Reality Shift

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Format Legality
Vintage Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Modern Legal
Frontier Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Fate Reforged Uncommon
Promo Set Uncommon

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Reality Shift

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Exile target creature. Its controller manifests the top card of his or her library. (That player puts the top card of his or her library onto the battlefield face down as a 2/2 creature. If it's a creature card, it can be turned face up at any time for its mana cost.)

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Reality Shift Discussion

Silber on the locust god edh

3 days ago

Hey, just commenting like I said I would on facebook. An easy cut here is Sulfur Falls because you have two :) Next I'd say Blue Sun's Zenith, Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind, Coat of Arms and Think Twice. The first three are win-more, and I believe that your goal for winning is fairly straightforward, it also involves a lot of mana, not infinte, which these often look for. Coat of Arms helps your opponents, do not reccommend. Running Rapid Hybridization, Pongify and Reality Shift may be overkill, I'd drop one, your choice. In an effort to avoid fluff, I also believe that either Vedalken Shackles or Helm of Possession can get the boot. It may be personal preference, but I don't like Mystic Confluence much, if you don't agree just drop one of my adds. In place of it, I'd add Muddle the Mixture to counter and search, as well as Merchant Scroll for more search, and Fabricate for you guessed it, more search. That's 8 cuts, 3 additions, which bring you to 100. Let me know what you think.

TheDevicer on [List - Multiplayer] EDH Generals by Tier

1 week ago

Not going to argue my position further since it's obvious I'm drastic opposition. Pulling my list down. Anyway, I'll leave you with what I believe to be some things that'll help you.

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JonoHardock on Objective determined; item obtained

1 week ago

Reality Shift perhaps to replace Spin into Myth, holding 5 for a single target removal is rough.

additional Removal Options: Universal Solvent is a play and forget that is awesome late game Scour from Existence answers tons of stuff.

your could use Trophy Mage to find your Quietus Spike

Other utility spells that you could run: Engulf the Shore Inkwell Leviathan Control Magic

Duke.Fleed on The Clock is Ticking

2 weeks ago

You need a lot more ramp if you are gonna run 33 lands. I think the biggest thing people make mistakes with when building Jhoria decks is they put too many finishers in and not enough card draw and mana ramp (Fellwar Stone, Darksteel Ingot, Hedron Archive, Thought Vessel, Thran Dynamo). I think it's much better to ramp Solemn Simulacrum, draw a bunch Pull from Tomorrow, then put a bunch of stuff on suspend than do one or two things at a time. Also, since people will be able to see the threats coming, more low drop blockers or things that deter attacking are necessary: Clever Impersonator, Stunt Double, and other Clone type cards can do great at keeping you alive early and copying your big things late. Reality Shift Chaos Warp and Divergent Transformations are all good removal in blue and red.

Also you are missing: Fury Charm, Paradox Haze, and Timecrafting. these all change the math of when your threats become real, and thus can be used to increase your chance of survival. Quicksilver Amulet is a good way to cheat things in at instant speed.

micahryder on Thrasios and Kydele Lovecrafting

3 weeks ago

I find Chain of Vapor to be a little underwhelming, I would replace it with something that more thoughroughly deals with threats. Reality Shift is a good creatures answer at instant speed. I'm never too worried about what they could get as long as the current threat is dealt with. Song of the Dryads is my favorite removal spell in EDH. It hits everything on the board and locks out decks that need their commander to function. Obviosly this is mean, but if there's no other way to hit some indestructable commander, it does the job. Also, theme wise, Coax from the Blind Eternities is a great lovecraftian ritual card and can be powerful if one of your eldrazi gets exiled or you have house rules or flexibility with what is "outside the game". Hope it turns out well. First deck looks good!

Chandrian on Hugging Thieves

3 weeks ago

Nice deck. I would suggest cutting some of the colorless ramp in favour of ramp with color, for example cutting Pristine Talisman for another signet or even landramp like Cultivate or Kodama's Reach.

Some other hug cards are Ghirapur Orrery and Horn of Greed, but it's better when you help others while helping yourself more. For this reason I suggest Selvala, Explorer Returned and Tempt with Discovery, because the effect is asymetrical.

I also want to mention Reality Shift and Beast Within as they are great removal.

