Flickerform

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Commander Anthology (CM1) Rare
Commander 2013 (C13) Rare
Ravnica: City of Guilds (RAV) Rare

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Flickerform

Enchantment — Aura

Enchant creature

: Remove enchanted creature and all Auras attached to it from the game. At end of turn, return that card to play under its owner's control. If you do, return those Auras to play under their owners' control attached to that creature.

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Flickerform Discussion

king-saproling on Brago, King Eternal

1 month ago

I think you'd like Unquestioned Authority . Like Traveler's Cloak, it makes Brago unblockable and can be flickered with his ability for extra draw. These might interest you too: Curator's Ward (protects Brago and gives extra draw when he flickers himself! You can flicker the Ward as well, but be sure to leave 1 creature unflicked so the Ward has somewhere to land), Sunblast Angel , Heliod's Pilgrim , Totem-Guide Hartebeest , Flickerform , Coveted Jewel , Mulldrifter , Cloudblazer , Prophetic Prism , Azorius Signet , Fellwar Stone , Tsabo's Web , Nevermaker , Sovereigns of Lost Alara

king-saproling on Soon to be Pidge

1 month ago

Tuvasa is an intriguing general, particularly with enchantments that have flash or built-in recursion. These might interest you: Hanna, Ship's Navigator , Lunar Force , Vanishing (protects your general from everything without removing her auras), Flickerform , Wilderness Reclamation , Vernal Equinox , Jolrael's Favor , Serpent Skin , Mystic Veil , Mark of Eviction , Seal Away , Flickering Ward , Broken Fall , Molting Skin , Seal of Cleansing

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

2 months ago

The only thing that I'm afraid is having only Unbreakable Formation , Selfless Spirit and Boros Charm along with Avacyn to protect from board whipes, as you mentioned above, you need the creatures on board to lock down the table.

You need to keep protecting the table all the time, like your Eldrazi Displacer + Avacyn does.

What do you thing about using something to keep avacyn out and use her as your main weapon against wrath effects?

Erratic Portal or Flickerform .

hkhssweiss on Tuvasa of the Eternal Aeon | Primer

2 months ago

DivineKhaos No problem!

To also answer your question, I purposely made Tuvasa have no counterspells, for my own reasoning, it's 1. Dilutes the deck when you want to draw more enchantments and 2. I'm usually the threat and therefore it's more of a answer this now rather than I'm answering other people. I play in a degenerate meta so I'm often prone to having my board answered quite often, it's mostly play by ear and see what's on the field. If you know that there is a person playing a lot of boardwipes than go grab Shield of the Oversoul , Flickerform , or Hyena Umbra , same with targeted removal. Situations are always conditional and go to move is always to protect Tuvasa, against targeted removal I usually try to go for Shielding Plax or Vanishing . The more you play the more you can kinda expect what to happen but that's also the fun of it! I tuned my deck based on my meta and it reflects on how I play, if you feel like you need to add in counterspells or more protection, go for it! This is just my take on my Tuvasa deck and your free to adjust it as you see fit (major advocate of building your deck to suit your taste and personal preference!).

PookandPie on My name is Uril

3 months ago

Well, given your inclination toward budget, I'll only recommend cheap cards. For reference, here's the Uril list I play in paper if you think this may give you ideas:


Uril: You Ain't Seen Nothing Yeti

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Some cheap auras that really do work with Uril:

Shielded by Faith , Gift of Immortality (gets around pesky decks like Meren or Muldrotha playing/sacrificing Fleshbag Marauder constantly), Cartouche of Strength (it's great to kill an opposing creature and get a +3/+3 trample buff to Uril). Madcap Skills and Tilonalli's Crown are both incredible, because they buff Uril's power by 5 each for only two mana.

Other cards that may help:

Winds of Rath is amazing- it wipes the field like Wrath of God, but leaves your Uril standing free and clear. Hunter's Insight is another card I'll recommend- cast it on a swinging Uril to draw 5-12 cards, it more than pays for itself.

To fit these in, I'd recommend cutting a few cards that literally don't help the Uril strategy at all. Midsummer Revel, Pulse of the Tangle, Rhox, etc.. With more things that give Uril indestructible or bring him back from the graveyard (Gift of Immortality for example), needing secondary win cons like Rhox become less important. If you're really worried about Uril getting killed, run Flickerform , as you can just pay 4 mana to protect him at any given point in time.

MagicMarc on Isareth EDH

4 months ago

ZendikariWol, Actually, Roon's ability would replace the corpse with an entirely new creature. If you activate roon to exile the creature, Isareth's ability makes sure it goes to exile and not anywhere else, then Roon's return clause would put it into play from exile. When this happens, the creature is an entirely new creature when it enters the battlefield. If you look up Momentary Blink at the gatherer one of it's rulings states the following:

"When Momentary Blink resolves, the creature is exiled, then immediately returned to the battlefield. The game sees the returning card as a different permanent from the one that left the battlefield. Any counters, Auras, and so on are removed. Any spells or abilities targeting the creature no longer target it."

There are cards that are exceptions because they do things that follow the card into exile and when it returns like Flickerform . Absent one of those cards, any creature entering play from exile is a "brand new" creature and nothing connected to it when it went into exile follows it back into play.

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