Crackling Perimeter

Crackling Perimeter


Tap an untapped Gate you control: Crackling Perimeter deals 1 damage to each opponent.

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Crackling Perimeter Discussion

wigglytuff6645 on 2016-01-29 update of Bill Gates

1 week ago

Yah, i just feel like I can rush most opponents with straight land drops, I should definitely side in Safe Passage and Fog or something just in case. I didnt go with Crackling Perimeter cause I feel like its a wasted slot when I could just focus on the main plan. Thank you tho, ill get right on that sideboard xD

gabriel86 on 2016-01-29 update of Bill Gates

1 week ago

I really like this deck, you could have a sideboard 4x Into the Wilds as an alternative to Summer Bloom, apart from that you could run red splash with Crackling Perimeter as a sideboard.

Crackling Perimeter lets you damage both opponent and planeswalkers.

Defend the Hearth could be another choice for preventing damage but i think it serves also as a sideboard card.

Having a sideboard with preventing damage cards would benefit in surviving to reach maze end's objective if you're facing a fast aggro deck.

Some cards could be Riot Control, Supreme Verdict or Terminus

Livingham on Charisma 10

2 weeks ago

If you're trying to go for a more fun multiplayer experience then I would recommend just focusing heavily on the charm aspect of the deck. Adding in a few more charms to get them more consistently and adding in cards to have even more fun with the charms, like Isochron Sceptre and Djinn Illuminatus, could give your deck a better ability to have a presence in the game. Also, I would recommend Crackling Perimeter. It's not amazing but it's always fun to run with gates and it can actually start putting out a decent amount of damage if you have Seedborn Muse out.

I would also recommend adding in a few more wincons, I realized that Cromat himself is one of the best wincons for the deck. By adding just a few cards like Might of the Nephilim, Civic Saber, or Finest Hour you can turn Cromat into a 2-hit kill. Also, if you want to add infinite mana combos then you can use Djinn Illuminatus to infinitely cast damage charms or you can even just use Cromat's +1/+1 ability infinitely. If you want I can upload my deck later today to show you the approach I took.

TehGrief on The Dragon's Maze

3 weeks ago

Interesting idea, consider adding a couple cards listed below to make it more playable!

For more gate synergy and sheer jokes!;

Other good cards you should consider;

The_Redpill on 2015-12-26 update of Maze's End ...

1 month ago

Sergal One time I was playing against goblins with Krenko, Mob Boss at its head. My hand was full of Fog-like effects, while he was doubling his population every turn. It got to the point where he had 25, 50, and 100 tokens on the board, and I Riot Controlled each turn and then popped a Planar Cleansing. Needless to say, he conceded.

Dorotheus I considered Crackling Perimeter for my deck (which you can find here), but I decided to have it focus primarily on being Turbo-Fog instead.

Dorotheus on 2015-12-26 update of Maze's End ...

1 month ago

Having played real modern Maze's End decks before, the secondary and more often used win condition is Crackling Perimeter.


Format Legality
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal

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Set Rarity
Gatecrash Uncommon

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