Blind Obedience

Blind Obedience

Enchantment

Extort (Whenever you cast a spell you may pay . If you do, each opponent loses 1 life and you gain that much life.)

Artifacts and creatures your opponents control enter the battlefield tapped.

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Blind Obedience Discussion

ClockworkSwordfish on Assassin Tapdown

1 day ago

Do you find you have enough ways to manually tap guys down? You could be in trouble if you ever run into a big critter with vigilance. Authority of the Consuls and Blind Obedience are both cheap, automatic ways to do it, and combo nicely with Meekstone.

philosopher on Liesa: Life, Death, and Taxes

3 weeks ago

Hello Oixa137,

Please see my below suggestions.

Addition:

I am going to presume that your meta allows for infinite combos, given that you are running the Exquisite Blood + Sanguine Bond combo, so I recommend that you add Walking Ballista to your deck, as this allows you to do the Heliod, Sun-Crowned + Walking Ballista infinite damage combo.

Subtraction:

To do this, i recommend removing Blind Obedience from your deck, as you already have Authority of the Consuls, which does the same effect.

Number of lands:

Based on this link (https://medium.com/@schulze.mtg/the-math-of-landbases-in-magic-the-gathering-commander-3f03aadac92c), I recommend using 46 lands to maximize the chances of playing Liesa on turn 5.

Current land breakdown: 38 total lands.

Land = 1 land; 34 lands

Land search = 1 land; 1 land search = 1 land

mana rock = 0.75 lands; 4 rocks = 3 lands

Based on a ratio of full lands and partial lands, your deck has the equivalent of 38 lands and, as a result, I recommend you add 8 more lands to your deck.

Removing 8 cards will be challenging and, to make it easier, I recommend that you look for cards that do the same effect, such as "you gain X life, whenever a creature ETB's", and remove some of them, as this will allow you to keep your important and less redundant cards in your deck.

Best of luck improving your deck,

Philosopher

mythologyman22 on Rhoda/Timin - Get Tapped

1 month ago

Do enchantments like Blind Obedience or Authority of the Consuls work with Rhoda? If so, those would be an easy and consistent way to tap your opponents' creatures.

TheRussBuss on Licia, Sanguine Tribune | Your Pain My Gain

3 months ago

RNR_Gaming

Lunarch Veteran  Flip unfortunately still doesn't compare to the Soul Sister's, which give me life whenever a creature enters the field from anywhere, from me or my opponents.

Children of Korlis used to be in this deck actually, and with Aetherflux Reservoir coming in, they'll definitely be returning.

Crypt Ghast and Blind Obedience both sound good, but I'm still not entirely sold on extort yet. Blind has better odds of getting in because of the lower cost, even if CG can help with my mana and paying those extort costs.

RNR_Gaming on Licia, Sanguine Tribune | Your Pain My Gain

3 months ago

Lunarch Veteran  Flip seems like another great healer. I'm also a fan of moving Children of Korlis from the maybeboard to mainboard - it seems like it'd enable some nasty swings. Also, the good extort cards like Blind Obedience and Crypt Ghast seem like they'd discount your commander a good amount

Scytec on The Troublemakers

4 months ago

Blind Obedience, Intruder Alarm, glad to ssee you using Zur's Weirding (my personal favorite).

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