Comeuppance

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

Comeuppance

Instant

Prevent all damage that would be dealt to you and planeswalkers you control this turn by sources you don't control. If damage from a creature source is prevented this way, Comeuppance deals that much damage to that creature. If damage from a noncreature source is prevented this way, Comeuppance deals that much damage to the source's controller.

griffstick on Could someone kindly explain to …

1 month ago

Yea she is the commander for Comeuppance effects, Deflecting Palm effects, Delirium effects. This is how I see it built the same most often. That's not how I built her. She doesn't give you a obvious direction to build. I have built her 3 times.

I've built her as mardu good stuff with everything having deathtouch. With the idea of losing the monarch being advantageous, to use the deathtouch tokens, as fodder for Attrition effects or Vampiric Rites Type cards.

Then I built her as monarch tribal. Basically all the benefits of being the monarch with fancy recursion and protection effects.

And the last way I built her was superfirends with a huge removal package. And a combo that uses Blasphemous Act + Vicious Shadows to kill the table if I never get to my plaswalkers ults

Guerric on [Primer] Helming the Host of Heaven: A Giada Guide

1 month ago
I got in a three player game today against a fast Anowon, the Ruin Thief deck and my own Feather, the Redeemed deck which another person was playing, which is optimized. The MVP of the game was the almighty duo of Sanctuary Warden (just recently added to the deck) and Sword of Hearth and Home, which it turns out is a devastatingly powerful engine. While Anowon deck exploded out of the gate and was soon milling me four cards per turn, the Feather deck was slowed for the first few turns because he kept a hand with no red mana, which definitely helped. I drew Sword of the Animist in the first couple of turns and soon had Giada herself swinging with both, which meant I had absolutely no mana problems at all throughout the game, and felt like I was in a green deck. Sanctuary Warden was the first angel I got on the battlefield besides Giada, and she was an absolute powerhouse. Not only did Sword of Hearth and Home put a fresh, untapped plains onto the battlefield each turn, but it blinked Sanctuary Warden, allowing me later to put more counters on it after more angels were out, and drew a free card pretty much every turn. The milling actually helped out a couple of times because it milled me through some land clumps that would have been dead draws, and combined with two swords my deck was thinned to the goodstuff near the end. I ended up oblating the Anowon player's best mill piece and hitting him exclusively with my ever-growing angelic armada, which had been reinforced by Archangel of Thune and Angel of Jubilation. In the mean time, the Feather player had stabilized, hitting one of his tokens with Path to Exile to rapidly catch up in ramp, and began doing what feather does best. At that point I hit him for the first time with some large angel tokens generated by Archangel of Thune and The Book of Exalted Deeds, and also finished off the Anowon player, who I knew had a counterspell in hand, and then tutored up Sephara, Sky's Blade with Search for Glory and promptly played it! I knew he still had Path in hand, but was pretty confident he didn't have enough mana to both path Sephara and wipe my board the same turn. And that was where I made a huge mistake! I should have seen it coming, especially because it was my own darned deck and he had exactly four mana open. Instead of just swinging with just a little bit more power than I needed to kill him and holding Sephara in reserve, I just alpha swung with everything, thinking the game was over. And then I got my Comeuppance! It was absolutely brutal watching my whole board go to the graveyard and none of my damage or life-gain triggers working. Thankfully, Giada was saved by Sword of Hearth and Home and Sanctuary Warden was saved by her shield counters. Clearly they were still the MVPs! Since all of my mana was still untapped and I had cards in hand I played in quick succession, piling them with counters again. He wasn't able to come back even after his epic play, and on my subsequent term I finished with a win. It was certainly an enlightening game, aside from showcasing the power of two specatacular cards. I made quite a few misplays, and was fairly sloppy. Aside from the Comeuppance debacle I missed all of the on attack draw triggers for Sanctuary Warden and also forgot to scry and draw each turn with Herald's Horn, which was on the battlefield for a good part of the game. The deck was nonetheless strong enough to overcome these misplays. I've heard some people warning potential players on Reddit and elsewhere that Sanctuary Warden is a trap and not good enough, though others have defended its inclusion. After my experience today, there is definitely a lot of evidence in its favor. I'm also amazed that I was able to pick up Sword of Hearth and Home so cheaply still. Smuggler's Share costs three times enough and while good, is a narrower card that won't be anywhere near as expensive as the second best sword of will be in several years. Definitely invest in it now! As expected, The Book of Exalted Deeds and Archangel of Thune also played a role, and the deck still seems to have a great curve and lots of synergies.

bravely_first on Ultimate Wanderer Theme Deck

1 month ago

For thematically representing The Wanderer's power-set, Harm's Way, Comeuppance and Test of Faith seem like appropriate choices.

