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|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
Goad all creatures you don't control. (Until your next turn, those creatures attack each combat if able and attack a player other than you if able.)
2 months ago
This looks like so much fun; your opponents won't know what hit them :)
I'd recommend the following cards:
- Gamble: because it's the essence of chaos (thus adding to the flavor) and could potentially work very well for you.
- Disrupt Decorum: everyone must attack, but no-one may attack you!
- Repercussion: works incredibly well in your deck, as it's not creature heavy anyway.
- Basilisk Collar/Shadowspear: just incredibly funny to attach to Heartless Hidetsugu as you'll be able to use his ability while actually gaining life, instead of losing it.
Have fun with this brew. And I'd appreciate if such a creative mind as yourself could check out some of my decks as well. I'm interested in your feedback.
3 months ago
The Brother's War: Wow! Ramp, cast two thirds of a Disrupt Decorum, then end it with a Feedback Bolt to each of their faces (or just remove a creature/planeswalker or two). While it's telegraphed and will definently draw some ire, this definently worth considering in artifact decks, especially token-based ones. (Bonus: curves directly into Bitter Feud.)
Thran Spider: curious on the reasoning behind its ETB being symmetrical, especially since your opponent will untap with their Powerstone before you do.
Harbin: Neat, although blue is not a color I associate with Soldier tribal.
Finally: lol Show
3 months ago
I'm just commenting (even though it's a late comment) to say thank you for helping me realize I could add more infinite to my vampires and make everyone hate it.
Disrupt Decorum is a fun card to just force combat and keep yourself safe for a turn and clean-up right after. Olivia's Wrath is a good boardwipe provided you have enough vampires. Florian, Voldaren Scion has paid off for me to help search and just throw things out. Edgar, Charmed Groom Flip is a good bit of value as well.
3 months ago
If ya ain't cheating, ya ain't tryin.
I feel like this deck could have a sub theme of chaos. And clearly Disrupt Decorum might have a space here.
4 months ago
This looks pretty sweet. I think Disrupt Decorum could be a nice addition. It functions as protection, trickery and teeth (just not your teeth :)). Also, since you're featuring quite a few non-creature permanents you want to keep around for a while, I think Karmic Justice is worth considering (though I know it's not exactly a cheap card these days). Happy brewing.
5 months ago
If you're running dread, you may also like No Mercy. It's basically the same, but cheaper and not a creature so it's harder to remove.
Lastly, I really like goad effects to make sure people attack instead of attacking no one. Disrupt Decorum and the impetuses are pretty good for that.
7 months ago
The "voluntary" version of forced combat is introducing the Monarch, or a Coveted Jewel to the table. Nobody has to attack, but the majority of people can't resist poking in for a few damage just to draw that extra card. That's where the fun begins, as soon as you got rid of your own Monarch, most of the tables I've played at will kill themselves over it. I just sit back and watch people voluntarily swing their team at each other, reaping the benefits when the time is right. I find that more enjoyable than actually forcing it, however Disrupt Decorum is one of my favorite fogs, which also removes blockers for my Voltron commander to swing in.