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Whenever you draw a card, each opponent puts the top two cards of their library into their graveyard.
Psychic Corrosion Discussion
4 days ago
Now for some effects that trigger when you draw cards, to abuse Zedruu's draw trigger.
Diviner's Wand could help you get more damage through, a surprise flying blocker, and gives you a mana sink.
Hoofprints of the Stag is a Luminarch Ascension that doesn't draw as much aggro.
Jace's Projection could get swull, but would be most useful if you have some more Jaces to use it with.
Speaking of planeswalkers, Teferi, Hero of Dominaria 's ult will allow you to seal the game with Zedruu on the board.
Nezahal, Primal Tide is good for all sorts of reasons. Big attacker/blocker, give you no max hand size, and extra draw power to boot.
Niv-Mizzet, Parun is another choice to increase draw power and spread damage around the board.
Psychic Corrosion is the balls-deep version of Jace's Erasure. It hits everyone, which can be a bad thing with mill in Commander.
The Locust God could go in the deck too. Not for the crazy infinite combos, but just to poop out flying bodies.
Well of Lost Dreams can be used in tandem with Zedruu for even more draw power.
1 week ago
1 week ago
Psychic Corrosion triggers when you draw a card, not when a creature enters the battlefield. Riverwise Augur entering the battlefield doesn't trigger Psychic Corrosion , its ETB resolving does. This is important because if someone were to Stifle the Augur's ETB, Corrosion will never trigger.
Riverwise Augur does have an ETB ability and is a Wizard. Naban, Dean of Iteration sees a Wizard entering the battlefield that causes an ETB ability of a permanent you control (the Augur) to trigger, and thus causes that ability to trigger a second time.
Each Riverwise Augur trigger causes you to draw three cards, triggering Psychic Corrosion three times, milling six cards off of your opponent's library (putting two cards back doesn't matter in this case). Because Naban doubled the Augur trigger, you'll draw another three cards and mill another six off your opponent, for a total of 12 cards milled.
1 week ago
1 week ago
I cast Riverwise Augur , and it enters the battle field. Causing me to draw 3 cards.
Naban texts states: "If a Wizard entering the battlefield under your control causes a triggered ability of a permanent you control to trigger, that ability triggers an additional time."
Therefore, I draw 3 cards on the first trigger. Then put 2 back. Making them mill 6. Then I draw 3 cards from Naban's trigger. Then put 2 back.
That's all fairly straight forward. However, when Riverwise enters to battle field, it causes Psychic Corrosion to trigger. So a wizard entering the battle field causes a permanent to trigger. So Naban would trigger Psychic Corrosion again?
Am I right in thinking that Psychic Corrosion triggers twice because of Riverwise, whilst Naban in on the field?
2 weeks ago
Anyways, your deck concept, while interesting, seems a bit too slow and lucklaster to me, and has many interesting differences compared to mine. If you bother to take a look:
Commander / EDH
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3 weeks ago
This is interesting. Note that for Jace, Wielder of Mysteries win condition to function you have to Draw a card not mill one, if you mill out you still lose. If you want to go black Connive / Concoct would be a good fit and Thought Erasure could help you out earlier game (Surveil would also be great for this deck). Discovery / Dispersal would also be a pretty good fit since you can potentially get 3 cards out from your library and since you draw the last one you don't need to worry about milling yourself out. Psychic Corrosion is probably a better mill card than Drowned Secrets . This deck doesn't have much against quick aggro, so I would suggest going up to 4 root snares. Wall of Lost Thoughts could be helpful too.
3 weeks ago
lbsmooth0850 I agree with the Drowned Secrets and Psychic Corrosion but I really want to stick with Blue/Black because it will cost less money because I already have most of the cards. I do like the looks of Saheeli, Sublime Artificer and might make a new deck with her in it.
Psychic Corrosion occurrence in decks from the last year
All decks: 0.11%
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.02%