Impact Tremors

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Legality

Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper Duel Commander Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Pioneer Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

Impact Tremors

Enchantment

Whenever a creature enters the battlefield under your control, this deals 1 damage to each opponent.

TonJolley on Krenko's spring break party

2 weeks ago

Impact Tremors could be a nice include when you are focusing on pumping out tokens.

seshiro_of_the_orochi on SKELETONS!

2 weeks ago

Jund sounds correct, but maybe instead of Kresh the Bloodbraided, go with Sek'Kuar, Deathkeeper?

His tokens are as close to skeletons as possible without actually being those, and he fits the flavour of a skeleton army flooding the battlefield.

This would basically be a aristocrat-esque tribal deck that could dish out quite a lot of damage with Impact Tremors, Warstorm Surge and other similar cards.

You already want to recurr creatures, so Tortured Existence and Phyrexian Reclamation seem useful.

Also: Underworld Sentinel is an underestimated powerhouse.

plakjekaas on Torbran, Thane of Red Fell …

3 weeks ago

Both Impact Tremors and Altar of the Brood are Enter the Battlefield-triggers, meaning when Torbran or Bruvac resolves, and is put on the battlefield, the trigger is created (the creature is in play at this point). Then, when the trigger resolves, replacement effects are checked, the trigger sees the creature in play, and edits damage/milling accordingly.

So yes, Torbran deals 3 damage to each opponent with Impact Tremors in play, and Bruvac makes each opponent mill 2 with Altar of the Brood in play.

Fuzzy003 on Torbran, Thane of Red Fell …

3 weeks ago

Just checking if Torbran, Thane of Red Fell's effect adds on to Impact Tremors when he ETB's? So when he comes in he triggers for 3 damage or 1 damage?

Similar question with Bruvac the Grandiloquent + Altar of the Brood. Does Bruvac the Grandiloquent only trigger 1 mill or 2 with Altar of the Brood already in play?

TypicalTimmy on The semi-competitive Hive

4 weeks ago

You need more ways to load your hand up. Suppose you get a good thing going and you have maybe 4 spells in hand. Plenty of mana, so you cast it all and cascade a bunch. But then you get hit with a wrath and have nothing left.

You want to focus on many ways to get cards back in your hand to keep your engine from sputtering out. I would also suggest both ETB damage effects, even minor ones such as Impact Tremors, as well as death triggers such as Blood Artist. This way you deal damage upon entry and exit, regardless of if you even contacted in combat.

Although, this is all pure speculation. I have never built a cascade deck, but I have seen them "cascade into nothing" too often. It's not my particular cup of tea, but I would ward against sputtering with the damage and life loss methods I mentioned above.

Perhaps search for other The First Sliver decks to see how they are built. See if you can find some within a few hundred dollars of yours. They may not exactly be budget, but it'll give you guidance as to what should be changed and / or modified.

I hope I helped, at least a little. Upvote to help your deck get traction, so more can find it and offer advice in the future <3

Squee_Spirit_Guide on DragonForce - Through the Fire and Flames

4 weeks ago

Straight away, this is a deck I'd enjoy playing. I love how out of control it can get, and dragons are arguably the most nostalgic tribe in Magic, which is a big plus for me! Anyway, here's some thoughts that might be helpful as you continue testing. I'm not very knowledgeable when it comes to commander though, so take my suggestions with a pinch of salt :).

In any dragon deck, I like Zirilan of the Claw. He's a nice little tutor/sneak attack for dragons, and with the way you're set up to copy your dragons you should get at least one copy to hang around permanently. Along the lines of getting gragons out quickly, for cost reduction have you looked at Dragonspeaker Shaman or Dragonlord's Servant? I'm not sure if you're hurting in that area, but they might help if you are.

For the 'dragons or permanents that deal non-combat damage' category there's Bogardan Hellkite and Shivan Hellkite. Both are pretty high on the mana curve, but I like the repeatability of Shivan's ability and the copyability (sure, that's a word) of Bogardan's.

Interestingly, being in blue also gives you access to clones like Vesuvan Doppelganger, Phantasmal Image, and of course Clone. With the high number of legendary creatures they might not always have a target, but I think they would most of the time and it could really let you double up on tokens, triggers, and effects.

This is probably getting a little too cute, but Archwing Dragon and all its tokens would repeatedly trigger things like Impact Tremors. You wouldn't get to keep the tokens, but being able to cast a dragon every turn might have some value. Like I said, I'm probably stretching with that one.

Those are just some ideas I had when looking through the list. You'll know better from your testing if any of them have value, but I hope I at least mentioned a couple that are helpful :)

TypicalTimmy on I have Esix and Ganax …

4 weeks ago

This deck is absolutely bonkers. I just finished another playtest (not against any players; Just testing to find themes, synergies, combos, curves, etc) and ended Turn 7 with the following:

Along with (according to the screenshot) 58 cards in hand.

I "ended" the turn when I ran out of mana, lolol

Rivel on Krenko's Goblin Cannon

1 month ago

Im gonna go ahead and list off some goblins that I think will be great additions to your deck, while also trying to keep them mostly cheap to acquire. Goblin Matron, Goblin Warchief, Goblin Trashmaster, Siege-Gang Commander, Krenko, Tin Street Kingpin, Goblin Ringleader, Goblin Recruiter, Goblin Instigator, Muxus, Goblin Grandee, Warren Instigator

Token Generation: Dragon Fodder, cheap, creates more goblins. Nuff said. Removal: Chaos Warp. Mono red staple.
Burn: Massive Raid, great way to cut an opponents hp pool down to size or act as a finisher. Also can serve as targeted removal in a pinch. Impact Tremors, I cannot recommend this card enough for your deck! It fits in soo well. Carddraw: Hazoret's Monument also doubles as discount! Endless Atlas card draw for practically no downside. Haster: Fervor, much harder to remove than your goblins that add haste. A solid card for any red aggro deck.

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