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|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
When Oubliette enters the battlefield, target creature phases out until Oubliette leaves the battlefield. Tap that creature as it phases in this way. (Auras and Equipment phase out with it. While permanents are phased out, they're treated as though they don't exist.)
1 month ago
Epic! Juzam Djinn as your commander!
Oubliette Arabian Nights removal
Imp's Mischief Izzet redirection
Feed the Swarm enchantment removal
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Shizo, Death's Storehouse evasion
4 months ago
but either way, his commander now is Atarka, don't know which of the two. the heck do I replace for Oubliette? and besides, even if I do get it out, he has card(s) that can remove anything on the board. the only way I can think of disabling his deck is with Contamination.
4 months ago
Incase there is any questions at the table about Oubliette. It phases out the creature until the Enchantment is removed. Therefore if you do it to a commander such as Atarka, then it will remain phased out. It does not go back to the command zone. This is because it never changed zones.
4 months ago
I have another great card to answer atarka. Oubliette, this will remove there commander until the Enchantment is removed.
4 months ago
Glad some of my suggestions were of interest!
I find that some playgroups don't like the absolute chaos that Thieves' Auction creates, but most people are willing to give it a chance if your deck is actually doing something, most people find that it's chaos without a plan to win that's problematic. Either way it can't hurt to ask, you can always have another card you can swap it out for if a group doesn't like more chaotic Magic?
When I was testing it, I remember it feeling like a solid deck, it has nice consistency going for it due to it's Commander being such a stable build around. If a deck can deal with Purphoros (Commander theft seems like it'd be a problem, also enchantments like Oubliette or Imprisoned in the Moon) you'll be in trouble, but usually you'll have a consistent and actionable game plan. The deck can create interesting board states with it's tax/pain effects, and it has solid number of creatures. It also feels fresh and interesting, but I have a fondness for weirder archetypes, and I have a high tolerance for ones that many people would say are actively annoying, so keep that in mind. I could see some people getting a bit salty, if you are worried about that with random opponents you can have a Rule 0 conversation in which you talk about the things that can be bothersome to opponents, I have a few decks that I have to do this with.
7 months ago
Deck overhaul list!
Out: Cabal Ritual... Dark Ritual... Dark Confidant... Dash Hopes... Dauthi Voidwalker... Feign Death... Lotus Petal... Mana Crypt... O-Naginata... Oubliette... Royal Assassin... Sign in Blood... Sword of the Chosen... The Meathook Massacre... Vorpal Sword... Wasteland... Withering Boon... 1x Swamp
In: Blightbelly Rat... Contagion Clasp... Decanter of Endless Water... Drown in Ichor...Hand of the Praetors... Infectious Inquiry... Mirrex... Necrogen Communion... Nimraiser Paladin... Pestilent Syphoner... Phyrexian Arena... Sudden Spoiling... The Seedcore... Thought Vessel... Trailblazer's Torch... Vraska's Fall... Vraska, Betrayal's Sting... Whisper of the Dross
8 months ago
Profet93 Thanks for the suggestion! The deal is that Chainer's Edict flashback becomes extremely relevant, I've been playing mono B for years and we never really had a strong card advantage engine so having singular cards that replace themselves or give card advantage becomes really fundamental, especially since this deck can really drag out games with all the removal, plus more removal late game can be really cluch since most decks now have singular chuncky boys as win cons (gone are the days of Atog + Fling thankfully). As for the life loss I 100% agree and I've always been against Snuff Out in mono B. However, now that turn 2 Tolarian Terror is a thing, having two Snuff Out in my experience does save some games since you don't have to wait for turn 4 to Cast Down it and hope they don't have a Counterspell or Spell Pierce. Before Tolarian Terror was meta, instead of Snuff Out I had the second Crypt Rats and Oubliette in the main and an Okiba-Gang Shinobi in the side. This would honestly be my favorite version, maybe when Tolarian Terror isn't so prevalent or if you don't play that much against it I would recommend these cards. Really appreciate that you like the deck!