Shred Memory

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Format Legality
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Pauper Legal

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Ravnica: City of Guilds Common

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Shred Memory

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Exile up to four cards from target player's graveyard

Transmute (, Discard this card: Search your library for a card with the same converted mana cost as this card, reveal it, and put it into your hand. Then shuffle your library. Play only as a sorcery.)

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Shred Memory Discussion

Lilbrudder on All Nightmare Long (SBT Primer)

5 hours ago

Pheardemons: Carpet of flowers is one of the most broken cards in cEDH. It is an auto-include if you play green in cEDH pods due to the high concentration of blue decks. With that being said, it is a situational card at most commander nights given that people are more focused on fun decks and there are far fewer decks that consistently follow up a turn 1 Tropical Island with a turn 2 Underground Sea.

costrander3689: Thanks Brother!

Grantley91: No Original duals (can get by with other dual lands); No grim tutor (Its the worst tutor in the deck); imperial seal would hurt ALOT more to lose but not many people can afford it. You could replace these with a high number of iffy tutors that would imbalance the deck some and make one of the combos a focal point. Eldritch Evolution, Summoner's Pact, Merchant Scroll, Shred Memory; Muddle the Mixture Drift of Phantasms, Fauna Shaman could all be justified but aren't ideal. You could also just add more interaction. Beyond that cutting Force of Will or a Mox Diamond could make sense.

enpc: Extract is a solid tutor. If I was making food chain the primary combo I would definitely include it, but it is my backup atm. If I focus more on it its definitely a solid include and a great focused hate piece to decks with a single point of failure.

Wert102 on Heartless Fireweaver

12 hours ago

You need something to search up for the combo, because you need 4 exact cards to start it. Something like Shred Memory, or Muddle the Mixture, or Dimir Infiltrator, I know you already have lootings and churns, but bad luck is bad luck :)

VesuvanDoppelbanger on Alesha, Who smol...

3 days ago

An Entomb, and Buried Alive would be helpful.

The transmute tutors are nice to grab specific pieces:

Dimir House Guard, Brainspoil, Shred Memory, and Dimir Machinations.

VesuvanDoppelbanger on [BUDGET] Atraxa's countershow

1 week ago

I love budget builds - they bring out the creativity.

Some low-cost tutors:

Dimir Machinations

Dimir House Guard

Brainspoil

Shred Memory

VesuvanDoppelbanger on phenax mill deck

1 week ago

Mesmeric Orb is a real powerhouse for mill.

Some budget tutors that might help:

Dimir House Guard

Drift of Phantasms

Shred Memory

Brainspoil

slaftergames on Mono Black control somehow

1 week ago

Fatal Push! Consider also Gray Merchant of Asphodel, Leechridden Swamp, and perhaps Sign in Blood or Read the Bones for some draw.

Shred Memory and Beseech the Queen could also be nice, if there are particular cards within those parameters that you'd like easy access to.

MagicalHacker on Nekusar infect

1 week ago

Awesome!

Okay so if we are going to aim to win with Nekusar dealing lethal infect to each opponent, we obviously need ways to give Nekusar infect, and like we mentioned before, there are only five ways to do that, so we will make due with what we got. That's six cards done, but what about the rest of the deck?

Well, if we think about Nekusar getting infect, we can guarantee that our opponents will try everything in their power to kill Infeckusar as fast as possible, so based on that, Howling Mine effects are basically worthless. What we need are wheels. Play Tainted Strike and follow it up with a Wheel of Fortune and a Burning Inquiry.

The wheels we can add include Burning Inquiry, Commit / Memory, Dark Deal, Diminishing Returns, Incendiary Command, Jace's Archivist, Magus of the Jar, Magus of the Wheel, Memory Jar, Molten Psyche, Reforge the Soul, Runehorn Hellkite, Standstill, Teferi's Puzzle Box, Time Reversal, Time Spiral, Timetwister, Wheel of Fortune, Whirlpool Warrior, Whispering Madness, Windfall, and Winds of Change. That gives us 22 wheels, which I will recommend each one being used here. (Many of these are very expensive, so if you aim to build a budget deck, I completely understand dropping some of them, and that's rings true for all of my suggestions actually.)

So infect and wheels gets you about 1/3 through the deck, so what do we do about the rest of the deck? A small portion of the deck should be devoted to protecting the commander, and those are best done with counterspells, because they double as ways to shut down massive plays by opponents. Based off of MagicalHacker - List of All Counterspell Cards, I think the best 7 counterspells for this deck are Swan Song, Arcane Denial, Counterspell, Countersquall, Mana Drain, Memory Lapse, and Negate.

Next, we can definitely get use of a couple tutors to really make sure the deck fires off consistently. We have both wheels and infect pieces, that can be found with a various array of tutors. The seven I am going to recommend are Dizzy Spell, Demonic Tutor, Dimir Infiltrator, Muddle the Mixture, Shred Memory, Dimir House Guard, and Clutch of the Undercity.

That puts us 42 cards into the deck, and just 21 cards away from the 63 nonlands I want to see for the deck. These cards can be whatever you think is necessary, such as maybe 7 ramp cards, 7 draw cards, and 7 ways to destroy permanents, like board wipes and spot removal. As for draw, I highly suggested perusing through MagicalHacker - List of All Draw Cards (Burst) for cards like Treasure Cruise and Ancestral Vision.

As xander11 suggested, I think that proliferate would be a fantastic inclusion.

I do want to mention one last option. If you build just right, you can basically use rituals like Desperate Ritual and Dark Ritual to play your hand to make lots of mana, then spam out wheels and more rituals. It's a very risky play, but if you can get it to work, it can be brutal. In terms of low risk, going with wheels, tutors, infect, and counterspells is going to be your best bet an effective build of Infeckusar.

What are your thoughts?

VesuvanDoppelbanger on Atraxa, +1 Matters - my first EDH deck

2 weeks ago

A great start for a first build. I recommend some tutors, to grab your most effective pieces.

Some cheap ones:

Brainspoil

Dimir House Guard

Shred Memory

Drift of Phantasms

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