Glorious End

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Format Legality
Standard Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Vintage Legal
Legacy Legal
Modern Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Amonkhet Mythic Rare

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Glorious End

Instant

End the turn. (Exile all spells and abilities on the stack, including this card. The player whose turn it is discards down to his or her maximum hand size. Damage wears off, and "this turn" and "until end of turn" effects end.)

At the beginning of your next end step, you lose the game.

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Glorious End Discussion

BigWillyGx16 on Alesha, Who Smiles at Cruelty (Project)

5 days ago

hmm seems like Glorious End could fit in here for ending your opponents turn at the upkeep of his/her turn after going to 1 on yours then attacking for the win. This is already a boom or bust deck so might as well go for more boom!

5_Emmas_in_Main on Heartless Son of a Bitch

1 week ago

And what about Glorious End?

Hobbez9186 on Don't Feed After Midnight

1 week ago

I think it keeps it's paces with other fast aggro decks, but I have not tried it against the popular PT builds so I'm probably biased in that opinion, but I have some pretty aggressive and fast decks in our playgroup that make for a fast and fun fight to the death.

I like the idea of Hope of Ghirapur to stall out your opponent, but I recently started toying around with Glorious End to accomplish the same thing. It's a ballsier tactic, one turn to win, I like it.

I'm a huge fan of Reckless Fireweaver. I really wanted to stay on theme, which I don't think is a bad thing. Fireweaver adds a strong burst of damage but at an entire turn slower since I wouldn't be able to start dropping stuff until I'm ready to attack with the Intruder. It also has that sort of "kill it with fire!" reaction immediately from your opponent and I'm not sure it would live to do its thing consistently. At least if I have an intruder resolve with a fling in hand I can respond to removal with sacrifice and fling out some decent damage. It all depends on board state and timing, but I like my chances.

I could be completely wrong, I really need to go to FNM with it but sadly haven't had the opportunity. It sure is fun to duel with friends on Mondays :)

ShadeASP on Devoted druid and Vizier of ...

1 week ago

Yes this works exactly how you explained it. It seems like you understand already how this works but you were hoping it doesn't lol

If you try to answer (removal/damage/whatever) your opponent placing a -1/-1 counter on the Druid, then yes, your opponent can respond to your attempt to disrupt the combo by simply using the ability again. They will get whatever amount of mana they want, and creatures may die once your answer resolves, but they'll still have the mana.

You could try Sudden Death or Sudden Shock to kill the Druid, or you could even disrupt the combo for a turn by using Sudden Spoiling or Wipe Away, so anything with Split Second would help disrupt it, but in the absence of this, they would get the mana yes. If they can't use the mana immediately with a permanent on the battlefield and if they aren't holding an instant that would use it, Glorious End will help.

But yes, it is a very difficult-to-disrupt combo.

TheRedGoat on Tymmy's Fabulous F***House (Staxdos)

1 week ago

So quick question, is this deck wanting to ever play combos itself or is it purely a stax/aggro build? In either case I'd feel you're missing out on the key aspect of stax that is hand disruption, but otherwise there are vastly different things I could recommend or ask if you've considered 'x' card or not.

For now I would only wonder if you think a card like Sadistic Hypnotist would be worth the inclusion in your build for it's control aspects. Also, have you considered Glorious End for the lolz?

Hobbez9186 on Izzet Time for More Spells?

1 week ago

I think both of us need two copies of Glorious End. Just reread the card and realized how amazing it would be, particularly when racing for damage.

"Can you kill me next turn?"

"Maybe."

"Ok, go."

"Let's see what I dra..."

"You're turn is over. Now it's my turn again, annnnnd... go to combat?"

"You're a monster."

Snap157 on Best Modern Playables in Amonkhet

1 week ago

I predict Bone Picker will have a price spike (Black Delver anyone?)

Harsh Mentor and Soul-Scar Mage might see some play, as well as Prowling Serpopard for sideboard and I'd say Glorious End will get thrown into something broken. Anointed Processions gonna go nuts with token decks, and As Foretold will have deck built around it soon enough. I don;t think the cycling lands will see too much play but you never know

Xica on The Dark Side of the Moon (Developing Competitive)

1 week ago

Glorious End is a very good card if you plan to cheat Platinum Angel in play with Madcap Experiment.
For one it can time walk me from t3 to t4, effectively skipping the opponent's turn 3, which is quiet something against agressive linear strategies. (if i have Madcap Experiment & a land in hand, so that i will not loose to it on my next end step)

It is also a supremely good counterspell. Anything that can just exile a hardcast Emrakul, the Aeons Torn from the stack, for 3 mana (and only a single that needs to be colored) is pretty strong in my humble opinion.

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