Seal of Primordium


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters 2017 Edition (MM3) Common
Planar Chaos (PLC) Common

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Seal of Primordium


Sacrifice Seal of Primordium: Destroy target artifact or enchantment.

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Seal of Primordium Discussion

xyr0s on Jund Mix and Match

2 days ago

You're welcome.

But... now I'm reading the actual text on Grave Peril... there is a bit of a problem. Dunno if you've also spotted it. It kills your own Generator Servant. Replace with Executioner's Capsule, perhaps? In order to get more card types to GY, you could also consider Ghost Quarter, but your manabase is already pressed, so...

Seal of Primordium is a really good sideboard card. It's not good in each and every game, but for some games, it could replace Executioner's Capsule, without slowing down the delirium thing.

careyhimself on Jund Mix and Match

2 days ago

xyr0s First off- I want to say thank you for taking time to give me these great tips when you could (and likely should?) be spending your time more productively.

Second: Okay I really do like Traverse the Ulvenwaldin this deck- would you say that I keep a few Grisly Salvage? It sort of does the same thing but without delirium- plus it fills up my graveyard working toward delirium/delve for gurmag.

Also as far as getting delirium- do you think Unbridled Growth would fit? adds a little card draw? or Seal of Primordium ??

Also I put in two Thoughtseize- i own one but i could probably spring for another. I think Duressis a good option here because i've got stuff to deal with creatures.

Again- thanks so much for your help!

clayperce on Snapcaster Rock

1 week ago

Thinking about this a little more, I suspect just adding more Abrupt Decay in the 75 would be better than trying to fit in some dedicated Enchantment/Artifact hate like Seal of Primordium

clayperce on Snapcaster Rock

1 week ago

Long-time Ponza player here, following up on your thread.

As ToolmasterOfBrainerd said, it's going to be a REALLY tough match-up for you. I'm personally 70% (9-4 on matches) vs. various Sultai Control builds ... so the best plan may just be to hope you don't get matched up again :-)

At our heart, we're a tempo deck, using Land disruption to set our opponents back and early ramp to move us forward. So you'll want to prioritize ways to nerf our Land disruption and disrupt our early ramp for sure. Looking at your current 75 ...

Beyond your current 75 ...

  • Some Enchantment removal could be solid, for Utopia Sprawl and of course for Blood Moon. I like Seal of Primordium (since it works vs. Chalice of the Void when X=1), but there are a ton of solid options.
  • Spreading Seas could be REALLY good here. It's great against us early (on a Forest + Utopia Sprawl) and decent late (if we don't have a Blood Moon out is can sometimes be challenging to get double-red). And it's also superb on yourself when we have Blood Moon out.
  • Can your mana base afford to run 2x Forests? It's the first Basic I'd try to kill (to keep you off Goyf and Enchantment removal). I'm also going to do everything I can to keep you off BB (for Lili).

Post-board, we probably won't change much. Maybe 1-2x Relic of Progenitus if we saw or expect Goyf. Probably an Obstinate Baloth (if we've got one), for Lili. Watch out for Trinisphere though ... if we see a bunch of your big-mana spells (Kalitas, Tasigur, etc) they won't come in, but if Snap-Push created any issues for us in Game 1, expect Trin' (usually 3x) for sure.

Good luck, mate!

Frytrix99 on Enchantment Noble B/G

3 weeks ago

I play Crippling Blight to avoid getting block when I attack, like Noble Quarry. But you're right that the card is a little bit weak.

I like Blightcaster, it could be really usefull. Also, I don't have a lot of 4 drop (only my noble), so it would be appropriate to use it.

You're right about Seal of Primordium. I need it, at minimum in the sideboard.

Despondency has the same effect as Rancor, which is much better here.

I'm not sure about Seal of Doom. It works well with the deck, but it's 1 more mana compare to Doom Blade, and can't target black creature, opposed to Murder.

gnikrul on Enchantment Noble B/G

3 weeks ago

Need more uncommons you say? How about Blightcaster? Just think, Stab Wound kills a Myr Enforcer outright if you have one on the battlefield.

Definitely need Seal of Primordium in there. You just can't leave the house without a Disenchant effect.

Crippling Blight seems weak in a deck that isn't highly aggressive.

I also question the inclusion of Doom Blade/Murder. Not only could they be replaced with Seal of Doom, most problems they solve are solved just as easily by Lignify. Since you already have a lot of targeted removal (especially if you run Blightcaster), perhaps it would be better to diversify into your favorite variant of Diabolic Edict, Geth's Verdict, or Tyrant's Choice?

I don't think it's optimal but you could also consider running Despondency as a way to keep those Constellation triggers coming.

Overall seems like a lot of fun!

Sargeras on It's s pronounced bOgle!

1 month ago

Having played with and against Bogles many times, I have some suggestions.

  1. Cut Snake Umbra in favor of Spider Umbra, the umbras are critical to the early game, especially if you plan on playing Kor Spiritdancer. (Also, 3 cmc should be winning you the game, not drawing you cards in this type of deck)

  2. Get a Dryad Arbor if you want to upgrade, as it serves as both an additional creature and land, and is tutorable if you decide to get fetches.

  3. The sideboard needs tuning, Leyline of Sanctity is amazing at defeating things like this decks worst enemy, Thoughtseize, it also works against Lilli, and and many other fringe cards like Blessed Alliance, that can destroy most of this deck's gameplan. If you decide that is too much $$, good budget options to look into are Torpor Orb and Suppression Field. Also, Seal of Primordium is the best artifct disruption you can have, since you can play it and destroy something like a Chalice of the Void on one.

  4. You need Stony Silence, decks like Tron are great at destroying this deck since cards like Oblivion Stone set you back to square one. Stony silence will also allow you to get past cards like Ratchet Bomb and Engineered Explosives and will slow down decks like Ad Nauseeum that you cant interact with.

  5. You might ant to look into getting Temple Garden over Brushland, because since Bant Eldrazi took all the painlands and jumped the price, the shocks can actually be cheaper to buy and will be more beneficial for you in the long run.

These are my suggestions, feel free to take them as you please.


Xica on What is the worse that ...

2 months ago

True, still Reclamation Sage < Qasali Pridemage - since it can only cause problems (IF resolves) after the angel is on the field.
That is a pretty big if considering that the deck is built to counter such threats - and Glorious End doesn't care for Boseiju, Who Shelters All or Cavern of Souls.

However removing stuff like Liliana of the Veil, or Seal of Primordium is a real trouble for U/R decks.

So i am just inquiring about stuff that could get me in real trouble like lilana, at 3 cmc cost - if its not a simple hate card, but something that warps the game if left on the field then i would like to hear about it even more.

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