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Posted By: seraphsembrace (9/18/2013 7:55:38 AM)


Of course you can't kill a god. A god can only be forgotten, hence the name.
Posted By: sweetgab (10/1/2013 9:26:20 PM)


Welcome to Theros, where the Gods are indestructible.

But apparently any d!ckhead with three mana can send em packing...
Posted By: SeriouslyFacetious (10/28/2013 2:55:38 PM)


Gets rid of both Gods and potentially dangerous enchantments, such as Celestial Archon and the Dryad cycle.
Posted By: Mistralis (9/21/2013 7:57:16 PM)


@Tiggurix: how strange, in the version I heard Athena turned Arachna into a spider out of spite, in a "oh if you're such a good weaver then you can damn well weave FOREVER!" kind of deal.
Posted By: Arachnos (10/11/2013 1:21:04 PM)


@Continue: Disenchant and Naturalize are both destruction effects. You're paying 1 extra to remove a bothersome enchantment or artifact from the game entirely. As for Revoke Existence, well, Mode explained it to you already.
Posted By: Lord_Skoonie (10/13/2013 12:19:00 PM)


And when was the last time Disenchant was printed? Time Spiral as a relic to the past. Disenchant was corrected to Naturalize much the same way Prodigal Sorcerer became Prodigal Pyromancer. White has enchantment removal, Red has artifact removal, Green has both. Yes, white gets a little artifact removal, but not near as much as Red and Green. And even then, White typically exiles things while Green and Red simply destroy them.

And to everyone asking, that's a ancient Greek styled helmet in the art. the last time White had something like this it was Altar's Light, Devout Chaplain, and Return to Dust, all of which were much more expensive than Revoke Existence.
Posted By: RedJaron (10/17/2013 7:03:09 AM)


True, but Green is also supposed to be the color that best deals with artifacts and enchantments. Therefore this should actually be as cheap as revoke existence.


First of all, your reliance on insulting other commentors shows that should probably work on your communication skills. Second, again green is supposed to be the best color against artifacts and enchantments, so your entire color change argument doesn't make any sense. This was likely costed at 3 because of the standard environment. There's no reason we can't expect a green version of revoke existence someday.
Posted By: 1337vanguard (11/17/2013 7:23:16 AM)


I think flavor-wise this might be foreshadowing of what's to come for Theros. The gods slowly being forgotten and fading into nothing.
Posted By: The_Hittite (12/19/2013 5:43:58 PM)


Revoke Existence shows that this is overcosted. To the people arguing against me: Disenchant, Naturalize. I feel nothing else needs to be said.

edit: Revoke Existence has been confirmed for a reprint in Born of the Gods; also seeing a comeback is Deglamer, albeit as Unravel the Æther. Expect this card's rating to drop well below its current 3.5/5.
Posted By: Continue (1/23/2014 8:43:46 AM)