Wrangle

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Custom Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Aether Revolt (AER) Common

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Wrangle

Sorcery

Gain control of target creature with power 4 or less until end of turn. Untap that creature. It gains haste until end of turn.

Wrangle Discussion

Alkadron on Reap and Sow PDH

2 months ago

Hello! I'm a huge fan of Mayhem Devil.

Some thoughts:

1) I feel like cards that only generate bursts of mana will typically disappoint you. The Devil generally ends up in more of a control position than aggro, so spending entire cards on a burst of mana typically won't put you far ahead.

2) Giving the Devil Deathtouch is absurd. Consider Bladebrand and Touch of Moonglove to give yourself blowout turns, or Maze Abomination and Aspect of Gorgon if you want something more permanent.

3) Sacrificing your own creatures for value is good... but have you considered sacrificing other people's stuff? Crack the Earth and Tremble are insane with the devil. Act of Treason effects like Wrangle and Traitorous Blood are also great: steal a creature, beat someone with it, then sacrifice it instead of giving it back. Fun for the whole family.

Bokamoso on A Song of Spikes & Ire (by B.R.R. Martin)

8 months ago

After re-reading Nettle Drone , the blip about Wrangle is a weak synergy. Disregard that. Wrangle would actually have much more potential in a build that utilizes sac outlets.

Bokamoso on A Song of Spikes & Ire (by B.R.R. Martin)

8 months ago

That is a good question about Battered Golem .

The way I see it is: Disciple of the Vault , Reckless Fireweaver and Nettle Drone are your baseline. From there you have at least two directions you can go and would need to choose. Either you go with Battered Golem , Voltaic Servant and Viridian Longbow for tap/untap strategy or you manipulate sacrifice/recursion with cards like Costly Plunder , Myr Servitor and Workshop Assistant . One build could better utilize Nettle Drone (¿with cards like Wrangle to untap?) while the other takes more advantage of Disciple of the Vault . If I built the deck, I would explore the recursion route but I won't say for sure that would be better than Battered Golem ; you might have to playtest to know, but I figure you'd have to choose and focus one strategy.

Bokamoso on Can I Borrow a Cup of Sugar?

1 year ago

I like the idea but there are some obvious problems with this deck. For example, you have no way of using Kheru Dreadmaw's ability because you have no way of producing green mana. There are also cards flagged as illegal in Modern.

In addition, the mana costs of the spells are too high to be effective in the format. You should eliminate the high CMC cards and replace them with lower cost alternatives. Consider Wrangle for example.

Great idea. Find spells that use the same strategy at a lower CMC and I believe you can build a much more competitive deck.

Funkydiscogod on Steal and Sacrifice

1 year ago

I'm not sure how many things I can recommend that will make the gimmick easier, but I can recommend things to make it more absurd.

Back in Alara/Zendikar standard, I ran a Jund-colored control and sacrifice deck that used Ooze Garden. I would take their creatures, and sacrifice them to keep their power on the battlefield under my control. I also ran cards like Zektar Shrine Expedition to make a 7/1, and I'd attack, and sac it to make an untapped 7/7 ooze. This strategy can be almost modern fast with fetchlands.

Jinxed Idol was my sideboard choice for control matchups, since they couldn't stop Khalni Garden from passing it back to them, and they cared far more about their creatures then I cared about mine (if any stuck). This might work in modern, since Death's Shadow decks thrive on dealing damage to themselves, you could hold/pass the Idol as needed.

I would say Culling Dais and Spawning Pit are the best sacrifice outlets that let you control an opponent's critter when you cast Mark of Mutiny on turn 3. Also, Wrangle hits a fair number of modern creatures.

Quilt on Q - Mono Red - Thievery/Treason deck

1 year ago

Will do following changes:

Snogglesworth on Pauper vehicles

1 year ago

I prefer Wrangle to Hijack since other than Gurmag Angler there aren't very many large creatures being used.

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