Eye of Ugin


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

chromiumthemutable on Blue Tron Scrimmage

1 week ago

Because you have a decent amount of artifacts in this deck, add cards with Affinity for Artifacts (e.g. Broodstar, Mycosynth Golem, and Thoughtcast). Also, try the Time Sieve and Thopter Assembly combo for infinite turns at an upkeep cost of . Kozilek, Butcher of Truth, Ulamog, the Infinite Gyre, Spawnsire of Ulamog and Eye of Ugin are some good ones.

chromiumthemutable on Eldrazi Tron: Scion Edition

1 week ago

Sure, Karn, Scion of Urza is good, but two? Also, Cavern of Souls is a good one too, but again, why two? Those two alone add $160.00. Chalice of the Void, yet again, is good, but expensive. If you don't care about prices, you might as well add Kozilek, the Great Distortion (Which is actually kind of cheap), Emrakul, the Aeons Torn, Spawnsire of Ulamog (Which is also kind of cheap), Sol Ring, Eye of Ugin, and some more mana-ramp cards.

_Delta_ on Ultimate spoiler season

2 weeks ago

I see that they are reprinting the eldrazi Titans, as well as now Eldrazi Conscription and All Is Dust, so I expect that we will see this continue with reprints of Eye of Ugin and or Eldrazi Temple. While they are at it I hope to see a reprint of the tron lands and maybe Expedition Map, Chromatic Star (this one is just a bit expensive tbh), and Chromatic Sphere (then this one I simply am not a fan of the art much). I had a friend as part of a trade buy me a playset of the lands and now I have a bunch of Urza's Tower and the like with differing art lol.

Im quite pleased with all the reprints that I see I will be needing to pick up for my Meren edh deck so far.

Duke.Fleed on G/B Tron

3 weeks ago

So here is the secret of modern: If you are confident and practiced in your deck, familiar with all the matchups and how to sideboard for them and what they'll sideboard against you. Then you will gain significant advantage points just from that experience. So my answer to you is kind of a cop out, but it is the truth. (based upon evidence from pros like: caleb scherer, Jadine Klomparens, and Becky Adlman who all are one deck wonders). Learn your deck well, always be critical of your deck, understand why you are loosing the matchups you are, and you will understand the correct cards you need to play.

However, this probably wasn't the advice you were looking for. So here is what I'd say about main deck. Run as many ballista as you can and, without Eye of Ugin in the format, promised end is better than aeons torn.

Xica on Modern Deck Help - Mono ...

1 month ago

Ditch Urza's Factory - its not something you want to do with eldrazi.

If you want to play black eldrazi you can take advantage of the fact that Heartless Summoning, is a harder to destroy modern legal version of the banned Eye of Ugin. If you go black you can have the acceleration of the eldrazi decks before the ban. I would advocate running 4x Eldrazi Temple alongside it, and some Vesuva for shits and giggles.

It also doesn't hurt to run some Simian Spirit Guides to be able to play Heartless Summoning on turn 1.

In general look up no banlist eldrazi and start from there.

REgarding your list i would place Platinum Angel into the sideboard as fast as i can, it can be good in certain linear matchups, when the opponent doesn't expects its, but as of now i think there are literally no decks that lack the answers for it - and you have nothing to protect it. On the other hand all those discard spells should be in the mainboard - if nothing else they will let you know what you need to sideboard against in game 2...

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

2 months 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

3 months 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!

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