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

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Set Rarity
Core Set 2019 (M19) Common
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.

Disperse Discussion

ChaosLlama on Lost your Marbles?

5 days ago

Blink of an Eye is strictly better than Disperse :)

You might consider dropping a couple of the mainboard Negate for something a bit more flexible like Syncopate or Quench .

Since you're banking on both surveil and discard synergies, I think Disinformation Campaign is good enough to mainboard, as it plays very nicely into both.

FenrisBurgess on Daxos Sanity

1 month ago
  • griptod, you can use [[]] (double brackets) and a username to @ somebody. Bruh.

Slight Issues

  • I can see you're trying to use the other person's deck to your advantage, rather than have any powerful cards of your own. It's a good idea, but:
  • Tri-color decks are fairly difficult to play in modern, so draw power is pretty essential. In this case, you have none. You will run out of cards eventually, be it you're summoning a bunch of creatures, or you're trying to control.
  • You can only get one Daxos of Meletis onto the field at a time due to the legend rule. Having extras in your hand can be a liability.
  • Your opponent could burn your creatures as soon as they come out, ruining your strategy and leaving you defenseless. True, you have counters and a cheap Disperse type card to protect them, but that's assuming you're willing to break your own tempo and not curve out each turn.
  • You could try controlling the boardstate with counters and killspells before playing creatures, but like I said earlier, you'll run out of cards eventually and be subject to top decking, or worse, having too large of a hand.


  • Reduce the number of kill spells to make room for draw cards, such as Opt , Divination , Chemister's Insight , etc.. This will keep you from running out of cards if you get controlled.
  • You could take out maybe 1 or 2 of Daxos to make way for another legendary creature or planeswalker. I would think you'd want to have at least one card in your deck that completely changes the game.

  • Of course, this is your deck, so you don't need to take my advice, but do consider what I've said so nobody loses any toes.

  • Good luck.

Trainyaj on Meme Stealing

1 month ago

Blink of an Eye is better than Disperse. Also please take a look at my budget mono blue deck

Baral Ultra Budget Hate

Commander / EDH Trainyaj


rdean14 on Unblockable Abuse

1 month ago

Virulent Swipe is not exactly on theme, as it would shift the deck into aggro, but it would fit well.

More on theme: Vapor Snag/Unsummon would be excellent early plays, as the deck doesn't handle aggro well. Fatal Push would be better than Hero's Downfall, for the mainboard. If you prefer more options/are running into a plethora of planeswalkers, then Boomerang (more for Tron lands), Consign / Oblivion, Disperse, or Perilous Voyage. Thoughtseize, Inquisition of Kozilek, and Unmoored Ego are good control sideboard options.

I like this, but, as it isn't that quick, it could use more control to combat aggro/burn strategies.

WowWowWeeWaa on Official missing/incorrect card/token thread

2 months ago

Being categorized as basic lands instead of commons: Stone Quarry, Submerged Boneyard, Tranquil Expanse, Woodland Stream

Images don’t display: Gargoyle Sentinel, Disperse

When sorting a decklist by rarity these cards disappear from the list: Guttersnipe, Kujar Seedsculptor

FloydTheDragon on The Four Kings

2 months ago

ShrimpImp Oh, also, the glove protects lich from Seal Away with its vigilance, but the reason I chose hexproof is because the most trouble I was getting was coming from cards like Conclave Tribunal or Disperse. So curator's ward has helped a lot against those kind of cards. It can also be put on the artifacts if someone ever decided to play artifacts removals which I haven't run into yet once in All my play testing on arena. So I find it gets played more on my lich or baron.

goblinguiderevealpls on Razin' minds, takin' names (competitive nekusar))

2 months ago


what Soren841 said is correct. grixis as a color combination is severely lacking in enchantment removal as selesnya colors are where that is a mechanic. the best and perhaps only answers to enchantments are Counterspell s and bounce spells.

Chain of Vapor is a card that ive been trying to squeeze into mainboard for some time and i would recommend it for sure

Cyclonic Rift is a must have in this deck, it hard Answers almost everything and works stupdily well with wheels,

other answers you could run not seen here are Annul , Negate , Countersquall , Boomerang , Repeal , Void Snare , Disperse , Blink of an Eye , Cryptic Command , Into the Roil , Crosis's Charm , and Grixis Charm

pbowen331 on Assassin of Sanity?

2 months ago

@hydrothermia Also, I rarely use House Guildmage to attack. It's mainly used to keep creatures locked down. Thief of Sanity is the real MVP of the deck given that you can get player damage out of them. Use surveil mechanic mainly for deathtouch for those bigger creatures when I dont have a Disperse, Murder or Unexplained Disappearance.

And the "budget" part is because I just started getting back into MTG and don't have a lot of cards/don't want to spend more money than necessary.

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Disperse occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.0%

Blue: 0.03%

Izzet: 0.01%


All decks: 0.0%


All decks: 0.02%