17, Feb, 21

Watch: Infinite Kroxa Magic: The Gathering Arena Combo

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Here’s how to do the infinite Kroxa combo in Magic: The Gathering Arena

Game-winning infinite combos in Magic: The Gathering can make your victory feel more satisfying than just simply bringing your opponent’s life total to 0. There’s a plethora of infinite combos you can do in the tabletop version of the game — some viable, some jank — but since Magic: The Gathering Arena doesn’t have a card pool as huge as Commander format, there’s only a few infinite combos you can pull off, and you probably won’t see any of them unleashed in a typical competitive Constructed (or Limited) match, so when a player discovers one —no matter how janky — it’s worth showing off on video.

The latest one involves Kroxa, Titan of Death’s Hunger, Luminous Broodmoth, and a couple of cards from the new Kaldheim set: Vorinclex, Monstrous Raider and The Trickster-God’s Heist. It’s a four-card combo that requires your opponent having a creature on the battlefield, so don’t expect this to be easy to pull off consistently, especially in competitive matches.

First, let’s take a look at the cards you need:

Kroxa, Titan of Death’s Hunger

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Vorinclex, Monstrous Raider

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Luminous Broodmoth

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The Trickster-God’s Heist

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Watch the combo in action in this video by YouTuber Jay W:

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How to perform the 4-card Infinite Croxa Combo in MTG Arena:

First of all, you need to have Luminous Broodmoth and Vorinclex, Monstrous Raider on the battlefield. Then you will need to play The Trickster-God’s Heist to exchange control of your Vorinclex to any of your opponent’s creature. Now, play your Kroxa, Titan of Death’s Hunger from your hand. Since Luminous Broodmoth says, “Whenever a creature you control without flying dies, return it to the battlefield under its owner’s control with a flying counter on it”, Kroxa comes comes back to the battlefield and is sacrificed again because it loses the flying counter thanks to your Vorinclex controlled by your opponent. Vorinclex says: “If an opponent would put one or more counters on a permanent or player, they put half that many of each of those kinds of counters on that permanent or player instead, rounded down”, so that means Kroxa can return infinitely and its enter-the-battlefield effect will trigger infinitely to make your opponent discard and deal 3 damage every time it hits the battlefield.

Alternatively, you can also use Solemnity instead of The Trickster-God’s Heist and Vorinclex to do unleash an infinite combo.

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