Living End

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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
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

Living End


This is black.

Suspend 3— (Rather than cast this card from your hand, you may pay and exile this with three time counters on it. At the beginning of your upkeep, remove a time counter. When the last is removed, cast this without paying its mana cost.)

Each player exiles all creature cards from their graveyard, then sacrifices all creatures they control, then puts all cards they exiled this way onto the battlefield.

420MensRightsActivist on Counter Deck

6 days ago

i'm not sure how you can say ramp made the deck slower unless you were just using really bad ramp. 30 lands makes you drastically more likely to mana flood, and thats what will make the deck slower is when you're not casting spells because you're drawing lands. instead of relying on normal land drops for 5 turns, you should play ramp in the early turns so you can play your bigger spells on turn 3 or 4. good examples of ramp include things like Birds of Paradise, Arbor Elf, and Utopia Sprawl. in fact a turn 1 Arbor Elf followed by a turn 2 Utopia Sprawl will still leave you with 4 additional mana on turn 2. also, you NEED removal if you deck cannot win on or before turn 4, which yours can't.

Champion of Lambholt is a good example of a really slow card in this deck. it's meant to be played in decks that can drop multiple creatures in a single turn, or even better from a single spell such as Spectral Procession. tapping out for a 1/1 on turn 3 is not what you want to be doing in modern. modern is a format where Karn Liberated can hit the field turn 3. Primeval Titan could be attacking you with haste turn 3. they could cascade into Living End turn 3 and then wipe you out turn 4.

Winding Constrictor would be an upgrade over Corpsejack Menace in this deck. Hardened Scales would be even better still.

PurePwnage on So I am Told

8 months ago

gergendomer, you're correct. I swapped out 3 Island's for Watery Grave. If I am hard casting Living End, I am probably loseing the game anyway.

wallisface on Mono-Green counters

8 months ago

The deck looks fine. There are a bunch of cards that feel too slow to run personally (most notably Gyre Sage, Swarm Shambler, Tireless Tracker, Voracious Hydra). There’re also a bunch of cards i’d be expecting a deck like this to have which appear to be missing (Pelt Collector, Rishkar, Peema Renegade, Cloudfin Raptor, Thrummingbird). So the list overall feels ok, but not as fine-tuned as it could be, imo.

As far as bad matchups, that’s where your sideboard comes in - at the moment I would suggest this is the spot that needs the most attention if you’re getting competitive.

Some sideboard cards to consider:

Now, the quantities of the above will depend on your own local meta, as well as how badly they scare your deck. Sideboard choices should always be focused towards your local competitive playgroup. Saying that, the above mentioned suggestions are likely to come in handy.

Other things to consider as far as good-vs-bad matchups, for your sideboard choices:

  • don’t worry about control, imo. You should be aiming to be fast enough to have the advantage. Saying that, do consider the likes of Veil of Summer if it’s an issue (though i would say, if it is an issue, it’s because your mainboard isn’t tuned enough).

  • Board wipes feel like they could pose a big threat for you

  • Burn, and other hyper-aggro decks are probably going to have an advantage

JrtGil on The Dragons are coming!

9 months ago

I’m all about a dragon deck, and I’m actually building one myself too. For all of these big, expensive dragons, I’d recommend: Living End, Violent Outburst, Dangerous Wager. Those 3 could make it so you just could discard all your big creatures and then throw them at the opponent all in one go. Maybe us Tormenting Voice as well to help draw and discard. Also Avaricious Dragon to help discard and draw.

I’d probably get rid of all the enchantments, and your instants, and sorceries, as well as any creatures that cost 3 or less to fully benefit from Violent Outburst’s cascade.

You also need something like Stomping Ground in your lands in order to be competitive in Modern!

Basically just cascade to Living End after discarding a few times, and then throw all your dragons out.

cyeRunner on Serra's Descendants, competitive Angel Tribal

9 months ago


What do you think about running Seraph of the Scales ? Deathtouch seems quite good against Murktide Regent or Archon of Cruelty and you still have 2x 1/1 Blockers left after it dies.
For your Maybeboard: Night's Whisper seems like a better Sign in Blood to me in this deck since it's easier to cast.
Also a single Kaya, Orzhov Usurper in the sideboard seems nice in the current Meta: "+1" against Living End and other Graveyard strategies and "-1" against Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer and Dragon's Rage Channeler.

philosopher on Modern Mono-white Humans

11 months ago

Hey CoolDude678,

I too built a pioneer to modern deck, so you can use this as inspiration:

Gideon, Ally of Zendikar is too slow for modern because decks try to win on turn 3 or 4, so I recommend removing it and adding two more Thalia, Guardian of Thrabens because she slows down your opponent's removal spells and she slows down any combo decks, see Living End or Crashing Footfalls decks for more information.

I recommend swapping Benalish Marshal for Rally the Ranks because with Gideon and the Marshall gone, you can put a Lurrus of the Dream-Den as your companion, which will allow you to be more aggressive with your Dauntless Bodyguard's ability because you can get him back on your next turn.

Mono white modern decks are rare in modern, so please see this video for sideboard suggestions because modern decks need different sideboard cards than pioneer:

I hope this helps and welcome to modern.


K0rt on ARCHONBLADE - Hybrid Reanimator/Stoneblade [MH2]

1 year ago


I'm personally not a big fan of Kroxa, Titan of Death's Hunger in this deck, or any deck really that doesn't have a consistent way of putting cards in the graveyard e.g Dragon's Rage Channeler . It's also going to be a bit awkward and painful in aggro matchups to get double red in this deck, since you want to both be getting double black to cast both unmarked and persist in the same turn or cast Damn and Lilliana. It also is bad against graveyard hate, which is definitely going to be brought in against you. I also think it's just not really going to be relevant enough times to be worth the awkwardness with the mana and exiling cards from graveyard, Archon of Cruelty is plenty good enough to win games by itself and adding interaction with an opponent to make Archon stick seems better than playing Kroxa.

I think that the Evoke creatures, specifically Grief , aren't that good unless you're doing something that makes them broken e.g Ephemerate or that supports a combo of some kind, like in the new Living End versions with Grief or Crashing Footfalls decks that run Fury as free interaction that cost more than 2. I doubt the number of times Grief takes a crucial piece from an opponent is worth it over getting rid of a combo piece or another piece of interaction.

Ultimately if you're curious about some cards then do some experimenting with them in the deck. It'll be interesting to see what you find.

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