Tragic Arrogance

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Format Legality
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Modern Legal
Frontier Legal

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Magic Origins Rare

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Tragic Arrogance

Sorcery

For each player, you choose from among the permanents that player controls an artifact, a creature, an enchantment, and a planeswalker. Then each player sacrifices all other nonland permanents he or she controls.

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Tragic Arrogance Discussion

MRDOOM3 on Geist of Saint Traft

3 days ago

Have you considered cards like Tragic Arrogance, Supreme Verdict, or Cataclysm? I personally feel as if you need at least 4-5 wipes handy, in case the situation gets a little dicey, as in, someone attacks you with mass tokens. Then again, since you say "casual", I suppose you have your reasons for not doing so.

ohmless on Life Swap - Life Steal

1 month ago

thinking samite ministration might be a tad weak despite its synergy with your commander. Maybe replace it with the Pariah+Stuffy Doll combo, Eye for an Eye, or Reverse Damage?

Maybe for board wipes instead of using day of judgement using Divine Reckoning, Cataclysmic Gearhulk, and/or Tragic Arrogance. Also this is the first deck I have seen with blue that doesn't have Cyclonic Rift as a one sided board wipe.

I like city of brass, but as your budget increases consider a Mana Confluence to replace it or along side it?

+1'ed

ohmless on Alesha, Who Smiles at Weenies -(Alesha Primer)-

1 month ago

Thanks a bunch for the primer. In my Alesha deck, I will be adding the Maze of Ith, Village Bell-Ringer, Tragic Arrogance, Fulminator Mage, Selfless Spirit, Imperial Recruiter and Darksteel Plate. Thanks for all the education!

Rzepkanut on I BERIT you didn't see that coming!

1 month ago

Hell yeah board wipes are a great way to control things that Merieke can't. The three I use I chose because this deck tends to like having lots of various permanents in play that I want to avoid killing....Austere Command, Merciless Eviction, & Tragic Arrogance can all be used to create an advantage with what isn't destroyed. If you think of another like them, I'm interested to hear about it :)

Mqhartley on One man versus the world

2 months ago

MtgMaster02 Thanks for the suggestion man. I agree that austere command would be a good addition and it may be a replacement for a generic wrath at some point. I've done a lot of play testing with Tragic Arrogance Vs. Divine Reckoning and see arrogance as a much better option in this deck due to the fact that it allows you to choose their creatures, giving them near useless creatures while keeping your powerhouses. (Tldr giving the player a choice weakens the Reckoning but flashback is some nice value.)

MtgMaster02 on One man versus the world

2 months ago

Tragic Arrogance should be taken out for Divine Reckoning because Tragic Arrogance will screw you over most of the time. Also Austere Command is amazing

Tiddilywinkus on Alesha, Who Smiles at Weenies -(Alesha Primer)-

2 months ago

KaraZorEl While that may be the case normally, I do enjoy choosing the permanents from Tragic Arrogance more than letting my opponents choose which permanents they keep from Cataclysm or Cataclysmic Gearhulk

hubatish on Sram, Serious Smasher

2 months ago

I totally agree, they can be a good back-up plan. And you don't lose much with cantripping vehicles and your manabase!

I threw him together recently and have been enjoying it: Mono W Equips. Not actually a great example yet, but drawing some suggestions from your deck too! After playing deck once, Sigarda's Aid actually looks great for the auto-equip.

I think you could have more interaction in the deck. With Sram giving you a good card draw engine, you have a little more time to cast wraths and removal spells. Maybe Tragic Arrogance or Divine Reckoning? Some artifact or destruction hate? A couple hatebears? White goodstuff is still good in Sram.

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