Obzedat's Aid

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Dragon's Maze (DGM) Rare

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Obzedat's Aid

Sorcery

Return target permanent card from your graveyard to the battlefield.

Obzedat's Aid Discussion

dbpunk on Enchantment Recursion

1 week ago

Obzedat's Aid works pretty well

hkhssweiss on "Who doesn't enjoy Capitalism?" with Teysa Karlov

1 month ago

Avacidal_maniac

I value low curves for a personal deck building as I come from a more competitive meta, so cards I find inefficient are cards like:

All these cards are a bit too clunky and don't provide much additional benefit with running in strategy with Teysa Karlov. More die trigger effects or spirit production are great, so I would recommend more cards like Archon of Justice or sac outlets and die triggers that provide card advantage like Grim Haruspex . Just my perspective imo, it is your deck :P

Hope that helps! ^^

Honor_Basquiat on Teneb, the Harvester

3 months ago

You're off to a good start.

Here are some budget friendly staple removal spells you should consider running (you don't need to run them all of course):

Here are some budget friendly cards that can help you feed your graveyard:

Here are some budget friendly big bomb creatures you can use as win conditions and/or reanimate:

If you want to go the reanimator angle here are some budget friendly reanimator spells:

4nTi0cH_Gh0sT on

4 months ago

Boza Thanks for the input man... Yeah ive been slowly realizing the same thing. Wish it were a more castable card, but my mana curve is already super high. Obzedat's Aid is definitely the better plan. But its a frightening plan post side board. I love the graveyard shenanigans, but im afraid it will be easy to turn off in post sideboard games. Ill probably just take out the Emrakul for another Elspeth... Dont know what other changes to make though. Again, thank you for the input.

BotaNickill on Beware MY Child's Wrath! My Gawd!!

5 months ago

Cybersix, check out the updated list if you have a chance. I don't have many of the cards you suggested, but I did fin an Obzedat's Aid and a Clone, Vesuvan Doppelganger and a few other finds that should help. It playtested pretty well today. thanks again for the advice!

Unlife on Resto Gonti

6 months ago

Maybe a couple of Obzedat's Aid or Beacon of Unrest for extra reanimation? I'd also consider a heavy discard/removal package, so that you can stall out your opponents until reanimating/casting Gonti or being able to rip out combo pieces/wincons. Thoughtseize, Inquisition of Kozilek, Fatal Push, Path to Exile, Liliana of the Veil and Tidehollow Sculler all seem like good options.

Unlife on QMarchesa

6 months ago

Koskun Falls and Norn's Annex are both extra pillowfort effects. Unburial Rites and Beacon of Unrest are both other reanimation effects, as is Obzedat's Aid. Grave Betrayal is a bit mana heavy but very good just before a board wipe.

Enral on The Fateshifter | **PRIMER**

6 months ago

dommes89: I think I have enough recursion in my deck as of now. Not a big fan of reanimation spells that return to hand...Obzedat's Aid is decent but it's too slow for getting a bunch of permanents back for my liking. The reason why Emeria sheperd is so good in this deck is not just because of the synergy with Aminatou, with Ghostly Flicker + Archaeomancer, you can literally get all non-land permanents back into play by flickering a Plains. You should definitely give sheperd a try, I've been a fan ever since its inclusion.

Jthomas3592: I think BSZ is overkill for draw spells and doesn't really synergize with my deck direction. The infinite mana is to enable infinite flicker for other etb permanents like Mulldrifter to draw into our finisher or gonti to just win by exiling everyone's graveyard.

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