Creature — Devil
As long as it’s your turn, Spiteful Prankster has first strike.
Whenever another creature dies (is put into the graveyard from the battlefield, tokens enter the graveyard before they cease to exist), Spiteful Prankster deals 1 damage to target player or planeswalker.
Combos Browse all
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Latest Decks as Commander
Spiteful Prankster Discussion
5 months ago
I also have a phoenix deck but that one focuses more on the phoenix death and reanimation ability such as Spiteful Prankster Desecrated Tomb Underworld Breach and Flayer of the Hatebound as just some of the examples and i also run Homura who also defends my other creatures against earthquakes
1 year ago
The only thing I can say is that there is a chance you might be trying to do too much. You've focused more on Combat Damage dealing with Trample enablers and things that like when you attack, which is fine, but it just seems like some of the inclusion would be more geared towards a grindy late game win, as opposed to the general idea of what, in my opinion, is a pretty aggro commander.
Legion Loyalist is good in theory, but with only 20 creatures I couldn't say your frequently going to get Battalion.
Dockside Extortionist is amazing, and I did consider him, but it feels like more of a combo piece for that type of deck.
Selvala, Heart of the Wilds I have mixed feelings about. She is amazing, but it's not necessarily a deck that even benefits that much from that kind of ramp. Where is all that mana going to go?
Spiteful Prankster seems like it will just annoy people into targeting you.
The Great Henge good, but seems unnecessary/out of place
Fertile Ground shouldn't be necessary if your mana is done correctly
Guardian Project feels like it would only be worth it if you were bouncing and recasting your own creatures. Again, you only have 20 to play with.
just my 2 cents...
1 year ago
Really janky but you could use excessive mana from Mana Echoes on enemy turns to make their <=2 power creatures unblockable so that they can attack each other people. Braid of Fire works for your own purposes
1 year ago
Zurzoth, Chaos Rider: brings some pain to Rhystic Study. Still, there's imo not quite enough good Devils to make a tribal EDH deck non-awkward yet. Note that in EDH, you'll need one Devil per opponent to get multiple tokens
Branching Evolution: too many +1/+1 counter decks have felt compelled to include Doubling Season when they don't really need a lot of it features; this is a fair yet aggressively costed alternative, thumbs up
Immolating Gyre: interesting one-sided wipe for spellslinger decks, although those don't care as much about creatures in the first place