Incite Rebellion

Legality

Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Pauper Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Commander 2014 (C14) Rare

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Incite Rebellion

Sorcery

For each player, Incite Rebellion deals damage to that player and each creature that player controls equal to the number of creatures he or she controls.

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Incite Rebellion Discussion

Ender666666 on Doesn't Play Well With Others

3 weeks ago

Hi thanks for the suggestion. I like Incite Rebellion but am not sure it's right for this deck for a few reasons. First, I like to wipe the board often and so the amount of creatures that would be around to cause pain are greatly reduced. Second, at 6 CMC and as a Sorcery, it's a little conditional and potentially low impact if there aren't enough critters out.

Anyhow, I WILL keep it in mind. :)

chalto on Doesn't Play Well With Others

3 weeks ago

I have to strongly recommend Incite Rebellion! Especially for a deck like this, its an amazing way to wipe a board and punish players for going too wide!

Muglacious_NiceFaceToad on Mar-Judo

9 months ago

Nice deck,I have a similar deck although instead of just reflecting it is also dealing damage to my own creatures with burn board wipe spells and reflecting damage using Stuffy doll and the like.

I hadn't seen Incite Rebellion before and which I'm thinking of including in Hidan's Cult of the Evil God, Way of the Jashin.

Have you thought of using Stuffy Doll, Boros Reckoner, Coalhauler Swine, Mogg Maniac, or Spitemare as damage reflection? or Glacial Chasm as protection?

Looking at your deck I'm thinking I might want to add some more judo to my deck.

jchinnjr on Mar-Judo

10 months ago

bmwilson2013, thanks for commenting! I agree that Zurgo is a much better closer when compared to Queen Marchesa. This deck relies heavily on A) opponents chipping away at each other, and B) my judo cards chipping away at opponents. Sometimes Plan B is enough to close out games (i.e. a token deck getting caught under an Incite Rebellion/Deadly Tempest/Netherborn Phalanx, or pot shots from Kaervek/Viashino Heretic). Honestly, often times the deck wins when an opponent gets antsy and charges head first toward a Reflect Damage-type card. You commenting, though, has me thinking of Zurgo as part of the 99. Its indestructibility avoids my boards wipes, and it could close out games in a hurry (assuming there aren't any ridiculous life gain decks in play).

Regarding your Zurgo deck, how has Crackling Doom been performing? It is Sunforger-castable and was in my initial list but got cut. Also, how do you like Liability? The card is new to me, but seems right up this deck's alley.

Omeros on Mono-Red Control

10 months ago

While you don't have a lot of fast mana (the legal Moxen, Mana Crypt, and so on) you do have a ton of mana rocks. Even though your average CMC is above 3.5 I think you can safely shave 2, maybe 3, lands from the deck for other cards. Given how often you're trying to blow up lands, drawing one after the first few turns is virtually a wasted draw.

To compensate, I'd suggest also swapping out some of your highest CMC cards for cheaper but more targeted solutions. These include Inferno and Incite Rebellion (unless several people you know play token spam decks). I'm not crazy about Akroan Horse but you might like Trading Post in its place.

You may also find Daretti, Scrap Savant, Goblin Welder, Faithless Looting, Trinisphere, Torpor Orb, Chaos Warp, or Aftershock to be valuable. The last two and Daretti in particular, because you do also want some targeted removal and with so many artifacts Daretti can shine.

FlyingFerrari on UR a wizard Jori!

1 year ago

@Not_Yet_Flawless: I used to run both Think Twice and Desperate Ravings but I found them to be weak in the deck slot when you can run better draw spells or cheaper cantrip. I don't know if Artful Dodge fits in here, what do you think?

The combo does work in this way:

  1. Cast Rite of Replication targeting a creature on the battlefield. (stack: Rite of Replication)

  2. Cast Dualcaster Mage. (stack: Dualcaster Mage on top of Rite of Replication)

  3. Dualcaster Mage resoves, the trigger ability targets Rite of Replication. (stack: Dualcaster Mages triggered ability on top of Rite of Replication)

  4. Dualcaster Mages triggered ability resolves, copying Rite of Replication, targeting Dualcaster Mage. (stack: copy of Rite of Replication on top of Rite of Replication)

  5. Copy of Rite of Replication resolves copying Dualcaster Mage, the triggered ability of the token copies the original Rite of Replication. (stack: token Dualcaster Mages triggered ability on top of Rite of Replication.)

  6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 a million times, then proceed to get overkilled by an opposing Incite Rebellion... Hilarious!

ManaTitheGuy on descent into tableflipping

1 year ago

+1 for a prison/pillow deck. Good interactions. A couple cards I have seen used with Forbidden Orchard that may induce a chair flip or two prior to the mass table flip would be Forbidden Orchard+Riot Control or Incite Rebellion (if you've fluffed up your opponents side of the board) or Blunt the Assault. If there's a butt-load of creatures everywhere Blasphemous Act is always fun. Possibly side out a couple Supreme Verdict and/or Terminate to utilize the tokens you've taunted your opponents with.

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