Renegade's Getaway


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Custom Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Aether Revolt (AER) Common

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Renegade's Getaway


Target permanent gains indestructible until end of turn. Create a 1/1 colorless Servo artifact creature token. (Effects that say "destroy" don't destroy a permanent with indestructible, and if it's a creature, it can't be destroyed by damage.)

Renegade's Getaway Discussion

xhuggels on Could Black Have "Flickering" Effects?

10 months ago

strictly speaking no, however wizards have been printing weird stuff lately. Look at indestructible combat tricks for instance. for a long time Fated Return was the only card in black that did that, and because of that it was incredibly expensive, but look at the nature of the card, graveyard shenanigans and all, it is very black in the nature of how the card works. in kaladesh they printed 2 more, Rush of Vitality and Renegade's Getaway, the latter of the two actually feeling like it should be a white card. In amonket they printed another one, Without Weakness. Exile mechanics in general when it came to black were also targeted towards the graveyard, so something like Vraska's Contempt and all the similar cards that were printed during that time was also a very rare occurrence up till recently.

Im not saying what you OP asked would never ever happen, as i feel like the longer the game goes on the more initial color rules they have to break in order to print new cards. I am saying that it shouldnt ever happen, and if a cheap flicker effect gets printed in black, it would be because WOTC are getting sloppy/lazy with their card design.

Kogarashi on If I played card:Mycosynth Lattice ...

11 months ago

Yes, you could give a planeswalker indestructible once it's a creature. There are also three cards that can give a planeswalker indestructible when it's not a creature (Aegis Angel, Boros Charm, and Renegade's Getaway), just for reference.

However this won't necessarily protect it. While it won't die due to taking lethal damage due to having indestructible as a creature, as long as "Planeswalker" is still one of its types, taking damage will also cause it to lose loyalty counters, and if it reaches zero loyalty, it will be put into the graveyard as a state-based action, even if it's indestructible, same as if a creature with indestructible is given -X/-X such that it's toughness becomes zero. You would need damage prevention to save your planeswalker.

ldsjm4 on Adaptive Alignment

1 year ago

Hey! daNoodalz thank you very much for looking this over. My main reason for not having a whole lot of protection for the alignment piece is that it comes with hexproof. I never really see any modern decks run mass enchantment removal, the only ones that come to mind are Oblivion Stone (which if that goes off I'm probably already dead) and maybe Austere Command. A lot of the removal I see mainboard are usually to deal with creatures, even things that spread into non-land permanents (abrupt decay and maelstrom pulse), require targets, which the alignment is protected from. Even sideboard people usually run mass anti-artifact rather than mass anti-enchantment. People do run wear/tear and such, but those need targets. Not to mention that the alignment gets sided out game 2 so those people that do run the mass anti-enchantments will just be having dead draws. I actually do like the Renegade's Getaway but I don't feel has the most synergy with the deck since most of my creatures I'm okay with dying and if someone is going to waste an anti-enchantment on my vessel then so be it.

Thank you once again for looking at this but I don't feel it needs to much protection since mass anti-enchantments aren't common in modern, if they do become common then the getaway and Heroic Intervention will definitely be looked at.

KINGofORESKOS on Adaptive Alignment

1 year ago

Really awesome deck! I can see how much time you put into his! Only one suggestion. Since the one on the battlefield is the most vulnerable, maybe add something like Renegade's Getaway or That Which Was Taken to save it if necessary. Since you only have 4, taking away 1 ruins everything.

Steve_MTG on Polyraptor/Forerunner Combo?

1 year ago

First to say, I really like the idea of getting infinite Dinos and finishing your opponent with them.

But, like already stated, infinite is not possible without giving your Forerunner of the Empire indestructible, because it will kill itself once the third Dinosaur entered the battlefield.

Cards that make at least one creature indestructible (in Standard):

Also, I'm missing the option to finish off your opponent the turn you'd go infinite.

Possible Options:

  • anything that gives your bunch of Polyraptor haste.

  • Bellowing Aegisaur: Prevents your first polyraptor from dying, so it can attack; but need a second Aegisaur to survive more than four damage.

  • Snapping Sailback: Gets bigger on himself while taking damage; would need to be on the board the turn you go infinite.

  • Sun-Crowned Hunters: Combine it with the two Aegisaurs and you have the MG that kills off your opponent.

Like I see this, you either have to splash white (for the bellowing ones) or find something that gives all your creatures indestructible.

drohack on Count from 5

1 year ago

Going by the "7 by 9" rule is a bit hard for this deck as most of it relies on the numbers of the cards. But here's a breakdown as close as I could get for it. There's only really 5 categories of effects. While the other 3 just break down the number of countdown numbers of random cards.

5 Countdown numbers (13)

4 Countdown numbers (13)

1-3 Countdown numbers (6)

Recusion (6)

Protection (8)

Destruction (6)

Card draw (8)

Mana rocks (6)

hullos on Servo Slavery

1 year ago

I have thought about Marionette Master a good amount. if it where to be in the deck it would be in place of the gearhulk, and that's fine but I don't know which is better. I am thinking master might be a little better but then its not as accessible without the synergies with Inventors' Fair to find him so i'm not sure yet. about Renegade's Getaway I already have Syndicate Trafficker for indestructible and is too price for just one servo. while it would be good to help the Herald of Anguish survive I cant cast it the same turn so he will most likely still be hit with removal.

br_dude on Jeskai Bellowing/Ballista Combo

1 year ago

You could try to make the Bellowing Aegisaur indestructible with Renegade's Getaway, for example, and make any other creature have infinite +1/+1 counters, by making Walking Ballista deal infinite damage to Bellowing Aegisaur. If you give infinite +1/+1 to another Walking Ballista, for example, you could just cause infinite damage to your opponent. The challenge would be to survive long enough to make this happen Good luck!

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