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  2. Tsabo's Decree

    Model INV-BLACK
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Description

Set & Rarity: Invasion, rare

Cost: 5 ManaBlack Mana

Card Type: Instant

Power/Toughness:

Rules Text: Choose a creature type. Target player reveals his or her hand and discards all creature cards of that type. Then destroy all creatures of that type that player controls. They can't be regenerated.

Artist Credit: Thomas M. Baxa

Format Legality: Legal in: Extended, Legacy, Vintage, Online Extended, Prismatic, Tribal Wars, Singleton, Invasion Block

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Date Added: Monday 15 December, 2008 by Luke Campbell
An unbelievably powerful card that has single-handedly won me some hilarious victories.

Obviously it works particularly well against decks that are built around a creature type - Dragon, Fungus, Artifact and so on - to destroy your enemy's entire army in one go, but even early on the discard function can swing things in your favour for a few more turns. Even Ninja (for example) aren't safe, so long as you can target a Human or Rat that's already in play!

One of my favourite tricks it to use it in a Blue/Black deck alongside Unnatural Selection; you can take out a large swathe of your opponent's permanents, AND you can deliberately pick on a few extras that you also don't like into the bargain.
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars! ]
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