Lukka, Coppercoat Outcast

Lukka, Coppercoat Outcast

Legendary Planeswalker — Lukka

+1: Exile the top three cards of your library. Creature cards exiled this way gain "You may cast this card from exile as long as you control a Lukka planeswalker."

-2: Exile target creature you control, then reveal cards from the top of your library until you reveal a creature card with higher converted mana cost. Put that card onto the battlefield and the rest on the bottom of your library in a random order.

-7: Each creature you control deals damage equal to its power to each opponent.

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Lukka, Coppercoat Outcast Discussion

plakjekaas on Mechanical Color Pie 2021 Changes

1 month ago

The philosophy of blue cards like Pongify and Ravenform is that they do not destroy, they merely transform permanently, and destroying and replacing with a token is the mechanically best suited way to do so. Like Turn to Frog, but permanently. They've found flavorfully better ways to do it by auras like Ichthyomorphosis, enchanting the target to change its shape, but that enchantment can be broken, the transformation isn't permanent. When you lay down a Curse of the Swine, you lose the soldiers and gain the pigs, there's no way to get the soldiers back from the pigs. Ever since Polymorph this has been a blue effect, and only recently it is moving into red, with Transmogrify and Lukka, Coppercoat Outcast.

TypicalTimmy on Where do you personally draw …

2 months ago

My general strategy is to have more spells than the table has removal. I don't worry about one or two people holding up a counterspell or a path to exile. Similarly, I tend to not worry about their plays either.

I get my stuff out faster than the rest of the table, then overwhelm with a force they can't hope to stop.

This tends to make all of my decks very heavily reliant on combat damage and combat tricks, but there are ways to mix that up. In my aforementioned Lathliss deck, I have a bit of cruel control such as with Mudslide and Citadel of Pain, as well as Blood Moon and some others.

Then I passively create damage via Chandra, Awakened Inferno, Impact Tremors, Dragon Tempest, Warstorm Surge, Scourge of Valkas, Terror of the Peaks, Purphoros, God of the Forge and more. Also Sarkhan the Masterless

Ramp, I've got Mana Crypt, Ancient Tomb, Sol Ring, Arcane Signet, Mox Amber, Chrome Mox, Mox Tantalite, Mox Diamond and other staples.

Even cost reduction via Ruby Medallion, cloudkey, Urza's Incubator, Herald's Horn, Dragonlord's Servant and Dragonspeaker Shaman.

I can cheat via Sunbird's Invocation, Lukka, Coppercoat Outcast and Purphoros, Bronze-Blooded - who also serves as a haste enabler on top of like the six other haste enablers in the deck. Oh and Spinerock Knoll.

It even has recursion. For example, Haven of the Spirit Dragon, Vesuva and Thespian's Stage.

...it's like a $1,000 deck... For a $4 Commander, lol

TypicalTimmy on Personal Play moments you are …

3 months ago

Otherwise, probably my favorite, was a Turn 5 win with Lathliss, Dragon Queen.

Opponent dead on turn 3.

  • T4 - Cast Moltensteel Dragon off topdeck for . ETB 5/5. Buff crew +1/+0. Terror sees a 6/5 and a 5/4. Hit next opponent for 11. Tempest sees two ETB at five Dragons. Land another 10 (-21). Pay Spinerock Knoll to free-cast Sunbird's Invocation and swing for 7+6+6 for 40 at 2nd opponent for TKO and remaining 6+5 at other opponent for 11.

Opponent #2 dead on turn 4.

Turn 5 win.

TypicalTimmy on Card creation challenge

3 months ago

She's my my favorite, but she helms my favorite deck.

Lathliss, Dragon Empress

Legendary Creature - Dragon

Flying

Whenever a Lathliss, Dragon Empress or another Dragon enters the battlefield under your control, it deals damage equal to it's power to any target.

: Create a 4/4 red Dragon creature token with flying.

5/5


While she can still populate the field, she isn't as strong as her OG. She also doesn't combo as well with Lukka, Coppercoat Outcast. However, you can use her as a powerful manasink and overrun the battlefield. What's more is if they have haste you can hit an opponent twice with each activation; non-combat and combat damage. With Berserkers' Onslaught or Furnace of Rath, it just exponentiates. Worse still is when you play red like a boss and run with no cards in hand, you still have a threatening presence. Even a wrath isn't going to stop you as you can rebuild. You can go infinite in red mana and turn her into a wincon combo piece, or nest (lel) her in the +99 in Gruul and go infinite as a wincon there as well.

Overall, I think she's an improvement.


Same challenge

HorrorLegend on Purphoros, The Budget Blooded (Under $70)

7 months ago

Daedalus19876

Thank you for the suggestions! I like Goblin Engineer and Lukka, Coppercoat Outcast . They would fit perfectly in the deck! I'll find some cuts to make for them! Thank you!

Daedalus19876 on Purphoros, The Budget Blooded (Under $70)

7 months ago

Ooo, making suggestions for budget decks is always a fun time!

I'd recommend Lukka, Coppercoat Outcast for his -2, since you can exile a large creature you cheated out for a permanent copy of a LARGER creature! He's only $3 or so, as well. Besmirch is a great variant/improvement on Threaten , and currently Magus of the Moon is super cheap due to Time Spiral Remastered... Goblin Engineer could be a good way to fetch Sundial of the Infinite , perhaps?

Hope this helps! :)

BrassLord on POV: You're God

8 months ago

Lukka, Coppercoat Outcast 's -2 ability is another Polymorph like effect. Would also turn your Commander's ability and Act of Treason effects into exile removal!

DanMcSharp on Winota's Legends

8 months ago

Hello,

I don't think there's many scenarios, if any, where you'll be happy to play a 2/1 for 2 to eventually get a 2/1 for 3 if you attack. You should remove all 4 Fearless Liberator and instead add 4 Kargan Intimidator . It's easy to miss, but he can target your own humans (or himself) to make them "cowards" (and no longer human) to trigger Winota, Joiner of Forces .

Usually decks that run Winota, Joiner of Forces don't play planeswalker because more often than not you'll see them when you miss with Winota, Joiner of Forces 's trigger and then they'll spend the rest of the game under the library. Your high cost cards should normally be cards that she can cheat into play. Either way, Lukka, Coppercoat Outcast won't achieve much either because you have a wide variety of different CMC creatures to hit with him, he's normally played in decks with only giant creatures and token generators so he always hits good.

I wish I knew how to make good use of Victory's Envoy because she seems fun, but in reality she's a 3/3 that does nothing when she comes into play. If you're going off with Winota, Joiner of Forces hey ability probably won't even come into play, and even if it does, chances are you still would've been better off with any other big hitter instead. You would surely do much better if you just added a 2nd copy of your big legendary dudes like Kenrith, the Returned King and Haktos the Unscarred .

Btw, I'm not sure if you know but Taranika, Akroan Veteran will not trigger if she's put into play by Winota, Joiner of Forces because then she's already attacking, so she's not a great hit either. She would shine more in a deck that plays small stuff with keywords like Healer's Hawk or even Alseid of Life's Bounty .

Cheers.

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