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.)
|Have (3)||Mortiferus_Rosa , metalmagic , pskinn01|
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|Commander 2017 (C17)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Disrupt Decorum occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.02%
RBW (Mardu): 0.47%
Disrupt Decorum Discussion
1 month ago
Made SIGNIFICANT edits to the original list. Increased ramp and mana fixing and focused the artifacts included. There's two overall themes: Voltron, and Control. The Voltron aspect comes from pumping up Tahngarth and slapping people in the face. With menace alone he becomes unblockable so commander damage is going to happen. The fun occurs when I can give him out for a combat loaner. By allowing Tahngarth's controller to draw cards with Snake Umbra and Sixth Sense , or by making it difficult for an opponent to block with War Cadence , I can get him around the battlefield slapping everyone. Like that video. Where the guy slaps everyone. The Control element is more akin to disruption as I've got cards that just penalize you for taking certain actions. Attack me? Cool, I get tokens. Cast an instant? Cool, you take damage. Target me with a spell? Cool, you take MORE damage.
I've got a Disrupt Decorum on the way.
So yeah, what started out as a jank group hug idea might actually be a legitimate table threat. A couple of playtest hands show my mana is almost perfect. We'll see how I update that once Disrupt Decorum arrives.
Comments are of course welcome! Bring it on!
1 month ago
I wasn't aware that card existed until now haha. It's certainly an interesting card, but most of the time this deck wants opponents attacking - just for them to attack someone else which that card would restrict - it also wouldn't work with Disrupt Decorum a lot of the time for example. It would hinder decks that rely on mana dorks so that is something to note. Not quite suited to this deck overall I think.
3 months ago
3 months ago
Well, THCue, it depends.
Most of the time, you'd want to go for the mill kill, but there can be some situations in which it's more advantageous to cast a In Garruk's Wake / Insurrection / Fact or Fiction / Disrupt Decorum from someone else's yard than to mill for 8. It's good to note also how most of the X/X creatures I run count creatures in your opponent's graveyards, so Wrexial wouldn't affect that either.
Wrexial is very versatile, as it potentially gives you access to many more options, since you may as well mill on purpose one of your opponents beforehand to later steal a particular spell from their graveyard.
3 months ago
I feel obligated to point out Malignus for Xenagos, seeing as it will kill anyone with their shields down. a great way to lower those shields is Disrupt Decorum . Siege Behemoth can also do the trick.
4 months ago
Love the deck idea. If it were me, I'd be running Disrupt Decorum as well as Decimate . They're both great for control and DD is great for buying you a turn with no one attacking you. It feels great when you play it!
6 months ago
Ponder and Preordain are worth including in any blue deck. They dig you to whatever you need, and past what you don't. Brainstorm is good, too, but you'd need to run more shuffle effects to make it worth playing. Slow fetches, like Flood Plain or Rocky Tar Pit , are cheaper alternatives to the Onslaught and Zendikar fetches.
You can probably do more in terms of artifact ramp. Talisman of Progress is good in addition to your Talisman of Conviction and Talisman of Creativity . Thought Vessel is also great; I suggest cutting Reliquary Tower for a basic land if you run it, as one of this effect is probably enough, and Thought Vessel can ramp you fast if it comes down turn two. (In other words, it doesn't cost a land drop.)
You should consider Treasure Cruise or Dig Through Time -- both may be difficult, as delving for one means the other is harder to cast. I think in this deck, which appears more control than combo, Treasure Cruise is likely the better choice. It provides slightly more card advantage, and Dig Through Time is good mainly for card selection, rather than advantage.
Enlightened Tutor seems like it'd be kinda a powerhouse in this deck. It's on the pricier side of cards, but being able to tutor for whatever prison effect you need is a really, really good thing.
In terms of planeswalkers, Rowan Kenrith seems real good; needles to say, the +2 ability is especially good if you target an opponent who can't attack you. If you choose to, Will Kenrith is also ok. He tutors for Rowan Kenrith , and vice versa. Note that the partner effect triggers even if you don't have the other half, so if you really wanted, you can search and fail to find, then shuffle. This is useful if you get Brainstorm locked, but I don't advise planning on doing this frequently.
There're some hate-filled cards you can consider running, in order to pressure opponents' life totals not exclusively through combat. Scab-Clan Berserker , Harsh Mentor , Eidolon of the Great Revel , Pyrostatic Pillar , Sulfuric Vortex and friends are all worth considering.
Cleansing Meditation can be good in the right meta.
Good luck man!