Enlightened Tutor


Format Legality
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Set Rarity
Eternal Masters Rare
Classic Sixth Edition Uncommon
Mirage Uncommon
Promo Set Uncommon

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Enlightened Tutor


Search your library for an artifact or enchantment card and reveal that card. Shuffle your library, then put the card on top of it.

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Enlightened Tutor Discussion

Eilel on Hon Done

1 day ago

Eidolon of Blossoms Can be a nice addition, gives you much more value for playing loads of enchantments and you can tutor for this with Enlightened Tutor.

Daxos's Torment can be a great finisher but it's all your opinion I find his cmc a bit to high

foxboy93 on Alesha's Hierarchy of Aristocrats

2 days ago


I'm running Demonic Tutor and Vampiric Tutor since they do the same thing. Enlightened Tutor is a 1 drop that gets me any enchantment, including things like Purphoros, God of the Forge, Grave Pact, Vicious Shadows ect.

As for draw, since I'm already sacing things, I may as well use things like Dark Prophecy to get value from my things dying, and things like Smothering Abomination can be used pretty much any time. I prefer things that I can use more than once to generate card advantage :)

MagicalHacker on LEOVOLD IS BANNED!

3 days ago

I agree with both of the changes (Leovold is definitely adding to the current skew that the metagame as a whole has towards multicolored decks, especially ones with blue, green, and/or black), but there are still so so many things on the banlist that would have less of an impact being unbanned than Hulk.

The legal Tooth and Nail is better for winning on the spot than the banned Coalition Victory.

The banned Sway of the Stars and Worldfire create less of a boring game than the legal Stasis and Winter Orb.

The legal Shaman of Forgotten Ways is a repeatable version of the banned Biorhythm.

Am I saying those cards should be banned? No, I'm saying those cards should be unbanned, and if the committee is worried about them becoming too pervasive, I would replace them with the best tutors of the format, such as Demonic Tutor, Worldly Tutor, Sylvan Tutor, Mystical Tutor, Vampiric Tutor, and Enlightened Tutor.

RJGiel on Sigarda humans/tokens

3 days ago

This advice is for going full Human Tribal, so no soldiers and spirits.

PookandPie on [Primer] Nightmare by Design

4 days ago

No Oblivion Stone or Nevinyrral's Disk in the maindeck seems like a mistake. I love Chainer and have had fun playing him for the last couple years, but the inability for mono black to handle artifacts and enchantments is beyond the pale.

Your only maindeck answers to artifacts or enchantments that win on the spot are Thoughtseize and Praetor's Grasp, which can't even save you from it if someone Enlightened Tutors the card for them to topdeck (or add literally any other tutor if they cast both in the same turn). I don't think relying upon Thoughtseize is viable to stopping Rest in Peace. As for Praetor's Grasp, that requires you to have 1BB before anyone else gets 1W or 1WW, which makes it an iffy way to stop it at best (because if they go first or draw better ramp than you, then...).

O-Stone or Disk is a reliable thing you can tutor into after the fact in order to stop cards from blocking your major path to victory because, like you said, this deck doesn't attack ever. Some of your creature deterrents border on, "Too cute" so I'd recommend dropping Darkness since you have more reliable ways of repeatedly stopping attacks (and Darkness is really only good for the surprise factor- I'm not huge on Holy Days in Commander, especially multiplayer. Actually putting the problems into the bin for you to utilize is better than a Holy Day in black).

VesuvanDoppelbanger on Sliver control - in progress

4 days ago

Cheap was to grab your winter orb:Fabricate, Shred Memory

More pricey ways:Enlightened Tutor, Demonic Tutor

I enjoy Marchesa, the Black Rose in my own Sliver build.

tenrose on Thrasios Buried Alive | A Competitive Primer

5 days ago

drshakalu Sorry for the late response!

The Intuition piles look like either: Hermit Druid + Reanimate + Shallow Grave, or Force of Will + Pact of Negation + Mental Misstep. The deck runs a fair bit of redundancy so you can get whatever effect you want most of the time, be it removal, draw, recursion, etc.

I have indeed considered Recruiter of the Guard. IMO we run enough tutors already to get Hermit Druid with. I would much rather run Mystical Tutor and Enlightened Tutor as they're cheap and can be cast at instant speed. You can get any piece of removal, draw, recursion, or disruption you need with Mystical Tutor, and any rock or Lion's Eye Diamond with Enlightened Tutor if you're going for a hard cast Auriok Salvagers. Recruiter of the Guard costs three mana which doesn't sit well with the rest of the deck.

After some games a few weeks back I realised packing in some creature based reanimation could be good. At two mana, Apprentice Necromancer is very good but the need for haste bothers me.

Necropotence recently came out of the list for Ad Nauseam, which is much more powerful than Mystic Remora. Mystic Remora was cut in the early stages for Rhystic Study, which also consistently performed poorly.

I can tell you from experience: "You do not want to cut Phantasmagorian for Haunted Dead."

In regards to Pithing Needle, if your meta requires you to run it, I would definitely take a dork out to run it. We're tight on slots currently, but you could also cut Pull from Eternity if you need the dorks in.

In regards to Praetor's Grasp, I haven't had to worry about that too much. It's recently shown itself a few times in my online meta, so I've been toying with finding a slot for the new Walking Ballista, which would give us an alternative wincon with whichever line we take.

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