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|2012 Core Set (M12)||Rare|
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For each nonland permanent, choose a player at random. Then each player gains control of each permanent for which he or she was chosen. Untap those permanents.
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1 week ago
1 week ago
I am a fan of Zedruu the Greathearted. I run a enchantment deck with Scrambleverse cards and some Switcheroo cards that disrupt opponents and give me biding time to draw cards and gain life. By stealing creatures with cards like Hijack you can attack and with Zedruu the Greathearted give them to an opponent who might be willing to help kill the threat with the creature you took if you give it to them. A political theft deck (I imagine Zedruu like Robin Hood) that is fun and maybe even good?
2 weeks ago
I'm not a huge fan of Camouflage in here, since it only works for you, and you have very few creatures that actually want to attack.
I like the idea of running some wheel effects to power up Kydele, and use that mana to fuel some more expensive chaos cards. Teferi's Puzzle Box is a great piece of disruption that also fuels Kydele. Dig Through Time and Treasure Cruise are some really powerful spells to deal lots of damage with Vial Smasher. One really fun chaos card that I think would go great in this deck is Eye of the Storm. You've got lots of fun chaos instants/sorceries, and tacking them on to every instant/sorcery anyone plays seems sweet! Some other more expensive chaos cards are Scrambleverse and Cruel Entertainment. Both of them can make incredibly ridiculous things happen.
2 weeks ago
xander11 Haven't ever played a chaos deck myself, but I can say that it is kind of fun playing against them. Ever thought of Collective Restraint as another Propaganda type effect? Is even better since you're in 4 colors. Also, Scrambleverse can be pretty fun. Though I'm not sure if it would fit in your list or not. Mind's Desire is another one that has always had a chaos feel to me. Parallel Thoughts could be an interesting way to tutor up some chaos. I also agree with most of the comments on your list as far as suggestions go. To me, the only way to build a chaos deck is to play it over and over again with different stuff until you have reached your desired level of insanity.
I'd love some feedback on my newest deck, Elenda, the Dusk Rose (Aristocrats). This deck is incredibly fun and has some great interactions. I think Elenda takes the cake as best aristocrat commander.
3 weeks ago
Maybe test with Arjun, the Shifting Flame, Bend or Break, Endless Whispers, Etali, Primal Storm, Galvanoth, Genesis Wave, Intet, the Dreamer, Mind's Dilation, Mindmoil, Planeswalker's Mischief, Rashmi, Eternities Crafter, Scrambleverse, Shared Fate, Teferi's Realm, Thieves' Auction, and a Glacial Crevasses for late-game protection?
2 months ago
I'm having trouble finding the reasoning to have Knowledge Pool and Scrambleverse in the deck, and if they are that crucial to the deck's mechanics. I'm looking to replace them with Wild Evocation and Beacon of Destruction.
3 months ago
My go to choice when people say I cant destroy land is to play Mycosynth Lattice and either Scrap Mastery or March of the Machines. "I never destroyed your land, I moved them or let them die on their own accord."
As for "too mean," I feel it's relative to the game at hand, and as a now strictly mono red Daretti player, I would say this was not a fair match. Red is absolutely the worst mono color in EDH, and land destruction helps balance the game in matches where you drop turn 5 Avacyn.
That said, I would heavily suggest making a copy of your deck that plays chaos effects. After a match where you've spent the whole game playing things like Scrambleverse, Omen Machine, And Warp World Players are a lot more likely to hear you out about land destruction.
4 months ago
Rabid_Wombat of course there are other.
This deck doesn't really aim straight to win, more just to make fun games. You can also win with long painful games making everyone into topdeck mode while killing everyone slowly with Creeping Dread and Gibbering Descent.