Disrupt Decorum

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Commander 2017 (C17) Rare

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Disrupt Decorum

Sorcery

Goad all creatures you don't control. (Until your next turn, those creatures attack each combat if able and attack a player other than you if able.)

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Disrupt Decorum Discussion

BMHKain on Soldier of Fortune, Boros' Final Stand

1 day ago

(125 Cards in the List. 5 left to cut before Checkpoint.)

I already mentioned this, but why should I remove Reito Lantern? I had to remove Gamble because of this. I still would like to know if either Fork/Reverberate are both worth cutting. BTW: Disrupt Decorum is meant to force others into attacking each other. Also, what do you mean by (Mass X-Burn) as a wincon w/ redundancy? I'm actually thinking of putting back all cards before the X-Burn cards in case you're wondering... Finally, what's a good example of such a One Combo-Multiple Paths in your mind? Burn is actually surprisingly useless in cEDH...

BMHKain on Soldier of Fortune, Boros' Final Stand

2 days ago

(135 Cards in the List. 15 left to cut.)

Question, should I cut both Fork/Reverberate & Disrupt Decorum? Just wondering as I'm almost to my goal to 120 earlier than normal...

landofMordor on Soldier of Fortune, Boros' Final Stand

1 week ago

Hey friend! Here are my broadest-stroked suggestions and questions:

  1. You can cut HALF of the nonland cards in this deck, and you'll just barely be at 100. As the Command Zone says, ~10 cards is a "theme" (like Taking Turns). You've got ~60 nonlands, but you need ~8 of Ramp/Carddraw/Removal, so you can afford roughly 2-3 themes per deck. You've got cards enough for 15 themes, just to give some perspective here.

  2. What are you trying to do with this deck? Do you want to win every game? Take bunches of turns? Do janky combos? Be your go-to fun deck? My suggestion is to pick ONE reason that the deck exists. All of my decks can be summed up in a single phrase like so: "Muldrotha artifact combo", "Gisela casual aggro", "Kresh sacrifice-into-SoulFire", and so forth. What is your phrase? The reason you need one is otherwise the deck is too unfocused.

  3. If I were building this deck, myself, I'd think "what is going to be the most consistently good in a vacuum?" and prioritize those cards, then ask "which cards are only mediocre unless they're combo'ed?" and cut those first. Especially if the combo in question isn't suited to Boros' strengths. Cases in point: why does this deck make infinite mana? Why do you need a Lion's Eye combo? Why is one of your main combos Anarchist + Disrupt Decorum, which costs NINE mana in the two colors worst at ramping? All these combos are the first I'd cut.

Let me know what you think, friend! You've got some great ideas, but I'm trying to just give a little tough love as you narrow down. I'm in your corner(: best of luck!

MegaMatt13 on Queen Marchesa: Politics, Aikido, and Control

3 weeks ago

In general I have found forcing opponents' creatures to attack actually backfires. Often out of spite they will attack you when forced (human psychology: people don't like to be controlled). Cards like Besmirch, Disrupt Decorum, Xantcha, Sleeper Agent and Rite of the Raging Storm avoid this problem since they aren't allowed to attack you.

Alkadron on “Allow Me to Show You True Power”

3 weeks ago

I love Nicol Bolas! He's the best.

Needs more Apex of Power, Fraying Omnipotence, and Patient Rebuilding. And it definitely needs more Dark Intimations.

I also run Arcbond in my deck 'cause it's a fun surprise way to make everyone discard their hand if they damage Bolas. Chandra's Ignition works as well, but is substantially less flavorful.

Disrupt Decorum isn't as good as Damnation, but it's way more fun.

_Kane_ on The Brown Spider

1 month ago

I cannot wait to see the chaos unfold!

Here are a few quick suggestions; take'em or leave'em:

Remove Foreboding Ruins to add Savage Lands I believe the "Have" land is worse than a Tri-land.

I think you can find better ramp in Cultivate by removing Search for Tomorrow.

Where is Windgrace's Judgment and Decimate! I know you want to give people toys, but having some answers may be needed. Maybe remove a couple enchantments like - Trespasser's Curse and/or Titania's Song

Card I love seeing in this deck: Swarmyard, Endless Whispers

Potential adds: Disrupt Decorum, Fumiko the Lowblood, Tempt with Vengeance?,

Scytec on Sun's_champion took the best name

1 month ago

So, traditionally aggro is not the strongest strategy in EDH, but depending on your meta, you may be able to make it work. Conjurer's Closet is a little expensive, but it is a good blink card that you have access to in mono-red. Blackblade Reforged,Trepanation Blade, Hero's Blade, Helm of the Host, and Caged Sun seem like potential additions here. Rampaging Ferocidon, Disrupt Decorum, Rogue's Passage, and Vandalblast seem like other cards to consider. All in all this seems like a decent deck to pilot. Voltron ultimately runs into the same issue traditional aggro does though, you can quickly kill one player, but it's difficult to progress from there because you become the target rapidly. Ideally you'd find a way to kill all your opponents at the same time, but that can be difficult to do in mono-red. Hopefully this helps even if just a little. Have a great day and good luck!

thyrue13 on Spider War

1 month ago

Unfourtanely, to me, Disrupt Decorum dosen't seem as needed when there is other ways to force creatures to attack. and I would prefer to play other items over Marchesa's Decree. I do have one other question though; do you think the creatures have are sufficient enough to survive a Thantis style, because that was one of my main concerns.

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