Nameless Inversion


Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual 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

Funkydiscogod on modern mono black zombies

4 days ago

What's your opinion on Nameless Inversion?

I can kill most of the same things Lightning Bolt can kill. It's more expensive, but Undead Warchief makes it cheaper, and Lord of the Undead can pull it back from the graveyard to your hand, and Diregraf Colossus will recognize it as a zombie spell. I guess in a pinch, it can be used to pump one of your dudes.

blast_shark on Dimir Zombie Combo (Canadian Highlander)

5 days ago

bigshocka Thanks! I'll be sure to add Nameless Inversion. Repeatable removal is really good especially when it further validates the inclusion of a 3+ card combo.

bigshocka on Dimir Zombie Combo (Canadian Highlander)

5 days ago

You're forgetting Nameless Inversion for an infinite chain of casting while Haakon, Stromgald Scourge is out. Two easy targets with Gifts Ungiven.

I basically have a modern version of this deck. Check my profile out.

AMJacker on Best two color shapeshifter deck ...

1 week ago

I think has the best ones. I only splashed black for Nameless Inversion and Ghoulcaller's Chant which is too good here!

My take... Changeling Bling

Note: all the instants trigger Door of Destinies

Edit: Oh EDH. missed that. nevermind.

Pheardemons on Haakon, the Mountain that Rides [[Primer]]

1 month ago

theseax - Nameless Inversion. This version of the card may be better to look at to understand the combo. Nameless Inversion has Changeling, which indicates it is every creature type (no matter where it is, hand, graveyard, library, ect). Haakon, Stromgald Scourge can cast knight cards out of the graveyard, so as long as he has two mana he can continuously recast Nameless Inversion from the graveyard because it is considered a Knight card due to the fact that it has changeling.

theseax on Haakon, the Mountain that Rides [[Primer]]

1 month ago

I don't understand the Nameless Inversion combo. Could you please explain?

Snickles@EDH_only on Edgar Markov

1 month ago

may want Sorin, Lord of Innistrad and/or Sorin, Solemn Visitor over your current planeswalkers, as both make vampire tokens. Nameless Inversion and Crib Swap offer neat removal that nets you a token (as they are both vampire spells due to tribal changeling).

Skullclamp can replace some of the pay life to draw cards, as clamping a token is effectively kicker: draw 2 for vampire spells. Indulgent Aristocrat and Bloodline Keeper  Flip are solid tribal "lords"

and Gatekeeper of Malakir is amazing, but woefully forgotten. hope this helps!

passimo on Ghoulcaller's dream

1 month ago

Hi Arthaiser, thanks a lot for your suggestions. I think you are right about the Merchant, but i love that card, and i'm not sure i'd be able to part from it! I'll test the deck anyway, so I can see how it would go without that card.

Thanks for letting me know your opinion about the Nameless Inversion/Ghoulcaller's Chant swap! I think i'll put it in. I was honestly thinking of replacing only 1 Victim of Night with it, because it costs exactly the same converted mana cost as the inversion, but i'm not so sure about it, also because it would be difficoult to find it in the deck. Should I remove also 1 Disfigure, in your opinion?

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