Retribution of the Meek

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Visions (VIS) Rare

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Retribution of the Meek

Sorcery

Destroy all creatures with power 4 or greater. They can't be regenerated.

Retribution of the Meek Discussion

StopShot on The Orzhov Syndicate desires an ...

6 days ago

Thran Lens allows your creatures to block Animar and possibly remove him if any have deathtouch.

Consecrate / Consume and Renounce the Guilds both have chances at removing Animar if not a big fatty either way.

If you're playing 1 vs 1 Council's Judgment can always remove Animar.

Solar Tide , Austere Command , Consume the Meek , Culling Sun , Retribution of the Meek , Ritual of Soot , and Dusk / Dawn are all board wipes you can use like spot-removal.

Deathgrip is probably your BEST counterspell.

Since Animar starts as a 1/1 cards like Engineered Plague , Night of Souls' Betrayal , Curse of Death's Hold , Ethereal Absolution , and Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite make him die instantly before he can ever get big. (If he's already out and pumped up before you can get one out just use a board wipe and he'll be stuck in the command zone until the Animar player can remove this effect.)

Nevermore and Gideon's Intervention makes it so Animar can't be cast.

Chalice of the Void on 3 makes it so Animar can't be cast.

triproberts12 on Alesha, Who Smiles at Everyone

4 weeks ago

Try power-based wipes. Dusk / Dawn , Retribution of the Meek , Fell the Mighty , Slaughter the Strong , and Solar Tide will all hurt your opponents more than you.

lithium142 on Why are you hitting yourself?

1 month ago

aw man, i do love token decks!

first place for you to make improvements; getcha self a Skullclamp! that card is op in most decks, and it's game breaking in token decks. if you get no other card, get that one. that said, it's so good, that it's worth running Stoneforge Mystic and Steelshaper's Gift to find it.

some good token generators:

Belfry Spirit

Blade Splicer

Cloudgoat Ranger

Hero of Bladehold

Battle Screech

Raise the Alarm

sadly a lot of the best ones are in green, but these are certainly improvements over a few you got in right now.

the best game enders are either in green, or the white one's are VERY expensive, so ill skip that, even though there are some very good includes you could run. the only cheap one i can think of is Mirror Entity.

boardwipes

you already have Hour of Reckoning and Martial Coup, awesome. here's some other goodies for ya.

March of Souls

Retribution of the Meek

Sunblast Angel

i run all three in my competitive token deck. Sunblast Angel is something i use in tandem with Birthing Pod. wipe their field, and then after they spend a turn on damage control, pod again into Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite for the win, but i digress.

a big advantage you have in tokens is being able to bounce back from boardwipes faster than your opponents, so having a good arsenal of them is important.

you also look a little short on spot removal. im assuming you omitted Path to Exile because of the price. some cheaper alternatives that are particularly good in commander are

Faith's Fetters

Suppression Bonds

Prison Term

Darksteel Mutation

these are brutal, because they dont kill anything, they just make it useless. I.E. it wont send commanders back to the command zone. it does have it's own weakness (obviously they can destroy your enchantment), but honestly it's better for you to have them destroy your Faith's Fetters to get their commander back, than to have them use that same removal spell on your Divine Visitation. do be careful with Darksteel Mutation though; some decks have ways of buffing creatures, and then you have to face down a big dude with indestructible.

hope this helps you out! unfortunately it will never be as good as it could be in a G/W shell. the problem is white has all the powerhouse cards, while green has all the ways to search for them, and you're missing out on things like Aura Shards that are just flat out OP. in any case, mono white gives you a problem to be solved with ingenuity. a friend of mine has a mono white deck like this that uses reanimation cards like Resurrection and a load of board wipes. dont be afraid to make things interesting =P

anyway again, i hope this is some help to you! =D

lithium142 on Why are you hitting yourself?

