Decree of Annihilation


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

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Set Rarity
From the Vault: Annihilation Mythic Rare
Scourge Rare

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Decree of Annihilation


Exile all artifacts, creatures, and lands from the battlefield, all cards from from all graveyards and all cards from all hands.

Cycling 5RR (5RR, Discard this card: Draw a card.)

When you cycle Decree of Annihilation, destroy all lands.

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Decree of Annihilation Discussion

Vasseer on Do you have any "pet" ...

2 days ago

I shove Jokulhaups and Obliterate into basically every red deck I build. Usually Decree of Annihilation (never cycle) as well. They're just never bad, if you have a full hand - you win, if you're behind - it resets the game. Simply fantastic cards that make the game infinitely more fun.

Caveman044 on It is only Nekusar, why do you hef to be mad?

2 days ago

Workman4137 Thanks for the suggestions. I'm not real keen on the combo at this time, however, when I'm ready to shake things up for a different feel this could be the way I go. What you did have me look into though is land destruction. Boom/Bust and even more so Decree of Annihilation seem really strong. Removing all lands and mana rocks while my enchantments continue to punish is very appealing.

Novisius on Invincible

3 days ago

Decree of Annihilation, Final Judgement, Living Death, Merciless Eviction, cards that force you to sacrifice, and any number of -X/-X spells, or even counter spells are examples of fatal weaknesses for this deck, to be fair they are for most decks but especially this. I would suggest that you add Aegis of the Gods to the deck for closer to invincibility, as well as Progenitus for a truly invincible creature.

ibstudent2200 on Akiri Control

4 days ago

Daretti, Scrap Savant and Trash for Treasure seem good in this list.

Blinkmoth Well turns off Static Orb and Winter Orb during an opponent's end step, letting you untap normally.

What are your thoughts on Storage Matrix?

If you're running MLD, then Decree of Annihilation is worth considering. It's a bit more expensive than other MLD spells, but it's much harder to counter the cycling trigger.

If you're looking for more sweepers, Blasphemous Act is hard to beat for efficiency in most multiplayer games.

Staff of Domination isn't particularly mana-efficient, but it's extremely versatile, and combines with cards like Clock of Omens, Goblin Welder, and Metalworker to produce some interesting effects.

Everflowing Chalice is a mana rock I like in artifact-heavy decks, because it can come down on turn 2 to accelerate out a 4-cost commander, or it can come down on turn 6+ to act as a more expensive Thran Dynamo.

Phaetion on Welcome to a World of Chaos!

1 month ago

This certainly looks interesting. I may try it out, and if I like it, I'll build it IRL with a few tweaks.

But why Cataclysm and Decree of Annihilation? I might be biased because I hate MLD, but wouldn't they be counter-intuitive in some way (like getting rid of your enchantments so there's less chaos)? And destroying lands means no one can have fun. Just my thoughts.

Oh, and I see Cruel Entertainment and Hive Mind in there. Good boy. Let us watch the world burn.

Araigen on Cycling

2 months ago

Ash Barrens, Blasted Landscape, Break Asunder, Resounding Thunder maybe even Decree of Annihilation?

If you do add more cycling, definitely Fluctuator.

iAzire on Zurgo MLD Competitive

2 months ago

What about Armageddon?

Decree of Annihilation is roughly the same price as your other LD cards. Just pay the Cycle cost.

Catastrophe is another option. Boom/Bust is available as well. Bend or Break isn't as good, but you are looking at destroying half of your opponents lands, but for a bit cheaper.

There are more specialized cards than those, but those hit the widest range.

Sorry, I love Land Destruction lol.

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