Pariah

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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
Premodern Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

Pariah

Enchantment — Aura

Enchant creature (Target a creature as you cast this. This card enters the battlefield attached to that creature.)

All damage that would be dealt to you is dealt to enchanted creature instead.

Spell_Slam on Track and Shield

1 week ago

Pariah and other cards like it might be a good option for you. They can serve as one-time damage prevention (killing your creature in the process), but if the creature is indestructible or can't be dealt damage (protection, etc.), than you can't be touched.

Pariah's Shield and Protector of the Crown are other decent options for you. I like the giant a lot, personally. Very underrated.

Skreem on Peaceful

1 week ago

Thanks for the suggestions! Old-skool, and I keep forgetting that StP isn't banned XD

Test of Faith is a another Temper! Love it!

Yeah, Pariah would likely be better than Parapet

Will definitely look to pick those up! Thanks!

enraged on Peaceful

1 week ago

Cool build yoo! Never an idea I've thought of. I always like to run Swords to Plowshares and Path to Exile in my white builds, they still kindaaa fit theme. Test of Faith is an instant that can prevent damage and buff. Pariah and Pariah's Shield are useful on an indestructible guy. Just a few that came to mind.

TheOfficialCreator on pariah and phyrexian obliterator

1 month ago

No. Pariah does not cause the source of the damage to change. It only redirects the damage. Therefore, since it is damage dealt by your opponent, your opponent would sacrifice permanents.

hiddengibbons on pariah and phyrexian obliterator

1 month ago

If I put Pariah on a Phyrexian Obliterator controlled by me, would the source of damage dealt by my opponent change to my own Pariah enchantment, thus causing me to sacrifice permanents?

Icbrgr on What is the "best" way …

2 months ago

i totally count/consider Worship and all means of play that facilitate it as strategy to be "Turbofog"... I have always wanted to build around Pariah and Kiora, the Crashing Wave's +1 lol

nbarry223 on What is the "best" way …

2 months ago

I agree with that.

If you just don’t want to die, and that can be considered a turbo-fog, there’s also lots of immortality options, where you replace damage (Worship being my favorite).

I personally wouldn’t consider that fog, but some people might. There’s also the Pariah route where you redirect damage to something that just doesn’t die.

DreadKhan on Wyleth, but testing couple proxies

3 months ago

I like using Devout Witness and Viashino Heretic to help deal with artifacts/enchantments, and Jaya Ballard, Task Mage is pretty hilarious if you're already using Basilisk Collar (she can also remove any Blue Commander, which is hilarious I find). Brass Knuckles might do nothing when you double it up on most Commanders, but Wyleth will draw 2 cards each swing for 6 mana, not too shabby, and you can throw it onto some other creature in a pinch. I know you come with Trample, but Unquestioned Authority is a nice budget card for Voltron, draws on ETB and makes your Commander unblockable.

A bit pricier, but Mother of Runes can do a lot of work in a Voltron deck, letting you protect Wyleth, or letting Wyleth get past blockers, which is a lot of work for a 1 drop. If you use Brash Taunter, which is cheap ATM but will go back up, you can also run Pariah and Guilty Conscience, both cards are just stupid with Taunter. If you run Pariah, you could run something like Shielded by Faith, then anyone can be a great Pariah. Pariah is also good with any Theros Gods, or otherwise indestructible creatures, but most are pricey. Pyrohemia is another nice card, it's especially good if people tend to have smaller creatures than Wyleth, and lots of them. As long as you don't kill Wyleth, the card stays around as well. Pyrohemia gets a lot better if your Fiendlash is on Wyleth, each R lets him wallop an opposing player. You can also use Resourceful Defense or Nesting Grounds to put a Lifelink counter on Pyrohemia, there are a few white sources of those counters.

Cool deck, Wyleth does good work on a budget.

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