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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
Kumano Faces Kakkazan
Enchantment — Saga
(As this Saga enters the battlefield and after your draw step, put a lore counter on this and activate and/or enable the ability of the saga tied to the required number of counters.)
— This deals 1 damage to each opponent and each planeswalker they control.
— When you cast your next creature spell this turn, that creature enters the battlefield with an additional +1/+1 counter on it.
— Exile this Saga, then return this to the battlefield transformed under your control.
Icbrgr on Mono Red Aggro
4 months ago
4 Kumano Faces Kakkazan Flip 4 Burning-Tree Emissary 3 Kari Zev, Skyship Raider (TOKEN)
Sideboard 3 Goblin Chainwhirler 3 Fry 2 Hazoret the Fervent
seshiro_of_the_orochi on The Red Terror
4 months ago
That's a neat idea! As your plan basically is creating lots of red tokens and having them deal damage. To make this more effective, you should consider including damage-increasers. Torbran, Thane of Red Fell and cards such as Dictate of the Twin Gods would allow you to maximize your damage, resulting in making your commander more impactful earlier in its growth.
For situations where the board is crowded, ways to transform your token creation into damage. Cards such as Impact Tremors, Electropotence, Raid Bombardment, Cavalcade of Calamity, Goblin Bombardment, Makeshift Munitions, Barrage of Expendables, Weaponize the Monsters and other similar cards seem very useful for that.
Street Urchin seems especially funny, btw.
Also, Kumano Faces Kakkazan Flip and Kumano, Master Yamabushi could be worth a shot here.
Brynx on Torbran, Thane of Incremental Damage
11 months ago
Sulfuric Vortex is a card I loosely bundle in with the group slug stuff I tried to avoid when building this deck. Compared to Manabarbs its nothing too mean, but it kinda rides that line. It's definitely something I would consider if my main playgroup played more life gain strategies.
As for lands, I try to avoid colorless lands because Torbran costs three red pips. Out of those three, I would consider running Scavenger Grounds for the graveyard hate. In general I don't want to spend a turn exiling graveyards rather than playing an aggressive card though. Thats why Anger of the Gods and Kumano Faces Kakkazan Flip are nice. The other two lands don't get their damage boosted by Torbrans effect, so I don't think they make the cut.
Delphen7 on Why is Kumano Kakkazan wording …
1 year ago
The back of Kumano Faces Kakkazan Flip has the clause "this turn". How is that functionally different from "dealt damage by a source you control", because it seems really bizarre to word a creature that way.
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