Tree of Perdition

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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
Pioneer Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Tree of Perdition

Creature — Plant

Defender

: Exchange target opponent's life total with Tree of Perdition's toughness.

DatShepTho on Arcades

8 months ago

Ikra Shidiqi, the Usurper nor Ancient Lumberknot or Tree of Perdition can be in the deck because of Arcades' colour identity, unless your pod rule zeros it.

And even then only Exotic Orchard could possibly net you black mana from your lands as well as two of your mana rocks

Asder on Card creation challenge

8 months ago

Redeemed Sapling

Creature - Plant

Defender

When Perditous Sapling enters the battlefield, your life total becomes equal to the greatest life among your opponents.

: Transform Perditous Sapling. Activate only if you have the lowest life total.

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Perditous Sapling

() Creature - Tree

When this creature transforms into Perditous Sapling, each opponents life total becomes equal to the lowest life total among them.

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Tree of Perdition and Tree of Redemption pet cards of mine so I jumped at a chance to make an homage to them.

Create red card that interacts with enchantments. Keep in mind that this is something outside of reds colour pie. The only card I'm aware of that does it is Enchanter's Bane.

NV_1980 on Tappy Mill 2.1 (Phenax EDH)

8 months ago

Hi, looks good! Lots of similarities between our Phenax decks. Here are some cards I would recommend:

  1. Dauthi Voidwalker: has two major benefits; exiles stuff instead of just putting it in graveyards AND it allows you to steal something valuable (which can be devastatingly effective at times, especially early game).
  2. Fleet Swallower: milling someone's library on attack is nothing to sneeze at. What's especially awesome is that Swallower can target another player than the one its attacking. So you attack a player with a weak creature defense (which allows it to survive the attack) while you mill a player with a more significant board-presence.
  3. Jace, Memory Adept: an excellent mill-walker and supplies you with more draw if needed.
  4. Pemmin's Aura/Freed from the Real: imagine enchanting something like Charix, the Raging Isle or Tree of Perdition with these babies and then milling someone with them as many times as you have islands (or other sources of blue mana ... brutal!
  5. Bloodchief Ascension: with three counters on it, this goes infinite when combined with Mindcrank.
  6. Realmbreaker, the Invasion Tree: this allows you to ramp by milling; picture your opponents' faces while doing that.

Have fun with the deck!

Uberriffic on Pacifism Barrage!

10 months ago

Runed Arch, Skeleton Key, Floriferous Vinewall, Endoskeleton, and Wall of Shields(which doesn't say on the card, but has apparently been Errata'd to include Defender) could be worth considering to include in this deck.

Also, a niche combo you could pull off would be to include a Wickerwing Effigy and use it to cast your Tree of Perdition which would then come in with all of its abilties, but as a 1/1. Keep it alive for a turn cycle and decide who you like the least. Bonus points if you have a way to do it on the same turn, such as with Tyvar, Jubilant Brawler or your Crashing Drawbridge

jdogz32 on The Ring Tempts You With Toughness Matters (LOTR)

11 months ago

I'd diversify by adding cards like Assault Formation and Tree of Redemption or Tree of Perdition. I run a similar deck based around toughness and I have 8 copies of cards that change the way creatures interact with power and toughness with some draw and I still struggle some games. Some other good cards for you would be Tower Defense and Huatli, the Sun's Heart hope this helps.

hiddengibbons on Tree of perdition and the …

1 year ago

So I read about a combo that uses Tree of Perdition and Turn to Frog that works despite the “loses all abilities” clause if the ability and spell go on the stack in the right order. Could the same be said if say, I put the tree’s ability on the stack and use a morbid Tragic Slip in the right order?

DrukenReaps on top cards of each color

1 year ago

- Luminous Broodmoth and Darksteel Mutation

- Training Grounds and Galecaster Colossus

- Tree of Perdition and Buried Alive

- Shenanigans and Anger

- Devoted Druid and Eternal Witness

Mostly just went with cards I've used often across multiple decks. Not necessarily my hands down favorites in each color but clearly cards I enjoy enough to use more than most cards.

Jb_248 on Bolting the Tree

1 year ago

The tree is killed instantly after Diminish resolves (aka state-based action that does not go to the stack), so when the tree's ability tries to resolve afterwards, the ability will try to check for the tree's toughness, which is unexistent as the tree is dead, therefore making the ability illegal, so it will not resolve.

Note the first ruling on Gatherer for Tree of Perdition: "If Tree of Perdition isn't on the battlefield when the ability resolves, the exchange can't happen and the ability will have no effect. Notably, activating the ability and giving Tree of Perdition -13/-13 in response won't cause your opponent to lose the game."

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