well, that sucks, I had just started putting it in EDH decks. It's not fun. When spells like [[Deadeye Navigator]] exist, you either choose to ban the initiator or the initiated. Yeah. Removal actually makes it do its job again, which is part of the problem. This is possibly a slippery slope though: I don't really want the Committee banning mass LD for the sake of fun. On a related note I don't know why they didn't just preemptively ban Worldfire. Possibly the most antisocial creature ever printed. Close. Sundering Titan...yeah it isn't fun no matter how you slice it. 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. How many people need to think it's a problem before everyone agrees. Yes, it's an effective card. 26. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Press J to jump to the feed. Archived. It's mostly Judges since it was kind of a Judge format when it started to go big. I think Titan got banned around the time Avacyn Restored was released. Isperia the Inscrutable. I am fine with this, I was on the receiving end to a Sundering Titan a while ago. 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 Sure there is potential for abuse with Suspend cards, but this costs 10 mana. Ditto; I literally just added both to decks this weekend after being on the fence about adding them for a while. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Press J to jump to the feed. Like dead eye navigator. My question is though, who decides this? Posted by. Math leads toward the casual sort of playgroups banning it out of hand anyway. Sundering Titan. At the same time, Crucible of Worlds and Rofellos, Llanowar Emissary, were paroled from the banned list Griselbrand and Sundering Titan added to EDH banned list. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, Elder Dragon Durdle Podcast/Alesha Who Smiles at Death And Taxes. Float a bunch of mana and watch the ability stack up. Cards Not On The Banned List That I Would Add. I'm actually not surprised at Grizz, though. I think Sundering Titan is fine to play with but Griselbrand is not. Edh is all about community rules, the ban list is just a guideline, discuss with playgroup = play whatever you want. 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). ... Sundering Titan...yeah it isn't fun no matter how you slice it. Good riddance. I don't know for a fact if that's the reason, though. 8 years ago. Sundering Titan is so unfun, uneven land destruction in general is pretty unfun! sundering titan - (G) (MC)[[cardname]] or [[cardname|SET]] to call. Sundering Titan will often be 1 sided (or rather, everyone's side but yours :P) though. Because things that flicker can break it so quickly it becomes unfun. It doesn't even win games all of the time. Most arguments I’ve seen against it’s banning go something like “it keeps the ramp decks in check!” Bollocks.

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