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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
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper Duel Commander Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Planechase Legal
Premodern Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal



Return target creature card with converted mana cost/mana value 3 or less from your graveyard to battlefield.

Cycling (, Discard this card: Draw a card.)

wallisface on Cut-CO knives are ehxpensive!

10 hours ago

Some thoughts:

  • as Fae of Wishes will almost always be grabbing Clock of Omens, and because the Clock of Omens combo is relatively easy to assemble, i’d just suggest cutting Fae of Wishes entirely and just run Clock of Omens mainboard - to cut out the middleman.

  • I don’t think Memnite does anything for you here and should probably be cut so you can run full playsets of the cards that matter most (i.e., Asmo, Manufactor).

  • Personally i’d move Fatal Push to the sideboard and run Unearth in its place. You’re a combo deck so top priority should be keeping the combo pieces alive. Also, if you’re unearthing Asmo, she’ll very quickly be able to killspell the problem threat herself.

Flavuss on Minotaurs gang

1 month ago

aholder7 thank you so much for your detailed comment , i appreciate it and I completely see what you're tying to suggest. I'll definitely try it the way you posted above. Btw My initial idea was to have low cost disruption spell to mess with the opponent and to have cards like Bloodrage Brawler and Bone Shards to enable early turns Unearth to cheat from graveyard minotaurs and to have as fast as possible the requisite for Neheb, the Worthy ability. and yes Kragma Warcaller felt very slow for this idea. Do you think that this way the deck can somehow works? Thank you for your time :)

dnthymamai on Discard Raven

2 months ago

Nice discard deck! May I also suggest some ideas for the sideboard:

Quest for the Nihil Stone if you find that your opponent's hand empties fast (e.g. they are aggro).

Cabal Therapist for game 2, when you already have information on your opponent's deck.

Unearth for some recursion for your key creature!

Barbarian_Sun_Pope on Mono-black zomboys

2 months ago

Nice deck (+1), have you considered Unearth? It's cheap, hits most of the creatures in the deck, and it's even on theme. Hope this helps =)

wallisface on Mono Black Deathtouch

2 months ago

Your mana curve feels pretty high considering the only relevant text most your creatures have is “deathtouch”. I’d suggest lowering the curve. Also, stuff like Unearth is probably very useful here to help make sure Hooded Blightfang stays on the battlefield.

TypicalTimmy on Whats a custom card you …

3 months ago

wallisface, reading each example carefully;

  • Surgical Extraction targets a card within the graveyard, not the graveyard as a zone.
  • Snapcaster Mage targets, specifically, an instant or sorcery card. Not the graveyard.
  • Unearth likewise targets a creature card with mana value 3 or less from your graveyard, and again not the graveyard itself.

What that_dude33 is asking for is a card that prevents the graveyard in totality from being targeted. My point is that the graveyard itself is never the target, rather the individual contents of it are. The only other exception is targeting the player whom controls the graveyard, such as Angel of Finality, targeting the player, not their graveyard. Therefore, if the opponent has an Orbs of Warding, Angel of Finality can not target them, thus it can not view their graveyard for its exiling effect of the ETB ability.

Unless an ability is worded as one of the following, it'll never target the graveyard itself:

  • "Exile target graveyard."
  • "Shuffle target graveyard into its controller's library." (I am not sure if legally we 'own' our graveyard or not. Therefore I do not know if we are the 'owner' or 'controller', so I just went with controller. I suspect we do not 'own' a zone, but do 'control' it. Though, I am not sure.)

Instead, what we see are wordings such as:

  • Bojuka Bog where we exile target PLAYER's graveyard, not targeting the graveyard itself. Or, Cranial Archive, again which targets the player him or herself and not the graveyard.
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