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Living End is black.
Each player removes all creature cards in his or her graveyard from the game, then sacrifices all creatures he or she controls, then puts into play all cards he or she removed this way.
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Living End Discussion
2 days ago
So I'm thinking about building a Living End deck and a vital part of the deck involves cascading into Living End. When I cascade into Living End, do I need to wait three turns before using it because it can only be cast using suspend, or do I get to use it immediatly? Thanks
6 days ago
Oh sorry for the late reply, what you described anyways sounds like a pretty awesome prerelease when you had those Cut / Ribbons for two headed giant and all.
I'm actually playing in the Amonkhet league event at my lgs, and currently I have a deck with a Glorybringer of my own, along with a Rhonas the Indomitable which were both in my starting packs. Its pretty powerful.
I however have postponed finishing my modern infect deck, and i'm now working on mono tron which is a lot cheaper to build. I still will get around to finishing infect at a later point. I had a Nissa, Steward of Elements which I was going to try in infect, but now I think I'm going to be trading it along with some cash towards a Diabolic Intent invocation. I regret parting with all my former expeditions, masterpieces etc, which included: Windswept Heath, Prairie Stream, Fetid Heath, and Sword of Feast and Famine. I think now I'm going to start holding onto these masterpeices (at least the lower end ones) to build my collection further. Many are very playable in edh which I love to play anyways.
I was getting tons of things to build mono tron in return for buying 2 Chalice of the Voids and trading a friend an Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger. I also will be receiving other goodies from him like a Sliver Queen and Sliver Legion for my Sliver Overlord edh deck.
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To buy these chalices however I sold off 3/4 of my Liliana, the Last Hopes, my Grim Flayers, Traverse the Ulvenwalds and a few other things to instead build counters around Winding Constrictor, Walking Ballista etc, and its now in fact almost done. However not in time for game day sadly, so I will have to make do with some substitute cards.
Here is my new modern deck anyways,
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. I'm not too sure if your familiar with this lesser used variant of tron, but its one that seeks to play a much more controlling game. All I need for it is my Academy Ruins + Mindslaver (which is one of the ways to win with this), a Oblivion Stone, 2 Thirst for Knowledge and 2 Condescend, all of which I'm buying from the credit from my former delirium deck. Then its finished, but if you have any feedback for it possibly then that would be appreciated. I'm going to play this for a good while before either finishing infect or building something else like affinity which I might as well considering I do have a playset of Inkmoth Nexuss' sitting around now.
I know the sideboard needs a ton of work to reflect my local meta better, which includes Living End, merfolk, tron, eldrazi tron, knightfall, among a few others.
1 week ago
2 weeks ago
The sideboard is rough. I don't know your meta, but 12 cards in the main and seven in the sideboard who's sole purpose is to remove creatures seems not needed. The sideboard is to help with your weaker matches. In this case, you are weak to combo. Restore Balance deals with midrange decks, such as jund, abzan, eldrazi death and taxes, etc. so, you don't need the five removal, Dismember and Electrolyze, and probably not the Vapor Snag. You have all that in the main. You need counter magic such as Negate and Dispel in the side, and probably discard in the main such as Thoughtseize and Inquisition of Kozilek. This will help give you the time to establish the combo you are looking to establish, considering what makes Restore Balance and Living End decks so strong is that they cascade, meaning they only need one piece of the puzzle, the cascade part. They come out of nowhere and wreck the board. Your deck needs a more control element to get to that point. Not sure about Wheel of Fate. I'm guessing it is there to enable a Tasigur, the Golden Fang entry to finish of foes, but does it help your opponents to any degree, or does it completely throw them off there game? Would also like your thoughts on Lotus Bloom. Seems like it could lead to more aggressive Tasigur, the Golden Fang plays. If I had to recommend the Wheel of Fate going, it would be for Ancestral Vision, but you have already commented on that.
2 weeks ago
Thanks Happymaster19! I've been considering Wheel of Fate for both my living end decks but the reason I haven't included it yet is that it helps opponents get creatures in the graveyard which isn't ideal with Living End. That being said I'm open to other peoples opinions and reasons why I should or shouldn't include it.
3 weeks ago
I added Horror of the Broken Lands instead of River Serpent, thanks guys! Also I just finished a first draft of the Living End/Restore Balance deck I mentioned above if you want to take a look at it: Break on Through to the Other Side.
3 weeks ago
You can cast Living End with Bring to Light, it just isn't that good because you need to interact with your opponent by at least turn 3. Living End style decks play the 3 mana cascaders because it is the same as saying Living End is a 3cmc card. Also in your deck you should play Horror of the Broken Lands
3 weeks ago
I'm not sure you can either. Living End has no converted mana cost so I don't think you can count it as .