Rule of Law

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful 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
Tenth Edition (10E) Uncommon
Mirrodin (MRD) Rare

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Rule of Law

Enchantment

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

Rule of Law Discussion

Jund_Machinist on Tajic, Blade of Fuck You

2 days ago

shortened list of wants to:

Spirit of the Labyrinth and Burning Inquiry , maaaaybe Wheel of Fate to go with the semi notion thief shenanigans.

Ethersworn Canonist to go with Rule of Law

Trinisphere for dank stax

Leonin Arbiter to go with the library denial theme

Pull from Eternity and Silence for resilience

andriygoblin on Changing Hearts and Minds (Selysnia Group Hug)

2 days ago

Some good combos I see here. I figure this is still in works, thus no lands. Here are couple of recommendations: Smothering Tithe and Rule of Law . Let me know your thoughts.

dingusdingo on Flex

2 days ago

A very thoughtful reply!

I can't believe I overlooked Misty Rainforest in tandem with Crucible of Worlds / Ramunap Excavator . It makes less sense from a single use perspective, but as an engine it holds incredible value.

Even if you would rather be winning, I would still suggest slotting Mouth of Ronom . Having that extra flexibility can rarely hurt, the cost for running it is so extremely low. Lets you wipe out hatebears that might be causing you a problem too Ethersworn Canonist Spirit of the Labyrinth Eidolon of Rhetoric (All three see play in stax lists, among other bears).

Have you run into many rule of law effects? And how do they interact with your deck? Rule of Law Arcane Laboratory Eidolon of Rhetoric . These seem more painful for your build than tax effects (barring tax landing on turn 1).

In my opinion, Reclamation Sage or Caustic Caterpillar should be considered before Carpet of Flowers , but any of them are good includes.

multimedia on Daxos The Returned and Spirits of Enchantments

2 weeks ago

Hey SSK, nice to see you're now playing Commander :)

Several really good cards here, but I think you're going to have trouble getting enough experience counters fast enough for Spirits created by Daxos to matter. Daxos is a slow Commander, to increase the speed of getting exp. counters consider some low mana cost enchantments that can return themselves back to your hand to be cast again with either an ability or when they go to the graveyard.

Budget cards ($4 or less each) to consider adding:


Cards to consider cutting:

  • Kabira Crossroads
  • Orzhov Guidgate
  • Deadly Tempest
  • Spear of Heliod
  • Intangible Virtue
  • Necromancer's Covenant
  • Marshal's Anthem
  • Dictate of Heliod
  • Celestial Archon
  • Nighthowler
  • Teysa, Envoy of Ghosts
  • Archetype of Finality
  • Orzhov Cluestone
  • Stasis Snare

Most of these are high mana cost cards. I don't think you need all these anthem effects for tokens since the main source of tokens comes from Daxos and those tokens should already be big with high power/toughness.

Good luck with your deck.


ArchonBlue on Ojutai's Ruin

3 weeks ago

I'd rather have a counterspell than Silence . Maybe try Rule of Law if you're worried about combo. Gearhulk is such a high cmcs I'd drop him to a one or two of at least. Also speaking from experience as someone who played budgeted U/W Control for awhile Colonnades and Snaps make a HUGE difference. My personal opinion is that U/W lists don't run enough Snaps. I'd go 3-4, most lists run 2-3.

JaceFromStateFarm on Get Over Here So I Can Kill You

1 month ago

Deck idea is really sweet, I don't think I've seen one like this before. I'm not quite sure how you generally win the game, are creature beats usually enough? That's very possible, I'd have to see the deck play out.

It seems like your deck is really good against creature based decks, but less good against spell-based combo decks. Depending on your meta, that might be absolutely fine, but if such decks become an issue, Rule of Law , Pyroblast / Red Elemental Blast , and Sadistic Hypnotist are great options. Hypnotist is good regardless, and synergizes really well with your deck. If you end up needing more noncreature removal (since you seem to be able to deal with creatures really well), Wear , Anguished Unmaking , Utter End , and Vindicate are flexible answers.

High Market is a great sac outlet on a land, so it comes at a very low cost. Fleshbag Marauder , Merciless Executioner , and Plaguecrafter could all synergize quite well also as sac outlets that hit everyone except you when you steal something for a turn.

Also, I love that you have a category just called Orzhov with a single drain card in it.

Awesome deck!

Winterblast on Sen Triplets budget deck help

1 month ago

A possible way to make Sen Triplets stronger with cheap cards is to add stuff that lets people only play fewer spells per turn: Rule of Law , Arcane Laboratory , Eidolon of Rhetoric , Ethersworn Canonist . By doing so, you won't have people dumping their hand as fast and you will have 4 rather full hands to play with. Save instants for opponents turns and cast their cards on your turn.

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Rule of Law occurrence in decks from the last year

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All decks: 0.01%