Haze of Rage

Haze of Rage


Buyback (2) (You may pay an additional (2) as you play this spell. If you do, put this card into your hand as it resolves.)

Creatures you control get +1/+0 until end of turn.

Storm (When you play this spell, copy it for each spell played before it this turn.)

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Set Rarity
Future Sight (FUT) Uncommon

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Format Legality
Block Constructed Legal
Vintage Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Highlander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Modern Legal
Leviathan Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Legacy Legal
Limited Legal
Custom Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

Haze of Rage occurrence in decks from the last year

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Haze of Rage Discussion

kpres on Kykar Spirit Bomb

3 hours ago

+1 to the Mana Echoes. If you have 4 spirits in play with Mana Echoes and you play Haze of Rage, then you get an infinite combo. Mana echoes also combos with Twilight Drover. creates two spirits; then, Mana echoes creates , plus for each other spirit in play. For each that you have, you can net exponentially , then , then , etc.

Epicurus on Kykar's Tokens & Cantrips

1 month ago

Hello there. Just stumbled into this deck and thought I'd throw in my two cents. You've already had some incredibly detailed comments, and I intentionally avoid infinite combos myself, so I don't know if my two cents will even be worth half a penny to you here, but I'll share anyway.

The cards in my own Kykar deck that I both love having in there and don't see on your list are:

If you'd like to just look at my deck and compare notes, here's a link: The Spirit of '76

Happy tapping!

TriusMalarky on Kykar's Tokens & Cantrips

1 month ago

I really like Teferi's Ageless Insight and Whirlwind of Thought here -- they'll draw you an absolute boatload of cards.

It also looks like you're sort of trying to storm off maybe? Or are you aiming for a token horde?

I'd recommend a primary Storm plan with a secondary token flood with cards like Young Pyromancer. Empty the Warrens is great regardless of if you want to take the storm path, but Grapeshot and Brain Freeze, as well as Haze of Rage, are pretty solid win conditions.

Use to look for 1-mana red spells that draw a card. With those and Kykar, you can chain together a crapton of spells in a single turn.

Also, Battlefield Forge, Shivan Reef, Cascade Bluffs, Mystic Gate, Rugged Prairie, Skycloud Expanse, Sulfur Falls, Glacial Fortress, Clifftop Retreat should fix those 9 taplands you've got. They are all about $3 or less on TCGPlayer last I checked, so they shouldn't be too expensive.

Xenephrim on Adeliz and Combos

4 months ago

Finally, an Adeliz deck! My first recommendations are going to be Mystic Speculation, Haze of Rage, and Mizzix of the Izmagnus. Buyback spells in general work really well with Adeliz and cost reduction effects also apply to the buyback cost. Disciple of the Ring is also a creature that I personally feels belongs in a deck like this.

If you want to get crazy, Eye of the Storm and Talent of the Telepath has the potential to get absolutely nuts. And since copies cast by Eye of the Storm are still "cast", Adeliz gets her triggers.

AjaxSlumbering on March of the Fist Sun

4 months ago

May I suggest Haze of Rage?

Epicurus on Illuna, Apex of Cheats

4 months ago

Token generation spells, ramp, cantrips, Omniscience, Haze of Rage and Grapeshot. Sounds absolutely bonkers, dude! If you post it on here, drop me a link.

Epicurus on Ramos Wants Pizza

6 months ago

But I thought cheese was what you called direct damage spells. Are we not doing that anymore?

Jk, very creative way to think about Ramos. I like how you splashed in some Phyrexian spells because his identity allows it, but mostly stuck to Boros. Nice job!

It feels a little clunky in playtesting. There might be too many playoff spells and/or not enough setup spells. To be fair, I only playtested a couple of times.

I do think it would benefit from some classic stax-kit stuff, like Smoke, Winter Orb, Tangle Wire, Ensnaring Bridge, Ghostly Prison, etc. Also, Grapeshot is of course the classic Storm card, but I personally really like Haze of Rage as a spell-slinger card.

Some of these suggestions are certainly not budget friendly. However, the way I see it is if I can justify spending $20 on a bottle of wine that will last me two days, I can justify spending $30 on a piece of cardboard that I potentially will use for the rest of my life.

{Disclaimer: I don't know if you're old enough to drink, and I don't advocate underaged drinking}

lagotripha on The Legion

7 months ago

There are a bunch of cool low cmc humans/soldiers that make for fun games. Older synergies like Preeminent Captain/Ballyrush Banneret/Cenn's Tactician/Veteran's Armaments exist, cards like Akroan Crusader/Hero of the Nyxborn enable token/buff strategies with target spells, Ancestral Blade Strength of Arms and Auriok Steelshaper enable equipment synergy, Boros Keyrune is cute tribal ramp, recent Standard has a bunch of soldier tokens kicking around, from Forbidden Friendship to Garrison Cat to Haazda Marshal, older formats have cards that have fallen out of favour like Goblin Trenches while newer sets have cards that didn't see play like Memorial to Glory, there are infinite combos out there with Patrol Signaler, Timely Reinforcements/Even the Odds/Martial Coup is a thing.

Humans/soldiers is amazing because it is incredibly flexible in casual play. You can play a singleton deck, still have a deck that feels great to play, while the people facing you don't know whether you built a Haazda Marshal/Breath of Fury combo list ,a Haze of Rage go wide, Cauldron Haze midrange or Gather the Townsfolk brinksmanship/control.

Don't worry too hard about what exactly goes into the list, just worry about the curve being about right and filling it with fun cards. Things like Palace Sentinels/Throne Warden can be amazing fun despite being unsuitable for competitive play.

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