Master of the Feast

Master of the Feast

Enchantment Creature — Demon


At the beginning of your upkeep, each opponent draws a card.

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Master of the Feast Discussion

Phule451 on #ChefLife

1 week ago

Feed the Pack gives you a sac outlet, Master of the Feast can give ya a cheap early threat. Footbottom Feast can pull juicy tidbits from your graveyard, and Beanstalk Giant, Everflowing Chalice and Explosive Vegetation can help you ramp. Fresh Meat takes advantage of graveyard shenanigans. Hot Soup seems like a must include in this deck. Fruit of the First Tree will get you life and card draw. Just a few ideas for you, I’m a total sucker for theme decks, I love it! Just a shame Chef's Kiss isn’t in the color identity. Love the deck.

Freakpanda on Blim's Cold War politics

2 months ago

TehGodOfWar Thanks for the suggestions (and apologies for late comment). I've only goldfished this deck so I can't really say for sure about Master of the Feast , but as you pointed out it can stop you from attacking the person again, so it could be replaced with the cards you suggested instead

Milliam_Shakespeare on Wheel or No Deal

3 months ago

See I've just put Master of the Feast back in because I wanted more creatures to encode Whispering Madness on to. I probably should put Minds Aglow back in though.

monkeyofficeboy on Wheel or No Deal

3 months ago

I see you still have Master of the Feast in there, despite reckoning it not worth the slot. You could put something like Blue Sun's Zenith in in its place. That way you have targetted, instant speed draw for your self, or a way to hurt just one opponent, which can be handy for political reasons at the table. What's more, the card replaces itself by returning to your library, and so is more useful than the big fat flying demon.

TehGodOfWar on Blim's Cold War politics

3 months ago

Captivating Crew could be a good card. Steal a creature, swing with it, and give it to another opponent. The creature is not returned to the original opponent since 'you control it until end of turn', but since you don't control it anymore, nothing gets returned. And since Blim's ability only says something about controlling cards they don't own, those creatures will also count.

Silent Arbiter and Smoke are good to limit aggression.

How good is Master of the Feast in your testing? I can't imagine that giving your opponent a 5/5 flying demon that can block you commander would outweigh the one card you draw per turn.

Overall looks like a really fun deck :)

Daveslab2022 on None

11 months ago

This was an interesting read, but assigning rules to card design severely limits the design possibilities.

Cards like Master of the Feast, a 3 mana 5/5 flyer would cost 6 mana by your metric.

Caerwyn on I Screamed a Scream in Time Gone By

1 year ago

+1 for the Les Mis reference.

I would recommend cutting Howling Mine, Dictate of Kruphix, Master of the Feast, Forced Fruition, and Temple Bell. They all seem like they are good cards, but, in reality, they are traps. Nekusar's biggest problem is he fills your opponents' hands with the cards they need to stop you--these cards generally give your opponents more resources without significantly advancing your gameplan. The extra damage per turn if you have Nekusar or damage-dealers on the field is generally irrelevant, and they are outright liabilities if you do not have Nekusar fielded.

Instead consider running some of the following:

Curiosity is strong when enchanting Nekusar, and creates a draw/damage loop if you enchant Niv-Mizzet.

Helm of the Ghastlord likewise loops with Niv-Mizzet. When enchanting Nekusar and a wheel, it locks your opponents out of casting anything other than instant-speed spells.

Glistening Oil and Phyresis will allow you to get kills with Nekusar after 10 damage.

A few more instant-speed kill spells would also be a good idea.

DeinoStinkus - Day's Undoing is not a good card in Nekusar - its end the turn effect means you do not get any of Nekusar's damage triggers off the cards they draw.

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