Destroy all artifacts, creatures, and enchantments.
Cycling (, Discard this card: Draw a card.)
|Have (4)||, sonnet666 , metalmagic , fourcleftcandles|
|Want (4)||epros1285 , NiftyBiscuit , Rahmodonis , widowlark|
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|Commander 2020 (C20)||Rare|
|Commander 2018 (C18)||Rare|
|Masters 25 (A25)||Rare|
|Commander Anthology (CM1)||Rare|
|From the Vault: Twenty (V13)||Mythic Rare|
|MTG: Commander (CMD)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Akroma's Vengeance occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.02%
Akroma's Vengeance Discussion
1 month ago
Great list you've got going. I love the spell-slinging for value approach you've taken. I have a couple budget additions for you if you like.
Also, you don't have a lot of alternative ramp cards like Dockside Extortionist and Smothering Tithe. If you're on a budget, I suggest putting in the Talismans and pulling Myriad Landscape as its just too slow. Also, Migratory Route cycles to color fix you, but it only gets a basic and is practically unplayable. If you're going to keep a landcycler in, I suggest Sanctum Plowbeast. Granted, it's not exactly playable either, but it cycles for a "Plains" or an "Island", so you can go grab a basic or your Irrigated Farmland or your Prairie Stream or your Raugrin Triome, or any other fetchables that you end up putting in the deck. You might also consider putting in something to slow your opponents down like Kismet or Frozen Aether.
Seriously consider keeping Curator of Mysteries in for top deck filtering when you cycle. You could put Crystal Ball in instead, but Curator works with the cycling theme. We all would love to stick Sensei's Divining Top in our decks, but $$$$. Also, if you have Decree of Silence, put it in. At it's floor, it's a free counterspell with Gavi or New Perspectives, and at its ceiling, it eats your opponents next three spells.
I also suggest Hall of Heliod's Generosity to put Decree or Astral Drift or any of your other enchantments back on top of your library. If you're gonna run Akroma's Vengeance and Dismantling Wave, you should have a way to get your enchantments back.
Savai Thundermane isn't necessarily cost effective. I would suggest pulling it for the new Drannith Stinger. Ping ALL of your opponents for free when you cycle, rather than paying two to hit one target. If you're worried about targeted removal, don't forget you have Lightning Rift which does the same thing as Savai for one less mana and is much less likely to be hit by a wrath.
Have you play tested this yet? I've always found both Niv-Mizzets prohibitive in casting. Brallin, Skyshark Rider Flip and Glint-Horn Buccaneer work very similarly with Curiosity and Ophidian Eye, are far less prohibitive to cast, and with how fast this deck draws, you should have no problem getting to 8 cards.
Let me know your thoughts!
2 months ago
There’s a lot of good suggestions here. I’m going to find room for at least Akroma's Vengeance, Unearth seems up my alley, Undead Gladiator, Gempalm Polluter and Cast Out. I actually really like the graveyard hate too, I just wish I had more ways to get it back once it hits the yard. I‘ve never been a big fan of one shot effects in commander. But I could focus on discarding creatures and digging for Bone Miser/Zombie Apocalypse.
2 months ago
The cycling sub-theme seems like a lot more investments than payoffs.
3 months ago
Cool deck! You might like these: Requiem Angel, Divine Visitation, Oketra's Monument, Worn Powerstone, Urza's Incubator, Akroma's Vengeance, Angelic Accord, Seraph Sanctuary, Windbrisk Heights, Emeria, The Sky Ruin, Reya Dawnbringer
6 months ago
I love the idea. I think it needs some more divine judgment though. Sunblast Angel , Oblation , Austere Command , Hour of Revelation , Akroma's Vengeance , Descend upon the Sinful , Fumigate , End Hostilities , and of course Wrath of God and Day of Judgment . Ravnica at War could be good depending on your meta. While playing boardwipes just for flavor wouldn't be the best idea, it's also a strategic decision. Angels are slower tribe, so it's a good idea to put everybody else behind.
