Fog

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Legality

Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Oldschool 93/94 Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper Duel Commander Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Pioneer Legal
Premodern Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

Fog

Instant

Prevent all combat damage that would be dealt this turn.

TypicalTimmy on How is Camaraderie a Bend?

17 hours ago

A good example of a rules bend is Questing Beast.

Green normally doesn't have vigilance, or haste.

Green normally doesn't have restrictions on what can block it.

Green also normally doesn't make combat damage unable to be prevented. What it normally does is either Fog and stop it all, or make things indestructible until end of turn. If you're looking at damage being unable to be prevented, that's really more of a red thing.

And green certainly doesn't do "extra damage".

Questing Beast should have been Naya, or Gruul at the least. But certainly not mono-green.

SufferFromEDHD on Keranos' Treasure Assault

1 week ago

Huge fan of Lands.dec especially in EDH.

I like your straightforward concept but this glass cannon needs a playset or 2 of support cards to streamline your strategy. Stuff like Gamble, Mystical Tutor, Personal Tutor, Muddle the Mixture, Drift of Phantasms, Ring of Three Wishes

Land's Edge #2 incase Seismic Assault has been dealt with.

Otawara, Soaring City much needed removal that doesn't mess up your strategy.

Dust Bowl is incredible with basic lands.

Sunstone convert to snow covered lands and this card alone would grant you real time via green/white Fog tech.

If you were to use every suggestion I just made your land percentage would be 87% which still wipes out a table of 4.

Squee_Spirit_Guide on Pre-Y2K Panic Button

1 month ago

Thanks for the upvote xram666! That is a very good question... and I don't really have a good reason :) I always preferred Darkness because it's a little more unique/unexpected, but Fog is probably the more optimal choice. Fog is a classic though, so I should probably add one!

Doorknobkid on the modern deck that will make you lose friends

1 month ago

wallisface Thank you for the feedback! I want to answer some of your suggestions.

  1. I didn't include Ensnaring Bridge because A: it goes over my budget and B: Ensnaring Bridge is easily prone to artifact destruction. With Fog spells I can avoid that with consistent spells that now can only be countered.

*Note: Thank you for the Ensnaring Bridge suggestion. I will add it to the Maybeboard along with Pyxis of Pandemonium.

  1. I have 2x Leyline of Sanctity for anti Thoughtseize and anti Burn. Yes, I know there is only 2 copies and you're not that likely to get them, but it does help if you get lucky and get them in hand. And you can just use the lantern combo to avoid drawing it later, since there is no white sources in the deck.

  2. I have 4 copies of Elixir of Immortality because it is meant to shuffle your OWN deck. Blessed Respite is meant to be toxic by shuffling your opponent's deck too to make the game last forever.

P.S. I will be releasing an actually competitive version of this deck very soon. It's definitely not budget, but it's really good and consistent.

Thanks,

-Doorknob

xram666 on Pre-Y2K Panic Button

1 month ago

Awesome! Hugh Flashback on old cards.

As you have more green than black mana sources Why Darkness and not just simple old Fog?

ThisIsMyAccount on Mourning Becomes Elendra

1 month ago

I have some ideas for this deck. Firstly, Collected Company is not a very good fit here. There are so many targets that it can whiff on and even if it doesn't then you're probably just getting some mana dorks out of it. Eldritch Evolution on the other hand, can get you just about anything and for free at that with Melira, Sylvok Outcast in play.

Then, I think giving up the Fog for Altar of Dementia would be sick. Altar of Dementia means any creature with persists you sacrifice to it will come back infinite times if you have Melira, Sylvok Outcast. For example, that is infinite life with Kitchen Finks. Fog shouldn't be doing much anyway because you can chump block with reckless abandon using Kitchen Finks or Heroic Intervention.

Balaam__ on Apotheosis

2 months ago

I’m not seeing a link to anything Cheiromancer. But yeah, Fog, Spore Frog and stuff like that can stall our creature based decks where removal is minimal. I’d lean into cards like that.

Edit-ah I see the link now. Had to adjust my Urza’s Glasses lol

Cheiromancer on Apotheosis

2 months ago

Well, something like Tamiyo's Safekeeping is super useful against a creature deck (say like this one), due to indestructible. Snakeskin Veil and Lazotep Plating also give +1/+1 counters, and so seem core to the deck. And the Budget Beasts deck I linked to does have a little bit of creature removal in Rabid Bite. I wouldn't say it was tuned for competitive play, though. How would you sideboard against it? Fog, I assume, but what would you take out?

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