Inquisitor's Flail

Inquisitor's Flail

Artifact — Equipment

If equipped creature would deal combat damage, it deals double that damage instead.

If another creature would deal combat damage to equipped creature, it deals double that damage to equipped creature instead.

Equip 2

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Inquisitor's Flail Discussion

Sorin_Markov_1947 on Feather - Righteous Strike

1 month ago

With Feather, you need to lean one way or the other, pump or burn. Cards like Firebrand Archer won't do much of anything in a deck that wins by Commander damage, whereas the pump is best replaced in a burn deck. This deck leans more toward pump, so I'll suggest cards for that.

Ajani's Presence is strictly better than some of the protection spells in here. Inquisitor's Flail is a repeatable way to double Feather's damage, it also stacks with both double strike and Unleash Fury. Kediss, Emberclaw Familiar turns a one=person kill into a full win. Blacksmith's Skill is just about the best protection spell you could ever want. Sejiri Shelter  Flip is a relevant MDFC. Intimidation Bolt can save you games. Impact Resonance can help you deal with problems too, and speaking of removal, you need some boardwipes. Austere Command is a very flexible sweeper, Blasphemous Act is a quality cheap one that you can frequently protect your own stuff from, and Slaughter the Strong is also cheap and mostly doesn't affect you. If you're running Sunforger, you really need to run Magnetic Theft to fetch on the first activation. It's a very effective combo. And then Storm-Kiln Artist is just a must in every Feather deck. It turns your engine from good to game-ending in seconds. Show of Confidence is also a game-ender, pairs very well with the storm aspect of the deck and the counters are permanent and it's hard to counter.

Generally higher-quality spells to have that are in my deck include Infuriate, Light of Hope, Stave Off, and Rile (it may be a sorcery, but trample is very relevant).

If you find your stuff is getting countered, or you need to use spells but Feather can't stay out, recursion like Dreadhorde Arcanist, Mavinda, Students' Advocate, and Past in Flames might be worth looking into.

In general, remove two-cost spells if possible, remove burn, and think about what color your mana production is. In my experience, most of the spells you want to cast multiple times are white, so red-mana production is less valuable. And Remote Farm will backfire very quickly without a way to increase its counters or blink it. There are a few other cards in here that just aren't quite good enough if you need advice on more things to take out.

If your playgroup starts to adapt, like mine did, and runs cards that don't care about your protection like Sakashima's Will, Out of Time, Extinction Event, etc., think about Eerie Interlude. It's three mana and one-time protection, but it can get you out of a rough spot that no other card can.

Dual-lands are very important in my experience. Consider Alpine Meadow, Command Tower (a must in every EDH deck), Stone Quarry, Thriving Heath, Thriving Bluff, and Wind-Scarred Crag.

multimedia on Dragon

2 months ago

Hey, good start on some what of a budget.

There's some budget Commander staples to consider adding for ramp and color fixing for five colors:

Current cards here that I don't think you need because they aren't as good as others:

If interested I offer more advice. Good luck with your deck.

Lines82 on Traxos, Scourge of the Wastes

4 months ago

I made some changes with the deck. I included the Fireshrieker and Inquisitor's Flail.

B0NGUS on Rograkh is the Final Boss

7 months ago

I had a FUN match Friday night where I fought 4 opponents (2 cedh level folks and 2 rookies) and popped off as first player with Kher Keep into Sol Ring into Arcane Signet into Steelshaper's Gift which tutored Colossus Hammer into my hand. I then cast Rograkh, Son of Rohgahh for 0 of course, followed by Jeweled Lotus for 0 of course, which I cracked to cast Ardenn, Intrepid Archaeologist . Turn two, I attached Colossus Hammer to Roger and swung at the biggest threat before they had their 2nd turn. Turn 3, I killed them (I forget the other equipment I had attached, but I breached 21 commander damage). Turn 4, I cast Inquisitor's Flail , turning Roger's swings into 1-hit kills and killed player 3. Turn 5 I cast Argentum Armor and killed player 4 while destroying a land of the last remaining opponent. On the final turn of the game I played Masterwork of Ingenuity copying Argentum Armor and when I swung to end the final player, I destroyed 2 more of their lands.

king-saproling on Sex-Proof Selesnyabians

8 months ago

You might considering running a suite of 1-drop dorks ( Birds of Paradise , Avacyn's Pilgrim , Llanowar Elves , Fyndhorn Elves , Elvish Mystic ) and 3-drop ramp ( Overgrowth , New Horizons , Weirding Wood , Wellspring , Wolfwillow Haven , Verdant Haven ). The more of these you have, the more likely that Sigarda can drop on turn 3.

You might like these too: Battle Mastery , Duelist's Heritage , Sram, Senior Edificer , Inquisitor's Flail , Helm of the Gods

Secretmeat on Nek

8 months ago

A few suggestions. I think you probably want to run at least 35 lands in order to keep the deck running consistently. You've got some decent ramp, and all the extra draw will help, but missing land drops sucks.
You might consider the damage doublers and tripler available in red Dictate of the Twin Gods , Furnace of Rath affect everyone, Gratuitous Violence or Inquisitor's Flail work for your commander, but the best would be Angrath's Marauders or Fiery Emancipation (!triple damage!) Since they only affect you and work for all your damage sources.
Stormfist Crusader is more of what you've got.
What to cut to make room for that stuff is kind of up to you but I think Game Plan , Grixis Charm , Dimir Charm , and Spectacle Mage would all be candidates for me.
Cool deck though and pretty reasonably priced for how effective it looks like it could be.

DevoMelvminster on Hazoret, The Empty Handed

10 months ago

Did a bit of reworking, as KBK7101 pointed out some great cards that I overlooked or had decided against at one point or another.

Kazuul, Tyrant of the Cliffs was dropped for Kusari-Gama because they serve a similar purpose in preventing/discouraging blockers or attacker (can’t attack if you blocked and have no creatures), and it won’t be board wiped like Kazuul.

Daretti, Scrap Savant was meant to be card advantage and artifact recurral, but as great as he is, he cost a fair bit, and is fragile. I slotted Firestorm in in his spot. Another board wipe/discard outlet was definitely needed.

Illusionist's Bracers were an alternate win con, but the deck doesn’t really keep enough cards in hand to reliably pull it off, even with some of the janky artifact based draw and recur lines that can be pieced together. Repercussion does the job much better; there’s a LOT of damage bases effects that hit multiple creatures. This card is going to be an all star.

Now that we no longer rely on discard as an alternate win con, we’re leaning a little more into voltron and adding another big equipment to make Hazoret deadly. Enter Inquisitor's Flail . Boom. Hazoret make people dead real good with this, and since my ramp is entirely artifact based, it’s more reliable than Blackblade Reforged . We dropped Aggravated Assault for this since i’m not running Neheb, the Eternal to make infinite combat steps. May revisit this later, but I don’t usually have much spare mana to dump into it, so i feel fine with the swap.

Let me know what y’all think!

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