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Artifact Creature — Horror
As Phyrexian Revoker enters the battlefield, name a nonland card.
Activated abilities of sources with the chosen name can't be activated.
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Phyrexian Revoker Discussion
18 hours ago
nice elf build! just gonna add my 2 cents here; you run only 18 lands and have 11 non creature spells. Wouldn't cutting 1 Cavern of Souls keep you from drawing a hand where your only land is a cavern?
IMO craterhoof behemoth seems to work better with Chord of Calling, which I think your deck is good without. I wouldn't cut Lead the Stampede, as lead can help you fill your hand, and is also a good way to spend the insane amounts of mana you get from running harvest season.
because you're running lead and coco, using Pithing Needle and Relic of Progenitus may not work out very well. Both of them will get sent to the bottom as they are not creatures. instead, Phyrexian Revoker and Scavenging Ooze may be better alternatives, as they are creatures. If money doesn't stop you, then Spellskite is a good way to redirect some spells.
That took longer than I thought it would, anywho, interesting deck! +1 :)
3 days ago
I'd cut the forbidden orchard for something like Tarnished Citadel. That's typically more for like an aggressive deck where you don't normally care if you're giving an opponent a token.
As for the creatures I feel like we can make this a good ol' fashioned hatebear deck, especially with Alesha as the Lieutenant. Dudes like Phyrexian Revoker, Aven Mindcensor, Leonin Arbiter, Mentor of the Meek, Gonti, Lord of Luxury, Avalanche Riders etc.
1 week ago
2 weeks ago
Just listen to TheDevicer. Pithing Needle and Cursed Totem are pretty great vs Azami as they come down early enough that Azami may have a hard time countering them (even assuming a tutor, that's still only 2-4 mana to get these out), and then they stop Azami's major gameplan until he bounces them (which isn't a permanent solution, so Azami has to spend extra mana to go off, which gives you more time to prevent it from going off). Phyrexian Revoker naming Azami isn't a bad call either.
I say go for Saffi Eriksdotter and combo all over the dude's face. The colors give you access to the above artifacts, plus Grand Abolisher, Spirit of the Labyrinth, City of Solitude, Defense Grid, and more. Saffi also doesn't care if her creatures get countered as you can pull them out of the graveyard later with little effort (Birthing Pod up to Reveillark or Karmic Guide is always fun with Saffi, plus there's also Renegade Rallier to bring back Saffi to continue abusing ETB/LTBs ad infinitum). I'm mostly saying Saffi for the colors, but it's also a fairly cheap deck to make given it's only two colors and generates crazy value with uncommons and rares alike (don't forget your Fiend Hunters, Boonweaver Giants, and Pattern of Rebirths!).
Seriously, go full-on, "Don't mess with my stuff" package and run WG Hatebears with a Saffi Combo Flourish. Seems fun to me.
2 weeks ago
@ amh62993 - This deck is horrific!
...bad puns aside, allow me to suggest a few things for your consideration.
Consuming Aberration is a card I think has a place in any Dimir build. Many think it is only relevant in mill decks, but really this beast just minds its own business. Sure, you won't win the game with this as your only mill engine. But you will definitely put your opponents at a disadvantage while you get a huge beater.
The following creatures are part of the Consuming Aberration Fan Club: Sewer Nemesis is the president; Nemesis of Reason is the treasurer; Nighthowler hypes up the group; Guiltfeeder is the jerk that makes fun of people outside the club; Geralf's Mindcrusher is the guy that only comes like twice, never to be seen again.
Phyrexian Revoker is wonderful commander hate (or any creature with an activated ability too good to let happen)
Mindleech Mass is expensive to put down, but that ability...
Void Maw can be a finisher late-game.
Greater Harvester (which honestly feels more like a Demon than a Horror)
And, of course, Phyrexian Librarian
Good luck, and happy deck-teching!
3 weeks ago
- Samut, Voice of Dissent (good gruul beats, plus I have one and want to try it out)
- Bloodghast (great engine for sacrifice decks, but maybe too good. no other deck wants it, so... i dunno. thoughts?)
- Sunblast Angel (mass removal that won't kill everything)
- Phyrexian Revoker (I think we need this kind of effect)
- Karlov of the Ghost Council (decent Orzhov beater? maybe too build-around)
- Treasury Thrull (recurs all pieces for Orzhov drain)
- Authority of the Consuls (Blind obedience #2)
- Polluted Bonds (cross-archetype card that punishes fetches big time)
- Ayli, Eternal Pilgrim (could be interesting)
- Vampire Nighthawk (good black beats)
- Hissing Miasma (could be interesting?)
- Blood Baron of Vizkopa (nice beater, on theme)
- Suture Priest (on theme)
1 month ago
1 month ago
Hi DanteAlighieri I've been playing Geist for a time and have some budget ideas. If you're going to play multiplayer forget about "counter target spell unless it's controller pays X" or "return target permanent to it owner's hand". They're useless in EDH, due the large amount of mana at disposal. I'd reccomend adding: Void Shatter, Disdainful Stroke, Arcane Denial, Desertion, and Dismiss. On the other hand if you're playing Duel Commander you should take the tempo route. I'd reccomend: Rattlechains, Mother of Runes, and lock cards as Pithing Needle, Phyrexian Revoker, Nevermore. +1