You control target player during that player's next turn. Exile Worst Fears. (You see all cards that player could see and make all decisions for the player.)
|Have (3)||metalmagic , Forkbeard , gildan_bladeborn|
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|Journey into Nyx (JOU)||Mythic Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Worst Fears occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%
Worst Fears Discussion
1 month ago
Steal your... Turn?
Not Gonna Lie, this deck looks like its running some Bangers. This list feels like a 7 or 8, but maybe that's just me.
3 months ago
Alright, let's see if maybe this will help. I'm really new to everything on here sorry. //Lands 2 Dismal Backwater 1 Dimir Guildgate 2 Submerged Boneyard 4 Evolving Wilds 2 Desert of the Mindful 1 Arcane Lighthouse 1 Reliquary Tower 1 Temple of the False God
//Spells 4 Duress 2 Ghoulcaller's Chant 3 Macabre Waltz 3 Sleep 4 Slip Through Space 2 Taigam's Scheming 4 Tome Scour 4 Lich's Caress 4 Sovereign's Bite 4 Resourceful Return 3 March of the Returned 1 In Garruk's Wake 1 Army of the Damned 1 Dutiful Return 1 Decompose 1 Worst Fears 1 Rise of the Dark Realms 4 Hubris 4 Countermand 1 Tezzeret's Touch 1 Paranoid Delusions 1 Coerced Confession 2 Mind Sculpt 1 Compelling Argument 1 Index 1 Redirect 1 Dream Twist 2 Gift of Tusks 2 Rewind 3 Thought Scour 2 Psychic Spiral 1 Gigadrowse 4 Negate 1 Overwhelming Denial 1 Dramatic Reversal 1 Impulse 2 Cremate 3 Crypt Incursion 2 Grim Harvest 1 Scarab Feast 1 Grim Return 1 Gravepurge 1 Dark Ritual 4 Font of Return 3 Death's Approach 2 Cast into Darkness 1 Triskaidekaphobia 1 Grave Betrayal 1 Endless Ranks of the Dead 3 Invisibility 2 Curiosity 4 Curse of the Bloody Tome 3 Illusory Wrappings 3 Ice Over 1 Chronic Flooding 1 Navigator's Ruin 1 Chant of the Skifsang 3 Bone Saw 3 Millstone 3 Tormod's Crypt 2 Trepanation Blade 1 Ghoulcaller's Bell 1 Masterwork of Ingenuity 1 Sol Ring 1 Nihil Spellbomb 1 Illusionist's Bracers 1 Codex Shredder 1 Profane Memento 1 Loxodon Warhammer 1 Bonehoard 1 Trusty Machete 1 Mirari 1 Argentum Armor
//Creatures 1 Archetype of Finality 1 Overeager Apprentice 1 Agent of Erebos 1 Butcher Ghoul 1 Risen Executioner 1 Dutiful Attendant 1 Sly Requisitioner 1 Sepulchral Primordial 2 Zombie Assassin 1 Nightmare 1 Marshmist Titan 3 Graven Abomination 4 Workshop Assistant 4 Guardians of Meletis 2 Phyrexian Revoker 2 Ornithopter 1 Juggernaut 2 Veilborn Ghoul 2 Minotaur Abomination 4 Undead Servant 3 Gravedigger 2 Mogis's Marauder 2 Bogstomper 4 Walking Corpse 3 Corpse Hauler 4 Gravewaker 2 Returned Phalanx 3 Faerie Miscreant 1 Master of Predicaments 2 Benthic Giant 1 Stormtide Leviathan 4 Screeching Skaab 2 Seer of the Last Tomorrow 1 Floating-Dream Zubera 3 Fog Bank 1 Possessed Skaab 3 Armored Skaab 2 Murmuring Phantasm 1 Wall of Frost 4 Doorkeeper 1 Clever Impersonator 1 Jace's Mindseeker 1 Oculus 1 Mindshrieker 1 Willbreaker 1 Spellweaver Eternal 1 Wall of Mist 1 Sultai Skullkeeper 1 Diregraf Captain
5 months ago
I agree with alot of what people are saying about exile. Exile is supposed to be the safe place for powerful cards to be gone forever. But I dont think printing Karn, the Great Creator with that added artifact from "exile" part was necessary. You could do some cool broken things with cards that are suppose to remain in exile with Karn, the Great Creator. For instance Ugin's Nexus could get you a bunch of extra turns. But that's nothing compared to what could happen down the road if they continue to go that route. who knows maybe some day Worst Fears could be 20$. Because exile becomes the next best place to keep your strongest card safe because there is no safer place than exile. You can't exile an exiled card. Where do you send cards from exile?
