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|Have (3)||GrandeKhan , bigred2728 , WillofForce|
|Want (2)||valkerye , Skullzer7|
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- Fling + Reverberate
- Fireblast + Reverberate
- Howl of the Horde + Reverberate
- Bonus Round + Reverberate
- Izzet Guildmage + Reverberate
- Dualcaster Mage + Reverberate
- Increasing Vengeance + Ral, Storm Conduit + Reverberate
- Lightning Bolt + Reverberate
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
4 days ago
Hey, if you're wanting to take your deck into 8 or more power level (PL) then you really need to decide how you want to win the game? At 8 PL or higher to win infinite combos are the way to go. Chainer doesn't need to be a piece of the combo, his discard can be an enabler. Since Chainer cares about creatures then using combos that involve creatures is best.
Some creatures to play for combos: Worldgorger Dragon, Mikaeus, the Unhallowed, Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker, Gravecrawler, Blood Artist, Zulaport Cutthroat, Walking Ballista, Murderous Redcap, Pitiless Plunderer, Dualcaster Mage, Reassembling Skeleton.
Some enablers for combos to play: Viscera Seer, Carrion Feeder, Goblin Bombardment, Altar of Dementia, Phyrexian Altar, Ashnod's Altar, Animate Dead, Dance of the Dead, Necromancy, Twinflame or Heat Shimmer.
Some win conditions for the combos: Blood Artist, Zulaport Cutthroat, Walking Ballista, Murderous Redcap, Zealous Conscripts, Gray Merchant of Asphodel, Dualcaster Mage, Purphoros, God of the Forge, Mayhem Devil, Goblin Bombardment, Bontu's Monument, Aetherflux Reservoir, Sunscorched Desert, Impact Tremors, Cut / Ribbons(Ribbions), Torment of Hailfire.
Expanding on loot can help to draw and get creatures faster into your graveyard: Buried Alive, Magus of the Wheel, Cathartic Reunion, Thrill of Possibility, Tormenting Voice, Azra Oddsmaker, Sire Of Insanity, Seize the Spoils.
Expanding on fast mana and/or big mana producers helps to have more mana to cast more spells which can assemble combos faster: Dockside Extortionist, K'rrik, Son of Yawgmoth, Crypt Ghast, Mana Crypt, Dark Ritual, Rite of Flame, Cabal Ritual, Burnt Offering, Sacrifice.
If you're interested in any of these suggestions then I offer more advice in another comment that includes further explaining the combos, more card advice as well as cuts to consider.
Good luck with your deck.
4 weeks ago
In my early days of Magic, I played Gruul Value in Modern - casually - at the diner after work with my coworkers. I ran cards like Satyr Hedonist and Generator Servant to produce fast mana. Then I played cards such as Avenger of Zendikar, Savage Ventmaw and Xenagos, the Reveler to produce big combat and large spells. I'd chain together spells such as See the Unwritten and Savage Beating (entwined, of course) with Howl of the Horde and Reverberate. It was a brutally efficient deck that won nearly every game I was up against.
A keystone of the decks formidable power was Hydra Broodmaster for her ability to produce X x/x Hydra tokens. I fell in love with Monstrosity, but was saddened at the lack of "good" cards.
So. Here's one for my early days in MTG.
Engan the Infinite
Legendary Creature - Ooze Hydra
Engan the Infinite gets +X/+X where X is the number of permanents you control named Engan the Infinite.
Monstrosity : When Engan the Infinite becomes Monstrous, create X token copies of it except they aren't legendary.
Thaaaaaats dumb. Lmao
Repeat and explain why you chose the mechanic you did.
2 months ago
I gave a lot of thoughts on the Red Elemental Blast thing and here is what I came up with. Too often I face the same problem which is : not enough mana. So in almost all those situations, I barely have enough mana to cast Red Elemental Blast. In that situation, I don't really have the choice and I need to keep Red Elemental Blast over Fork and Reverberate even if the could provide more flexibility.
As for Nahiri, the Lithomancer, I play tested her a lot while I was getting some better pieces and she did the job while she was in. I took her out when I added Fiery Emancipation because while she helped a lot with the equipments, she was not really a Wincon. And, at this point, I prefer to pay 6 mana for a wincon than 5 mana for a nice helper.
Thanks a lot for the feedback tho! Really appreciated!
2 months ago
With all the equipment you could get decent play with Nahiri, the Lithomancer. I've gotten good results from her in my Boros deck, though it is focused more on Sunforger as a search mechanic. Unless you're using Red Elemental Blast for it's destroy function, cards like Fork or Reverberate could do a similar thing and give more flexibility.
2 months ago
Wragthorf, Who Owns Fury
Legendary Creature - Giant Shaman Warrior
Whenever you cast an instant or sorcery spell that targets a creature you control, that creature gets +2/+0 until end of turn.
Creatures you control who gained +10/+0 or more until end of turn gain indestructible and hexproof until end of turn.
I think is pretty neat. I'd run Flying Tribal to ensure damage gets though. You'd definitely want some type of graveyard assistance such as Elixir of Immortality so you can get your spells back. Copy spells, such as Reverberate and Howl of the Horde would be prime for this type of deck, also.
The "who gained +10/+0 or more" mean if a creature you control gained +10/+10, it still gets the Indestructible and hexproof. It is only concerned with power, which is why toughness is +0. Any toughness gained doesn't matter.
2 months ago
Extremely high costs don't exist in Magic anymore for single cards. Everything can be played for free in some way or another. The cost of taking multiple turns now is reserving slots in your deck to play Reverberate or Galvanic Iteration.
With extra turns being so powerful, it's weird that green never dipped it's toe in... what's that? Seedtime you say? Well nevermind!
2 months ago
Cool deck! These might interest you: Fork, Delina, Wild Mage, Storm-Kiln Artist, Reiterate, Reverberate, Wild Ricochet, Fury Storm, Karok Wrangler (extra good with the infinite combo spells like Fork), Worn Powerstone (gets Wort out on turn 4), Coalition Relic, Component Pouch, Nostalgic Dreams, Pir's Whim, Make a Wish, Rude Awakening
3 months ago
You can go ahead and replace some of the more expensive cards like taking out Personal Tutor and Time Spiral. There are some changes as well that I might reccomend such as the Wheel of Fortune could be switched out to Valakut Awakening Flip so that other players don't get resources or just Windfall. Gamble could be a Solve the Equation. Imo these don't change the power dynamics pretty much at all while hugely reducing the deck's cost. Cut off Mana Crypt and it should be very affordable
On what cards to cut, a few come to mind immediately. Portent is pretty bad, Mana Flare should be taken out immediately. Ruby Medallion, Mystic Speculation, Long-Term Plans (this should honestly be Solve the Equation in my list as well), Muddle the Mixture is played only for the potential transmutes so it can be cut out, Twincast has little to no use in comparison to Reverberate. Dream Cache works well with Melek out as a potential value engine but it can be cut out as well.
I'd probably slot in AEtherize, Blasphemous Act, Disrupt Decorum, Reins of Power and maybe even test out some other 2-in-1 wipes that gets you cards back like Volcanic Vision, there are other fun cards like Blustersquall which enables you to tap an opponent's board in their upkeep but I'll leave thinking those to you.