Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge

Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge

Legendary Planeswalker — Tezzeret

Creature and planeswalker spells you cast have affinity for artifacts.

+2: Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge deals X damage to each opponent, where X is the number of artifacts you control. You gain X life.

-3: Return target artifact card from your graveyard to your hand.

-8: Exile the top ten cards of your library. Put all artifact cards from among them onto the battlefield.

Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge Discussion

t3xx3r on None

6 months ago

Thanks.

I have Ashiok, Nightmare Muse , Ashiok, Dream Render , Ashiok, Nightmare Weaver , Karn, the Great Creator , Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge and Teferi, Temporal Archmage .

Since while I may not advance 4x the loyalty counters, I can now pay 2 for each Planeswalker to copy for 4 times the abilities.

Thanks, man!

TheRealSpecialK on New Information on Vorinclex

8 months ago

Today Wizards released an article called 'The Legends of Kaldheim' giving small bits of lore on each legend in the set. One of these included Vorinclex. This is what was said about him:

"Why Vorinclex arrived in Kaldheim is currently unknown, but the purposes are certainly nefarious. The method he used to travel between planes is also a mystery. Vorinclex's organic parts were destroyed in the journey, leaving only metal and bone. An inquisitive stag sniffing around his remains was enough raw material to begin crafting a new body, and Vorinclex slowly made his way up the forest food chain until he had created a form he found satisfactory."

This is significant in that it follows the same formula that Rashmi, Eternities Crafter's (now Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge's) interplanar portal works - not allowing organic material to pass through. This means one of two things:

1.) This is how all interplanar portals now work post mending.

2.) Tezzeret is now helping the Phyrexians.

I am inclined to go with 1 because when Vorinclex escapes from Kaya, he jumped into metal. Assuming this is the method by which he came to Kaldhiem, it is very different that Tezzeret's planar bridge.

Thoughts?

Faux_Faux on Kaldheim Spoilers: FINALLY, infect has …

8 months ago

I don't necessarily think SmallClex is a sh*ty Phyrexian, nor do I believe Urabrask the Hidden is either Mortlocke (no offense intended, and no hostility either!).

The way I see it, each of the Praetors are supposed to be the corrupted or "Poisoned" aspects of the color pie, that much, in my opinion, should be obvious; However, where SmallClex differs from his, yes, very much better (IMO), iteration, is that normally, Green loves to produce muy muy mana, for a low, low price; BigClex not only hits the board with a SOLID thunk, but he corrupts your opponents mana, and if left unchecked, can do what green also likes to do: Run buck wild crazy with big boi by making your mana even more abundant.

There is nothing to say, lore wise at least, that the Glistening Oil, or much less the Praetors couldn't be moved from plane to plane;

Of course, they (The Praetors), do not possess planes-walking abilities, (as far as we know); We saw that Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge is being hunted by Kaya after the events of War. This planeswalking artificer has the/a Planar Bridge that allows non-planeswalking eternities to travel to diffrent planes. If Memnarch was able to be corrupted like all the other artifacts on Mirrodin/New Phyrexia, why shouldn't Tezzie be not an applicable target?

If MY tin foil hat was on, my money is on our Ol' Artifact mad lad to be cooking something up himself, just as our other bastard son, Tibalt, is seemingly having some shenanigan's himself.

CannedCanOpener on

1 year ago

While the deck can combo off on earlier turns and win through infinite mana, that isn't always going to happen, and when it doesn't this deck doesn't dislike playing a longer game if it has to. Longer games mean more time to generate Thopters or Treasures and increase your likelihood of winning off of one of the three "you win the game" cards (Mechanized Production, Revel in Riches, and Hellkite Tyrant) or removing players (Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge, Tezzeret, Agent of Bolas, Cranial Plating, Master of Etherium, and Blightsteel Colossus) or simply locking the game down in your favor (Karn, the Great Creator + Mycosynth Lattice and/or Time Sieve infinite turn combo).

jconeil1988 on Alela, Tinker Faerie Extraordinaire

1 year ago

Noelqkazoo Do to the Sword of the Meek needing a 1/1 creature entering the battlefield to bring it back, you would need to at first rid the bored of Alela, Artful Provocateur because as long as she is on the bored, the Thopters created by Thopter Foundry will be 2/1's after state based actions are checked. So yes, while in theory you could include the combo, you'd have to be sure to sacrifice Alela to your Ashnod's Altar prior. I have recently been informed of that option. When the deck is so focused on keeping Alela on the field to maximize the production of faerie tokens, I've overlooked that option.

That said, I'm not totally against using the combo anymore. I've recently purchased a few more cards and have yet to update the deck so it has a few more options to keep the deck running in the event that Alela is removed, specifically Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge and Tezzeret, Agent of Bolas for the mass damage they can generate.

SteelSentry on Best MTG stories

1 year ago

In an EDH pod, we were down to 3 people. The person to my left was playing Oloro and had a Mycosynth Lattice and a Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge which he had just plussed for 22, and the person to my right had a Nevinyrral's Disk. I ended up winning at 1 life, by suspending a Greater Gargadon forcing my opponent to crack the Disk. Even with a 9 power attacker, however, it took 6-7 turns to kill the Oloro artifact player with combat damage, and was a Gut Shot away from losing the entire time.

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