Worldfire

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Legality

Format Legality
Archenemy Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Worldfire

Sorcery

Exile all permanents. Exile all cards from all hands and graveyards. Each player's life total becomes 1.

Made_Compleat on Davros, Dragon's Approach

3 months ago

Rasaru, for the purposes of your Spellweaver Helix + Worldfire combo, have you considered Final Parting? It sets everything up perfectly by giving you Spellweaver Helix and dumping Worldfire in the graveyard.

Also, Azoth2099, that's a really cool take on a more graveyard-focused Dragon's Approach deck. I have my own version of this deck Daleks & Dragons [[Davros EDH]] and you've inspired me to add Kess, Dissident Mage. While I don't think I can maintain my deck while pivoting strategies as you've described, I really want to see how you would make a more graveyard focused Approach deck with Kess or maybe Inalla, Archmage Ritualist. If you build that deck, please show me!

indieinside on Barren Glory and Planeswalker Emblems

4 months ago

Barren Glory is the win condition in my Super-friends deck. I just got to thinking about it and I have a question about Barren Glory triggering if there are Emblems on the table?

My removal cards are Apocalypse and Worldfire.

Rasaru on Davros, Dragon's Approach

4 months ago

Minor changes include:

Snow-Covered Mountain -> Flamekin Village (Hasty dragons are nice, but this can also be political)

Fiery Inscription -> Worldfire (Fiery Inscription is excellent, but makes it almost too easy. Going add alt win, Worldfire + Spellweaver Helix combo)

Notorious Throng -> Spellweaver Helix (Tokens are nice, but this is more on theme and goes toward the Worldfire + Spellweaver Helix combo)

Metroid_Hybrid on Are Worldfire and Bearer of …

6 months ago

@FormOverFunction: Note that Worldfire was printed in the set immediately before Return to Ravnica (the earliest set allowed in the newer Pioneer format), and later on, Bearer of the Heavens was printed in the second-to-last set with "Modern" frames.

These are hardly "older cards" in the context in which you speak. Or in other words: wrong era for that argument. The OP is discussing late-Modern-era cards of 9~11 years ago, not the sometimes insane cards that came out of the mid-90's; 25~30 years ago..

plakjekaas on Are Worldfire and Bearer of …

6 months ago

Mythologically speaking, Atlas (who Bearer of the Heavens is based on, was literally turned into Mountains (the Atlas mountain range in northern Africa), so there's your top-down connection with .

The Worldfire one is most likely portraying an apocalyptic inferno, burning away everything in existence down to ashes. When the world itself is burning, no graveyard will survive. The flavor text mentions it started as "the smallest spark" and recklessly consuming all with no heed for your surroundings or the future, does sound like the ultimate expression of the red philosophy, mechanical card implications be damned! Burn those to a crisp too!

At least that's my interpretation :P

DemonDragonJ on Are Worldfire and Bearer of …

6 months ago

I believe that both Worldfire and Bearer of the Heavens are color pie breaks, because both of them do things that red is not supposed to do: i.e., they both allow red to destroy creatures, enchantments, and planeswalkers (red is not supposed to be able to destroy enchantments and is supposed to deal with creatures and planeswalkers via damage, not outright destruction) and Worldfire interacts with zones in ways that red does not typically interact (i.e., red is not supposed to exile cards from hands and graveyards, nor does it directly interact with life totals outside of dealing damage). If Bearer of the Heavens was white, it would have been perfectly acceptable, so I feel that it is a very weird oversight that it is red, although I am not certain what colors that Worldfire would need to be in order for it to be in-color; red/black would cover everything except for exiling enchantments, while black/white would allow for all effects, but would not make sense from a flavor perspective, being styled as a fire-based spell.

What does everyone else say about this? Are Worldfire and Bearer of the Heavens color pie breaks?

Icbrgr on Your favorite, wait this works! …

8 months ago

Mine was when I was brewing around Spellweaver Helix and Worldfire

The combo wasn't so much hard or difficult to pull off but it was that last point of damage that was puzzling me... Rift Bolt and Keldon Marauders were my discovery for sure fire victory!... bolt goes off of suspend for the win and marauders deal leave the field damage!

DemonDragonJ on Is Wild Magic Surge a …

9 months ago

plakjekaas, I very much believe that Worldfire is a break, since it does multiple things that red is not supposed to do, and I also believe that Bearer of the Heavens should have been white, not red, since its effect is perfectly in-pie for white, but not for red.

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