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Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
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Each other non-Aura enchantment is a creature with power and toughness each equal to its converted mana cost. It's still an enchantment.

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Opalescence Discussion

cdyrdr on Oloro's Insufferable Pillow Fort

1 week ago

After thinking it over I've decided to make a few more changes to the deck. I've moved Solemnity, Phyrexian Unlife, Tainted AEther and Opalescence into the main board and added Decree of Silence and Enchanted Evening. I've moved Invoke Prejudice, Teferi's Moat, War Tax and Athreos, God of Passage to the maybeboard and removed Stasis Snare and Archetype of Courage completely. I really like the combos Solemnity has with Phyrexian Unlife and Decree of Silence and I've tried to go for some land destruction with Tainted AEther and the Enchanted Evening and Opalescence Combo.

JuQ on Rafiq's Finest Hour

3 weeks ago

I think you are wrong, IAmTheWraith. It states that only non-Aura enchantments are turned to creatures, Auras will still be Auras once the object they are attached to leaves the battlefield.
The oracle text of Opalescence also says that non-Aura enchantment, so it looks like the only Auras turning to creatures are the Enchantment Creatures with Bestow.

kelpmerrow on Empyrial Enchantments

1 month ago

Thanks for the advice elgosu1337!

I really like the idea of Hokori, Dust Drinker. I've considered Stasis for the deck before, but Hokori feels so much better since I'm still strangling mana generation, but don't have to play around an upkeep cost

I actually did have Opalescence in the deck with Starfield of Nyx for awhile. The redundancy was useful in theory, but consistently proved to be unnecessary and I really wanted to drop one of them for another card. I ended up deciding to keep Starfield since it can recur enchantments, and doesn't give my opponents an army if Enchanted Evening is out, even if it does blows up their lands at the same time

Emeria Shepherd was in an earlier version of the deck. Though back then I wasn't playing all the enchantress effects, Burgeoning, and Courser of Kruphix, so I might be able to utilize her much better now since I often have ample lands to trigger her landfall

I've looked at Silent Sentinel before, its super tempting, but I always get turned off by that high mana cost. Still, you're right that Mirror-Sigil Sergeant doesn't add much and the Sentinel could be a worthy replacement. The Sergeant's really only stuck around so long since he's such a good "set it and forget it" threat, but I can probably get more mileage out of him in another deck

elgosu1337 on Empyrial Enchantments

1 month ago

Really like the Linvala, Keeper of Silence + Nature's Revolt combo. Have you considered Opalescence as redundancy for Starfield of Nyx? Silent Sentinel and Emeria Shepherd could be good for recursion. Mirror-Sigil Sergeant doesn't seem to add much to your deck. Hokori, Dust Drinker should work well with the tapping and untapping theme too.

elgosu1337 on Merieke, Goddess of Theft

1 month ago

Really like the use of untap effects to activate Merieke multiple times. Have you considered Opalescence to allow you to steal/destroy enchantments as well? Avacyn, Angel of Hope makes the things you steal indestructible so you continue to control them even after Merieke is untapped. These cards could really add a new dimension to the deck.

mortifolkmurphcaster on Merieke Ri Berit

1 month ago

Opalescence correction for above which links you to a deck, sorry about that

sonnet666 on Question About Layers

1 month ago

Sorry, I keep rushing and making little screw ups.

Infinite Reflection's second ability WILL effect non-creature permanents that enter the battlefield after it is already out. This is because it is a replacement effect, not a static effect like the first ability, and is subject to this rule:

614.12. Some replacement effects modify how a permanent enters the battlefield. (See rules 614.1cd.) Such effects may come from the permanent itself if they affect only that permanent (as opposed to a general subset of permanents that includes it). They may also come from other sources. To determine which replacement effects apply and how they apply, check the characteristics of the permanent as it would exist on the battlefield, taking into account replacement effects that have already modified how it enters the battlefield (see rule 616.1), continuous effects from the permanents own static abilities that would apply to it once its on the battlefield, and continuous effects that already exist and would apply to the permanent.

Since Enchanted Evening and Opalescence's continuous effects already exist on the battlefield, and will make the non-creature a creature, Infinite Reflection's replacement effect will see that the non-creature will be a creature once it's on the battlefield, and it will apply regardless of the fact that it's not a creature in Layer 1.

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