Divine Visitation


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Brawl Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Guilds of Ravnica (GRN) Mythic Rare

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Divine Visitation


If one or more creature tokens would be created under your control, that many 4/4 white Angel creature tokens with flying and vigilance are created instead.

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Divine Visitation Discussion

StanleyHartman on AfterLife Orzhov

19 hours ago

Maybe upgrade your spirits to angels with a couple copies of Divine Visitation ? Also might consider Legion's Landing  Flip since you're going wide. If you add both, they play well together: an angel per turn is tough to deal with.

SoulsSlayerKnight on Orzhov Spirits and Angels

2 days ago

COLINTFF Hi, no worries about typing alot, I type alot often lol.

I like the new formation you've done with it. Looks really good, Plaguecrafter is a good card, especially when you mix afterlife and the opponet having to sacrifice something as well. Three Midnight Reaper probably works alot better and I think your right, its a lot of 3 drops, plus you do have other card draw sources as well so it would synergize well, agreed.

Yeah, keep the Divine Visitation idea for sure, its a really good card for tokens, by using afterlife with it, you can accumulate plenty of angels.

Imperious Oligarch is not a bad choice, more two drops can help out alot actually when you go to play Visitation later in-game. I like Ministrant of Obligation due to its afterlife 2 effect but it is a 2/1 creature like Oligarch plus an extra mana. I understand where your going with it.

Keep up the cool deck ideas, I hope it works out for you like you mentioned. Not to many other ideas I could recommend, your on the right track for sure. Especially in finding a way with the Visitation card.

Also yeah I agree about that as well, lots and lots of different Afterlife renditions. Finding whats fun for you is what would matter. Never think theirs an "exact" way to make a deck. Whatever works for you and enjoyable to play works better than playing a deck you wouldn't enjoy. Some additions definitely help.

Typed alot like I mentioned at the start lol. Let me know how it performs for you when given the chance, and if you have any more ideas or ways to implement the deck idea. Hope it works out :).

COLINTFF on Orzhov Spirits and Angels

2 days ago

SoulsSlayerKnight Hey! check it out now! i actually kept a lot of it because the synergy is very good (until Ixalan and such rotates out.) but this is what i got Plaguecrafter and i switched out Ministrant of Obligation for Imperious Oligarch . I feel like its better with plaguecrafter to help with forcing your own tokens and sac an opponents creature! i also think the lower mana cost monster is more worth it for easier play. after i put 3 Midnight Reaper s in the deck it seemed like to many 3 mana drops and i think it works better. still not where id like it but i keep seeing different renditions of the "afterlife" deck and it keeps changing for me but i for sure want to keep the idea using Divine Visitation . Sorry that was a lot to type. lol

DarthVirulence on Dovin's Grindhouse

3 days ago

Have you considered running more artifacts, Sai, Master Thopterist and The Antiquities War ?

Alternatively, you could splash black and run Phylactery Lich in tandem with Treasure Map  Flip. That would also give you some extra removal!

Also- 23 lands should be plenty! I know that you have some bigger spells but your deck looks like it's mid-range/control enough to get anything you need plus you have the map for some filter.

Lastly- I'd run one Oath of Teferi or add an extra Karn, Scion of Urza and 1-2 Teferi, Hero of Dominaria . In a deck like yours, the Oath is a win-more card meaning that when you get it, if you have the Planeswalkers down to make use of it, you're likely already going to win. As such, it's a neat one-of. But get above 8 planeswalkers, and 2 is a little more justified! But that's just my opinion!

Neat deck! It's somewhat similar to mine though I never thought of using Divine Visitation which I'll now be looking into :)

COLINTFF on Orzhov Spirits and Angels

3 days ago

FullmetalWes Thank you i understand that now. I just learned to play this game last year!

SoulsSlayerKnight Thank you as well thats helpful! i want to keep Divine Visitation because i think its a very good combo off the "afterlife" ability! BUT i do think i needed more removal and the Midnight Reaper was a good add as well for card draw. i changed a few things and it doesnt have as much draw as id like but i think it looks better bouncing off the afterlife tokens and prolonging the game.

I just made a surveil deck so im used to that kind of drawing lol i need to learn that "Afterlife" is a slower kind of gameplay.

SoulsSlayerKnight on Orzhov Spirits and Angels

4 days ago

Hey there, nice deck you have, it looks fun to try. Got something similar here thats solely based around revival and spirits alongside the primary afterlife focus. Orzhov Syndicates of Afterlife (RNA) is my version of an afterlife deck.

What do you think of more removal spells like Final Payment (If budget or I find useful with spirits because its a 2 cost and for a spirit but destroys any target creature), and maybe Mortify (Unless 3 cost is much to pay)?

I'm not entirely sure about the Sword-Point Diplomacy myself, or rather 4x of. I honestly find something more like 2x would work out better. If Divine Visitation is your focus you can leave it between 2x-4x.

My personal preference for an afterlife deck is that there isn't to much to buff said spirits without Visitation being out and thats later game, on the other hand consider a card I received from good helper, Unbreakable Formation . Counters and indestructible vigilance all on a main phase means a good win-con for your spirit angels.

Pitiless Pontiff I enjoy having at least 3x of because with all the spirits at the start it can also help take out bigger things later when necessary. Or rather quick green/red decks.

As for creatures your pretty much well on your way :).

I think the lack of certain card draw and/or holding off until visitation comes out is going to be a possible struggle.

Either Costly Plunder like you have or give Consecrate / Consume a try, may not draw 2 cards but you wouldn't have to sacrifice anything. Either works in their own ways. Revival / Revenge isn't a bad idea either, you can bring back cards to "reactivate" that afterlife ability. Especially useful with Ministrant.

My only other suggestion could be some room for Midnight Reaper , card draw + 1 damage for when nontokens die, and afterlife afterwards if the creature had it. Synergy works well with it I found.

Anyhow I tend to go on and type out a lot of stuff, paragraphs rather, but hopefully something out of what I mentioned helped you out :). Good luck with the deck and glad to find another Afterlife deck.

Avacidal_maniac on In My Imagined Oblivion

1 week ago

Divine Visitation for even more token shenanigans

StrykerMGS on Iroas God of tokens

1 week ago

Hello! Any ideas about Divine Visitation ?

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Divine Visitation occurrence in decks from the last year


All decks: 0.47%

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.1%

White: 0.03%

W/B (Orzhov): 0.09%

GW (Selesnya): 0.08%