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Confusion in the Ranks
Whenever an artifact, creature, or enchantment enters the battlefield, its controller chooses target permanent another player controls that shares a type with it. Exchange control of those permanents.
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Confusion in the Ranks Discussion
1 day ago
@soul22stein it depends on the game they're trying to play. I personally do, unless it's a guaranteed chaos deck, because chaos isn't all that fun. If you want something better, try Confusion in the Ranks. you can exchange permanents easily that way, which is chaotic AND helps your plan.
4 days ago
So Kindred Discovery is dangerous, not a bad way to take out the board if Purphoros, God of the Forge is on the table, but in just about every other situation unless you remove it, if you name insect you will deck yourself before everyone dies because neither ability is a may ability (I would play it anyway).
You could add a little chaos to the mix with Confusion in the Ranks, trade your little 1/1 for a big creature your opponent controls (but this is also a little dangerous, but hey safe isn't always fun).
1 week ago
For question 1: There's no trigger. When you check right after the event (Song of the Dryads entering the battlefield) to see if anything is supposed to trigger, Confusion in the Ranks doesn't have any abilities.
For questions 2 and 3: It's not 100% clear, but the answer is most likely "no". If Grimlock, Dinobot Leader's text was intended to refer to double-faced cards in general, it would say so. As-written, it seems to be referring to either a "Transformers" creature subtype or a very specific subgroup of Transformer DFCs (of which Grimlock is currently the only example).
1 week ago
So as we were playing today a few questions came up in my playgroup (and a few more came up in the back of my mind on the way home).
2 weeks ago
first off, two things
mizzix is a combo general, not control, and "control" and "fun" arent really the same thing, if by fun control you mean YOU have fun and nobody else does, then you're talking control!
there's a million options for good control commanders, but for edh multiplayer the most common and reliable control are stax builds, where you ramp out very fast into stuff like Smokestack, Winter Orb, Torpor Orb and Sphere of Resistance which then slows everyone down immensely with you being in the lead, problem is most of the good ramp that gets you very far ahead very fast to be able to handle the effects of such cards on your own board state are pricy.
keranos because it combines the above stax with Counterspells galore and the ability to cast Jokulhaups/Obliterate/Wildfire without keranos dying, and he just draws you into more lands and counters and bolts creatures
meren because she can easily ramp early by stacking Arbor Elf type cards and then playing stax or cards like Living Plane, Grave Pact or Contamination to not let opponents do much of anything while getting a free creature to sacrifice every turn, abusing stuff like Sidisi, Undead Vizier, Gray Merchant of Asphodel or Eternal Witness
stax is the cornerstone of edh control, but many other commanders do it well,
the most fun but least competitive form of staxcontrol is chaos, where silly things occur and lots of dice rolls of chance, for these you want my favorite general, Nekusar, the Mindrazer, or other chaos generals like Norin the Wary
nekusar uses chaos to win in the form of mass draws via Teferi's Puzzle Box or Wheel of Fortune effects, which is like casting a bunch of global mulligans and can either win you games or feed your opponents based on what cards are drawn when you force draw
theres plenty more but those are the most common i can think of
1 month ago
I've been looking for a good horde deck for months now and I love this. Of course, I'm always looking to break the game rules so I have to ask how would chaos decks work against the horde?
How would you rule card interactions with the horde deck of the following i.e. would they be adjusted for this gamemode or perhaps even banned?
I suppose you could just rule that they do not affect the horde and only affect the other players.
1 month ago
+1 from me dude. I think you defenitely need some ETB-effects like Pandemonium or Confusion in the Ranks. You could use Equilibrium. Why? Because it is very hard for your opponent, that everytime you cast a creature, return a creature of an opponent back to its hand. To have a great damage effect, you could combine Equilibrium with Black Vise. But of course, that is your decision. Ninjitsu is an ability that needs to be abused you know? Equilibrium could be the Engine behind your ninjitsu based deck.
2 months ago
I love chaos decks but you gotta know Grip of Chaos is profoundly bad-mannered and is the type of card that will make people not want to play against you. I would replace it with Possibility Storm. That or Confusion in the Ranks or Mindmoil. Wild Evocation perhaps.