Jace's Erasure

Jace's Erasure

Enchantment

Whenever you draw a card, you may have target player put the top card of his or her library into his or her graveyard.

Browse Alters View at Gatherer

Trade

Have (0)
Want (1) danleniumfalcon

Printings View all

Set Rarity
2012 Core Set (M12) Common
2011 Core Set (M11) Common

Combos Browse all

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Highlander Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Jace's Erasure occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.0%

Jace's Erasure Discussion

The_Potato_Judge on Jace's Mill

1 month ago

Thank you! This is a great mill deck, and will serve a blueprint for what I hope to accomplish. I only knew about Jace's Erasure, but the other similar cards are a real eye-opener.

If I might offer one bit of advice, since you have Spellbooks in here, is that I personally think that decks that draw to mill the opponent should run Flux. I know I'm going to!

Caerwyn on R/B/B Nekusar Card Draw

2 months ago

I would cut the following:

Kami of the Crescent Moon, Dictate of Kruphix - Both of these are traps. They seem like they should be good with Nekusar, but, in actuality, will probably get you killed. They add no damage for themselves, so, if you cannot keep Nekusar or Spiteful Visions fielded, they are just pure card advantage to your collective opponents. Yes, each player is getting only a single draw, but you have to look at them as a whole unit--in a four-person pod, you get 1 chance to draw a card you need to win; but you're giving up 3 chances that someone will draw the card they need to stop you. Without built-in damage effects, they are simply not worth it. Likewise, I must disagree with TheOtherHand's suggestion of Howling Mine and Underworld Dreams.

Forced Fruition - much the same problem. Often this means they cast their piece of removal, draw 7, then combo out and win the game that turn.

Jace's Erasure, Sphinx's Tutelage - These can win the game, but you will usually win through damage first. As such, not worth including--there are better ways to pull out a victory than mill.

As TheOtherHand mentioned, Teferi, Hero of Dominaria is not legal in this deck, nor do you have a way to cast him.


Here are some things I would recommend adding:

I agree, partly, with TheOtherHand's suggestion on running more wheels. Wheels are the bread and butter of Teferi, allowing you to crank out significant amounts of damage. Howeverm Day's Undoing does not work with Nekusar. When Day's Undoing ends the turn, it also exiles all spells and abilities on the stack--that includes Nekusar's damage triggers. So, by using it, you just caused everyone to draw 7 cards, without actually taking any damage.

I would also add Teferi's Puzzle Box to the list of wheels worth adding. It can disrupt direct-to-and tutors and also does not provide actual card advantage. The repeatable wheel effect can get brutal very quickly. Dark Deal, Molten Psyche, Reforge the Soul, Whispering Madness, and Winds of Change are some other wheel effects not already mentioned.

You should also include more artifact ramp, such as Sol Ring and the talismans and signets.

Curiosity allows you to go near-infinite (can keep combo up until you run out of cards) with Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind and is a solid choice to put on Nekusar as well. Helm of the Ghastlord also combos with Niv, and has the added advantage on Nekusar of forcing them to discard any card they draw, locking them into just playing instant-speed spells.

Sigil of Sleep turns all the wheel effects into mini-Cyclonic Rifts.

Then we get to the real power of Nekusar: Grafted Exoskeleton, Glistening Oil, and Phyresis. Infect plus wheels and regular card draw can close out a game extremely quickly.

Hope some of that helps!

Epicurus on Who's howling at the mine?

2 months ago

Awesome deck! I've had many variations on the same theme myself. I'm going to list some things for you to consider, which I think might be helpful...

And, always, when you're in Grixis, Nicky Boo Boo, because why the hell would you not.

I'm not sure what you'd be best to swap out for any of these, but that's for you to consider. It does look like the deck should have more protection than it does, and that's why I'd think that Wash Out would be very helpful. And maybe a couple/few cards like Clone or Clever Impersonator, or theft spells like Treachery, because with a lot of card draw, people are going to be casting some spells.

That's a long list there, but just doing my part.

thom-le on Circu, Dimir Lobotomist

3 months ago

Nosema You wrote: "Hey, Thank you so much for responding. It was really helpful and I am close to finishing the deck but I REALLY like the idea of the Duskmantle Guildmage and Mindcrank combo. I was wondering whats the best way to trigger that. like the cheapest/easiest way for your opponents to all discard a card? Also do you try to play both at the same time or play 1 and then the other and risk it being destroyed? Thanks again!"

One strategy is to improve the mill technique. If you are playing different Counterspells than Didn't Say Please, Thought Collapse, Psychic Strike could be possible additions. Maybe consider Psychic Corrosion, Memory Erosion or Jace's Erasure, but I think those Enchantments are not in the theme of the deck.. Grisly Spectacle is better as a removal with mill, Jace's Archivist helps also the Notion Thief + Whispering Madness -combo. Pilfered Plans is card draw with mill.. so you have a nice pool of cards to choose from.

Another way is to get the Discard-Theme. Very annoying but also very effective. You still may play Windfall, Dark Deal and all those cards with such an effect. Painful Quandary is awesome but creates hate. A special combo could be High Market + Howltooth Hollow + Mindslicer if you are going deeper and deeper in the theme. Bottomless Pit, Oppression are fantastic cards. Bloodchief Ascension is so good for gaining life in the discard strategy, just think of this one.

In my opinion you play both cards, but you need some Counterspells in your hand. And you should have enough mana available..

Load more