Goblin Bombardment

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Legality

Format Legality
1v1 Commander 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
Penny Dreadful Legal
Premodern Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

Goblin Bombardment

Enchantment

Sacrifice a creature: This deals 1 damage to target creature, player or planeswalker.

king-saproling on Omelette du Fromage

21 hours ago

(cont.) Being able to sacrifice creatures at no cost is vital for setting up and running the combo. Any one of these works as a sac outlet, though some are a bit tricky to use correctly:

Betrothed of Fire
Goblin Bombardment
Spawning Pit
Altar of Dementia
Jinxed Idol
Jinxed Ring
Blasting Station
Fanatical Devotion
Grafted Wargear
Ashnod's Altar
Phyrexian Altar
Martyr's Cause
Tooth and Claw

king-saproling on Omelette du Fromage

21 hours ago

Sure thing shadowjules. Since every creature in the deck (aside from Pulmonic Sliver) is a changeling, they are all both Eggs and Slivers. So if you sacrifice the egg Atla makes, or just any changeling, you will reveal cards from your deck via Atla's ability to get either: 1) another changeling or 2) Pulmonic Sliver. If you get another changeling, just sacrifice it and repeat until you get Pulmonic Sliver. Once the Sliver is out, when you sacrifice a changeling you can stack your triggers so that the Sliver's ability resolves first putting the sacked changeling on top of your deck, then Atla's ability resolves to put that changeling right back into play, letting you loop the changeling forever.

This loop does nothing on its own, but any one of the following cards allow you to win from looping changelings:

Dragon Tempest
Goblin Bombardment
Impact Tremors
Altar of Dementia
Embalmer's Tools
Relic Vial
Blasting Station
Vigilante Justice
Kyren Negotiations
Outpost Siege
Where Ancients Tread
Warstorm Surge

zapyourtumor on Exploding Goblins - $30 Budget Build

3 weeks ago

Goblin Bombardment is probably the strongest goblin sac outlet in the game. I would at least replace the Collateral Damages with these, and maybe an impact tremors.

Worrad75 on Attack-harmonicon

1 month ago

Thanks for the suggestions! These are all fantastic. You certainly know your way around an Isshin list!

I had Hammers of Moradin in my original list in my notes tab, not sure how it didn't make it; I'll swap that in for Commissar Severina Raine as a budget option. It seems better in the midgame anyways, where people have some blockers but not a massive boardstate.

i feel silly for not thinking of Ogre Battledriver sooner! I had it in my old krenko deck and it's an absolute HOUSE. Its coming in. Fervor not being a creature and Ardoz not giving things other than the 1/1s haste seem like deal breakers for the moment.

Zhentarim Bandit is one I haven't seen and I think I'll swap it in for Honored Crop-Captain for now; My only reservation is that the 2/1 body seems a bit too fragile to attack with unless I have something to give it evasion/protection, so it seems conditionally good. That being said, its a 2 drop and mana is good at all points of the game so the floor is probably higher than that of crop-captain, although the ceiling is lower.

I like Tocasia's Welcome, but I think I prefer Thorough Investigation just because I happen to have 2 other really good venture cards, and in my goldfishing I've run into a couple situations where I have tons of mana and no card draw, so its a bit of a hedge. It also works as a nice plan B if I can pair it with Emberwilde Captain and play psuedo pillowfort in a pinch. Certainly an option after more field-testing though.

I like Inquisitorial Rosette but not sure what i'd take out for it. Maybeboard for now.

I've flipflopped a lot on the etb damage trigger cards, another card I've considered in that slot would be Goblin Bombardment. They all just seem like win-more cards in this deck, haste enablers would result in roughly the same amount of damage and have a higher floor. Also since I'm taking out Severina Raine for the moment, the group slug subtheme is more just Mishra at this point (finger's crossed I get to double his melded attack trigger at least once, that would be epic!)

wallisface on Explody

1 month ago

This deck here may help inspire you. Namely, you want actual payoffs for sacrificing your stuff, like Mayhem Devil. You probably also want easy sac-outlets, like Goblin Bombardment or Carrion Feeder. At the moment your deck doesn’t really gain anything from sacrificing stuff, and it doesn’t really have many repeatable ways to sacrifice either.

keizerbuns on You Know What They Say, Persistence Is Key

2 months ago

I actually saw your deck a little while ago and I thought it was awesome! Your deck is probably what subconsciously gave me the idea for mine haha.

I know dropping red would probably make the deck a little more consistent, but I think splashing an additional color to get a 2 cost payoff with Goblin Bombardment over using using a 3 cost payoff like Blasting Station has been worth it. I very rarely end up with no red source mana when I have bombardment in my hand.

I like your idea of using Kitchen Finks as a third wincon so I might actually drop the Safehold Elite for it, but I’m just a little hesitant to increase the average cmc. I’ll do some play testing with Finks though and see how much better the deck runs with it.

Thanks for the upvote and the idea, jags, it’s much appreciated!

keizerbuns on Persistent Turn 3 Goblins

2 months ago

Nice deck! Have you ever thought about using Goblin Bombardment in place of Judith, the Scourge Diva or Mayhem Devil? Not only is Bombardment a cheaper way of accomplishing basically the same thing as them but it also doubles as its own sac outlet that synergizes better with Skirk Prospector since no black mana is needed to cast it.

multimedia on Korvold Counters

2 months ago

Hey, make your deck here and link to it? Just seeing what you have so far for a deck list can help those who want to help you. What direction you're going and what the budget is, such as do you have or can you afford Dockside Extortionist?

Ratio 3:1, 3 fodder sources to 1 sac outlet. In my opinion a lower amount of quality sac outlets is better than a large quantity of lesser sac outlets. Sac fodder is more important for gameplay than sac outlets. Korvold can be a repeatable sac source if you have fodder, but to keep attacking with Korvold you need fodder. Sac outlets also need fodder to grow Korvold as well as draw more quicker and to combo which can be a wincon Goblin Bombardment.

Fodder doesn't have to come from just tokens it can come from one drop mana dorks Ignoble Hierarch, mana rocks Arcane Signet, lands Ramunap Excavator, creatures who can reanimate themselves Reassembling Skeleton and enchantments that can return to hand Rancor. Use dorks to help to ramp into Korvold first and then they can be fodder. If you draw them after you control Korvold then they're only 1 mana to be fodder. Rocks are worse as fodder than dorks because the better sac outlets only sac creatures.

Creatures and other permanents that can self-sac, not needing a sac outlet are helpful Viscera Seer, Sakura-Tribe Elder, Haywire Mite, Plaguecrafter, Mind Stone, Fabled Passage, etc. Treasures Tireless Provisioner and Eldrazi Spawns Pawn of Ulamog are nice value with Korvold, permanents to sac to make mana and draw. Repeatable sac outlets are best, but some nonpermanent spells that sac a permanent to give more value than the mana cost are good too Diabolic Intent, Victimize, Deadly Dispute, Eldritch Evolution, Harrow.

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