Worship

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Format Legality
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Pauper Legal

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Set Rarity
Masterpiece Series: Amonkhet Invocations Common
Ninth Edition Rare
Eighth Edition Rare
Seventh Edition Rare
Urza's Saga Rare

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Worship

Enchantment

If you control a creature, damage that would reduce your life total to less than 1 reduces it to 1 instead.

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Worship Discussion

MRDOOM3 on Daxos EDH

2 days ago

Enduring Ideal is a really nice way to get your enchantments out on the field, but isn't very synergistic with Daxos, Blightcaster, or Celestial Ancient.

Have you considered curses such as Curse of Exhaustion, Curse of Misfortunes, Curse of Thirst, Trespasser's Curse, or Cruel Reality?

Athreos, God of Passage and Debtors' Knell are also really nice reanimators.

Starfield of Nyx and Opalescence are also really nice in enchantment decks.

Sphere of Safety, Blind Obedience, and Koskun Falls can also help build up your pillowfort.

You also can run Extinguish All Hope for a wipe that doesn't affect the spirits summoned by Daxos.

Worship and is nice as well.

Firebones675 on Puck out! (Flicker deck)

1 week ago

As I said, the deck i think still stands without the combo, it was just something i wanted to let you know existed. I disagree with what you said about losing second round. Unless you're playing dredge, people only usually have a few cards they bring in, or else they risk diluting their deck. Even if they bring in a way to destroy panharmonicon and do so, your deck is still capable of winning and you have an eternal witness anyway. Also your argument can be used against any deck not just combo. Against an aggressive burn deck full of Lightning Bolts, you can bring in Leyline of Sanctity. Against a control deck full of counterspells, a Defense Grid slows them down significantly etc. There are some hate cards like Rest in Peace that shut down certain combo decks down entirely while in play, but I can't think of any commonly (or uncommonly) played ones that are impossible for you to win through other than Worship and a creature with hexproof but then i think you couldn't win that game easily anyways.

Again i think staying away from combo is a perfectly valid decision, as having combo pieces that don't do anything by themselves can lead to awkward hands, but people will likely have sideboard cards for you regardless.

Flickerwisp doesn't work in the infinite combo unfortunately as the exiled card comes back at the end of the turn instead of immediately.

As for cuts, between the angels and displacers giving you 8 ways to flicker, I think you can shave 1-2 cloudshifts (you could also try to find room for them in the sideboard and bring them in against decks playing a lot of removal but i don't think that's super necessary

escesare on Wrath of the Gods

1 week ago

Oh can't believe I missed those. Worship is definitely going in. Isn't Privileged Position strictly better than Asceticism here? Also are there any advantages to running Aspect of Mongoose over Lightning Greaves?

Oketra the True is just there because we desperately need more indestructible creatures, especially if we're adding even more of these creatures-matter cards. Maybe Oath of Nissas would help us find copies of the better gods?

Izu_Korasu on Wrath of the Gods

1 week ago

why is Oketra the True in the list? with mostly legendary creatures its almost impossible to attack/block and when you can ... your probably already winning. (unless your 3+ consists of mostly oketra tokens, then your probably way behind) so more board wipes (like damnation) would be a better use of that slot.

also Worship seems like a good fit here (especially against combo), also cards like Asceticism/Privileged Position/Alpha Authority/Aspect of Mongoose may help with your removal problem.

Wurmlover on Build-a-Spike

1 week ago

Worship is not worth it here. its a waste of $20 in here. I mean, unless there's something I'm missing?

TheRedGoat on

2 weeks ago

So I do feel a good suggestion for the deck would be the additions of Wall of Mulch and Wall of Omens. Personally I see Wall of Roots and Worship as your weakest spots in the deck, but you wouldn't have to do a play-set of the wall of mulch so you could just sideboard some of worship.

Kyle_Munzy on Build-a-Spike

3 weeks ago

With all of your creatures susceptible to removal I think that Worship as fun as it is needs to be relegated to the sideboard for aggro or non removal opponents. Fun deck though +1

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