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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
Hello. So I played modern with a freind who played Electrodominance in a Living End deck. I though that combo looked really cool and powerful. I have a grixis control deck Bolas competative control and now ask this wounderful community for opinions and advice once again. Do you think the deck would be better if I'd cut 3 Remand s and 2 Cryptic Command for 2 Ancestral Vision and 3 Electrodominance ? or maybe add 2 Electrodominance and 1 Kolaghan's Command ? Or just keep 1 cryptic and add 2 vision and 2 dominace?
Thanks for your time.
1 week ago
My suggestions are:
Faerie Macabre , because the idea is discard it (that is great for Hollow One and Living End ), and then you may exile cards of an opponent's graveyard. I suggest you to add it to the main, because in the actual metagame there are many decks that use the graveyard or important graveyard-cards like IzzetPhoenix or Dredge.
I hope I help you,
1 month ago
Please use double square brackets around card names to link to them so it's easier to understand the question.
[[Electrodominance]], [[Living End]]
The CMC of Living End is 0. You can cast that using Electrodominance for any value of X, and you won't have to wait for suspend. It will go on the stack straight away. The same applies for any other spell with no actual casting cost in the top corner.
1 month ago
I see the False Cure strategy less likely without white. If you have on the battlefield Tainted Remedy, Temur Sabertooth and Skyshroud Cutter you can make your opponents lose 6 life for every 1G you pay which is cool, but thats a really long shot. Even if it's perfectly vorthos, I would drop that strat altogether because otherwise you wont reach the 70% you're aiming for.
Living Death / Living End would work amazingly with your comander because you can go sniping dangerous creatures from other graveyards and then kill the snakes and get your good stuff. Even if you don't want to go reanimator this powerful card is even better with Pharika.
To neutralize the deathtouch of the snakes you're giving away maybe you could include some creatures with indestructible or first strike or just flyers, small deathtouchers are not that good attacking.
I would drop Squandered Resources and Seed the Land (even if it creates snakes) because you're not focusing enough on the land theme, while keeping The Mending of Dominaria and World Shaper if you add more ways to mill yourself.
Even if you are running reanimator, Bereavement is a card that would always hurt you and you have to make a huge effort to hurt some of your opponents, paying mana to give them a snakes and then having to kill them so they discard a card, IMO is not worth the effort.
I also believe there are better cards engines than pygmy kavu even if you give them some black creatures.
A 1/1 deathtouch is a powerful blocker and I wouldn't give it randomly to anyone, unless someone is about to get something dangerous from a graveyard, but otherwise they are meant for your use only. I would definitely keep the constellation pack but get rid of the least useful enchantments. Also consider Extinguish All Hope (with Pharika featuring on the art).
In my Hapatra deck (Hapatra's death hosts) I capitalize on the snakes with Revenge of the Hunted , Predatory Rampage , Driven / Despair and other Overrun -like effects (The synergy of deathtouch + trample is so powerful that no creature comes with both abilities, at least for now). Also Custodi Lich because people usually preffer taking 1 damage than losing a shiny creature to a snake, so getting back the Monarch shouldn't be difficult. And the Monarch mechanic is just fun by itself.
I would also add 2 or 3 lands because the average cost is not that low and you will be spending mana on Pharika's activated ability.
2 months ago
This looks loads of fun, but you might be playing it at the wrong time. It's almost guaranteed that your opponent has graveyard hate, given decks which use; Stinkweed Imp , Bloodghast , Living End , Vengevine , Hooting Mandrills , Arclight Phoenix , Flamewake Phoenix , Bedlam Reveler , Striped Riverwinder and more all exist.
Rest in Peace and Leyline of the Void are the big hate cards, but Nihil Spellbomb , Relic of Progenitus , Tormod's Crypt or Ravenous Trap are all options people use too. Basically the graveyard is being hated on...
You might be better playing like the spirits aggro list with; Supreme Phantom Selfless Spirit and Spell Queller and switch to the Mortal Combat / Iname, Death Aspect plan from the sideboard, if you did that I'd also stick Nether Traitor in for either, free hits or removal bait. On its own Nether Traitor won't warrant the grave hate so hopefully your opponent sides it out. Hope this helps, good luck brewing your deck.
2 months ago
Thanks for your suggestions on my deck Vannifar&Kiki's devotted PØD
I think that Restore Balance can be a secundary plan for this deck, because you normally have few lands, creatures, and the discard effect help you to put some BiG-Creature on the graveyard for Living End .
2 months ago
I LOVE Kaya, being a vorthos. The card's personality is abounding and it's gonna help a lot against my friend's Meren of Clan Nel Toth deck. ... and his Feldon of the Third Path deck. Aaand his Living End deck in modern.
My friend likes using the graveyard.
Living End occurrence in decks from the last year
All decks: 0.1%