Disfigure

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Format Legality
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Masters 25 (A25) None
Duel Decks: Nissa vs. Ob Nixilis (DDR) Common
Zendikar (ZEN) Common

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Disfigure Discussion

stormtroper543 on UnBlockable Cipher

3 days ago

Thanks, I will definitively take the Counterspell and the Disfigure for the deck.

As I want to use the enchantments for cipher I don't think ninjas will play a good part on this deck, in fact, I have considered removing my own. This "bounce" for my own creatures don't combine well with the cipher. Same goes for Vapor Snag And as the basis is for unblockable creatures I don't think faeries will make a good deal. (I have to say I love faeries and that's been a difficult choice to keep them out...)

Diabolic Edict maybe for a future sideboard?

yaeldemers on One Cursed Night

2 weeks ago

Nice brew, if you want to add better creatures and lower your mana curve, I'd suggest swapping Witch's Familiar and Bloodhunter Bat for Gifted Aetherborn and Vampire Nighthawk. For consistency, I'd go down 2 Leechridden swamps and add some more low-cost creatures or spot removals. Then, that Darkblast could be changed for a Tragic Slip or Disfigure (same goes for Doomblade)! Finally, I'd suggest adding a bit more curse/aura/enchantment main board such as Curse of Disturbance instead of Accursed and Bitterheart Witch.

Overall, that's a great deck you got here,Cheers!

captainamerica on UnBlockable Cipher

3 weeks ago

I would play Counterspell, Ninja of the Deep Hours, Faerie Miscreant, Latchkey Faerie, Diabolic Edict, Disfigure, and Vapor Snag to start.

I have a very similar deck that you may be able to make use of. The link is here. This is a UB Deep Hours Aggro list, and it wins often.

The best part of magic is having fun, so nothing I have said is a command.

chadsansing on Griselbrand + Death's Shadow = (Strange) Combo

1 month ago

What seems most important here is to cheat a Griselbrand, Kokusho, or Crawler into play as soon as possible without playing a straight reanimator deck. We know Legacy reanimator decks can go off on turn 1 or 2, so how do we do that on a budget? I'm not sure, but here's an idea:

Start with 0-drop creatures; say 4 Ornithopter and 4 Memnite or, even better, 4 Phyrexian Walker and 4 Shield Sphere. Add some targeted discard spells that you can use on yourself, including Raven's Crime. Aim for a turn 1 that goes something like this:

  • Play a swamp.
  • Play a 0-drop creature.
  • Play a dark ritual.
  • Play a 1-drop discard spell, targeting yourself, and pitch a big critter.
  • Use the other 2 B mana to play something like Animate Dead or Soul Exchange, sacrificing the 0-drop to return the big creature into play.

You try to jam this on the play and wait a turn or two until your opponent taps out on the draw, knowing that competitive blue match-ups will suck.

What do you think? I think you could re-tool your sorceries and some of your creatures to get the 0-drops and a few 1-of big critters in (like Platinum Emperion or Massacre Wurm or Grave Titan) that help you buy time and eat removal. A Gurmag Angler would be dope here, as well. I wouldn't sweat the Ghast mana/extort if you go for budget reanimator. Ghast and Artist are the creatures I'd cut.

Potential/recommended spells:

I kind of like the idea of an unknown reanimator list. If you want to stick the current game plan, I'd play Disfigure and Dismember over Go for the Throat. Maybe sideboard it along with Doom Blade for big-mana match-ups and Darkblast which you could use on your upkeep and again after dredge/draw to snipe a Delver or Deathrite Shaman.

Draly on Faerie modern

1 month ago

Hey !

Autant je suis trs familier du legacy autant je connais beaucoup moins le modern donc prends mon avis comme celui d'un observateur extrieur. Mais avant de commencer, fais juste attention, une side c'est 15 cartes max ;)

Sinon je trouve a globalement pas mal, mon avis t'as une bonne base et s'il y a quelque chose faire c'est jouer avec le nombre dexemplaires de chaque carte. Par exemple je pense que 3 Mistbind Clique ou 3 Vendilion Clique c'est trop. La premire cote un peu chre, est finalement un peu situationnelle (y'a pas mal de match up comme burn o elle fera pas grand chose) et mme si c'est peu probable tu risques de pas pouvoir la cast... La seconde c'est un peu le mme problme, elle est bien contre contrle ou combo mais finalement assez moyenne contre agro, tout en tant lgendaire. 2 de chaque a me parat raisonnable, quitte effectivement rentrer 2 Scion of Oona qui est bon un peu tout le temps. De la mme faon je pense que tu peux jouer 4 Opt avec un voir deux lands de moins. Finalement pas tant de cartes chres, part les delve qu'ils t'aident jouer, et l'intrt du cantrip c'est de t'aider trouver ce que tu cherche, carte active ou land (c'est entre autre pour a que Delver se permet de jouer 3/4 couleurs avec 14 lands dont 8 fetchs en legacy). Et peut tre que tu voudrais un Ghost Quarter/Field of Ruin de plus contre les lands utilitaires.

Pour ce qui est du maybe board, Disfigure je pense sincrement que c'est un pige, c'est meilleur en leg qu'en modern et on malgr a on le voit plus du tout depuis la sortie de Fatal Push. Ancestral Vision mon avis c'est trop mou, t'es plus tempo que contrle vrai dire. Tour 1 c'est bien mais c'est un trs mauvais top deck, et autant contre agro/comb t'auras pas le temps de le cast, autant contre contrle tu veux justement prendre le rle d'agresseur. Tout le reste rentrerais bien dans le shell mais c'est plus une dcision prendre en rponse ton mta de ce que j'en vois.

raidersfan18 on Modern Vampire Ultra Budget

1 month ago

Victim of Night is a card I was considering to replace Disfigure, but I don't think I want any kill spells on my SB.

Blackmail is an interesting card, thanks for mentioning.

Now a question for my IRL, same deck with Smuggler's Copter instead of Heir of Falkenrath  Flip. I have the Bloodstained Mire to splash red for artifact removal. Or I could go Inquisition of Kozilek and Surgical Extraction.

raidersfan18 on Modern Vampire Ultra Budget

1 month ago

I'm seriously considering cutting Heir of Falkenrath  Flip and Disfigure both are cards that often get pitched to Stromkirk Condemned anyway. Right now I am considering Smuggler's Copter to take the place of Heir of Falkenrath.

Thanks for your suggestion of Damping Matrix it is now on a very short list of cards to consider for my sideboard. Exactly the reason why I came here.

skoobysnackz on

2 months ago

I see your point with Claim and Ratcatcher, and Urborg is just sooo good in any deck that runs black, if you can afford it. If you are finding Rotting Rats to be lacking, I would just replace it with Ravenous Rats. I assume this will be a 1v1 deck for the most part, so it really only gets worse if your opponent has hexproof/shroud. If you decide to replace Rotting Rats with removal, in my experience, Go for the Throat is the least restrictive budget single target removal spell and if you're worried about affinity you could sideboard something like Disfigure. Tragic Slip is close behind, but without a sac outlet it suffers a lot. Lastly, it is my opinion that the best spells black has to offer are Duress type spells. Looking at your opponent's hand and being able to make them discard their best card and gain some insight on their strategies all on turn 1 is just waaaay too good to pass up in my opinion.

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