Consign / Oblivion

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Standard Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Hour of Devastation Uncommon

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Consign / Oblivion

Instant

Return target nonland permanent to its owner's hand. / Aftermath (Cast this spell only from your graveyard. Then exile it.)Target opponent discards two cards.

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Consign / Oblivion Discussion

wattyfathom on Cyanomania

4 days ago

I've been running Spontaneous Mutation in place of Unsummon against all of the aggro out there (I even mainboard 2 of them). I've had way too many times they just cast the same haste creature the very next turn. I've also been running Aether Hub in place of some of the Islands. Consign / Oblivion has been my go-to instead of Winds of Rebuke. I've had Winds mill my important cards way too many times to remember. Definitely need a Crook of Condemnation or two in the sideboard.

Some other creatures you may want to consider are Curator of Mysteries (enable delirium, cycle, or just a big blocker) and Shielded Aether Thief (decent blocker, flash and card draw if you are including the Aether Hubs).

Uri on Let's build: UR cycle tokens.

1 month ago

Some other cards I've been thinking of:

Consign / Oblivion I think it's nice... although, I rather really prefer Unsubstantiate as I don't do anything with Oblivion unless I splash black. And I don't want HIM to discard cards, as that counteracts my fevered visions.

Hour of Devastation This one is actually a much better boardwipe than I had foreseen. It doesn't kill the Locust God Well, it does, but the locust god doesn't care. and my Torrential Gearhulk, however it does kill Kefnet, and everything else.

Pull from Tomorrow It's a much slower draw source, but it draws a lot more.

DubiousDanish on Fraying Sanity (HOU Standard)

1 month ago

With Glimmer of Genius you want a deck that is already running some energy-centric package. It helps resupply in multiple ways, but won't help you apply pressure immediately. Adding Dynavolt Tower to your sideboard would help to buffer against any aggressive strategies and create more synergy for Glimmer of Genius. Edifice of Authority can be used here instead if you drop Glimmer of Genius from your build, as it does not require energy to use. Essence Extraction can be used to kill off a haste creature and recoup life lost from an attacker that slipped through. Grip of the Roil can frost a creature and draw you a card. Lay Bare the Heart synergizes with Fraying Sanity and removes threats before your opponent can cast them. Manic Scribe has an etb mill 3 and can then block for you. Consign / Oblivion can stall a spell and then aftermath to make them discard it which will work with Fraying Sanity. Those are some options to consider while tinkering with your build, I hope something catches your eye.

Notlikeyou on Grixis Control

1 month ago

Fatal Push? best removal in... almost any format

Abrade great against everything in the format.Maybe Doomfall.Torment of Hailfire is awesome.

I don't think Consign / Oblivion is good enough.Consider taking in some Torrential Gearhulk.

But brews are brews... Play whatever you think is fun

Kagani on UB "Combo" Mill HOU

1 month ago

Baral has been a consideration bc of how good he is if you can untap with him, however as far as early turns he plays a bit contrary to your goal. If you curve into him you could Startled Awake on 3, but you really want Fraying Sanity out first. This version leans on startled and Sanity and ways to survive so you can dig for them, it rarely slow mills and very frequently combo mills. As far as Winds of Rebuke I've got Consign / Oblivion in that slot right now, and though I don't frequently use the oblivion side, it has come up. Currently I'm leaning on the versatility of the card over winds (though it mills) though that may change.

Thanks for the upvote!

greyninja on Hour of Devastation Spoilers

1 month ago

I have to agree with LittleBlueHero that Unquenchable Thirst is an all-star. I played 2x Unquenchable Thirst, Compulsory Rest, Cast Out, Lay Claim, bounce spells like Galestrike, Unsummon, Consign / Oblivion, Failure / Comply, and some of the white burn spells. Keeping their creatures on the battlefield is a really mean way to tease your opponent hahaha

ALSO I FORGOT TO MENTION THAT I CAST Oketra's Last Mercy OFF OF As Foretold TWICE LAST NIGHT! FRICKIN RIDICULOUS. What a slap to the face!

D-World on Your God-Pharaoh has Returned

1 month ago

schweiner Thank you for the feedback! I've done a bit of playtesting and I've come to similar conclusions regarding most of those cards. The Chandras are a bit too flashy, especially when I realised everything I could get out of her could also be obtained from Ob Nixilis Reignited. Running three of them would be far to much, so I've outed the Chandras and gone for Ob Nixilis and a Chandra, Flamecaller (who ended up coming out of the sideboard every game). Baral and Bontu's Last reckoning aren't performing as usefully as I thought they would, so I'm removing them out for Disallow because I don't have a hard counter in the deck, and Consign / Oblivion because bouncing is good for aggro, and discard is good against control (and you can resolve an Oblivion off of a Gearhulk.

I've not played against Mardu Vehicles just yet, but I think you're right that I should pack a couple more Abrades. Liliana isn't pulling her weight either, she either absorbs a counterspell or gets overrun (and sometimes she mills away a win condition). So I'll cut her out.

However I stand my ground on the Scarab God. In a control mirror he's a fantastic way to finish the game once you're both out of juice, because your opponents have very little to actually kill him with, and at that point if you start spawning 4/4 Gearhulks you can close out the game very swiftly. He might eventually make his way to the sideboard and then perhaps out of the deck, but until then I think he's still worthy of the God-Pharaoh's praise.

Thanks again for the feedback!

Countermage on Izzet Prowess

1 month ago

This deck looks so much fun, but it seems pretty fragile against sweepers since you don't run Negate mainboard. Have you considered cards like Riddleform , Kefnet the Mindful, Reason / Believe or Consign / Oblivion, to name a few?