Creature — Goblin Shaman
Sacrifice an artifact: Krark-Clan Shaman deals 1 damage to each creature without flying.
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Krark-Clan Shaman Discussion
1 month ago
7 months ago
Force of will is now banned but other than that the deck looks great. you could consider Krark-Clan Shaman as another wincon
1 year ago
I'd definitely drop Implements of Sacrifice and Treasure Keeper, and recommend dropping Cathodion, Order of Whiteclay, and Feldon too. Seems like it could use more sac outlets like Arcbound Ravager, Goblin Bombardment, Culling Dais, Dark-Dweller Oracle, Fanatical Devotion, Jinxed Idol, Krark-Clan Shaman, and Slobad, Goblin Tinkerer. I'd also think about any of the creatures that make Treasure when they enter or die, Brass's Bounty, Smothering Tithe, Hangarback Walker, Hoarding Dragon, Scrapyard Recombiner, Servo Schematic, Bloodfire Infusion
3 years ago
Cool theme! Here's some suggestions:
- Martyr of Ashes is a shoe-in!
- Krark-Clan Shaman also seems great
- Goblin Chirurgeon is both a great way to be able to pile more damage on a creature AND protection from removal
- Bloodfire Infusion could combines well with equipment for when you need a bigger board wipe
- With all the pingers you already have Needle Drop doesn't look bad
3 years ago
If you're playing modern, there aren't any good dinosaurs bar Deathmist Raptor, and thats only really playable in morph.
You do get some amazing deck tools- from Cavern of Souls to Avacyn's Pilgrim, Atarka's Command to Mirror Entity and Taurean Mauler. Ashes of the Fallen, Conspiracy, Roar of the Crowd, Shared Animosity. Cherished Hatchling alongside cards like Scout's Warning are major options.
All that said, you want to play enrage if you're playing dinosaurs in competitive modern. Good 1/2/3 drops with interesting synergies are the core of the format, with . Arcbond Inflame Krark-Clan Shaman Kindle the Carnage and similar is all there alongside a bunch of abusable fight effects and protection effects.
4 years ago
Really like the look of this deck. Being a fan of Ravenous Intruder has prompted some research into Atog. A Lot of old Atog decks included Fling. Stumbling across this deck has made me realise that fling is pauper legal too! Thank you for the inspiration, I may have to build a pauper atog/fling deck based on this.
I am fairly new back to the game and like the look of the Krark-Clan Shaman. Two creatures I like including in decks that appreciate artifacts hitting the battlefield from the new sets are Reckless Fireweaver and Salivating Gremlins, both of which seem to be pauper legal.
4 years ago
Remember to link all cards in your question with double brackets
A couple things:
Firstly, the Shaman only has an activated ability. Only triggered abilities ever trigger.
To answer the question, you can certainly continue to activate the ability before any of it resolves. Whenever you have priority, you can cast an instant spell or a spell with flash, activate an ability, or, if the stack is empty and it's your turn, cast any other spell or play a land.
When you add something to the stack, you can choose to either pass priority to let your opponent respond if they wish, or retain priority and add something else to the stack. However, before anything on the stack resolves, a full round of priority must be passed with no action.