Kuldotha Forgemaster

Kuldotha Forgemaster

Artifact Creature — Construct

, Sacrifice three artifacts: Search your library for an artifact card and put it onto the battlefield. Then shuffle your library.

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Kuldotha Forgemaster Discussion

WotanubisReturned on Spaghettification

1 month ago

lagotripha So this is my sole paper EDH deck; it started with Plargg, Dean of Chaos  Flip being really strong with Inferno of the Star Mounts in Historic Brawl on Arena: a dependable T4 kill. I put Birgi at the helm because the back side is a nice option and I didn't want the temptation to buy Boros lands, but playtesting it on MTGO for a while it turned out that she sat in the command zone more than not as I went off with Thrumming Stone, which usually works but struggles to finish if they have artifact removal. Syr Carah, the Bold seems to get a lot of hate so I hide her in the 99. I ran into Daretti while tuning and realized he has perfect synergy with what I needed; I think this is finally finished but I am still on the fence about Dragon's Rage Channeler, and 32 Approach wasn't that bad really. To be honest I haven't tested in paper ever, and since cashing out on MTGO I have removed four 2 cmc loot spells and added in ZNR spell lands, Goblin Engineer, Kuldotha Forgemaster, Temporal Aperture, Memory Jar, and Thawing Glaciers.

DawnsRayofLight on Breya Treasures

4 months ago

Other drops:

Mirrorworks: I kind of like it but it may be too slow

Kuldotha Forgemaster You have other options, too slow

Merciless Eviction: Damn and other spot removal may better

seshiro_of_the_orochi on Zabaz EDH

5 months ago

Kuldotha Forgemaster would be a great addition.

Polaris on Does copying Kuldotha Forgemaster's activated …

6 months ago

To activate the ability, you tap Kuldotha Forgemaster and sacrifice three artifacts. Once you announce you are activating the ability, no one (including you) can respond until you finish paying the costs and put it on the stack.

Once the activated ability on the stack, Lithoform Engine's ability can target it. If you activate Lithoform Engine for this, you'll make a copy of the ability without activating it again (that is, you'll have a second "search for an artifact" effect on the stack). You do not sacrifice any more artifacts.

As Neotrup says, you also can't search and then copy the ability. Once the ability starts resolving, you can't respond until it's done (that is, you've taken all of its actions). Once you search for the artifact and put it into play, Kuldotha Forgemaster's ability finishes resolving and leaves the stack, so there will be nothing for Lithoform Engine to target.

CamraMaan on Does copying Kuldotha Forgemaster's activated …

6 months ago

I want to copy Kuldotha Forgemaster's activated ability with Lithoform Engine, both to get the extra search and to sacrifice three more artifacts for future recursion for a storm spell. Will it only copy the search? My assumption is yes, and I cannot sacrifice three more artifacts like this.

And not that I would, unless feeling desperate (maybe my deck has been milled low on options?), but can I resolve the first one, search, put the artifact into play, then copy the search, sacrifice the artifact I just put into play, to then search again? Thanks in advance! :)

VayraTheGatherer on Galazeth, Magitech Beam Cannon *Primer*

6 months ago

Building an Akiri deck I'm on the artifact matters path, perhaps this utility can improve the flow if you find it lacking in places, and increase the value of X

Kuldotha Forgemaster Blinkmoth Urn Trading Post Conqueror's Galleon  Flip Replicating Ring (sure it takes a while...) Liquimetal Torque

You could also take artifact matters along a 'toss creature' path with Fling and fat guys like Shambling Suit Darksteel Juggernaut

twechsler on Messing with Lore

8 months ago

TheVectornaut no worries about timing. There's no rush to build a good deck. I'm just glad to hear from you. Based on your descriptions I think the second option is where I want to go with this deck, but with some added self-mill so I can really build up options for osgir quickly. Here are some cards that are on the way that I am most likely going to add soon: Phyrexian Triniform (big creature that may work better than triplicate titan), Rings of Brighthearth (4 tokens instead of two with osgir), Blinkmoth Urn(big mana), Goblin Engineer (sac and tutor in one), Zirda, the Dawnwaker(more mana help) and Leonin Abunas (protection). I also am pretty sure I will get Coveted Jewel, Basalt Monolith, Jhoira's Familiar (mana help), Grinning Totem, Kuldotha Forgemaster, Oswald Fiddlebender (tutors), Urza's Bauble (draw). I think if I get these and drop the ones in the sideboard section the deck would have increased mana efficiency, more tutors, and overall just stronger. The last piece I think would be a Mesmeric Orb, Grinding Station, or Keening Stone to fill up faster because the current GY fill cards are just lacking. Let me know if you think these are good choices out of the maybe board to snag. Ill try to playtest the deck a bit more online to see as well. Thanks!

TheVectornaut on Messing with Lore

8 months ago

Sorry I haven't been on to respond in a while. I've been busy with work and haven't been playing much as my LGS still hasn't opened tables up to Magic players. I may not know much about some of these new cards, but I'll still offer some advice on running artifacts in EDH. (Most of my experience is with Sydri, Galvanic Genius in A Pile of Cans so feel free to check that out.) First, I'd try to narrow down to a particular approach to build around. Osgir, the Reconstructor offers a range of options in this regard. Then, you can make swaps for cards that synergize more with that chosen approach.

One option I see is running as many low-cmc artifacts as possible to minimize how much you have to spend on your commander's activated ability. The best bet for this might be the new modular cards. They have small bodies that can be buffed by Osgir after combat and give extra benefits on being killed off themselves. Bonus points if you can afford Arcbound Ravager. Modular is not actually a triggered ETB so you can't get more benefit from Panharmonicon, but I'll touch on that more later. Other options include Bomat Courier, Epochrasite, Gingerbrute, and Sorcerer's Broom. Making lots of token creatures makes a go-wide plan with Steel Overseer, Chief of the Foundry, Signal Pest, and the like more viable. Anything else that produces thopters or servos fits too. Untapping Osgir is probably more mana efficient than copying his ability with this approach.

The exact opposite gameplan is also possible. Run plenty of ramp artifacts like Basalt Monolith, Thran Dynamo, Blinkmoth Urn, and Hedron Archive to play and duplicate overwhelming threats. Darksteel Forge, Soul of New Phyrexia, Platinum Angel, Platinum Emperion, Spine of Ish Sah, Bosh, Iron Golem, Phyrexian Triniform, and Summoning Station are the first options I can think of. Unfortunately, such cards do tend to be less budget friendly. I think it would also be worth distinguishing between a plan using death and entry triggers and one using taps and untaps. The former is where Panharmonicon comes back into play along with Mirrorworks, Prototype Portal, and the refurbish-ers like Goblin Welder. The latter is where Unwinding Clock is king along with its little brothers Clock of Omens, Voltaic Construct, and Voltaic Key. (Both choices can also apply to a more aggressive approach of course.) Here, copying Osgir's ability is likely to be more efficient than untapping him.

Some other artifacts I'm a fan of that are always useful are Mirage Mirror, Kuldotha Forgemaster, and Scourglass. Let me know if you have any questions and I'll try to get back as soon as I'm able. I apologize in advance if that means a few days.

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