Ageless Entity


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Custom Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Duel Decks: Ajani vs. Nicol Bolas (DDH) Rare
Darksteel (DST) Rare

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Ageless Entity

Creature — Elemental

Whenever you gain life, put that many +1/+1 counters on Ageless Entity.

Ageless Entity Discussion

Yesterday on Do multiple effects of proliferate ...

1 month ago

Yes. If you control two Inexorable Tides and you cast a spell, then both would trigger and go on the stack and resolve one after the other.

This is true of any two identical permanents that have a triggered ability. Like, if you have more than one Ageless Entity and gain life, you put counters on each as their respective triggered abilities resolve.

Caerwyn on How does the stack play ...

2 months ago

No problem, happy to help!

You are correct regarding what happens when the rolls are reversed. When the Ageless Entity is the attacking creature, its controller is the active player and you are the non-active player. As such, Ageless Entity 's ability goes on the stack first, Spitemare on the stack second. Spitemare resolves first--at the time of Spitemare 's resolution, the Ageless Entity is a 4/4 with 3 damage marked on it. Spitemare 's ability resolves, dealing another 4 damage, so you have dealt fatal damage to the Ageless Entity , and it dies as a state-based action. Ageless Entity 's ability then resolves, but, since the Ageless Entity has already died, nothing happens.

Caerwyn on How does the stack play ...

2 months ago

Lifelink is not a triggered ability and does not use the stack--they will gain life simultaneously with the damage being dealt. I still want to walk through the stack, since there are two triggered abilities at play, Spitemare and Ageless Entity .

  1. You attack with Spitemare and they block with Ageless Entity .

  2. Combat Damage is assigned, your opponent gains 4 health due to lifelink; Spitemare takes 4 damage.

  3. Spitemare triggers, even though it has been killed. Ageless Entity triggers because your opponent gained life.

  4. You are the active player, so your Spitemare ability goes on the stack first and you choose the target for it.

  5. They are the non-active player, so their Ageless Entity trigger goes on the stack second.

  6. The stack resolves in last-in, first-out order, so Ageless Entity resolves first, and 4 +1/+1 counters are put on it, making it an 8/8.

  7. Spitemare resolves, and you can deal 4 damage to target creature or player. If you targeted the Ageless Entity , it now is an 8/8 with 7 damage marked on it, so it survives.

00NinjaPirate on How does the stack play ...

2 months ago

I have Spitemare on the field and attack my opponent who has Ageless Entity + Lifelink

After the damage step, am i able to destroy their Ageless Entity with Spitemare 's ability or does the lifelink happen first?

GCNDAN3702 on Modern - Tamanoa Combo (?)

1 year ago

Hey, I used to run a very similar build many years ago! Ajani's Pridemate didn't exist at the time, so I ran with the much more expensive Ageless Entity instead. I ultimately ended up cutting green out of my build to focus more on searing meditation, but I've always had a softspot for Tamanoa

Anyway, anecdotes aside, I think with Manabarbs and all of the other board damage spells you have, that could be enough of a wincon, with Searing Meditation and pridemates to to help finish the job. I think you should focus on that strategy and tighten up the deck based on that. I would replace the rite of passage with more mark of asylums (they work against each other anyway). You could also consider running a playset of sun droplet. Their effect stacks with each other the more you have in play, so it can kind of act like a slower tamanoa if you're interested in the life gain effects still. Maybe some Spitemares and more board burn effects

Aetherflux Reservoir could be considered an alternative wincon if you want to focus on gaining life

Good luck with the deck!

Lord_Olga on White-Green-Black Life Gain

1 year ago

Do you think it would be worth it to splash blue so you could use Vorel of the Hull Clade? Double the counters on Ageless Entity every turn?

Simic (Blue/Green guild if you didn't know) cards in general are all about putting +1/+1 on things and moving the counters around to other cards. Might be within the theme of that combo you're focusing on.

Pieguy396 on Mono Green EDH

1 year ago

Hey there! Nice deck you have here! I have a few suggestions for you:

First, I'd strongly recommend adding a few cards: Kodama's Reach, Song of the Dryads, Krosan Grip, Eternal Witness, Reclamation Sage, Lifecrafter's Bestiary, Shamanic Revelation, Beastmaster Ascension, and Sakura-Tribe Elder all immediately come to mind.

In addition, I'd suggest adding in a few lands; 37 or 38 is usually a good starting amount.

Finally, if you're looking for cards to cut, I'd start with Ageless Entity, Descendant of Masumaro, Permeating Mass, Young Wolf, Arbor Armament, Hunger of the Howlpack, and Sprouting Vines. In any case, good luck with your deck!

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