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.

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

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Legality

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

Jace's Erasure occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.0%

Jace's Erasure Discussion

RNR_Gaming on [PEDH] Ley best pauper combo [Primer]

1 month ago

Not a huge fan of Jace's Erasure . If they've let me gain infinate mana I can just respond to whatever they draw and make them deck themselves. I cannot think of anything that would stop me that's a common. I do like Crashing Drawbridge as a haste enabler; though outside of that function I'm not sure it's all that great I'd need to test it. Sprout Swarm is an alternative win condition just incase; it's not a primary win condition so I'm not sure If id want to dedicate more slots to it. Qurion ranger was in my initial draft of this deck but I kinda decided against it because I wanted more dig cards. Deep Analysis was also a consideration but Foresee and Tamiyo's Epiphany allow us to look deeper into the deck and smooth out the drawa; I wanted consistency over just raw cards. I was actually going to add mystic sancuary after seeing it in a naru mecha deck just hadn't gotten around to it; very cool card but wondering if 10 islands will be enough to get its effect. Displace is a cool back up and adds redundancy I'll probably try it. I'm still trying to get people at my lgs back into commander so I think Night Soil is a pretty sweet tech card but I'm not sure how my meta will shape up. Like Mystic Remora is a great card but sometimes I swap it out because people at my lgs like their creature based tribal decks. Also, this isn't a heavy flicker deck. We only really flicker to combo not for value; while I like those cards I dont think they fit in this shell. I did consider the other cards you mentioned as well but space is tight and I like being more proactive than disruptive. Anyways, thanks for the suggestions:)

Spell_Slam on [PEDH] Ley best pauper combo [Primer]

1 month ago

Great deck! I do think that Ley/Lore Weaver is probably the best Commander in PDH to date, especially when it comes to combo-control gameplay.

The fact that you have access to these combo pieces in your command zone leaves me wondering why you run so many extra "copies" of them in your mainboard. I am especially curious about the land untappers, since they are generally pretty bad when it comes to ramp. You can afford to cut out most of these cards in exchange for more draw/counters/better ramp, in my opinion. The only ones I think are worth keeping are Arbor Elf and Voyaging Satyr.

Aside from that, I have a few suggestions. Jace's Erasure might be worth running in order to not have to give your opponent the card draw to mill them out with Lore Weaver.

If you do plan on keeping all your untappers, I would suggest Crashing Drawbridge . Not only will it let you go mana positive on many of your untappers depending on how many auras you have, but it also lets you instantly-win with Sprout Swarm.

Quirion Ranger can untap your untappers and give you another land drop and ramp on its own.

Deep Analysis Should definitely be in here if you're playing cards like Tamiyo's Epiphany.

Mystic Sanctuary is an easy inclusion with your flicker sub-theme and bouncing.

Pulse of Murasa is a card that sees a lot of play in tron decks in regular pauper and is a great way to get back lost combo pieces and give you a bit of life. It's also a great card to get back with Archaeomancer and ilk.

It's always nice to have a back-up Flicker to combo off with. Displace Fits the bill perfectly.

Some graveyard hate would be nice. I like Night Soil in green decks.

In decks that run flicker shenanigans, I tend to prefer Farhaven Elf and Ondu Giant over Sakura-Tribe Elder. The Giant is particularly underrated.

Fetchable removal with Transmute like Lignify and Deep Freeze might also be worth an inclusion.

Fathom Seer does a decent Gush impression, if you're looking for more card draw.

Funkydiscogod on Azorius Control Enchantments

4 months ago

First, Propaganda is not modern legal.

Consider replacing Path to Exile and Oust with Porphyry Nodes , Oppressive Rays or Guard Duty .

In testing my Enduring Ideal deck, I found Perplexing Chimera has been an all star: it gives the opponent a useless 3/3 in exchange for any spell that might get them out of the lock, but that's a totally different style of deck. I think for your style deck, you would probably want Hall of Heliod's Generosity , and Lunar Force to lock them down while you mill them out with your Psychic Corrosion . You might also want Sphinx's Tutelage , Jace's Erasure or Memory Erosion to speed it up.

Also, find space for Honden of Seeing Winds and Honden of Cleansing Fire , at least one each.

Pal00ka on Morph Me UP

4 months ago

The way I see it this deck is mid-range control, does not have an explicit win-condition, and has 2 Plans.

Plan A: Kadena sticks, you get a flash enabler out like Vedalken Orrery , a bounce-to-hand effect like Temur Sabertooth , and keep most of your mana open for flipping, bouncing, and free-casting. In this way you control as you see fit, build your board state, but 2/2s will not be intimidating anyone.

Helpful cards: Erratic Portal , Cyclonic Rift , Crystal Shard , AEtherize , Displacement Wave , Capsize , Beast Whisperer , Soul of the Harvest , and Curse of the Swine .

Plan B: Kadena does not stick, you still have your flash enabler and bounce-to-hand effect, but now mana is tight and you need to keep controlling the board.

