Enchanted Evening


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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Set Rarity
Shadowmoor (SHM) Rare

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Enchanted Evening


All permanents are enchantments in addition to their other types.

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Enchanted Evening Discussion

Barsan on The Government Can!

1 day ago

Opalescence in conjunction with Enchanted Evening ensures every permanent gets to live with the typing they truely are rather than what they were played as... By the patriarchy.

Does your creature want to be an Enchantment? It can! Does your artifact want to be a Creature? Sure! Does all Land want to be creatures? Sure! Dead creatures though.Do your enchanments want to be Artifacts? Too bad.

See it even has the underlying hypocrisy.

metalevolence on Rubinia Soulsinger Enchantress EDH

2 days ago

just in case you weren't aware, Ajani's Chosen with Enchanted Evening causes the game to end in a draw unless someone can remove one of those permanents at instant speed

but hey infinite cats causing the game to end in a draw is pretty funny

Profet93 on Combo vs. Synergy

1 week ago


They didn't "let" me. It was a 6 player EDH game and my mono black deck has like 8 tutors (capitalizing on my color's strengths). But yeah, I know what you mean.


Yesterday I lost a 4 player game so I went to grab food. Came back 10 minutes later and one person said to the complainer that he complains a lot. So I know I'm not the only one who feels this way, regardless of who actually voices their opinion in the public playgroup.


You're right, it is good synergy with some luck. I consider that AMAZING magic. I would do it (although not in this playgroup) and I wouldn't mind if someone did it to me (even in the same playgroup, which as been done before). The reason I don't mind is because if 1 of the 3 players plays archenemy, then it's fun regardless if I'm the 1 of the 4 who is attacking, or the 1 of the 4 who is being attacked by the rest. It's fun to me. Then when the archenemy is weakened enough, you guys attack each other until he builds himself up. Or, you could kill the archenemy entirely (that is extremely frowned upon by the playgroup since no one wants to get hated out of a game).


You're right, I should definitely talk to all the players outside the playgroup to get their opinion. It would work better, thank you. I will take that advice. I have been thinking about that, there is another meta I could go to (No combos allowed which sucks, but their playstyle is more cuthroat which could help I guess).

On an unrelated note, 1 year ago I went to a random LGS and this guy used Enchanted Evening and Cleansing Meditation to wipe out 3 of the 5 players. He would have then beat me next turn had I not tutored for Living Plane when I had Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite on the field to blow his lands and he got mad. He blows up the ENTIRE board (except my field since I had indestructible) and he gets mad that I only blew up his lands, not his mana producing artifacts. See the irony? Lol


I get that. I made weaker decks. I had Grand Arbiter Augustin IV combo control that I took apart since no one liked it. Then I had a Captain Sisay deck whose win con was Paradox Engine or LD or attacking with infinite P/T creatures. I took that apart too. I made a Norin the Wary deck with ETB triggers off of Impact Tremors and Genesis Chamber and similar cards they got SO SALTY (there was no MLD or anything like that despite running mono red). I even made a mono blue shitty clone deck that SUCKS and I play it from time to time against their most casual decks and that seems to work I guess (since I never win with that deck).

Also, yeah...I have been called names similar to that. The deck (according to tapped out) is like 5.6k or something realistically more like 4k with cards like The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale, Candelabra of Tawnos, Mishra's Workshop and the like. It's a lot of money, I get it. But I'm not going to let others make me feel bad that I spend $ on my decks. They choose to spend all their time at a game store instead of trying to find a job (maybe they tried to find one and failed, idk), doing focus groups, or many other things that can help them. So whenever they see my expensive cards, I downplay it like "yeah, it's just cardboard" or when shit gets super salty I say "it's just a game, why are you getting mad at something that is supposed to help you relax?" I try not to say it in a rude way, but more so in a caring nature.


It's both. Some are opposed to combo and EVERYONE has their own definition of what a combo is. Yes it is a very slippery slope. But it's not one individual person that has power, but the group. And yes, that broad definition (or lack thereof) makes things like this happen all the time. Yes, that would be frowned upon as well (although not completely disallowed) since that example in particular isn't devastating in and of itself. Not sure if I made it clear but I am "Mr. Money Bags" according to them. House stance is divided since everyone has their own opinion. Percentage of people is hard to say, but a rough estimate is 30%-40% depending on who is in the group at the time. I tried having 2 adult conversations, so far, nothing worked since as someone else said, you can't really use logic with those type of people.

Other options are different LGS (definitely considering 2 others at the moment), building more timmy decks (working on Xenagos and Freyalise as my next projects), or just avoiding that player in general. Option 1 is definitely viable, I have 2 other places 2 try out. Option 2 is most viable, as it is a simple and straightforward deck, although this still doesn't get rid of the larger issue at hand. Option 3 is difficult/impossible because there isn't always enough wiggle room at out meta to say "no" to this person when either you want to play or they want to play with the group. Then IF the group sides with one person, the other would get left out and feel pain (look up psychological studies of "Cyberball")

ThePuolimieli on follow up with doubling

1 week ago

Would be funny to add Aura Shards and Enchanted Evening when the Followed Footsteps, Doubling Season and Opalescence is hitting it off :D

Rurara_Rahura on Diplomatic Immunity

2 weeks ago

At present, the only options for stopping heavy permissions is to play quickly and pay attention to your opponent's biases.

Enchanted Evening often seems like a mildly-innocent card to players that haven't encountered it before, but once a player realizes it's applications they often want to save their removals to get rid of it. If your opponent becomes wary of any particular spell in the deck then sideboard up to two copies of that card for Underworld Connections to increase the suspense and reinforces your opponent's bias for the card you side-boarded.

seshiro_of_the_orochi on Enchanted Evening

3 weeks ago

Straightforward Boglles list, I like it. But no Enchanted Evening in a deck that's calle enchanted evening? This confuses me...

Toshindar on Angus Mackenzie pillow fort EDH

1 month ago

Love your list, why not include Enchanted Evening and Sphere of Safety?

mazrimtaim on BGM

1 month ago

I would say take out Godhead of Awe it still leaves creatures with their abilities so making them smaller doesn't really help that much. Possessed Portal seems too easy. Sprout Swarm is just bad. I don't see much use to Enchanted Evening and Holistic Wisdom.

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