Fury of the Horde

Fury of the Horde


You may exile two red cards from your hand rather than pay Fury of the Horde's mana cost.

Untap all creatures that attacked this turn. After this main phase, there is an additional combat phase followed by an additional main phase.

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Fury of the Horde Discussion

1empyrean on Bloody Hell: Florian EDH

13 hours ago

I was having a discussion earlier about Florian, and possibly using him as a Dragon's Approach commander. The idea is the same thing you have here, but with less emphasis on permanents to deal the damage.

The payoff would be that you could use Fury of the Horde, Relentless Assault, Seize the Day, or World at War with Spellweaver Helix as more ways to get extra combat and main phases.

It's a weird idea I felt like sharing, and quite possibly janky badness. Anyways, good luck with the deck. Florian looks like fun.

Last_Laugh on Narset Says "My Turn" *Primer*

1 month ago

Got a big list of possible inclusions and cards to cut for ya. I'll try to keep things budget(ish) friendly, but there's a few I'm not suggesting that're worth trading up for.

Inclusions: Fury of the Horde, Mizzix's Mastery, Relentless Assault, Seize the Day, World at War, Razia's Purification, Mystical Tutor, Mind's Desire, Bonus Round, and/or Storm Herd.

Cuts: Approach of the Second Sun, Reconstruct History, Solve the Equation, Conjurer's Closet, and a few counterspells.

TypicalTimmy on What Conversations do you not …

1 month ago

Gruul_Ultimatum, I am not well versed in Regeneration. I understand what we call the "shield", and I understand how it works: Tap, remove from combat, remove all damage marked on it, if it would die instead leave it on the battlefield.

If it is being removed from combat, doesn't that negate it dealing combat damage?

Like for example, I am running Jund Dragons and I have Scourge of Valkas out. I swing, but an opponent puts on the stack a kill spell such as Doom Blade .

I cast Golgari Charm , picking Regenerate.

Valkas is removed from combat, so no combat damage.

However if I then, during my 2nd main phase, cast a Dragon and it ETB, Scourge is still able to deal non-combat damage.

Similarly, if I have a means of a second combat phase, such as Fury of the Horde , Scourge can still attack and deal combat damage this turn, as it is a new combat phase and Fury untaps him.

So, may I ask to clarify what you said above? Is that what you meant, by going "around" the rules via additional steps and cards?

Or am I simply misunderstanding the rules from the start?

SynergyBuild on Omniscience or Cyclonic Rift?

1 month ago

RNR_Gaming I think the competitive lists still use tutors to top with Enter the Infinite -> Omniscience on top -> Fury of the Horde to get another attack casting the Omniscience for the win.

Some shortcut skipping Omniscience for Jace, Wielder of Mysteries , but the fact is getting it off of a freecast lets you start getting your extra turn spells and combat spells from hand even after you Armageddon .

alechodgin23 on Yidris, Maelstrom Thief

2 months ago

That makes sense. It may be a good idea to include some cards that give Yidris double strike because then your spells cascade twice: - Assault Strobe - Berserkers' Onslaught - Blood Mist

Also, some extra combat steps would be awesome in here. They would also allow your spells to cascade twice as long as you connect both combats: - Aggravated Assault - Fury of the Horde - Relentless Assault

I’d recommend including Sunbird's Invocation for more value.

I’d also recommend having a back up win condition within the deck that doesn’t revolve around combat like Torment of Hailfire . Imagine casting a huge TOH with it copied a couple times!

Could you check out my spell slinger deck? I’d love to get your take on it! It may even give you some more ideas. Here’s the link:

Sacrifice Lands and Recur Them for the Win!

wallisface on Swiftspear Insanity

3 months ago

Looking at your current list, I think you should drop:

Also, i'm not sure why you're running Inkmoth Nexus . This deck is not going to be able to win by infect damage, and its not something that you should be aiming for. With all of your spells requiring red mana, this land could hurt you more than help you (you'd be better off running Mountains instead of these).

I didn't mention Fury of the Horde and Twinflame , as you said you'd really want to include them, and I do think Fury of the Horde at least has a decent chance of being useful as a 1-of in the deck. I do think you're going to have a really hard time making full use of Twinflame , but it shouldn't hurt your deck too much as a 1-of.

wallisface on Swiftspear Insanity

3 months ago

Cool, the mono-red prowess list i pasted above is probably a good resource to use for reference then.

If you’re playing Fury of the Horde you’ll want to highly-value any 1cmc spells that can replace themselves (like Crash Through , just so you have enough resources to pitch to Fury.

For Twinflame you’ll probably want to value no-mana spells like Mutagenic Growth , and Gut Shot also - as prowess decks often have very-low land counts and you’re unlikely to have any many left in the turn after spending two on Twinflame.

Omniscience_is_life on Swiftspear Insanity

3 months ago

Hiya wallisface, thanks for the insight! I know literally nothing about Modern (as you may have guessed by the fact that my only Modern decks on T/O are a Dryad tribal one and this), but it certainly is fun to take a break from EDH and try and break a little corner of a different format ;)

As to your actual suggestion: I think I'd like to go the prowess route, but I'm keeping my super-secret tech like Twinflame and Fury of the Horde in!

Addendum--after seeing your most recent post: appreciate the resources!

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