Pacifism

Pacifism

Enchantment — Aura

Enchant creature

Enchanted creature can't attack or block.

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Brawl Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Pioneer Legal
Pre-release Legal
Standard Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal
Standard Legal

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Pacifism Discussion

Mechanon on Enchantatron

6 days ago

Looks like a fun deck. Voltron is definitely one way you could go. Tuvasa already gets buffed by each enchantment, so maybe adding more enchantments you could stack onto her or that would benefit her. Garruk's Uprising , Hyena Umbra , or Rousing Read to name a few. I would suggest Pacifism instead of Temporal Isolation , just in case you enchant a creature that has effects when it attacks, even if it's doing no damage. Kenrith's Transformation is also a nice enchantment.

Sorin_Markov_1947 on Heads I win, Tails you lose

1 week ago

I think this deck lacks identity. From what you've said, you're trying to be an Orzhov lifegain deck, but there are so many cards that don't fit with that plan and/or don't bring a lot of value to the table. We should also probably just make this a Clerics deck (with Angel of Destiny), as that fits the lifegain build and packs extra synergy.

First, I think Vito, Thorn of the Dusk Rose should be a four-of in the deck. He's just so good in a lifegain deck. Righteous Valkyrie should probably be in here as well, as it helps gain life and provides a buff when you do. Speaker of the Heavens should also be a four-of, as it gains some small life and when you hit 27 starts really giving value! If we're going Clerics, Orah, Skyclave Hierophant is a good idea.

As for cards that don't give a lot of value, Dream Devourer , Firja, Judge of Valor , Giant Killer , Skemfar Shadowsage , Invoke the Divine , Light of Hope , Revitalize , Poison the Cup , and Pacifism all probably need to go. There are better options for what most of them do, and the rest you don't need the effects of. Doomskar too, because you're a deck that likes a full boardstate (lots of creatures) so you don't want to be wiping the board almost ever.

There were several removal options in what I pointed out. Bloodchief's Thirst and Heartless Act are good replacements, but you don't want too much removal, you should be focused on your own board most of the time.

Don't forget as well that having a list of mainly 1-2x cards won't make for a consistent deck. Ideally, you have as many of your good cards as possible.

Those are my initial thoughts. There's some value lost in the list even after those edits, but it's a good start, I think.

Mechanon on angel of destiny

2 weeks ago

Hey there! I don't play around with white very often but it looks like an interesting deck. For the sake of having Elvish Mystic , I would get rid of them completely and swap the forests over to plains; just stick with mono-white. Speaker of the Heavens would probably be a good replacement. There's also a lot of high cost creatures. Kaldheim came out with a lot of interesting angel cards such as: Youthful Valkyrie and Righteous Valkyrie . Some cheap and early spells to help you make it to bringing out an Angel of Destiny that I think would be good are Pacifism , The Birth of Meletis and Light of Hope .

discipleofgary73 on na na na na, hey hey, goodbye(overwhelming tokens)

2 months ago

Hi! Thanks for the upvote.
A few suggestions:
Overwhelming Stampede rather than Overcome ; Sure your deck has many weenies, but by the time you're gonna want a 5 cmc mass trample for the win, you'll probably have something with larger than 2 power out.
Rule of Law is great for multiplayer, but Curse of Exhaustion might fit if you're gearing the deck for 1v1. If you are going for multiplayer, then Kismet works great at slowing opponents down without impacting yourself.
With the amount of PWs in the deck, Ignite the Beacon and Oath of Ajani might be worthwhile.
Phyrexian Rebirth could be a good board wipe, especially if you have crazy token amounts. Especially funny if you can combo it with Fresh Meat . Also funny with Requiem Angel out - a card worth including on its own, especially if you end up juggling your own tokens for other things.
Hardened Scales , Gavony Township , and Bloodspore Thrinax , could play nice with the +1/+1 subtheme.
Ashnod's Altar is great for utilizing creature tokens to get more things out.
Tireless Tracker might help with card draw later and gets some counters on its own.
The deck comp is pretty balanced, so Traverse the Ulvenwald might be effective. Congregation at Dawn and Chord of Calling are other tutor options if you find that the deck is more successful with particular creatures out.
I love swapping weaker tokens with Emrakul's Evangel (another fun fresh meat combo play). Of course, there is always Divine Visitation as well. It's easy to go overboard on doublers, but I figured I'd give a shout out to Primal Vigor and Second Harvest .
Swords to Plowshares for Pacifism ; might be better in some scenarios and always allows you to target your own creature to get some life out of it if you need to or if you go for the lifegain route.
Speaking of the lifegain route, if you want to go for it, here's some things that could work well: Phantom Nishoba , Wall of Reverence , Cradle of Vitality , Fumigate , Congregate , Blighted Steppe , Blossoming Sands , Gingerbread Cabin , Radiant Fountain , Graypelt Refuge , Kabira Crossroads , High Market , and Phyrexian Processor . The land balance will need to be played with if you want to swap the basics for some of those. Also, most Ajani PWs will work well for a more lifegain focused deck.
Now, when I think token generation, I think artifacts for many things. Thopter Assembly , Genesis Chamber , and Summoning Station come to mind. If you end up with more artifact tokens, you can use them with things like Krark-Clan Ironworks and Kuldotha Forgemaster . Also help with things like Dispatch .
Annnnnd one more suggestion if I haven't overstayed my welcome. Funny things can happen in token decks that put out a lot of creatures when you play The Great Aurora . Usually gives you a much stronger board state than opponents - might want to have a safety Reliquary Tower in for that hand size though!
Sorry if I doubled up on anything you had already considered!

