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Felidar Sovereign and Test of Endurance both trigger on upkeep, meaning each of your opponents gets one turn to burn, pillage, and plunder your life total and/or win condition card of choice. This card, on the other hand, can just show up randomly at any time and end the game.

EDH (errr, Commander that is!) is supposed to be a casual, fun multiplayer format. Felidar and Endurance create drama on the board. Can your opponents take care of you before your next upkeep? This card isn't dramatic. If it resolves and you meet the requirements, game over.
Posted By: Troutz (1/26/2011 8:45:51 PM)


This plus Prismatic Omen, Transguild Courier, and Fist of Suns has won me many a games on turn 5 in my five-color deck
Posted By: notwithabang (7/15/2009 5:49:05 PM)


A shame David Cameron don't got the resources to play this :(
Posted By: Raszero (6/18/2011 4:10:42 PM)


Aaaaah, man. I remember when I threw in Glittering Wish in my Scarecrow deck just before a duel. When I got Wish, I already had out all the necessary lands and Scrapbasket

Played Wish, nabbed Coalition Victory, paid one for Scrapbasket.

Won at life.
Posted By: Sixty3Zero (9/14/2010 10:25:33 AM)


@ Kal_Sunchaser
According to the rules "You" does not specify a target, thus this particular spell does not have a target. In other words, no, you can't "steal" the win ;) .
Posted By: Shamajotsi (5/31/2010 2:21:30 PM)


This may work well in a Sliver deck as well..
Posted By: Richard_Hawk (9/23/2010 11:24:59 PM)


so you only need one wubrg creature? nice...not that hard to pull off actually.
Posted By: Arachibutyrophobia (8/5/2011 10:35:25 PM)


Transguild Courier and Prismatic Omen.
Posted By: iUseBreakOpen (1/5/2012 10:12:54 PM)


I remember playing Sliver Control back in Time Spiral, using Dormant Sliver and Opposition Sliver (I forget it's name, something like Mindwhip, Mindlash, or Telekinetic, all slivers have T: Tap target Permanent) to lock down your opponent. The kill card: Coalition Victory. There was never a game when we DIDN'T have all basic land types and all colors out at once if we were winning.
Posted By: Phantom_of_the_FNM (4/14/2011 9:50:30 AM)


Well, you'd feel pretty badly if your opponent happened to be holding Gather Specimens and you played a ridiculous angel like that...
Posted By: stop-whining (4/27/2011 8:08:03 AM)


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