Accumulated Knowledge


Format Legality
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Masters 25 (A25) Common
Duel Decks: Elspeth vs. Kiora (DDO) Common
FNM Promos (FNM) Rare
Nemesis (NMS) Common

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Accumulated Knowledge


Draw a card, then draw cards equal to the number of cards named Accumulated Knowledge in all graveyards.

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Accumulated Knowledge Discussion

sceptikal on No Creatures, No Problems

1 month ago

obZen-: i like that idea a lot. thanks! that also makes Accumulated Knowledge better. With Jace's Erasure, would it be worth it to add some Brainstorms to trigger it? I suppose I'd have to add some more Evolving Wilds if I did that in order to have a way to shuffle those brainstormed cards away.

StrateN on UR Thermo-Alchemist

4 months ago

Ponder, Serum Visions, Gitaxian Probe and Preordain are having the downside, that they are sorcerys. That's okay in the beginning or if I want to go wild in my own turn. But I would prefer to cast as much as possible of my spells in my opponents turn.

Because of this, I'm thinking about playing Opt instead of Preordain.What's your opinion about this?

Of course is Gitaxian Probe stronger then Accumulated Knowledge, but I already had a playset of Knowledge. And I like the possibility to draw more than one card with it. In the lategame I would say, that it may even be stronger than the Gitaxian Probe.

Flooremoji on A Weird Storm

5 months ago

Your Accumulated Knowledge is illegal, and I can't think of more budget cards!

Kiivuhl on Thou shalt not play Magic! (UBg Teachings)

6 months ago

portent is little worse than ponder, and it is not a card draw spell. Gitaxian probe - it is mostly for combo decks or aggro, not for control.

+1 for the deck, cause I LOVE EVERY Draw-Go control in pauper!

But about deck - in 60card one, for me there is no room for more than 2 teachings (even 2 is to much. For example Think Twice is much better early, when D-Gc have hard time to stay alive, but you can not do any sheningans in late game, like tutor for Whispers of the Muse or tutor for Perplex and then tutor for talisman or Bloody tome). In the other hand - Think Twice is just batter than Accumulated Knowledge, but this is just my own conclusion after lot of games.

I recommend 4x chainers, 3x exclude, 2-4 prohibit - for sure. And to not play sprout swarm if you have a lot of other creatures.

CommanderNeyo on Heads or Tails

7 months ago

Nice deck. One thing you may not have noticed is this deck is actually not modern legal - Accumulated Knowledge and Counterspell are not legal in this format. Perhaps change it to Legacy or Casual?

LeBeerCat on R/U control

8 months ago

I'm back and I was going to advise Accumulated Knowledge over Take Inventory, but its not modern legal as of yet. I would advise to replace Cryptic Serpent with Bedlam Reveler who can put cards into the graveyard for cards like Take Inventory and Enigma Drake. Also Bedlam is a horror creature and wouldn't return back to the hand by a flipped Thing in the Ice Maybe looking at my old standard deck that just rotated could help as a tad, its somewhat similar.

Epochalyptik on card: Shrine of Burning Rage ...

8 months ago

Nothing is "implied" in Magic.

Effects that reference a card type (such as "Shrine") mean cards of that type. These effects do not care about card names. Card names only matter if they're explicitly referenced (e.g., in Accumulated Knowledge).

Shrine of Burning Rage does not have the type "Shrine," so Honden of Infinite Rage doesn't count it.

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