NTakamura on Card that Punishes attacking/dealing combat …

1 month ago

I have a Teysa, Envoy of Ghosts main goal is to get opponents to attack me. I believe I have a good amount of Tempting the attack and forcing the attack. Now for the payoff for doing that to me. So far I have Blessed Reversal Comeuppance Inkshield Michiko Konda, Truth Seeker Mirror Strike No Mercy Norn's Annex Revenge of Ravens Angel's Trumpet Season of the Witch Any suggestions are appreciated. Here is also the link to the list

Teysa, Ghostly Instigator

NTakamura on Impactful Lifegain to improve black …

1 month ago

golgarigirl I have both because there isn't too many cards like Comeuppance and Mirror Strike in these colors. The thought is if I get attacked I still want to take the combat damage but at the same time still be in the game.

Ardees on Marchesa, Death's Queen

2 months ago

Co Aggravated Assault scombi se già giochi Sword of Feast and Famine. Lo metteri al posto di Assemble the Legion.

Visto il playgroup che abbiamo giocherei Inkshield anziché Gisela, Blade of Goldnight. Costa de meno e ti para il culo benissimo contro Purphoros. Oppure anche al posto di Comeuppance, anche se per questo (o gisela) metterei anche Oubliette.

Ce l'hai un Diabolic Intent? Con i token assassino è un tutore assicurato quasi. Lo giocherei magari anche togliendo un landa.

Con la stax che hai giocherei anche Archon of Emeria.

DrukenReaps on Cards that redirect damage from …

2 months ago

Didn't see much for , decent amount of though.

Batwing Brume, Comeuppance, Acolyte's Reward, Channel Harm, Divine Deflection, Vengeful Archon, and Refraction Trap.

If you wanted to take this further Pariah or Pariah's Shield on Stuffy Doll is fun. Most Stuffy Doll effects get attached to red but it would redirect damage rather efficiently compared to some of the instants above.

CriticalZER0 on Kynaios and Tiro, Embodiment of EDH (Group Hug)

4 months ago

alexjustdoit , Arachnogenesis is a cool card, but Settle the Wreckage and Comeuppance serve similar roles and can be tutored from Sunforger. Also I have no way to utilize the spider tokens (such as Craterhoof Behemoth) in the deck. I see in your list you run Jolrael, Mwonvuli Recluse, so that is a good way to pump the tokens.

As for Collective Restraint, I think I would run Solitary Confinement or Peacekeeper before running that card.

Looking at your list a few things come to mind:

1) Wincon

It looks like you can win using the combos I have listed or through combat using Insurrection or Arachnogenesis + Jolrael, Mwonvuli Recluse, but I think you could use another. With enough card draw Laboratory Maniac works well, but Approach of the Second Sun is another good win con.

2) Card Draw

I suggest running more card draw, I noticed you have no group hug style card draw effects besides Selvala, Explorer Returned, and you have no sorcery card draw (such as Sphinx's Revelation). I would suggest adding more card draw, either through enchantments like Sylvan Library or cards like Sphinx's Revelation.

3) Board Wipes

I get wanting your opponents to build up creatures so you can use them with Disrupt Decorum or Insurrection, but I think it is worth including spells like Austere Command, Farewell, Vandalblast, Cyclonic Rift, etc to control the board when you need to.

4) Flash Enablers

I have found that this style of control deck really wants to be able to play on other peoples turns, where you can hold up mana for either removal or countermagic, but play ramp or card draw if your opponents do nothing. Cards to support this include Vedalken Orrery and Leyline of Anticipation. There is also great synergy with the Seedborn Muse you run when using these cards.

Some missing cards that are generically powerful that you could add are:

Cyclonic Rift

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