Repeal

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Printings View all

Set Rarity
Iconic Masters (IMA) Common
Commander 2015 (C15) Common
Modern Masters 2015 Edition (MM2) Common
Duel Decks: Speed vs. Cunning (DDN) Common
Guildpact (GPT) Common

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Repeal

Instant

Return target nonland permanent with converted mana cost X to its owner's hand.

Draw a card.

Repeal Discussion

Temporal_Inept on Paradox Engine Triggers

3 months ago

Playing an online game, I had Paradox Engine and Mana Crypt on the field. I tapped the Crypt for 2, cast Repeal , (untapping Crypt and retapping it for another 2) targeting the Crypt, returned the crypt to hand, drew a card, cast the Crypt and tapped for another 2, giving me 6 total mana in the pool. My opponent said, I couldn't retap the Crypt to give me the second set of 2. I didn't need the extra mana so I didn't really care either way but in the future, this is legal correct? Due to the PEngine's trigger?

Kjartan on Cheerios Storm

3 months ago

Not a fan of double Grapeshot, would much rather have one of them ne a Noxious Revival.

I don't like Simian Spirit Guide either, since it basically doesn't do anything other than enable some very unreliable RNG kills on turn 1, but I understand, if you wanna be able to do that.

I really like Repeal. It's a 0 mana drawspell with Mox Opal, or a 1 mana draw two with any old equipment while going off, it can protect your creatures if it looks to be a grandy match, bounce Chalice of the Void, and every now and again, even take care of Stony Silence on your opponents end step.

SynergyBuild on Lets make Rashinal decisions

3 months ago

Yes, I apologize, I think you misunderstand. I said I was upset over your previous comment on the Tier list, not that I was upset at you. Semantics.

You don't run Mental Misstep, a cEDH staple, Blink of an Eye, a second Into the Roil, Snapcaster Mage, a classic that though Mission Briefing beats, I think would be better with both, Arbor Elf, Priest of Titania, and Boreal Druid for more mana, with Bloom Tender & Devoted Druid as other possible additions.

Gitaxian Probe, a free cast on your turn, Rapid Hybridization, a second Pongify, Repeal (I am a personal fan of this, bouncing Mox Diamonds and Chrome Moxs to make them use another card and I replace mine is really nice, while triggering Rashmi.), High Tide to make more mana, Enter the Infinite, the best wincon in this list, Sapphire Medallion, a huge boon to this deck, giving you tons of mana, and Unsubstantiate as another counterspell that has a lot of versatility.

I'd also drop Spell Snare

goblinguiderevealpls on Razin' minds, takin' names (competitive nekusar)

3 months ago

_Arra_,

what Soren841 said is correct. grixis as a color combination is severely lacking in enchantment removal as selesnya colors are where that is a mechanic. the best and perhaps only answers to enchantments are Counterspell s and bounce spells.

Chain of Vapor is a card that ive been trying to squeeze into mainboard for some time and i would recommend it for sure

Cyclonic Rift is a must have in this deck, it hard Answers almost everything and works stupdily well with wheels,

other answers you could run not seen here are Annul , Negate , Countersquall , Boomerang , Repeal , Void Snare , Disperse , Blink of an Eye , Cryptic Command , Into the Roil , Crosis's Charm , and Grixis Charm

Duke.Fleed on Jeskai Tempo

4 months ago

with 13 creatures, do you feel that delver is worth it? If you are committed to the burn plan game 1, wouldn't Goblin Guide just be better? or even just more removal like some Vapor Snags or Repeal?

Pheardemons on Argent Horrors

4 months ago

Do not worry about not turning Keranos, God of Storms. That actually makes him vulnerable to Path to Exile or Condemn if he's attacking. Don't get me wrong, if you can cool, but don't make it a point. I'd actually say one Keranos, God of Storms, one Chandra, Torch of Defiance, and one Ral, Izzet Viceroy as the actual win conditions. Every other card is a way to stall the game or protect them. You could also look into Jaya Ballard so that if you play against someone else that is able to stall the game (most likely another control player) you could try to hit Jaya Ballard's ultimate to win the game through, essentially, flashing back burn spells. Wandering Fumarole could be another potential win condition. Blood Moon turns it off unfortunately, but an option nonetheless.

Against decks that are aggressive, they just tend to be the bane of control decks because they are too quick and get underneath the control decks before they can stabilize. I'd actually say that, instead of creatures, your sideboard should be more tuned to the meta. Creatures is a cool thing, but is cute. Spellskite is good because it can be used to protect your planeswalkers from targeted removal. Other than that, I'd say to take out the Electrostatic Fields and Phyrexian Metamorph (why is it in there?) to put in more universal cards to fight against other decks. I'd also switch out the Unsubstantiates for something more universal like more Echoing Truths or Repeal. If you do decide to go this kind of control route, Leyline of Sanctity is going to cause you problems, so you'll want to ensure that you can bounce it then counter it.

xen on

4 months ago

great build! it looks great, i do feel its a bit overblown and that you could have the same consistency, and i feel some of your "response" cards are not really needed. mana drain for example could be replaced with a Misdirection as it works as great counter-counter magic.

also your mana base, cards like Saprazzan Skerry,Sandstone Needle,Svyelunite Temple, and Dwarven Ruins are great accelerators in addition to your standard sol lands.

the affinity artifact creatures also are good fuel. those, jhoira orMetalwork Colossus along side Energy Tap can give lots of mana for one blue. Repeal is good removal and can be one blue to draw two.

some of the $$ costly cards you have in this list are truly great, such as the wheel effects. but i do feel some of the cards are not doing their best work per slot they take up.

im working on a tight budget and so dont have access to the mana rocks or other more costly cards but do check out my list, im always down to see how and why other jhoira pilots use the list they do.

my list: https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/05-07-18-jhoira-edh/

i have yet to use it, and it probs works better in a more kamikaze Cheerios build like mine but check out Drafna's Restoration

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Repeal occurrence in decks from the last year

Modern:

All decks: 0.07%

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.0%