Destroy all nonland permanents.
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|Core Set 2020 (M20)||Rare|
|Magic 2014 (M14)|
|Magic 2013 (M13)||Rare|
|2010 Core Set (M10)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Planar Cleansing occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%
Planar Cleansing Discussion
2 weeks ago
You can get Exotic Orchard for less than Meteor Crater and if you're playing multicolored decks against 3+ people the odds are it is going to do most of what Reflecting Pool does for much less of a monetary investment, and unless you destroy literally all your opponent's lands it'll make mana after a Planar Cleansing.
If you're already running them then I'm sorry for presuming. It just seemed to me like a better budget option.
4 weeks ago
Thanks for your comments and suggestions. Please take note that I made this deck tailored for a local FNM here in my place since I have one right now. Once I got enough wild cards, I will convert this deck to arena.
mikeb388 - My only purpose of Outlaws' Merriment is to stall the game and use the boys to swith with their big guys. Examples of those scenarios in my last friday's FNM are switching one of my human soldiers to a fully mutated Auspicious Starrix in my match against BUG mutate. Also, in my match against BG foods (which I am surprisingly lost against Rampage of the Clans), I swapped my soldier to his Feasting Troll King and eventually won against him.
FSims81 - Discontinuity was considered in the main board like what absurdheroine did on her video. Right now, I found Tale's End very useful for what I said in the guide above. In my match against BUG mutate, I countered their mutate trigger and their Illuna being a legendary creature. Once Tale's End rotates out, I will definitely use it.
ShiltonCDXX - feel free! I might make another changes since Temur Reclamation is a thing in my local FNM right now and I have a difficulty dealing with flash decks. And yes, those three helped me A LOT against grinding games. In my match again against BG Foods, he keeps using his foods until I cast Planar Cleansing then wished for Ugin, the Spirit Dragon and Chandra, Awakened Inferno. Unfortunately, Baneslayer cannot be wished so she shows up in games 2 and 3.
1 month ago
I'd also think about the "Enchantress" creatures for card advantage: Argothian Enchantress, Eidolon of Blossoms, Enchantress's Presence, Mesa Enchantress, Satyr Enchanter, Verduran Enchantress, and Setessan Champion. They can really help you set up an unbeatable engine, and then your opponents need to focus on either dealing with your creatures OR your Shrines.
2 months ago
Looking at it again, you have quite a few ways to grant your team indestructible. You could slot in a few destroy-board wipes which will be one-sided on your second main phase.
To fit them I would say you could cut Oppressive Rays, Triumph of Gerrard, and Celestial Flare. Oppressive rays and Celestial flare aren't the best removal. One-sided board wipe will give you way more advantage. Triumph is fine, it's just too temporary and you should have all/most of those keywords by the time it goes off.
3 months ago
I would cut The Circle of Loyalty since spreading across human, Angel, and knight tribal starts to get pretty thin.
Temporal Mastery is a good extra turn spell, but I think it’d be better in a deck actually trying to do a bunch of extra turns.
Planar Cleansing I’m a bit on the fence on for a board wipe since it takes 3 white to do and can be a little hard to pull off at times.
I’d maybe look on cutting the themes back a little to just 1 or 2 since it can be hard to do two tribal themes as well as having the exhalted/voltron theme.
4 months ago
Now that Phyrexian mana exists, I feel that WotC has not truly used that mechanic to its fullest potential, so I shall make some Phyrexianized versions of existing cards, and I hope that everyone likes them.
Praetor's Disdain Show
Counter target spell.
Praetor's Scorn Show
Destroy target nonland permanent.
Thus far, there has never been a card that uses multiple colors of Phyrexian mana, so I have made such a card, which is modeled after Utter End, but it only destroys a permanent, rather than exiling it, to prevent it from being strictly better than the other card. Alternatively, I could increase the cost to and keep it as an exile effect.
Praetor's Spite Show
Target player reveals their hand; you choose a nonland card from it and that player discards that card.
Praetor's Shield Show
, the next time that a source of your choice would deal damage to you this turn, prevent that damage.
This card is modeled after Righteous Aura, and I was originally planning to have the casting cost be only , but I increased it to prevent it from being too powerful. I am not worried about the activated ability being capable of being used for no mana, because a player will not pay 4 life unless the source of damage that they wish to prevent will deal at least 4 damage.
Phyrexian Replicator Show
If an effect would create one or more tokens under your control, it creates twice that many of those tokens instead.
If an effect would put one or more counters on a permanent you control, it puts twice that many of those counters on that permanent instead.
This card is obviously modeled after Doubling Season, but I increased the cost to prevent it from being strictly better than that card.
Phyrexian Purge Show
Destroy all nonland permanents.
This card is modeled after Planar Cleansing, and I am not worried about its casting cost, because I made it very mana-intensive; a player will pay 8 life to cast it only if they are very desperate.
Phyrexian Grimoire Show
: draw a card.
This card is modeled after both Greed and Book of Rass (which, as a side note, really needs to be reprinted), so its casting cost is between the costs of those two cards. Its controller can draw cards for no mana, but 4 life is a high price for a single card.
Temporal Flux Show
Target player takes an extra turn after this one.
I could not conceive of an impressive name for this card that contained the word "Phyrexian," so I used a name that had not yet been used for a card. I modeled it after Time Warp and Temporal Manipulation, but I increased its cost to prevent it from being strictly better than them.
Gitaxian Tome Show
,: draw a card.
Phrexian Blueprints Show
: draw a card.
This card references Urza's Blueprints, and its overall cost is lower, because I feel that, if that card had been printed today, it would be less expensive due to power creep.
Phrexian Amulet Show
,: you may put a creature card from your hand onto the battlefield.
This card is modeled after Quicksilver Amulet.
Those are all the designs that I have conceived at this moment, so I shall post more as I conceive them, but what does everyone think of the cards that I have designed, thus far?
4 months ago
This is an interesting concept, but I think the meta just isn't in the right place for this. Any mono-red aggro goes under you, Temur Clover/Jeskai Fires goes over you, Azorius Control hardly exists anymore, but it waits you out as well, Rakdos Sacrifice you have no meaningful interaction with...
Just the lack of non-creature interaction in this deck means it won't be able to interact with the artifacts and enchantments that are so pervasive in this meta. You've got Planar Cleansing, but with nothing to follow that up with, you're still going to lose because your opponent can just rebuild.
Most of these cards are decent cards, they just don't fit together. You need a lot of sac-chaff for Doom Foretold and Plaguecrafter to work well, you need to make your opponent draw cards for Underworld Dreams to do good work (you also need more black mana, from the simple fact it costs , and Covetous Urge basically costs ),
5 months ago
If you're trying to irritate friends, just add a whole ton more boardwipes. Nevinyrral's Disk is great, because it doesn't say that you actually have to sacrifice it, so it's a one-sided wipe every turn. Also, Planar Cleansing, and for some reason I've fallen in love with Cleansing Nova. I also think Heliod's Intervention is a good addition to any white EDH deck, but that might just be me.
Love the deck, I've wanted to build one like this in the past.