Response / Resurgence
Response deals 5 damage to target attacking or blocking creature.
Creatures you control gain first strike and vigilance until end of turn. After this main phase there is an additional combat phase followed by an additional main phase.
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|Guilds of Ravnica (GRN)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Response / Resurgence occurrence in decks from the last year
All decks: 0.08%
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%
Response / Resurgence Discussion
2 months ago
You can do a lot better with the auras you have for Narset.
Battle Mastery is a cheap one that gives double strike to her.
Steel of the Godhead gives her a +2/+2 boost as well as making her unblockable with lifelink.
Eldrazi Conscription will just decimate people if you free cast it with Narset.
Aqueous Form gives her unblockable and lets you scry.
On Serra's Wings can give her a bunch of keyword abilities and a boost.
Corrupted Conscience you can put on Narset for infect wins or use it to steal a good creature.
Scourge of the Nobilis gives +2/+2 , lifelink , and a way to drain extra mana during combat to go for a kill.
Response / Resurgence is another extra combat spell you could use in the deck.
3 months ago
708.2. Although split cards have two castable halves, each split card is only one card. For example, a player who has drawn or discarded a split card has drawn or discarded one card, not two.
3 months ago
3 months ago
You can use double square brackets around a card's name to create a reference link: Relentless Assault, Reverberate, Repeated Reverberation. It's the easiest way to make sure everyone understands what's going on in your question.
The extra combat phases created by the copies will mostly be wasted. Relentless Assault and most other similar spells only untap the creatures at the time the spell resolves. If you make copies of it, any creatures that attack during one of the additional combats will still be tapped when the next one starts.
You can get around this by either using creatures with vigilance or using a spell that works in a slightly different way. The two examples I found are the "Resurgence" half of Response / Resurgence, which gives your creatures vigilance as part of its effect, and World at War, which specifically untaps your attackers at the beginning of the additional combat phase.
5 months ago
One more card design idea. What if you made it a split card. Like. Response / Resurgence this might help with the wording.
5 months ago
7 months ago
If you want more: Combat Celebrant , Fury of the Horde , Godo, Bandit Warlord , Hellkite Charger , Relentless Assault , Response / Resurgence , Savage Beating , Scourge of the Throne , Seize the Day , Waves of Aggression and World at War
^_^ have a nice evening
9 months ago
Solar Blaze is another board wipe, but it's more situational.
I would also replace Ugin, the Ineffable for Chandra, Fire Artisan or maybe Chandra, Acolyte of Flame . Chandra, Fire Artisan is cheaper and still gets you card advantage and damage. Chandra, Acolyte of Flame gives you damage, can put a counter on The Royal Scions or lets you reuse a spell (ex: Dance of the Manse or Deafening Clarion ). For the same mana cost you could get one of the other Mythic Chandras, but neither of them give you the card advantage.
For the sideboard it really just depends on which decks you think this one will have the most trouble with, and then you sideboard in to deal with those colors. For example, if your deck does fine against aggressive red decks, then there's no need to sideboard in against red but you should sideboard in against, for example, if your deck does bad against control or black decks.
Devout Decree is the one card I want to really point out the value, it's 2 cost to exile a creature or a planeswalker and it gets you a scry, so it's basically a better Prison Realm for Black and Red. Aether Gust has the nice effect of being able to counter, with the downside of them being able to choose to put it on top of their library (at least I believe this is how the card works).
Reckless Air Strike is a card to consider if you want artifact removal, but I don't personally think your deck needs it.