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Urza's Rage. Kicked.
With a Doubling Cube, I was able to cast and Flash this back to copy the Rage in an EDH match.

I think 40 unpreventable damage for 13RedRedRedRedRedRed is hilarious.
Posted By: Okuu-chan (9/14/2012 7:28:47 PM)


Pity it limits it to spells you control. I'd gladly pay an extra 1 or even 2 on both fronts just to see the look on my opponent's face as his Banefire is suddenly toasting him. And his buddy.
Posted By: DoragonShinzui (9/15/2012 6:53:00 PM)


I read the rulings, as you suggested...
If the spell Increasing Vengeance copies is modal (that is, it says "Choose one --" or the like), the copies will have the same mode(s). You can't choose different ones. (this same ruling is on every copy-spell)

Yes, the copies are not cast... but which mode of the spell goes on the stack is determined as you cast it. the spell on the stack essentially is "Copy target instant or sorcery spell you control twice." once you copy that...

Now for my fun, lets get a little weird with this infinite spell combo. At one point these spells are all on the stack, using it to make ninety million copies of lightning bolt is easy, but Nivmagus Elemental would love to eat them. If nothing else, if playing this combo, try to keep one on the board in case of counterflux or mindbreak trap.
Posted By: orisiti (11/17/2012 11:53:23 PM)


I dont understand why people say you cant copy increasing vengeance from the graveyard and then just copy it again. I know HOW thats broken, but i dont see how the rules prevent it. The spell ON the stack is NOT the original increasing vengeance, the spell on the stack says "I copy a target spell 2 times" you dont copy the original spell that says "if it was played from a graveyard" your copying what is CURRENTLY on the stack, period. Same thing if you copy a spell that has an X cost. the X cost has already BEEN payed. you are NOT copying the original spell and REPAYING the cost. you are copying the spell ON THE STACK AS IT IS. So can a judge or someone who has been a high level judge explain to me how they can change those rules to make it illegal to do this? The card might be broken if your smart enough, but changing that rule would break a bunch more stuff.
Posted By: Angelknight118 (12/7/2012 12:15:01 PM)


This, then copy itself for infinite times, then Grapeshot for infinite damage. Am I right?
Posted By: Winhert (4/20/2013 1:30:27 PM)


Would rather play reverberate just to counter my friend's counter.

Cycles In Increasing Devotion, Increasing Savagery, Increasing Ambition, Increasing Confusion
Posted By: raptorman333 (5/1/2013 2:45:45 PM)


Holy crap.

{3}{R}{R}, Sac' two mountains:
Deal 4 damage to target creature or player
Deal 4 damage to target creature or player
Deal 4 damage to target creature or player

(that's 12 damage!)
Posted By: blurrymadness (5/31/2013 1:33:57 PM)