Undaunted (This spell costs less to cast for each opponent. )
Destroy two target creatures.
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|Commander 2016 (C16)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Curtains' Call occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%
Curtains' Call Discussion
3 months ago
The rules wording of Hexproof means "This permanent can't be the target of spells or abilities your opponents control." If you give your Beast hexproof in response to it being targeted, it will no longer be a legal target.
In the case of Go for the Throat specifically, the spell's only target is no longer legal and the spell will "fizzle," or simply fail to resolve and be removed from the stack, with the card sent to the graveyard. If it were a spell like Curtains' Call , where it has two targets, and the other target was still legal, then the spell would still resolve and just do as much as it could (your creature would survive due to no longer being a legal target).
7 months ago
...I can't believe I didn't have C-Rift in here.
7 months ago
Looks like a solid Yuriko list. A couple of suggestions for your consideration though. Back when I still had my Yuriko deck I loved using the Eldritch Moon Eldrazi: Emrakul, the Promised End , Vexing Scuttler , Elder Deep-Fiend , etc. They all have huge mana costs, but each cost can be reduced. It's especially fun to sac Yuriko to the emerge eldrazi, then bounce the emerge eldrazi back to hand with Yuriko, and then repeat the process.
Here is my old list if you want to take a look: Pocket Sand v2
7 months ago
Cover of Darkness is a good tribal evasion-giver.
I highly suggest some sort of top-deck manipulation. Unfortunately, a lot of the best cards in this arena are very expensive: Jace, the Mind Sculptor , Sensei's Divining Top and Scroll Rack all cost a pretty penny. Soothsaying is another good option, as it lets you stack heavy CMC cards on top of the deck to hit opponents more reliably.
You should consider the new ninja they spoiled today: Fallen Shinobi. I think it'll be pretty good.
I think Demonic Tutor is better than Insidious Dreams . I think you should run it if you have access to it. Lim-Dul's Vault is a good sort of tutor, is more affordable, and also allows you to stack your deck with high mana-cost cards to flip off your general.
Commandeer is a good piece of disruption with a high CMC. It's still about $20 though.
Windfall is a good way to refill your hand.
Bolas's Citadel is a good way to get cheaper cards off the top of your deck. Also, if you combo it with the aforementioned Sensei's Divining Top , you can clear annoying lands off the top of your library.
I don't think you should run 36 lands. Cutting 2 or 3 is very much on the table.
Augury Owl should be mainboard. You can play it, scry something big to the top, attack with it the next turn and then ninjutsu out your general to flip the fatty.
Baleful Strix is a good creature you can return with a ninja. When it enters it draws a card, so being able to repeatedly cast it will give you a lot of card advantage. Looter il-Kor and Cloud of Faeries are also good two-drops to be running, as they are difficult to block and provide extra value.
Twilight Prophet is a good card, as it draws extra and works within your decks theme.
Curtains' Call is a good, cost-reducing creature that can two-for-one your opponents.
Morphic Pool is a good dual land.
Good luck with deck building!
8 months ago
I like to think of nether void as the old "somebody else's problem". While you build up your own game plan, you put great pressure on most other decks by dropping this. But you make a convincing argument- it's too parallel.
These are uhh... suboptimal. But avatar at least offers decent removal. I have to ask, what meta do you play this in?
9 months ago
1 year ago
Vampiric Tutor is the #1 card you could put in to improve the deck. Diabolic Vision is an excellent cantrip. Temporal Trespass is the best extra turn spell you could ask for, since the CMC is an upside. Same goes for Curtains' Call and Avatar of Woe . Insidious Dreams and Ancestral Knowledge are extra Doomsdays. Unnatural Selection is an extra creature-type changer. Emrakul, the Promised End is a good eldrazi of choice, since you'll actually be able to cast it if you tutor it to the top of your library. Trench Gorger is a good late game card, since it does triple duty acting as a huge beater, high-CMC target, and deck-thinner. For little guys, Tormented Soul , Triton Shorestalker , Faerie Impostor , Prickly Boggart , Vampire Cutthroat , Looter il-Kor , Nether Traitor , Flitterstep Eidolon , Thalakos Seer , Baleful Strix , Augury Owl , Spire Owl , and Sage Owl are better than some of your choices,
1 year ago
Mogis, God of Slaughter seems to not synergize with the rest of the deck very well, and it is fairly expensive.
Curtains' Call seems very slow for a control piece. You already have a lot of control, so I think it is a safe cut.
Not many people find Mass Land Destruction fun, so I would not recommend Impending Disaster unless you know what you are doing. Since the playgroup is unknown, I would not risk it.
48 lands feels like a lot. Unless you find yourself consistently having land problems, you should only need 42 or 43.
Hope that this is helpful!