Enchantment — Aura

Enchant permanent

Enchanted permanent is indestructible. (Effects that say "destroy" don't destroy that permanent. An indestructible creature can't be destroyed by damage.)

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Set Rarity
Magic 2014 (M14) Rare
2010 Core Set (M10) Rare

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Pioneer Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Indestructibility occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.01%

Indestructibility Discussion

Icbrgr on

2 months ago

Indestructibility is also an idea for protecting combo pieces.

NoSoyYucateco on Suck It, Sheoldred!

3 months ago

I think you need a bit more ramp to speed up the deck. You're playing green--why are you running the signet over more durable land ramp, especially when you only have 35 lands here? Rampant Growth, Nature's Lore, Cultivate, Diligent Farmhand, Wood Elves, Farhaven Elf, and Solemn Simulacrum are all cards I would pick before the signet. These will help you get Sigarda out sooner and give you staying power for the late game.

Also, if you're up against Sheoldred regularly, you might want to consider some more graveyard hate, like Scavenger Grounds, Tormod's Crypt, and Sentinel Totem. Sigarda will keep you from sacking but she won't prevent them from reanimating.

I would also swap one of your artifact/enchantment removal spells for Return to Nature, since it can exile something targeted by a reanimate effect.

Since you're aura-focused here, I would also think about Battle Mastery.

You also have virtually no draw here. Sram, Senior Edificer, Rishkar's Expertise, or Return of the Wildspeaker would all be great in this build. Even a Harmonize would do you good.

As for what you could cut to make room for some of these suggestions, I'd think about Flower / Flourish, Unflinching Courage, Dromoka's Command, Devouring Light, Indestructibility, Darksteel Plate, Bow of Nylea, and maybe one or two other targeted removal spells. You have a lot here.

Optimator on If You Had Life Eternal: Evra EDH

3 months ago

You might want to run Lapse of Certainty, Rebuff the Wicked, and/or Mana Tithe; and/or protective spells like Dawn Charm, Unbreakable Formation, Selfless Spirit, Rootborn Defenses, Make a Stand, and those that give Protection from a color (I forget their names).

You really don't want to get blown out aftet swapping life but before you can attack.

Indestructibility, Shielded by Faith, and Bastion Protector might be good too

Yesterday on Would Artifact equipment, Enchantments stay ...

3 months ago

They would not stay attached. A quality that all Auras have is a line of text which dictates the type of permanent they can be attached to. An Aura with Enchant creature must target a creature when you cast it, and will only remain enchanting that permanent as long as it's a creature. So an Aura with Enchant black creature would fall off a creature that had its colour changed from black to something else. Equipments are similar in that all Equipments require a creature to target with their ability, and only remain attached to that permanent as long as it's creature.

When your Inkmoth Nexus becomes a creature, it's eligible for these Auras and Equipments for as long as it remains a creature. When it stops being a creature at end of turn, it's no longer a valid permanent for any Equipments, or any Auras with Enchant Creature. Conversely, an Indestructibility would remain on the permanent even when it ceases being a creature, because there is no moment where it doesn't match that Aura's requirement of simply being a permanent.

Icbrgr on Regenerate vs. protection vs. ....

3 months ago

in terms of fog effects like you said its closer to Indestructibility being safe from Lightning Bolt or pingers like Grim Lavamancer but can still get hit by Doom Blade with the having the additional weakness of "damage cant be prevented" effect from Skullcrack or Leyline of Punishment and such.

I think its a matter of preference for whatever homebrewed scenarios your decks will face... sometimes intentional weakness/limitations are beneficial as a teaching tool... but for overall most resilience id go with either indestructible or instant speed protection.

Icbrgr on Regenerate vs. protection vs. ....

3 months ago

Oh Regenerate... the mechanic that was supposed to be evergreen but created way too much confusion and therefore done away with... its really effective though and typically is repeatable but I think is outclassed by indestructible.

Fog is probably the worst choice because its limited to combat damage and the creature will still die to basically all removal.

Indestructibility makes for a much tougher/creature to be killed/dealt with with essentially only being able to die via being forced to be sacrificed from somthing like Smallpox or exiled from somthing like Path to Exile or wither/-1/-1 effects like Mutilate.

Protection from somthing like Progenitus is incredible for a lot of things especially when it comes to removal/evasion... but if you are looking to attack and the opponent cant block may not be what you want...but after blockers are declared and instant speed protection... eh if you can pull it off go for it.

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