Take into Custody

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

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Aether Revolt Common

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Take into Custody

Instant

Tap target creature. It doesn't untap during its controller's next untap step.

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Take into Custody Discussion

NirTheCatGuy on Combat Question

1 month ago

I think someone once explained me those things wrong, can you guys please tell me what happens at each situation:

Situation 1: I'm attacking with Alpha Tyrranax, and my opponent declares blocking with Pharika's Chosen, i'm casting Shock targeting his Pharika's Chosen, what happens now?

Situation 2: I'm attacking with Alpha Tyrranax, and my opponent declares blocking with Pharika's Chosen, i'm casting Take into Custody targeting his Pharika's Chosen, what happens now?

Situation 3: I'm attacking with Loxodon Convert, my opponent does not block, but cast Shock targeting my Loxodon Convert, what happens now?

Thanks a lot!

ImtheRealBear on Please Help this deck

2 months ago

If you are running Unsubstantiate, Topplegeist and Take into Custody you probably don't need Subjugator Angel. Instead you could try a bit more damage like Aethersquall Ancient and Aetherwind Basker. It looks like you are using a lot of energy so I would also take out Kujar Seedsculptor and put in Servant of the Conduit from your maybeboard. If you are willing to spend a little bit more you check out Botanical Sanctum and Aetherworks Marvel. If you want a planeswalker you could try Dovin Baan, he is a cheaper one that can still put on some pressure.

NirTheCatGuy on Combat Question

2 months ago

Let's say my opponent control two untapped creatures, for example two Alpha Tyrranax. I control one Loxodon Convert and choose to attack with him, my opponent block with one Alpha Tyrranax and I cast right away Take into Custody, targeting his blocking Alpha Tyrranax, now, does my opponent get the right to block with his second Alpha Tyrranax, or the damage would delt to him directly? thanks a lot!

KingofDragonz on Blue/black Control

3 months ago

If you want to take control of their creatures, perhaps instead of removal spells, run tap spells so you can keep them alive while shutting them down. In that case, Icy Blast, Chilling Grasp, Gigadrowse, Take into Custody, Ice Over, and Blustersquall are all good at that, course there's also Niblis of Frost and Frost Titan in terms of creatures.

Denial048 on Question about Baral, Chief of ...

3 months ago

Baral, Chief of Compliance only reduces the generic portion of mana costs. As such, Take into Custody would still cost U, but Negate would only cost U.

From Baral's Gatherer:

2/9/2017 Barals first ability doesnt affect the colored mana requirements of instant and sorcery spells.

NirTheCatGuy on Question about Baral, Chief of ...

3 months ago

If I have Baral, Chief of Compliance on the battlefield, and Take into Custody in hand, can I put Take into Custody on the battlefield for free? or do I still gotta pay his cost because that's not colorless mana? Thanks!

NirTheCatGuy on Question about Baral

3 months ago

If I have Baral, Chief of Compliance on the battlefield, and Take into Custody in hand, can I put Take into Custody on the battlefield for free? or do I still gotta pay his cost because that's not colorless mana? Thanks!

WiltLeafElves on Izzet Time for More Spells?

3 months ago

sorry for the bad color, i'll recopy paste it here:

"there are a few things to note: Your deck has creatures that gain value from casting instants and sorceries, yet most of your instants and sorceries are pump spells. docent of perfection is a really good finisher

Because you have so much pump and so many creatures, i'd advise you to include Mirrorwing Dragon , so one uncaged fury will give all your creatures +1/+1 and double strike. very deadly.

also, instead of your sideboard disperse, you could have Take into Custody, as disperse just allows them to recast, and tapping is more relevant because if they recast, they may get some cast triggers, and also enters untapped, meaning they can block, if you tap using Take into Custody, it won't untap on their next turn, so you can attack past that creature. problem with kozilek's return in sideboard is you have no way to trigger it.

also, your deck would be better off with 22 or so lands, even 23. 20 just seems to be pushing your luck."

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