Fall of the Titans {X}{X}{R}


Surge {X}{R} (You may cast this spell for its surge cost if you or a teammate has cast another spell this turn.)

Fall of the Titans deals X damage to each of up to two target creatures and/or players.

As Gideon kept the brood lineages at bay, Chandra incinerated the bound Eldrazi titans.

Illustrated by Chris Rallis

Duel Cmdr.
1v1 Cmdr.
Notes and Rules Information for Fall of the Titans
  • If one of the targets is a player, you can redirect the damage dealt by Fall of the Titans to a planeswalker that player controls. However, Fall of the Titans can’t be used to deal damage to both a player and a planeswalker he or she controls (unless a separate redirection effect applies). (2016-01-22)
  • Fall of the Titan’s converted mana cost is based on its mana cost of {X}{X}{R}, even if you’re casting it for its surge cost. For example, if you cast Fall of the Titans for its surge cost and choose 4 for X, its converted mana cost will be 9. (2016-01-22)
  • For some cards, surge represents only an alternative cost, a discount that applies if you or a teammate has cast another spell this turn. Other cards, like Reckless Bushwhacker, have additional abilities or effects if you paid the surge cost to cast the spell. (2016-01-22)
  • The other spell that you or a teammate cast can be one that’s resolved, one that was countered, or (for instants with surge) one that’s still on the stack. (2016-01-22)
  • If an instant or sorcery spell cast for its surge cost is copied, the copy is also considered to have had its surge cost paid. (2016-01-22)
  • Casting a spell for its surge cost doesn’t change its mana cost or its converted mana cost. (2016-01-22)