Heroic Intervention

Heroic Intervention


Permanents you control gain hexproof and indestructible until end of turn.

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Heroic Intervention Discussion

Goose_ on Deck Help - Shalai, Voice of Plenty

1 week ago

Cute deck idea, however a single board wipe just destroys this deck hard. Maybe include some anti-board wipe tech with Teferi's Protection , Heroic Intervention or even Wrap in Vigor . Second, I'm not sure how much you care about price, but that cradle is taking up HALF the price of this deck! There is a new card from the D&D set called Circle of Dreams Druid which does the same exact thing, just on a creature, which is great bc u want to have your commander out anyways. That would bring the deck price way down if you are looking into that. Also, I would replace that Selesnya Guildgate with something like a Sunpetal Grove so that it is more consistent. Another amazing land that is just special to selesnya is Krosan Verge which is EXTREMELY strong! I could help you out some more but I don't want to put up too much of a text wall for you. If you'd like more suggestions, please just @ me!

multimedia on Yarok, the Desecrated

2 weeks ago

Hey, well done on a budget, but what's with the manabase?

I understand this is budget, but you can't possibly think that 36 basic lands for a three color deck is any where near competitive; deck is in the competitive hub. Where's Command Tower ? The majority of rest of the deck other than Disentomb and Raise Dead is built with a competitive mindset therefore I know you have good card sense with the budget that you have. Even on a low budget you can include playable dual lands:

My advice is if budget is a concern cut some expensive price cards to add some playable dual lands. Grim Tutor and Heroic Intervention are two cuts to consider since these cards can be replaced by lower price options Lazotep Plating and Profane Tutor . On a budget Fauna Shaman is not worth it since it could be replaced with a less expensive price tutor Shared Summons .

Consider a backup win condition that doesn't require that you draw your entire deck and hope that Oracle or Maniac live/resolve? Gray Merchant of Asphodel , Venser, Shaper Savant and Gonti, Lord of Luxury can be infinitely blinked or cast for three different win conditions. Peregrine Drake + Venser, Shaper Savant + Yarok, the Desecrated is another infinite mana combo.

Consider budget backups to all your main combo creatures? Backups are helpful because without them the combo is very fragile, easy for an opponent to disrupt.

Good luck with your deck.

BotaNickill on Sex-Proof Selesnyabians

3 weeks ago

zapyourtumor, I'm still working the "sexproof" angle I just thought maybe I could be faster with Sythis, I'm trying to decide how to move forward. I feel like if I stay with Sythis, I would have to add back into the deck a handful more of the cheap hexproof creatures to ensure I would pull at least on in my opening hand. I've got Witchstalker , Troll Ascetic , Bassara Tower Archer , Slippery Bogle , Heroic Intervention , Alpha Authority sitting here staring at me. What to do, what to doooo?

GrimlockVIII on Behemoths!

1 month ago

Quartzwood Crasher , Rhythm of the Wild , and Heroic Intervention are some of my recommendations for the deck. If you find a way to give more of your creatures trample, the Crasher basically generates more fatties the more you attack with your existing fatties, creating one big fatty snowball to kill your opponent with the next turn.

Rhythm of the Wild protects your fatties from getting countered while providing haste or a +1/+1 counter depending on what you want.

Heroic Intervention protects your fatties from getting wiped or targeted.

Teferi's Protection is also highly recommended if you can stomach spending that much money on a single card.

legendofa on Daemogoth Titan Pest Deck

1 month ago

Welcome to the club, Atomic_Spider!

First question: Are you building for Standard or Modern? I'm going to assume Modern, based on your card selections, and I'm going to further assume a fairly generous budget.

Better removal: Abrupt Decay , Maelstrom Pulse , Thoughtseize , Assassin's Trophy

The two main issues with Daemogoth Titan are a lack of evasion and a lack of protection. It's got a great stat/MV ratio, but it's vulnerable and can be chump blocked all day. So I suggest adding Rancor and Veil of Summer or Heroic Intervention to your list.

Look on this site and elsewhere for BG Midrange, since that's a reasonable fit for what I think you're trying to do. You can search decks by categories, known on here as hubs.

Zhugo12 on Karadorable [cEDH Primer]

1 month ago

darkseid4nk I haven't looked at this deck in many months, but if I were to take some stabs at editing it today, I would take out some of the more slow and expensive redundant combos in favor of spot removal pieces like Abrupt Decay , Path to Exile , Swords to Plowshares , Fracture , Toxic Deluge , Assassin's Trophy , Beast Within , and Generous Gift .

I would also try to make space for Teferi's Protection and Heroic Intervention , not as removal per se, but as interaction for when other people try to use removal against you.

Caerwyn on Strict Proctor and the Hunted …

1 month ago

You will want to make sure you have either some way to counter enemy spells or cards like Heroic Intervention to protect your Torpor Orb effects. Orb and its brethren telegraph to an opponent “I am going to try and do some shenanigans with low-costed creatures with debilitating ETB effects.” Any opponent worth their salt is going to hold an instant-speed removal spell in their hand, just waiting for you to cast your dangerous creature. That way, while the creature is on the stack, they can fire off their removal, both taking out your combo piece and forcing you to take whatever bad ETB the creature inflicts.

Likewise, be very careful of dropping something scary on turn 3 if they have untapped lands.

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