Wave of Reckoning

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Commander 2016 (C16) Rare
Mercadian Masques (MMQ) Rare

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Wave of Reckoning

Sorcery

Each creature deals damage to itself equal to its power.

Wave of Reckoning Discussion

lil_cheez on Gisela, Angel Smackdown

1 month ago

Terminus is really sick, but any thoughts on Wave of Reckoning ? If you have Gisela or Avacyn out, your creatures won't be affected

Sebastian_Temples on Now you're playing with Toughness

4 months ago

If you're on the look out for more control-y includes cards from the Fiend Hunter family (o-rings on sticks,) are almost always big butts in the 1/3 range, Gaddock Teeg , is a nice include but you'd need to switch up your sig to include him: so far I've found that dealing twenty consistently with this type of deck is relatively easy and Triumph of the Hordes is a bit of overkill that's likely get you hated out so switching to something else for the Teeg include (which shuts off almost every other deck at the table, since planeswalkers are more often than not cmc 4+) might be worth considering its.

In my experience, the deck is weak to board wipes and removal, which is why my signature spell is Heroic Intervention : the beauty of Teferi's Protection but at a discount.

Champion of Lambholt is nice evasion since you strategy is to puke creatures on the board. Semi-asymetric boardwipes like Dusk//Dawn and Wave of Reckoning are also really good, but remember that if you play Teeg, they nonbo; Magus of the Disk is a 2/4 board wipe on theme that Teeg doesn't turn off though.

Hunter's Insight and Mentor of the Meek are really strong card draw for the deck, and because your curve is so low to the ground, you can probably most often afford to tax one for the cantrip.

Bar the Door and Tower Defense are the strongest pump spells this type of deck can run that I'm aware of. Village Bell-Ringer is also an on theme combat trick for the deck.

Assault Formation is a nice alternative to your oathbreaker in case she gets removed or worse Imprisoned in the Moon .

Stirring Wildwood is a land. Growing Rites of Itlimoc  Flip is a billion green mana once it flips.

Indomitable Ancients is a four drop 2/10, and Skinshifter is a 1/1 for 1G with G: become an 0/8 uet.

Rhox Faithmender is the reason my record life total with the deck is 120 (three activations of Huatli for 11 doubled is 88 life plus starting life total and a net twelve life from somewhere).

Mirage Mirror is a second copy of anything in your or your opponents decks.

and lastly, Joven's Ferrets is a meme.

seshiro_of_the_orochi on The oathbreaker commander ideas forum

5 months ago

SynergyBuild: how can approach be the wincon? It has to be cast from your hand to win the game.

I'm currently pondering some lists.

Huatli, the Sun's Heart + Wave of Reckoning seems funfair.

Nissa, Who Shakes the World + Sylvan Awakening . Might be nice.

carpecanum on Donald Trump's Wet Dream

6 months ago

Wave of Reckoning , Fell the Mighty , Crackdown and Meekstone

I've had a lot of luck with Mirrorweave . I let Arcades die then turn all my walls into something horrible while their stuff is tapped. Also good to turn all their stuff into walls that cause no damage while mine kill everything they block

K4m4r0 on Nobody has the intention of building a Wall

6 months ago

No problem. It is a bit strange to read, it simply means if some other effect would happen Wave of Reckoning for example, they wouldn't kill themself. They only "deal damage with their toughness value" but their power will never change because of the abilites from Arcades or High Alert.

HobbyGamer007 on Nobody has the intention of building a Wall

7 months ago

Wall of Deceit is a 2 Mana 5/5 that draws a card as it enters. That is really good. It doesn't really need an additional effect. The only other 2cmc wall that is able to compete at this cost is Thing in the Ice  Flip, as a simple scyfall search can show. Thing in the Ice  Flip might be an interesting experiment, but I can't really tell without knowing the meta if you even want the flip effect and if you can control when it happens enough.

Silence is really bad in commander, if you don't plan to win this turn, but I agree, even in creature heavy metas Remove Soul is suboptimal. I would always run Arcane Denial over it and looking at how much blue you have maybe Force of Will .

Also Aura Shards is broken as hell and should be in every deck that has the colors and plays creatures. I would slimply cut a land to play it, at 2.22 average cmc you can easily run 34 Lands.

Also Fetchlands would be great, to make sure you get your dual lands more often, which you will need to reliably play your commander. If you can afford it, run all 9 that hit a color of yours. E.g. Arid Mesa hit's only one of your colors, but can get Hallowed Fountain or Temple Garden so basically any fetchland gets you any color you need. Besides Bloodstained Mire , don't run that one xD

Dusk sucks because it kills the commander, which should always be out if possible, but Slaughter the Strong surely is awesome in here. However it doesn't kill an army of 1/1s so it's not better than Wave of Reckoning , but you could run it over Fell the Mighty if you feel that the cheaper cost is better than the choices you get.

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