Furor of the Bitten

Furor of the Bitten

Enchantment — Aura

Enchant creature

Enchanted creature gets +2/+2 and attacks each turn if able.

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Set Rarity
Innistrad (ISD) Common

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Highlander Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Furor of the Bitten Discussion

Kjartan on Vampire Night

1 year ago

Furor of the Bitten is fine. Not great, just fine... You having Vampire Nighthawk helps it a lot.

The problem with it is that outside of Nighthawk, the fact that it invites your opponent to destroy two of your cards with just one of theirs is probably not worth +2/+2 and a mild downside.

If your early kills were more consistent I would be a bigger fan, but you're more of a turn 5-6 deck than a turn 3-4 deck.

It is a decent threat though, and I'm not inherently against playing it in a Nighthawk list.

LostDragon01 on Rakdos Cackler Turn 1 Win - PDH

2 years ago

wraya2 Im very like the idea of killing opponent in 2nd turn or 3d.

But, what chance of it? I consider "stable" deck that have 50% chance of do_key_thing at turn N. If in your deck you dont killing opponent until turn 4, you most likely lose.

I tryed to run 6 playtests and i was forced to mullingan 5 of this times because i had no lands in hand. So, my first suggestion is add 4-5 lands. 31 would be fine for early Ramp decks like Elves, but you better to have starting hand always with two lands.

My second suggestion is have more mana on turn 1-2: Lotus Petal, Simian Spirit Guide for example.

Dragon Mantle better then Crown of Flames, but i suggest to remove it at all, because it wouldn't help you to win on turn 2-3
Furor of the Bitten and Taste for Mayhem better then Unholy Strength

Pscioed on $10 Super Budget Aggro

2 years ago


I'm glad you like it, thanks for commenting!

I have played the cycling lands in various decks, and finally decided to pull them out of all my turn 1-2-3 decks. Whenever I play the land in the first 3 turns, it hurts significantly. Cycling on exactly turn 4 is maybe ok, but most turns after that I'm just losing anyway, cycle or not. So no cycling lands in this deck is just a personal rule I've made for myself to avoid trying to get too cute with the lands.

Built to Smash seems great, go for it! I have no idea what to cut for it though.

Furor of the Bitten is really good too. I'm just going all in on triggering Kiln Fiend by playing Reckless Charge instead.

Rathgar99 on $10 Super Budget Aggro

2 years ago

Love this deck, thank you. I'm using it as a template for my first pauper deck.

Some quick comments.

Maybe go with 16 Mountains and a 3 Forgotten Cave? The deck is so streamlined, it's not starved for mana at all.

I'm putting in a few Built to Smash, seems to synergy nicely with the Immolating Souleater.

And speaking of synergy, what do you think of adding Furor of the Bitten? It goes well with Satyr Hoplite making a 4/4 Turn 2.

Tyrant-Thanatos on Bloodcrazed Goblin&Furor of the Bitten

2 years ago

Yeah, as Epochalyptik put it, the phrase "if able" on Furor of the Bitten is key. Because Bloodcrazed Goblin isn't able if your opponent hasn't taken damage, it isn't forced to attack.

Tyrant-Thanatos on Bloodcrazed Goblin&Furor of the Bitten

2 years ago

No and no. An aura would have to grant Haste in order to overwrite summoning sickness. The two effects of Furor of the Bitten and Bloodcrazed Goblin do interact though. The resulting creature would be a 4/4 that can only attack, and HAS to attack, if your opponent has been dealt damage this turn.

colton815 on Bloodcrazed Goblin&Furor of the Bitten

2 years ago

key words here are "if able". if something is preventing a creature from attacking, then it is not able. Furor of the Bitten by itself does not make a creature able to attack when it otherwise could not.

Not_Sure on Bloodcrazed Goblin&Furor of the Bitten

2 years ago

Does Furor of the Bitten's ability overwrite Bloodcrazed Goblin's inability to attack unless opponent has been damaged this turn? Also does Furor of the Bitten overwrite summoning sickness?

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