Relic of Progenitus

Relic of Progenitus

Artifact

: Target player removes a card in his or her graveyard from the game.

, Remove Relic of Progenitus from the game: Remove all graveyards from the game. Draw a card.

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Set Rarity
Eternal Masters (EMA) Uncommon
Modern Event Deck (MD1) Uncommon
Modern Masters (MMA) Uncommon
Planechase (HOP) Common
Shards of Alara (ALA) Common

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Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Highlander Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Relic of Progenitus occurrence in decks from the last year

Modern:

All decks: 0.14%

Green: 2.19%

Blue: 0.27%

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.02%

Relic of Progenitus Discussion

Flooremoji on Goblin Sideboard

1 week ago

4x Chalice of the Void

4x Relic of Progenitus

2x Damping Sphere

1x Goblin Cratermaker

1x Legion's End

1x Fulminator Mage

2x Boil

This was the sideboard of a semi-recent 5-0 goblin list. Maybe it will be useful to you.

dichia on RUG Graveyard exile

2 weeks ago

lagotripha, so I tried to make two new versions of the deck using black and white instead of green but I wasn't able to make them work. Now I will try to use some of the cards you suggested here.

I'm going to try Sprite Dragon and Deeproot Champion, I just need to choose what cards to remove. I also wanted to use Relic of Progenitus, so I need a lot of space.

At the moment I'm using Logic Knot like you suggested and it works pretty well, even though it has some kind of conflict with Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath, but I think that giving this deck some more counters is necessary. Anyway, since Uro requires to exile 5 cards, it steal resources to all the cards using gy. I removed Skaab Ruinator before him for the same reason.

TriusMalarky on Force of negation/rage

2 weeks ago

I would say that Green is a lot too slow for this sort of thing. This is Modern -- your 3 drop should be winning the game. Maybe a slight exaggeration, but you should remember that.

Here's a quick decklist:

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That list needs some trimming, but it should function. Please note that you CAN NOT use a fetch-shock manabase, at least not a traditional one. You could exile your one copy of Hallowed Fountain with Serum Visions, and then if you need white and all you have is a Scalding Tarn.... you're screwed. You'll probably want a Fastland heavy manabase -- Spirebluff Canal, Seachrome Coast, Inspiring Vantage. Additionally, you might even consider Arcum's Astrolabe, but that's preference.

dichia on Force of negation/rage

2 weeks ago

I never actually thought of using white, but it look interesting for what you've shown. I also found another white card that could work: Seance. What do you think? I wasn't using Eternal Scourge because it doesn't work with the forces, but since Force of Rage is not that good apparently, I could slide it into the list. Processor Assault was already in my maybe list but I eventually discarded it cause I switched my plan to focus on exiling cards mainly from my graveyard, which is also why I'm definitely going to use Relic of Progenitus. Speaking of which, do you think it should be in the main deck or sideboard?

TriusMalarky on Force of negation/rage

2 weeks ago

Been thinking about this sort of strategy for a while. Here's what I've come up with:

First, Eternal Scourge. You'll want 12 copies of "cast from exile" creatures.

Second, Serum Powder. You effectively get Companion pre-nerf, but the creatures are slightly worse with the upside the you might start with 9, 10 or even 11 cards in hand. Might be worth mulliganing once or twice to try and get in some matchups.

Third, early game engines are key. While you probably could use Serum Visions, I really recommend that you use Relic of Progenitus and Pyxis of Pandemonium as turn one plays. Relic is good to control other people's GY, and Pyxis will effectively draw you a card every few turns.

Fourth, consider creature cost reduction effects. Marauding Raptor, is probably the best here, but any way to shave a mana or two off the cost is great. This is because your engine is likely based on having effectively immortal creatures while screwing with your opponent using GY hate and exile-based removal.

Fifth, you should be slpashing white. Your deck should be , because Rest in Peace, Path to Exile are great here. You might consider Perilous Vault as a sort of stored wrath effect. Declaration in Stone is actually solid here, as you can exile a couple of your Scourges and get Clues, effectively being a weird 2 mana Paradoxical Outcome. Of course, don't run too many mediocre removal spells. It doesn't help.

Other random tech that might be interesting:

  • Induced Amnesia, while only good when you have a lot of your creatures in hand, can act as a weird Divination.

  • Detention Sphere is fun with Pyxis. If you ever plan on cracking Pyxis for value, you should have Spheres. Of course, you probably don't want to crack Pyxis anyways because your opponent will get all the real value.

  • Some processor effects, like Processor Assault might be valuable here Especially if you have RIP out.

All in all, it's a weird gimmick that has the ability to randomly beat Dredge while generating value in the form of 'you never gonna get rid of my creatures'. If you get enough cost reduction, you can be playing all of your creatures for only , , or or in the case of Scourge. Remember the cost reduction.

Also, Simian Spirit Guide for the theme. And it also helps you power out some of your cost reductions and engine pieces, so it's good. And yes, FoNe is best here. FoRa? Meh, it's like a bad removal spell, which is okay, but not the greatest.

zephyr_chang on Blood Moon Werewolves

1 month ago

If you need some graveyard hate, there are always colorless options like Grafdigger's Cage, Relic of Progenitus, Soul-Guide Lantern, etc.

SpoopieGhost on Vraska's Triple D's

1 month ago

I don't usually do sideboards for my homebrew Pauper Decks as they're more for me and my friend's casual games. But I would definitely fun some Relic of Progenitus, Naturalize, maybe a Doom Blade or two, perhaps more Gurmag Angler or Greater Mossdog you have to be careful though because playing this deck I've learned that if you get too greedy with the graveyard filling you will have nothing but Stinkweed Imp to cast, and they unfortunately make the problem worse. This deck could use some more cards with flashback Gnaw to the Bone could be great for sideboards, or simply just more ways to refill the hand. possibly Grim Discovery or Disentomb. I personally love Macabre Waltz, but it does have a CMC of two. Disentomb can hit two zombies which is perfect for both Putrid Leech and Gurmag Angler.

epajula on More human than human

1 month ago

Graveyard Hate: Kaya's Guile, Apostle of Purifying Light, Hallowed Moonlight, Rest in Peace, Relic of Progenitus, Nihil Spellbomb, Grafdigger's Cage.

Names: "You're Sweet, but I brought Wilford Brimley to the Party" "Diabeetus!" "Wilford Brinley: A Crusade to End Diabeetus, and Your Opponents" (https://youtu.be/m6CeGgzaGSE)

Recs: Heirloom Blade, Reconnaissance, Kindred Dominance.

You need more than 30 lands.

On another note, I like how the militia captain turns into a cult leader... Is Hanweir actually Michigan?

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