Angel of Finality is a flavorful card that sees a good deal of Commander play. She can be ridiculous in one-on-one Commander matches as a Tormod’s Crypt on a stick. In playgroups that have graveyard lovers, she’s basically an auto-include in a lot of white-based decks. She’s not the most versatile graveyard removal in the world, but she’s pretty good at what she does while also providing a useful body for the modest mana investment.
The decks that she often finds the most play in are those Commander decks that can re-use enter the battlefield trigger abilities with “blink” mechanics, such as Roon of the Hidden Realm and Brago, King Eternal. Akroma, Angel of Wrath Angel Tribal decks definitely find space for her, giving the deck one more Angel to help boost all other Angels with such cards as Coat of Arms on-board. Many Bant lists such as Derevi, Empyrial Tactician and Rubinia Soulsinger also find board space for her as a utility creature that can also have a decent board presence.
Angel of Finality isn’t the strongest Angel out there, but in Commander, she’s definitely not to be overlooked, and as she’s now in a highly-printed Commander 2013 product, the Evasive Maneuvers Deck, she’s fairly easy to acquire for roughly $3 USD.