Eerie Interlude

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Heirloom Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Shadows over Innistrad (SOI) Rare
Duel Decks: Blessed vs. Cursed (DDQ) Rare

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Eerie Interlude

Instant

Exile any number of target creatures you control. Return those cards to the battlefield under their owner's control at the beginning of the next end step.

Eerie Interlude Discussion

evkede on Could I Learn to Love Good Cards?

6 days ago

Some thoughts: Frilled Mystic , Great Oak Guardian , Mizzium Meddler , Plaxmanta , Mystic Snake , and Selfless Squire all need to reenter the battlefield immediately for maximum effect. You have Deadeye Navigator and Temur Sabertooth only for that, with 0 tutors for either. I suggest either investing in more cloudshift effects, or taking most of the weaker of those out.

I also see Guardian Project as reasonable, but also strongly suggest Soul of the Harvest as in the utility creature deck, a high p/t blocker that also generates card advantage is very worthwhile as an investment.

With Ghostway and Eerie Interlude , Eternal Witness and friends are a very good investment. additionally, with so many low power dudes, Reveillark is amazing, and can help reduce tension for some of the issues with my first point, as reveillark triggers when it leaves, returning the desired dorkos immediately. Also consider Thragtusk , as swagboy is hilarious blink value, and can gain 10-20 life easy in a game, 3/3 blockers aside.

While cultivate and kodama's reach are great, in a blink deck, I strongly recommend Wood elves, even in a budget build it can grab the WG tango and cycling land.

Last point, run more card advantage. Mulldrifter can be evoked, the sac trigger responded to with roon activation for 5 mana draw 4 and keep fish alive. Cloudblazer might also be worthwhile though I never tested it myself.

livingrock on Gishath Commander

3 weeks ago

The rule of thumb I've seen for Gishath (and it probably applies elsewhere) is that you never want to spend more than 2 mana for every 1 mana you get in ramp. For example, your Fertilid ultimately costs 7 mana for 2 lands. That's awful. Any of the Signets in your maybe list are more efficient. Plus, he's not even a Dinosaur, so he's not helping you there either. I would suggest Boros Signet based on your mana costs.

When you can afford it, I would swap Eerie Interlude for Noxious Revival . You can put a dinosaur on top of your library at instant speed and get it back on the field on a Gishath trigger. You can even put Gishath back out off her own trigger the turn she died.

hkhssweiss on Judgment Day: Avacyn the Purifier EDH [REDUX]

3 weeks ago

Heya Daedalus19876,

Here are some cards you can try out:

The thing about going the hatebears route is that it is adjusted to your meta, how is your meta been like? I would also say going heavy in the Sunforger route would be great. Including cards like Wear / Tear , Chaos Warp , Oblation , Forsake the Worldly , Teferi's Protection , Tithe , Comeuppance , Faith's Reward , Lapse of Certainty , Rebuff the Wicked , Ghostway , and Eerie Interlude .

Hope that gives you some ideas you can toy around with!

xaarvaxus on Girl Power! ( Angels Tribal )

3 weeks ago

Well, the idea for the Mistveil Plains was to be able to recur things other than your creatures but you don't have a ton of shuffle effects so you're not likely to have much of a chance to see some of the sweet instants, sorceries, sacced Hedron Archive , etc. a second time. Mistveil functions much better in Boros tucking instants pulled out with Sunforger back into the library to be used again.

You do have enough boardwipes to justify using Avacyn as your commander but that cuts back on the reanimator theme a bit which is one I really like. Marshal's Anthem could expand on that theme. Eerie Interlude could flicker your commander or Karmic Guide [or other ETB creatures] for a slew of triggers all at once.

Araignee on Petition the Pillow Tax

3 weeks ago

I like your build, I was also toying with having a Petitioner EDH for the fun factor.

I would run Absorb from the new block, not sure if also Sphinx's Insight could be worth it instead of Sphinx's Revelation .

Also a nice card to have could be Strionic Resonator .

Since you are going for alternative mills, maybe Fleet Swallower could work better than Traumatize ?

Nice thing is also blinking your creatures through Eerie Interlude , Ghostway or Brago, King Eternal .

One minor point, you cannot use Talisman of Dominance , because it also generates black mana.

Cloudius on Indestructible vs Blink

3 weeks ago

Gidgetimer Valid points about this being a "Tokens deck".

I'm also keen to test out the new card from RNA Unbreakable Formation .

Relooking at the strategy through the "token lens", I may be trying out Eerie Interlude and Unbreakable Formation . The former still offers protection against mass bounce effects (e.g. Cyclonic Rift , Evacuation , Wash Out , Engulf the Shore ) and the option to select which creature(s) I blink grants me the flexibility to protect my key non-token creatures from single target exile spells.

Cloudius on Indestructible vs Blink

3 weeks ago

I've been piloting a Selesnya tokens deck helmed by Shalai, Voice of Plenty :


Unleash the Horde!

Commander / EDH Cloudius

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The core strategy of the deck is to create plenty of tokens and go wide, thus I've included a handful of cards to protect my creatures from the nemesis of all "Go Wide" strategies - Board Wipes.

The protection come mainly from having my creatures gain indestructible (e.g. Selfless Spirit , Heroic Intervention ).

Recently, I'm experimenting with replacing some Indestructible effects with Blink ones, namely Rootborn Defenses and Make a Stand for Ghostway and Eerie Interlude .

Indestructible protects my tokens from board wipes but Blink doesn't. The latter offers protection against Cyclonic Rift , which is a staple in most decks with blue.

Seeking the wisdom of the community on which of these effects, would be better for the deck and why. Feel free to give your comments, suggestions and feedback. Thanks in advance for the help!

ramunch on Gishath

4 weeks ago

Out

Maybe Out

In

You're missing a bunch of the best dinosaur cards in my opinion

Maybe In

That gets you no where near where you need to be. To me you have too many enchantments might look there more.

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Eerie Interlude occurrence in decks from the last year

Modern:

All decks: 0.01%

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.17%

White: 0.07%

W/U (Azorius): 0.19%

GWU (Bant): 0.18%

W/U/B (Esper): 0.09%

RBW (Mardu): 0.06%