Warrior's Oath


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

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Portal Three Kingdoms Rare

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Warrior's Oath


Take an extra turn after this one. At the end of that turn, you lose the game.

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Warrior's Oath Discussion

EgyptianSpaceGamer on Can I Reverberate a Warrior's ...

4 days ago

acbooster That of course would only work in a duel situation. None of these situations really ensure a win, because spells like Warrior's Oath create a delayed triggered that (of course) can be countered. In a perfect world, you would cast Oath, with a Hive Mind and a "recurrable" Mindslaver effect, or Time Stop effect like Epochalyptik suggested.

BlueScope on Can I Reverberate a Warrior's ...

4 days ago

What you're looking for is is a combination of Time Warp, which targets a player and can be redirected, and Warrior's Oath, which has that player lose the game. The obvious thing here is that no card with "target player takes an extra turn, then loses the game" exists, as half the strategies would be to cheat this card out on the first turn.

Hive Mind is usually the go-to card for this kind of win condition, but only because you can use it in combination with Pact of Negation (or similar cards), which avoid giving extra turns while creating the predicament of losing the game unless you can produce a certain kind of mana.

EgyptianSpaceGamer on Can I Reverberate a Warrior's ...

4 days ago

Your Reverberate will copy Warrior's Oath, but can not choose new targets because Oath does not specify a target in the oracle text. What you're looking for is Hive Mind, my friend :)

GorehoundABB on Can I Reverberate a Warrior's ...

5 days ago

In a situation where I cast a Reverberate / Fork effect with a Warrior's Oath on the stack can I use target my opponent with the copied Warrior's Oath so that they would be able to receive the effect?

Or will I receive the copied spell since Warrior's Oath does not specify a target in the text.

Rhadamanthus on Hive Mind and Glorious End

3 weeks ago

For Final Fortune/Last Chance/Warrior's Oath, you do need to figure out some way of skipping the extra turn or otherwise not losing. An extra turn gets created in front of any other extra turns that have already been created but haven't started yet. This means the most recently created extra turn will always be taken first. No matter whose turn it is, the original spell that triggered Hive Mind will always resolve last (i.e. after all the copies). This is the extra turn that will be taken first.

The_Disco on Hive Mind and Glorious End

3 weeks ago

I'm working on a deck utilizing a similar Hive Mind combo. Try out Final Fortune, Last Chance, or Warrior's Oath instead. Depending on how it works with the stack, you may need some method of skipping your extra turn.

JagDogger2525 on D's Burn Deck

5 months ago

Yo . . . . Final Fortune - never knew a card like that was around - same with Last Chance and Warrior's Oath

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