Catastrophe

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Battle Royale Box Set (BRB) Rare
Urza's Saga (USG) Rare

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Catastrophe

Sorcery

Destroy all lands or all creatures. Creatures destroyed this way can't be regenerated.

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Catastrophe Discussion

BlueBat93 on Atraxa Walkers

1 week ago

Very cool Superfriends Deck, I will definitely take some of the cards you have in here (most notably Catastrophe, Terminus, Cleansing Nova, Everflowing Chalice and Thaumatic Compass in consideration for my iteration of Atraxa, Praetors' Voice.

You might want to consider Pir, Imaginative Rascal, Shalai, Voice of Plenty, Djeru, With Eyes Open and Oath of Gideon for yours. I want to see my fellow Superfriends bretheren wipe some ass on Muddstah's channel, so keep up this amazing deck and keep us posted!

eliakimras on Kaalia Work in Progress

1 month ago

Another tip: Lightning Greaves and Mother of Runes provide additional protection for Kaalia, because she is famous by what she can do and smart opponents will try to take her out as soon she is cast. // You can also try massive land destruction once Kaalia hits the battlefield, because you don't really need lands if you can attack with her to put your big creatures on the battlefield for free. It also prevent opponents from casting removal spells on her, giving you enough time to smash their faces. Armageddon, Boom // Bust, Catastrophe and Decree of Annihilation are all options, but beware: some people think their lands are sacred, therefore frown upon massive land destruction (MLD). // Steel Hellkite can help you deal with problematic permanents. Liliana's Contract might be an alternative win condition, and it still draws you a good chunk of cards. Swords to Plowshares is a cheap removal spell that is a staple in EDH. Utter End and Merciless Eviction are also solid, because they can exile anything.

SynergyBuild on Avacyn, Angel of "Nope"

3 months ago

Any deck with an Angel of Jubilation gets a +1 for me (which leads me to +1 a lot of decks...) and I quite like builds like this! Though the decks cost is something like a teacher's yearly salary, I am sure I can trade a few lands from my vintage deck to get it (If I had a vintage deck ;-; ), but that is beside the point, I want to ask why the lack of Gemstone Caverns and Ancient Tomb in the list, they act as fast-paced ramp in mono-white, and I don't imagine you'd be opposed to the price, so that would seem pretty cool, Scroll Rack is another card I would suggest.

Scroll Rack gets a lot of hate outside of the Land Tax or Weathered Wayfarer synergy, but I still think it is powerful without them. It basically is a sorcery that doubles your hand worst case scenario for like or so. That is pretty good for mono-white.

Armageddon type cards are something that you probably don't run for a reason, but I'd at least want to know the reason. Catastrophe could also just work as a sweeper for creatures.


Two things in the description, first, "Konwing" should be "knowing" I think, minor tid-bit (I am a Grammar Nazi!) and the second is pretty major... YOU LOAN A $7356 DECK TO NEW PLAYERS?!?... The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale will be bent when they shuffle it... That is like $500 down the drain if you try to sell it bent.

You make me cry.

SynergyBuild on Roon

3 months ago

There are easy turn one wins, take Grixis Twin for example, Swamp, Dark Ritual, Sol Ring, Buried Ruin, Reanimate.

That wins turn one, you fetch a Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker, Phyrexian Delver, Pestermite, reanimate the Delver, to reanimate Kiki-Jiki, copy the delver, return the mite, Pestermite + Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker to win.

The deck Grixis Twin can win a a ton of ways turn one, so can flash-hulk, and food chain tazri, etc.

You honestly gave the second worst example for a deck to win fast with Teferi, it is a stax deck, Blood Pod is a tad bit worse, it is a beatdown stax build, so even a perfect god hand might not win with it turn one.


The stax lock you gave takes way longer than turn 4 to pull off, and infinite removal won't affect storm, so I don't know why you think that stops your opponents, Winter Orb can shut off a table on its own, that is what stax is, not a combo. Tangle Wire slows down a tables tempo a ton. Smokestack might take some time, but it works, Armageddon single-handely has won many a game. Stax is about those cards, not Acidic Slime.

Armageddon, Ravages of War, Catastrophe, Cataclysm, Ruination, Decree of Annihilation (cycle it), Sphere of Resistance, Thalia, Guardian of Thraben, Thorn of Amethyst and the like are real stax cards. A 3 card combo that costs 11 mana (not including Palinchron's cost, it is kind of free.) isn't what turns a deck into a stax deck.


