Eye of Ugin

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Zendikar Expeditions (EXP) Mythic Rare
Modern Masters 2015 Edition (MM2) Rare
Worldwake (WWK) Mythic Rare

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Eye of Ugin

Legendary Land

Colorless Eldrazi spells you cast cost less to cast.

, : Search your library for a colorless creature card, reveal it, and put it into your hand. Then shuffle your library.

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Eye of Ugin Discussion

loricatuslupus on Working around U/W Control for ...

5 days ago

That's understandable, though it always surprises me how much hate I attract for playing a deck that in it's current iteration is reasonably fair and super easy to disrupt (especially with the plethora of hate cards being printed recently). Without Eye of Ugin - which, just to clarify, I in no way think should be modern legal - the deck has lost some tempo, and the only new card worth trying has been Walking Ballista, which to fair is excellent. Most of the cards need to be two-for-ones simply because of the lack of options in colourless and how easy they are to Path or Terminate, which feels pretty bad when I've tapped out to cast them.Mutavault is definitely a good idea, and if they're targeting that with Field of Ruin/Path to Exile that's probably to my benefit. Plus Crucible of Worlds gives them a bit of recursion. How disruptive would you find a Leyline of Sanctity vs the Chalice then? I forgot to mention in the description that one of the opponents splashes black for Thoughtseize so being immune to that would be something else in it's favour. Cutting four sideboard places feels like a big gamble for that though...

thomas2377 on Beasts Between The Planes

2 weeks ago

I love Eye of Ugin, but it's banned in the Modern format. I've never considered the Noxious Revival and it's very intriguing. Thanks for the suggestions!

Cippo on Kozilek, the Artifact Distortion

3 weeks ago

Cloud Key or Semblance Anvil might be more useful than Foundry Inspector since those can reduce creature costs or artifact costs.

You're missing some of the more expensive rocks like Mana Vault, Mana Crypt, and Grim Monolith but those are price heavy cards.

I'd definitely throw Eye of Ugin in there.

loricatuslupus on Ulamog's Revenge

3 weeks ago

Agree with the above, perhaps consider swapping out Urborg/Swamps for some of the pain lands such as Llanowar Wastes which will give you the black without sacrificing your ability to produce colourless. Warping Wail is a strong card in my own Eldrazi Tron deck, but then I have no other ways apart from that and Thought-Knot Seer to interact with certain combo decks. I'm also surprised by full playsets of both Conduits and Mimics: what's the plan there? Your only tutorable options are the Ulamogs, which you don't need the mana discount for if you're hoping to have assembled Tron by then. If they're only there to search for him, why not utilise the fact that you're running black to swap a couple of them out for a more versatile tutor card that could find removal/a Tron piece/an alternate creature if Ulamog's already in hand or on the field? The Mimics are cute but less viable with the banning of Eye of Ugin, especially as the biggest they can become without Ulamog is a 5/5 with no additional abilities. Not bad I guess but if you're looking for black with the maps rather than Tron that means they'll be waiting some time to be anything other than a 2/1, which is not a resilient size in Modern. The amount of removal in the deck already means you don't need Walking Ballista/Basilisk Collar, but have you tried out Matter Reshaper? Pretty good card advantage and can still be a turn 2 play with a Temple. Still, I'm interested to hear how the tourney went, it's a cool deck that does something different.

Cippo on Children of the Karn

4 weeks ago

I have some land suggestions if you're interested.

Eye of Ugin lets you cast eldrazi easier and gives additional search for Walking Ballista, Voltaic Construct, Myr Retriever, or Scrap Trawler when you're trying to combo out.

Temple of the False God and Ancient Tomb are solid 2 mana lands worth running. Although Tomb is up there in price now.

Rogue's Passage helps big damage like Blightsteel Colossus go through.

You could probably lose Glimmerpost, Urza's Factory, Cloudpost, Stalking Stones, or Zoetic Cavern and never really miss them.

Cippo on Karn, Silver Golem

4 weeks ago

As a fellow Karn combo player, I love the combos you have going on. So few people run the infinite mana damage outlet.

Goblin Cannon is criminally underrated but you're missing the godly mana outlet: Walking Ballista. He's free to find with Citanul Flute and Eye of Ugin can grab him too.

You have an additional unmentioned combo in here that I love btw. Krark-Clan Ironworks + Myr Retriever + Scrap Trawler + Basalt Monolith/Cloud Key/Everflowing Chalice/Mana Crypt/Mana Vault/Mox Opal/Semblance Anvil/Sol Ring/Thran Dynamo

It's technically a 4 piece combo but there's so much synergy that the 4th piece can be almost anything. It's really fun though, I did a write up about it in my deck description if you're interested: Artifacts Inkarnate

Cippo on Serial Rock Molester

4 weeks ago

Infinite draw with infinite mana is practically a win but I don't see the coup de grace.

Any thought to running Walking Ballista as an outlet? It's searchable with Eye of Ugin, Inventors' Fair, and Kuldotha Forgemaster in case you have no sac engine to enable infinite draw, plus just having it in the 99 with infinite draw will get it to you every time.

Or you could do Altar of Dementia as a win con/bonus sac outlet. Less for sure win since they could have a shuffle gy into deck effect but dual use makes it interesting.

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