Quote from Wraithpk »I know this is changing topics, but does anyone else find it odd that enchantments are the only permanent type that can only be destroyed/exiled by two colors of the color pie instead of 3+? It's something I've been aware of for a long time, as I tend to gravitate towards Grixis decks, and Grixis colors have 0 ways to permanently deal with a resolved enchantment. Enchantment destruction is only in white and green. Meanwhile, Creatures can be destroyed in all 5 colors to some degree; artifacts by red, white, and green; Planeswalkers by black, red, green, and white; and lands by white, red, and green.
I thought of this again when I read a comment in the ban/unban thread about Blood Moon, how part of the problem of Blood Moon is that red can't destroy enchantments, so Blood Moon kind of protects itself. I think I would actually like to see enchantment destruction given to blue. Blue can't really deal with anything else after it's resolved, so it would give it a new angle since they've powered down everything else that blue does these days. Also, enchantments are kind of like persistent magical spells, so blue destroying them would be like them dispelling the persistent spell, so it works on a flavor level. Any thoughts?
Quote from AUTUMNTWILIGHT »The main use of Amulet to me seems dunking on Token Strats so specifically it seems best for stopping Mardu Pyromancer granted it doesn't actually kill the tokens or stop them from blocking so...dubious use.