Harmless Offering


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Eldritch Moon (EMN) Rare

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Harmless Offering


Target opponent gains control of target permanent you control.

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Harmless Offering Discussion

Gattison on magicsheep

2 days ago

Hey there! So about your "challenge decks," I noticed you have a folder for them. I'd like to link them in my collection of resources: The List, if you don't mind.

Also, good idea for Derelor! Maybe something like Painter's Servant + Derelor + Harmless Offering and maybe some kind of Psychic Venom effect? Lol, I would have never thought of that. Looking forward to what you got!

Also, just to correct something I noticed on your wall. You can have spaces in your deck's custom categories. KingOreskos actually showed you how, by using underscore: _


buckeyetron on FNM

1 week ago

jordy, the person casting Harmless Offering chooses which permanent the opponent gets. also, it should be fairly obvious why Sylvan Library is good. it digs for the cards you need.

Funkydiscogod on FNM

1 week ago

The question 1 is kind of complicated...it depends what other people are playing.

Burn, dredge and infect are all good ~budgetish~ archetypes. They can all be bought cheap with budget alternatives, and upgraded to full power as you get the real cards.

My LGS was overrun with them. I know how to metagame, so I made a deck built around Harmless Offering an Immortal Coil, designed to kill those three decks: Dredge couldn't handle the face I was trying to keep clean opponent graveyard for the kill. Burn and infect couldn't handle the "life gain". Once Immortal Coil came online, the fetchlands I crack gain me life, and Tome Scour became a cantrip "gain 3 life". It wasn't a tier deck, but it beat those three types more often than not.

Anyway...top 8'd and won a pack. A week later I ran into Blue-Tron, Storm and Jund and got my face murdered off. Could never run that deck again...

The point of the story is that if you know how to metagame, then you can win. So, who are you up against?

cdkime on Dominaria release notes posted

2 weeks ago

I concur with AgentGreen. I have a very nippy orange kitten who I often call my little Harmless Offering. She makes that exact same face right before she does something sharp.

AgentGreen on Dominaria release notes posted

2 weeks ago

That kitty art is cute, but it can't top the art of Harmless Offering

Uncanny_Ghoul on Why Win When Your Opponent Can Lose?

1 month ago

Really love this deck, original.

I've seen many deck with Demonic Pact + Harmless Offering but those were all boring.

You have pushed the combo through the roof and I like that.

Imp's Mischief is my favorite card in black. like Epidilius said, no1 ever see it coming.

Darth_Savage on Feed the Funnel

1 month ago

Hi Grimblade,

Cool looking deck, though your inspiration from Seth's deck basically assumed the best thing to do with the Funnel was donate it via Harmless Offering or maybe at a push some weird Bazaar Trader / Liquimetal Coating deck...

You want to use it's discount so maybe Myr Servitor / Kuldotha Rebirth to give you some extra fuel... Maybe Tragic Slip / Brimstone Volley as targeted removal and Gruesome Discovery could be brutal, since Morbid is easy in this deck, that might be the keyword to look for...

Anyway, that a few random musings from me...

cdkime on Casual Dirty combo

1 month ago

There are some fun, unusual win conditions out there that are fun to pilot and build. At my kitchen table, we have some, Door to Nothingness, Spawnsire of Ulamog, Coalition Victory, and Donateing (or its adorable clone, Harmless Offering), a lose condition decks, all of which are decidedly entertaining.

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