Flameshadow Conjuring

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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
Vintage Legal

Flameshadow Conjuring

Enchantment

Whenever a nontoken creature enters the battlefield under your control, you may pay . If you do, put a token onto the battlefield that's a copy of that creature. That token gains haste. Exile it at the beginning of the next end step.

bushido_man96 on Brion RW Launcher

3 weeks ago

I like Flameshadow Conjuring in here. Great way to get more bodies to throw.

Sheriff_K on Alesha, Who Smiles With Pride

1 month ago

In regards to Fable of the Mirror-Breaker  Flip, you're looking at it wrong, I consider it Ramp, Card Draw, and a Discard outlet.. the flipside potentially getting some value is just a bonus. And Flameshadow Conjuring is like a cheaper Strionic Resonator doubling ETB triggers for value.

In regards to the mana base, honestly I wouldn't know what to replace aside from Evolving Wilds/Terramorphic and Basic Swamps.. I don't really wanna go down on the Snow Duals, since they turn on the Duergar Hedge-Mage, and the Scry on Temples is great. You're right though about the reprinted Sulfurous Springs, it was so pricy before.

The reason I'm not running Goblin Bombardment, is because I'd rather my combo pieces be able to be reanimated with Alesha or serve another purpose (in the case of Ashnod's Altar, it's also Ramp.) Without a Goblin/Token strategy I feel Goblin Bombardment falls flat.

Skyclave Apparition IS an interesting choice.. I'd probably consider swapping Ravenous Chupacabra for it if anything, as that's the weakest ETB interaction creature (most of the others have combos.)

The main reason I don't have Exotic Orchard (or namely Fellwar Stone, since I'm still tempted to run Exotic Orchard) is because it's a gamble, since you may not always have opponents with the Colors you need.. And between Alesha's Cost and her Activation, you really wanna hit the RIGHT Colors.

As for Bone Shredder, I really like it since it sacs itself (Echo) to be recurred again later.

PS. Honestly I had no idea Flameshadow Conjuring combo'd with Felidar Guardian... lol. I only had it there for value. But yeah, there are so many combos with many interchangeable pieces in the deck, which I love.

PSS. Yeah, Talisman of Indulgence does take up a ton of budget, but it was... an indulgence ;P (not sorry for the pun.) I just wanted the symmetry/beauty(?) of having all the Talismans in the deck (same goes for the Temples, even though one of them might not be as good as the others Color-wise.)

multimedia on Alesha, Who Smiles With Pride

1 month ago

Hey, really nice budget version on less than $200. You have excellent deck building skills on a such a low budget. Calling this a $100 deck is a stretch though since it's closer to $200 now than $100.

The manabase has been neglected, really none of the $100 budget used, that's my only criticism. Allocate some of $100 budget, not even a lot, to lands to improve gameplay? Talisman of Indulgence, Flameshadow Conjuring, Fable of the Mirror-Breaker  Flip these cards really don't matter in the scheme of things trying to combo with Alesha. You have Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker, Fable is a lesser/more expensive Kiki that doesn't interact with Alesha. Conjuring only combos with Felidar Guardian, but so does Kiki and Kiki combos with a lot of other cards too.

The combined price of these three cards is almost $30, that much could really improve the manabase.

These are least expensive playable lands to consider adding. On a budget the Reveal/Snarl lands are fine since playing many basic lands. The next tier of budget land upgrades are the Check lands at $5 each. After them it goes much higher.


Some budget card changes to consider:

Goblin Bombardment is one of the best sac outlets in Commander since it's also a wincon, replacing the need to have an aristocrat with combos. Cultist of the Absolute is amazing for one mana, giving Alesha flying with 6 power combined with first strike and being a repeatable sac outlet at your upkeep. Skyclave Apparition just got reprinted and it's excellent repeatable exile most nonland permanent effect.

Good luck with your deck.

Gidgetimer on Flameshadow Conjuring ETB Interaction

2 months ago

The way you described it doesn't work. You have to choose targets for spells and abilities when you put them on the stack. So the original Diluvian Primordial's ability will have to have chosen targets before the token is even created.

To accomplish something similar, you could put the Flameshadow Conjuring trigger on the stack first and then the Diluvian Primordial trigger on top of it. You will cast the three spells in your opponent's GYs and then any spells cast in response will be in their GY when the token copy enters and it's ETB has to choose targets.

Pedrodamus on Flameshadow Conjuring ETB Interaction

2 months ago

If there's only 1 instant/sorcery in each of my opponents graveyards and i have a Diluvian Primordial enter and trigger Flameshadow Conjuring, will both the token copy and original have to target the same 3 instant and or sorceries? Or, can I have the ETBs resolve in such a way where the original enters and I put the ETB on the stack, respond to the Flameshadow trigger and pay the cost which creates a token copy and i put its ETB on the stack which i resolve first targeting the instants/sorceries in my opponents graveyards. The way i'm picturing this is , if my opponents respond to the spells i target with the copy ETB and they put additional instants in their bins, will i be able to target those with the original Primordial ETB that is still on the stack waiting to resolve after the copy's etb finishes resolving and exiles the original 3 spells from the bins?

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