Suppression Field

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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
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Ravnica: City of Guilds (RAV) Uncommon

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Suppression Field

Enchantment

Activated abilities cost (2) more to play unless they're mana abilities.

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Suppression Field Discussion

LeaPlath on

2 days ago

Erm...Suppression Field shuts down your own combo. Also why battlefield forge and sacred in a deck with blood moon, instead of more basics, wasteland and fetches?

solarPULSAR on Abzan Beatdown

4 weeks ago

I would consider adding Horizon Canopy over Gavony Township, if not for the cycling effect but that Township is quite slow and not really a great effect, imo. Maybe replace Mana Tithe with Porphyry Nodes? Maybe Suppression Field?

RazortoothMtg on A Call for Help

1 month ago

Based on your favorite cards, I'll list a few generals that do similar things as them.

Voice of Resurgence: Great cards in both Rhys the Redeemed and Trostani, Selesnya's Voice, seeing as how they both want a lot of creatures to pump the token, as well as being able to clone the token. Also, voice is IMO a very underplayed card in EDH based on the number of counterspells and other instant speed tricks.

Scapeshift: Obviously we want a go-big landfall deck, similiar to Scapeshift/Valakut decks in modern. This points me towards Omnath, Locus of Rage as a landfall payoff, or Mina and Denn, Wildborn, a landfall enabler. Omnath decks typically play more of the mass landfall effects ala Scapeshift and Boundless Realms, with a few big landfall payoffs like Avenger of Zendikar and Rampaging Baloths as replacements for Omnath in case he gets Nevermored or something. Mina and denn decks are more likely to play more land-to-hand type cards like Sprouting Vines to make mina and denns ability more potent, as well as mass landfall payoffs, from omnath to Grazing Gladehart, Zendikar's Roil, etc.

Bitterblossom sees probably the most play in Oloro, Ageless Ascetic, as his lifegain negates the downside, or pillowfort decks like Queen Marchesa that want to drag the game on with cards like Ghostly Prison, Sphere of Resistance, Suppression Field, etc. Think modern hatebears, but a lot bigger. And more hate, less bears.

Kor Spiritdancer = Uril, the Miststalker. All I can say there. Spiritdancer also goes in a huge amount of enchantress decks, with commanders like Bruna, Light of Alabaster, Rafiq of the Many, etc. Usually voltron. Can also be played in the much jankier and much more casual curse tribal deck. Think Curse of Misfortunes and Curse of Thirst as wincons. They're auras too.

Thoughtweft Trio: Only place I can think of is some terrible Kithkin tribal deck. Wizened Cenn is your only real lord... you can have Adaptive Automaton-esque cards as well. Pretty sure that in a Commander clash (MtgGoldfish) episode a while ago Richard played kithkin tribal, so you can look that up. Just remember, this deck is NOT good. I mean, i assume you like this card as just a cheap beater card, in which case maybe just Saskia the Unyielding beatdown might be your kind of thing.

All of these decks can be made for pretty cheap and upgraded pretty high.

solarPULSAR on Soul sisters

1 month ago

You have almost everything thats in every Soul Sisters deck, but you can always add Auriok Champion for more lifegain. Then obviously add path. Hero of Bladehold is a great one-of that fills another 4-slot. Flagstones of Trokair is a great addition too. Rest in Peace, Stony Silence, Suppression Field for the sideboard. Return to the Ranks can function as anti-board wipe recursion.

solarPULSAR on UW Control

2 months ago

You could try adding more pillowfort elements, like Ghostly Prison or stuff like Runed Halo or Suppression Field

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