Enchantment — Aura
When enchanted creature is put into a graveyard, return that card to play under your control.
When Fool's Demise is put into a graveyard from play, return Fool's Demise to its owner's hand.
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|Commander 2014 (C14)||Uncommon|
|Time Spiral (TSP)||Uncommon|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Fool's Demise occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.0%
Fool's Demise Discussion
3 months ago
Evangelize can also have legs: Preacher . Also, there is a repeatable, (If the enchanted creature dies), mind control card from Time Spiral called Fool's Demise . It can keep coming back on it's own too.
4 months ago
It's a good start! You might like these: Fleshbag Marauder , Merciless Executioner , Plaguecrafter , Cauldron of Souls , Spark Double , Seize the Day , Smothering Abomination , Marchesa, the Black Rose , Firemind Vessel (gets your general out 2 turns early), Worn Powerstone , Sisay's Ring , Ur-Golem's Eye , Palladium Myr , Fool's Demise , Capital Punishment
7 months ago
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1 year ago
Recommended Out: Cartouche of Knowledge
Sovereigns of Lost Alara - About $4
Eldrazi Conscription - About $15
Frantic Search - About $1
Auramancer's Guise - About $0.50
Gift of Immortality - About $1
Curator's Ward - About $0.01
Mesa Enchantress - About $0.20
Mirror-Mad Phantasm - About $0.80
Read the Runes - About $0.20
Traumatize - About $2
Fool's Demise - About $0.20
Protective Bubble - About $0.10
Ordeal of Thassa - About $0.05
Vow of Flight - About $0.05
1 year ago
We like that you're playing Keiga; she's our favorite mono-blue commander! We'd really recommend adding Blade of Selves. Especially in multi-player commander, this card is absolutely nuts when attached to Keiga.
Some other ideas we have: Cryptoplasm, Thalakos Deceiver, Fool's Demise, Mirror Mockery, Legacy's Allure, Charisma and Fated Infatuation. In case you're interested in our entire deck, you can check it out here: Your Soul, IS MINE!
Hope all this helps. Have fun brewing and playing.
Mrs. & Mr. NV_1980
1 year ago
I was running a totally top-heavy, janky casual kill-n-steal deck against my friend's Slivers. I don't know how it happened, but I hit this perfect rhythm where no matter what happened, I killed it or stole it. Vampire Nighthawk holding Viridian Longbow, enchanting everything with Fool's Demise, a couple of Mind Controls, ending in a swarm of Slivers against their owner's empty board. That strategy has long been one of my casual favorites, and it was running so pure, with a pile of jankwad glory.
Corruptor of Mind and Body
Creature - Vampire
, : Gain control of target creature.
, : Put target creature in a graveyard onto the battlefield under your control.
"Please understand, everything you care about already belongs to me. There's no reason to resist."
Might as well keep it going, and look for more stories.
1 year ago
For the record... I think good voltron decks use both Auras and Equipment so that one lone Vandalblast doesn't wreck your shit. Here are some good voltron enchantments most of them are white because... I'm a racist? No, my Voltron deck Samurai From The Past! is based on Konda, Lord of Eiganjo here:
- Battle Mastery
- Daybreak Coronet
- Angelic Destiny
- Gift of Immortality
- Eldrazi Conscription
- Spirit Mantle
- Spectra Ward
- On Serra's Wings
- Steel of the Godhead
- Righteous Authority
- Spirit Loop
- Aqueous Form
- Fool's Demise
- Sovereigns of Lost Alara
I also think that Ghirapur Orrery, and Horn Of Greed should be cut... Hear me out! Orrery and Horn do two things they help you with card advantage and land plays, and second they help your opponent in the same way... Think about this for a second, if you are playing against a spells deck and they dump their hand (which they do from time to time), you just gave them 3 more spells to throw in your face. Then you have Orrery and Horn together thats two cards that you let the esper/jund/izzet/grixis control player have to answer any threats you have. I think you're giving your opponents too much with these cards.