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- Dramatic Reversal + Thousand-Year Storm + Unsubstantiate
- Hazoret's Undying Fury + Thousand-Year Storm
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
Whenever you cast an instant or sorcery spell, copy it for each other instant and sorcery spell you've cast before it this turn. You may choose new targets for the copies.
2 weeks ago
Oh nice, you got the Wizards of Thay? Might be worth checking out Kediss, Emberclaw Familiar (as Balmor makes him a threat and you can take out multiple people with one swing), Thousand-Year Storm/Arcane Bombardment and maybe some other classic Storm spells? There are plenty of other good cantrips plus Past in Flames and Mizzix's Mastery to recast them all from the graveyard. I like the rapier but if you can find one Embercleave will mop up, while Robe of the Archmagi keeps your hand full.
My "spells matter" deck is There's Something Strange... and you might find a couple of useful things there but it's almost completely focused on doing the opposite - casting massive apocalyptic spells that annihilate the board rather than loads of cheap cantrips for a prowess win.
3 weeks ago
Remnant of the Storm
Creature - Elemental Avatar
Spell Mastery: As long as there are two or more Instant or Sorceries in your graveyard, copy this spell twice. The copies are token creatures.
Whenever ~ enters the battlefield, exile an Instant or Sorcery from your graveyard. You may cast that spell without paying its mana cost. If you do, sacrifice ~.
"The Thousand-Year Storm in its entirety may have subsided or drifted outside Ravnica, however it is not uncommon for a stray bolt to strike an innocent passerby or building."
3 months ago
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6 months ago
muchas weas muchas weas, lo intente ordenar lo mejor posible y probalemente se puedan sacar hasrtas cartas mas
7 months ago
how it was cast is not a copiable value, so no, a copy would not create 2 copies.
something else to keep in mind is Increasing Vengeance cannot copy itself. you need something else to create a copy of it: have Thousand-Year Storm on the field, cast Shock, hold priority, cast Increasing Vengeance targeting Shock, Storm will create a copy of Vengeance and since it specifies you can choose new targets, you create a copy of it that targets the original increasing vengeance, and from there I believe you can go infinite, if your opponent doesn't stop you some way.
9 months ago
Hey! You've given a suggestion on one of my decks, so I've thought I could return the favor. :)
I'm not sure how casual/competitive this deck is aimed to be, so I will give suggestions for both.
For a more competitive deck, I'd suggest:
Forks (Increasing Vengeance, Bonus Round, Galvanic Iteration, Refuse / Cooperate) - From my experience the forks which can be cast from the graveyard are really good as you they can wait for you there until you're casting something big.
The first three help you create disgusting solitaire turns while the last one may be the easiest win with Mizzix there is.
For a more casual deck, I'd suggest:
not playing infinite combos :D
limit the number of the "mana spells" and extra turns (Mizzix is ridiculously powerful for a casual meta and solitaire turns are annoying)
some flavorful permanents (my suggestions: Metallurgic Summonings (and other token-making permanents), Thousand-Year Storm, Primal Amulet Flip, Sorcerer Class, Sentinel Tower, Erratic Cyclops, Melek, Izzet Paragon <- not that great but fun imo)
General card suggestions:
Mizzix's Mastery, Epic Experiment, Chaos Warp, Commit / Memory, Volcanic Vision, Invert / Invent, Prophetic Bolt, Frantic Search, Pore Over the Pages, Rewind, Solve the Equation and once again Bonus Round (this card is seriously good)
I'm sorry for the long comment in case you didn't wish for suggestions. Just wanted to help. :^)
11 months ago
When Grapeshot is cast in this example, its Storm ability triggers and the ability of Thousand Year Storm triggers. Grapeshot creates 4 copies of itself and Thousand Year Storm creates 4 more. The Storm abilities on the copies don't trigger because they weren't cast, and neither does the ability of Thousand Year Storm, for the same reason.