well, that sucks, I had just started putting it in EDH decks. When spells like [[Deadeye Navigator]] exist, you either choose to ban the initiator or the initiated. Really an innocent card, when you think about it. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Press J to jump to the feed. there's a formal rules committee run by a couple of the players who first developed the format. I think Sundering Titan is fine to play with but Griselbrand is not. Casual magic in all it's glory Keep in mind when you play banned cards their usually banned for a reason. Possibly the most antisocial creature ever printed. sundering titan - (G) (MC)[[cardname]] or [[cardname|SET]] to call. Isperia the Inscrutable. That card will surely be gone come September. Most arguments I’ve seen against it’s banning go something like “it keeps the ramp decks in check!” Bollocks. I thought that it was much worse as a general but Bargain is banned for a similar reason, so I understand. 8 years ago. Cards Not On The Banned List That I Would Add. Tinker and Metalworker, integral to numerous blue strategies both as a pair and independently, were banned and three more format staples were put on the watch list: Gifts Ungiven, Time Stretch, and Sundering Titan. I'm actually not surprised at Grizz, though. I think Sundering was a mistake and Grisel should get probation as one of the 99 as he was probably more evil as the commander. Archived. 3x sundering titan 1x elesh born 4x golgari grave troll 4x murderous cut 3x razorverge thicket 4x llanowar wastes 3x caves of kiolos 2x temple of malady 1x temple of silence 3x g/w man land 1x urborg tomb of yawgmoth 4x mana confluence 2x gemstone mine SB-----4x thoughtseize 2x damnation 4x leyline of sanctity 2x ray of revelation 3x abrupt decay It doesn't even win games all of the time. I think Titan got banned around the time Avacyn Restored was released. But I guess that's what I get for running 9 basic land and 3 shock lands. Usually unfun games. This makes me pretty happy. It seems strange to me that some people can make this decision, and it effects everyone. Good riddance. Because things that flicker can break it so quickly it becomes unfun. Ditto; I literally just added both to decks this weekend after being on the fence about adding them for a while. Griselbrand and Sundering Titan added to EDH banned list. ... Sundering Titan...yeah it isn't fun no matter how you slice it. It doesn't even win games all of the time. Sundering Titan...yeah it isn't fun no matter how you slice it. But there are so much removal for it... and I want to play mine :)[[sundering titan]]. I know that in the 5-color games that we play here in Madison, local player Adam Kugler quickly inserted 4 Sundering Titans into his Reanimation deck to great effect. Close. Like dead eye navigator. I am fine with this, I was on the receiving end to a Sundering Titan a while ago. Yeah. It's mostly Judges since it was kind of a Judge format when it started to go big. Outright banning Griselbrand is interesting. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Press J to jump to the feed. Float a bunch of mana and watch the ability stack up. Removal actually makes it do its job again, which is part of the problem. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, Elder Dragon Durdle Podcast/Alesha Who Smiles at Death And Taxes. On a related note I don't know why they didn't just preemptively ban Worldfire. It's not fun. Sundering Titan fits the bill here as a great reanimation target. Sundering Titan - Banned because attacking a player's resources is seen as an unfun way to win. Sway of the Stars - This costs to cast for a weird Timetwister that sets life totals to 7. Its expensive to cast and not exactly game shattering when it enters. Basically, it's a combination of it being a powerful yet casually unfun mechanic on a large body that's easy to tutor (because both artifact and creature) and recur (because both artifact and creature), on an enters-the-battlefield trigger and a leaves-the-battlefield trigger (not even a death trigger, which would at least make it take a bit more work). I don't know man, seems legit to me. This is possibly a slippery slope though: I don't really want the Committee banning mass LD for the sake of fun. At the same time, Crucible of Worlds and Rofellos, Llanowar Emissary, were paroled from the banned list Removal actually makes it do its job again, which is part of the problem. Well, even land destruction like Armageddon is also unfun, just having it be one sided sucks too. Sundering Titan will often be 1 sided (or rather, everyone's side but yours :P) though. These cards are not legal without prior agreement from the other players in the game, and may steer your playgroup to avoid other, similar cards. The following is the official banned list for commander games. Sundering Titan is so unfun, uneven land destruction in general is pretty unfun! 26. This deck is much like the previous deck, where it has a backup plan in case it can't get to the Titan. Griselbrand and Sundering Titan added to EDH banned list. Math leads toward the casual sort of playgroups banning it out of hand anyway. I've seen someone drop it on turn 3ish no lands being destroyed on their own side, only to do it all soon after with sort of recursion or blink. Most ramp decks are 1 or 2 colours, leaving the Titan to hit at least one other player. How many people need to think it's a problem before everyone agrees. Posted by. Lol Why Sundering Titan? Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I don't know for a fact if that's the reason, though. My question is though, who decides this? Edh is all about community rules, the ban list is just a guideline, discuss with playgroup = play whatever you want. Yes, it's an effective card. I can't imagine something like that getting out of hand. Sundering Titan. Sure there is potential for abuse with Suspend cards, but this costs 10 mana. Sure he's annoying but so is a lot of other cards.

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