I said a control deck should run 30+ answers, none of the decks I mentions after were control, I apologize, that was on me. Control is a cEDH strategy, in the way it is in Tier 2-2.5, but I was only talking tier 1 lists, so it didn't fit there, I apologize again if I didn't mention that.


Yes, Roon is a tier 2.5 list on that tier list, I respect that entirely, you know the decklist that was mentioned there? Prison Can Roon Your Life, a stax deck, you know what cards it runs? Thalia, Guardian of Thraben, Vryn Wingmare, Thorn of Amethyst, Sphere of Resistance, and do you know what it doesn't run? Acidic Slime, Deadeye Navigator, Palinchron, cards like that.

Hokori and Seedborn Muse are good cards, I will give you that, honestly, my suggestions are one of two, turn the deck into Prison Can Roon Your Life, or something of similar competitiveness, like Bant Flash + Protean Hulk, or drop the "competitive" hub.

fluffyeel on Filibusta' Foxes | Endless Expedition

3 months ago

Suggestions for fun stuff:

xram666 on Lin Sivvi's Rebels

3 months ago

@ForTheOldFrame: Thanks for your upvote and your detailed comment and sorry for posting so late. I was busy the last days and didn't find the time to reply.

I will try to answer to all your suggestion but I myself aren't an expert in EDH too. So maybe I am wrong with some choices and many cards depend on teh playgroup you are playing:

So thanks again for your comment and now I have the problem to find cards to take out for your suggestions ;-)

ForTheOldFrame on Lin Sivvi's Rebels

3 months ago

Continuing from before...

  1. I like your choice of Wraths. If you're reconsidering, think about Cataclysm -- one of the strongest of them all, and from Exodus! -- or the game's only instant-speed Wrath, Fated Retribution. Also consider Catastrophe or Armageddon to knock out enemy lands, once you've got a good board state or you think there's a Genesis Wave coming. (12 lands is the magic number.) Land destruction is dishonorable, but Zacama's more dishonorable than that; I'm trying to teach myself that if the card isn't banned, it's not dishonorable enough to not use.
  2. Cessation is a lot harder to kill than Pacifism.
  3. If you're willing to use planeswalkers, Elspeth Tirel is a reusable Wrath/Disk; the other two Elspeths give you chump-attackers for Sword of the Animist. Gideon of the Trials gives you a Gideon Worship effect, and there are other playable Gideons. OTOH, planeswalkers aren't exactly Rebel-era cards -- I can understand not wanting to use them, and I think you can win without them.
  4. Angel's Trumpet is a crazy, game-warping card which... probably doesn't have a place here after all, since it creates a risk of the enemy killing your utility creatures. But it's worth knowing about, I think.
  5. Rune of Protection: Red and Rune of Protection: Green. Since you're mono-white, the W requirement isn't a drawback, and you can cycle them in the wildly unlikely event that you don't face any Gruul, Elementals, dinosaurs, or treefolk.
  6. Icatian Store is a mono-white storage land. I have no idea if storage lands are worth bothering with or not, but I'm kind of liking them so far.
  7. Zhuge Liang (Kongming, "Sleeping Dragon") is always useful in White Weenie. Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite is probably a stronger option, but I don't like Phyrexians on a Vorthos level; it's much more fun to run historical figures. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zhuge_Liang)
  8. Pariah and Pariah's Shield have fun interactions with Cho-Manno, but probably aren't necessary if you're using a relevant Circle/Rune of Protection.

Regardless, great work so far! I found that a lot of the cards I was going to recommend were already in the deck; and I'm hanging on to this deck for future reference. If I ever build something similar, this will be the starting point!

PookandPie on Brave. Stupid, But Brave. (Sigarda Solo Voltron)

3 months ago

Cartouche of Strength is better than at least one of your other auras. 6 damage to any creature is pretty huge, plus it gives needed trample.

No Sage's Reverie seems weird considering this deck has so few ways of drawing cards, plus it also makes Sigarda huge.

Leyline of Lifeforce seems very unnecessary when you have Cavern of Souls and could just Sylvan Scrying for that, considering you run exactly one creature in the 99.

Hunter's Insight might be reasonable here. You run Hunter's Prowess, but let's be honest, this deck doesn't seem to have a lot of avenues to produce card advantage. It's 2 mana less than Soul's Majesty, in any event.

I feel like Armageddon, Cataclysm, and Catastrophe could have opportunities here. Sigarda is hard to address, as is, but global effects still hit her, such as board wipes, mass exile, and mass bounce. These cards would make it substantially more difficult for your opponents to hit you with these cards, which are Sigarda's one weakness, while you beat them down.

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