Autumn's Veil

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Format Legality
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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2012 Core Set Uncommon
2011 Core Set Uncommon

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Autumn's Veil

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Spells you control can't be countered by blue or black spells this turn, and creatures you control can't be the target of blue or black spells this turn.

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Autumn's Veil Discussion

DanteBeleren on Budget Yisan

1 week ago

Seems alright. Few cards seem a bit... odd or like you were trying to replace cards?

I'd recommend removing the following:

Judging upon you creature base, you don't have much of a win-con. You have tons of 1 and 2 drops which will help Yisan trigger multiple times in one turn, but no end result. The only two I'm really seeing are Craterhoof Behemoth and Shaman of Forgotten Ways. While both are good, Craterhoof seems moot since I imagine your board being blown up before getting the chance to attack with anything besides him. If you trigger Shaman early on, that can easily be a game-ender, but what happens if someone uses Swords to Plowshares on it before you get the chance? Not trying to be mean, or pick you deck apart, but unless I'm missing something your deck has a solid premise with nowhere to go. Most Yisan deck's I've seen or played against create some form of stax, or each creature he cheats into play has a prominent or dominating effect on the board/game. Being fast as hell feels super awesome until you have nothing to do, but can't win.

Some cards I'd recommend are below and some will hopefully help abuse Yisan's verse counter-curve:

So many cards... Point being, ramping into Yisan and triggering his ability is awesome, but a moot point if you can't hit anything that does something. But again, I could be completely missing the point of what you're going for, and if so I apologize for the wall of text. It's your deck and you are free to do with it as you please, I just wish you a grand time of obliterating your games.

sonnet666 on H: Atraxa Precon W: Marchesa ...

2 weeks ago

Not interested in the precon, but I have a Vedalken Orrery and a Training Grounds from your binder, and I'd be very interested in trading for you Mesmeric Orb.

I also have a Elvish Mystic, Boreal Druid, Orcish Lumberjack, Elves of Deep Shadow, Autumn's Veil, Sylvan Ranger, Gatecreeper Vine, and 16 Snow-Covered Forests if you want to trade more.

trixster87 on Green Storm

1 month ago

toss in a Presence of Gond and you have infinite dudes/untaps and draws. I would also suggest changing out acolyte for Arbor Elf abundant growth for Utopia Sprawl

Budget Sideboard Ideas:
2 Tormod's Crypt
3 Blossoming Defense
2 Melira, Sylvok Outcast
3 Autumn's Veil
2 Ghost Quarter
3 Naturalize

Izu_Korasu on It Vomits Char... and Wins

2 months ago

while less flavorful for this deck, the only difference between Windswept Heath and Misty Rainforest is about $40. (they both can grab forests and breeding pool) but i would drop a forest or two over the lotl ,one land is enough to get this deck rolling, and fetches will diminish the dead draws/underwhelming charbelchers.

Kiora's Follower also gives you more forest untappers and allows you to try again with charbelcher if you get unlucky, but the added complexity might be too much for the deck. (maybe over delver and scholar?)

also Spell Pierce, Autumn's Veil and Nature's Claim may be worth considering for sideboard due to the prevalence of control and Stony Silence that grinds this deck to a halt.

Emzed on Bant Chant with Rafiq

2 months ago

Rafiq is a commander that threatens to kill people in one hit. That's obvious from the card itself, and your opponents will therefore be scared and try to stop you from attacking with him if they can. They will reserve their countermagic, their Swords to Plowshares, and their Cyclonic Rifts to interact with Rafiq, and you should be prepared for that.
Expensive counters like Dissipate, Render Silent or Voidslime aren't good tools for that, even if they have the occasional upside. Cheaper ones like Swan Song, Dispel or Autumn's Veil are better suited for the job.
Also, your mana curve is really high. While cards like Iona, Shield of Emeria, Reya Dawnbringer and Kruphix, God of Horizons are very powerful cards, they don't really fit into the gameplan of a Rafiq deck at all. (A goodstuff commander like Rubinia Soulsinger could use them better.)
Instead, if you play Rafiq, i suggest you really focus on him and make him work. One first step would be including more ways to play him on turn 3, like the three Signets, Talisman of Progress, Farseek etc.
Btw, despite just advising you to cut expensive cards, Medomai the Ageless has fanastic syngergy with Rafiq and should probably find a slot in your list.

Emzed on cEDH: Mazirek Combo-Control

3 months ago

Since this deck is meant to be competitive, it needs a plan against blue decks. Countermagic seems like a real problem if you rely so heavily on resolving Tooth and Nail, and you need ways to fight back. How about Thoughtseize, Duress, Autumn's Veil, Imp's Mischief, City of Solitude, Dosan the Falling Leaf, Mind Slash or Hall of Gemstone?
Also, Islands are common enough on competitive tables that Carpet of Flowers is almost always live. The card can easily be better than Sol Ring and i really think you should play it. It's also great against many stax pieces like Winter Orb, Stasis or Stony Silence.

p0megranates on Selvala Nature Laser

3 months ago

See you on Monday!

Lilbrudder on Oh, I'm Sorry....Did I break your concentration?

3 months ago

The card certainly has potential. Autumn's Veil is a somewhat similar card that served me well in the past. Perhaps Piracy can do some work here. People make bad decisions in magic games all the time and the fact it requires opponents make an uncertain decision, kind of like Intuition. Worst case its a slightly more expensive and less conplete Silence, but the upside exists. Ill give it a try and let you know what I think.

On another note, I am still not happy with where the deck is. Leo is much worse than tasigur as a pure storm commander but he is too threatening to go all in with the early lock strategy without running alot of protection like Spellskite. The helm combo is great at times but too inconsistent for my liking.

I honestly think the "perfect" build for Leo needs one more build around me card like paradox engine (which will be great for thrasios and Tasigur). Hopefully the new set gives the deck a bit more direction

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