Oblivion Stone

Legality

Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Masterpiece Series: Kaladesh Inventions (MPS) Mythic Rare
MTG: Commander (CMD) Rare
Mirrodin (MRD) Rare

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Oblivion Stone

Artifact

, : Put a fate counter on target permanent.

, , Sacrifice Oblivion Stone: Destroy each nonland permanent without a fate counter on it, then remove all fate counters from all permanents.

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Oblivion Stone Discussion

General_Kale on Help with my first ever ...

1 day ago

I tell every person getting into EDH the same thing. Word for word, and very rarely do people have the wisdom to listen.

First- Proxy. Proxy every card over a $1. The only cards in the deck that shouldn't be proxies FOR YOUR FIRST DECK are cards YOU ALREADY OWN. Not the general, not the $0.05 card that "is only a nickle". I have bought tons of cards because I WANTED to play them, only to find they don't fit. 60 cards isn't many! Make them count! and the way to make them count is to PLAY TEST them.

Second - One color. Yeah, no one listens to this one either. The REASON is that so many--SO MANY of those staples are lands and artifacts that by the time you "fix" your land base for 3-5 colors YOU ARE BROKE. Not only will you be able to build a fun deck in each color (relatively) cheaply, but you will learn where the real strengths and weaknesses of that color are. You're learning the game, common cards, and the people at your local game store (LGS).

Third - Kill enchantments, artifacts, and non-basics. My favorite card is Wave of Vitriol. It doesn't exile, but it gets all 3 at the same time. Cards like Scroll Rack, Mirari's Wake, Glacial Chasm and Blade of Selves are all examples of cards that won't win the game, but are the reason that a player was able to get the win. Don't be shy in putting a proxy of Karn Liberated, Ugin, the Spirit Dragon, All Is Dust, Oblivion Stone, and a Nevinyrral's Disk in EVERY deck--but most especially in your Red, Black, and Blue to hit enchantments.

So there you have it. The key to getting into EDH. Economic, a paced learning curve, and of course allows you to easily grow naturally into a color wedge you have learned to love.

rockleemyhero on hwagner

1 week ago

Hahaha I like how you tagged it as beautiful xD. It really is! I think I'd rather have the Misty Rainforest if possible, I dont think i have enough value to get up to the Mox Opal =/. I only have an Urza's Tower. I might have an Oblivion Stone around but im 90% sure I traded it awhile back...I'll double check. In the meantime, is there any filler you see in my binder for misty after the thoughtseize and urza's tower?

enpc on Need Ideas for Game-Changing Artifacts

2 weeks ago

Oblivion Stone and Nevinyrral's Disk are both definitely good at changing the board state.

xyr0s on White-Splash Merfolk

2 weeks ago

Any particular reason for only bringing 2 Aether Vials? Whether you have it or not on your opening hand is determining your whole game plan, and merfolk is a tier 1 deck when it you have it, and a tier 3 deck when you don't.

Also, you can go down to 20 lands (with 2 more vial). Maybe add in a Ghost Quarter or 2.

Squelch is a card I've had piles of fun with, in particular against tron decks (Oblivion Stone, planeswalker activations... no problem anymore), but works fine against anything with a very greedy manabase full of fetchlands too.

You can also play a single copy of Sygg, River Cutthroat. It's just for fun and giggles, but it feels sooooo great when it grabs 3 cards for you in one match.

Not sure that you can cut out the 2 Merrow Reejerey - I think it's better for merfolk than Serum Visions, since you have quite a bit of cantrips already. But maybe it is... how is it working out?

BladeMasta220 on hwagner

2 weeks ago

Okay as long as they're LP or better I'm good. All cards I send will be LP or better. So I have:

Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger

Oblivion Stone

Vedalken Orrery

Duplicant

Ashnod's Altar

Clock of Omens

Basalt Monolith

Trading Post

Myr Battlesphere

Wayfarer's Bauble

Hedron Archive

Spine of Ish Sah

Soul of New Phyrexia

Oblivion Sower

Pilgrim's Eye

Total: 56.74

For:

3x Windswept Heath

Total: 64.41

Is it cool if I add $6 cash to make it closer in trade value?

joshua611 on

1 month ago

This deck played well against Storm, G/B Infect, and Tron at a PPTQ. G/B out tempo'ed me, but to be fair, I had horrible draws and made a 50/50 decision game two that cost me the game. I drew Zero fog effects to stop the infect.

Against storm, well...I left the Rest in Peaces at home, because I doubted storm would show up. Unluckily, I got it round 1. The deck still played well, but could have probably used Mindbreak Trap and/or Eidolon of Rhetoric.

Against Tron, I had the judge walk up and look at us playing like WTF! I told him what I had built and why, he agreed, and watched me beat the tron player by stifling his triggers with Disallow and Nimble Obstructionist. They both stopped Expedition Map search abilities and Oblivion Stone from destroying all my permanents.

Qolorful on Pre-op Nightmare

1 month ago

Oh I figured I'd miss something. I tend not to check carefully enough, my bad.

Off the top of my head Nevinyrral's Disk and Oblivion Stone are also solid rattle snakes. Also the combo with Thopter Foundry and Sword of the Meek and whatever the artifact version of Ashnod's Altar is can be solid

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