Fumigate

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Custom Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Kaladesh (KLD) Rare

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Fumigate

Sorcery

Destroy all creatures. You gain one life for each creature destroyed this way.

Fumigate Discussion

hungry000 on B/W Gideon, Brisela

5 days ago

What types of decks do you usually play against? Knowing that will help people give advice. For some general tips, I would cut all of the "standard" cards that you're playing right now because most all of them are too slow, not powerful enough for modern, or have better versions of the card available: 1 Dusk / Dawn , 2 Fumigate , 1 Ironwright's Cleansing , 2 Never / Return , 1 Decommission , 2 Gideon's Reproach . I would also cut the 4 Authority of the Consuls , but they could be reasonable depending on what you play against. In their place, you should play some of the Modern "Staples" as they'll help increase the competitivity of your deck (look up modern staples if you don't know what I'm talking about). In your colors, Path to Exile is the most important considering the current meta. 1-mana discard spells such as Inquisition of Kozilek and Thoughtseize are played in virtually every deck that plays black; they'll give you an edge against control and combo and are still very useful vs aggro and midrange. The downside of those staples is that they cost a lot of money. If that's a trouble for you, I can suggest some other cards that are at least semi-competitive, though again it would help to know what you play against.

If you really like gaining life, take a look at a Martyr Proc deck (example: Martyr Proc). Martyr of Sands can gain you huge amounts of life starting turn 2, and it works quite well with Squadron Hawk . It's easy enough to slot in a few Gideon of the Trials and Brisela/Bruna in place of some other cards, and it gains a heck ton more life than the deck you're playing now does.

Another way you could take the deck is a B Devotion deck to make use of Gray Merchant of Asphodel . That deck has cards like Vampire Nighthawk , Gifted Aetherborn (which you already have), and Gatekeeper of Malakir . It could make casting Gideons and Brisela/Bruna harder though.

edengstrom1 on Teysa, Afterlife and Death

2 weeks ago

I have a similar Teysa deck that I have been pretty successful with. One thing that I notice is that you have no Wrath of God cards. This can usually buy you some time if you are becoming a target and will trigger any death triggers you have.

Some good budget ones are: Fumigate , Kaya's Wrath and Phyrexian Rebirth .

Since you asked, some good recursion cards are: Phyrexian Reclamation and Hell's Caretaker

One of my favorite cards in these kind of decks is Kokusho, the Evening Star . This card can be a beating in the air and if it dies while Teysa is out will drain all of your opponents for 10 life, while you are usually gaining around 30 life! It's a little above your budget, but something to think about.

Hope that helps! Good luck!!

Suns_Champion on Cortez Cowboys | Elenda EDH

3 weeks ago

Iknowyoustolemyugin thanks! Code can be found in my idea well here: Suns_Champion's Well of Ideas. Pay me with upvotes!

Coward_Token Smothering Tithe is going in! Haha

TheNocholas You're welcome, and thanks for the upvote in return! Feel free to stay and discuss!

Hey griffstick, you caught me right as I was writing this comment! That is a cool card that I'll have to think about/test! I see good interactions with Restoration Specialist and Sun Titan . Might be worth it...

For anyone interested, here are the WAR changes!

Sideboarding my Together Forever/Deathrender combo. Found it's too clunky and not very good, as much as I like it.

Looking forward to getting my hands on Liliana, Dreadhorde General .

Ashen0ne on Aurelia's War

3 weeks ago

Alright so this is where things get difficult lol. Right now the deck has some semblance of agro and control but its currently being bogged down by things that don’t contribute anything or enough to warrant their spot. I’m going to suggest a lot of cuts and for each one I’ll offer a decent replacement that will not only make all of our lives miserable but also contribute to making the deck far more resilient and difficult to stop. Creatures to cut

Creatures to Add

Noncreature Spells to Cut

Noncreature Spells to Add

Now what these additions will do is smooth out your mana curve and make you come out swinging far more quickly in more consistently. The additions include another outlet to go infinite through Sword of Feast and Famine and Aggravated Assault . They also contain multiple ways to tutor up Helm of the Host and win. Combat Celebrant and Godo, Bandit Warlord each go infinite with helm and Godo will tutor for it himself and place it straight onto the battlefield.

We also tighten up your control package with cheap removal and creatures that limit what you’re opponents can do. I can provide more explanations in person if you like.

Remember these are only suggestions lol But if you try them I think you’ll like how much faster the deck pops off.

PhotogenicParasympathetic on Planeswalkers as Generals: Is it ...

1 month ago

PlatinumOne: Wow, you're so right! If only Elspeth were in colors that were good at dealing with enemy creatures. Like if she shared a color with Path to Exile or Swords to Plowshares or Wrath of God or Day of Judgment or Fumigate or Akroma's Vengeance or Austere Command or Terminus or... need I go on?

You're counting on having creatures to attack with, and then counting on them being evasive enough to get around her blockers, AND counting on them being hasty enough to get in good hits before she minuses to kill them/casts any one of white's infinite wraths. Turn five Fumigate -> turn six Elspeth is going to make that very, very hard.

Your playgroup isn't a good comparison for the health of the format overall. Sure, your meta might have the tools to deal with a planeswalker commander. Others won't. The argument is that overall, having access to cards as powerful as walkers repeatedly, without recourse to end the threat permanently, is dangerous. The point isn't that there are no possible answers to planeswalkers - the point is that planeswalkers as commanders warps the meta in unhealthy ways, to the point where decks unable to consistently, not just once or twice, but every time, answer a walker will not really be viable anymore.

Twotwo4two on First-Time Deck Builder, Looking For ...

1 month ago

Good board wipes are on a budget are Planar Cleansing and Fumigate . It looks like you want to have a sacrifice theme but I only saw 1 sac outlet. Maybe look into Viscera Seer and Ashnod's Altar . If you are interested check out the Command Zone podcast. They have some great casts on deckbuilding. Also, Tolarian Community College on YouTube is a great source of deckbuilding info. Have fun.

Joe_Ken_ on On a scale of 1 ...

1 month ago

I think it looks pretty good, but I would include a few white board wipes since your stuff should normally be indestructible or at least be hard to kill. I would recommend Fumigate or Rout if you are on a budget. But if you're going all out I would recommend Day of Judgment , Wrath of God , and Austere Command .

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Fumigate occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.06%

White: 0.4%

W/B (Orzhov): 0.62%