Tree of Perdition
Creature — Plant
: Exchange target opponent's life total with Tree of Perdition's toughness.
|Have (2)||metalmagic ,|
Combos Browse all
- Archfiend of Despair + Tree of Perdition
- Korozda Guildmage + Tree of Perdition
- Neheb, the Eternal + Tree of Perdition
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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Tree of Perdition Discussion
5 days ago
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5 days ago
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It's a toughness-based plant theme in . I could actually buy this one, if I like the art.
3 weeks ago
While not token generators these two cards could help you control life totals so your Commander triggers more frequently,
4 weeks ago
Add Glimpse the Unthinkable and Maddening Cacophony for some large mill. Add better counterspells like Counterspell , Didn't Say Please , Disallow and Thought Collapse . Take out Bone to Ash , Cancel , and other bad counterspells. Add better removal like Dimir Charm , Heartless Act and Drown in the Loch . Take out Doom Blade and bounce spells. If you still want a bounce spell, add Brazen Borrower . Take out Illusionary Armor and Exquisite Blood for Lightning Greaves and Swiftfoot Boots . You need better ramp so definitely add Sol Ring , Arcane Signet , Dimir Signet and add Command Tower for a land. Add Cloak of Mists and Aether Tunnel for Tricks of the Trade and Way of the Thief . Go infinite with Rings of Brighthearth + Basalt Monolith + Mind Grind . This isn't a mill win condition, but if you want to do something janky, you could do Tree of Perdition + Reduce in Stature + Sovereign's Bite to reduce an opponent to 0 life. Here's a lot of cards to put in. Hope this helps
3 months ago
For counter spells I would recommend Didn't Say Please and Thought Collapse . Perplex would be a bonus. To take full advantage of Phenax's ability, I'd recommend Tree of Perdition . I would also recommend some more graveyard hate. Bojuka Bog is a must. Planar Void can prevent your opponents' graveyards from getting too big. Add in Duskmantle Guildmage as a win combo with Mindcrank. With most of your spells Blue, Drowned Secrets is a good mill booster. And don't forget Ruin Crab . Happy Hunting!
3 months ago
Does it count if I lost in a glorious way?
I played my Rankle, Master of Pranks deck, on turn 6 I played a Gray Merchant of Asphodel that drained each opponent for 14 (I had quite a few permanents ramped out with Crypt Ghast and Nirkana Revenant on turn 3 and 4). It was a 5-player game, I extorted a bit, so I was at a comfortable 104 life. I swing in with Rankle, and put the trigger on the stack, choosing all modes. Then it happened.
The Phenax, God of Deception player used a dork to mill himself for 5, putting Tree of Perdition in the graveyard. He then activated the ability on his Lazav, the Multifarious in play to become a copy of the Tree. He tapped the Lazav to switch its toughness with my life total. Then he activated his Thousand-Year Elixir to untap it, then tapped it again with Phenax's ability, to mill me for 104. With the all-modes Rankle trigger... Still... On the stack...
4 months ago
Hi sSasquatch, thanks for tuning in! The majority of my wins come from
- Tree of Perdition
- Theft: Empress Galina, Chainer, Dementia Master and Memnarch.
- As you picked up, pingers: Hateflayer plus one of Gilded Lotus, Coveted Jewel and Prismatic Geoscope will finish things very quickly. Kamahl, Pit Fighter and/or Spikeshot Goblin plus Intruder Alarm also works nicely.
I haven't been able to play in a few months due to a long work trip but would definitely recommend the new Sakashima of a Thousand Faces if you aren't running it already. Happy caging!
5 months ago
For starters, remove
Think about adding in