Disperse

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Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Welcome Deck 2016 (W16) Common
Magic Origins (ORI) Common
Magic 2014 (M14) Common
Scars of Mirrodin (SOM) Common
Morningtide (MOR) Common

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Return target nonland permanent to its owner's hand.

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Disperse Discussion

Hyperalgialysis on Mill by JaeHoshii

1 month ago

I agree whole heartedly with thode above adding black would be better, as would doing what LeaPlath suggested with the alterations. However, do not fear, it is possible to play mill on a budget. Trail of Evidence can do wonders for you, especially if paired with Altar of the Brood. I made a budget mill deck, that consists of 4 each of the following: Trail of Evidence Altar of the Brood Thought Scour Mind Sculpt Tome Scour Talent of the Telepath Jace's Phantasm Fog Bank Disperse Mana Leak. Now it isn't some super mill deck, and it doesnt shut down like harcore modern strategies that can easily kill you in 3-6 turns. It will win a fair amount of games for you, and if you play more kitchen table magic would probably be just fine. You can modify it to your needs, I didn't have Sphinx's Tutelage when I made it. If you are wondering why Trail of Evidence, it refills your hand when you need it to and puts permanents into play for Altar of the Brood hopefully this will help some good luck.

Hyperalgialysis on Mill by JaeHoshii

1 month ago

I agree whole heartedly with thode above adding black would be better, as would doing what LeaPlath suggested with the alterations. However, do not fear, it is possible to play mill on a budget. Trail of Evidence can do wonders for you, especially if paired with Altar of the Brood. I made a budget mill deck, that consists of 4 each of the following: Trail of Evidence Altar of the Brood Thought Scour Mind Sculpt Tome Scour Talent of the Telepath Jace's Phantasm Fog Bank Disperse Mana Leak. Now it isn't some super mill deck, and it doesnt shut down like harcore modern strategies that can easily kill you in 3-6 turns. It will win a fair amount of games for you, and if you play more kitchen table magic would probably be just fine. You can modify it to your needs, I didn't have Sphinx's Tutelage when I made it. If you are wondering why Trail of Evidence, it refills your hand when you need it to and puts permanents into play for Altar of the Brood hopefully this will help some good luck.

Jelly-On-Toast on Domestic Abuse

1 month ago

Just gonna make some suggestions. I'd Play Baral's over stormchaser, becuase i makes your spells cheaper and when you counter something you get to loot. Maybe fit in 2 Spell Pierce over Counterflux. Remove a Pillar of Flame and both Disperse to fit in 3 Ceremonious Rejection. If you're going to make upgrades later, replace all three planeswalkers with Chandra, Torch of Defiance and remove 3 Bloodwater Entity for 3 Snapcaster Mage. That's all, Folks!

sylvannos on Delver and Enigma Drake Help

1 month ago

I don't think you want Enigma Drake at all. The mana cost is really high when you could lower your land count and play more instants/sorceries. The other thing is that you're not playing Stormchaser Mage, Monastery Swiftspear, or Young Pyromancer. Each of those should take priority over Enigma Drake.

I'd lower the land count and up the cantrips. Disperse and Lightning Strike are also just kinda terrible in Modern. Cutting those would free up some more room. 4 Serum Visions, 4 Opt and ideally some Sleight of Hands.

Lastly, you probably want a Dispel in the mainboard, along with Spell Snare. They're huge swings in tempo if you can hit 2+ CMC spells with Dispel or counter a huge threat (like Tarmogoyf) with Spell Snare.

xyr0s on Enigma Delver

1 month ago

You should probably watch for the speed of creatures - if you end up with a pile of 3 cmc creatures, you won't be attacking until turn 4, and that is too late for a tempo deck (you'll be almost out of cards by then).

Your counterspells are too expensive, btw. Somewhere, between Remand, Mana Leak, and Izzet Charm, you should remove 4 and add 4 Spell Pierce. Disperse also seems a bit underpowered - you could pick Echoing Truth instead.

Psychic on U/R Prowess Burn

2 months ago

I used to run a deck quite similar to this, and I used Disperse and/or Unsummon, because you can annihilate most attacks with a simple Gelctrode, Disperse, Gelectrode trigger system. I know it would be changing the idea a bit, but its worth looking at.

Icbrgr on The best cards not worth ...

2 months ago

Skaab Ruinator does require a lot of dedication with running heavy creatures and the typical blue supporting spells like Serum Visions/Mana Leak/Disperse just dont pan out/not worth it from my experience. Self mill creatures and spells like Jace's Archivist/Mesmeric Orb basically just give you far more draw/casting fuel to overcome any spot removal and bounce. It is definitely vulnerable to exile and graveyard hate.... Alternative win conditions are a must with things like Laboratory Maniac and Mindshrieker and Skaab Goliath.

It's far from being broken/perfect however I seldom see people fully committed to a suicide mill deck.

Rex_JB24 on Standard Counter/Energy Deck

2 months ago

Four copies of Select for Inspection. This is strictly better than Unsummon but for your purposes should probable replace all three Disperse and only one of the Unsummon.

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