Witch's Oven

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Historic Brawl Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Standard Brawl Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Witch's Oven


, Sacrifice a creature: Create a Food token. If the sacrificed creature's toughness was 4 or greater, create two Food tokens instead. (They're artifacts with ", , Sacrifice this artifact: You gain 3 life.")

wallisface on Jund sacrifice

6 months ago

I think the big issue you’re going to run into is that the deck looks really slow - you currently have nothing to do on turn 1 which is going to put you a full turn behind your opponent (a really dangerous place to be). I’d be suggesting running at least 8-10 1-drops that are playable on turn 1. As you’re a sacrifice deck, cards like Cauldron Familiar, Witch's Oven, Asmoranomardicadaistinaculdacar, and The Underworld Cookbook can all be very strong here.

thesilentpyro on Chatterfang's Nuthouse of Cards

1 year ago


Potential cuts:

wallisface on Cut-CO knives are ehxpensive!

1 year ago

WhatInTheWhoNow Yeah the deck defiantly looks a lot stronger now! The only card i'm suspicious of is Thoughtcast - you don't have a lot of artifacts in the deck, and if you can keep the ones you do have on the board you're probably already winning, so this feels a bit like a "win more" card. I think Witch's Oven could be a good replacement for it, but if you're not a fan of that then something simple like Consider will probably still provide you more value than the Thoughtcast, in that it can be used on those earlier turns that matter more.

wallisface on Cut-CO knives are ehxpensive!

1 year ago
  • If the clocks too clumsy to run mainboard, then you really need to extend your sideboard to make Fae of Wishes more useful - at least10 of your 15 sideboard cards should be toolbox options exclusively for Fae. However, something in particular be aware that a 4-mana search card is really expensive, and Fae is going to mess up with your own tempo a vast-majority of the time. If the card it grabs can’t immediately shut down the opponent, then its likely cost you the game.

  • Cauldron Familiar could be a strong replacement for Memnite. Going down that route might mean you also wanting to find room for Witch's Oven to run that combo as a plan-B.

  • Unearth is still decent with only a low creature count, as you’ll almost always want to be bringing back Asmo or Manufactor anyway (nothing else is worth unearthing whether-or-not they’re in the deck). Also note that if you can discard Manufactor early you can bring it back turn 2 and have an absolutely explosive turn.

Omrah on Thran Vigil deck

1 year ago

Thran Vigil I was hoping to make a deck loosely based around this card.

Considered cards include Soul of Windgrace Tenacious Underdog Simian Simulacrum Soul Transfer Bushwhack Gaea's Gift Cult Conscript Sheoldred, the Apocalypse Gixian Puppeteer

Also considered turning it into a historic deck and adding it to the combo Cauldron Familiar and Witch's Oven

zachz on Stomp my Sacc

1 year ago

Having built a similar, but different end-result deck myself, I can appreciate and understand the struggle. You're on the right track, sorting cards into sac fodder and sac engines. I also had a third category, for sac profits, that rewards you for boardwide sacrifices, exactly like your commander is doing.

For renewable, repeatable sacrifices: There's an infinite zombie fodder generator in Gravecrawler and Carrion Feeder. You can also use Jadar, Ghoulcaller of Nephalia to get a daily zombie to toss. Grafted Wargear is a fun way to repeatedly sacrifice, preferably after attacking. Witch's Oven also lets you sacrifice after creatures aren't useful anymore. Priest of Forgotten Gods is pricey but rewards you for having lots of sacrifices.

As for single use tactics, Bone Splinters is a good spell. Shriekmaw sacrifices itself. Ordeal of Erebos would do well here as well, as it sacrifices itself after building, and would sac early due to the global counters.

Lastly, Hindervines would do great to block all combat damage once your creatures get even a single +1/+1 counter.

Best of luck!

TheOfficialCreator on Historic Mono-Black Help

1 year ago

Hello everyone!

I am looking to improve my deck: Mono-Black Historic Artisan.

Specifically, I wanted to be able to accelerate the game in the middle. In my playtesting I have noticed that the deck struggles to keep pace in the mid game if it cannot take out opponents early on. I have pinpointed the issue as a lack of sizable card advantage. Cling to Dust and Asylum Visitor are my only current sources of draw, but I'm trying to look for better ways to draw cards and make the deck more efficient at bringing out its wincons.

Also, is there a way to make Cauldron Familiar and Witch's Oven go infinite? Is there, like, a creature that can do this?

Thanks in advance!

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