Ghirapur AEther Grid

Ghirapur AEther Grid

Enchantment

Tap two untapped artifacts you control: Ghirapur AEther Grid deals 1 damage to target creature or player.

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Set Rarity
Magic Origins (ORI) Uncommon

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Legality

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

Ghirapur AEther Grid occurrence in decks from the last year

Modern:

All decks: 0.01%

Ghirapur AEther Grid Discussion

ComboCommander on Jhoira Storm

1 month ago

Taking suggestions from Ishmokin and making the following changes:

dingusdingo on Help finding interesting cards to ...

2 months ago

I enjoy brewing weird decks in Modern, so I'll share some of the things that have caught my attention

Ghirapur AEther Grid I think has loads of potential. I tried brewing it RG with Brass's Bounty and also in RW with Smothering Tithe.

Also a big fan of Unbound Flourishing for brews. I've been experimenting with Magus of the Candelabra and Hydroid Krasis in a UG shell, as well as Magus + Banefire + Underworld Breach + all the red loot effects like Thrill of Possibility in a RG variant.

I've also been exploring Puresight Merrow + Paradise Mantle in a Thassa's Oracle deck, which has been tons of fun.

greatdevourer on Omnislash v5

2 months ago

This deck has a surprising lack of Haakon, Stromgald Scourge and I want to know what you're going to do about it.
Puresteel Paladin might also make for some good inclusions. Ghirapur AEther Grid and Inspiring Statuary give you something else to do with the equipment.

Land Tax, Weatherlight, and Door of Destinies seem like some cards to consider removing.

Let me know what you think.

ryandobby on cEDH Jhoira stax storm

3 months ago

Does anyone have a take on this deck post Paradox Engine ban? I really wanna make Ghirapur AEther Grid work, but it seems that it is somewhat useless now...

TheRoaringBlaze on Artifact Storm Pioneer Idea

6 months ago

If you’re using Inspiring Statuary and Ghirapur AEther Grid , consider using Paradox Engine as a way to generate mana, and with grid, damage. Also, I know you’re going the Reservoir route, but considering Pithing Needle is common in this format, consider maybe adding in Reckless Fireweaver or Firebrand Archer as alternative ways to win.

OLucas on Artifact Storm Pioneer Idea

6 months ago

A quick list of cards that can help.

Ugin, the Ineffable , Ghirapur AEther Grid , Sai, Master Thopterist , Merchant's Dockhand , Shimmer Dragon , Nettle Drone , Retraction Helix , Traxos, Scourge of Kroog .

If you end up adding many of those cards also consider 0 cost artifacts.

Bchong on Jhoira's Breakfast of Champions

9 months ago

ok i will admit my perception of what is CEDH is probably a bit wonky.

here are some other fun cards Ghirapur AEther Grid Mishra's Self-Replicator Metalwork Colossus (actually this is pretty good for you...another draw trigger from the grave) Displacement Wave flexible boardwipe/way to recast a bunch of stuff

also Quicksmith Genius is another looter...

Chromatic Sphere remove renegade map or something for it

is there a reason you aren't playing the other 2 cmc mana rocks like Fellwar Stone , Talisman of Creativity , Fractured Powerstone , or even cards like Manakin , Hedron Crawler might be ok to play

hell even bad cards like Implements of Sacrifice could just net you a mana

It feels like to me that the ultimate goal is to cast jhoira turn 3 and try to win in the next 2 turns. but you only have 6 mana rocks so whenever i play tested it felt like a good number of times i just played 4 lands and casted jhoira.

Silverdrake on Tempered Steel

11 months ago

Maybe consider replacing the Ixalan's Bindings and Prison Realms with some more inexpensive (mana wise) removal like Condemn or Blessed Alliance . I agree with Xerxez that you should up your count on plating and vault skirge. Also consider Springleaf Drum - it allows you to cast your tempered steel a lot easier and even might allow you to dip a few cards into other colors between it and glimmervoid.

Sideboard is vastly dependent on what you're playing against, so for this I'll assume your friends are playing a wide variety of current meta decks. Graveyard decks are huge right now, so you'll want some yard hate like Rest in Peace or Relic of Progenitus . 5c humans is still big, and they're definitely faster than you. Whipflare is a great way to sweep their legs out from under them in the early turns so you can overwhelm them. It can also come in against a number of other decks that you just can't beat in a race (like goblins or elves, for example). Some inexpensive artifact removal like Wear or Ancient Grudge can also be invaluable. Revoke Existence is another option if you're determined to stay mono-white. Tron is still big because it's Tron so of course it's big. That same cheap artifact removal is great for sniping their maps before they can activate them, or even eating a wurmcoil as a makeshift removal spell. You also have Damping Sphere , which is just hilarious if you can land it against them. Also works nicely against storm and to a lesser extent Phoenix. Company combo shouldn't be too hard for you since you can already snipe their pieces with Walking Ballista, but you could try Ghirapur AEther Grid if you're having trouble with the matchup. Against burn I guess you just cry? Whipflare has some potential in that matchup but not much... Something like Revitalize , potentially? You don't have a lot of good options there. And for the mirror match just bring in that same artifact removal I mentioned before.

Whatever you decide to do, good luck and have fun!

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