River's Rebuke

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Arena Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Standard Legal
Pioneer Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Brawl Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Game Night 2019 (GN2) Rare
Ixalan (XLN) Rare

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River's Rebuke

Sorcery

Return all nonland permanents target player controls to their owner's hand.

River's Rebuke Discussion

Argy on Simic Turbo Fog

1 month ago

I think you need more fog, as the mill game is a long game.

All your Enchantments will eventually mill your Opponent, but you have to keep your life total up in the meantime.

A board wipe might help your fog - some good ones in such as AEtherspouts and River's Rebuke

You are correct that burn is a problem. It may just be a matchup that you can't win, although I do think it will be a popular entry point for a lot of players.

If you add for Teferi, Time Raveler he will slow them down, but will ultimately weaken this deck.

Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger might also be worth thinking about. He's bloody annoying as a mill card.

All the best with this build.

Argy on Pioneer Turbo Mill

1 month ago

I know they are slower, but have you considered a couple of Evolving Wilds to help with Delve?

I notice that you don't have a Sideboard yet. Invasive Surgery would be good against Control / Thoughtseize

If you can afford him, Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger would help settle games that go long.

AEtherspouts or River's Rebuke would be another excellent Sideboard card, this time against Hardened Scales - knock all those pesky +1/+1 counters off.

rockgobbler on Thunderkin Blaster!

1 month ago

Roxas255, oh, this one is strictly for casual fun. Like, the kind of deck one would play while drinking beers with friends in a dining room. As long as the game doesn't end before turn four, it is likely that River's Rebuke will be drawn and would be able to be cast with the added help of Mana Drain . Without Mana Drain , the card is useless for sometime.

The Fallen Shinobi is in place for a bit more control. Essentially, with Writ of Passage , Cryptic Command or a Cavalier of Gales that is flung into existence, there is likely a time in which a creature is not blocked. If that is the case, the Shinobi ends up in the game with haste. He adds higher power/toughness than most of the creatures in the deck. His active ability is just so awesome, he seemed right for this deck. Thanks for the input and send all your criticisms/feedback my way!

Roxas255 on Thunderkin Blaster!

1 month ago

So I think this deck definitely is interesting, but wanted to know what format the deck is for. So I can properly figure out any advice to give. One thing I am curious about is River's Rebuke . Having three is a little much in my opinion, unless your certain to be able to get enough mana to use it every time. The other thing is that I don't understand Fallen Shinobi in this deck so if you can give me your thoughts of why you decided it in your deck that be great and also if you can explain your reasoning behind the cards in your sideboard I would appreciate it. Sorry for the word barf, I just want to make sure I am giving adequate advice to help the best I can if possible.

austintayshus on Barnum and Bailey and Kefnet and Mu Yanling

3 months ago

bchoucroun

Well technically, Mu Yanling, Sky Dancer can make tokens.

I have Flood of Tears because I couldn't think of any other board wipes in blue. River's Rebuke could be a good replacement but that's going to rotate out soon.

Flood of tears for this deck is usually a last resort. If I find myself in a situation where I need to cast it, I seldom have 4 or more non-token permanents.

Do you have any suggestions on what I should replace Flood of Tears with?

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River's Rebuke occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.02%

Blue: 0.14%

Standard:

All decks: 0.06%