Destructive Revelry is one of the newest "Magic: The Gathering" cards spoiled today Aug. 19, 2013 from Wizards of the Coast's upcoming product "Duel Decks: Heroes vs. Monsters. Destructive Revelry is one of six "Theros" preview cards that were revealed in an article by Trick Jarrett on DailyMTG.com.
Destructive Revelry - RG
Destroy target artifact or enchantment. Destructive Revelry deals 2 damage to that permanent's controller.
"Stoke a fire hot enough and you'll never run out of things to burn."
-Xenagos, the Reveler
Not every deck runs an artifact or enchantment, which is why players usually reserve artifact and enchantment hate for their sideboards. The problem is that they're reactive cards that generally don't have much of an impact on the board state or an opponent (other than destroying the card they were sideboarded in to deal with in the first place). Destructive Revelry is a cheap and effective means of removal for pesky permanents like Detention Sphere or Assemble the Legion that will also help you win the game. While Destructive Revelry only deals two damage, in an aggressive gruul deck every point counts.
How will you use Destructive Revelry?
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