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

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Set Rarity
Urza's Destiny (UDS) Rare

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Whenever a creature is dealt damage, Repercussion deals that much damage to that creature's controller.

Repercussion Discussion

PhotogenicParasympathetic on Your silliest wins ever?

23 hours ago

I was playing my Neheb, the Eternal deck, in a five player game - me, control player one (mana screwed), control player two (desperately trying to keep everyone from winning), simic counters player, and a tokens player who wasn't really doing much after getting board wiped. I had nine lands, a Pristine Talisman , Neheb himself, and a Repercussion in play, but this was turn like 15-20, so I was far behind. Nevertheless, the two controlling decks at the table had kept life totals pretty high - in fact I think we were all pretty close to 40, except for control player two, who'd taken most of the aggro that game, but was playing Oloro, Ageless Ascetic to gain some back, and was down to 30-ish.

The Simic player across the table goes off, putting +1/+1 counters on all his things like crazy, then goes to combat and swings everything at me. I say no blocks, then ask the total - it's 38, puts me to two. Fine. No problem. My turn rolls around, and I untap. Cast Insult for double damage. Cast Dualcaster Mage to copy it for quadruple damage. Cast Glorybringer . Swing the Dragon and Neheb at the tokens player, use the dragon's exert trigger to deal 4 damage to one of the simic player's creatures. That 4 gets doubled to 8, then again to 16. Then repercussion goes off, and shoots 16 at the simic player. Which gets doubled to 32. Which gets doubled to 64. Dead during the declare attackers step. Then the two creatures connect for another 32 damage against the tokens player, who's down to 8. I get 96 red mana from Neheb for my second main, and I use two of it to cast Price of Progress , which deals 8 damage to each player for each nonbasic land they control - killing me, tokens player, and control player 2 all at once, while handing the game to control player one, who was still stuck on like 4 basics.

DrukenReaps on Help Being Casual

2 weeks ago

A good place to start is keep to a budget. It isn't always going to work but if you don't play cards that cost more than lets say 5$ then you lose out on a lot of the more obviously powerful cards.

Tutors always make a deck stronger so take however many you would normally run and cut it in half or even eliminate them altogether.

Fast mana and a low curve are paramount to a competitive deck. so if you run more around 3.5+ CMC that should work.

I'm a combo player so I have to be careful to choose combos that are more difficult to set up. Blasphemous Act and Repercussion is a good example of a way to win that also requires more work or at least for the game to have been going for a bit.

McToters on Firesong and Sunspeaker's Burn Ward

1 month ago

Awesome deck! I see you are already running Stuffy Doll so how about Coalhauler Swine + Pariah . And you will need to make the swine indestructible to cause more than just 4 damage to your opponents (due to its toughness), in that case there’s Indestructibility . It’s janky AF but right up this deck’s alley. There is also this card called Repercussion which you may already know about, but it works wonders with Blasphemous Act and/or Star of Extinction . All you need is for your opponents to have 2+ creatures out, and with Repercussion out cast Act or Star to sling massive massive damage. It’s really neat!

Good luck! +1

myLAAN on Gisela and the Seven Dwarves

1 month ago

mythologyman22 together with Kormus Bell , it turns all lands into 1/1s that can be burned for a Repercussion kill. Or a onesided Ravages of War if you have Gisela out.

AlmightyTentacle on Breath of Fire: Chandra OBK

1 month ago

Hi, Stefouch!

Thx for upvote and all your suggestions mate!

Deck still in brewing stage, but I already tryed out Bedlam Reveler and he wasnt good enough to stay in =(

Ankh of Mishra is in tests right now :-)

Repercussion is here for now, but I dont sure its will stay, so no Blasphemous Act . I want to swap it later to Blazing Chant enchantment from Modern Horizons, its have pretty nice synergy with Tibalt first ability and overral with deck tech, and I hope MTG "Gods" give us some more good red cards. especially I cant wait to see Red Force spell >_<.

Hi, Laurentian!

Thx for your comment.

I prefer Tibalt cuz he is mean guy ;-P

About Sulfuric Vortex - our commander is already Vortex without side effects for us - Tibalt does stack with Basilisk Collar wich is our second chance to keep up through all burn effects.

Strike_Rouge on KOTH FLING (Oathbreaker wins)

1 month ago

Before I begin, I'd like to preface this with the fact that I want this to work, you have no idea.

1.) How do you intend to fish out Genju of the Spires ? It seems fairly important for the deck to run, but I worry it will get flooded out of the odds by the 56 Mountains.

2.) How do you cast things when there's little/no land on your side of the field? I think a deck like this would appreciate some kind of ramp, especially since Fling is going to get hella pricey after the first one or two castings.


What others already said:

Mana ramp:

Misc. Utility:

. . .

That's all that comes to mind off the top of my head. I'll be interested in seeing if/how this deck progresses.

Stefouch on Breath of Fire: Chandra OBK

1 month ago

I love your deck. +1


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Repercussion occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.01%

Red: 0.17%