Final Parting

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Dominaria (DOM) Uncommon

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Final Parting

Sorcery

Search your library for two cards. Put one into your hand and the other into your graveyard. Then shuffle your library.

Final Parting Discussion

SamsWrath on My LGS's #1 hated deck

1 day ago

If you really want to take this deck to the next level then you need all of the fast mana and tutors: Mana Crypt , Mana Vault , Grim Monolith , Mox Diamond , Mox Opal , Chrome Mox , Mox Amber , Talisman of Indulgence , Lotus Petal , Dark Ritual , Cabal Ritual , Pyretic Ritual , Desperate Ritual , Rite of Flame , Culling the Weak , Infernal Plunge , Lake of the Dead , Bubbling Muck , Rain of Filth , Grim Tutor , Imperial Seal , Vampiric Tutor and Diabolic Intent .

Since you're already running Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker you might as well add in Zealous Conscripts , Lightning Crafter and Combat Celebrant because they all go infinite with Kiki.

Rakdos is also the color combination you need for Worldgorger Dragon + Dance of the Dead , Animate Dead or Necromancy infinite combo. Use Buried Alive or Entomb to pitch one of the Kiki combos or to pitch the dragon and then use one of the enchantments to start the combo. Be sure with Dragon combo to have another creature in the GY or you draw the game with an uninterruptible infinite combo. Other cards that help these combos are Victimize and Final Parting .

mmcgeach on Xantcha Combo-Control

5 days ago

@FeeshSquad, Well, that's sort of rough. Basically the stuff that makes this deck competitive is the expensive rocks (otherwise you have bad ramp) and the expensive tutors (otherwise the deck isn't consistent), but you don't really need Chains, that's just a decent interactive piece. If you really want to you can run worse rocks ( Mind Stone , Charcoal Diamond , Worn Powerstone , Thran Dynamo , Gilded Lotus , etc), and actually worse tutors too (like Diabolic Tutor , Final Parting , Increasing Ambition ). It'll probably be ok as a bigger mana deck, if you use a lot of rocks that tap for 2+ mana. ALthough, if you are going to spend money on cards that are really strong in EDH, Mana Crypt is probably the strongest card you can buy.

I suggest substituting Stranglehold for chains of meph. It's very strong and only slightly worse since it costs 4 instead of 2.

Meeknomore on White/Black Tribal Knights

2 weeks ago

Ok, a few suggestions. As per the description you state you want graveyard shenanigans, and im assuming that's in reference to Haakon, Stromgald Scourge. I have my own variation of this deck: Knighty-knight that you could take a look at that does just tha.

Looking over your deck list, I see some tweaks that should be made if this is a direction you want to go. First off, you only have one outlet to easily get Haakon into the graveyard that I can see in Buried Alive. I'd recommend a few more to facilitate some consistency. Entomb & Final Parting both work like Buried alive and Peace of Mind , Call the Bloodline , and Markov Dreadknight are discard outlets for if you draw Haakon.

You should be getting some value from this recursion other than knights that wont go away. Door of Destinies is a great anthem effect that gets bigger with each spell. On top of this, there are spells like Nameless Inversion , Crib Swap , and Shields of Velis Vel that have changeling. Which means that they are Knights while in your graveyard. Haakon will allow you to play these spells over and over again.

Last suggestion is relating to your equipment package. I'm not against running equipment, but i'm certainly not a fan. However, there is one equipment that I am surprised is not being run more often and thats Kusari-Gama . Such a great effect that can punish an opponent when forced to block.

I hope this helped a bit.

Suns_Champion on Xiahou Dun, the Corpse Dancer

2 weeks ago

Awesome deck! +1 for sure!

Doom Whisperer might be useful to fill your graveyard.

Smothering Abomination is a card drawing POWERHOUSE is a deck like this.

Decaying Soil might be a fun card to play around with... easy to get threshold and cheap to return stuff to hand. Lots of Deathrender combos too.

Final Parting could be a better Dark Petition in this deck. Doesn't give you mana back but basically tutors 2 cards instead of one, making it more flexible.

