existed and fits very well!) and changed around the numbers for other cards. Kept Dueling Rapier since it's good as a flash +2/0 card that costs only one mana, has come in handy in some matches against friends

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