Mana Clash

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Ninth Edition (9ED) Rare
Ninth Edition Foreign Black Border (9EDFBB) Rare
Eighth Edition (8ED) Rare
Seventh Edition (7ED) Rare
Fifth Edition (5ED) Rare
Fourth Edition (4ED) Rare
4th Edition Foreign Black Border (4EDFBB) Rare
The Dark (DRK) Rare

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Mana Clash

Sorcery

You and target opponent each flip a coin. Mana Clash deals 1 damage to each player whose coin comes up tails. Repeat this process until both players' coins come up heads on the same flip.

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Mana Clash Discussion

DrkNinja on Okaun & Zndrsplt's Double Sided Coin-Flipomania

3 weeks ago

Look I think you need to commit to the coin flipping or to being competitive, I don't think you can do both here. With that in mind...

And if you really just want PURE chaos... Like possibly not winning you the game type chaos, Grip of Chaos

poorpinkus on Okaun Zndrsplt Flip a Coin!

2 months ago

Zndrsplt and Okaum are my favourite commanders to pilot, I have my own deck and it's the most fun that I've had in EDH.

A few suggestions:

Two-Headed Giant and Mana Clash don't actually trigger Zndrsplt or Okaum because those coin flips aren't technically "won".

Make sure when playing to keep an eye out for if your opponents play an orc, since Orcish Captain can target any orc, meaning that it's ironically an orc-hate card

Puppet's Verdict is incredibly fun to play, and it's a great way to either make a comeback when you're behind or as a last-ditch attempt to survive. It's essentially a 3-mana instant speed half-boardwipe, and it works even better with Krark's Thumb.

Marchesa's Smuggler can give unblockable and haste which can be quite useful.

Impulsive Maneuvers is a great way to transition from attacking into playing control, since it gives you a 50/50 chance to draw a card for each creature that attacks whatsoever. It also combos quite well with Chandra's Ignition and Fling effects when used with Okaum.

Strionic Resonator lets you flip even more coins.

Assault Suit lets you pass Okaum around, essentially letting you play group slug, meanwhile you can sit back and draw cards with Zndrsplt.

poorpinkus on Evening the Odds - An actual decent coin flip deck

2 months ago

moysturizer Yeah, thumb is awesome lol, looking at your deck, I also used a lot of the other coin flip cards that you are using, but Two-Headed Giant and Mana Clash both don't work with them. I also got rid of most cards that required you to pay some form of tax or do something to be able to flip a coin (like Sorcerer's Strongbox and the creatures that flip when they attack/block) and replaced them with more chaos-ey cards because most of the time the other cards end up being dead, so I could stay on theme while still having.

I do like the deck though! You are running some chaos-ey cards that my playgroup dislikes such as Planar Chaos, Hive Mind and Tide of War, so I'd imagine that you have a larger effect on the gamestate with the drawback of drawing more attention to yourself. It's an interesting version of the deck!

Supermensch_126 on Harry Potter and the Hunger for Flavour

6 months ago

This is wonderful! I'd recommend either Mages' Contest or Mana Clash to represent the Priori Incantantem that Harry and Volde are so fond of making. Also Intervention Pact for the shield of love that saves Harry.

Klancik on I've got my Eyes on you!

6 months ago

Effects that say "X happens if the result is tails/heads" and such like that don't count as a win or loss for a player. So spells like Mana Clash and Ral Zarek don't work well with the effects of the commanders. Other than that the deck looks great!

Kingtalk on Flipping Out and Flippin You Off

7 months ago

Crazed Firecat and Molten Sentry are just general upside for coin flipping and board presence. Elemental Mastery gives Okaun the ability to go pretty damn wide (potential win-con). Mana Clash gives you a good deal of flips usually, Fighting Chance flips a lot of coins for cheap. I'm actually brewing my deck tech for these guys as we speak, I like what you got!

Color_pie14 on Cards That People Underestimate

8 months ago

Thanks to all of you! I am currently looking at the cards you suggested, but I dont quite get how Goblin Game works. I had thought of Krark's Thumb but needed a rules clarification: if you have Krark's Thumb and Chance Encounter out, and you get two won coin flips off of Krark's Thumb, will you get one or two luck counters? My guess is one, but hey, who knows? Im also thinking about Mana Clash, and am deciding if I should put it in my deck. Again, thanks!

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