Warp World


Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
2010 Core Set (M10) Rare
Tenth Edition (10E) Rare
Ravnica: City of Guilds (RAV) Rare

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Warp World


Each player shuffles all permanents he or she owns into his or her library, then reveals that many cards from the top of his or her library. Each player puts all artifact, creature, and land cards revealed this way onto the battlefield, then does the same for enchantment cards, then puts all cards revealed this way that weren't put onto the battlefield on the bottom of his or her library.

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Warp World Discussion

CricketYT on Chaos with Norin

1 day ago

i love this type of deck, you gotta cop a Warp World though

Postmortal_Pop on How mean is "too mean" ...

4 weeks ago

My go to choice when people say I cant destroy land is to play Mycosynth Lattice and either Scrap Mastery or March of the Machines. "I never destroyed your land, I moved them or let them die on their own accord."

As for "too mean," I feel it's relative to the game at hand, and as a now strictly mono red Daretti player, I would say this was not a fair match. Red is absolutely the worst mono color in EDH, and land destruction helps balance the game in matches where you drop turn 5 Avacyn.

That said, I would heavily suggest making a copy of your deck that plays chaos effects. After a match where you've spent the whole game playing things like Scrambleverse, Omen Machine, And Warp World Players are a lot more likely to hear you out about land destruction.

Ziembski on In the Lab of the Mad Scientists

1 month ago

Rabid_Wombat of course there are other.

Hitting Eternal Dominion and Decree of Annihilation is probably win since You are picking value of opponents libraries while everyone else have nothing.

Soul Conduit + Treasonous Ogre mean You can pay almost your whole life and switch it with someone elses.

Scrambleverse/Thieves' Auction + Brand often makes everyone else scoop.

Warp World + Gather Specimens is also crazy good and often end games.

Other simple cards that win games late are Insurrection and Disrupt Decorum.

This deck doesn't really aim straight to win, more just to make fun games. You can also win with long painful games making everyone into topdeck mode while killing everyone slowly with Creeping Dread and Gibbering Descent.

Once, I "won" using Head Games and Worst Fears at opponent. Gave him all combo pieces to hand and won while controlling him. At least it felt like winning :D

majorappliance on Warpworld (R/G)

1 month ago

i have a 5-color Warp World deck, and whats fun is running Wort, the Raidmother to conspire the warp world.

TheAmazingSalsa on Maelstrom Wants a Huggy Wuggy

1 month ago

Honestly, this looks too chaotic to be a grouphug deck... I'd suggest going either full chaos or full grouphug... I've had a chaos deck that run most of the cards you're running, but I ended up giving up on it after realizing that people loved the concept of a chaos deck, but didn't have much fun playing against it. Shared Fate is too annoying and will end up making your play group pissed off at the card, Thieves' Auction and Warp World makes them concede before it even takes effect, and so forth...

I suggest going full grouphug, I used to run a Xira Arien group hug that I transitioned to a Yidris, Maelstrom Wielder just for the extra color, it's fun and it accelerates the game, people tend to not see you as a threat and keep trying to win while you just build up your ultimate wincon (usually a well timed Repay in Kind followed by a Fireball when all lands are generating 6+ mana)

TheRedGoat on Army of Mushrooms and Friends on Mushrooms

1 month ago

So are you willing to play chaotic effects? I say because I suggest a particular wombo-combo I pulled off once in my own Gruul group hug deck that went about playing Warp World into The Great Aurora. All of which occurred after already landing myself with 60 tokens off of Tempt with Vengeance.

Needless to say, I beat face after that (though my commander was Xenagos so not in the same way as what you have here).

I really do feel like tokens decks can abuse those "board wipes" better than other decks because of how much bigger your physical board state can be compared to others early on.

ImtheRealBear on

2 months ago

Grip of Chaos, Eye of the Storm and Warp World are neat chaos cards. Pairing Eye of the Storm and Hive Mind together gets crazy.

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