Show us your weird/impractical/janky bullshit, with an emphasis on edh best format.
Give us the kind of shit a shady wizard taught you in an alley.
Like this + islands.
I need to update this actually, rings of brighthearth let you do it without double sticking, and astral cornucopia's a better "artifact mana goes here" than chalice.
I seem to have a small collection of this bullshit
If you can figure out what this actually does, props to you.
why does everyone want to cast sequential shahrazads? i fucking hate this shit, it's stupid. the combo is shahrazad + burning wish to make inception, or shahrazad + nefarious lich + donate + golden wish to make it so You are already dead.
tap darksteel citadel, activate Kharn's ability. it becomes a 0/0 creature, which kills it. Salvaging station will untap, which allows you to tap it to return darksteel citadel to the battlefield. activate acorn catapult and hit yourself with a squirrel or hit your opponent for one. You can then kill darksteel citadel, use dross scorpion to untap acorn catapult, and repeat the cycle endlessly. Then the combo falls apart because acorn catapult requires a mana, and you probably had to tap darksteel citadel to do that, so what now?
the citadel pops off before you can sac it. altar would work if you have more life than your opponent as you could shoot yourself in the face to amass enough squirrels and mana to then shoot your opponent for just as much.
Just replace acorn catapult with cosi ravager and deal infinite damage.
And instead of using Karn, Silver Golem use March of the Machines.
But I do. n(n-1)+m times. M is the iterations it takes for me to get to the first card. N is the number of cards in my deck.
Every scry only moves one card to the bottom, hold the card that's next in order till your each the top of the stacked cards, then scry them down 1, 2, ....k, new card, and then search for the next one.
I once had an EDH deck based on this combo. With the promo full-art Melek. It was shitty as fuck, but looking back, taking it apart was a big mistake.
Why would you use Xen?
>Screaming Fury only costs 2R and gives haste
>Stonewood Invocation only costs 3G, has split second, AND gives shroud
>Phytoburst only costs 1G
>Scorchwalker only costs 1RR and is uncounterable
Me neither triple dubs bro, nothing makes sense. Not really sure what he is trying to accomplish there, I get more retard the longer I stare at that picture.
Worst thing is that he doesn't even try to explain it, he just assumes everybody does and start spitting shit "hurr durr I should update this"
something I've never got, is why is this like a big thing to have "combos"? Like, are you ever playing shit that ISN'T comboing with something?
maybe it's because I come from YGO, but it seems to me like Magic fans get so proud that they made three cards work together, but you have to make 40 cards work together on the regular in YGO, idk
It is just the feel of pulling out a combo like this, nothing else. Of course there are combos in decks all over the place, but not as specific as these ones, and less impactful as well.
>Magic fans get so proud that they made three cards work together, but you have to make 40 cards work together on the regular in YGO, idk
When cards work together better then their individual pieces we call that synergy.
When cards work together to win you the game immediate that is a combo.
Now stop confusing synergy with combo.
It took me like a minute, at least fucking try, you guys.
So you have two Isochron Scepters with Twincast imprinted. And 4 mana worth of Everflowing chalices (4 mana in mana rocks in general will work here) You tap for 4 mana, twincast beacon of immortality targeting yourself, then also twincast turnabout (targeting yourself, untapping artifacts). Let turnabout resolve, untap your shit. Tap all the artifacts that just got untapped for mana and then twincast Death Wish and Turnabout. Rinse and repeat for a ton of death wishes and a ton of Beacons of immortality, however you want to do it.
The end result is one of those silly combos that lets you "take your whole collection" and put it in your hand, in this case. At the end of this, presumably you can just float mana to just keep twincasting turnabout and net mana per cycle, get infinite mana, then cast your whole collection. As the dude mentions, something like astral cornucopia is theoretically better for this, since you can get colored mana.
>Thriss, Nantuko Primus
Are all also pretty effective in Atarka and like <25c each. Apparently people aren't scrambling to get their mitts on +5/+X shit.
I think I would go buy someone some drinks if they pulled that off without anybody knowing in advance
but when they start drinking their drinks is the perfect time to put out my 20 cheatyface
The "lose the game" clause procs during the end step, no end step, no problem.
Regarding Modern. You know how Bloom titan gained popularity rather quickly and people finally realized how good the deck was? Do you think there are any sleeper combo decks that's just waiting to go mainstream? I wanna buy into a weird but good combo deck.
It does during your combat step.
Attack with elder, untap it, tap to untap maze + land, repeat.
I should specify, the Mirror Gallery is an alternative for Pandemonium
I love Stormfront Riders. I've used it to bounce itself and a creature I needed off before a board wipe, or used it to create tokens when I needed them.
Not the most effective card, but I'm a casual pleb.
Opalescence makes Dance of the Many a creature, Dance of the Many targets itself to put a copy of itself into play, repeat for infinite 2/2s with echo.