Vendetta

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Rise of the Eldrazi (ROE) Common
Mercadian Masques (MMQ) Common

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Vendetta

Instant

Destroy target nonblack creature. It can't be regenerated. You lose life equal to that creature's toughness.

Vendetta Discussion

captainamerica on $50 Budget Inalla wizards

4 weeks ago

Then, if you have one or can fit it into your budget, Isochron Scepter is a card you want. Smack your reversal on it (the imprint ability) and you get 2+ activations of inalla every turn.

I'd take Doom Blade over Vendetta if I could. Your deck feels a bit light on removal, and I don't know if that's intentional.

A very dirty, and very situational, card you might consider is Anathemancer . I have a couple of friends who play 3-5 colors and it helps me keep pace with their access to the best of everything. It's also significantly more friendly than Price of Progress , and it can make for some fun politics at the table.

bimjowen on Greven Prototype

3 months ago

Oh, also, Reanimate . Life loss and get a dude! Win-win!

Maybe Vendetta as a way to buff Greven?

Tree of Perdition to bring someone into killable range with Greven?

Okay, I'm officially out of ideas. This was all without checking EDHREC!

M_Malcom on G/B Counters (Budget)

5 months ago

microactive

Fatal Push isn’t that good in this deck because of the lack of fetches. Without those you can’t trigger revolt on cue and thus would only hit the first couple turns of the game. Smother or Vendetta basically can hit everything and cost a dime.

ClockworkSwordfish on Rogue Throng

5 months ago

You might like Changeling Outcast over Prickly Boggart, just for that extra assurance against any black decks.

Murder also seems pretty slow for a deck this fast-paced. Something cheaper like Devour in Shadow , Vendetta or even Snuff Out might be preferable to take its place. Or you could just forget removal entirely and go completely all-out, putting in something like Morsel Theft as a cheap way to whittle down your opponent's life without losing a card.

Partycobble on Neheb Minotaur-Discard

5 months ago

Cool deck,but I think Neheb, Dreadhorde Champion has to be in this deck. Ghastly Demise , and Vendetta are also pretty good removal.

DuTogira on Vendetta in Modern

6 months ago

I think rather than asking “where can’t I use this?” It’s better to ask “where is Vendetta good?”

Against big creature decks, it’s bad in multiples, as you will just end up killing your self with it.
Against aggro it’s bad because your life total matters a lot.
Against control it’s probably fine.
Against combo it’s likely fine.

So... Vendetta is a creature removal spell that is at its worst against creature-centric decks, and at its best against decks that win by some mean other than creature combat (and therefore leverage creatures incidentally -control- or indirectly -combo-). That’s a really awkward spot for a modern removal spell to be in.

Funkydiscogod on Vendetta in Modern

6 months ago

Why doesn't the card Vendetta see more play in Modern? Is it the life loss that scares people away?

If we look at the most played creatures in Modern, the black ones are:

So, yeah there are a few creatures that it doesn't get, but is that enough to make it unplayable? It seems like a relatively short list of modern-playable creatures that it can't hurt.

I mean, yeah, occasionally a Grim Flayer will murder your face off, but what do you guys think? How would Vendetta perform in the current metagame?

l0cal_gh0st on Oops, All Removal - Skullbriar Voltron Control

7 months ago

Thanks for the comments everyone! Blossoming Defense is definitely going in the deck, I haven't been able to find one for some reason, guess I'll have to order it online. As for whether or not the deck can be competitive, I would agree that in a full competitive meta that this deck might have some issues, but so far in local tournaments, Skullbriar has gone undefeated (6-0) so it can at least hold its own against other fairly competitive decks. Now to the card recommendations:

-I definitely prefer Toxic Deluge to the Languish I have in the deck (I'm also working on getting a Damnation ) -I'm not a big fan of putting in Fatal Push (not running sac outlets to trigger Revolt), Beast Within (creates a blocker), or Bane of Progress (mana cost is high) -I wouldn't mind dropping Reclamation Sage for Natural State -I already have a Dismember in the deck (love that card) - Cursed Totem is going in for sure as well as Vendetta - Tangle Wire has actually been one of my favorite cards to play in the deck, I can stack the triggers at the beginning of my upkeep so that I always tap 1 less than my opponents and it can also target itself so i can tap another 1 less. This is really good at stalling the game once I have Skullbriar out so that they can't create blockers while I keep swinging every turn -Finally, while I agree that some of the hand hate and removal spells aren't the greatest, where this deck excels is the quantity of these in the deck to the point where i can consistently have my opponent top-decking and creatureless ( Icy Manipulator , Blackmail , and Despise will all probably come out as I get better cards though)

Thanks again, you guys made some really good points and I'll be buying some of those cards later today!

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