Shared Fate

Shared Fate

Enchantment

If a player would draw a card, that player removes the top card of an opponent's library from the game face down instead.

Each player may look at and play cards he or she removed from the game with Shared Fate.

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Set Rarity
Mirrodin (MRD) Rare

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Legality

Format Legality
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Modern Legal
Custom Legal
Legacy Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Unformat Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Vintage Legal
Limited Legal
Highlander Legal
Leviathan Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Shared Fate Discussion

zaneanderman on Budget Shared Fate

6 months ago

amerika00 I think the point is to cast Shared Fate and then your opponent won't have anything relevant to cast because they can only draw lands and board wipes. That being said, it obviously isn't very competitive.

king-saproling on The 轟音 of Frigid Flame & Scalding Frost.

9 months ago

To preface, chaos decks in general draw a lot of ire, especially when it is chaos for chaos's sake with no direction toward victory. I personally have no issue with the chaos style, though resolving a Warp World or Scrambleverse is definitely a chore haha. Anyway it looks like you aren't going for anything too egregious here, so you should be fine in the eyes of your opponents. Even so, I might describe the deck as "unique/oddball effects" rather than "chaos" just so opponents don't get the wrong idea and try to eliminate you first because they think your goal is Hive Mind + Undying Flames lol.

As far as the general, have you considered Arjun, the Shifting Flame ? He makes it so that every time you cast a spell, you get a new hand. Pretty chaotic if you ask me! You could fill the deck with unusual effects (like you've done here with Jhoira) so that neither you nor your opponents will know whats coming next. Tasigur, the Golden Fang could be an interesting general as well, since the fact that an opponent chooses the card you get makes it both chaotic and interactive. Ruhan of the Fomori and Atla Palani, Nest Tender are pretty chaotic as well.

These cards might interest you: Chaos Wand , Mindmoil , Stolen Strategy , Charmbreaker Devils , Tomorrow, Azami's Familiar , Shared Fate , Telemin Performance , Proteus Staff , Endless Whispers , Infernal Genesis , Bottomless Pit , Thieving Amalgam , Evolutionary Leap , Oath of Druids

Sargeras on NETDECKERS BEWARE: A WILD HOMEBREW APPEARS!

1 year ago

F4LL3N you used Shared Fate and just play your opponent's deck, the idea is that since your deck has no win con, you can win the game.

pizzagod13 on Shared Fate theme deck

1 year ago

One thing that works for Shared Fate is to build a deck with only removal. Essentially, the deck can’t actually win, so when you give it to your opponent they instantly lose because they can’t win! Keep in mind that you can’t play enchantment removal in this case, for reasons that should hopefully be obvious.

athurdent on Shared Fates

1 year ago

TypicalTimmy The problem with all the creatures you mentioned is that our opponent can now beat us with them. Normally when Shared Fate resolves, we are at low health, these extra 5 points of damage our opponent can now deal to us is enough for them to win the game, as the opponent now draws our deck.

Our deck should have no threats because of this reason, including 1/1's!

I am in love with the Browbeat and Risk Factor idea! I was planning to run this as esper colors pre Shared Fate but I need 5C mana base for post Shared Fate but this gives me new things to think about, especially if my opponent casts this, they can draw as many cards as they want it won't help them! Thanks!

I am not sure about Pilfered Plans , the opponents graveyard gets opponents cards from their deck no matter what, this means after Shared Fate they will be taking cards away from us that we can then no longer play.

seshiro_of_the_orochi Commit is perfect! Thanks! before Shared Fate this works great, and after it does't help the opponent, as this card always goes to my graveyard no matter who cast it, the aftermath is great as well, and fits in with the cards in the post fates section, thanks!

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