Wave of Indifference

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Custom Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage 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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Onslaught (ONS) Common

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Wave of Indifference

Sorcery

X target creatures can't block this turn.

Wave of Indifference Discussion

McToters on The Pirates Booty

2 months ago

I LOVE this deck! Lol we both have pirate decks with “Booty” in the name. If you are interested check mine out here.

My theme, while also pirates, only focuses on the pirates with ETB effects since they synergize better with Marchesa. I really wanted to use Beckett Brass which is who I started out as with commander but I couldn’t make the deck play well enough. I like your build a lot more than what I had when I was using BB. Just some thoughts to help make your pirates more elusive: Panic Attack , Outmaneuver , Wave of Indifference , Nemesis Mask , and Breaker of Armies type effects should work pretty well. Obviously a card like Panic Attack isn’t great but just trying to suggest something different. In the vein of Coat of Arms there is also Shared Animosity . Kindred Discovery is great draw for a deck like this too!

Awesome deck! +1

McToters on Pillage & Plunder

1 year ago

Arcane Adaptation or Conspiracy will help you keep your tribal theme as far as creatures go.

If you want things to help trigger the "unblocked pirates" part of BB's abilities I would recommend Demoralize, Wave of Indifference, Panic Attack, Outmaneuver and Bedlam.

For another wincon you'll definitely want a Mechanized Production.

Deadeye Navigator could go well with Prosperous Pirates or any of the others that produce treasures when the enter the battlefield.

I love the pirate tribal! +1 I run my pirate deck with Marchesa as commander.

babushkasara on Cut X Heads Off, X More Shall Take Its Place

1 year ago

Hardened Scales? I was surprised not to see it on the list. I would remove Wave of Indifference because you have so much trample anyway.

wdftre111 on Bada-bing Zada-boom!

2 years ago

Rando sorcery suggestions. I'm not sure if mechanics work the way I assume, so some of these may be worse or better than I initially assumed. Press into Service, Chandra's Ignition, Seize the Day, Rekindled Flame, Panic Attack, Make Mischief, Heat Shimmer, Harness by Force, Wave of Indifference, Firestorm, Assault Strobe, Collective Defiance, Needle Drop, Aleatory.

Alkadron on

2 years ago

The most OP cards you can pair with Krenko are: anything that untaps him.

Thornbite Staff goes infinite with any sac engine.

Sword of the Paruns goes infinite with any sac-for-mana engine.

If infinite's not your style (I used to play Krenko, and I discovered that it wasn't my style - I always felt like I'd robbed everyone of a good game whenever I went infinite), there are other options.

Magewright's Stone is outstanding. Thousand-Year Elixir is better. Rings of Brighthearth is best of all. Illusionist's Bracers are a poor substitute, but still phenomenal.

I would make your goblins' power your top priority: Goblin Pyromancer is actually really good, if your board has haste. Shared Animosity is going to be Coat of Arms one day when it grows up, and both belong in Krenko decks.

I wouldn't worry so much about stuff like Wave of Indifference or Stun - just let the dudes get blocked, they're super expendable.

PlutoniumWedding on Rosheen the XXX Parody

2 years ago

I feel like you probably wouldn't want to dilute your main strategy of playing huge creatures by adding too many support cards. Giving everyone trample but having no hydras to punch with is no fun. I think that between five and seven is a pretty good number, as you should draw at least one most games but not end up stuck with too many. Personally I wouldn't count Garruk Wildspeaker, though, since he has to survive an entire turn just to do it once, and can only do it once every five turns maximum, even if your opponents generously leave him alone.

With that said there's a few more ways to get damage through that you might want to consider if you find that your opponents often have too much blocking ability.

Siege Behemoth and Predatory Focus are basically super-trample. Your creatures will still take damage and you could play Dolmen Gate to mitigate this, of course, but your creatures tend to be huge anyway so it probably won't be necessary.

One fun card is Hydra Omnivore, which lets you choose the opponent with the weakest defence to attack, but deal damage to everyone regardless. It has no specific synergy with your general, but can sometimes be an instant win with Xenagos, God of Revels and a weakened opponent or something to give it trample.

There's also plenty of cards in red that just flat out prevent your enemies from blocking, like Barrage of Boulders, which also clears tokens, Destructive Tampering, which can also remove annoying artefacts, Seismic Elemental, which is also another beater, Tectonic Rift, which is probably an upgrade to your Stone Rain even with the cost increase, or Wave of Indifference, which works well with your commander.

On a different topic, Omnath, Locus of Mana is also kind of borderline for your budget, but especially if he's out early he lets you stockpile excess mana between casting fatties. Unfortunately, Rosheen's is colourless and can't be stored.

A Temur ramp deck with Rosheen and Kruphix, God of Horizons would be interesting...

Another ramp option is Animist's Awakening, which should do well with Rosheen.

Speaking of X spells, I'm very surprised not to see Genesis Hydra on the list. Enshrined Memories may also be a solid draw card.

Finally, a very good card to play with all your big tramplers is Bow of Nylea, because of how deathtouch and trample interact. Basically each enemy creature will only be able to block a single point of damage. It also has utility uses and if you are out of cards at least lets you use your mana to grow your creatures a bit each turn.

Sorry for the wall of text. Hope this is at least a little bit helpful.

Bovine073 on None

3 years ago

Ocarina500, Wave of Indifference was on here, but was cycled out. Maybe it will make its way back in if there is enough demand.

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