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Split second (As long as this spell is on the stack, players can't play spells or activated abilities that aren't mana abilities.)
Counter target activated or triggered ability. If a permanent's ability is countered this way, activated abilities of that permanent can't be played this turn. (Mana abilities can't be targeted.)
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1 day ago
I almost feel like it's more fair. This Emrakul is countered by Disallow + Disallow, Stifle + Rout, Trickbind + Counterspell, and so much more! OG Emrakul is only countered by Stifle + Rout and a few other things.
This Emrakul is easier to deal with hardcast, but harder to deal with resolved.
1 day ago
Lack of instants and protection worries me in a creature heavy deck. Sure you can bring zombies back, but possibly not quickly enough, and especially since your easiest win-con involves just having a boat load of zombies. I would suggest trimming down the creatures or artifacts a smidge, and stocking a few cards like Part the Veil or Time Stop or Trickbind in order to make good use of blue control in a pinch.
1 week ago
Unfortunately I believe Primeval Titan is banned in Commander.
Love Kruphix though, always looking for different cards I can play in my own! Mystic Speculation seems super cool, I should try it out.
I think Seedborn Muse is a card you can pick up. It's not likely going to be dropping in price, so if budget is a concern then Murkfiend Liege is also a possible inclusion. Omnath, Locus of Mana is also a great way to store colored mana, which can sometimes be relevant, while providing you with a large body to beat face with. I also feel like there is a significant lack of counterspells in the deck. Forbid is a great card if you can draw a bunch of cards off of conSphinx or something. But at least a Counterspell, Arcane Denial, Muddle the Mixture or even a Mystic Snake. Additionally, Voidslime, Disallow, and Trickbind are also catch-all answers to that can save you in various scenarios.
2 weeks ago
3 out of those 4 cards say that they cannot target mana abilities, but Summary Dismissal does not have that clause. What can it target that the other ones can't?
Do these kinds of cards also work on triggers from enchantments and artifacts like Grave Pact?
4 weeks ago
if youre looking for an answer to emrakul in blue try using Trickbind it counters his triggered ability of the reshuffle and its split second so it cant be countered.
and for ways around Leyline of Sanctity in blue your best bet is Set Adrift for actually being able to get rid of it. Echoing Truth puts it back in the hand for them to recast so its not a true answer unless you can mill the entire deck while its in the hand
1 month ago
It's going pretty great, actually. I ended up losing against a Talrand Counterspell deck. He ran 35 counterspells. Hardly any of my stuff resolved. Then he dropped a Consecrated Sphinx, and that won him the game. I might look into getting one of those. However on a more positive note I was able to beat 3 people when I was at 1 life. A lot of that was politicking, but by the end I had like 23 cards in hand after being left alone for so long and I just took over from there. Even got to Trickbind a Staff of Nin that was gonna kill me. However, lately this deck has just started to look more and more controlly, and less deceivingly controlly. I don't know why that is, but I'll let you know when I figure it out.
1 month ago
I was recently tasked with getting the community at my LGS familiar enough with modern so that modern events can be ran without the more meta decks running rampant, and reigning supreme. As such, one of the things I thought of was a list of cards that act as a functional counter to the more expensive modern cards. Unfortunately, for quite a few cards and strategies I came at a blank.
So, to the point: I ask you, the community of TappedOut, this: can you help me put together a list of relatively cheap cards that act as as counters to certain cards? ($6 at maximum)
Trickbind: counters storm (target the storm trigger)