Rule of Law

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Core Set 2020 (M20) Uncommon
Tenth Edition (10E) Uncommon
Mirrodin (MRD) Rare

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Rule of Law

Enchantment

Each player can't cast more than one spell each turn.

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Rule of Law Discussion

Darth_Savage on Thuneitude

5 days ago

This feels like a deck which will struggle against faster aggressive aggro strategies or with combo strategies, you just don't have the necessary control elements. I have three suggestions Authority of the Consuls / Rule of Law / Archangel of Tithes you might also want Settle the Wreckage as a sweeper.

Without some form of ramp I think Elspeth, Sun's Champion may be a little on the slow side, still your deck is enchantment heavy so Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx might be viable. Something else to consider is Sphere of Safety again you are already enchantment heavy. I feel Myth Realized or Advent of the Wurm should be included as creature based finishers...

I hope this comment has been of help, good luck brewing your deck.

ThaneGarrus on Queen Marchesa: Politics, Aikido, and Control

1 week ago

Personal opinions: Unfortunately for us Queen Marchesa isn’t a particularly consistent deck to use at a competitive table, We certainly have the tools to hamstring them and (sometimes) steal a win with akido tactics but more often than not we will be heavily reliant on other players to take the strongest decks down.

Imo playing at a mixed table yields the best opportunity for a win. As a politics deck it’s to your benefit to shout and point at every key combo piece your opponents put down.

That being said we have some great hatebears in our colours and you should fully utilise them against a stronger table, Linvala, Keeper of Silence , Pithing Needle , Aven Mindcensor , Rest in Peace , Hushbringer , Containment Priest , Grand Abolisher , Rule of Law can completely house certain decks when played right and you have black to tutor them up

Of course, if you decide to go that route you’ll be playing a totally different deck and losing the soul of this beautiful deck but it is the price we pay to stay interactive. Maybe the best advise would be to have several decks that you can pick to match the tables power level, and remember that who you sit down to play with is ultimately your choice.

multimedia on "Your Debt Has Come Due" (Teysa)

2 weeks ago

Hey, I like the idea of your deck, but I think you're going to have difficult time casting a lot of cards here and there's not enough repeatable control to stay alive long enough to cast Teysa. I don't think Voltron or Aristocrats are directions you want to go because there's better Commanders for those strategies. Consider more control and more opponent disruption?

Cards within the budget to consider adding:

Cards to consider cutting:

  • Temple of Silence
  • Arrest
  • Gift of Orzhova
  • Death Grasp
  • Brain Maggot
  • Despise
  • Hymn to Tourach
  • Castigate
  • Victim of Night
  • Curse of the Cabal
  • Assault Suit
  • Fireshrieker
  • Trepanation Blade
  • Argentum Armor
  • Obzedat, Ghost Council
  • Heartless Summoning

Other than Lashwrithe the other equipment is not doing much because you don't have enough creatures to support it and equipping to Teysa is unrealistic. Unless playing 1v1 Commander then other than Duress lots of other single card one opponent discard isn't impactful enough. Heartless Summoning seems like neat tech to ramp into Teysa or other big creatures, but it completely negates Teysa's 1/1 Spirits and both your Planeswalkers who make 1/1 tokens. For these reasons I would cut it because I think both Planeswalkers repeatable tokens and abilities are better then what Heartless provides.

I think you can take real advantage of Hushbringer because not playing a lot of creatures who have ETB abilities or graveyard interactions with die triggers. You're killing your opponents creatures, opponent die triggers could really hurt you. Hushbringer is powerful disruption in multiplayer Commander. I offer more advice if you would like. Good luck with your deck.

uJar_Gamer on Mono-White Prison

2 weeks ago

This looks fun and really powerful for a White deck.. I would consider one Leyline of Sanctity and one Heliod, God of the Sun and the reason is because in my opinion is the for the Leyline's three is efficient enough and with the Heliod I just think in most instances more than two Legendary is over-kill unless there is a really good reason to have more than that. I also think that running 28 land is way too much and you don't really need the New Benalia I would take those out. In place of these cards I would put in two Rule of Law , two Smothering Tithe and possibly two other creatures that would make a impact.. either that or maybe two Gideon Blackblade .

uJar_Gamer on I Hate Everyone and Don't Want to Play Magic Anymo

3 weeks ago

Labrodor64 I think if Elspeth, Knight-Errant & Sun's Champion was in here they would have a fighting chance, Smothering Tithe , Overwhelming Splendor , Rule of Law maybe a crackdown.. more tax and then create XX-XX Angels and stomp? I say more taxes for sure, maybe protection and Equipment.. Blackblade, Gift of Immortality , Spectra Ward , just a lot of protection, tax & shroud and I am serious kingofvalour65 add the Elspeth's~

multimedia on U wont like that

3 weeks ago

Hey, nice budget Esper deck. Looks like you're not finished?

In Esper colors you can take more advantage of opponent disruption and you kind of need more of it if you want to consistently cast Chromium, who's seven mana. Control the game more by slowing down your opponents which can give you more time to prepare the game for when you drop Chromium. I think you should stick with Tocatli Honor Guard . In fact I'm suggesting to expand on it. Of course this means cutting most creatures who have an ETB ability.

Chromium doesn't have an ETB ability and there's not very many creatures here who do. In Commander many decks, much more than not, rely on ETB abilities from creatures to get value or even to win. Shutting this off can give you a big advantage. Creatures who exile other creatures or permanents when they ETB are risky because of board wipes. When these creatures die from a board wipe then the exiled card goes back to the opponent. Board wipes are more important for Control then these creatures.

In Commander 26 lands is very low for a Control deck. This is the amount of land you would play in a 60 card Control deck in Standard. In Commander there's a lot more than 60 cards therefore you need more lands because you want to make your land drops each turn. Mana rocks and other spells that can get you lands in your hand or on to the battlefield can help, but even with these cards you need more land. You really want both. There's only 91 cards here; my advice is start with adding 10 more lands and the three budget Signets: Azorius Signet , Dimir Signet , Orzhov Signet .

Budget lands to consider adding:

Cards to consider cutting to add lands/Signets:

  • Fleet Swallower
  • Drowned Secrets
  • Psychic Spiral
  • Psychic Corrosion
  • Thought Collapse

Consider cutting the opponent mill theme? Opponent mill is not very good in multiplayer Commander unless your dedicated to it. Graveyards are a huge resource for so many types of decks in Commander; mill will most likely help your opponents rather than hurt them. I wouldn't play mill unless it's the main strategy of your deck. Playing many wheel effects and having infinite mill combos as win conditions.


Other budget cards to consider adding (some of these are in the maybeboard):

Cards to consider cutting:

  • Final Payment
  • Drown in Sorrow
  • Absorb
  • Deputy of Detention
  • Hostage Taker
  • Conclave Tribunal
  • Shell of the Last Kappa
  • Tome of the Guildpact
  • Dire Fleet Ravager
  • Sphinx's Insight
  • Ob Nixilis, the Hate-Twisted
  • Nightveil Predators
  • Basilica Bell-Haunt
  • Dimir Guildmage
  • The Haunt of Hightower
  • Rise from the Tides

Falabrama on Devotion to White Angels

1 month ago

Drcfan, what are your thoughts on Silence and Rule of Law ? I'm building a similar deck and thinking of adding these cards.. have you tested them before?

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