Exile up to two target creatures you control, then return those cards to the battlefield under their owner's control.
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|Mystery Booster (MYS1)||Common|
|Eldritch Moon (EMN)||Common|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Displace occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%
1 week ago
Hey, good budget version of Talrand, nice Consecrated Sphinx.
Budget cards to consider adding:
Peregrine + Displace + Archaeomancer/Mnemonic Wall makes infinite blue mana from blinking Peregrine and infinite casts of Displace which equals infinite 2/2 Drakes from Talrand. Displace is an instant meaning can do this combo on an opponents turn and then attack with infinite Drakes on your turn.
- High Tide: excellent ramp when playing so many Islands and cards that can recur it to cast it again. Can get more ramp out of Tide with Peregrine, Frantic Search, Snap as these cards let you untap Islands to make more mana.
- Bident of Thassa: more repeatable draw with 2/2 Drakes.
- Mystic Speculation: buyback.
- Capsize: buyback.
- Forbid: buyback.
- Serum Visions
- Reality Shift
- Reliquary Tower
Cards to consider cutting:
- Temple of the False God
- Spell Snuff
- Thought Collapse
- Of One Mind
- Dazzling Lights
- Stream of Thought
- String of Disappearances
- Dictate of Kruphix
- Ethereal Forager
- Hieroglyphic Illumination
- Chemister's Insight
- Portal Mage
Good luck with your deck.
3 weeks ago
Hi! Sultai_Sir here. I love this deck! Here are some suggestions:
Displace, Ghostly Flicker, etc: You're running a bunch of clones, and if you add in a blink subtheme, you can copy utility creatures in the early game and then blink them back as Elesh Norns and Void Winnowers.
Clone Legion: From a purely Vorthos standpoint, this card seems like the biggest flavor win you could ask for. From a playing standpoint, copying a board of big bois just feels so good.
I hope this advice helps, and as always, happy tapping!
1 month ago
Undercity Informer and Balustrade Spy are pioneer legal, which combined with a low land count can empty the deck very fast. Pioneer 'Belcher' was my take on it, but Its been a long time since those first few weeks of the format.
Thassa's oracle makes such lists a lot, lot better. Between oracle, Stitcher's Supplier and Balustrade Spy, you might even want to lean to flicker effects - Displace, Illusionist's Stratagem or Thassa, Deep-Dwelling, which opens up etb value cards as a maindeck plan.
1 month ago
I see some cards you're considering. Ob Nixilis, the Fallen is a beat stick. The temples are a trap. I prefer utilizing Thassa, Deep-Dwelling and Panharmonicon over Displace/Ghostly Flicker. Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath is fantastic. Demonic Tutor belongs in every deck if you can afford it. I'd then prioritize the Elvish Visionary, Farseek, Yavimaya Granger, and Nature's Lore since this deck seems to be a landfall variant.
1 month ago
Teferi's Veil is an old-school piece of Sedris tech that you might like. Attack with unearthed creatures and the veil will phase them out after combat, so they won't be exiled at the end of the turn because they no longer "exist".
You might like these too: Deadeye Navigator (you probably know this already but if two or more effects would exile something at the same time, you choose which occurs. so exiling an unearthed dude with Deadeye or similar effects gets around the unearth downside), Ghostly Flicker, Displace, Wormfang Drake, Changeling Berserker, Faceless Butcher, Worldgorger Dragon, Peregrine Drake, Mulldrifter, Intuition, Final Parting, Thalakos Deceiver, Solemn Simulacrum, Triskelion (combos with mikaeus. also decent with a flicker loop), Netherborn Phalanx (finds either piece of the mike & trike combo. could also unearth later to sneakily kill a token player)
1 month ago
Sire of Stagnation is straight gas. That's 8 cards off 1 opposing fetchland.
Woodland Bellower -> Wood Elves -> 2 lands and Fierce Empath -> Palinchron / Deadeye Navigator. Infinite mana to combo with infinite win cons. I run similar win cons to you if you want to take a look.
2 months ago
2 months ago
Rhystic Study is just an absurdly good card that should be in every single good blue deck. I hate it.
The Drake combo is Peregrine Drake paired with:
- One of Ghostly Flicker or Displace, and also
- One of Archaeomancer, Scrivener, Salvager of Secrets, Izzet Chronarch, or Mnemonic Wall. (I might be forgetting one). Every time you cast the flicker spell, you get back the flicker spell and also net gain 2 mana. It's a common way for pauper EDH games to end. I hate it as well.