Sundering Titan


Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal

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Set Rarity
Masterpiece Series: Kaladesh Inventions (MPS) Mythic Rare
From the Vault: Relics (V10) Mythic Rare
Archenemy (ARC) Rare
Darksteel (DST) Rare

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Sundering Titan

Artifact Creature — Golem

When Sundering Titan enters the battlefield, choose a land of each basic land type, then destroy those lands.

When Sundering Titan leaves the battlefield, choose a land of each basic land type, then destroy those lands.

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Sundering Titan Discussion

YawgsAgenda510 on Muzzio EDH

1 week ago

Sundering Titan is banned in Multiplayer Commander. Otherwise I second the original comment that this deck could use a bit more blue draw and a couple more counterspells to force threats through and ensure you're able to execute your gameplan.

DannehBoi90 on Mono-Green Eldrazi Tron

3 weeks ago

At this moment I'm testing the Sorcerous Spyglass because I have a decent amount of land destruction as a bit of a subtheme and I can hit any fetches that are in their hand with it I can easily switch that though if it really does end up under-performing when I side it in. I do like the idea of Basilisk Collar in this deck though. I was debating between that and Feed the Clan so I'll make that switch.

My main format is Commander and I got a bit of flak from my girlfriend for wanting Sundering Titan. since there's nobody else building Tron around me and it got insta-banned in Commander I won't be able to play it elsewhere so I'm a little stuck having that in the deck.

Besides that, I really like the Sundering Titan can be found off of Conduit of Ruin. I had one game where I had natural Tron in hand, turn 3 tutored up Sundering Titan then used the floating mana to pop Chromatic Sphere to draw it, then Ancient Stirrings for a second Urza's Tower. Opponent was running Temur Delver and just couldn't handle it with mana open for Mana Leak.

Chalice of the Void is pretty expensive, so it is out of range for me. There's no doubt that I could run it sideboard or mainboard and make excellent use of it. Ratchet Bomb would work though as an alternate option for now and as a way to also hit any token decks that may come up. 2 mana for a 1-sided Wrath is pretty good.

I really like Dismember and the fact that it can hit things as early as turn 1 in a pinch, just I wasn't sure with the current meta if it's quite the best since I usually will have to pay 4 life to cast it. There's a couple copies laying around so it's definitely worth giving a shot at least.

Once I can, I'll make these changes:Perilous Vault -3Feed the Clan -2Dragon's Claw -3Warping Wail -2

All Is Dust +3Basilisk Collar +3Ratchet Bomb +2Dismember +2

Thank you guys for your suggestions, it's good hearing from others that have more experience in Modern!

Oloro_Magic on Mono-Green Eldrazi Tron

3 weeks ago

Hey, like the idea, as I think you know working towards a All Is Dust is pretty important for this deck, functioning as a one-sided wrath. I am also more a fan of Wurmcoil Engine as opposed to Sundering Titan in eldrazi tron as the eldrazi variant tends to be faster than it B/G or mono U counterparts. As for the sideboard, because I assume Chalice of the Void is out of the question Ratchet Bomb could a good answer to mono-red agro. Drop the Feed the Clan it is not a good card and natural card disadvantage, a Basilisk Collar is all you really need to beat burn in my opinion so just throw one in the side. Also, why are you playing Sorcerous Spyglass, it is really just a strictly worse Pithing Needle, is it availability, because even then the cards are pretty close in price anywyas. If you need any other help just let me know.

sylvannos on Insect infinite loop?

1 month ago

Yah, while your combo as originally posted doesn't work, look around here on Tapped Out or other MtG sites for Heartless Summoning decks. There's this version that likes to play a bunch of Sundering Titans and Wurmcoil Engines, copy them, then derp around with Grand Architect in case your opponent hasn't conceded. Here is a more budget version that relies on the good ol' Myr Retriever + Heartless Summoning combo to go infinite. What I like about this version is Altar of the Brood makes it so you don't have to splash a bunch of colors.

Some people have also been messing around with Blowfly Infestation and Nest of Scarabs. I don't think there's a single build that's proven successful, but it's worth looking into.

undertheglass85 on Mono white stax edh

2 months ago

Though it looks like a WIP, this seems effective!

One other note: Sundering Titan is banned in EDH, unless your group has a special exception?

Delta-117 on E.T invaders from space

2 months ago

Yeah it is a lot of fun. Quite recently I just finished ny own tron deck, the difference is that it is mono blue tron, which is a more controlling version of the deck.

I have stuff like an Ugin, the Spirit Dragon,Remand, Condescend, Academy Ruins + Mindslaver , Sundering Titan, Wurmcoil Engine, Platinum Angel in the deck. It's a much cheaper variant over all of the other tron decks.

legomanalec on Tron for Poor Orphans

2 months ago

xyr0s thank you for that comment! I had put Sundering Titan in my actual tron deck, I just felt at 5$ a piece they were a but to expensive for this budget version!

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