Crumble to Dust


Format Legality
Limited Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Highlander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Battle for Zendikar (BFZ) Uncommon

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Crumble to Dust


Devoid (This card has no color.)

Exile target nonbasic land. Search its controller's graveyard, hand, and library for any number of cards with the same name as that land and exile them. Then that player shuffles his or her library.

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Crumble to Dust Discussion

DanTheBear on Burn baby burn

1 week ago

xyr0s so would 2 of Crumble to Dust and Vandalblast be good. Considering my local meta Relic of Progenitus is the better option. Prowess saves Monastary Swiftspear so ill add some Pyroclasm.

Thanks for all the help

xyr0s on Burn baby burn

1 week ago

About that sideboard... I'm not really getting the cards you have in it. It seems to just be additional burn spells, like those you couldn't find space for maindeck. A better sideboard strategy is to find cards that would greatly impact specific matchups. Say, you play against a lot of elves, monowhite blink, and 8whack, and would like to win more of those games. All those decks have in common that Pyroclasm wrecks their game-plan, or Anger of the Gods if you don't mind waiting for turn 3. Another whole pile of strategies includes the graveyard (dredge, reanimation, anything with Snapcaster Mage, anything with a tarmogoyf in it), and you can get a huge advantage in those games if you have graveyard-hate like Relic of Progenitus or Tormod's Crypt. Since you are playing red, you have access to really good cards against artifacts and lands, and should make the most of this advantagem - just consider which opponents would become walk-overs if you had Crumble to Dust or Vandalblast.

The real question for a sideboard card is: "In which games will I use this card?" If you rotate from one burn spell into another, it just seems like you picked the wrong one for your maindeck. Instead you should look at conditionally strong cards, at best targeted at the meta you play in (one type of deck may be preferred by a lot of players where you play, and then you can bring sideboard cards specifically against it).

GeneralGre on Rakdos destruct

2 weeks ago

Looking for ideas for this Deck i believe that Fulminator Mage wuld be a great addition as well as Crumble to Dust. All are better options than Smallpox and maybe even better than Pooling Venom. Kolaghan's Command is a great card too but is sadly very expensive. Having a plan against Aggro would be good to (Humans and Hollow One is still big and Burn is always there) so some sweeper in the Sideboard (Anger of the Gods and/or Damnation) will help a lot. Maybe having something that gains you life as well. Control should be a good matchup with the Blightning and land destruction (if you get it done early enough) Tron is obviously perfect, Affinity is tough and i dont have a good solution other than Kolaghan's Command but im certain there is something. Most midrange matches should work because they wont get going without any mana and adding some removal should close it out. The sideboard is probably gonna be the most important part of this deck. If i have any other ideas i'll leave them here.

UnderworldFiend on Jeskai Control

3 weeks ago

Idk if tron or scapeshift is huge around you, but Crumble to Dust is a good sideboard card

Pabs4444 on GR Eldrazi

3 weeks ago

How has BBE been working in your deck? It doesn't seem like it will be doing as much as you would normally want as it misses quite a bit of the eldrazi in the deck, resulting in hitting the mana dorks instead. Also, Crumble to Dust would go well in the SB as a possible 1-2 of. Anyways, good luck on the deck!

Nathanaiel on Boros Pyromancer

3 weeks ago

I like it a lot! I think Boros Charm should definitely have a spot in the 75, it's such a strong & versatile card. I'm a little unsure if Assemble the Legion is too slow for modern, especially since this deck can definitely end games relatively quickly.

Also, may I suggest Crumble to Dust > Molten Rain in the sideboard?

What matchups do you side in Goblin Rabblemaster for?

APPLE01DOJ on Mardu Primer?

2 months ago

After looking at the deck you need to do a lot to make it competitive.

The biggest change you could do is drop all of the tapped lands. 12 tapped lands is too many and too slow.

The next change I would advise is running some actual viable cards. So for instance if you play black, play its strengths: Fatal Push, Dark Confidant, Thoughtseize, Inquisition of Kozilek, Liliana of the Veil and Terminate. I can see some synergy in your deck but you really need cards that offer value by themselves. Top decking a Tainted Strike or Rouse the Mob will be useless in a lot of situations.

White offers Lingering Souls and Path to Exile but it really shines on the SB. Rest in Peace, Stony Silence, Ghostly Prison and stuff like that.

Red is going to be Lightning Bolt, Young Pyromancer and some strong SB cards like Slaughter Games, Crumble to Dust, Shatterstorm and Anger of the Gods.

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