Primeval Light

Primeval Light

Sorcery

Destroy all enchantments target player controls.

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Guildpact (GPT) Uncommon

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Primeval Light Discussion

evilclown5609 on Simic, Sensibility, and Sea Monsters

3 days ago

I love you and your great. this deck is a modern-day masterpiece.

Some suggestions:

Rashmi, Eternities Crafter Show

Engulf the Shore Show

Choke/Eaten by Spiders/Primeval Light/Capsize/Krosan Grip - This is a control shell. It IS NOT YOUR JOB to make sure they can play the game.

Explore/Harrow/Growth Spiral/Abundance - harder, better, ... you know the rest.

Veil of Summer/Voidslime/Tale's End/Last Word/Overwhelming Denial, Spell Burst, Thryx, the Sudden Storm - "no"

glhf<3

TypicalTimmy on LGS has a Problem Player...what ...

3 months ago

Build a Selesnya deck and run things such as Darksteel Mutation , Lignify and Song of the Dryads . If you want to make it Bant instead and have counterspells, you now have access to Imprisoned in the Moon . There is also Humility , Overwhelming Splendor , Kasmina's Transmutation and Kenrith's Transformation .

Then, so it isn't killed when turned into a blocker, you have Pacifism , Cage of Hands , Prison Term , Arachnus Web , Arrest , and like just a whole slew of them in blue.

Basically you're going about the deck in the wrong way. Stop trying to "kill" him and start trying to "out pace" him.

You can also prevent him from even gaining life; Leyline of Punishment , Erebos, God of the Dead , Stigma Lasher , Forsaken Wastes , Everlasting Torment , Witch Hunt , Havoc Festival , Rampaging Ferocidon , and Archfiend of Despair .

You're going to want solid enchantment removal. For those, you have; Tranquil Path , Back to Nature , Paraselene , Bane of Progress , Primeval Light , Tranquility , Rampage of the Clans , Fracturing Gust , Austere Command , Tempest of Light and Merciless Eviction .

I'd highly recommend you go Bant and just ignore the Rakdos options I have given you, but those are there in the event you want some extra possibilities.

So you have two things here; Prisons & Mass Removal. They are working against each other, so you want something that protects your own boardstate; Teferi's Protection , Avacyn, Angel of Hope , Darksteel Forge + Mycosynth Lattice , Starfield of Nyx + Eldrazi Monument , Soul of New Phyrexia , Heroic Intervention , etc.

Run someone like Tuvasa the Sunlit , Jenara, Asura of War , Arcades, the Strategist or even Rubinia Soulsinger .

I'd recommend you run all of them, actually. Put Tuvasa as your Commander so you always have access to card draw. He basically turns your first enchantment each turn into a cantrip (Trading 1 card for 1 card).

SP3CTR3_chelts on Mono-White Prison

5 months ago

With moderns reliance on fetch lands (and your lack of a reliance) i would agree with the recommendations that Suppression Field would be great!

I have been tring to find a way of abusing Enchanted Evening but Echoing Calm is the closest i can get in mono white (and it is not worth it. there are a few in green eg. Primeval Light which would be wonderful :(

MrSilk on Enchanted Spring Cleaning - Bant

1 year ago

Ha! Back to Nature was actually in the first iteration of this deck with Heroic Intervention, but I replaced it with Paraselene and then just said screw it and replaced Paraselene and Heroic intervention with Primeval Light lol.

Thanks for the comment and upvote!

lagotripha on Help me plzzzz

1 year ago

Ok, this deck has a simple problem. Rather than building win-cons, you've filled a lot of card slots with big, game-ending spells. I'm seeing four combos and big creatures.

The issue with doing this can be explained pretty quickly- Combo cards are effectively blank until you get both parts of them, and high mana cost cards are blank until you can cast them. Most of the game is how you get to your big stuff, rather than staring at them in your hand and wishing you could use them, so that should be reflected on how much of your deck is 'I win if I cast this' compared to 'I need to survive to cast this'.

This basically means that this deck consists of Predator Ooze, Heritage Druid Noble Hierarch Essence Warden and Champion of Lambholt, but your hands will only have one or two of them at most. In modern, most decks will have two removal spells and a way of winning by turn five, so you will lose against most decks unless you get very lucky.

There are some simple solutions to this. This genreally means reducing the number of combo cards while increasing your ways to make sure that they arent 'blank'. Tutors, pseudo tutors, making sure your combos are good without both halves.

You don't want to be attacking enough for Dense Canopy to reliably provide value, so its normally blank- you can replace it. Similarly, Spring Cleaning/Primeval Light takes a long time to be useful, while something like (Felidar Cub/Keening Apparition/Kami of Ancient Law or in particular Qasali Pridemage or Thrashing Brontodon can be bears and destroy all the important stuff the turn evening resolves- its still basically a wipe, its just useful prior to being a wipe.

Your only black cards are Sanguine Bond/Exquisite Blood. They end the game, but without four of each (and Vizkopa Guildmage) it is difficult for them to be in your hand and to reliably cast them. Spells like Zealous Persecution Mortify or Anguished Unmaking could play well with different gamplans but you should cut both of them, and focus more on two colours, as the mana is a lot easier to provide (as cards you can't cast are basically blank).

So, when you are looking at a card in this deck or to add to this deck, think through several things. 'How does it help me' 'When does it help me' and 'when don't I want it'. This means finding versatile cards which can destroy enchantments but are also creatures or have multiple modes (hello Austere Command/Primal Command). Try to pick cards that don't just help with one of your gamplans, but all your gameplans. Similarly. if a gamplan just isn't working out, consider cutting it for more support, or cutting something else to support it more.

I really reccomend focussing on 1 drops that help generate mana/life, and 5 drops that have a big impact the moment they are played (Thragtusk, Painful Quandary) etc. A set of 2/3 mana cards that form your combos or can search your library for them (Idyllic Tutor, Lost Auramancers etc) and a smaller number of wincons. Foccusing in on what you want to do really helps you with picking cards that help you get there.

creepycrawler on MagicalHacker - List of All Board Wipes

1 year ago

For Green:

MrSilk on Enchanted Spring Cleaning - Bant

1 year ago

JabbaJedi Thanks for the comment and suggestion! IMO Patrician's Scorn isn't as good as Paraselene, which is a card I used to have in the deck alongside Heroic Intervention to protect my own permanents in a multiplayer game. I eventually cut out Parasalene and heroic intervention to cut down on the amount of cards required to complete my combo and just stuck in Primeval Light to basically just do the job of both.. Destroying all of their permanents and keeping mine safe.. It also allowed for me to free up some spots to use for other things.

I'm definitely up for as many people testing this out and making suggestions. Thanks again!

Also, to link the card just do [[]] with the card's name in the middle.

Angel_Zero on Enchanted Spring Cleaning - Bant

1 year ago

what about Primeval Light? seems like it could work well if you don't have heroic intervention in hand.

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