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Given that you're playing against a monoblack deck this is of course preferable to Wrath of God, but i'd prefer having this one or Day of Judgement nontheless.
Being a marginal sideboard choice, it should cost less. The black counterpart from Portal for instance, Virtue's Ruin, proofs that.
Posted By: Mode (1/15/2010 8:48:08 AM)


It costs the same as Wrath, so many people would dismiss it as sub-par.... But it is actually really, really good sideboard material for any non-black deck with even a bit of white or, hell, even a deck with a bit of black!

Also keep in mind, however, that it is much more like Day of Judgment than Wrath, since the creatures can regenerate. In black, that could be a problem, where there are Drudge Skeletons running around.
Posted By: Weretarrasque (2/12/2010 4:14:30 AM)


I'm only worried about one creature in the deck I run, and that's Progenitus. This geets it off the board without killing my own creatures. Great if you're running mono-white
Posted By: Khias (3/15/2010 6:33:05 PM)


@mrredhatter Whim of Volrath does not work on spells. I'm sure one of those cards can do what you're suggesting though.
Posted By: Crag-Hack (7/5/2011 1:48:10 AM)


All of my friends run black creatures because doom blade was too powerful. I play this instead and love the looks on their faces as the scathe zombies all hit the bin
Posted By: Sk8er_Boi_1999 (9/9/2011 7:15:52 PM)


Thats Racist.
Posted By: Nayban (7/30/2011 1:15:01 PM)


This was probably the best when there where not many decks run muti-colored decks. Now? Not so much. Most decks now a-days have 2 colors in them.
Posted By: John-Bender (12/22/2009 12:14:31 PM)


Run with Whim of Volrath.
Posted By: mrredhatter (3/2/2010 8:44:27 AM)


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