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Tiny Leaders Legal
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Limited Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Highlander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Standard Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
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Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Battle for Zendikar Common
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Dispel Discussion

Falcon_Galeo on Modern Chromanticore

16 hours ago

splash blue for Dispel? stop your flayer from being countered...?

TOASTYY on Glasscannon - AKA: "Skittles"

19 hours ago

Considering that most of the answers people are going to sideboard in for Kiln Fiend are either going to be counters or spot removal, Dispel is a pretty solid answer to them. Negate would probably be a better answer but with how fast this deck is and how tight it is on mana, it's gotta be a one drop.

Minihorror227 on W/U Prison

1 day ago

Also, i dont know how my sideboard will do. Right now i only have the 4 Negates, 2 Dispels, 2 Timely Reinforcements, and 2 Disenchants. So this may be interesting as i dont have a sideboard prepared fully yet.

Triton on Dr. Whoona, Queen of the Bae

1 day ago

Looks good, one of the only cuts I can see is Fact or Fiction. While I do love its effect, letting your opponent choose is pretty bad in a vacuum usually. So I was playing in a 4-person pod and I use FoF, giving it to my friend. He puts the one combo card in a pile and the rest in a pile. I'm forced to pick one card and the only two cards were Gamble and another card or two that I didn't care about. Moral of the story is, it's usually done more bad than good, or I should play less degenerate decks, ooooor my friends are butts. Either way, Fact or Fiction is the only card I can see going on the chopping block. Perplex seems also like a meh tutor imo, since you have the two black tutors and Mystical Tutor.

As for replacements, Dispel has saved my butt quite a handful of times, and perhaps a "free" spell such as Frantic Search to help filter through your deck.

Hope this helps!

Nemisis75 on My Ex-Wife

2 days ago

Try running Brain in a Jar

You can use Brain in a Jar to cast Dispel in response to the possible Abrade.It can be extremely useful in decks of cheap instants/sorceries

LiveForChaos on Glasscannon - AKA: "Skittles"

2 days ago

bricek10 So...what are you supposed to do if they counter Kiln Fiend with 1 mana on the stack? I'd agree with TOASTYY that Dispel might be better in this deck.

ragnaerok on Join the Herd

3 days ago

For Simic, i'd imagine some sort of fog or delay type deck to set up for big swings later in the game. Fog, Moment's Peace, Life Goes On, Echoing Truth.

Against control, i'd replace fog cards with counters and hexproof effects. Mana Leak, Dispel, Mizzium Skin, Vines of Vastwood. I'd like to see what the sideboard looks like.

Personally, i'd replace Mothdust Changeling with Sakura-Tribe Elder for ramp and decent chump block. Rancor seems a bit redundant with the aurochs, i'd replace it with Groundswell or Might of the Masses.

BrewerSamwise on Join the Herd

4 days ago

Thanks Dorotheus! I agree with Simic Growth Chamber, and also with the fact that this deck should just be something to have fun with. I do love this deck thought, and I'd like to give it a fighting chance against some of the decks you listed.

I think Vines of Vastwood would be a good card to add, but I'm wondering if you have any suggestions as to what I should cut to make room for it. I'm thinking Counterspell so far as this deck is mostly about attacking, and I could just add some Dispel or another counter in the sideboard.

Neurok Stealthsuit would be good as well, but I think that I should possibly keep in in the sideboard, so that I don't have to cut much needed cards from the mainboard to add more protection when I'm up against decks that are less removal heavy.

Thanks for your Feedback! I'm really excited to apply it to the deck.

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