As an additional cost to cast this spell, discard a card and sacrifice a creature.
Two target creatures each get -13/-13 until end of turn.
7/13/2016 Discarding a card and sacrificing a creature are both part of Ruthless Disposal’s cost. You can’t discard or sacrifice more to target more creatures, and you can’t cast Ruthless Disposal at all if you don’t have any other cards in hand or if you control no creatures.
7/13/2016 There’s no way to discard a creature card with madness, cast it, and sacrifice it to pay for both of Ruthless Disposal’s additional costs.
7/13/2016 Once you begin to cast Ruthless Disposal, no player may take actions until you’re done. Notably, opponents can’t try to remove the creature you wish to sacrifice.
7/13/2016 You must target exactly two creatures to cast Ruthless Disposal. However, one of the targets can be the creature you intend to sacrifice to pay Ruthless Disposal’s cost.
7/13/2016 If one targeted creature becomes an illegal target, the other will still get -13/-13 until end of turn.
7/13/2016 You can’t target one creature twice to give it -26/-26.