Inordinate Rage

Inordinate Rage

Instant

Target creature gets +3/+2 until end of turn. Scry 1.

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Inordinate Rage Discussion

Kukkakaali on Tuhmeliinit Cube

4 months ago

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Gidgetimer on MirrorWing Dragon and Inordinate Rage

11 months ago

The scry effect doesn't target. Spells or abilities only target when they specifically use the word "target". So Inordinate Rage or Crimson Wisps would only target the creature, not the player.

Moghedien123 on MirrorWing Dragon and Inordinate Rage

11 months ago

So my question relates to Mirrorwing Dragon's and how it would Interact/ combo with Inordinate Rage whereby Mirrorwing Dragon effects states that

"Whenever a player casts an instant or sorcery spell that targets only Mirrorwing Dragon, that player copies that spell for each other creature he or she controls that the spell could target. Each copy targets a different one of those creatures."

Now my question is that if I use Inordinate Rage on Mirrorwing Dragon, I take it that Mirrorwing Dragon's effect would not Trigger as Inordinate Rage gives a target creature +3/+2 but it also states to Scry 1 which is in turn targeting you the player as well?

I have developed a modern deck around Mirrorwing Dragon and I just wanted to check that I am correct in regards to the above interaction after picking up Inordinate Rage in the latest pre-release .

Any help appreciated :D

Thanks for your time

Kind regards

Moghedien123

multimedia on Zagras and the Dethtouch Party

11 months ago

Hey, you're welcome.

There's 12 rogues here for the party, but only 5 clerics, 4 Warriors and 1 Wizard. These ratios of party members will make it difficult to have much mana cost reduction for Zagras especially Wizards. My advice is make these numbers more even to give you more chances to have different party members on the battlefield at once. Changeling Outcast is a budget one drop party member who can be any creature type you choose for party and it's unblockable which has good interaction with several tribal combat damage effects.

Budget Wizards to consider adding:

There's some party members who could be upgraded to better budget creatures especially the Warriors:

Blood Beckoning could be upgraded to Nullpriest of Oblivion who is a two drop Cleric or if you cast with kicker you can reanimate any creature in your graveyard. Beckoning doesn't reanimate it recurs the creature/creatures to your hand which is a big difference. Searing Barrage could be upgraded to any Wizard party member because this removal spell is not needed as it's the least good and costs the most mana for what it does.


Some cards to consider cutting:

Pump spells that only pump one creature one time such as Infuriate are subpar in Commander especially when you can only cast them once. If the spell pumped all creatures you control, protected the creature from removal or it made the creature have huge power with evasion then that's different, but the pump spells here don't do that. More draw is more impactful than pump.