Tree of Perdition
Creature — Plant
: Exchange target opponent's life total with Tree of Perdition's toughness.
|Have (2)||metalmagic ,|
|Want (2)||dregara , wilsonmalcom|
Printings View all
|Eldritch Moon (EMN)||Mythic Rare|
Combos Browse all
- Archfiend of Despair + Tree of Perdition
- Korozda Guildmage + Tree of Perdition
- Neheb, the Eternal + Tree of Perdition
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Tree of Perdition occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.02%
Tree of Perdition Discussion
21 hours ago
Trying to get a Nature's Lore which will replaces something in this deck
5 days ago
I do agree on cutting Crypt Rats, as it's a very mana intensive combo in deck that has limited mana resources. The fact that it requires only black mana is also a huge limitation, as you can't use any infinite colourless mana.
I could give a shot to Tree of Perdition, it sounds better than I thought according to your experience.
Let me know about Yawgmoth's Will, because it's a card that I'm seriously considering for my list.
2 weeks ago
Sap of an Unknown Tree
Choose a player at random, that player loses 5 life.
When you cycle Sap from an unknown tree, you gain 5 life.
I'd like another card with cycling.
4 weeks ago
Without some type of combo, a blink deck will generally only win in a casual play group where people aren’t winning very quickly. My Mairsil, the Pretender deck is basically a blink deck. The deck has a card that doesn’t involve an infinite combo, Tree of Perdition to set their life total to 4... usually gets the job done.
But moral of the story, the combo doesn’t have to be infinite. But if there’s no combo at all in the blink deck, it’s probably a bad deck.
1 month ago
1 month ago
An example for each from the ones I have gone through. Let me know if my reasoning is still not clear or if you disagree with any of them.
SE- Deputy of Acquittals and Dream Stalker. They have the same effect and that effect does not provide any unusual advantage with multiples. I guess this is a subreason of NSI, but I have seen it often enough that it feels like it might be something to take note of as a way people are misusing the combo syntax. Just making a list of cards that have the same or similar effects.
MI- Korozda Guildmage and Neheb, the Eternal and Tree of Perdition. This code would be used exclusively for "combos" with three or more pieces. Korozda Guildmage and Tree of Perdition have a synergistic interaction. Neheb, the Eternal and Tree of Perdition have a synergistic interaction. The three cards together do not have a further interaction than the two separate two card interactions.
2 months ago
@jager69 - yep! I'm really going to add that to my deck.. I haven't been able to get one yet, because of my busy schedule.. but thanks!
@RalZarek77 - Glory Bearers is not good imo.. It doesn't do anything on its own, and for 4 mana creature, Tree of Perdition or Indomitable Ancients are way better.. and Athreos, Shroud-Veiled is kinda slow.. 6 mana that can protect one permanent on your end step, which can be solved by one opponent casting 2-3 mana single removal spell.. Also being indestructible, it's going to be hard to remove, and when I have no creatureson my battlefield due to a mass removal spell, I'm going to be forced to put coin counters on enemies creatures, since there's no "may" in it's triggered ability.. It's great for politics though, I'll give it that.. Grasping Giant is interesting enough.. I'll think about that.. Thanks for the suggestions!
2 months ago
Archfiend of Depravity and Wound Reflection trigger EACH end step and do not care why an opponent lost life or if they gained life later in the turn. Ex. You have either card out. Bob plays a shockland untapped and attacks George for 5 damage with lifelink. On Bob's endstep he loses 2 life, and George loses 5 life.