Fanatic of Mogis

Fanatic of Mogis

Creature — Minotaur Shaman

When Fanatic of Mogis enters the attlefield, it deals damage to each opponent equal to your devotion to red. (Each in the mana costs of permanents you control counts towards your devotion to red.)

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Fanatic of Mogis Discussion

seshiro_of_the_orochi on Coach Kardur

3 days ago

This looks pretty cool!

Cauldron of Souls with a sac-outlet and a way to put +1 counters on Kardur seems like a great option for more goading. Also, Vengeful Ancestor and Karazikar, the Eye Tyrant seem like great additional ways to goad some creatures. The same is true for Bloodthirsty Blade and especially Shiny Impetus.

Finally, as you're already planning to trigger Kardurs etb as often as possible, Gray Merchant of Asphodel and Fanatic of Mogis would be great alternative wincons.

seshiro_of_the_orochi on Friendship ended with Orvar, Rionya is my new BF

8 months ago

What do you think, might Chain of Plasma be a good inclusion here? As you have nothing indestructible to target with it, it might cost you something between 3 and 30 life to pull of, but getting multiple token copies of e.g. Fanatic of Mogis or Terror of the Peaks seems fine.

seshiro_of_the_orochi on The hottest dance

9 months ago

I mean, like... Fanatic of Mogis ? Just with your commander, Fanatic and and two spells in a turn with no additional devotion is 18 damage to each opponent.

TDemers on OH LORD JESUS IT'S CORONAVIRUS | WASH YOUR HANDS

1 year ago

I agree with cutting Fanatic of Mogis, Quest for Pure Flame and Seething Song.

I tested them and ended up cutting the three of them from my build. Fanatic's damage is too conditional on an existing board state, Quest was too much of a conditional win more for me and seething song never played out the way I thought because exploding early into Neheb only made sure he was quickly removed by the table.

Profet93 on Damage with norin :D

1 year ago
Ok first of all, +1. I like this deck. Relatively low to the ground for Norin, has a general sense of purpose (dealing damage). I have a several comments and suggestions...

Fanatic of Mogis - I've found him to be lackluster, what has your experience been with it, do you usually have enough devotion to make him meaningful?

Pia and Kiran Nalaar - Similar to above, but I see you have another theme of tokens and damage dealing ETB enchantments/cards. I just find the activated ability to expensive and slow. I would always rather play something from my hand.

Deflecting Swat - Such an amazing card, but if only Norin could stay. What has your experience been with it in Norin, I'm very tempted to slot one in.

Sculpting Steel - Same question as above?

What is your meta comprised of, power level?

Darksteel Citadel - What is the purpose of this, stealing an artifact with confusion?

Roiling Vortex - Meta call?

Cloudstone Curio - Experience with this card, ups and downs?

It feels you suffer from red's lack of card draw, to be addressed in suggestions below. You have virtual card advantage through looting, but little card advantage aside from wheels and a little others.

Tome of Legends - Best card for Norin ever printed. Don't sleep on this

Endless Atlas - Almost as good as above

Hedron Archive/Mind Stone - Ramp when you need it, card draw when you don't

Mind's Eye/Memory Jar - Top of the curve for draw but can help you out when you need then late game. Mind's eye is especially fun with wheels and Honor-Worn Shaku, as you use shaku + norin and mind's eye to draw during each opponents draw step.

Blast Zone - Speaking of red's weakness, this can work as enchantment removal.

I think you should cut some of the less impactful non basics and add more basics. This will fuel valakut and will help you with extraplanar lens - which itself is a very risky card.

A cool combo (not a serious suggestion but funny to note) is Ugin, the Ineffable + Top + Experimental Frenzy = Draw your whole deck. Each piece is good on it's own (maybe even frenzy in this deck given your lack of card draw?) and Ugin works as both card draw and enchantment removal.

Heat Shimmer + Dualcaster = Infinite Hasty Dualcasters, each piece is good on it's own. There are 1-2 other cards that work with dualcaster as well but escape me at the moment.

Light Up the Stage - With all your damage dealing, this is easy to cast, works well with top too, allowing you to knowingly be able to cast a card rather than risk it in exile.

Ignite the Future - Similar to above but flashback payoff has won me games.

Curse of Opulence - Ramp and politics. I recently had 2 games in a row in a 3 man pod where me and opponent #2 both cast this on opponent #3 on Turn 1. Very fun

Outpost Siege - Draw when you need it, damage when you don't, primarily used for draw in my experience

Gidgetimer on Do Molten Echoes tokens ETB …

1 year ago

The Fanatic enters and both its triggered ability and that of Molten Echoes trigger. You control both, so you get to decide what order they go on the stack. Fanatic of Mogis's ability counts your devotion when it resolves, so if you order the triggers so that the copy is made first both will have a devotion of 4. If you stack them so that the damage is done first the original Fanatic's devotion will be 3.

With the War Cry you con put the Fanatic trigger at any point between the copy triggers. The copy Fanatic's ability will go on the stack as soon as it is created, so the most damage will be done by putting the original fanatic trigger on the bottom of the stack followed by the ability to copy the fanatic and then the other copy abilities. The legendary rule is a SBA so the copy Neheb will be put in the graveyard as soon as it is made, before any other trigger resolves or any player receives priority

Teh_Mammoth on Do Molten Echoes tokens ETB …

1 year ago

1) Lets say I cast a Fanatic of Mogis whilst Molten Echoes is on the field (with Minotaurs named) and for simplicity there are no other non land cards on my side.

Fanatic of Mogis and the token both have the ETB of dealing damage equal to my devotion to red, but will the Echoes token and original Fanatic see each other as they ETB, therefore both seeing a devotion of 4? (2 from Echoes, 1 for each Fanatic)

OR

Does the original Fanatic enter first, its ETB + Molten Echoes trigger, then the token ETB and triggers? (Meaning the original Fanatic trigger sees 3 and the token sees 4)

2) Then to make things more complicated (just to clarify this whole thread), if I used Deathbellow War Cry to bring out 4 cards, lets say Fanatic of Mogis, Neheb, the Eternal, Kragma Warcaller, and Rageblood Shaman

Would the 4 originals plus 4 tokens enter at the same with 2 huge Fanatic of Mogis triggers

OR

The 4 originals enter, Fanatic of Mogis trigger resolves, then 4 tokens enter and 2nd Fanatic of Mogis resolves (followed by the legendary rule to sacrifice token Neheb)?

If I'm completely wrong in both circumstances then please explain further below if you can and I apologise for the lengthy question.

Teh_Mammoth on Panharmonicon Triggers with Tribute

1 year ago

With the new Sethron legendary I've been looking at minotaurs and the possibility of adding in Panharmonicon for a giggle.

To my knowledge (correct me if I'm wrong and the rest can be ignored), Panharmonicon can double the triggers of something entering (such as if Fanatic of Mogis etb's with Pan on the field, you get two etb triggers) but I'm unsure on how the Tribute on Oracle of Bones would work.

Would I get:

  1. One trigger for an opponent to put 2 counters on, then get to play 2 instants/soceries if tribute wasn't paid
  2. One trigger for an opponent to put 2 counters on, then get to play 1 instant/sorcery for each instance of tribute wasn't paid
  3. Neither of the above, which if so, can someone kindly explain the result

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