Nameless Inversion


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

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters 2015 Edition (MM2) Common
Lorwyn (LRW) Common
Promo Set (000) Common

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Nameless Inversion

Tribal Instant — Shapeshifter

Changeling (This card is every creature type at all times.)

Target creature gets +3/-3 and loses all creature types until end of turn.

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Nameless Inversion Discussion

prbutler00 on 4-Color Pauper Spirits. Yes, This Is A Deck.

4 weeks ago

Since no one else has mentioned it, Nameless Inversion is a beast in this deck. You recur it so often with Soulshift, it adds the removal I found this deck needed.

TheDuggernaught on Sacrifice Control

1 month ago

Well, I would start off by saying there are two primary archetypes for sacrifice decks. Rally and Aristocrats. Rally lists focus on filling your graveyard with 2-3 cmc creatures, reviving them with Rally the Ancestors and the sacrificing them all -- likely with 2-3 Blood Artist effects in play to win. Aristocrats lists tend to focus less on 'combo' and more on 'synergy', and try to gain advantages through sacrifice effects. There has been some blending between the two archetypes recently, but I still feel they are distinct enough to be different.

There are then color combinations within each of the archetypes. Rally is often done in or . Aristocrats lists are often or . However with 3 color mana bases often comes a higher costs as fetch lands and shock lands are not always cheap. Two color mana bases are often fairly affordable, and you often can get away with no shocks or fecthes. With that being said, the first suggestion for a creature I would suggest is...

Bloodghast. However, he works best with fetch lands. In a pinch, you could use Terramorphic Expanse and Evolving Wilds, but they can feel pretty slow. But the ability to sacrfice Bloodghast, play a fetch land to return him to play, sacrifice him, sacrifice the fetch land to place another land into play to return Bloodghast to play so you can sacrifice him again -- that can add up to a lot of value.

Along similar lines, Gravecrawler can also generate a lot of advantage if you are playing enough zombies to have one in play with a fair level of consistency. Relentless Dead and Cryptbreaker can put in a lot of work with this guy.

While not all in black, Doomed Traveler, Tukatongue Thallid, Lingering Souls, Kitchen Finks, Bloodsoaked Champion, Mogg War Marshal, Sacred Cat, Voice of Resurgence, Tidehollow Sculler, Blisterpod, Bitterblossom, Orzhov Pontiff, Elenda, the Dusk Rose, and Keldon Marauders can all be sacrificed for good value.

As far as sacrifice engines go, Falkenrath Aristocrat, and Cartel Aristocrat are the namesakes. But Nantuko Husk, Bloodthrone Vampire, Greater Gargadon, Hidden Stockpile, Viscera Seer, Tymaret, the Murder King, Ayli, Eternal Pilgrim, Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet, Bontu the Glorified, Mind Slash and Teysa, Orzhov Scion are all good ways to keep sacrificing permanents. I also like Fleshbag Marauder, Sidisi's Faithful, and Sidisi, Undead Vizier, but they only sacrifice one thing upon etb.

Value is also important to consider as there are a number of cards that fit well within these lists, but do not necessarily read 'please sacrifice me', or 'sacrifice all the things.' But, they can certainly give you the gas to pull ahead. Blood Artist and Zulaport Cutthroat's advantages can be obvious in a deck like this. Additionally, Eternal Witness, Dark Confidant (or Asylum Visitor for budget), Phyrexian Arena, Smuggler's Copter, Collected Company, Return to the Ranks, Eldritch Evolution, Abzan Ascendancy, Liliana, Heretical Healer  Flip, Grave Pact, Lord of the Undead+Nameless Inversion (also works well with any other zombie) might all have places in different shells.

These are just a cards that might be interesting. I don't want to build your deck for you. But if any of those cards piqued your interest, I can certainly throw out some additional ideas that play well with the cards you liked.

Jozzatron on Esper Dragons

1 month ago

@commanderneyo I've got Nameless Inversion in there too which will help the odds aswell, and if I'm stuck on turn 2 without a dragon the spell it should still be effective. There will always be a time where it just doesn't work, but I feel it's the best option across all phases of the game.

Sinist3r on Ojutai University

3 months ago

Might sound weird but I actually really like utilizing Silumgar's Scorn by running Crib Swap and Mutavaults in conjunction with Ojutai (if you're never going to splash black for silumgar and Nameless Inversion.) Card is great because for Ojutai lists it's strictly better than Negate.

OmegaDestroyerZ on Haakon Storm

3 months ago

Alright, I cut one Burning Vengeance and also one Nameless Inversion to add two Golgari Thug to the main. I then replaced the mainboard Burning Vengeance with Impact Tremors and put the Burning Vengeance Package in the sideboard, trimming some cards to make room.

hungry000 on Minotaurs Dealing 29 Damage on Turn 3?

3 months ago

If you ever think of making a sideboard, Nameless Inversion and Shriekmaw would be cool removal spells since their costs are reduced by Ragemonger and Heartless Summoning (respectively).

CampinSam on EDH Tribal Staples

3 months ago

Are you intentionally leaving out all of the cards with Changeling? Crib Swap, Nameless Inversion, and Chameleon Colossus are all pretty good.

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