Asceticism

Legality

Format Legality
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Scars of Mirrodin (SOM) Rare

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Asceticism

Enchantment

Creatures you control have hexproof. (They can't be the targets of spells or abilities your opponents control.)

: Regenerate target creature.

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Asceticism Discussion

xeratheenigma on Kresh Deck : Need help ...

1 day ago

Well you have access to Asceticism, Wrap in Vigor, Blossoming Defense and which are pretty good at turning off removal. Imp's Mischief is also pretty good at making removal bad.

Crypt Angel has decent utility and pro white can go along way and Marauding Knight could be pretty backbreaking against a monowhite deck.

I completely overlooked spot removal and yes I would personally up the number of spot removal I'd play. Here's a short list of spot removal I'd consider for kresh:

Doom Blade, Go for the Throat, Ultimate Price, Innocent Blood, Vendetta, Slaughter Pact, Chaos Warp, Dismember, Ashes to Ashes, Snuff Out, Terminate, Putrefy, Devour Flesh, Diabolic Edict, and Oblivion Strike ( I suggest this only if your avacyn player plays Iona, Shield of Emeria.). Hopefully some of these will prove to be helpful

Steelspike on Does anyone else get targeted ...

4 days ago

My advice to you would be to play a deck that you find extremely fun.

Maybe something with green and white so you can play Privileged Position/Sterling Grove and Asceticism. Possibly Orbs of Warding as well. Just to ward off (pardon the pun) the most damage your opponents could do.

Yesterday on Godfather Death (Horobi EDH)

5 days ago

Do you still play this deck very much? How are you finding it? I've been mulling over building a Horobi deck for some time but was thinking I might instead include it as the 'hidden commander' in a deck which contains cards like Asceticism and Privileged Position.

Veilstone Amulet is a pretty neat card which I hadn't seen before, but how have you found it plays in the deck? We have sort of a control-heavy meta where I play and I feel like people would just target my commander in response to that trigger going on the stack.

AaronMosh on Clan Dromoka

6 days ago

Hydrax thanks for the suggestion. I feel like Asceticism would work very well in this deck for some added protection. I found Privileged Position and I am not sure which one would be better. I really like Asceticism's ability to regenerate creatures and it would make my board wipes less painful. I don't really know what to take out though, unless you might have some input on that as well.

Hydrax on Clan Dromoka

1 week ago

Looks really good! I find Asceticism quite useful in decks with big creatures like this. You might like it too.

Rivenor on Saskia's Giant Murder Noodles

1 week ago

What a fun tribe to play with! The broad colors make it a bit tougher to run some of my suggestions so I completely understand if they did not make the cut.

First, my favorite wurm Plated Slagwurm, the 3 green is steep but depending on how Murder-happy your table is, the extra protection can come in handy.

Next, Garruk, Primal Hunter. Ultimate is on theme and adds some nice card draw and earlier game buddies for your wurms to hang out with. Again 3 green so I get it if mana is the issue here.

Some protection in the form of Heroic Intervention Rootborn Defenses and generation with Yavimaya Hollow and Asceticism. Help you avoid boardwipes ruining your day.

lagotripha on Monogreen Constellation

1 week ago

Benefaction of Rhonas is a slightly better Kruphix's Insight- I'd consider running both.

There are some interesting tools in the monogreen enchantment toolbox- Asceticism is undoubtably my favourite, but you might like Bow of Nylea Crop Sigil, Rancor, Cream of the Crop, Wreath of Geists, Oath of the Ancient Wood,

Impromptu Raid/Call of the Wild are an interesting pairing for mono-green ramp lists, but rarely run well.

I reccomend focussing a little on ramping into higher cost cards- 5 drops are a lot less expensive money-wise than 4 drops in modern, and a lot of them are game changing- a well placed Plow Under or Primal Command, stacking up a Gigantiform, Gutter Grime, Lost in the Woods etc.

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