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Korvold, Fae-Cursed King
Legendary Creature — Dragon Noble
Whenever Korvold, Fae-Cursed King enters the battlefield or attacks, sacrifice another permanent.
Whenever you sacrifice a permanent, put a +1/+1 counter on Korvold and draw a card.
Korvold, Fae-Cursed King Discussion
10 hours ago
Shattergang Brothers + Korvold, Fae-Cursed King , because the brothers are one of my favorite Legendary Creatures, and they have good synergy with Korvold. But also will be fun to play The Gitrog Monster and Tatyova, Benthic Druid as partners.
1 day ago
This is my take on Korvold, Fae-Cursed King centered around being a toolbox/aristocrats build with some infinite combo finish. Feedback and/or upvote would be highly appreciated!
Commander / EDH
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1 day ago
Korvold, Fae-Cursed King could be an interesting choice. He would allow a lot of draw off your tokens. You could also put in some of the green clue cards like Tireless Tracker and some of the treasure producers like Dockside Extortionist and then make Disciple of the Vault a secondary win con for you.
2 days ago
One of the commander that I think that you can use for food tokens are the Shattergang Brothers , because the ability that makes you sacrifice an artifact takes advantage of that food. Also the most popular commandant for decks that use some food is Korvold, Fae-Cursed King .
And here I have a list of the most powerful or decent Food cards for EDH:
Oko, Thief of Crowns : This is the best food card, and is the card that makes Yarok a good choice for this style of decks, because with the Brothers or Korvold you don't have access to him.
Taste of Death : This is devastating in edh, and works well with the Brothers and Korvold, because that decks normally have a lot of creatures to sacrifice.
Gilded Goose : Decent mana dork and good food generator.
Savvy Hunter : Is another excellent food generator, that gives card advantage having food.
Gluttonous Troll : It was designed for brawl, and also is very good for a edh food deck.
I don't know if Trail of Crumbs is good here, because Throne of Eldraine is the only set with food tokens. That means that there are few cards that generate tokens, but can be powerful if you have Goose or Oko.
5 days ago
Other than Korvold, Fae-Cursed King I mean. A natural dragon.
5 days ago
One of my favorite commandants actually are the Shattergang Brothers , and I think that you can add somthing in this deck:
Savvy Hunter : I like this one so much in decks like that, because she offers artifacts to sacrifice with the Bros, but also she can offers some card-draw.
Taste of Death : Sometimes, this will be devastating to your opponents (but not for you, thanks to your tokens), and also creates Food that you can sacrifice for the Brothers or some life.
Daretti, Ingenious Iconoclast : Gives tokens, destroys artifacts, and can copy artifacts that you sacrificed. This is pure value in this deck!
Korvold, Fae-Cursed King : This can be a finisher, but the most useful that it has is tha amount of cards that we can draw with it. The control player will be sad with that.
I hope I helped you, I liked so much this deck+1!
6 days ago
Hey, you're welcome.
With Korvold, Fae-Cursed King you may want more lands (36) because a land can be the permanent you sac to grow, attack and draw with Korvold. Fetch lands even budget ones: Evolving Wilds , Jund Panorama , Naya Panorama , Blighted Woodland are good if you add Nesting Dragon as these lands give you for more landfall. High Market is a sac outlet that's a land.
There doesn't have to be a big Dragon change with Korvold. Prossh should definitely be included in the 99. Dragon Broodmother and Nesting make a good Dragon team to fuel Korvold's sac. Vaevictis Asmadi, the Dire can sac, but Prossh is also a six drop Dragon and it's much better with Korvold than Vaevictis.
There's already several Dragons here that will be good with Korvold such as Broodmother (repeatable source of tokens and sac), Prossh (sac outlet and source of tokens), Utvara (repeatable source of tokens), Lathliss (repeatable source of tokens), Boneyard (good sac target since it can reanimate itself), Bladewing (reanimate another Dragon you saced).
The biggest change will be the support that Korvold wants. Korvold as General for Dragons needs more support than Prossh, but the trade-off is an increase in power level. However, an increase in power level isn't cheap. Many support cards you want with Korvold have expensive prices especially Dockside Extortionist , but even Nesting is expensive price. If this is a problem then Korvold might not be the change you want to make, but Korvold can do more than Prossh if you have the support.
If you choose to switch then these are cards to consider cutting:
- Explosive Vegetation
- Kodama's Reach
- Rampant Growth
- Furyborn Hellkite
- Fiery Confluence
- Door of Destinies
- Dowsing Dagger
- Dragonlord's Servant
- Moldervine Reclamation
- Descent of the Dragons
- Fearsome Awakening
- Hellkite Overlord
The support you want with Korvold are repeatable sources of permanents to sac, some sac outlets and different recursion.
- Dockside Extortionist
- Awakening Zone
- Tireless Tracker
- Orcish Lumberjack
- Greater Good
- Ashnod's Altar
- High Market
- Crucible of Worlds and/or Ramunap Excavator
- Eternal Witness
- Sakura-Tribe Elder
- Springbloom Druid
The ramp sources could be changed and the reason to change them is if you draw them after getting Korvold onto the battlefield then they will give you more value then just ramp. Examples of potential ramp changes:
1 week ago
Just for fun, I have some predictions for the Brawl precon generals, and I figured I'd throw them down to stoke discussion.
Syr Gwyn, Hero of Ashvale : Pretty powerful, but topheavy. Knight tribal has a lot of options, but the split between the equipment strategy and creature strategy puts it too far between voltron and aggro. Mid Power.
Korvold, Fae-Cursed King : Sacrifice anything? This deck can do a lot of silly things really fast, and 5 CMC isn't too hard to manage. You can run aristocrats, counters, hit people with a big scary commander, throw Wrenn and Six and Lord Windgrace (favorite boi) and do some silly land shenanigans, and even run those old Zendikar cards that make scions to ramp and get counters. I would put him in either High Power or Competitive, but I'm leaning towards the former.
Alela, Artful Provocateur : 4 CMC, esper colors, cares about flying creatures, and rewards you with tokens for playing artifacts and enchantments. You're in white, which already likes flyers and tokens, and you're in blue, which loves artifacts. And black is just gravy (as well as card draw). The deck needs a bit of set-up to work, so I wouldn't put it higher than High Power.
Chulane, Teller of Tales I don't even know where to begin. This dude is nuts. He is giving me some Thrasios vibes (he is nowhere near to the same level, obviously). Play dorks, draw cards, ramp. Shampoo, Rinse, Repeat. This guy gets out of hand fast, and in these colors, I suspect he will also be on the High Power to Competitive spectrum, but I suspect that he will be on the latter end of that spectrum.
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