Prophetic Prism

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Frontier Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Noble Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Brawl Legal
Standard Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vanguard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Modern Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Casual Legal

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Set Rarity
Masters 25 (A25) None
Kaladesh (KLD) Common
Gatecrash (GTC) Common
MTG: Commander (CMD) Common
Rise of the Eldrazi (ROE) Common

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Prophetic Prism

Artifact

When Prophetic Prism enters the battlefield, draw a card.

, : Add one mana of any color to your mana pool.

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Prophetic Prism Discussion

seshiro_of_the_orochi on ChaosJester

6 days ago

Hi :) as the kaleidoscope seems to be the only way of making prisms, this seems kinda hard to pull off. Except maybe some artifacts that are called prism like Pentad Prism and Prophetic Prism. Might be kinda fun actually. How do you imagine the rough list to be?

DemonDragonJ on Ultimate spoiler season

3 weeks ago

I am very displeased that neither Akroma's Memorial nor Rhystic Study were reprinted, since both of those cards very much need to be reprinted.

The new artwork on Vengeful Rebirth is nice; I see that Seb MicKinnon is taking inspiration from Rebecca Guay and/or Terese Nielsen in that image.

I really wish that I had waited to purchase a Lord of Extinction for my Mimeoplasm EDH deck until it was reprinted in this set, as doing so would have saved me a great amount of money, but I made that purchase months before this set was even announced, so there was no way that I could have known about it.

The reprint of Reviving Vapors is very nice, and I may purchase a copy if I ever build a white/blue EDH deck.

Prismatic Lens is rather useless; Prophetic Prism would have been vastly better.

It is good to see Anger and Brawn reprinted, but why were the other incarnations in that cycle not reprinted? That is especially glaring considering that Filth and Valor have never been reprinted.

Most of the lands were great, but did the game really need another reprint of Terramorphic Expanse? Also, Rogue's Passage and Thespian's Stage were great, but those spaces could have been used for lands that need reprints much more severely, such as Reflecting Pool, Meteor Crater, or Vesuva.

In conclusion, I shall purchase some cards from this set, but not too many, and I certainly shall not purchase any boost packs or booster boxes. This set did have some nice cards, but I feel that it overall was slightly underwhelming for it being the final masters set for the foreseeable future, so I hope that whatever WotC has planned for reprint sets in the future is a worthwhile replacement.

Cereal_Killer on Green Budget friendly Tron

2 months ago

I'd definitely add 2 more copies of Ancient Stirrings, and bring up to 4 Expedition Map

Then, why don't you add Chromatic Sphere and Chromatic Star? It gives you green mana and also lets you draw a card. A cheap alternative could be Prophetic Prism. To make space for theese cards I'd cut Elvish Mystic, Elvish Rejuvenator and Llanowar Elves

Some very budget creatures could fit this deck are Endless One or Bane of Bala Ged, but I also really like Sundering Titan and Artisan of Kozilek

kamarupa on The Skies

2 months ago

Aerial Responder is a great value. Treasure Map  Flip might be more useful than Prophetic Prism (and more expensive, too).

1xBuried Ruin and 1xThrone of the God-Pharaoh might be good.

ThatDooderGuy on Mardu Mastery (Sun of a Lich)

2 months ago

I have a few suggestions;

1) instead of Boros Guildgate, have you considered running Wind-Scarred Crag? It is strictly better than the Guildgate, and has good synergy with Lich's Mastery, and makes it not a useless topdeck in the late game. Speaking of lands, I also think that a third Field of Ruin is worth considering, since you are currently running sixteen basic lands.

2) it feels to me that, as a combo control deck, that you need more ways to reliably draw cards. I'm not sure how well the deck has been performing for you without it (aside from Lich's Mastery, obviously), but I feel like Wall of Omens would be a good inclusion over some of the more situational/clunky cards, like Renewed Faith, or maybe cut down on some of the removal (the Cut feels out of place to me, and there are better options, like Flame Slash for example). And maybe Prophetic Prism over Navigator's Compass since that also cantrips?

3) why do you not have a sideboard? Does your playgroup not play with them? I always have a sideboard built for my decks, just in case, and I recommend that you build one to, for this deck and whatever other decks you have, since it at least gives you practice on building them. And even if you don't want to build one in paper, you can always build one on the TappedOut page here and mess around with it before you actually put one together.

I hope that some of these suggestions helped, and +1 from me! The deck looks fun!

JohnnyBoyG on Lands & Mana

3 months ago

I'd recommend cutting the color fixing artificats (Terrarion, Prophetic Prism). Neither is very strong, and it's hard to justify playing them just to play 5 other cards. Engineered Might is not good enough to justify the splash. Herald of Kozilek is, but given how many colorless cards you are running, you can probably afford to add some blue-producing lands. If you add just 1 island, you have 9 virtual blue sources (4 Aether Hubs, 4 Evolving Wilds, and the island). And you can also add more dual lands, and cut the Reliquary Tower (hand size is very rarely an issue). Alternatively, you could consider cutting one of your colors entirely, though I know that will be painful.

As for additions, I'd recommend better early game cards. In particular, mana dorks such as Llanowar Elves or Druid of the Cowl, and early removal, such as Lightning Strike or Harnessed Lightning could be good.

Lastly, I don't think those tags mean what you think they do. Show and Tell refers to decks trying to cheat big creatures into play using that card, not a deck you're showing to the public, wizards refers to the creature type, not the company, and netdeck refers to a deck you got from the net, not one you're putting there. Otherwise, wouldn't these tags apply to every deck here?

Argy on Dragon Arena

3 months ago

I would use 3x Lightning Strike instead of the Shivan Fire.

Get rid of the Prophetic Prism for 2 more Metallic Mimic.

Get rid of Hazoret's Monument for another Sarkhan, Fireblood.

Spit Flame can be replaced with Glorybringer, one of the best Dragons around right now. In fact you could do with 3x Glorybringer all up in this deck.

You do need lots more earlier Creatures. Have you considered turning this into a Goblin build during the early game, then ramping into Dragons? That might catch people off guard.

Hope that helps.

TheVectornaut on The blue wave

3 months ago

I think this a pretty interesting alternative to regular storm, so I decided to goldfish a few times. Maybe I just got oddball draws, but I often felt that I had superfluous amounts of mana but not enough cards. Paradoxical Outcome goes a long way towards remedying that problem. Unfortunately, if you don't draw it, Displacement Wave proves less effective and it's difficult to get to Aetherflux Reservoir and go off. My suggestion would be to replace some of the mana rocks with more cantrip artifacts. I was way happier to draw Mind Stone and Prophetic Prism than Izzet Signet and Talisman of Dominance. They helped get me to Ancient Stirrings or a Reservoir faster and made the bounce spells more effective. Anyway, that's just my theory. Good luck!

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