Perilous Vault

Perilous Vault

Artifact

, , Exile Perilous Vault: Exile all nonland permanents.

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Arena Cards (ARENA) Rare
Magic 2015 (M15) Mythic Rare

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Format Legality
Modern Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Pioneer Legal
Historic Legal
Vintage Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Limited Legal
Arena Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Unformat Legal

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Perilous Vault Discussion

RNR_Gaming on "Bring Me The Door To Nothingness" -Ramos

2 weeks ago

To indicate what your commander is put CMDR in "*"s on each side - it'll better enable the community give you suggestions and help you out. With this type of strategy you're going to want some recursion. Academy Ruins and Buried Ruin both offer this. Whir of Invention would fit really well in this deck; maybe also consider Oblivion Stone and Perilous Vault as outs to hyper aggressive decks. some more additional tutors like Demonic Tutor, Imperial Seal, and Vampiric Tutor will bolster your consistency but sort of break the bank too. Lastly, Smothering Tithe can help you out with that huge color requirement.

TriusMalarky on Force of negation/rage

3 months ago

Been thinking about this sort of strategy for a while. Here's what I've come up with:

First, Eternal Scourge. You'll want 12 copies of "cast from exile" creatures.

Second, Serum Powder. You effectively get Companion pre-nerf, but the creatures are slightly worse with the upside the you might start with 9, 10 or even 11 cards in hand. Might be worth mulliganing once or twice to try and get in some matchups.

Third, early game engines are key. While you probably could use Serum Visions, I really recommend that you use Relic of Progenitus and Pyxis of Pandemonium as turn one plays. Relic is good to control other people's GY, and Pyxis will effectively draw you a card every few turns.

Fourth, consider creature cost reduction effects. Marauding Raptor, is probably the best here, but any way to shave a mana or two off the cost is great. This is because your engine is likely based on having effectively immortal creatures while screwing with your opponent using GY hate and exile-based removal.

Fifth, you should be slpashing white. Your deck should be , because Rest in Peace, Path to Exile are great here. You might consider Perilous Vault as a sort of stored wrath effect. Declaration in Stone is actually solid here, as you can exile a couple of your Scourges and get Clues, effectively being a weird 2 mana Paradoxical Outcome. Of course, don't run too many mediocre removal spells. It doesn't help.

Other random tech that might be interesting:

  • Induced Amnesia, while only good when you have a lot of your creatures in hand, can act as a weird Divination.

  • Detention Sphere is fun with Pyxis. If you ever plan on cracking Pyxis for value, you should have Spheres. Of course, you probably don't want to crack Pyxis anyways because your opponent will get all the real value.

  • Some processor effects, like Processor Assault might be valuable here Especially if you have RIP out.

All in all, it's a weird gimmick that has the ability to randomly beat Dredge while generating value in the form of 'you never gonna get rid of my creatures'. If you get enough cost reduction, you can be playing all of your creatures for only , , or or in the case of Scourge. Remember the cost reduction.

Also, Simian Spirit Guide for the theme. And it also helps you power out some of your cost reductions and engine pieces, so it's good. And yes, FoNe is best here. FoRa? Meh, it's like a bad removal spell, which is okay, but not the greatest.

elkion on

10 months ago

I don't think Sage's Row Savant is worth a slot in really any deck, and especially not this one as you are not beating down and you have the opportunity to basically blank your opponent's removal without it. I think one or two Perilous Vault is a fantastic idea, really completes the deck IMO and it does have a pedigree in control decks. Radiant Fountain is also a great idea if you aren't going to lean into the Mystic Sanctuary package and the ability to cast Warden if you're playing it.

I think this is deck is really shaping up into something uniquely powerful!

If you're not into Quench, Censor or Warrant / Warden (just ignore the Warden side) might fill the 2 drop hole. Or it might even be worth slotting Golden Egg back in for the great Disappearing Act combo.

ChrisHansonBiomancin on

10 months ago

I like the control direction this is heading in, but I think you're a bit overloaded with counterspells while missing a couple key control elements.

