Storm's Wrath

Storm's Wrath


Storm's Wrath deals 4 damage to each creature and each planeswalker.

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Storm's Wrath Discussion

Polaris on How many creatures die in …

3 weeks ago

Assuming that's all of your permanents, all of them. You start with Faeburrow Elder at 7/7, Chromanticore at 9/9, Grixis Grimblade at 6/5, and Knight of New Alara at 2/2.

Storm's Wrath resolves and deals 4 to all of them. Knight of New Alara dies. Without the buff, Elder is a 5/5, Chromanticore is 4/4, and Grimblade is a 3/2, so the last two die. With both of them gone, Elder is now a 2/2 and dies.

LuckyJinx on How many creatures die in …

3 weeks ago

I have a Faeburrow Elder and a Chromanticore and Grixis Grimblade and Knight of New Alara on my side of the battlefield. My Opponent casts Storm's Wrath. Which of my creatures die?

wallisface on Hornets & Meteorites

2 months ago

Some thoughts

jakeyuki12 on Ragavan loves some treasure

2 months ago

Might you consider a Subira, Tulzidi Caravanner ? It's a way to make sure your commander doesn't get killed while blocking.

Your deck is a tad short on card draw. Red has a lot of nice impulsive draw options, I would recommend adding some of those.

Lastly, I recommend running more red board wipes. You're playing multiple swords that give you protection from red, so that'll let you make the board wipes one-sided. Cards like Chain Reaction or Storm's Wrath .

Sorin_Markov_1947 on Prismari Spell Ramp

5 months ago

Leyline Tyrant can work here. Just tap all your red mana sources at the end of each of your opponent's turns and you build up mana quite quickly.

I don't feel like Expressive Iteration is doing its best work here. It really works best when you can find something you can cast that turn with it, instead of in a deck with a bunch of big spells. I feel like you need more early things or more controlling things to last you through the early game. Storm's Wrath would do that, as would like Brazen Borrower to slow down your opponents.

Sorin_Markov_1947 on Izzet giants v1

5 months ago

Cinderheart Giant is not really a good card. It's too expensive for its effect, even if it does die. Toralf, God of Fury  Flip doesn't do too much either. I'd advise you to look at other giants lists to see what giants are good. Aegar, the Freezing Flame , Invasion of the Giants , the full playset of Calamity Bearer s, are all pretty much must-haves.

Embercleave isn't really what you want. You're going tall, not wide, and EC does its best work when you go wide.

For the control package, Saw It Coming >> any counterspell you have atm. You'll also want sweepers for go-wide decks like mono-red, so Storm's Wrath should be here, or at least Shatterskull Smashing  Flip. Probably both. Actually, Battle of Frost and Fire is better than Storm's Wrath, since you're in giants and it has additional upside after the sweep.

Shimmerdrift Vale isn't worth having. Basics would be better.

Sorin_Markov_1947 on Kaerveks Trolls

5 months ago

I'm not really sure how having a lot of X/1 creatures in a Kaervek deck is good synergy. I honestly love Clackbridge Troll and I'd love for there to be a semi-good deck where he's played, so I'll try and help out here.

The ideal situation is of course to have a T4 Clackbridge and T5 Kaervek. There should be some kind of redundancy to make this combo easier and get rid of some slightly larger creatures your opponent has. Crippling Fear will help there, and if you go into another color like red, you can have Storm's Wrath or other sweepers. Sadly, Massacre Girl is no longer in the format.

I'm not really sure what else synergizes with a card like Clackbridge Troll, and this deck doesn't really have an identity outside of it. You could turn it into Rakdos Midrange, perhaps, or Golgari bigstuffs, but there are just not enough good cards that fit into this deck at the moment.

Sorin_Markov_1947 on Unlimited Power

5 months ago

Brash Taunter seems like a really good card for this deck. It's a little mana expensive, but it is a redirect creature and it has value on its own as well, and doesn't need the indestructibility from Boros Charm to go infinite with Guilty Conscience.

Browbeat / Risk Factor seems pretty good as well, as you either get to burn your opponent or look for your combo pieces.

To be able to survive until you get your combo, you'll need some kind of protection. Board wipes like Storm's Wrath or Shatter the Sky or Doomskar or Extinction Event or any of a thousand others works. You're in Mardu, the color combination with every board wipe in existence at its disposal. Storm's Wrath gets extra damage with redirect effects as well, at the cost of being less effective than the others.

Honestly this is a really fun idea for casual, as long as your friends don't mind being burned out of nowhere! Combo is typically a low-fun archetype, but this is a cool way to do it. Since this is casual, I might recommend Final Fortune (or the much cheaper Chance for Glory ), as "win this turn or die to your own card" effects typically make for exciting finishes!

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