Revoke Existence

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Theros: Beyond Death (THB) Common
Born of the Gods (BNG) Common
Duel Decks: Venser vs. Koth (DDI) Common
Scars of Mirrodin (SOM) Common

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Revoke Existence

Sorcery

Exile target artifact or enchantment.

Revoke Existence Discussion

Gprinziv on In-work Voltron

3 weeks ago

Return to Dust
Revoke Existence
Forsake the Worldly
^ The above 3 are all pretty much better than disenchant because they exile. Choose one or maybe all 3.

For removal, there are a lot of good Oblivion Ring style effects. You might want Gideon's Intervention to stop problematic commanders and the like as well.

Inventors' Fair is anothe good land you could use. Also grab an Ancient Den and Darksteel Citadel as well to maximize artifact synergies. Refurbish , Emeria, The Sky Ruin , and Open the Vaults can also let you get things out of your graveyard.

Don't forget key tutors like Enlightened Tutor and Open the Armory

Reya is probably too expensive. Sun Titan is better.
Cut Heavenly Blademaster, you don't have enough creatures to take advantage of her.
Kemba, Kha Regent would be a more appropriate one because she generates tokens as blockers and swarmers if neede.
I'm not huge on Nahiri, the Lithomancer . 5 mana to not really get a lot done but make a 1/1 and equip it once. Similarly, Ajani Goldmane doesn't seem to do a lot in your deck. I think walkers like Ugin, the Ineffable and Elspeth, Sun's Champion might just straight up be better fits. You want to capitalize on that artifact synergy.
If you absolutely need something expensive and threatening, Zetalpa, Primal Dawn or Heliod, God of the Sun are good options with baked-in indestructible.

as for artifacts and equipment, I don't think you're gonna get a lot out of Voltaic Servant or Voltaic Key . It might be better to put in other cards here. Etched Champion comes to mind.

Land Tax and Smothering Tithe may also be very big includes. The second generates artifacts for anything that needs them as well as makes lots of mana or slows your opponents down considerably. Both are good for you.

Finally, you have some fun infinite mana generation in there but... what does it do? You've got no real payoff for abusing Basalt Monolith. There's no way to chain or bounce things, no aetherflux resrvoir, etc. Maybe instead of Doubling Cube , you run more linear ramp like Sword of the Animist , Explorer's Scope , or Land Tax

High_Priest_of_Avacyn on Odric's Army of the Round Table

3 weeks ago

peter20percent your brother is right, some targeted removal isn't the worst idea. Some of my favorites in mono-white are Path to Exile , Swords to Plowshares , Generous Gift , and Revoke Existence . Brave the Elements is also a fun little combat trick you could utilize. As far as cutting cards, I'd take out Coat of Arms , Knight Exemplar , Patron of the Valiant , Strongarm Monk , and possibly Touch of the Eternal . You don't have a centralized creature type enough to make Coat effective, plus is can be detrimental against other tribal decks. Same concept with the Exemplar, you're just not using enough Knights to make her worthwhile. Patron and Strongarm are just not the most effective to the strategy you're building. And Touch is a really risky card. When it works it's awesome, but I see it backfire more often than not. I'd also consider swapping out Mass Calcify for Day of Judgment or Cleansing Nova . Mass calcify is great, but it's a really high drop and you might be going up against decks that contain white creatures, nullifying your advantage. DoJ is cheaper and is great for if you're getting overwhelmed and need to clear the board, and Nova is great utility. Lastly, I'd consider swapping Angel of Invention for Akroma, Angel of Wrath , since you seem to be going for cards with word jumbles. Hopefully this helps!

High_Priest_of_Avacyn

kamarupa on vampires

1 month ago

RB is great against tokens, which is what it's usually in SBs for, that it works on stuff like Chalice of the Void is just gravy. But if CoV is that big of a problem for you, perhaps splashing green or white would be worth the slow down. Something like Nevermore would be pretty nice against CoV. Or Assassin's Trophy if budget allows. Or Generous Gift or Beast Within or Revoke Existence if opponents are also running Buried Ruin .

kamarupa on Modern Budget Humans - Turn 4 kill

2 months ago

I suggest swapping out Immolating Glare for Blessed Alliance or Celestial Flare , as the sacrifice mechanic will provide added range against Hexproof and Indestructible creatures.

Since you're running Thalia, Guardian of Thraben, Metallic Mimic , Mikeaus, the Lunarch, or Adaptive Automaton would probably be better than Honor of the Pure.

I might be missing something, but I don't see any means of making creature tokens, so Sundering Growth doesn't seem better than Disenchant or Revoke Existence .

In my humble opinion, Immortal Servitude is better than Return to the Ranks . They each have their pros and cons, but to me, the Convoke mechanic just doesn't make sense with what the spell does. Typically, you're only going to have multiple targets after a wrath or some-such, so the likelihood of having creatures out to help with Convoke seems slim. In comparison, for 4 you can bring back all 1-drops with Immortal Servitude. That said, I notice you're running quite a few spells over 2CMC, namely Ranger of Eos, Restoration Angel, and Silverblade Paladin. If you swapped those for other spells costing 1 or 2, Immortal Servitude would be even better. As far as I know, there's not a absolute on which is better, so I suppose it's relative to play-style and what not, but still something to consider.

JW398 on Mono-white Charbelcher

2 months ago

After testing Liquimetal Coating I found it to be pretty useless for the most part. I tried cutting out various artifacts and the results were pretty unanimously unimpressive. I just found it and Revoke Existence dead in my hand too many times.

Problem: The deck has too many moving parts as it is. Introducing more combos makes the already clunky opening hands awkward and harder to deal with.

JW398 on Mono-white Charbelcher

2 months ago

lagotripha - In my experience with the deck I usually have enough cards in the deck to kill my opponent. Plus, there's still a risk of Charbelcher hitting Sacred Foundry too early and not kill my opponent. I'll give it a try and let you know after this weekend.

As for Liquimetal Coating , Karn, the Great Creator +1 does the same thing. The question is what do I cut for a card like Revoke Existence ?

Thanks

lagotripha on Mono-white Charbelcher

2 months ago

No one-of Sacred Foundry for charbelcher?

I always feel as though this might be a two-three-combo deck. There might be shananigans possible with Liquimetal Coating - possibly Sundering Growth , Revoke Existence or Leonin Relic-Warder

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