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Posted By: Villainous1 (3/18/2013 9:33:05 AM)


Day of Judgement: When you need to kill everyone on the battlefield, judge them.
Wrath of God: When you need everyone to stay dead, have god judge them.
Final Judgment: When you need them to stay away forever, call O-Kagachi Energy

By far the single strongest answer to creatures, entire armies don't matter to it, protection, undying, persist, regeneration, indestructible, shroud, hex-proof, all are meaningless.

A functional reprint, or a straight reprint for that matter, would be greatly useful. Few other things answer indestructible creatures such as Myr/Darksteel Forge with such authority.
Posted By: Sorain (4/1/2012 4:14:58 AM)


As of now, Norin has a friend which can stick with him after the final judgment. That friend is Misthollow Griffin.
Posted By: Sutebe (4/27/2012 12:57:02 AM)


I want to see this reprinted without flavor text, just so we can have "Exile all creatures" in the center of the text box a la Day of Judgment.
Posted By: ViashinoWizard (5/19/2013 2:43:41 AM)


A very exuberant way of saying, "You done f**cked up, Konda!"

Ironically, this card exiles Konda, Lord of Eiganjo as easily as any other card.
Posted By: Reishyn (6/16/2013 8:04:43 PM)


You guys are all talking about how Final Judgement can and can't exile Progenitus, but what you don't understand is that O-Kagachi (the creature in the art from Final Judgement) IS Progenitus!
The flavor text from Progenitus is "The Soul of the World has returned," and some info on O-Kagachi taken from the MTG Salvation Wiki states that, "It was the soul of the world, the very first kami, as old as the plane itself."
It also says at the end of O-Kagachi's story that he was eventually defeated, and so that would explain how he has returned - even if he returned in a different plane, in a different form.
Is it not absolutely amazing that WOTC made this connection between planes, over (about) 5 years, and no one noticed?!?! Progenitus is just Final Judgement in creature form!!!

If this was common knowledge, could s... (see all)
Posted By: ScytheWrath (2/8/2014 7:34:16 PM)


Regeneration? Shroud? Persist? Unearth? Protection? Indestructible? Toughness exorbitantly above zero?

Final Judgment, the very best there is. When you absolutely positively got to kill every muthaf*cka in the room, accept no substitutes.
Posted By: MisterAction (7/16/2011 2:52:18 AM)


@TotalDomination - "so pretty much from my understanding, "remove all creatures from the game" should of been "remove all creatures in play from the game". therefore, the card has been misleading and has been used incorrectly unless Wizards reprints it or posts an official ruling, as it has none right now."

Sorry, but that's incorrect. Magic terminology is very specific. A creature card is only considered a creature when it's on the battlefield. When you're holding a Llanowar Elves in your hand, for instance, it's a creature card, not a creature, which is why your opponent can't Doom Blade or Unmake it, and why Hidden Horror asks you to discard a "creature card," not a creature. If a card, like Final Judgment, says "Remove all creatures from the game" (or "Exile all creatures," as it is currently worded), it only applies to creatures, not creature cards, which are the... (see all)
Posted By: SpencerDub (4/23/2011 2:25:44 PM)


If I hear someone say "Doesn't kill Progenitus" one more time, I am going to exile the world.
Posted By: Guest513736147 (8/18/2010 10:56:42 AM)


It was once said that Swords to Plowshare kills just about any creature in Magic, but the fact is, it can only actually kill 97.2737538% of all creatures as of this date.

Final Judgment, has raised that bar to 98.8385223% to date. Yay.

Creatures with unique abilities like Norin the Wary, and creatures with inherant Boomerang abilities like Arcanis. Mangara of Corondor can also be said to be immune, and many others. Although, once you play this, don't expect any creatures remaining - it's as a complete creatures boardwipe as you can get.
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