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Divine Intervention enters the battlefield with two intervention counters on it.
At the beginning of your upkeep, remove an intervention counter from Divine Intervention.
When you remove the last intervention counter from Divine Intervention, the game is a draw.
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Divine Intervention Discussion
1 week ago
So two questions, ultimately.
Are you counting cards that make people lost the game as an alt win con? If so, Triskaidekaphobia would fit in.
Second, and the more important, question, how far into jank would you be willing to go? If you include any wish effects and side with the casual ruling of it, you could accomplish more win-con cards. For example:
Activate Spawnsire of Ulamog's second ability, cast a load of Endless Ones for zero, and win off Mortal Combat, or cast any other eldrazi numerous times, Hallowed Burial them all, and win with battle of wits again.
The whole wishboard ruling will really depend on your playgroup (if you're interested, of course)
Also, if you're interested in trying for Barren Glory again, you could maybe go for a Possessed Portal. You can sac it to itself after it's eaten the required field and hand without worry of it eating barren glory itself, and it'll chew through all that pretty quickly.
I love the deck though! I'd also recommend Divine Intervention if it wasn't so crazy expensive money wise.
2 weeks ago
2 weeks ago
4 weeks ago
Can't edit my previous post, not sure why I had Mind's Dilation in thought...I replaced Divine Intervention for Approach of the Second Sun. Would still love to see the most competitive variant of this build though!
4 weeks ago
Would you kindly be able to provide the list for the most competitive variant? I'm assuming you'd add the new enchantress card from Core 19, in addition to the Omniscience+labman package?
3 months ago
See what I dont get is if were going flavor, what better flavor win is there than following toriel's mindset and "winning" through Divine Intervention. also fits on flavor as toriel uses her divine intervention at least twice throughout the game.
8 months ago
9 months ago
This 'competitive meter' feature has serious issues. My no-wincons 5 color chaos deck, The Roil: Chaos in 5C, is apparently 93% competitive, yet the closest thing to a win condition it runs is Divine Intervention, which forces a draw.