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Act of Treason

Sorcery

Gain control of target creature until end of turn. Untap that creature. It gains haste until end of turn. (It can attack and {T} this turn.)

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Act of Treason Discussion

pleasuresaurus on Izzet Really Control Without White?

1 day ago

Its great to find another Izzet build here to learn from, I knew there was potential it. I'm prototyping a Burn/Control build right now and faced the similar issue of card draw later on in the game All ur beast r belong to us. Looking at your build, Font of Fortunes is an interesting idea - it acts as card draw AND bait for counters/denials - I might have to make some room for it. However, would you consider something like Niv-Mizzet, Dracogenius as a card draw solution later in the game? I had to put him aside due to the way legendary rule messes with my meta.

I noticed you mentioned trouble dealing with R/G Monsters. While my build is not as thoroughly tested as yours yet, it was able to stand up against few midrange-ish decks it fought due to the creature duplication/stealing effect. One game had an opponent ultimating Kiora, the Crashing Wave and I was duplicating Kraken after Kraken. Act of Treason or Harness by Force in the sideboard?

Unforgivn_II on Breaking a card: Rain of ...

1 week ago

Auras can enchant any creature (unless it specifically says otherwise). You enchant their dude, and make him swing and hit you. The Aura is under your control, but Celestial Mantle makes the creature's controller rather than the aura's controller gain life. Also, Daring Thief doesn't move said object (Bazaar Trader can't even donate enchantments), it just reassigns control. Similar to Act of Treason ing a dude with an Aura. The Aura remains under their control, but doesnt fall off because at no point did the targeted creature leave the battlefield. Auras are weird because they can be under your control, even when they aren't on your creatures or your board. That's why Flowstone Embrace is great removal in TSP block draft.

barkerm on Red/Black Minotaur

1 week ago

sounds like a good plan. as far as the Act of Treason goes what would i put it in for? ill see if my buddy has a few Dreadbore s and any extra Minotaur Skullcleaver s. thanks for the suggestions!

Isaacsong on Red/Black Minotaur

1 week ago

I would suggest adding Minotaur Skullcleaver so you can hit your opponents for 4 turn 3 due to its haste ability

I would also maybe add in Dreadbore because it is a good for clearing the board.

Also, I would suggest putting Act of Treason in your side board because you would want to side those in if you are playing against a deck that has a lot of large creatures

meecht on Coolest Combos for EDH

1 week ago

You could Act of Treason an opponent's Deceiver Exarch , then play your own Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker to win.

Scytec on 2014-07-15 update of Aristocrats Act ...

2 weeks ago

This deck is beautiful, I love it. I don't know if you ever will, or would want to make another rendition, but I run a vampire based sacrificial deck featuring Falkenrath Aristocrat . Featuring cards like Captivating Vampire , Olivia Voldaren , Act of Treason , Harness by Force , and Threaten . The look on peoples faces when you take their creature, smack them with it, then sacrifice it to empower your own creatures is priceless. :p

Frayace on Abusing Nivix Cyclops

2 weeks ago

Catch / Release is better than Act of Treason in izzet, since it will take any permanent.

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$0.03 $0.14 $0.64 $0.23
Color(s) R
Cost 2R
Converted cost 3
Avg. draft pick 5.06
Avg. cube pick 10.45

Legality

Format Legality
Heirloom Legal
Standard Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Modern Legal
Pauper Legal

Printings View all

Set Rarity
Magic 2014 Common
Gatecrash Common
2012 Core Set Common
2011 Core Set Common
2010 Core Set Uncommon

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