Eater of Days

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Darksteel (DST) Rare

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Eater of Days

Artifact Creature — Leviathan

Flying, trample

When Eater of Days enters the battlefield, you skip your next two turns.

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Eater of Days Discussion

SteelSentry on Challenge: The Budget EDH Name ...

1 week ago

Elvish Mystic

(I was considering saying Eater of Days, but I want to see this be a functional deck)

Magic_Aids on Bant ETB Aggro - Magic Aids

1 month ago

Looks sweet! Maybe add Torpor Orb or Eater of Days?

halfyoung on America, home of the missing

1 month ago

Funkydiscogod i originally had Glimmerpoint Stag but swapped to flickerwisps (might try out what you suggested).

i threw the idea about the pacts but currently through play testing i already get Glorious End and Hive Mind frequently together, let alone if somehow i am not able to draw Hive Mind i can still use glorious end to stop a opponent and not have to waste my turn on upkeep.

ETB drawbacks could work really well in here, if i needed to rely less on the sundial i could throw in Torpor Orb, and Eater of Days, for that flying trample.

RazortoothMtg on Card creation challenge

2 months ago

Phyrexian Leveler

Artifact Creature - Construct

When ~ enters the battlefield, you get 9 poison counters and all creatures gain infect.

10/10

A phyrexianized Eater of Days

Barsan on Morphing Mind Games: Morph EDH

4 months ago

@Exxie97 He is confusing flipping and flickering. Flickered Creatures leave combat and have summoning sickness, Flipped creatures do not.

Roon of the Hidden Realm exists in your colors and can be used to unflip specific creatures after your opponents swing out, as a means of defense, or to repeat powerful ETB Triggers such as Ixidron and with Voidslime's stifle effect, or Sundial of the Infinite (Which can also prevent detrimental ETB effects) you can permanently exile creatures... even Commanders.

Phage the Untouchable in an Esper capable deck kind of begs for a Fractured Identity doesn't it? Especially considering you run Eater of Days.

Disallow is a strict mana cost improvement on Voidslime

I absolutely hate that Felidar Sovereign is allowed in EDH. At least a Phage Textwin is risky.

slvstrChung on World eaters

4 months ago

I'm with Disciple_of_Doran on this. Playing Green would allow you to ramp more effectively and curve more effectively. Leatherback Baloth may not have the same impact on the board as Eater of Days, but it also doesn't force you to take two turns' worth of damage to the face, and you can get it off on Turn 2. Turn 3 could be Adaptive Snapjaw, Arbor Colossus, Arborback Stomper or even other cards that don't start with "A"; or you could spend everything ramping and drop your Ulamog's Crusher on Turn 4. I guess it's not as flavorful, since we aren't talking "Very Large Creatures With Tentacles," but it'd sure be smoother to play.

Disciple_of_Doran on World eaters

4 months ago

Just to start off with, Eater of Days just looks like a really bad card in this deck. Sure it only costs 4, but if you have to play this turn 3 at the earliest, with nothing else in.play, you'll likely lose the game to one removal spell and two free turns of your opponent hitting you.

Also, if you really want to pursue this sort of "ramp into Eldrazi" style of play, you'd probably be better off in green than blue. Then you could play a bunch of Mana dorks early game to help generate Mana faster and to use as chump blockers so you don't die in The first 4 turns or so.

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