1 month ago

aw man, i do love token decks!

first place for you to make improvements; getcha self a Skullclamp! that card is op in most decks, and it's game breaking in token decks. if you get no other card, get that one. that said, it's so good, that it's worth running Stoneforge Mystic and Steelshaper's Gift to find it.

some good token generators:

Belfry Spirit

Blade Splicer

Cloudgoat Ranger

Hero of Bladehold

Battle Screech

Raise the Alarm

sadly a lot of the best ones are in green, but these are certainly improvements over a few you got in right now.

the best game enders are either in green, or the white one's are VERY expensive, so ill skip that, even though there are some very good includes you could run. the only cheap one i can think of is Mirror Entity.

boardwipes

you already have Hour of Reckoning and Martial Coup, awesome. here's some other goodies for ya.

March of Souls

Retribution of the Meek

Sunblast Angel

i run all three in my competitive token deck. Sunblast Angel is something i use in tandem with Birthing Pod. wipe their field, and then after they spend a turn on damage control, pod again into Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite for the win, but i digress.

a big advantage you have in tokens is being able to bounce back from boardwipes faster than your opponents, so having a good arsenal of them is important.

you also look a little short on spot removal. im assuming you omitted Path to Exile because of the price. some cheaper alternatives that are particularly good in commander are

Faith's Fetters

Suppression Bonds

Prison Term

Darksteel Mutation

these are brutal, because they dont kill anything, they just make it useless. I.E. it wont send commanders back to the command zone. it does have it's own weakness (obviously they can destroy your enchantment), but honestly it's better for you to have them destroy your Faith's Fetters to get their commander back, than to have them use that same removal spell on your Divine Visitation. do be careful with Darksteel Mutation though; some decks have ways of buffing creatures, and then you have to face down a big dude with indestructible.

hope this helps you out! unfortunately it will never be as good as it could be in a G/W shell. the problem is white has all the powerhouse cards, while green has all the ways to search for them, and you're missing out on things like Aura Shards that are just flat out OP. in any case, mono white gives you a problem to be solved with ingenuity. a friend of mine has a mono white deck like this that uses reanimation cards like Resurrection and a load of board wipes. dont be afraid to make things interesting =P

anyway again, i hope this is some help to you! =D

Osbert on Arcades Walls: Kumquats' Difinitive Edition

1 month ago

Retribution of the Meek and Meekstone are one sided in a deck like this so could be worth a look.

Darkshadow327 on Arcades, noob strategist

1 month ago

Nice to see a new player to EDH, if you ever have any questions just ask.


I have a few preliminary suggestions for you.

Taking advantage of the 0 power of your walls is a must here (so avoiding things that give your walls +1/+1 is advisable. Rather, go for effects like Stalwart Shield-Bearers instead).

Giving your walls vigilance (and other things) is a powerful thing to do from my experience.

I have a lot more to suggest, but I'll hold them unless you have specific ideas you are looking for. I also have my own Arcades deck that I have built that I would highly recommend looking at.


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I hope that this is of some help! Again, if you ever have questions just go ahead and ask me on my profile; I will do my best to help you.

bitterblossom125 on Edgar Markov EDH

1 month ago

To make room for the targeted discard, I am cutting Citywide Bust and Retribution of the Meek. I like the cards and usually get value off of them, but theoretically they could whiff and not kill anything that matters. Unless somebody plays a big threat like Jin-Gitaxias, Core Augur, they are probably not worth a card. I am not worried so much about a few large creatures. It is the decks that go wide that cause a problem because those decks can block me effectively. Plus, it seems like I rarely need to sweep the field, I guess because I'm either so fast I'm not worried about what everyone else is doing, or because someone already wiped the board to keep me from winning (which is why I need the discard so much). For now I'll just rely on tutoring for Austere Command in emergencies.

BahGringo on Army of the Minis

2 months ago

Some card Suggestions for you

hope this helps you out I have a similar deck that I went a different direction with if you're interested it's here https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/this-is-the-turn-that-never-ends-1/. Enjoy your Games

P.S. I saw this deck off commander replay.

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