Flickerform

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern 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
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

Mortarpod_Blues on UW Petitioner Self Mill...Reanimator Combo?

19 hours ago

In no particular order, I've got some suggestions you might have a look at. Some cards are just to round out the deck and give you a little more defensive capability, and others are to fully lean-into the self-mill theme you've got going. In particular, you might want to put in more blink effects so you can tap your Petitioners more than once per turn/round.

Still a super freaking cool concept! It turns what the card was MEANT to do on its head, and makes it that much more potent (it's easier to mill just one person-- yourself-- than it is to try and handle all your opponents at once instead).

Conjurer's Closet

Mistmeadow Witch

Venser, the Sojourner

Kefnet's Monument

Thought Vessel

Halimar Depths

Dissipation Field

Nephalia Smuggler

Genesis Chamber

Helm of the Host

Umbral Mantle

Sensei's Divining Top

Perpetual Timepiece

Elixir of Immortality

Thrumming Stone

Beguiler of Wills

Deadeye Navigator

Flickerform

Sudden Disappearance

Lavinia of the Tenth

Felidar Guardian

Deputy of Acquittals

Azor's Elocutors

Traumatize

Paradox Engine

Fraying Sanity

Drowned Secrets

Illusionist's Bracers

Masako the Humorless

Hedron Crab

Jace's Archivist

Sphinx of the Chimes

Teferi's Protection

Rite of Replication

Increasing Confusion

Clone Legion

Startled Awake  Flip

Rings of Brighthearth

Basalt Monolith

Kindred Discovery

Mycosynth Lattice

Unwinding Clock

hkhssweiss on Rafiq's Exalted Buddy's

2 weeks ago

For going on the budget wise, Enchantress Voltron is the way to go. Rafiq can get super nasty extremely fast and can threaten a kill by T3. Luckily enough as well a lot of enchantress cards have been reprinted and are dirt cheap.

Going for this route as well gives you access to a lot of utility protection as well as card advantage (CA). Exalted smack down is better in the value build but as you said your meta is comparably fast, making an voltron Rafiq is much harder to remove.

Starting off the deck, essentially cut away all cards that don't provide any advantage and run cheap enchantments such as Utopia Sprawl , Wild Growth , Fertile Ground and Burgeoning for the ramp. All enchantresses should be in here such as Mesa Enchantress , Kor Spiritdancer , Sram, Senior Edificer , Tuvasa the Sunlit , etc.

Now for the bulk of the cards, for enchantments. Off the bat one of them is Vanishing , Pemmin's Aura or Shielding Plax , these cards are our protection against targeted removal. Flickerform is also protection and can trigger CA from Eidolon of Blossoms .

For huge damage, Ethereal Armor , Ancestral Mask , Sage's Reverie , Blessing of the Nephilim can all do wonders in making Rafiq either one shot or at least a two turn clock. One of the few exalted creatures I would keep though is Sublime Archangel as well Qasali Pridemage . Their utility and damage they can accumulate is enormous enough to be considered a slot and a threat by itself.

For further ideas, I also have an enchantress deck you can look at, Tuvasa of the Eternal Aeon | Primer. Most of the card value is from the lands but, take away those and some of the expensive other cards and you can get by to at least $150 without including the cards you already own.

Feel free to ask any more help, definitely within my forte in voltron commander :P

hoffie4 on Ephara Control

3 weeks ago

Other useful cards to get the ETB trigger:

Cool ETB effects:

Other fun and useful cards:

Token Generation to Get ETB Triggers

Gidgetimer on Manabond, Psychosis Crawler, and Tatyova, ...

1 month ago

There is no way to do anything that would keep Psychosis Crawler 's toughness above zero after Manabond resolves without pumping him via counters, auras, equipment, or effects like Giant Growth .

Additionally, IDK why the Exodus printing is the default view of Manabond . Since the "discard phase" is no longer a game concept the card has received erata that is shown on the Tempest Remastered version. The erata makes another line of play viable. You can use flicker effects that return the card EOT such as Roon of the Hidden Realm or Flickerform to keep your Psychosis Crawler safe by putting the return trigger on the stack first and then putting the Manabond trigger on top of it. The downside to this is that it wouldn't ping off of the Tatyova draws.

