Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Dissension Rare

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((W/U) can be paid with either (White) or (Blue).)

Whenever a player plays a noncreature spell, counter that spell. That player puts X 1/1 white and blue Bird creature tokens with flying into play, where X is the spell's converted mana cost.

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Dovescape Discussion

cklise on Tokens for everyone!!!!

1 week ago

Here is a fairly exhaustive accounting of cards that create small tokens for your opponents that haven't already been mentioned: Benevolent Offering, Dovescape, Mercy Killing, Alliance of Arms, Dark Salvation, Greener Pastures, Infernal Genesis, Tombstone Stairwell, Akroan Horse, Forbidden Orchard. Some are easier than others to control.

Zimmers_0 on The Deckwatch [Home Base]

1 week ago

I dont think ive seen a background on mobile before. Do you have an example so I can steal the code?

Also, saw a goofy ass deck on EDHREC. It abuses cards like Chronatog to skip your turn so triggers happen on everyone else's turn but not yours.

Sulfuric Vortex, Manabarbs, Havoc Festival, Spellshock,Smokestack, Dovescape, Planar Chaos are some of the big cards and all you do is set up your board and skip your turn over and over.

Link if anyone is interested

Thought this was hilarious and I might make take a swing at something similar.

Desgarl on An enchanting deck

2 weeks ago

I understand that this is a GU deck, but with cards like Primal Rage, don't you want something like Starfield of Nyx as a finisher?

Also, I don't understand fully the idea of the deck (casual? for modern I think it's too slow for aggro and doesn't have anything powerful going on for control).

In any case, even for a casual deck Eidolon of Blossoms is a natural fit. If I would be to pick a single card that just has to be in the deck - that would be eidolon.

To a lesser extent: Courser of Kruphix for quality and semi-ramp and Utopia Sprawl for a pure ramp, as the deck is mana hungry. Utopia sprawl specifically might simply be better than Cloud Key.

For late game dominance, I would consider Dovescape or Privileged Position to get around removal.

So, to sum up, how about:

-3 Primal Rage (I seriously have no idea why you have it in the deck)-3 Cloud Key (Utopia Sprawl is better)-2 Copy Enchantment (I am not sure we want this card all the time, it's nice to have sometimes, but AFAIK it doesn't abuse bestow, so it's really not that important for the strategy)

+4 Eidolon of Blossoms+4 Utopia Sprawl

taural on Ideally this Modern Deck Would be Epic

3 weeks ago


That is a genius synergy that I have never considered. The added disruption may just be a final lock piece to cover creature-based removal such as Reclamation Sage, Qasali Pridemage or Acidic Slime that have a habit of knocking Dovescape over.

Think I'll try running it in a few playtests and see how it fares. Thanks for the suggestion.

triproberts12 on Official missing/incorrect card/token thread

1 month ago

River Hoopoe is missing from the database (

Also, Pride of the Clouds and Dovescape don't have a U/W 1/1 bird token. The image MTGO uses is here:

Also, you guys have got to lighten up on the java ads. My computer is tweaking out.

DarkLaw on Calling all Dicks and Douchebags!

1 month ago

Rule of Law, Arcane Laboratory, and Eidolon of Rhetoric seem mandatory. Curse of Exhaustion and Overwhelming Splendor from Hour of Devastation seem like possibilities, especially since you can blink them with Brago to select a new target. Stony Silence and Dovescape can be used if you get desperate to slow people down or lock them out, since you can get rid of them yourself later if you need them gone. There's also Pithing Needle and Phyrexian Revoker if there are any specific things you need to shut down, like Food Chain (which only Revoker turns off, but Needle is useful for other things that Revoker isn't). But take some of my suggestions with a grain of salt, as I don't play stax myself.

speakfree89 on What A Pretty Bird!

1 month ago

I've played many a match against this deck. It's fantastic! And then, when the going gets tough, the tough cast... Dovescape. Hilarity ensues.

Epochalyptik on Dovescape and Tidespout Titan

1 month ago

Both abilities trigger as you cast your noncreature spell, so they'll already be on the stack by the time you receive priority again. You can stack the triggers such that Tidespout Tyrant's ability resolves first, but Dovescape's ability will still resolve next and counter your spell. Abilities on the stack exist independently of their sources.

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