Chance for Glory
Creatures you control become indestructible. Take an extra turn after this one. At the beginning of that turn's end step, you lose the game.
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|Guilds of Ravnica (GRN)||Mythic Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Chance for Glory occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%
All decks: 0.05%
Chance for Glory Discussion
1 day ago
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1 week ago
2 weeks ago
BaneOfLordran help me out with this. I know I’ve seen you build a Chance for Glory deck. I pulled 2 Extended art Foil Haktos the Unscarred so the MTG Gods have spoken as far as I’m concerned and I’m making this deck. Unfortunately I don’t get much of a chance to play other than on Arena, and I’ve already used up all my wildcards. But when I get my fancy pants Haktos deck out to The shop eventually, I want it to slay.
What do you think about this? Do I need more cheaper creatures?
2 weeks ago
Bastion Protector is an awesome addition. Sanctum Prelate is also definitely a must-have for a Haktos deck, as is Embercleave. You can customize the CMC with its special text, you'll just have to cast it before the Prelate. Also, Imperial Recruiter and Recruiter of the Guard can tutor for both Bastion Protector and Sanctum Prelate.
Blinding Flare is great for when your opponent has some lucky CMC creatures out to block Haktos.
4 weeks ago
Yes, the morphed creature would retain indestructible. It may change its characteristics (from nameless colorless 2/2 to whatever is on the front face of the card), it is still the same permanent, so anything enchanting or equipping it, any spells or abilities targeting it, and any extra abilities granted such as with effects like Chance for Glory , will still apply to that same creature.
4 weeks ago
- Giving a Morphcreature an indestructible effect like Chance for Glory , does the morphed creature keep the indestructible? I assume yes... but im unsure.
Thanks in advance
1 month ago
I's suggest running Fervent Champion instead of Venerated Loxodon if you are looking to get in hasty attacks. It is a great creature in multiples, and works with the Rimrock Knight . Loxodon works better with a curve full of 1 CMC creatures or token generators, and the Hero of Precinct One package doesn't produce tokens fast enough to make the Loxodon viable.
Coming with the new set, I'd suggest including Hero of the Nyxborn as a great 3 drop as it is multi-colored for Hero and applies a boost to your whole board, which is awesome with the extra combat step from Chance for Glory . Maybe it would be beneficial as a replacement for 2 copies of Integrity / Intervention and 2 lands. You probably don't need 23 in the current version as it is basically a suicide-blitz deck. The same logic applies for the split card, as you're not looking to play the 4 mana removal spell, and a 2 mana pump is pretty expensive for its effect. Additionally, maybe a Bonecrusher Giant could replace the last 2 copies?
I'm excited to see the newest version when Theros Beyond Death comes out!
1 month ago
I'm not sure if you still play this deck but you're playing my favourite card in all of MTG - Chance for Glory
There is actually a very nifty combo with this card that involves Sundial of the Infinite .
If you end the second turn with Sundial, creatures you control permanently have Indestructible. I've tested this on Magic Online and it does indeed resolve. Because CFG doesn't say 'gain Indestructible until end of turn' the effect stays until you lose the game, but because Sundial stops you from losing off CFG's effect, the Indestructible stays.
It's a nice way to protect your board after you've built it up. :)