Bottled Cloister


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Ravnica: City of Guilds (RAV) Rare

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Bottled Cloister


At the beginning of each opponent's upkeep, exile your hand face down.

At the beginning of your upkeep, return all cards exiled with Bottled Cloister to your hand, then draw a card.

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Bottled Cloister Discussion

Dorotheus on Mardu Rites

1 week ago

I never really had any prospects for Refurbish in Modern mainly because Resurrection has been modern legal for AGES, and never seen any play, barely even fringe.

Would you consider Platinum Emperion?
I'd go deeper on Sharuum the Hegemon and look at artifacts like Bottled Cloister and Possessed Portal that might cause your opponent to get locked out. Even just Welding Jar makes it difficult to deal with Sharuum

Funkydiscogod on Endless Horizons against 8-Rack in ...

1 month ago

Perhaps Moonring Mirror or Bottled Cloister could do a better job of evading discard and racks?

elementary on Paradox Bridge

2 months ago

gumgod, you're absolutely right about that one. Bottled Cloister is about 1000x better for this deck, as you can play it and not worry about having to discard half of the scepter/instant combo you need. Thanks!

gumgod on Paradox Bridge

2 months ago

Bottled Cloister is probably better than the skullcap. It does the same thing with bridge, but you get your hand back (assuming it's not disenchanted).

Monomanamaniac on Question about resolving effects of ...

4 months ago

If I have a Moonring Mirror in play and I let it build up for a couple turns, then I cast Bottled Cloister. On my opponent's turn I exile my hand. On my turn I resolve both artifacts in order of the mirror on top of the bottle. Can I exile my non-existent hand to get all the cards removed by the mirror, and then put the cards exiled by the bottle into my hand?

MagicalHacker on Mono red card advantage

4 months ago

Since I didn't get a direct answer, I am just going to infer that you want cards that cost at most 5 mana and cards that cost at most 8 dollars (you mentioned Staff of Nin and Mind's Eye which almost make it but don't).

Not knowing the rest of the deck and if you have lots of creatures in it (where Skullclamp and friends would be fantastic), here is a list I found of cards that should help after looking through MagicalHacker - List of All Draw Cards (Steady), my resource of all available efficient cards that let you repeatedly gain card advantage:

Take a look at that previously linked list to see exactly what can and can't work for you, and I'm sure that you'll find more than enough cards to do what you want. :)

Snacrifice on Hand-Me-Down of Ghirapur(<15$)

7 months ago

Deepstriker29 Because Shimmer Myr costs 1$, and the deck has a budget limit of .30$/card :P

Draakeragon Thanks! It's a neat deck, though a lot of the cards(like Bottled Cloister) are just a bit too out of budget range for the deck.

Draakeragon on Hand-Me-Down of Ghirapur(<15$)

7 months ago

I've made a deck around ghirapur too.

Bottled Cloister

There may be some cards in there you might like.

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