Eliminate

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

Eliminate

Instant

Destroy target creature or planeswalker with converted mana cost 3 or less.

Davinoth on Fungus Among Us

4 months ago

     Very cool build! I love a lot of your card choices like Gruesome Fate & Dina, Soul Steeper. =D

     Nothing too crazy, but a few suggestions! You could cut Eliminate in favour of Abrupt Decay. In that same vein, you've got a lot of creature removal but not as many ways to deal with other permanent types, so I think Acidic Slime would be a better fit than Shriekmaw. I also wonder if Tragic Slip over Eaten Alive might be a good change - even though it doesn't hit Planeswalkers at least it's Instant-speed and only one mana to cast, and still removes Indestructible creatures.

     Cards that I think would be great additions but I'm not sure what the best cuts would be for your playstyle: Birthing Pod, Bastion of Remembrance, Throne of the God-Pharaoh & Pact of the Serpent.

     Only other suggestion is maybe find room for a few more lands. You're not playing that much card draw, so you may find it tough to hit your land drops consistently through turn 5/6.

     Again, love the build! +1 =)

Macaronigrill5150 on The bone zone

5 months ago

If any probably Surgical Extraction, and Eliminate both are pretty good, Legends version of Remove Soul would be a difficult one to add, but still a cool suggestion.

Balaam__ on The bone zone

5 months ago

How about Eliminate or the Legends version of Remove Soul? Another great sideboard option is Surgical Extraction of course.

Kazierts on Pushing Poison

6 months ago

As someone who loves infect, I have to say your list has waaaaaaaaaay too many creatures and lands. Even slower versions like mine, a Monoblack one, run around 12 creatures + 4 Inkmoth Nexus. Infect is a strong mechanic. So, in order to make it balanced, WOTC made the creatures really bad, which is why it's usually a bad idea to run this many of them. And 28 lands is asking to get mana flooded

Nevertheless, I'll give my suggestions without trying to chance to core ideia of the deck. If playing this was is how you have fun and it works for you and your friends, then I just want to help you make it better without modifying its core.

https://scryfall.com/search?q=%28c%3Ag+or+c%3Ab%29+usd%3D%3C1+legal%3Amodern+%28o%3Adestroy%29&unique=cards&as=grid&order=cmc&dir=asc

If you want me to give you suggestions more aligned with how Infect is normally played, tell me and I'll be happy to help. I just wanted to respect your deckbuilding style as much as possible with these.

Kazierts on Ichorous

11 months ago

As someone who has been playing Infect since highschool, although a Monoblack version, I got a few things to say.

  • You're not the aggro. Without you can't aggro. Not having a 1 drop stops you from applying pressure fast enough. You'll want to play kinda like a control deck.

  • If you're playing just Kitchen table, Proliferate should be fine. I just want to warn you. In case you want to power it up and optimize deck, you'll probably have to cut most of this theme.

  • Since you're a slower deck, your main weakness is going to be aggro decks. As such, the deck wants a lot more removal.

With these general stuff out of the way, I'll talk specifically about your list.

  • Don't even think about Fuel for the Cause. to counter a single spell and Proliferate is a terrible trade. If you really want to go all in the Infect theme, you could maybe run a single copy of Corrupted Resolve.

  • Mana Leak is perfectly decent for the deck. I'd cut a single copy of Spell Pierce, or at least put the other copy in the sideboard. A removal spell like Fatal Push is a good option, although a bit non-budget (but I'll be talking about options of removal later).

  • I'd completely ditch the artifac package. They're insanely slow and playing them on curve they don't help you develop your strategy. Maybe add a single copy of Karn's Bastion to your manabase if you really want something to Proliferate repeatedly.

  • About removal, nowadays we have a ton of removal, and almost all of them being removal. Power Word Kill, Bloodchief's Thirst, Cast Down, the old and iconic Doom Blade, Eliminate, Go for the Throat and a lot more.

  • I completely understand if you don't want to include Inkmoth Nexus because of its price. Affinity decks coming back to Modern made really expensive again. However, I have to say they're a breaking point for Infect decks. As soon as I got my copies, I felt the power level of my deck increase significantly. You can maybe add a few Cathedral of War to help buff your creatures.

I still have some more stuff to say but I don't want to bore you to death :P Tell me what you think. You can take a look at my primer for Monoblack Infect if you're interested. Also, you can call me for a chat so I don't pollute you comment section.

GoblinsBeatElves on Historic Rock

1 year ago

zapyourtumor

Yeah, I guess I could try adding Heartless Act in for few trophies. Heartless Act is one of the better removal spells in Historic, (other ones I’ve seen played are Bloodchief's Thirst, Eliminate, Power Word Kill, and I’d guess that new one from IMH will end up being pretty good.

As far as splashing red, I thought about it a little, but I was just worried a little bit that the added strain on the mamanbase (both in terms of lands, not having fetches and all, and in terms of budget, you’d need a ton more wildcards and less basics) wouldn’t be worth what the splash would give you. Lightning Bolt isn’t legal in Historic, sadly, so I can’t play that. This deck doesn’t really seem built for Kroxa, not milling itself like the Arcanist decks that use Kroxa to be able to escape it, so I think it’d probably just be a 2 manandiscard spell that sits in your graveyard for the rest of the game here. (In addition to making BB (Gifted), GB (Chevill), and RB (Kroxa) needed in terms of mana on turn 2, which seems difficult to pull of every game) Kolaghan’s Command is an awesome card, and I’d love to run it, but I just wasn’t sure splashing a third color would be worth it. What do you think?

Thanks for all the advice, it was really helpful.

PhocusEnergy on Counter Intelligence

1 year ago

Thanks for the suggestions!

  • For Disinformation Campaign , this is one I keep going back and fourth on in place of Notion Rain , and so far I've just found NR to be a little bit more effective for us, drawing us one more card, triggering our surveil-matters creatures one more time, and being able to be flashed-back with Mission Briefing , but I'll keep testing and see if DC isn't the correct play instead.
  • Drown in the Loch is one on my radar, but without much in the way of dedicated mill, I'm just afraid it will be a dead card too often. If I find that's not the case and I'm usually filling my opponents graveyard quicker than expected with cards like Thought Erasure , then I'll start working a few copies in.
  • Fatal Push is a fantastic card and would easily swap with Tyrant's Scorn , but doesn't fit with our budget unless we wanted to cut more Doom Whisperer s or start playing taplands.
  • Eliminate 's slightly easier casting cost and ability to hit planeswalkers is an attractive alternative to Tyrant's Scorn , but I really like TS's flexibility to bounce larger creatures later in the game, which is a far more common occurrence than sub-4 mana planeswalkers at this price point. It might be worth making room for in the sideboard, and definitely to keep in mind in case I start seeing an increase in walkers in my local meta.
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