Possibility Storm

Legality

Format Legality
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Dragon's Maze (DGM) Rare

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Possibility Storm

Enchantment

Whenever a player casts a spell from his or her hand, that player exiles it, then exiles cards from the top of his or her library until he or she exiles a card that shares a card type with it. That player may cast that card without paying its mana cost. Then he or she puts all cards exiled with Possibility Storm on the bottom of his or her library in a random order.

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Possibility Storm Discussion

Cloudius on Bolt the Bird

1 day ago

+1 to Izzet, Spellslinger deck and Bonus Round!

Bonus Round is one of my favourite card in BBD so am glad it's seeing play in your deck!

Always loved Possibility Storm too, or rather the look on combo players' face when this one card screwed up their master plans.

I currently have multiple spellslinger decks, here're the 2 I've been playing/tweaking lately.


Ramos Spellslinger

Commander / EDH Cloudius

99 VIEWS



The Mysterious Mizter X

Commander / EDH Cloudius

62 VIEWS


Here's a few more copy spells for your consideration:

Fork

Reiterate

Geistblast

Refuse

Guerrilla on Snow Lady

2 weeks ago

This looks like a very fun deck to play and to play against. Bravo :) I love the add of Possibility Storm in here.

SynergyBuild on Norin the Wary

4 weeks ago

Magus of the Moon... Blood Moon... Imperial Recruiter... Gamble...

My 4 color (no red) Hermit Druid litterally dies if any Blood Moon effect is dropped.

You make me sad.

Onto more pressing matters, Ruination? ugh... I am glad I don't know you IRL, this deck would be brutal to go against.


Some suggestions would be Possibility Storm, Stolen Identity, Vance's Blasting Cannons  Flip, and Outpost Siege. The first one is just good fun and chaos and OMYGOD Magus of the Moon got out from an Iron Myr... The other three are card advantage, with the first of them being chaos and card advantage.

Up to you on all of this, but I'll toss you a +1 for the deck and I certainly hope we never play together for my sake!

Pal00ka on Cake Eating Contest

1 month ago

And I am glad you came back FormerBalloon! Mind's Dilation was on my radar but it got cut when I pruned high CMC spells that were too situational.

Possibility Storm is a great counter-example to MD. PS itself lets me get a second cast to trigger Jori. MD has a chance to let me cast 0-1 spells and I still need to have an instant (not that hard I admit) to trigger Jori. Bang for my buck (and messing with my opponents strategies too) PS > MD.

I will definitely see if I can trade/borrow one to test it out. It is a fun card and I would not mind being pleasantly wrong to see it rock.

Thanks again for the suggestion!

Mishraharad on BloodPod, EDDP Version

1 month ago

Ruric Thar Stax is a legit deck that people play!

Load your deck with things like Mana Dorks, Stoneshaker Shaman Possibility Storm Stranglehold etc and go ham!

Neotrup on How does Storm Count work?

1 month ago

The real question is how many cards are already exiled by Eye of the Storm. If none, then your storm count will be at most 5. Assuming you control both Eye of the Storm and Possibility Storm you can exile Fit of Rage to Eye of the Storm and re-cast it out of there (2). Then you'll cast a random instant from Possibility Storm despite not exiling a card to it, because it doesn't require a card to be exiled once it's triggered (3). That instant will then trigger Eye of the Storm, which will exile it and allow you to both recast it and Fit of Rage (4 & 5). If there are already cards exiled by Eye of the Storm your storm count can be much higher, as you can cast each of those cards twice.

Your storm count can also be as low as 1, if you decline to cast any cards from Eye of the Storm or Possibility Storm, as neither require you to do so.

Kogarashi on How does Storm Count work?

1 month ago

It depends on whether spells are cast or not.

Fit of Rage is cast, so Storm count would go up by 1.

Possibility Storm exiles the Fit of Rage and replaces it with another sorcery from your library, and casts it. Storm count would go up by 1.

Eye of the Storm turns this into a headache. Here's a link for how it interacts with Possibility Storm: https://tappedout.net/mtg-questions/eye-of-the-storm-possibility-storm-an-instant-or-sorcery/

Regardless, each copy that Eye of the Storm creates is cast, so each copy would increase the Storm count by 1. The copies won't trigger Possibility Storm because they're not from hand, but if you stack your triggers the other way, Possibility Storm will trigger Eye of the Storm twice, for even more Storm count increases.

Zada, Hedron Grinder, on the other hand, doesn't actually cast any copies. It just creates them directly on the stack, so it doesn't affect the Storm count at all.

It's tricky to tell what your Storm count would be at, but probably not as high as you think. It's at least 3, just from the spells you've listed.

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