Put target creature into its owner's library second from the top. Its controller gains 3 life.

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1v1 Commander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

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Oust Discussion

Grubbernaut on Semi-Budget U/W Control

1 month ago

One easy and functional change I'd suggest is Oust or something similar over Path. BTL might be coming up, but at least per mtggoldfish, Blitz is still the most-played deck. Giving them lands just hurts so, so much.

The difference in price might also let you afford some other sweepers, which would be nice in a list like this.

I also REALLY like Behold the Multiverse in UWx.


Grubbernaut on Azure Company

1 month ago

I think it can, but 2cmc spells are a little bit harder to fit in. However, being able to gain life is significant, as well. It's possible that it's best as a sideboard card; I'm honestly not sure.

I also think conditional sweepers like Settle the Wreckage are maybe okay if you're hitting two creatures - but again, there's a huge downside to giving them lands.

Overall, I like Oust best, in the current meta. After that, you could consider 2cmc stuff, perhaps.

Grubbernaut on Azure Company

1 month ago

As long as prowess remains prominent, it might be worth considering Oust , Condemn , or similar removal over Path; giving them lands just hurts a ton.

Regardless, I dig it. Cheers!

Grubbernaut on WUR blitz

2 months ago

Path to Exile is pretty bad in the mirror; you might consider Lightning Helix , Burst Lightning , Oust , etc

It's okay in the SB, but giving a blitz opponent more lands is a really big cost.

Grubbernaut on Bring in from outside the …

2 months ago

I'm not sure about cards that specifically disallow "wishing" in cards from outside of the game, but typically wish decks are a bit slower. For that reason, cheap counterspells ( Spell Pierce , Force of Negation , Mystical Dispute , Negate , Dovin's Veto , Spell Snare , etc) are often effective.

Alternatively, just go faster!

What are his actual win conditions? Depending on your colors, there's tons of good removal in modern to hit creatures. Fatal Push , Bloodchief's Thirst , Heartless Act , even cheap things like Doom Blade or Go for the Throat if you want budget options. Path to Exile , Oust , Condemn , and of course sweepers like Wrath of God , Damnation , Supreme Verdict , Extinction Event , etc

It really depends on what his deck is specifically trying to do, and also what kind of deck you'd like to play.

Grubbernaut on The Many Colors of Blade ~ Omnath Blade

2 months ago

I can get behind this list. I would rec Bolt STRONGLY over Path in the current meta, though - or even Oust .


Grubbernaut on Kaiser Control Mark 3

2 months ago

Ancestral Vision is pretty slow; I'd honestly just run Archmage's Charm . Also; as long as Swiftspear decks are running rampant, I would go with Oust or even Condemn over Path. Giving them more mana just hurts so, so much.


Grubbernaut on The New Most Competitive Modern Deck--Dryads

3 months ago

1x Path to Exile , 3x Veil of Summer , 2x Return to Nature , 2x Settle the Wreckage (maybe?), 2x Oust or Condemn , 3x Rest in Peace , 2x Deafening Silence - something like that, ish. Depends on the meta.

But really, with only 5 blue sources and continually-declining value past t2, I strongly suggest dropping Growth Spiral . While it isn't ramp, you might consider Dryad Greenseeker as a replacement that still can give card advantage -- while also working towards your tribal goal and ultimate wincon.

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