Neotrup on What does Remove Enchantments Do?

2 months ago

The oracle text reads:

"Return to your hand all enchantments you both own and control, all Auras you own attached to permanents you control, and all Auras you own attached to attacking creatures your opponents control. Then destroy all other enchantments you control, all other Auras attached to permanents you control, and all other Auras attached to attacking creatures your opponents control."

In summery, first you return all enchantments you own that 1) you control, 2) are attached to permanents you control, or 3) are attached to attacking creatures. Second you destroy all enchantments 1) you control, 2) are attached to permanents you control, or 3) are attached to attacking creatures. You won't own any of those, as if you did, they would have been returned to your hand in the first bit. This does happen in two parts, meaning any effects on enchantments that are returned to your hand won't be around to trigger off the other ones being destroyed.

This is a bit different from your summery, as if you own and control Pacifism (an aura rather than global enchantment) it will be returned to you, even though it likely isn't enchanting a permanent you control or attacking creature. When the game does refer to a global enchantment, it will use the term 'non-Aura enchantment' (see Opalescence printed text verse oracle text).

DreadKhan on Sexy girls with wings

3 months ago

Akroma's Will isn't a bad card in a deck with lots of bodies, Thran Dynamo might be a decent fit. I don't know if something like Bonders' Enclave or War Room would make any sense in here, I feel like you might not need the cards as much with such a high CMC. Emeria, The Sky Ruin might be a good card, a bit pricey and slow though.

Darksteel Mutation is usually preferable to Pacifism, especially if you've got lots of flyers. Pacifism isn't a bad card, it's just that the Mutation turns off a creature almost completely. I feel like the rare case when it'll bite you in the butt is more than off set by the huge number of times it'll be a better card, removing all abilities as well as just stopping attacks/blocks.

RNR_Gaming on [PEDH] - Hamza Elephant in the Room

3 months ago

MrXilas - haven't had a chance to run any pedh. Though I assure you this list has both ramp and removal. Though I have gold fished it a few times and found its main flaw being draw engines.

Removal:

Afterlife

Journey to Nowhere

Luminous Bonds

Bonds of Faith

Lignify

Oblivion Ring

Pacifism

Ramp:

Wild Growth

Utopia Sprawl

Arcane Signet

Llanowar Elves

Elvish Mystic

Avacyn's Pilgrim

Boreal Druid

Priest of Titania

Titus7007 on Hate On 'Em, Eidolonem

3 months ago

my recommendation would be to make Lurrus a 4 or 3x in the deck and don't bind yourself to his companion conditions. Call of the Death-Dweller and Murderous Rider and Demonic Embrace are then cards to consider.

Either way, I think Mogis's Favor /Sentinel's Eyes Indomitable Will / Pacifism / Trapped in the Tower / Grim Physician / Malevolent Noble / Witch's Oven are all candidates for the chopping block.

For creature control 4x Dead Weight and 4x Mire's Grasp + either Heartless Act or Murderous Rider should be all you need. I play a lot of Hateful Eidolon and getting the payoff with those enchantments is huge. So it's best to keep a heavy focus on that.

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