Curse of Exhaustion

Curse of Exhaustion

Enchantment — Aura Curse

Enchant player

Enchanted player can't cast more than one spell each turn.

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Set Rarity
Dark Ascension (DKA) Uncommon

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

Curse of Exhaustion occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.01%

Curse of Exhaustion Discussion

griffstick on Provocative Provocateur

3 months ago

You should play cards like curses. Especially Curse of Exhaustion and Overwhelming Splendor .

Iron_eye2 on Erayo psuedo stasis

7 months ago

chronatog dose not seem to be that good of a win con. Have you considered Decimator Web ? also, you could run Jace, Unraveler of Secrets as your other erayo. You can also play Curse of Exhaustion as a one-sided rule of law. You can also run Knowledge Pool as another erayo. I think you can cut some thopters and memnites for a more control package, like Path to Exile , Cryptic Command . your kytheon does not seem too good here, meybe switch him for another gideon. I myself tried to build this lockout shell, but I gave up. Nice to see someone trying to do this!

quadmiller7 on Choas

9 months ago

Rule of Law or Curse of Exhaustion + Possibility Storm is a lock your opponent has to exile the first spell to possibility storm but cannot cast more than one spell so they cannot cast any more spells

biggestmtgnerd on Boros possibility storm

1 year ago

Good concept for a deck, but way too few lands; every time I've playtested your deck I've only been able to consistently hit the first two land drops. A control deck like yours might want more lands than average, perhaps 24-27, but if you insist on a below average land amount at least up it to 19 lands. To fit these extra lands in, I recommend cutting Assemble the Legion (too slow), Rest in Peace , or Blind Obedience (too situational, though both of those cards would fit well into your sideboard, as they can completely nerf some decks). If you do cut those, then you should also consider cutting out Sphere of Safety , since you'll have fewer enchantments so it'll be less effective. If you get more slots open, I'd also recommend fitting in an Idyllic Tutor somewhere, as it can help you assemble your Possibility Storm + Curse of Exhaustion combo much more easily. Hope that helps!

Snap157 on The Orzhov Syndicate desires an ...

1 year ago

Animar is a creature based deck. You have some of the best sweepers ever in your colors. Use Toxic Deluge , Wrath of God , Damnation , Fumigate , Cleansing Nova , Terminus , Hallowed Burial , Rout , Decree of Pain , and others to beat it. I would include 6-7.

Killing animar is next to impossible in your colors. Maybe consider Unstable Obelisk ?

Cards such as Torpor Orb , Lethal Vapors , Curse of Exhaustion , and Humility can help a lot too. Good luck!

Jimmy_Chinchila on

1 year ago

Leonin Arbiter is a bit slow but solid in early game if they’re ramping to Vannifar. Consider Ghost Quarter and Field of Ruin to complement the library search ban cards.

Curse of Exhaustion , Eidolon of Rhetoric , Rule of Law and Ethersworn Canonist also good ways to slow down. Authority of the Consuls can soften the blow.

Ixalan's Binding forces them to have enchantment removal before they can recast Vannifar. A touch more icing for the cake.

Nice build, +1

Demarge on Boros is getting better, no ...

1 year ago

It would take some restrictive card choices for boros to be good in commander, you can win in some playgroups where aggressive commanders is rare, but quite quickly a playgroup will learn to assess your threats or they will learn if they stop your first push to win you likely won't have the card advantage to recover.

Now commander often isn't all about winning, but enjoying varying cool combinations of big spells. does boros do anything that isn't just being aggressive or trying to prison or stax down the board? Both are extremely linear in thought and one I've observed first hand as the worst experience for the opponent (I do love Possibility Storm Curse of Exhaustion lockdowns). So not only is boros' power level in card advantage low, but the playstyle is also either boring or actively hated by most of the commander community... but man now I want to theory craft how many oppressive boardstates I can make with w/r now, like Storm Cauldron + Manabarbs + the effects that have people take dmg from landfall... it'd even get around some edh league's rule of no land destruction or combos, hmm.

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