Natalbee on Tuvasa the Sunlit

3 months ago

If you're looking to get away from the Flickerform effects and use a Glen Elendra Archmage, Solemnity might be something to look into. It's kind of controlling and negates poison counters, but doesn't work with Avenger of Zendikar, Lumberknot, Lilting Refrain, etc... and as I'm looking at your deck I see Solemnity already in there :P Nevermind haha

Brylon on Shalai EDH

5 months ago

shalai edh update number 2:

out :: 21

creature:

Azusa, Lost but Seeking

Flickerwisp

Glimmerpoint Stag

Azusa, Lost but Seeking is very expensive. I am very aware she is awesome, so I've added her to a maybeboard if I decide I want to further upgrade this deck. Flickerwisp and Glimmerpoint Stag are removed because I am largely removing flicker effects because the strat is not powerful enough in this deck.

planeswalker:

Karn, Scion of Urza

Elspeth Tirel

Elspeth, Knight-Errant

Garruk, Caller of Beasts

Ajani Unyielding

Originally I wanted to take advantage of Shalai, Voice of Plenty's hexproof for planeswalkers, but I didn't make great picks on planeswalkers, and ultimately Karn, Scion of Urza, and Elspeth, Sun's Champion were really the only ones worth it. I can't reasonably afford Karn for this deck, so he has been moved to the maybeboard.

instant:

Liberate

Flicker effects have largely been removed.

sorcery:

Flicker

Fumigate

Sudden Disappearance

Flicker effects have largely been removed. In this case being sorcery speed makes them less valuable, because they cannot be used for avoidance. Fumigate is removed in order to make way for better mass removal.

enchantment:

Privileged Position

It's just too expensive. Shalai, Voice of Plenty does the same thing, and I can just cast her from the command zone.

artifact:

Coalition Relic

Darksteel Ingot

These are less valuable in a deck that is only 2 colors.

land:

Veldt

Vec Townships

Tranquil Garden

Riftstone Portal

Windbrisk Heights

Secluded Steppe

The first 4 of these are just bad, and the last 2 are being removed to make way for more plains.

in :: 21

creature:

Serra Ascendant

Birds of Paradise

Midnight Guard

Birds is great mana ramp. Serra Ascendant exists to be a win con. Midnight Guard is in as one piece of an unlimited token combo.

instant:

Condemn

Powerful spot removal that puts the card where the player can't get it.

sorcery:

Krosan Grip

Rout

Oust

Krosan Grip is in as artifact/enchantment hate. Rout replaces Fumigate. Oust is spot removal that avoids the graveyard.

enchantment:

Flickerform

Shield of the Oversoul

Presence of Gond

Flickerform is in for avoidance on key creatures. Presence of Gond is the second part of the infinite token combo, and Shield of the Oversoul is in because it looks fun.

artifact:

Relic of Progenitus

Urza's Incubator

Elixir of Immortality

Mind's Eye

Relic of Progenitus is in as graveyard hate. Urza's Incubator is in for cost reduction. Elixir of Immortality is in for mill protection, and Mind's Eye is in for draw.

land:

Path of Ancestry

Reliquary Tower

Homeward Path

Emeria, The Sky Ruin

3 Plains

Path of Ancestry is good for tribal. Reliquary Tower gives me no max hand size. Homeward Path protects me from effects that take my creatures. Emeria, The Sky Ruin lets me cheat back in dead creatures, and the Plains are added to support Emeria.

Cards for later

expensive, but maybe at some point:

Teferi's Protection

Karn, Scion of Urza

Vedalken Orrery

Sublime Archangel

Azusa, Lost but Seeking

Qasali Pridemage

maybeboard:

Debt of Loyalty

Reconnaissance

greyninja on CTRL-G

5 months ago

I'm back to discuss, not argue, as I'm still not 100% convinced. I like rules questions and want to know why it works and maybe get some examples?

My understanding is that once you start an ability, you must finish that ability before any other spells/abilities on the stack can resolve. Nissa, Vastwood Seer  Flip's ability is all one sentence/paragraph which must be completed in its entirety.

Commander/EDH has a special rule that makes it so any exile/destroy/shuffle into library/return to hand effect on your commander(s) can have a replacement effect that puts them in the command zone instead blah blah blah

What you're saying is that as long as Myth Unbound is in play and I Cloudshift my commander I get to draw a card? If I Ghostly Flicker my partner commanders I get to draw two cards? If my commander is soulbonded to Deadeye Navigator I get to draw all the cards? What about Flickerform, Mistmeadow Witch, etc? This all sounds very easily abused lol

I just don't see you being able to start her ability, trigger a replacement effect, then go back to finish her ability. It's all gotta be in one go. Thoughts?

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Flickerform occurrence in decks from the last year

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