Lord of Shatterskull Pass

Lord of Shatterskull Pass

Creature — Minotaur Shaman

Level up (: Put a level counter on this. Level up only as a sorcery.) [3/3]

Level 1-5 [6/6]

Level 6+ Whenever Lord of Shatterskull Pass attacks, it deals 6 damage to each creature defending player controls. [6/6]

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Lord of Shatterskull Pass Discussion

Epicurus on Grandlandlord Radha *$50 Budget*

1 year ago

Hi there! I sifted through your list and chose 9 cards from amongst the higher price tags that I thought you could live without, then came up with 9 cheaper cards that seem to fit with what you have going here. I hope it's helpful

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Tozman on converting an old deck into …

2 years ago

Thanks for your advice hungry000 and Funkydiscogod. i will look into Heartless Summoning as well as Aether Vial .

i will chase down a few copies of Neheb, the Worthy he seems quite useful. i also have copies of a bunch of other minotaurs but im not sure if they would be too slow for the format e.g Felhide Spiritbinder , Lord of Shatterskull Pass , Minotaur Aggressor

Would you say that Aether Vial is a commonly used card in the Modern format? because one copy of it is worth more than my whole minotaur deck as it stands so four copies is quite the investment for a budget player like myself. my LGS has them at $56.25 per copy.

MurrSheep on

3 years ago

Two more suggestions: Lord of Shatterskull Pass and Mogis, God of Slaughter

GoblinsBeatElves on Minotaur R/B Budget

3 years ago

Deathbellow Raider seems sort of lacking as a 2-drop. In my Minotaur list, I use Bloodrage Brawler instead. A 4/3 for 2 is pretty strong, and if you have Neheb, the Worthy out, discarding helps to work towards that ability. Also, I don’t know if you’re interested in using him or not, but Lord of Shatterskull Pass is a thing. I think cutting the one of Fanatic of Mogis could be benefitial, don’t have that many red symbols and another copy of a Lord of Ragemonger would be nice here. I like the idea of the deck. Nice job.

Also, if you want to take a look at my deck, here’s that: Budget Minotaur Aggro.

Rhadamanthus on Does Seal Away prevent the …

3 years ago

No, Seal Away can't be used to stop the trigger in this example. Once Lord of Shatterskull Pass attacks, its ability triggers. Removing it from the battlefield won't cause the game to back up and "un-trigger" the ability. The only way to prevent the trigger is to stop Lord from attacking before it actually attacks. Seal Away can only target a tapped creature, so by the time your opponent is allowed to cast it on Lord, it's already too late.

GoblinsBeatElves on Budget Minotaur Aggro

3 years ago

That could be an interesting card in here. I’m not quite sure about where it would go yet, but if it works well upon testing, I’ll probably switch some Lord of Shatterskull Pass for it.

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