AEtherize

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Iconic Masters (IMA) Uncommon
Commander 2015 (C15) Uncommon
Duel Decks: Elspeth vs. Kiora (DDO) Uncommon
Gatecrash (GTC) Uncommon

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AEtherize

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Return all attacking creatures to their owner's hands.

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AEtherize Discussion

Imsomguy on Big Stealy

1 week ago

Good job on keeping it 60 cards, and its good you're keeping a 24/36 land ratio. I will say, if you are wanting to reduce the $ Cost, consider cutting bribery down to 2 copies and adding some Archaeomancer. You can expand on that tactic to include some Boomerang bouncing for both your creatures and threatening opponent cards. After you are finished getting the spell you need from it, you can use it as a chump blocker.
Your deck is very vulnerable to tokens and aggressive decks, so consider a Dissipation Field or some AEtherize. Much of your deck doesn't even begin to lay the groundwork for it's winning strategy until late game, so consider some cheaper mind control tech like Persuasion and Mind Control or quicker ramps with mana rocks like Sol Ring or fixers like Gauntlet of Power and Caged Sun. If you like artifacts, you can do some mean things with Mindslaver and Trading Post.

Carnage Altar and Ashnod's Altar are nice to use against an opponent who can destroy your enchantments/artifacts. May also consider Memory Plunder. Treachery Is expensive, and without a lot of card draw (think Fact or Fiction ), it'll be hard to make the second ability REALLY worth it. Save some time and put one of those 5 cost control enchants out there.

Have so much stealing, the opponent can't match up, be choosy about what you take, and use counterspells for things you just don't have another answer to. Like when your opponent brings out Martial Coup with plans to Burn at the Stake next turn.

Iehovah on I Made a deck but ...

4 weeks ago

AEtherize is a good card but isn't standard legal

saluma on I Made a deck but ...

4 weeks ago

AEtherize for tokens?

equinox523 on MILLiways

1 month ago

I would never have thought to combine two archetypes like milling and turbo-fog. Self-recurring fogs like Constant Mists or Moment's Peace could find a home here, as well as Thing in the Ice  Flip or AEtherize. Traumatize is also an obvious choice.

Fiftyshotzlater on Estrid of the Many Faces

1 month ago

If you want this to be a superfirends deck, cards like Propaganda and Ghostly Prison don't protect them from attacks. Cards that do protect them however are cards like Norn's Annex and Sphere of Safety. Other great options are Dueling Grounds, Silent Arbiter, and Peacekeeper. Maybe it might be worth it to remove enchantments like Market Festival for Inexorable Tide. Other good removal options Cyclonic Rift, Austere Command, Swords to Plowshares, Path to Exile, Cleansing Nova, AEtherize, River's Rebuke. With these three colours you have some of the best superfriends options around, especially if you need ways to protect them. I also run a superfriends deck with the inclusion of black in Atraxa and really without the black the deck would still run amazingly with the options for planeswalkers in these three colours. So don't give up on the idea of a full superfriends deck yet :) If you need some motivation take a look at my atraxa build (hopefully the link works if not just go find it in my profile) Atraxa's Friends

Panas on Yuriko Ninja Academy

1 month ago

Hmm... Dire Undercurrents is a card advantage engine, so that is never bad. It is a card that does nothing when it hits the field but it can provide a good stream of cards :)

Mirror Match i don't really like. AEtherspouts and AEtherize are preferable alternatives in my eyes, but that's all up to taste :p

That's how i usually evaluate cards. Based on their immediacy, reliability, and impact. This deck looks like it's shaping up! Let me know after you've had a couple of games with it for any potential holes you may encounter, and on what cards have under or over-performed for you :)

Selphiron on Help with non-combo Selvala, Explorer ...

1 month ago

Hi,

(tl;dr at the bottom) so my bestest friends gave me a copy of Vorinclex, Voice of Hunger (they must be kind of masochistic), Marwyn, the Nurturer, Seedborn Muse and Selvala, Heart of the Wilds.
But the problem is, I don't know which 3 cards I should take out of my Selvala, Explorer Returned deck. Please see the description in the link for how the deck works. My meta is quite casual, but not very janky. The games usually end after turn 10, we have almost no combo decks.

First of all: Do you think, that I shouldn't take any of those 4 cards into my deck?

I was thinking of Primordial Sage, because I don't cast every creature I put into play and I have Soul of the Harvest and my Commander. I don't really have card draw problems. So maybe I could cut it for Vorinclex.

The second card I was thinking of taking out is Frontline Medic. I never used the second ability (counter target spell with X, unless opponent pays additional 3). And it must attack with at least two other creatures. The two other creatures part isn't the problem most of the times, but that it has to attack is sometimes a problem. I only have two haste enabler and usually I don't attack anyway. When I attack, I do it to close the game or to finish someone off. And if I do, I rarely need it. And I have Rune-Tail, Kitsune Ascendant and other ways of making my creatures indestructible.

The third card I was thinking of taking out is Fyndhorn Elder. I know it is a good card, but I think that Marwyn, the Nurturer is a better replacement.

And I can't decide, whether I should exchange Dragonlord Dromoka with Grand Abolisher. I don't really need the flying part of Dromoka and the lifegain is sweet but the main reason I have it in my deck is to prevent things like AEtherize, when I go for the kill. I have Abeyance for the same reason. I usually finish the game with Triumph of the Hordes and Overwhelming Stampede. So I need 10-11 mana with Dromoka and 6-7 mana with Grand Abolisher.

Oh and I would be thankful for general advice like "this card would be better than this card". My budget is rather tight though (I don't like to spend more than 10$ on a card).

Other cards I was thinking of taking out:
Shield of the Oversoul, Indrik Umbra, Beastmaster Ascension, Lys Alana Huntmaster.

Thanks in advance for your help =)

tl;dr: I want to put Vorinclex, Voice of Hunger, Marwyn, the Nurturer, Seedborn Muse and Selvala, Heart of the Wilds into this Deck but I don't know what cards to take out.

PhyrexianPreator on TempestDelverThing

2 months ago

The best blue creatures for this style of deck generally are Snapcater Mage, Vendilion Clique, Nimble Obstructionist, Thing in the Ice, Cryptic Serpent, Delver of Secrets, Tempest Djinn, Mutavault (creature land), Faerie Conclave (another creature land), Glen Elendra Archmage, Mistbind Clique, Sower of Temptation and Spellstutter Sprite.

Essentially, the creatures you want have built in disruption or impact the game a certain way. Cryptic Serpent for instants may be a vanilla creature for the most part, but it is a big creature that can win you the game for two mana. The creatures you have right now are great. But you need cards like Cryptic Command and AEtherize to make the most of them.

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