Fatespinner

Fatespinner

Creature — Human Wizard

At the beginning of each opponent's upkeep, that player chooses draw step, main phase, or combat phase. The player skips each instance of the chosen step or phase this turn.

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Legality

Format Legality
Casual Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Limited Legal
Unformat Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Vintage Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Modern Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Custom Legal

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Fatespinner Discussion

RiotRunner789 on Thrassios & Vial Smasher Pillow Fort Buddies

4 months ago

Fatespinner might be worth a try. In most situations your opponents just choose to skip combat. The downside is they possibly stop attacking each other but it is a major tempo swing to lose either your draw, main phases or combat step.

Torpor Orb: They still get there creature just without its extra effect. I think this falls more in line with your 'don't shut them out of the game' reasoning where you wouldn't want to play Cursed Totem.

Ankh of Mishra: Similar to polluted bonds. If most games you tend to have extra life or you tend to hit your life-gain pieces often then I would consider running this.

Meekstone: Let's the big stompy guys swing once but normally your opponent just won't tap them. Plus, your deck looks like it doesn't really care about dealing combat damage.

Bloodchief Ascension: A good card to simply bleed your opponents and gain life. You could run the combo Mindcrank but I don't think you want to mill your opponents. So, I'd leave the combo out unless you just want a combo win.

Koskun Falls: Great card. It's a black version of Propaganda. You have plenty of small creatures that you don't care if you tap down. Stack the pillows, comfy, comfy pillows.

Tainted Remedy: Sometimes this is a dead card but when it isn't it is glorious. Turns creatures with lifelink into, "When this creature deals damage it deals that much damage to you."

Archon_Bel on Athenian Legacy (Ephara, God of the Polis)

4 months ago

I've made a few changed to the deck in an effort to lower the mana curve and also include some more hatebear elements to try and slow down the game to give me more time to catch up.

Flickerwisp swapped for Aven Mindcensor

Whirler Rogue swapped for Fatespinner

Harmonious Archon swapped for Thalia, Heretic Cathar

Mind Stone swapped for Sapphire Medallion

Altar of Dementia swapped for Damping Sphere

Karmic Guide swapped for Peregrine Drake

Reveillark swapped for Capsize

Molesto-the-Egregious on

1 year ago

king-saproling thank you for the suggestions, there are definitely some cards there I will be adding. Fatespinner and Storage Matrix are so cool!

TheSimikBOat on How about a magic trick?【Skip My Turns Primer】

1 year ago

I don't like Fatespinner because the opponent is who choses what he or she skips, and that can be unpredictable.

Opposition and Glare of Subdual are very good options. For now, I think that i will add Opposition (When I find what to cut), and keep Glare of Subdual in the maybeboard.

SomeDipshit on How about a magic trick?【Skip My Turns Primer】

1 year ago

re: Smokestack -- remember you can easily set the counter at one without having to sacrifice anything by letting it sit in play for one turn and stacking the triggers how u like, then begin skipping your turns. Its a great pressure point and becomes a threat if someone manages to disrupt you, because you can then let the counters tick up as you set back up. Though, running into it mid game would be a drag, and it becomes a risk to play. So yeah I feel you.

Might consider adding some Opposition , Glare of Subdual type options

Fatespinner

king-saproling on Mankind's Codex of Civilian Planetary Unification

1 year ago

BMHKain but it's so much easier to add cards haha. These are the cards I would cut:

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