Helpful cards: Wilderness Reclamation , Unwind , Rewind , Awakening , Curse of Bounty , Dramatic Reversal , and Peregrine Drake .

In both Plans you will have extra mana, either for flipping morphs or casting and flipping morphs. But what if you do not need to do those things? Now you have potentially a lot of mana "going to waste." I would suggest adding in a few outlets where you can turn extra mana in card advantage, tokens, or something else you deem needed/relevant.

Helpfull cards: Treasure Trove , Tower of Fortunes , Erebos, God of the Dead , Book of Rass , Well of Knowledge , Customs Depot , Freyalise's Charm , Greed , Mind's Eye , Ant Queen , Spawnsire of Ulamog , and Deadeye Plunderers .

In all of these instances there has been an emphasis on drawing cards because without finding more morphs the game-plan gets derailed quickly either because opponent's know which you have or wipe the board before you can bounce them back to hand. As an alternate win-condition that complements drawing cards I would say to either try to mill yourself or opponent's out.

Helpful cards: Jace's Erasure , Psychic Corrosion , Sphinx's Tutelage , Jace's Erasure , Mesmeric Orb , Altar of the Brood , Jace, Wielder of Mysteries , Laboratory Maniac , Minds Aglow , Prosperity , Blue Sun's Zenith and Fascination .

Adding in a mini voltron package is not a bad idea too, where even just one of these could be fine.

Helpful cards: Diviner's Wand , Blackblade Reforged , Nightmare Lash , Lashwrithe , and even Buried Alive + Filth , Brawn , and Wonder .

kamarupa on Group Mill (I Hate My Friends)

5 months ago

Multiplayer mill is almost impossible, and you have A LOT going on here, but there are a few things that can help. I think you'll find Mindcrank will do a lot of milling for you as opponents hit each other. It's a very passive permanent, so for very little mana-cost you get a lot of effect. It's also part of a 3-card infinite mill combo, which I'm sure you can find with a google search if you're interested and not already aware.

Some decks and players hate mill more than others. Having something to shut them down when they get too zealous will be helpful: Haunting Echoes . Along similar lines, Surgical Extraction and/or Extirpate can be very useful in shutting down many aggro threats.

In my humble opinion, the best mill creatures are Hedron Crab and Manic Scribe . Manic Scribe requires a bit of strategy when brewing, though - you really want to make sure you've got as many card types as possible, and even amounts. Both capitalize on the use of fetch-lands - even if it has to be a Terramorphic Expanse. They also like lands with Cycling and sac abilities. I'd say Jace's Phantasm is a solid #3, but it doesn't mill on it's own, so it's kind of 'meh.'

Speaking of lands with sac abilities, I emphatically suggest Buried Ruin and maybe even Bojuka Bog - up to 2x of each. While I'm on lands, if you can swing the bucks, Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth is pretty great. I think you can cut Padeem, Consul of Innovation just by adding 2x Buried Ruin.

I suggest you cut creatures that draw you cards in favor of group hug spells like Howling Mine , Temple Bell , and Font of Mythos . Opponents think you're helping them, but really you're just nice-milling them. If you add Jace's Erasure or Sphinx's Tutelage , they're even better, still.

Fraying Sanity is pretty good, so good call on a full set.

You might benefit from some board-wipes - Languish or Cyclonic Rift come to mind.

You should have 24 lands here in a 60 card deck like this.

Gattison on

5 months ago

Jace's Erasure

dingusdingo on Topdecking in Izzet

5 months ago

Bloodwater Entity is extremely useful here. Its on legs so you can flicker it or copy it. Other topdeck manipulation creatures Omenspeaker Sage Owl Spire Owl Sage of Epityr Augury Owl

Cards that can abuse topdeck being known Psychic Battle Chaos Warp Spark of Creativity Erratic Explosion Prophetic Flamespeaker Abbot of Keral Keep Augur of Bolas Dark-Dweller Oracle Experimental Frenzy

Cards that let you see topdeck Lantern of Insight Goblin Spy Future Sight Magus of the Future

Cathartic Adept and similar mill effects can help you move past undesirable topdeck cards. Gives control when you can see enemy topdecks Pyxis of Pandemonium Ghoulcaller's Bell Drowner Initiate Hedron Crab Jace's Erasure Drowned Secrets Codex Shredder

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If you're looking for combo potential, Memory Lapse is pretty filthy with putting your spell from hand to top of library, and it raises your storm QUITE A BIT. Hinder can do similar tricks.

Icbrgr on Budget Teferi's Puzzle Box Deck

5 months ago

I vote going the mill route with 4x Sphinx's Tutelage and 4x Jace's Erasure ... to work with 4x Teferi's Puzzle Box I think 4x Remand / Negate is a solid Counterspell to have as well as universal bounce spells like Boomerang / Into the Roil / Echoing Truth ... this way the nastiest stuff gets returned to the hand and ultimately gets milled away... cram in some cantrips like Thought Scour / Serum Visions ... maybe Howling Mine and that should be a good enough kitchen table modern legal brew....22-24 Island ? Maybe a Halimar Depths / Ghost Quarter just to be fancy?

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