TheMillKid on

3 weeks ago

Final Parting is a fantastic tutor, akin to Jarad's Orders , except with greater selection!

Creakwood Liege is a good way to continue making tokens to sacrifice, while also buffing your insectile army. Empty the Graves allows you to still shamble together an army after a boardwipe, while a tried and true aristocrat such as Yahenni, Undying Partisan makes for a fantastic, indestructible sac outlet. Conjurer's Closet gives you a way to keep producing a swarm of golgari insects, but also gives you some reuses of your other etb triggers.

Other solid cards you may enjoy include Viscera Seer , Eternal Witness , and Birthing Pod .

Happy brewing!

ThallionDarkshine on Tide of Rot, A Tale of Lust for the Grave

3 weeks ago

Hey, just read your comment on my primer. I'd love to give some advice, though without knowing what direction you want to take with the deck, I'll just start with some general thoughts on the deck.

I really like some of the cheap interactive cards you're running. In particular, I like the idea of running a cheap deathtoucher in Gnarlwood Dryad to completely shut down creatures coming your way. I do think there may be better options for that slot, but I definitely like including something along those lines in the deck.

I think you probably want to find room for 3-4 more lands. Muldrotha is a very mana hungry commander, and you've got some expensive finishers in the deck to boot. I get it, lands aren't all that exciting, but if you miss a land drop playing Muldrotha, you're not going to have a very good time.

You've got a lot of great cheap and efficient cards in your noncreature slots, but you have a bunch of creatures that feel very expensive for what they do. Acid Web Spider and Noxious Dragon both fill important roles, but cost tons of mana, making it really hard to make use of them effectively. I would look for some cheaper creatures that fill similar roles. Manglehorn can not only take care of any artifact, it also can significantly weaken opposing mana rocks. Plaguecrafter is a great way to get rid of hexproof/shroud/indestructible creatures, and also lets you get creatures into your graveyard so you can replay them.

In a similar vein, I have really enjoyed reanimation enchantments in my Muldrotha. I'm not sure what your budget is, but Dance of the Dead , Animate Dead , and Necromancy have performed incredibly well for me. They let you get extra creature plays from your graveyard, help keep Muldrotha on the field, or cheat out giant creatures for cheap. I especially like them here because of Final Parting , which lets you tutor a reanimation spell and a reanimation target, letting you tutor and play any creature from your deck for 7 mana.

Finally, I really like all my self-mill pieces to do more than just fill my graveyard. While its all well and good to have a stocked graveyard, you can't neglect your hand, just in case you can't stick Muldrotha or your graveyard gets removed. For this reason, I really like things like Vessel of Nascency , Satyr Wayfinder , and Perpetual Timepiece . You've got a couple of the best options for this ( World Shaper , Sidisi, Brood Tyrant ), but you also have a bunch of cards that do nothing besides dump cards into the grave.

TheMillKid on Sometimes Dead Is Better

3 weeks ago

Final Parting is just like Jarad's Orders except it can also let you tutor Reanimate to hand and the creature you want to your graveyard.

Gravecrawler is a great creature that keeps coming back with as long as another zombie's remains remain. Laboratory Maniac is a nice alternate win condition, since Sidisi will be milling a good chunk of your deck already!

Coat of Arms is another nice way to turn your undead horde into a (more) terrifying army, especially when the army abruptly arises from cards you've already included such as Doom Whisperer and Mesmeric Orb .

marn3us on Kylo Renn, Dimir Artifact

1 month ago

Thank you very much for your advice!

I will definitely cut All Is Dust and replace it with Trinket Mage because in the first games I've played I've noticed that this deck requires a lot of mana to run explosive turns.

I will definitely keep an eye on Final Parting for when I will have learned better how to play this deck and what to tutor for (also how often Silas Renn is actually able to deal combat damage).

I had considered Executioner's Capsule , but unfortunately all the friends in my playgroup have black decks so it would be a problem (that's why my removal instants can all target black creatures, unlike say Terror ).

Could you please explain me how to best utilise Thornbite Staff ?

Thanks again :)

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Final Parting occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.03%

Black: 0.15%

Golgari: 0.12%