Creature — Ouphe
When Kitchen Finks enters the battlefield, you gain 2 life.
Persist (When this creature is put into a graveyard from the battlefield, if it had no -1/-1 counters on it, return it to play under its owner's control with a -1/-1 counter on it.)
|Have (3)||JuneBlue58 , CampbellStev , lorddarkstar|
Combos Browse all
- Archangel of Thune + Kitchen Finks + Viscera Seer
- Good-Fortune Unicorn + Kitchen Finks
- Heliod, Sun-Crowned + Kitchen Finks
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Latest Decks as Commander
Kitchen Finks Discussion
4 weeks ago
I ran a quick Gatherer search for ["enters the battlefield" + "counter" + "NOT +1/+1" + "NOT Energy" + "Creature"] and skimmed through it. The search was a bit over-inclusive, but was short enough to quickly read.
You can run that search to get more options, but I pulled out some notable choices--the below creatures have abilities above and beyond simply being "Vanilla/French vanilla with an ETB downside" (no other abilities, or just an evergreen ability).
- Arixmethes, Slumbering Isle
- Chronozoa - used with Solemnity and a sacrifice engine, you can build an infinite army of these guys (or just win outright if your sacrifice engine hurts opponents).
- Look into creatures with Persist, such as Kitchen Finks or Murderous Redcap . Combined with a sacrifice engine and Solemnity/ Melira, Sylvok Outcast , you'll be able to go infinite.
- Lost Auramancers can find you Solemnity, so you can get extra bang for your Vampire Hexmage buck if you target Auramancers.
Otherwise, you're mostly looking at creatures that enter the battlefield smaller and grow bigger.
1 month ago
Animate Dead + Blood Artist + Leonin Relic-Warder is a super neat combo. I assume you know what it does, or you could look it up. Altar of Dementia + Kitchen Finks + Vizier of Remedies is also a nice combo. If you like Abzan combos maybe look at my Making A Ghave Sacrifice deck. This might not be the way you want to go though if your playgroup(as mentioned) is non competitive.
golgarigirl on None
2 months ago
If you are running a Kitchen Finks in your Heliod, Sun-Crowned deck using the ruling floated above...that a hybrid card's color identity is based on the commander of the deck it's in (thus making Finks mono-white)...and my creature has a Sword of Feast and Famine , the pro-green part no longer affects play, correct? My creature can be blocked by Finks etc.
This makes the game hard to follow from an OBSERVATIONAL standpoint...from a streaming standpoint, or even just walking up to a game. Heck, a lot of information happens in a game, and for me, the instance my brain sees 'oh look its GREEN', I make decisions based on that as that's what's right in front of me. Let alone introducing the exception to the color rule to new players who do not need another element to the information overload that this game can be.
This just seems like an unnecessary complication, but I would roll with it if such a rule change did occur.
plakjekaas on None
2 months ago
4 months ago
here are some cheap cards you should check out
5 months ago
Hey, Philbert_001, sorry for the late response. It's always pretty unlikely to get that sweet sweet Turn 3 kill, but here's how it goes:
- Turn 3: Good-Fortune Unicorn. Congrats, you've achieved infinite mana and infinite life! Now, onto whatever you want. You can blink everything with Emiel, so go ham.
Again, I'm really sorry for the late response. Have a great day!
6 months ago
Sorry for this late response! I haven't been on tappedout much due to finals but as they're winding down I now have more free time.
Thanks so much for the ideas! I'm deciding to stay artifact focused, but I still have infinite mana combos so these will be great pay offs!
While I love Kitchen Finks as a card, I don't know if it quite fits in the list. Most of my combo pieces are artifact based so there are cards like Grinding Station and Krark-Clan Ironworks that only sac artifacts. I had Mycosynth Lattice in an earlier list which would solve this problem, but at the current time I don't know if it would be the best to include.