Flickerwisp

Flickerwisp

Creature — Elemental

Flying

When Flickerwisp enters the battlefield, exile another target permanent. Return that card to the battlefield under its owner's control at the beginning of the next end step.

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Set Rarity
Archenemy: Nicol Bolas (E01) Uncommon
Commander Anthology (CM1) Uncommon
Modern Masters 2017 Edition (MM3) Uncommon
Commander 2014 (C14) Uncommon
Commander 2013 (C13) Uncommon
Modern Masters (MMA) Uncommon
Eventide (EVE) Uncommon

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Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Highlander Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Flickerwisp occurrence in decks from the last year

Modern:

All decks: 0.1%

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.01%

Flickerwisp Discussion

rdean14 on Card creation challenge

1 month ago

A white Ramp card! based on Balance:

Parity

Sorcery

Each player searches their library for X basic land cards, where X is the difference between the the number of land cards they have and the number the player who controls the most controls. Each player puts all cards searched for this was onto the battlefield tapped. Each player who searched their library this way, shuffles their library.


It doesn't give you mana advantage, but does prevent you from falling behind, and can be used before your land drop, to give you an advantage. Teferi's Protection would make it so you'd search for all lands, and have yours phase in next turn, creating real mana advantage. Skybind, Flickerwisp, Ghostly Flicker, or Ruin Ghost all work well. Also, as you know you're running this, you can use Zuran Orb and Planar Birth, which already work well with Armageddon, which you run if you hate humanity, like I do >:)

Emeria, The Sky Ruin and Emeria Shepherd both synergize well with this card, as well as landfall in general.

CanardWc on Call to Exile

1 month ago

Metropolis39 hey!, thank for your answer!

With the actual lockdown i didn't manage to bring it to any events, but i did play it versus competitive decks, like U/W spirits, red aggro, urza uro, urza tron... and it actually compete pretty well. Early is pretty tuff tho, i often find myself in really low life conditions, but i always manage to survive to get into my exile phase.

Mimic Vat saved me a lot of times, using it on Flickerwisp, Stonehorn Dignitary or Charming Prince is amazing, but yeah i'm thinking of replacing it by Voyager Staff to get more early gestion and putting 2 more Detention Sphere in my sideboard, maybe 2 Damping Sphere to avoid facing huge early mana boost.

abbatromebone on Amulet Rainbow Reef

1 month ago
  • Lightning greaves is a card to use or or you use something like momentrary blink. You get an etb and the orginal target no longer exists which means the spell fizzles. If you want it on an elemental creature: Flickerwisp.
  • The downside to greaves its an artifact that does nothing turn 2. Artifact hate is easy to come by in green, red, (white), and in its own way blue. The match ups where it comes into play like jund will be able to get these affects no problem. equipping is also sorcery speed, so even if they cant remove the artifact they can wait for a target, or for you to cast a spell and now your out of luck.
  • the goal is to cast Smokebraider and then activate it soon. Say you play it turn 2 and you can activate it turn 3. Well if you cast greaves turn 2 then you have to wait till turn 3 to cast Smokebraider, leaving you in the same spot.
  • Clout of the Dominus might be better than boots for you.
  • Reckless Bushwhacker is a source of hast you already have. I dont see a way to speed the deck up faster although itd be nice. It might not be even necessary being you can just keep bring back maw every turn.

DerringerHK on Budget Azorius Flicker

1 month ago

I like this a lot. Really nice casual Flicker. My friend's been nagging me to build one for him but I might just steal this lol. Flickerwisp is quite cheap atm so it would be a great staple addition.

hungry000 on Help finding interesting cards to ...

2 months ago

Oh, was Horizons after Dominaria? I thought it came before. I was wondering why everyone's suggesting cards from Horizons that I already knew about, haha.

Thanks for the deck. Yesterday I was thinking of how fun it would be to build an Astral Drift control deck with Sundial of the Infinite to exploit the end of turn trigger, I think I might add Flickerwisp and Ephemerate to my mental list and turn it into a more value-midrange type of thing.

MinotaurtheMatador on Godzilla/Kaiju Commander Deck

2 months ago

Progenitus or O-kagachi, vengeful spirit work great for King Ghidorah.

Then there is Traxos, Scourge of Kroog for Mecha Godzilla

I'd say Flickerwisp is solid for Mothra. She might not be Legendary, but you can use her perfectly for some insane value and jank.

For Anguirus, I'd hit hard with Tetzimoc, Primal Death.

Maybe Ghalta, Primal Hunger as Godzilla herself?

I'm trying to think who Arixmethes, Slumbering Isle might serve well as...

Anyway, a complete list of all monsters in the Godzilla franchise! :D

gavriel1136 on Roon Scaped

2 months ago

In-> Out Nephalia Smuggler- Mistmeadow Witch

Biomancer's Familiar-Flickerwisp

Tale's End-Dovin's Veto

Nimble Obstructionist-Mystic Snake

Overwhelmed Apprentice-Avacyn's Pilgrim

Hallowed Moonlight OR Containment Priest-Divine Deflection (For this one, keep in mind it will apply to YOU as well, so if you use the instant, it only lasts for one turn).

REMOVE: Hurricane, Squall Line, Felidar Guardian, Destiny Spinner, Cloudshift, Turn to Mist. PROBABLY REMOVE Midnight Guard and Presence of Gond, Thousand-Year Elixir.

I get why you put the Green X spells in there, but they'll kill you the same time they kill your opponents, which I don't think you want. Midnight Gond is an easy combo but they're dead cards on their own.

The elixir is barely useful, since you barely have any tap abilities to start with. For that reason, consider changing the mana dorks to mana rocks. Flickering a dork only slows them down, while Brago can flicker rocks, meaning they can be used again.

The counterspells I suggested are better for you because you want to make sure your opponents ETB abilities don't trigger when you flicker them. Once a creature is actually on the field, Roon can handle them.

shadow63 on New hub requests

3 months ago

Flicker is at the end of turn blink is immediate Flickerwisp and Momentary Blink and I could of sworn there was a blink tag

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