Kindle the Carnage

Kindle the Carnage

Sorcery

Discard a card at random. If you do, Kindle the Carnage deals damage equal to that card's converted mana cost to each creature. You may repeat this process any number of times.

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Legality

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

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Kindle the Carnage Discussion

Brickhouse on TRON Lightning Rod

1 month ago

Nice budget suggestion! Solid maybe card. I think Kindle the Carnage may have some problems though. I would have to see how it works with the stack because I think it would kill my creatures before they could sling the full 20 damage to the player. It would definitely work with Brash Taunter or something like Stuffy Doll . I'd have to ask a judge how this situation will play out. Would Kindle the Carnage resolve all the instances of repeating it's self at the same time or would it resolve one at a time and kill the creature? Reading the question I would say it resolves all at once. However I don't have judge status.

Depending on that, that's a solid suggestion! Red heavy. It could work well for a turn 3 win. (with a Mogg Maniac turn 2). I'll have to see if there is room in the deck for Kindle the Carnage !!

Flooremoji on TRON Lightning Rod

1 month ago

Have you considered Kindle the Carnage ?

Flooremoji on Moden Prosperity Bloom?

2 years ago

DuTogira Hah! Already made Kindle the Carnage/Nahiri's Wrath combo. Bout a month ago, but I didn't like the stuffy doll effects, so I cut them for Ragged Veins and somthin else.

DuTogira on Moden Prosperity Bloom?

2 years ago

actually to add to my above comment, you don't even need stuffy doll. rulings on Kindle the Carnage state that creatures don't die till you're done iterating it, so you could get away with Boros Reckoner and some of the heaviest bricks you can find in modern such as Worldspine Wurm. Just an idea.

DuTogira on Moden Prosperity Bloom?

2 years ago

You might be able to brew up something spicy with Kindle the Carnage, Swans of Bryn Argoll, and Stuffy Doll or something jank like that. It might not be good... but it's certainly hard to interact with, and its better than nothing.

Drakorya on Burning Doll

2 years ago

Kindle the Carnage and Nahiri's Wrath are only really playable if you add some high CMC cards like Emrakul, the Aeons Torn, Ghalta, Primal Hunger, or Autochthon Wurm. They make the deck more of an all-in combo deck.

For your deck it's probably better to just rely on Blasphemous Act and Volcano Hellion, that way you don't need to add more high CMC enablers.

DrukenReaps on Burning Doll

2 years ago

I might lose Spitemare entirely in favor of 1 more Boros Reckoner, Stuffy Doll, and Volcano Hellion but I could also use those spots for the Skred or Kindle the Carnage...

Drakorya on Burning Doll

2 years ago

You could try using cards like Kindle the Carnage and Nahiri's Wrath, along with some big CMC cards as a combo kill with your creatures. Kind of like the old Ragged Veins/Spiteful Shadows combo decks.

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