Invoke Prejudice


Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Legends (LEG) Rare

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Invoke Prejudice


Whenever an opponent plays a nonartifact creature spell that doesn't share a color with a creature you control, counter that spell unless its controller pays (X), where X is its converted mana cost.

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Invoke Prejudice Discussion

Profet93 on Day Traders: The official buyout ...

2 days ago

My apologies as I am unfamiliar with the format.

Does anyone know why Invoke Prejudice's price has been fluctuating recently?


soulean on Chain Veil Teferi

2 weeks ago

Invoke Prejudice seems like a solid card a in mono blue creature light deck. Makes any sweepers your opponents play that much more devastating and your bounce spells that much nicer when targeting creatures. The UUUU cost makes it awkward. Turn 3 seems like the earliest reasonable turn it would hit the table.

Awesome deck by the way - can't wait to throw it together and give it a try.

Rahvin_dom on Talrand

2 weeks ago


Torpor Orb can also be fetched using Muddle the Mixture. And while I recently removed it (because I didn't find myself needing it), Whir of Invention would work as a great "surprise, your ETB effect isn't happening" tutor. There are a few other good artifact tutors in Blue as well.

I have Disallow to kill abilities, and in my meta that's been enough. Certainly adding other Stifle-esque cards is a good idea if required by your meta.

As far as problems...that's hard to answer. This is my hands-down favorite deck right now, but I don't get to play it as often as I'd like because my playgroup can only tolerate so much mono-B shenanigans in a single evening. Some of my hate pieces (Invoke Prejudice) draw too much hate in response, but it's a pet card and when it works it's backbreaking. Buddy has a brutally effective Sigarda, Host of Herons deck that's really hard to deal with, and Prejudice just shut him down entirely, it was great. Definitely not a political card and it makes me an immediate target, so I have to be careful and sometimes it's a dead card. I've found that I almost always have an answer, or can get an answer, when I need one. The biggest challenge has been playing the political game well enough to not be focused down. I can play Archenemy for a little while, but you can only have so much interaction. And while I definitely have a ton of draw, running out of gas is absolutely crippling; Leovold, Emissary of Trest was a backbreaker before he was banned.

The deck was objectively stronger when I used the Mass Polymorph strategy. It was ridiculously consistent at delaying the game and making drakes until a mana doubler became available, followed by a Mass Polymorph into Palinchron and Tidespout Tyrant for a win. I only took it out due to playgroup feedback. The additional challenge, though, has surprisingly made the deck more fun for me to play as well.

Lhurgyof on Ertai, Draw-Counter-Go

3 weeks ago

Needs moar Invoke Prejudice.

+1 from me. Making a Baral counter-go deck: As Fun as a Baral of Monkeys

abby315 on Big Fat Green Wincon

1 month ago

Cyclonic Rift will do it, but it's good to have redundancy. And I guess it depends on what playgroup you're with-- Winds of Rebuke is just fantastic for breaking up a combo turn about to happen if they're playing with top-of-deck tutors like the Vampiric Tutor cycle. Bounce the Hermit Druid/ Devoted Druid/ Paradox Engine or whatever and mill the piece they tutored for.

Decay and claim are also meta dependent, but it's just good to have versatile answers and protection--they can either remove a hate piece or remove a combo piece. Decay especially if you're against very competitive groups who go off with counterspell protection, but it's poor against combos that can go off in response (Aluren comes to mind, but it works against Druid and Lab Man and Cephalid Breakfast).

I'm sorry I can't look at your list while commenting, pitfalls of mobile, but some good interactive cards: Swan Song, Arcane Denial, decay and claim, Pact of Negation, Countersquall, Extirpate or surgical or Faerie Macabre.

Some good hate pieces in sultai, if you want to be a controlly combo deck: Deathrite Shaman, Trygon Predator, Toxic Deluge, Pithing Needle, I think some other blue cards are worth a thought like Invoke Prejudice or Stasis to stall while you set up.

Otherwise the best way to make your deck faster is to just include better mana ramp and more tutors, usually :P sorry I can't make specific suggestions rn but i hope it helps!

My 4c aluren deck tries to go off t3/4 while also interacting with faster combos, and it's as competitive as it can be (I think) without spending like $4000 on fast mana and imperial seal, and it's all 3 of your colors plus white. feel free to check it out: do you like FREE STUFF? (2 CMC avg Aluren combo)

VexenX on [[Primer]]-God of the Rising FULL Moon! Butts Up!!

2 months ago

synonimous_ and Deadly_Walrus: You are both VERY welcome! I am glad you are happy with it! It is no fun just to look at deck online and not build them yourself, I hope this makes it more attainable! Let me know how it goes!

Dovahkiin11: Graveborn Muse is much less scary when you have a sack-outlet. I have not been endangered by it yet, but I definitely see the potential threat here. However, all is fair when The Scarab God is in play! I am not ready fork up the cash for Invoke Prejudice at the moment...

Dovahkiin11 on [[Primer]]-God of the Rising FULL Moon! Butts Up!!

2 months ago

Do you have any trouble with Graveborn Muse (particularly when running Paradox Haze)? Have you thought about running Dreamborn Muse? I suggest it because while you'll be discarding (Cryptbreaker, etc.) and playing things for free/@ instant speed (Leyline of Anticipation, etc.), your opponents may have trouble playing things, especially if you have an Invoke Prejudice--expensive, I know--, which slows your opponents, is great control, and may also feed the graveyards (and repsectively, The Scarab God).

DarkLaw on Oddest art?

3 months ago

The most odd thing about Invoke Prejudice is that it works when you have no creatures. For some reason. Disembodied axes, I guess.

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