Warping Wail


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Hero Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Heirloom Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Oath of the Gatewatch (OGW) Uncommon

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Warping Wail


*( represents colourless mana.)

Choose one —

  • Exile target creature with power or toughness 1 or less.
  • Counter target sorcery spell.
  • Put a 1/1 colourless Eldrazi Scion creature token onto the battlefield. It has "Sacrifice this creature: Add to your mana pool.

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Warping Wail Discussion

Frost65s on Meek Eggs

1 day ago

Tutors are always a good option, but I didn't add any because of the strong card draw engine that is possible through the KCI basis. The protection is something I forgot about mostly, because most of the permanents are expendable. There is Avacyn, Angel of Hope and Darksteel Forge, but adding more protection is never bad. Beside counterspells in white, like Rebuff the Wicked, Dawn Charm, or even Warping Wail, I think blink spells could be used, such as Cloudshift, but I'm not a fan of such protection without an Isochron Scepter. Beside that, theres no extra value gained from them. I wouldn't use Whispersilk Cloak since it gives your creature shroud, but instead stick whit hexproof with Mask of Avacyn or Swiftfoot Boots. You can even go a step further and add an Leonin Abunas, but I think the deck doesn't need too much protection, beside the combo.

SandalBandit on Fungus Amongus

1 week ago

Warping Wail looks really fun and will catch my group off guard for sure. Heroic Intervention is definitely something I'll try and pick up after the holidays as well. I think I'm gonna grab Wrap in Vigor as a solid stopgap until I snag heroic intervention. Thanks for the help!

hkhssweiss on Fungus Amongus

1 week ago

@chilbi No worries I was super surprised when my friend used that card against me on my extra turn deck. I was like nah Selesnya doesn't have anything that can stop me when I go off...in response to you casting Expropriate, casting Warping Wail...wait...what...(reads card)...WTF...THAT IS SO JANK...I LOVE IT. From there on Warping Wail has been a card in our meta.

I was so surprised, I almost walked out of the my LGS, good memories. To this day my friends bring up my reaction to it haha

chilbi on Fungus Amongus

1 week ago

@hkhssweiss: Nice tech with Warping Wail, I definitely wasn't aware of that one.

hkhssweiss on Fungus Amongus

1 week ago


You might have to run some more non-basic lands to make this work like Temple of the False God, Twilight Mire, or High Market, but Warping Wail can stop board wipes as most board wipes are sorcery speed. Fresh Meat although it doesn't make saprolings is a good tech against boardwipes if you feel one coming along. Aside from that as what chilbi mentioned, Heroic Intervention is your best way.

Hope that helps!

vomitpile on Green Eldrazi

3 weeks ago

Thought-Knot Seer would be a strong inclusion, you could fit World Breaker in too, Warping Wail, Dismember and Walking Ballista should be considered as more general answer type cards

Duke.Fleed on G/B Tron

1 month ago

Sideboarding is one of the most difficult skills in magic, because it requires you to make an accurate prediction of the meta-game of the event you are attending. What I would suggest to you, since I am assuming you do not have any first or second round buys, is prepare for a wide field rather than the top tier deck lists. Tron is inherently powerful, so thankfully you can win by default against weird off brand decks. Therefore, you should identify the archetypes that give you the most trouble and attempt to prepare for those. If there is a certain archetype that asks you to devote more than 3-4 sideboard slots to it, it is possible that you may have to forgo that matchup all together and just hope not to run into it. However, if you can alter those slots to also attack other archetypes then that is always the best option. Flexibility is much more important than precision in general, but in tron especially since your plan A is so powerful. With all that said, I would opt for the Warping Wail over the Crucible of Worlds for the flexibility factor. And just remember, to bring lots of high energy snacks and lots of water!! GLHF.

Redhorn on Finit Hic Deus

1 month ago

Ill check that out JKRice thank you. Any suggestions for what I should get rid of? Warping Wail?

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