Lost Legacy


Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Frontier Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Standard Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Kaladesh Rare

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Lost Legacy


Name a nonartifact, nonland card. Search target player's graveyard, hand, and library for any number of cards with that name and exile them. That player shuffles his or her library, then draws a card for each card exiled from hand this way.

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Lost Legacy Discussion

Variux on Eternal Solemnity

14 hours ago

So, you need more aggro here. 16 creatures is not enough especially when you're not running any removal aside from Cast Out. You should be running creatures like Plague Belcher instead of Manticore of the Gauntlet. Not everything needs to be -1/-1 counters either. I have found that going three colors with Solemnity is too rough, and have since gone to just B/W. I usually play Plague Belcher, Ammit Eternal, Dread Wanderer, Scrapheap Scrounger, and Gifted Aetherborn. You need removal spells instead of Lay Bare the Heart. Grasp of Darkness is still in standard for a month and Fatal Push is the best removal spell in standard, so you could definitely have a play set here. I do like the combination of Consuming Fervor with Solemnity, but at that point you're relying on having so many things go right. You need to have a good creature to land it on, Solemnity on board, and Consuming Fervor in hand. Kambal, Consul of Allocation is a good sideboard card but not so much mainboard. Bring him in against low creature decks. Invigorated Rampage is interesting, it's a good pump spell.

I would recommend having about ~20-24 creatures, ~24 lands, and the rest can be spells. In your sideboard you have so much to play with. Lost Legacy, Dispossess, Yahenni's Expertise, Bontu's Last Reckoning, Authority of the Consuls, Fragmentize, the list goes on. B/W have amazing sideboard cards for anything. I see you have Gideon of the Trials in your maybeboard so that could also be a good piece to add in to your main deck. I would add in two of them and test it out.

http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/17-08-17-dPL-bw-midrange/ <-- is the deck I'm currently playing with in terms of running mainboard Solemnity. Hopefully you can pull some ideas from there if it helps!

Ze_Geuse81 on Something grixis

1 day ago

saruman18 Thank you for the tips i will play around with these for sure will try and find a slot for them. If i were to put in any of them what would you remove?

So far i usualy just beat down with Torrential Gearhulk. But it is weak to Dispossess/Lost Legacy

duve86 on Rotation? Not an issue.

2 days ago

I am a fan of the deck, but you should know that Lost Legacy does not get gearhulks due to them being artifacts. You need Dispossess for that. Have you thought about splashing red for things like Unlicensed Disintegration? It would also open up options like Magma Spray or Shock for the sideboard against aggro.

sylvannos on Why not Tormod's Crypt?

2 days ago

Plus, Legacy and Vintage have Cabal Therapy, so having a mix of graveyard hate cards is relevant. It's a staple in Dredge for a reason. They will name a piece of hate so they aren't stuck trying to deal with Rest in Peace for the entire game. That's why you'll see lists with Nihil Spellbomb, Tormod's Crypt, and Relic of Progenitus all mixed in together, rather than just multiple copies of the same card.

Modern doesn't have this issue, so you can play several copies of the same hate card and not having to worry about getting BTFO'd by hand disruption. I think if graveyard decks were to play Lost Legacy more often, we'd probably see more people playing a mix of Tormod's Crypt and Relic of Progenitus.

You also want to be able to play your hate on turn 1 like rothgar13 stated.

Variux on

2 days ago

Checking in from Reddit!

So, first thing, I like the deck. U/B Control seems super underplayed and I love U/B control. You are, however, missing a few vital pieces of control that fall under these colors.

Firstly, Fatal Push is the bomb. Such a fantastic card. There are so many <2CMC creatures that can be taken out with Fatal Push. Winding Constrictor, Scrapheap Scrounger, Earthshaker Khenra, the list goes on. A play set of Fatal Push is almost mandatory in U/B control decks.

Censor is missing as well. Not only can it be a great card early game when your opponent taps out to get a creature on board, but you can cycle it late game if they keep leaving mana open. Censor also kind of makes your opponent play around it because they know you could have one in your hand. There's nothing worse than tapping out and getting Censor'd because you assumed your opponent didn't have one in hand.

Essence Scatter could be good here as well to counter creature spells. I see you have plenty of creature removal, but Essence Scatter on a high CMC creature such as Glorybringer or Verdurous Gearhulk.

In terms of stuff you don't need but COULD add in, As Foretold isn't played very often but I always like throwing it in my control decks because in grindy match ups, it allows you to cast more than an extra spell from your hand without paying the mana from it. Not necessary, but it could be fun to tinker around with.

The Scarab God could be fun to play with as well. You can exile a creature from any graveyard to create a 4/4 zombie, but that's just a suggestion that can be used for fun.

Yahenni's Expertise acts as a black version of Sweltering Suns, and you get to cast another <=4CMC card for free. Yahenni into a Glimmer of Genius would be a great combination.

Lost Legacy and Dispossess can be great sideboard cards for you. Playing against God-Pharaoh's Gift decks? No problem, Dispossess it. Oh, you have a deck that revolves around Chandra, Torch of Defiance? Lost Legacy takes care of that.

There are a slew of cheap hand disruption cards you can also mess around with such as Harsh Scrutiny, Lay Bare the Heart, and until rotation you can play Transgress the Mind.

That's all I can think of so far, hopefully this could be of some help to you! Ixalan is coming out soon and doesn't seem to have a ton of control, but there are some neat tricks you can add in there as well.

I'll copy this to Reddit as well so people can hopefully respond there as well.

frogkill45 on UBx Mill

2 weeks ago

i really recommend 2 Fragmentize in the side along with disenchant for the leyline match upsand also 2x Seek for emrakul matches Lost Legacy is good if they run more than 1 emrakul but most decks that run him only run 1. seek gains you 15 life

Oloro_Magic on Sac It

3 weeks ago

So as far as sideboard goes I think you immediately want both Fulminator Mage (expensive I know the alternative would be something like Ghost Quarter) and then Surgical Extraction (budget option is Lost Legacy). I would play 2 Gatekeeper of Malakir in the side for some extra removal which also gives you a creature and devotion.

Other cards to consider are Collective Brutality, Relic of Progenitus, Damping Matrix (solely for affinity as you cant use Stony Silence), Pithing Needle, Tormod's Crypt, and a board wipe preferably Damnation but again it is expensive.

Another interesting option is to play a couple Blood Crypt and Bloodstained Mire in the main, and then play Blood Moon in the side. This would hate on non-basic heavy decks like Shadow, Affinity, and Tron. If you did this you would also get access to red artifact removal in the side but the red sources would mainly be for Blood Moon.

Death & Taxes could be tricky as if they are experienced they will know to bring an agro package of Mirran Crusader; this is where the board wipe comes in handy as there are no great colorless removal spells.

If any of the decks you listed particularly worry you let me know and I can help you hate on that matchup in the side a bit more.


elSzczepano on Grixis Cruel Control

3 weeks ago

After first try with my beauty:

1 match
Enemy: Me 1-1Mirror -.- it's normal in that type of game first mistake or screw makes winner...

2 match2-1 :( GR Energy

First round for enemy, simple thing Bristling Hydra hit table and with all my try i did not find any respond for it.

Second one for me. After side i easly clear oponent hand and wait with counter for Bristling Hydra

Third one for enemy :( just screw... and wrong decision with start hand, on last match enemy recognize he must be faster and hits me with sideboarded Prowling Serpopardand other small stuff...

Conclusion is simple: I need more hand hate cards like Lost Legacy and Harsh Scrutiny in sideboard insted of

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