Prismatic Ending

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Historic Brawl Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Prismatic Ending


Converge — Exile target nonland permanent if its converted mana cost/mana value is less than equal to the number of colours of mana spent to cast this spell.

wallisface on Orzhov Soul Sisters - MODERN

2 weeks ago

To get your deck to 60 cards, I would recommend Sorin of House Markov  Flip. It provides a lot of flexibility in as well as a dangerous threat.

Some other thoughts looking at your current list:

  • I know you say you already have a sideboard, but is there a reason it’s not listed here? Sideboards are as-important as the mainboard, so I would’ve thought you’d want feedback on both?

  • As has been already mentioned, your landbase is suboptimal. I would suggest not running more than 2-of each kind of basic. A playset of Concealed Courtyard would do wonders here.

  • both Kaya's Guile and March of Otherworldly Light feel more like niche sideboard options than valid mainboard tech. Their applications are both niche and matchup dependant, and they are both fairly mana-hungry compared to a lot of other interaction. I’d suggest running stuff like Fatal Push, Thoughtseize, or (if you can assemble the manabase to support them) Prismatic Ending and Leyline Binding.

  • I’m really not convinced by Walking Ballista here. Yes it is super-strong with Heliod, but you’re only running 2 of each and Ballista is practically a dead card whenever it’s not comboing off. Furthermore, the play-pattern for the Heliod/Ballista combo is often quite mana intensive (because you need to avoid Ballista sitting on the field long enough to get killed), and your land count is super-low.

wallisface on Sultai Lantern Control

1 month ago

As a long-time lantern player myself, I have some thoughts:

  • your only on-board interaction at the moment is the two copies of Drown in the Loch… this feels severely inadequate for cleaning up the board once your lock is in-place. I would be expecting stuff like Prismatic Ending or Abrupt Decay so you could hit a wider variety of answers, or Fatal Push so you could be more proactive. In any case having only 2 on-board interaction pieces feels too low. Added to that, Lantern never needs countermagic because you’re able to soo easily strip the opponents hand and then control their topdeck.

  • Emry, Lurker of the Loch validates your opponents cards too much imo (i.e it means their killspells aren’t dead-draws, so there’s less garbage they can topdeck). I’d ditch it.

  • In a format as fast as modern, there will be lots of instances where you need to get Ensnaring Bridge online asap. I don’t think Ashiok, Dream Render, being a 3-mana cards, helps with that. It’s a sideboard option at-best.

  • Ego Drain feels incredibly dangerous to yourself as far as limiting your own limited resources. You really need Thoughtseize

  • Scheming Symmetry only feels useful if you’re already ahead/winning. Though there’s possibly a few niche situations where it’s helpful, so maybe its fine.

  • you really need a copy of The Underworld Cookbook to deal with aggro and burn, while also ensuring nothing gets under Ensnaring Bridge.

xtechnetia on angels

1 month ago

For a kitchen table deck you usually just want some way to remove opposing creatures. Path to Exile was the classic Modern staple for , nowadays people usually prefer stuff like Prismatic Ending or Solitude but Path is still good.

Unfortunately, angels are not a very competitive Modern tribe since they're usually big inefficient creatures, and the more efficient angels are probably out of your budget range, e.g. Resplendent Angel. But for casual play this doesn't really matter, just try to focus on creatures that do something useful (draw a card, gain life, etc) while also having decent offensive stats, and maximize your copies of them. So for example, Inspiring Overseer isn't too bad since it's a 2 power flier while gaining 1 life and replacing itself, so 4 copies of it is probably a good idea.

GofyTomcat1 on Jeskai Aggro

3 months ago

Preordain is better than Serum Visions most of the time, since it lets you scry before drawing.

You might also consider splitting Path with Prismatic Ending (I personally run 3 Ending, two Path). Ending is super relevant in the modern meta right now.

I really like Geist of Saint Traft, so I would want to see at least 3 copies in here, however that is purely me really liking the card. 4 Boros Charms is a lot for a non-burn deck, so you might consider dropping to 3 and upping Geist by one copy.

Overall, this is a fantastic start. I really like the direction the deck is going!

lukecwolf on CoCo Grimalkin (Naya)

3 months ago

I breathed a sigh of relief to see Kaheera as companion for cats, not that cursed blue/white elemental control.

You seem to be making the most from the tribe you chose.

I might consider swapping out mana tithe for other control stuff like Leyline Binding or Prismatic Ending. Maybe even applicable cycling cards like Cast Out (not the best example) or Eladamri's Call just for deck manipulation.

Happy brewing!

wallisface on Sheoldred Control

4 months ago

Some thoughts:

wallisface on Azorius Aggro-Control deck

4 months ago

If I were building a deck with your colour and budget restraints, it’d be this. I’d suggest your list look very close to this, if you’re wanting to end up with an ”Azorius Aggro-Control deck”.

If you’re going down the route of specifically wanting to build around Ethersworn Canonist, it’s a completely different deck - neither aggro nor control, but instead some kind of artifact-based tempo build.

wallisface on Azorius Aggro-Control deck

4 months ago

9-lives Cool, i'll keep all my card suggestions to $3-or-less per card.

Being one card-down is not worth it for only really knowing what your topdeck is. If you are using Assemble the Players you are wasting resources for almost no gain. Added to this a point which hasn't been mentioned yet - drawing a second copy of this card is absolutely disastrous, as you can't do anything useful with it.

Lawmage's Binding is worse that Oppressive Rays because 3 mana for a card that's still not removing a creature is just really bad value. Far better spells to remove the opponents creatures are Skyclave Apparition, Stasis Snare, Oblivion Ring, Fateful Absence, Declaration in Stone, Prismatic Ending, and Path to Exile

Opt, Preordain, Serum Visions, and Consider are all cheap and are overwhelmingly better than Defiant Strike.

If you're trying to be aggressive with control, your current creatures are really lacking. The current creatures you're running would fit better in a tax-like build, where the aim is to mess with your opponents tempo but ultimately just slowly chip-through damage. If you're trying to play an aggressive-control deck (like the Murktide Regent list) in , then your best bet for creatures on a budget would probably be Tolarian Terror, Delver of Secrets  Flip, Spell Queller, Haughty Djinn, and maybe Lion Sash

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