Since in MTG Arena most of the stuff is automatic when it comes to resolving stack, I never had need to study rules more closely. Source(s): In addition, several cards in Conspiracy: Take the Crown get better … Read rules and understand most of it. As You probably figured out by the thread title the goal of this deck is to get Cho-Manno out with a Pariah effect and hide behind it. One thing I'm not sure of: I'm not sure how Pariah is worded. I gained control of his Pariah (and his Pyrohemia among other things). There is the obvious redirect to stuffy doll trick you can do for deal damage to target other creature you control trick but I think there is more I can do with this. 1 decade ago. We also have a set up where every tutor in the deck will fetch You 1 of those effects. Monarch is a player's designation that was introduced for multiplayer games in Conspiracy: Take the Crown.12345 The mechanic returned in Commander Legends.6 The Monarch marker Only one player at a time can be the monarch. It replaces damage being dealt to you by damage being dealt to enchanted creature. IRN_Ag. It doesn't change anything about the damage - the source, type (damage from a spell, permanent, combat, etc), or amount. I started playing MTG Arena recently and decided to purchase physical mtg deck to play with friends. Effects that interact with activated abilities (such as Stifle or Rings of Brighthearth) will interact with cycling. Later he casts Pariah on his Stuffy Doll. Effects that interact with spells (such as Remove Soul or Faerie Tauntings) will not. I feel like I can find a way to use that. OK my opponent in a commander game played a Stuffy Doll naming me. I have an Aura Thief in play. If it says choose a new target than it must be a legal target. Pariah Mtg. But now, since I introduce more friends to the game I need to know how it works. The monarch has the following ability: "At the beginning of the monarch's end step, draw a card." Once you have applied one of the two replacement effects, the other one no longer applies to the modified event, so it doesn't do anything. There is a lot of Pariah Creatures isn't there. 6/14/2019: If a card in a player’s graveyard has in its mana cost, X is considered to be 0. Pariah is a replacement effect. EDH Recommendations and strategy content for Magic: the Gathering Commander To achieve this goal with have 2 full strength Pariah effects and a partial 1 provided You have the mana to use it. He activates his Pyrohemia twice killing my Aura Thief. If a creature has pro then it doesn't matter how the damage is redirected, the damage will have no effect. You can choose to draw 2 cards by using the Pariah on the Swans, or get two damage to your opponent by using the replacement effect of the Pariah on the Stuffy Doll, but not both. 0 0. (other than the put that enchantment on Cho manno trick).