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Dictate of Kruphix
At the beginning of each player's draw step, that player draws an additional card.
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Dictate of Kruphix Discussion
1 week ago
Looking at the oracle text of Teferi's Puzzle Box, the wording becomes more clear: "At the beginning of each player's draw step, that player [...]" So the box is actually triggering at the same time as something like Dictate of Kruphix would. This rule explains how those triggers are ordered:
"603.3b If multiple abilities have triggered since the last time a player received priority, each player, in APNAP order, puts triggered abilities he or she controls on the stack in any order he or she chooses."
If you control both Teferi's Puzzle Box and Dictate of Kruphix at your draw step, you choose the order in which those triggers are put on the stack and thus in which order they will resolve. If you control Teferi's Puzzle Box and an opponent controls Dictate of Kruphix at your draw step, the box will be put on the stack first, followed by the dictate, and they will resolve in the reverse order. If you control Dictate of Kruphix and an opponent controls Teferi's Puzzle Box at your draw step, the dictate will be put on the stack first, followed by the box, and they will resolve in the reverse order. Finally, if an opponent controls both permanents, they will get to choose the order of the stack.
At least, this is how I understand this interaction.
1 week ago
So I have question I can't really find anywhere.. I understand you draw your normal card per turn before Teferi's Puzzle Box triggers because of the state based actions.
I'm confused about if additonal draw effects happen before Teferi's Box triggers as well? For instance, let's say I flash in Dictate of Kruphix before my next turn, and I have Teferi's Puzzle Box in play already.
3 weeks ago
I have a large amount of new additions for wants, so I have updated again after some trades. Looking to work on/finish 3 EDH Projects. Here is what I need most.
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1 month ago
ok, take 2...hopefully I remember to post this comment before closing the window.
Tatterkite will never die with Mike out, so he's an infinite sac outlet. Retribution of the Ancients can remove counters to duplicate this effect with all your creatures as long as you have black mana. Similar effect with Carnifex Demon
Finally maybe get another piece of protection for Mike like Lightning Greaves in there.
2 months ago
I agree with needing some mining this was just a rough draft for the deck and yeah must of clicked the wrong card haha. And with Wildfire Eternal out Temporal Mastery isn't dead anymore as you can cast it for free. Honestly I thought I added Dictate of Kruphix phone most have went stupid.
2 months ago
I love seeing another player trying out turns, especially in the UR combo which has some interesting interactions. One thing I will point out though is that you need mine effects, 4 Dictate of Kruphix at the very least, and then maybe even Howling Mine, though I think with UR there is a serious opportunity to use As Foretold, a card that I have been testing in turns.
I would go down a Temporal Mastery as it is a dead card in had, and go down the World at War, add a couple As Foretold to double down on the free spell strategy, and you must make some room for a mine effect as you can't rely on top decking Ancestral Vision every time you need it, a mine effect will give you more options.
As far as the manabase goes, I think you need Mikokoro, Center of the Sea. In turns Mikokoro is a game changer as it can provide you with an extra draw and turns deck are mainly blue to start with.
Good luck with the deck!
2 months ago
All these suggestions are ok I guess, but most of the time drawing you 3 to 8 cards (if you assume you can cast a huge Rev/BSZ). Howling Mine's good though. Dictate of Kruphix is also a long-term card advantage plan in Blue.
I would find it absolutely amazing if you could make it work with Treasure Hunt and a sh*tload of lands :) then you could get like 15 lands and swing for the kill!
If you don't know Seismic Swans, go check it out before you start brewing ;)