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

Instant

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

Standard
Frontier
Modern
Pauper
Legacy
Penny
Vintage
Duel Cmdr.
Commander
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)