Wave of Vitriol

Wave of Vitriol


Each player sacrifices all artifacts, enchantments, and nonbasic lands he or she controls. For each land sacrificed this way, its controller may search his or her library for a basic land card and put it onto the battlefield tapped. Then each player who searched his or her library this way shuffles it.

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Set Rarity
Commander Anthology (CM1) Rare
Commander 2014 (C14) Rare

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Format Legality
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Highlander Legal
Limited Legal
Leviathan Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Legacy Legal

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Wave of Vitriol Discussion

C3Bito on Shalai Voice of Bad Decisions

2 weeks ago

I would suggest Sigarda, Host of Herons as its an angel and protects your board. Also when able to upgrade some of your removal and interaction pieces for more in green like Nature's Claim. I would also suggest more land ramp such as Cultivate and Nature's Lore. Depending on what you are doing Armageddon is fun but may hurt your own strat as well, so maybe changing to a different boardwipe like Wrath of God for flavor or Wave of Vitriol to have something different. Also captain sisay is great for the amount of legends you run, but think about more tutors for creatures so you can get your board state presence up really quickly, or be able to find the two pieces of Gisela and Bruna easier. If you can afford it maybe an Enlightened Tutor for enchantments, Worldly Tutor or Rishkar's Expertise or Life's Legacy for creature tutor. Also just neat draw spells since green white doesn't have a lot of draw might be Return of the Wildspeaker or Harmonize. Harmonize is undervalued but it is a solid draw 3 in green for 4 mana with no conditions, and return of the wildspeaker is versatile since you can use ot for draw or to buff your angels and swing in for big damage. I hope this helps in your deck building!

ColdDeath on Multani, Shrouded by Nature

2 months ago

ClassicCox you are absolutely right, that's not hexproof, that's shroud! In that case I would consider Yeva, Nature's Herald. Also, if you want a crazy game, try Wild Pair for a change.

Wave of Vitriol is meant to be played at a time when staying alive is more important then your hand size.

ClassicCox on Multani, Shrouded by Nature

2 months ago

DarkHero and ColdDeath i feel like you didn't stop to read the deck introduction. Shroud is different from hexproof. Not only your opponents, but you as well are unable to target Multani with any spell or ability. So, equipments, like Lightning Greaves and auras, like Rancor are useless. That's basically the main restriction of the deck.

Wave of Vitriol is a card i'm considering, but as it would remove both Reliquary tower and Thought vessel, i'm worried that it could backfire often and give me hand size problems.

ColdDeath on Multani, Shrouded by Nature

2 months ago

For carddraw action I would consider Font of Mythos. For an extra boardwhipe I would consider Wave of Vitriol. To make Multani a bigger threat I would consider Rancor, Swiftfoot Boots / Lightning Greaves. Maybe put in some tutors? Personally I love Fierce Empath and Woodland Bellower, they can look for each other, so if you have one, you practically have the other as well. Your deck has a lot of six drops and efficient three drops. I think they can make your deck more consistent.

Beebles on Deck with Mazirek, Kraul Death Priest

2 months ago

Hey there. I happened to bump into your list. As a fellow Mazirek player, here are some things that stood out to me:

  • You are running a very low land count. There are only 30 lands that make mana, meaning you will most likely miss land drops in your games, causing you to fall behind. With your curve, I would go to 37 lands that make mana at minimum.
  • Similarly, the amount of draw spells you run seems on the low side to me. You run about 5. See if you can increase that category to be around 10 cards. You could consider cards like Lifeblood Hydra, Skullclamp and Yawgmoth, Thran Physician.
  • Your hate package could contain more cards that are sacrifice-based. Some such alternatives include Pir's Whim, Vona's Hunger and Wave of Vitriol.
  • A few cards that I really enjoy in my Mazirek deck that I was missing here are Devoted Druid, Lotus Field (great to grab with Pir's Whim), Pattern of Rebirth and Hardened Scales.

Hope some of these tips are useful to you :)

Epicurus on Klothys Hates Your Lands

2 months ago

DreadKhan Thanks for the comment and the upvote!

Once upon a time (about 5-6 weeks ago), Blood Moon was in the deck. However, playtesting immediately proved that it hurt me more than it helped. I'm more dependent on my own nonbasic lands than I originally thought I would be. For a similar reason, Tranquil Grove might do more harm than good. But I will consider that one the next few times I play.

Wave of Vitriol is an interesting idea. With all the land recursion, dropping all those lands, replacing them right away, and then recurring the ones I dropped - especially if Wren and Six is on the field - sounds awesome in theory. It does cost a bit much for this deck, but I'm willing to playtest it and see how it goes.

Thanks again!

DreadKhan on Klothys Hates Your Lands

2 months ago

Would Blood Moon fit in here? It will tend to make a lot of lands useless when played, and won't hurt you as terribly, since you're pretty heavy on red. It's definitely fast.

I feel like something like Wave of Vitriol or Tranquil Grove could help, depending somewhat on your meta.

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