5 months ago
No problem, I'm glad you liked my suggestions.
You have consume spirit, exsanguinae, profame command and torment of hailfire - not including your commander as X-spells. The weakest of them are consume spirit and profane command. The consume spirit lifegain is nice, only black restriction is sometimes annoying and only hits 1 player. Profane reads 1 player loses life and return 1 creature back. Both are not as good as exsanguiante and torment are the better X-spells. I would cut those 2 and add either some more draw or interaction.
Damnable pact is cool but unless you feel you are lacking draw, I would replace it with something less costly on life. Read the Bones, Sign in Blood, Night's Whisper and Syphon Mind. Read the bones and syphon would be my 2 picks.
If you wanted to add more interaction instead/with draw, then consider Mind Twist, Thought Distortion, Worst Fears and Force of Despair. Mind twist is brutal since the discard is random. Discard is one of black's strongest abilities aside from ramp and tutoring. This also baits counterspells. Speaking of counterspells, thought distortion can put in serious work depending on the meta. Shuts down blue completely, is partial grave hate and best of all can't be countered. Worst fears can just win you the game against another black player using their toxic deluge or necro. Moreover, you get all their information (hand, morphs, etc...) and can use their resources against them all the while depriving them of their turn. Lastly, force of despair allows you to interact while tapped out, very powerful to bluff interaction. I usually use it on opposing commanders or if my opponents get out field of the dead and a bunch of zombies in 1 turn.
Imp's Mischief- You already run this, it's one of my favorite black cards. Just note it changes any target, including but not limited to targeted..... removal, draw, extra turns and more. Moreover, it counters counterspells. You spend 20+ mana on your commander, just for it to get countered sucks. You could always add Cavern of Souls if blue is an issue in the meta (also helps magus) and can even be used on eldrazi for kozilek. But if that's not an option, in response to their counterspell on your commander, you cast imp's mischief changing the target of the counterspell to imp's mischief. Mischief resolves. Counterspell trys to resolve but fails to resolve since the target (imp's mischief) is gone/illegal. Your commander resolves, eating the blue player alive.
I saw you were upvoting my decks, you should check out My Deck as I am a mono black fiend. My deck revolves around interaction and tutoring (with all the good tutors) into coffers and urborg. Then use candelabra and others to untap coffers.
6 months ago
I am not sure the black splash is worth it just to mainboard Vraska and side in creature hate. Tron doesn't really have problems against other creature decks. If you're going to run with the black splash anyway then you should go all the way with it and have some fun. Here are some cards I think would really fun with this deck idea, you could take out some Once Upon a Time or a couple creature removal cards for it:
maybe Rune-Scarred Demon ,
When I play Tron I just use green though.
9 months ago
EDH is really fun! Especially when you make a deck around a theme. I've made a similar Grixis theft deck with Jeleva. Here's a bunch of cards I have found fun and effective in my Grixis theft deck:
Emrakul, the Promised End , Gonti, Lord of Luxury , Grenzo, Havoc Raiser , Havengul Lich , Hostage Taker , Keiga, the Tide Star , Kheru Mind-Eater , Lord of the Void , Mindclaw Shaman , Necrotic Ooze , Nightveil Specter , Sepulchral Primordial , Sphinx Ambassador , Boneyard Parley , Knowledge Exploitation , Mnemonic Betrayal , Order of Succession , Role Reversal , Talent of the Telepath , Telemin Performance , Worst Fears , Commandeer , Desertion , Gather Specimens , Redirect , Reverberate , Spelljack , Wild Ricochet , Chaos Wand , Nicol Bolas, Planeswalker
11 months ago
I would definitly choose Panoptic Mirror . Imprint it with Worst Fears in a Sen Triplets deck and your opponent never gets to play. I understand that its super OP with extra turn effects and the like. But I think that its mana intensive enough not to have a supper crippling impact on the format.
11 months ago
According to the Gatherer for Worst Fears :
4/26/2014: Multiple player-controlling effects that affect the same player overwrite each other. The last one to be created is the one that works.
So in your example, the effect of player two overwrites player one's. Player two will control player three during their next turn.