Reroute

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful 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
Ravnica: City of Guilds (RAV) Uncommon

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Reroute

Instant

Change the target of target activated ability with a single target.

Draw a card.

Reroute Discussion

Gattison on Best Way to Protect Commander ...

2 months ago

Also Glaring Spotlight , General's Kabuto and Veilstone Amulet .

And for redirecting cards there is also Shunt , as well as the more situational Reroute and Ricochet Trap .

Tyrant-Thanatos on Glorious End + Reroute?

1 year ago

No. Glorious End has a delayed triggered ability, not an activated ability. Secondly, none of Glorious End's effects target anything, thus it does not have a single target. Both of these things make it an invalid target for Reroute.

In order to stop Glorious End's delayed triggered ability from causing you to lose the game, you'd need something like the following: Stifle, Trickbind, Disallow, or Sundial of the Infinite. With all of these, you would play them during the end step of your turn, while Glorious End's delayed triggered ability is on the stack.

Neotrup on Glorious End + Reroute?

1 year ago

Neither the spell effect nor delayed triggered ability of Glorious End target, and it has no activated ability. Reroute can only target an activated ability with a single target, and cannot even be cast if there is not an activated ability with a single target on the stack. The only interaction between these two cards is that Glorious End can exile Reroute if it's on the stack when the turn ends.

Funkydiscogod on None

1 year ago

Of course, you can Squelch a planeswalker ability.

There are a few examples in modern where Reroute can work against a planesealker. Karn Liberated's plus or minus ability can be used to exile himself or cards from his owner's hand, and Liliana of the Veil's minus and ultimate can target her owner.

Xica on Stealing Storm?

1 year ago

Are there modern legal spells that allow you to copy triggered abilities?

(Since "storm" works by placing a triggered ability on the stack, that makes copies of the spell for each spell cast before it this turn. - If one is able to gain control, or create a new copy of the triggered ability, he/she will get those abilities resolved before the storm player, potentially killing the storm player, before his copies of Grapeshot could resolve.)

I only found stuff like Reverberate & Reroute, which don't do much to the triggered ability, so is there any spell that can be used to steal it?




I really want to get the same reaction, that happens when a T3 Karn Liberated gets Commandeer-ed!

On3wheels on The Best Tymaret Deck You'll Ever See

2 years ago

Good suggestion. Cards Tagged. Wild Ricochet is a bit off curve. Saving 3 for Chaos Warp is tricky enough. Would love something similar but lower CMC. I like the Reroute but my meta doesnt have many creatures. Let alone with target abilities. Would be a dead card most of the time. Thanks for the input.

landofMordor on The Best Tymaret Deck You'll Ever See

2 years ago

Ditto -- best Tymaret deck I've ever seen. It would be a lot easier to see your combos if you tagged the cards, if you've got the time/inclination, but I still enjoyed the deck! There's a bit of R "redirect" or "copy" effects like Wild Ricochet or Reroute that might hate on blue control a bit. Cheers!

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