Deadly Allure

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Dark Ascension (DKA) Uncommon

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Deadly Allure

Sorcery

Target creature gains deathtouch until end of turn and must be blocked this turn if able.

Flashback {{G}} (You may cast this card from your graveyard for its flashback cost. Then exile it.)

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Deadly Allure Discussion

FipsusRex on Saprolings

1 month ago

Already considered Treetop Village. Added Hissing Quagmire as a dual colored land, in the first place. And as a "scare your opponent - sort of removal" thingy in the second. Maybe I skip man-lands for tempo. 26 creatures an token generation should be enough stuff on the board.

If only Deadly Allure would be an instant...

Spazik008 on Obliterock 2018

4 months ago

Hello, I run a very similar list and would love to compare notes. The Deadly Allure is an interesting choice, I mostly just went for power cards.


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Emzed on The ever growing army of the undying

7 months ago

Innocent Blood isn't legal in Modern (too old) and Skullclamp is on the banlist (for good reason).
Extirpate is a bad card in the maindeck, I would move that to the sideboard. Way too many decks barely care about cards in their graveyard and have no synergies worth breaking up.
Deadly Allure isn't great either: It requires that the opponent a) has creatures, (control decks don't) b) cares about all of them (individual Lingering Souls aren't worth killing), c) hasn't tapped those creatures (Reality Smasher doesn't care). Tragic Slip might be the better choice, since you can easily trigger Morbid and it kills basically everything.

Tyrant-Thanatos on Pattern Recognition #33 - Volvers ...

11 months ago

Nice read!

Volvers are amazing, and my biggest MTG regret is that I wasn't around for Invasion block. I've looked back and seen what it had so many times, and every time I'm amazed at it.

I've always wanted to see WotC print more cards that aren't strictly multicolored, but have abilities in different colors. I love Volvers, Battlemages of all sorts, cards like Deadly Allure, Embodiment of Spring, and Viashino Slaughtermaster. If we ever get Legendary Creatures with a layout akin to Volvers, Battlemages, etc (and I don't mean Tasigur, the Golden Fang and the like), then I may actually find myself really attracted to EDH.

zephyr_chang on Force cleaning.

1 year ago

You have up to 9 cards - Prey Upon, Deadly Allure and to a certain extent Ulvenwald Tracker - that do nothing if you don't have a creature such as Scavenging Ooze or Phyrexian Obliterator on board.

You can also consider Maelstrom Pulse over some copies of Putrefy since it hits more things

zephyr_chang on When Rocks Fall

1 year ago

Didn't see the reply until now, sorry. You can also try Deadly Allure on top of Pit Fight and Setessan Tactics, and see which is better. If you are afraid of Eldrazi, which does seem to be having a rising meta-share now, Deadly Allure is generally not bad, unless they have run out Scion producers.

KaiserChronic on Saint Peter

1 year ago

Goyf would shine in this shell if you dropped the devotion route and went straight rock, but I like keeping things more spicy ;) I love the idea of Eldritch Evolution in this build, I'll have to think about that more, thanks for the suggestion.

I think your build is sweet. Lotleth Troll is one of my favorite cards, and Deadly Allure with Obliterator is boss, I use to run it myself. How does your build match up in a competitive meta? Have you had much success with it?

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