Hypergenesis is green.
Starting with you, each player may put an artifact, creature, enchantment, or land card from his or her hand into play. Repeat this process until no one puts a card into play.
|Want (2)||1Doogan1 , Vector_Logic|
Printings View all
|Time Spiral (TSP)||Rare|
Combos Browse all
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
1 month ago
Creator of Drauthi, Aether-Guardian, I am sad to say that no one can make cards that allow you to pay alternate costs or have "mana cost less than" printed on them. The reason is because of these 8 cards:
Some of these are better than others, but all are broken when combined with cards like what you listed
4 months ago
Some silver bullets are great... If stax is an issue though, this guy needs low CMC and 0 cmc alternative cost bullets. There are enchantment killers in green with the option to give opponents life instead of paying. I also have been highly effective against stax & cheatyface by letting the table freeplay to dump on the problem player, another example of making parity plays for everyone (& guess where all that freeplay hate is going to aim?) would be Hypergenesis . If everyone else feels the same way this will aim everyone's best freeplay cards at the staxman
5 months ago
I did think of some of those cards, specially Sneak Attack and Selvala's Stampede being the cheaper ones (this deck does not have a ton of ramp). However, I opted for the dirtbag route, focusing a lot the ways of cheating big creatures and play more tutors. Actually, this deck has a lot of something I love, which is tutoring for the right tutor. Example: you Merchant Scroll into Bring to Light into Hypergenesis . Or you Merchant Scroll into Muddle the Mixture and transmute into Oath of Druids ! :D
That being said, I might still add Stampede, it's a really good card! I don't like that Sneak Attack exiles the creature in multiplayer. And Aminatou's Augury and Tooth and Nail are expesive manawise, but really good. I don't know!
I'm glad you liked the list and thanks a lot for commenting! :D
9 months ago
Flooremoji Hypergenesis is busted with cascade. It would lead to people getting out turn 2 emrakul
9 months ago
Neoform, if you can count that, building SnowShift.
I would love to see Hogaak banned, and I don't think even if he is selling packs that having such a broken deck in modern is making WoTC money, especially because some people are temporarily quitting because of him. I hate the static ability PWKRs, they are so staxy, and I wouldn't mind if they went, but I doubt it will happen. (Karn and Teferi mostly, I like Narset better for some reason.) If Faithless went, I wouldn't be sad, but I think Stirrings is the only reason so many decks are viable. I'm also wary of SFM, mostly because its good enough for Legacy, which has many more broken things you can do. I also think that jund is in a good place right now, and that I wouldn't risk that.
I would very much like to see Bridge from Below unbanned, because there is no need to kill the deck, just return it to a state where it is slightly better then it was, because of the other MH1 cards that were included. I also would like to see what Artifact lands and Hypergenesis would do to the format, as a test.
I believe Hogaak, Arisen Necropolis will be banned, with one other change to the format.
9 months ago
CreationCatalyst Tnx. What about the dream halls? Doesn't work with the eldrazi seems like it could backfire pretty bad
10 months ago
Fun Fact: If you want a really degenerate combo, put in Hypergenesis to cascade into and have the rest of your deck be 7+ mana fatties. Play your entire hand of eldrazi and crap on turn 4/5.
11 months ago
It entering is not simultaneous with the trigger. It has to be on the battlefield when the trigger resolves because it doesn't even trigger until it has entered. Then the ability has to go on the stack and resolve.
I'd be interested in knowing what rules allow reordering of events. I know of ordering multiple triggers as you would like if you have more than one to go on the stack at once, I know of choosing the order that replacement effects apply, I know of nothing that allows reordering of events. They either happen simultaneously as with Genesis Wave or in a specified order as with Hypergenesis .