One strength of playing control is that your opponent's removal spells become dead cards, but that means that your win condition needs to be resistant to removal since your opponent will likely be loaded with removal by the time you play it. AEtherling is practically untouchable once it resolves with a few mana up, and can quickly finish an opponent with its various abilities. Shimmer Dragon is another interesting idea if you went harder into an artifact strategy.

You'll probably want a little more board interaction as well to catch things that get by your counterspells, and ideally have something that can act as a board wipe. Perilous Vault is slow but reliable, and AEtherspouts is probably better than bounce-to-hand effects since your opponent will have to sacrifice their draws if they decide to put the creatures on top, giving you some card advantage. Void Snare might be better than Unsummon despite being a sorcery, as it can hit noncreatures as well.

Lastly, you might want a big, top-of-curve draw spell to give you a little more than just Witching Well for card advantage. Dig Through Time is probably the ideal option, but for a budget choice you could look at Precognitive Perception or Finale of Revelation . Also consider adding in 4x Radiant Fountain to your land base to get a little life gain in there (hard to find in Blue) - it would combo nicely with Disappearing Act.

Profet93 on Let the Nightmare Go On..

11 months ago

Cut Swamp to go to 38 lands, 39 is too much

Cut swamp for Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth - Upgrade and goes with coffers and non-swamps

Cut swamp for Thespian's Stage - Copy coffers or any utility land like cradle, strip mine, etc...

Murderous Rider > Hero's Downfall

Hellfire is such an expensive card that hurts you, cut for something cheaper like Dead of Winter , Mutilate or Toxic Deluge .

How are you dealing with artifacts and enchantments? One Rest in Peace and you lose unless you make them proactively discard it which isn't always possible. Some suggestions of budget and nonbudget include....

Karn Liberated , Ugin, the Spirit Dragon , Ratchet Bomb , Lux Cannon , Nevinyrral's Disk , Oblivion Stone , Boompile , Ratchet Bomb , Perilous Vault , Blast Zone etc...

Ill-Gotten Gains seems like it can backfire a large portion of the time. What is the purpose of it, to put creatures in yards or general recursion? If you're looking for recursion of black cards, Xiahou Dun, the One-Eyed can do the trick. General recursion can be down with Yawgmoth's Will . Artifact/Creature recursion can be done with Beacon of Unrest (not suggesting beacon, but just an idea to note).

Profet93 on The Toxic Deluge: Erebos, God of the Dead

11 months ago

IMO, the real reason I like Kukusho is for the lifegain. Getting 15 life allows you to get that much more card advantage. With ALL the ramp black has and all the card draw your commander provides, you should be able to win very easily. If your group knows you're going to cast repay in kind due to all your lifeloss, I wouldn't be surprised if it got countered or if they killed you prior to you being able to do so. Idk about your meta and the lvl of interaction but that's worth noting.

Thought Vessel > Charcoal Diamond - You already have enough black sources and the no max hand size is extremely useful for digging.

Reliquary Tower > Barren Moor - Utility > Looting. ESPECIALLY with necropotence, idk why it isn't in the deck already.

Again, Sol Ring , why isn't it in the deck?

You're also EXTREMELY vulnerable to artifacts and enchantments as you haven't slotted any removal for them. Some budget and non-budget options include....

Karn Liberated , Ugin, the Spirit Dragon , Ratchet Bomb , Lux Cannon , Nevinyrral's Disk , Oblivion Stone , Boompile , Ratchet Bomb , Perilous Vault , etc...

Profet93 on Pin Cushion

11 months ago

Skillville

This looks similar to the famous Yawgmoth on the Rocks deck. I actually play against the famous deck daily so I know this can be brutal if given a chance to. +1

I agree with above comment, phyrexian tribute is weak. Gate to phyrexia is ok. But I would rather add Nevinyrral's Disk , Oblivion Stone , Ugin, the Spirit Dragon , Karn Liberated , Ratchet Bomb , Perilous Vault , even Unstable Obelisk all depending on preference and budget. Reason being it hits troublesome enchantments like Rest in Peace. All you have at the moment is blast zone, meteor golem and ulamog which IMO aren't enough.

Then remove the other phyrexian card for Imp's Mischief . Counters counterspells, reidrect removal, change extra turn target. Lots of uses and rarely expected. Now people need to be careful if you have 2 black open!

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