Idyllic Tutor

Legality

Format Legality
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Morningtide (MOR) Rare

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Idyllic Tutor

Sorcery

Search your library for an enchantment card, reveal it, and put it into your hand. Then shuffle your library.

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Idyllic Tutor Discussion

Rurik on Ghave, Guru of +1/+1

6 hours ago

A friend of mine plays a Ghave commander deck. Here are some suggestions:

Mycoloth.

Mikaeus, the Unhallowed + creatures with persist such as Kitchen Finks, Woodfall Primus and Puppeteer Clique if you have a sacrifice outlet like Viscera Seer creates infinite effects.

Prismatic Omen + Emeria, The Sky Ruin for which you might need Idyllic Tutor and Sylvan Scrying.

Genesis + Eternal Witness.

Archangel of Thune.

Armorcraft Judge.

Cathars' Crusade.

Blood Artist, Zulaport Cutthroat, Deathgreeter.

Sigil Captain.

Reveillark + Karmic Guide + Clone Shell + Altar of the Brood + a sacrifice outlet.

Hopefully you found some of these suggestions useful. GLHF.

Happymaster19 on Azkaban: A Prisoner's Primer [W/r Enchantments]

2 weeks ago

fluffyeel Ajani Vengeant is sweet but straying too far from the enchantment core weakens cards like Greater Auramancy, Sphere of Safety, and Idyllic Tutor. It also weakens the suggestion of Mesa Enchantress.

I really want a Defense Grid effect in here and may still consider it for the sideboard. Control is definitely one of the deck’s weaker matchups. I want to test it more before devoting slots to an artifact. Pithing Needle is a rare exception because it really boosts our matchup against those control decks as well as Tron (one of the deck’s weakest matchups).

Considering this weakness to Tron, Blood Moon absolutely overrules Blood Sun. The deck struggles much more with Engineered Explosives, Ugin, the Spirit Dragon board wipes, Ratchet Bombs, Qasali Pridemages, etc than Academy Ruins, Gavony Townships, Azcanta, the Sunken Ruins, etc. The card draw on Blood Sun is appealing but simply doesn’t matchup to the combined forces of Pithing Needle and Blood Moon. Perhaps some number of Temple of Triumphs could help in the card advantage department but the Needle and Moon haven proven WAAAY too necessary.

As you may notice in our virtually non-existent creature base, we can blank removal spells by skirting creatures. If you got a Path to Exile for Heliod, God of the Sun, good for you. If you want to blow Fatal Pushes or Paths on angel tokens, go for it. One of the sweet combos is Heliod and Porphyry Nodes and adding the Enchatntress makes it harder to slam. If I were to consider any card advantage engine, it would probably go to Endless Horizons.

Thanks for your thoughts!

Happymaster19 on Azkaban: A Prisoner's Primer [W/r Enchantments]

2 weeks ago

fluffyeel Ajani Vengeant is sweet but straying too far from the enchantment core weakens cards like Greater Auramancy, Sphere of Safety, and Idyllic Tutor. It also weakens the suggestion of Mesa Enchantress.

I really want a Defense Grid effect in here and may still consider it for the sideboard. Control is definitely one of the deck’s weaker matchups. I want to test it more before devoting slots to an artifact. Pithing Needle is a rare exception because it really boosts our matchup against those control decks as well as Tron (one of the deck’s weakest matchups).

Considering this weakness to Tron, Blood Moon absolutely overrules Blood Sun. The deck struggles much more with Engineered Explosives, Ugin, the Spirit Dragon board wipes, Ratchet Bombs, Qasali Pridemages, etc than Academy Ruins, Gavony Townships, Azcanta, the Sunken Ruins, etc. The card draw on Blood Sun is appealing but simply doesn’t matchup to the combined forces of Pithing Needle and Blood Moon. Perhaps some number of Temple of Triumphs could help in the card advantage department but the Needle and Moon haven proven WAAAY too necessary.

As you may notice in our virtually non-existent creature base, we can blank removal spells by skirting creatures. If you got a Path to Exile for Heliod, God of the Sun, good for you. If you want to blow Fatal Pushes or Paths on angel tokens, go for it. One of the sweet combos is Heliod and Porphyry Nodes and adding the Enchatntress makes it harder to slam. If I were to consider any card advantage engine, it would probably go to Endless Horizons.

Thanks for your thoughts!

hardhitta71194 on

3 weeks ago

Yeah I thought Teysa was a bit expensive as well but she will work for now, if not I’ll try out Tymna I think.

I like a lot of those suggestions, I’ll try to fit some in, I’m having a hard time cutting cards. I really like Idyllic Tutor because it can also get Hidden Stockpile which is another engine piece of the deck. Stockpile also seems sweet with Dark Prophecy.

I originally had Bitterblossom in here but cut it because it’s expensive and I don’t own a copy yet. If I actually build this deck in paper I’ll pick one up. I’ve had the idea for a while now, just now starting to mess with a list.

Snap157 on

3 weeks ago

I like the change to teysa, but she might be a bit expensive for a token build. Most other orzhov generals are focused on a specific strategy so I'd say you're wise to stick with Teysa right now.

Whenever I build an EDH deck, I always include some pillowfprt elements like No Mercy and Ghostly Prison, maybe even Crawlspace.

When tutoring for Anointed Procession, your options include Dimir House Guard, Enlightened Tutor, Idyllic Tutor, plus the standard black tutors like Demonic Tutor, Diabolic Tutor, Vampiric Tutor, Diabolic Intent, and even Sidisi, Undead Vizier.

Dark Prophecy gets you some card draw too with weaker tokens, and Bitterblossom works great for token decks.

Ilmu011 on Blade of the North Star: Najeela EDH

3 weeks ago

Considered putting in Song of Freyalise? It can help you with mana and can also be win condition if it managed to stick on the battlefield.

Other than that, you already do have a lot of Warrior creatures in your Maybeboard, which would first come to mind, if I were to think about good warriors to add to your deck.

You could boost up your warrior tokens by considering token multiplying cards like Parallel Lives, Anointed Procession or Second Harvest.

Coat of Arms seems especially powerful to me, given you can double the number of warrior tokens every combat.

Since you are going for infinite combos, I am really surprised about the fact, that you don't have cards like Diabolic Tutor or Idyllic Tutor in your deck. Diabolic Tutor is a classic when it comes to assemble combo pieces and since you do have a couple of enchantments enabling these combos, Idyllic Tutor could be of use as well.

Khunjund on B/W Life for Death (needs help)

4 weeks ago

Axis of Mortality, Magus of the Mirror, and Soul Conduit have the type of interaction you might be looking for. And you propably want an Idyllic Tutor.

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