Daze

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Custom Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Printings View all

Set Rarity
Masterpiece Series: Amonkhet Invocations (AKHMPS) Common
Eternal Masters (EMA) Uncommon
Duel Decks: Jace vs. Chandra (DD2) Common
Nemesis (NMS) Common

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Daze

Instant

You may return an Island you control to its owner's hand rather than pay Daze's mana cost.

Counter target spell unless its controller pays .

Daze Discussion

7H30F7 on Shiver Me Temurs

5 hours ago

Out of curiosity, why the Umezawa's Jitte and why no Daze ?

It’s refreshing seeing an RUG deck that does not have Delver or 4 Wrenns. Love the name too.

7H30F7 on Black is still the best

1 day ago

epartica So modern as a format is in the perfect middle ground in terms of power level. The decks are not terribly broken (except for the fun Hogaak) and the control is not powerful enough to stop the most aggro decks. As you get to Legacy, however, you will see that aggro decks that are not combo decks/storm no longer exist. With the addition of Force of Will and Daze and cards like that, it's hard to have a deck that focuses on too much aggro w/o being combo. Thus, a tempo deck, which takes its place, is a deck that is more aggressive than not but also has a lot of control. Thus, while it can be a faster deck, it also uses control to lockdown the opponent. A good example is a Death and Taxes deck.

I'll do a little bit of thinking and get back to you on the other suggestions. I have a few right now.

At some point, if you're more committed to the deck, I really would recommend getting a couple Liliana, the Last Hope for the deck. But a good alternative would be Liliana, Death's Majesty it's about $6-7 (compared to the $40 for the Last Hope). Especially the {-7} will help with control, and the ability to recur creatures from your graveyard.

I also suggest adding a couple of more early game instants and sorceries that help control your opponent. Inquisition of Kozilek / Duress / Divest are good hand control cards. Fatal Push , Go for the Throat , and Liliana's Triumph would be good for creature control. All of the sacrificing your own creatures will trigger the revolt on Fatal Push a lot, so I really recommend it. All of them are pretty inexpensive. Profane Command can also be quite helpful. If you need GY hate, maybe Deadeye Tracker or Nihil Spellbomb .

I'd also suggest getting a couple better sacrifice outlets. The best I can currently think of is Carrion Feeder and Altar's Reap , but I'll get back to you w/ more. In addition, I would use Unearth rather than Blood for Bones . I would also definitely add Mortician Beetle .

For lands, I would suggest Blast Zone , Scavenger Grounds , Mortuary Mire , Ifnir Deadlands and Memorial to Folly are some that I can think of immediately, but I'll dig around for some more.

rupertmarquez on Mono-Blue Delver (2019 Modern)

2 days ago

Reynan:

I'm afraid Daze is also not legal in Modern. It would be the kind of card this archetype loves, but not for this format. You can check out some Legacy lists of Delver so you can see the great tools they have at their disposal when employing that strategy.

Reynan on Mono-Blue Delver (2019 Modern)

2 days ago

Daze is a card than came in mind. Any idea with it?

ScionsStillLive on This is how you lose friends. (Stasis)

2 months ago

I don't think Daze is a very good card since your opponents need to be out of mana.

iemcd on 10-Land Green

2 months ago

For the MB, I get an average CMC of 0.88 for all my non-land cards. Keep in mind that Vine Dryad , Bounty of the Hunt , and Land Grant are all free, and Revenge of the Hunted is effectively CMC 1.

In general, I am not worried about these calculations, because the mana curve is effectively flat. If I have an opening hand with one land and a couple creatures, and some pump, then I'm good to go. This deck does require aggressive mulligans though. For example, I am not in the habit of keeping a Land Grant as my only "land" unless I am sure the opponent has no Force of Will or Daze . Even double Land Grant is risky.

ToolmasterOfBrainerd on Azorius Delverblade

2 months ago

Okay, I think I'll start by asking: what is this deck meant for? Is this a deck you're building in paper/online or is it just a decklist you're working on? And if you're building it, what are your budget restrictions?

After that, I highly recommend fetchlands. With 8 plains you'll draw too many white sources of mana. And without fetchlands, Brainstorm becomes pretty bad.

Only 2 copies of Delver is pretty crappy. Either play the card (4 copies with some support, such as Daze ) or don't play it at all. If you want this to be a control deck, then I'd advocate for not playing Delver.

If building on a budget, then Force of Negation is fine. If not, then Force of Will is way better.

The sideboard in legacy is tricky. You can't go wrong with 2 Disenchant and 1 Pithing Needle . You should have some form of graveyard hate. Surgical Extraction is probably the best. Teferi, Time Raveler , Gideon, Ally of Zendikar , and more Narset are options for the mirror and other grindy decks. I've always liked having 2 counterspells in the sideboard, Flusterstorm being the default choice. Supreme Verdict can be great against creature decks, even if a little hard to cast.

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Daze occurrence in decks from the last year

Legacy:

All decks: 1.13%

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.01%