Whenever a permanent you control is put into a graveyard, you get (an energy counter).
, Pay : Look at the top six cards of your library. You may cast a card from among them without paying its mana cost. Put the rest on the bottom of your library in a random order.
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|Kaladesh (KLD)||Mythic Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Aetherworks Marvel occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%
Aetherworks Marvel Discussion
1 week ago
You might like these: Daxos, Blessed by the Sun, Resplendent Mentor, Palace Jailer (flavor! plus being monarch incites opps to hit you. and it is a decent way draw cards for white), Throne of the High City, Coat of Arms, Aetherworks Marvel, Crovax, Ascendant Hero, Worn Powerstone (gets darien out T4), Coalition Relic, Goblin Lyre, Torture Chamber, Crashing Drawbridge
1 month ago
Sorry for the novel, but I love talking about the Eldrazi....
I've always found the Eldrazi fascinating because they are such an enigma. They are clearly crucial elements of the multiverse, but they are so destructive and so little is known about them. Much like a lot of things found in our own universe. I love the fact that they are shrouded in mystery and I hope they stay that way. Not everything needs to be crystal clear in the Magic multiverse.
My personal theory is that they aren't three separate entities, but they are instead one being. Emrakul is the head/brain as she has shown a high level of intelligence and even commented on not feeling right/whole after the other two were gone. Her corruption also starts by attacking the mind. Ulamog is the mouth that straight up consumes the lifeforce of the plane, and Kozilek the body as he warps the physical space and beings around him (he even looks like a body without a head). This still fits into Ugin's hand analogy that he used when describing them to Jace.
Some thoughts on earlier comments:
OG post: Slivers are definitely not Eldrazi as they have not been shown to move from plane to plane without assistance (i.e. Volrath). I think the idea of new titans forming is interesting story space to explore. Though in all likelihood I suspect the writers would just reincarnate Kozilek and Ulamog. If they actually hire a competent writer they could make an interesting story about the imbalances created throughout the multiverse due to the lack of 2 of the 3 titans. Even more interesting is the fact the most knowledgeable being on the titans (Ugin) is now voluntarily trapped in the Mediation Realm to watch over Bolas.
Boza: In reality, the Jacetus league didn't defeat Emrakul. She mopped the floor with all of them except for Liliana who is both a former pre-mending walker and was being enhanced by The Chain Veil. Even then, Emrakul eventually overpowered Liliana. In the end (through some rather confusing story writing) Emrakul chose to imprison herself. Against Ulamog and Kozilek, Chandra was channeling the entire plane of Zendikar's power to kill them. However, I get your point that it seemed a little odd how supposedly much, much weaker beings straight up killed two titans when Nahiri, Sorin, and Ugin couldn't (though Ugin never actually tried to kill the Eldrazi).
I have to disagree with your assessment of the state of villains in Magic lore. Magic doesn't always need some big multi-plane calamity happening. That would grow stale fast. I find it refreshing to see more localized struggles occurring. It allows for smaller characters to develope (i.e. Garuuk and the Rowan twins) and lets us explore these other planes more thoroughly. Amonkhet felt so hollow because it was treated like an afterthought against the whole Bolas struggle. Also, there are some potentially cool villains still around. Unless the recent novels changed these things, The Raven Man is still looming. They just reincarnated Darigaaz which puts the Primeval Dragons back in play, and New Phyrexia is still lurking (and they are connected with a certain Tezzeret...who happens to be a walking planar bridge). Heck, Karn just dug up The Stylex to blow up Mirrodin/New Phyrexia. They could take that in multiple directions.
ModernWalrus - I can't speak to the original Eldrazi as I wasn't playing at that time, but the 2nd iteration of Eldrazi were never really that big of an issue themselves. It was the enablers around them that caused problems. Eye of Ugin in Modern and Aetherworks Marvel in Standard made it extremely easy to get those cards onto the field early. Once those cards were banned, most Eldrazi stopped seeing oppressive play. I'd find it odd if WotC would chose to exclude such influential/hyped beings from the main set.
1 month ago
king-saproling yeah thanks for the suggestions! I really like Pitiless Plunderer,Opal Palace, and Blade of the Bloodchief a lot! I hadn't come across those cards in my searches and they're exactly things I'm looking for!
Drana, Liberator of Malakir is definitely a great card but she's still up in the air for me. The games I've played her she's under-preformed or just died on sight. Currently Embodiment of Agonies is filling her spot as he has deathtouch and naturally ETB's with +1/+1 counters. He generally provides the same amount of P/T that Drana would except concentrated on one body.
River Kelpie is too heavy and conditional for me Grim Haruspex is better in this slot being much cheaper and providing the card draw sooner with her trigger. Disciple of Bolas could be good but I think I'd want something more like Altar's Reap if I were to do sacrifice drawing.
Thalakos Deceiver could be cool for sure but I already run Zealous Conscripts which has been really good but also I little too spicy. I've already had two games where people drop or just concede outright once I get it going.
Aetherworks Marvel seems lolsy but maybe too cute
1 month ago
Looks good. You might like these: Flayer of the Hatebound, Thalakos Deceiver, Aetherworks Marvel, Blade of the Bloodchief, River Kelpie, Disciple of Bolas, Desecrated Tomb, Impact Tremors, Pitiless Plunderer, Opal Palace, Drana, Liberator of Malakir, Spark Double
2 months ago
Nice list! You might like these: Tome of Legends, Phyrexian Altar, Shivan Harvest, Dark-Dweller Oracle, Panharmonicon, Aetherworks Marvel, Heirloom Blade, Locket of Yesterdays, Treasonous Ogre, Hissing Iguanar, Lightning Coils, Goblin Matron, Bottled Cloister, Neheb, the Eternal, Thornbite Staff, Coveted Jewel (for welder shenanigans)
2 months ago
To be honest, I don't have any Pioneer experience, but instead a lot of Modern experience. Having brewed my fair share of Polymorph/Indomitable Creativity decks, I can assure you that Jalira is not worth it. Why? You'll just end up having bad luck and revealing more copies of her when you use her effect. Your best bet imho is Aetherworks Marvel. This strategy, otherwise, is quite sketchy in Pioneer, because it lacks the noncreature ramp support. Maybe splash black for reanimation. A basic rule of deckbuilding would require you to have at least 8 enabler cards if you're playing combo. I honor your effort, but what you're trying to do is just inherently difficult, especially in Pioneer.
2 months ago
Cool deck! Thoughts on these? Ward of Bones, Opposition, Distant Melody, Coastal Piracy, Kindred Discovery, Roil Elemental, Illusionist's Bracers, Surveyor's Scope, Quicksilver Fountain, Coat of Arms, Aetherworks Marvel, Call to the Kindred, High Tide, Caged Sun
2 months ago
Omniscience is only good for something like Emrakul, the Promised End when I want to pay 10 instead of 13. Aetherworks Marvel is also extremely delayed due to the fact that I don't want to sacrifice that many cards to win a 6-8 mana drop.