Rain of Tears

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Tenth Edition (10E) Uncommon
Mercadian Masques (MMQ) Uncommon
Tempest (TMP) Uncommon
Portal (POR) Uncommon

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Rain of Tears

Sorcery

Destroy target land.

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Rain of Tears Discussion

Grubbernaut on Esper Geist

1 month ago

Spreading Seas seems strictly better than Rain of Tears against Tron and most other decks; one less CMC, only one colored mana requirement, and cantrips.

Sweet brew, cheers!

TheDuggernaught on Rakdos Ponza

1 month ago

I woudl strongly suggest some Simian Spirit Guides. Having played Ponza a decent amount, I can tell you that few things are more devastating for an opponent than a turn 2 Stone Rain, Rain of Tears, Fulminator Mage or Blood Moon, and Simian Spirit Guide is probably the only way you do it in these colors. That and Desperate Ritual, and Wild Cantor. Crack the Earth can also be super good with Simian Spirit Guide. Chandra, Torch of Defiance has also been a staple for me, and I never feel bad drawing one as she can help draw into a win con, or slowly ping your opponent to death. She also helps ramp into an Inferno Titan, which while it is the best card in that deck, I can see why you omitted it. Goblin Dark-Dwellers have also been an all-star for me, and I can see Pack Rat being solid here. The new Angrath in RIX might also be a worthy include. While Rakdos might not be as explosive as Gruul, I can definitely see the merits of it in more of a midrange shell!

Hyperalgialysis on Korlash's Revenge

1 month ago

Your deck has a vampire them going, and I imagine it works well. If you want to improve it my first suggestion would be to replace non vampire 2 drops with Gifted Aetherborn. My next suggestion would be to get a vampire lord like Captivating Vampire or Bloodline Keeper  Flip in place of more non vampire creatures. Lastly, Shriekmaw can be replaced with Murder and get many more targets. Rain of Tears is powerful, but if your focus isn't destroying lands you could make better use of Sign in Blood to either finish off your opponent or refill your hand. Duress and Distress can be uprgaded to Thoughtseize or Inquisition of Kozilek. In the same vein you could uprgade Bloodbond Vampire with Asylum Visitor or Vampire Nocturnus one last good card is Feast of Blood.

Hyperalgialysis on Sorin and Gideon are BFFS!

1 month ago

Gideon of the Trials is a pretty cheap walker and might have some value. Good sideboard cards are Kor Firewalker against burn and Knight of Infamy for the orzhov mirror. Rain of Tears Pooling Venom and Contaminated Ground would be very funny with Small Pox provided you force them to sac lands first. Since budget doesnt seem to be much of an issue Vindicate can really cause headaches for your opponent since it never really becomes a dead card. One last card I am a big fan of in here would have to be Dictate of Erebos for decks that could match your creature production.

Rythven-Fang on B-R Land destruction

1 month ago

Sinkhole, Blight, and Rain of Tears are all cheap land destruction in black. All could be played quick with Dark Ritual

Impending Disaster, Raze, and Uncontrolled Infestation are great red options, though they all have a drawback.

Wasteland, Ghost Quarter, and Tectonic Edge are all lands that destroy land

Splash green and add Terravore or stay red and go with Detritivore at a higher cost, but also giving you the option to suspend and destroy land.

firemind12 on Not your average land destruction

5 months ago

GeminiSpartanX - Yeah that's definitely a good call. I think my initial thought was to include Rain of Tears for even more LD, but then I ran out of slots for Molten Rain after I added threats, but rain makes a lot more sense here. Thanks for the link, too! The detailed match results are extremely helpful. Yours is very similar to other builds I've seen which is what inspired this version. I can definitely see the inclusion of Blood Moon to give you time to draw threats, LD, and answers. There's a reason your list has done so well haha. I may end up re-configuring this list to be more in line with yours.

YamishiTheWickedOne - Yeah, see above about Blood Moon. I can see why most decks include it. I might see if I can find other ways to stall out the game (maybe re-adding black for discard but that seems worse than just adding blood moon).

Thanks for all of the help!

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