Outside of boardwipes, Akroma's Memorial spells death for all opponents, Herald's Horn is another cost reducer, and True Conviction is a powerful anthem due to the fact that most of your creatures are big and flying.
7 months ago
After last weekends debacle I've decided to shake things up a bit!
Let's see how things progress.
8 months ago
To make the game last against aggro strategies you could use Ratchet Bomb as your holy hand grenade (it can get rid of tokens the same turn you cast it, or creatures with converted mana cost 1, 2, 3, relatively fast), or else, you can use Sunscour , although I would put it in the sidedeck because you may play against decks wihtout cratures -thats why i prefer Ratchet Bomb -.
You can also use Runed Halo on yourself. It can prevent black cards with "sacrifice" mechanics, or prevent the damage of a creature full of auras, and help with repetitive red cards focused on life damage.
I recommend Angel of the Dire Hour , and make sure you have 4x Resplendent Angel , after all, they can decide the game all alone. You can also have more Shalai, Voice of Plenty if you think it is necessary, although Voice of All with deathtouch ir more elegant.
Adding an extra color you could also think to exchange all your artifacts for board wipe strategies like Akroma's Vengeance , Merciless Eviction along with the Brave the Elements strategy (to save your creatures). And maybe Profane Procession Flip, Kaya's Guile and Vindicate .
You could also find better lands to match this deck. You are only using "plains". I know it demands some researching, but you gonna have to do it sooner or later.
After this you could focus on a sidedeck against discard, blue counter, or something else. Like Luminarch Ascension , which is already there, and more cards related with the graveyard.
8 months ago
I will agree that the ability to untap all permanents, or all lands, or all non-lands is a HUGE advantage. seedborn muse is at the top of the list of cards that go into most green decks I make. That said, not every deck can take full advantage of the benefits, just as not every deck can take full advantage of, say Hypersonic Dragon or Teferi, Time Raveler 's +1 ability. If everyone and their grandmother are building the deck around one card (as we saw with paradox engine), then it makes sense to ban it; behold, to paraphrase the the EDH rules committee: "That $#!t don't fly".
The ability to cast ANY spell at flash, however, is something that every deck can take advantage of. By waiting on specific triggers, certain combinations otherwise impossible become disgustingly good. At the end of opponent's turn? cast Phage the Untouchable , and respond to it with Supreme Verdict . Field wipes, phage resolves, untap & swing. Sure, it's an over-the-top example, but it does illastrate the point nicely. Hell, for ages I had a deck of "bad cards" just so I could run Barren Glory and respond to it with Kaervek's Spite . the ability to flash that at the end of an opponent's turn massivly reduces the chances an opponent can do something about it. I think (or possibly just hope, but who knows) that wizards has discovered that Vedalken Orrery and Leyline of Anticipation aren't what people should have (it may be what they want, but that's another thing entirely). In war of the spark, we saw Vivien, Champion of the Wilds , Teferi, Time Raveler , and Emergence Zone , all good examples of what _should_ work as a flash mechanic - ones that have limitations built in - they have to remain in play, are on attackable, damageable permanents, or are a one-time, sac to activate effect. Quicken , Scout's Warning , and Savage Summoning are all other good examples of this mechanic being used. Now, Wilderness Reclamation is actually _waaaaaay_ lower on my threat-meter for one, simple reason - it only untaps once. Honestly, the Isochron Scepter + Dramatic Reversal combo is far more dangerous in my book, simply due to the ability to untap creatures as well as mana rocks. In a multi-player format, the difference between it and Seedborn Muse or Unwinding Clock is huge. Speaking of Unwinding Clock , this is one of the cards that also don't have as much of a problem with - to get the full effect of this card, you're typically going to have to build your deck as an artifact deck. and in a format with Vandalblast , Bane of Progress , Shatterstorm , Nevinyrral's Disk , Akroma's Vengeance ...well, the list goes on. And since most people run Sol Ring (I'll confess to a love/hate relationship with that card, but thats a story for another time), most decks will run at least _one_ artifact removal (or steal) effect on the assumption that their opponent's will also be running it.
anyway, just my two cents as a response.