Finally I made a stealing deck myself but in Temur colors, feel free to check it out

lithium142 on Welcome Back

4 weeks ago

so im coming into this a little late. sorry for the delay, i meant to comment a lot earlier. The problem this deck has is a little deeper than just using sub-optimal cards. a deck like bogles doesn't need to play tier one to be able to perform. that said, you deck does have a "competitive" tag on it, but that's a different discussion entirely.

anyway, your real problem is that the deck currently doesn't have a real identity. You are playing aggressive cards outside of an aggressive deck, and control cards outside of a control deck. the result is that your deck plays very clunky. based on your description and a few of your card choices, i feel like what you are trying to build is a midrange tempo deck. so incremental advantage is the name of the game.

you already have some good things going on. for example Familiar's Ruse with Coiling Oracle is excellent. that's the kind of synergy we want to replicate. more etb effects on creatures, and more ways of recurring them. Kitchen Finks, Eternal Witness, Vendilion Clique, that sort of thing. this route would also give you a lot of options for sideboarding, but i digress.

as some raw value, Glen Elendra Archmage, Primeval Titan, Remand, Treetop Village, Scavenging Ooze, Courser of Kruphix.

and some better options for early cards Experiment One, Dryad Militant, Serum Visions.

here's where the weakness of your color choice comes in. removal. green has none that's worth taking. there's Beast Within, but ive built decks where i've splashed white just to avoid having to use it. unfortunately blue doesn't fare much better. it has bounce spells like Vapor Snag, and you've also got janky removal like Rapid Hybridization and Reality Shift. sadly, there really isnt a good option here. white adds a lot to your deck in terms of creatures, and it would give you Path to Exile, so maybe consider it down the road.

On another note, Chord of Calling and potentially Collected Company are 100% dependent on how you build your deck, but could be worth the effort of building around.

I hope this is helpful to you. My hope is that this will give you a bit of card knowledge, and hopefully you can make changes while still keeping the deck what you want it to be. let me know if you need any help. im always a message away.

PurePazaak on Current Ezuri Build

4 weeks ago

So I have an Ezuri, Claw of Progress build, myself. You should check it out! I'm gonna give you some ideas, as I may have a few more experience counters than you xD

The suggestions I make are from my list, but I won't mention any cards outside of your budget. Let's get started!

This is alphabetical, not in order of relevance:

  • Avenger of Zendikar is a bomb! He usually produces 7 tokens (sometimes more, rarely less). That's 7 Ezuri triggers! A great way to spend some mana.
  • Birthing Pod is good; in my opinion, it is secondary to Yisan, the Wanderer Bard (more on him later)
  • Breeding Pool is in your sideboard, but is a little out of your budget. If you're willing to buy it, there is absolutely no reason to leave it out of your deck
  • Cyclonic Rift is an auto-include, as you are playing a blue EDH deck
  • As brian.olson542 mentioned, Fathom Mage is amazing with Ezuri. It's the best card draw you'll get
  • Green Sun's Zenith is amazing if you have enough green creatures to make it relevant. Tutoring is important in Commander, especially with a toolbox build (Ezuri can easily be a very effective toolbox). If you have too many blue/artifact creatures, I would go for other tutors
  • Hinterland Harbor is from my favorite cycle of lands. In a 2-color deck, it will usually enter the battlefield _UN_tapped, without having to Shock yourself. Wonderful!
  • You would be amazed at just how useful Kiora's Follower is. Got a tapped Simic Growth Chamber, Sol Ring, or Oran-Rief, the Vastwood? No problem :) Of course, it can also untap any creatures you have, as well as tapping an opponent's artifacts/creatures. So much utility in one little creature!
  • I am familiar with Lifecrafter's Bestiary (or the Pokedex, as I call it). However, I have not tried it in my Ezuri Claw build. I'd be interested in seeing how it plays out!
  • Murkfiend Liege is definitely not as good as Seedborn Muse, but it is also 90% cheaper, so that's okay
  • Mycoloth is one of the best ways to get more counters! You needn't devour anything as it enters, though you certainly may. Just dump XP into it, and you get some tokens, which gives you more XP, which gives you more tokens, which gives...
  • Panharmonicon - yesyesYES!!! This card is bonkers! Creatures that create tokens when they enter the battlefield (i.e.: Avenger of Zendikar) will create twice that amount! But wait - There's more! Those tokens will trigger Ezuri TWICE! For those of you following along at home, that's FOUR TIMES the Ezuri triggers for those tokens. You can't afford to pass that up!
  • Rashmi, Eternities Crafter really doesn't play with Ezuri, but it is an A+ Simic card.
  • PUT IN Sage of Hours!!! He is an infinite combo, and a win condition. If you have 4 XP, play Sage, get another XP, enter combat, place 5 counters on Sage and remove them instantly, take an extra turn. Then do the same thing next turn. Then the next. Then the next. You see where i'm going here? It's infinite turns, my friend. There's no cooler way to win (well... except for Now I Know My ABC's... but that's a different deck)
  • I don't usually like taplands, but I make an excuse for Temple of Mystery. The artwork alone keeps it in, and the scrying is noice
  • Yavimaya Coast is another solid and inexpensive option for mana

This is kinda alphabetical... but not really. _()_/

Whew! Well I gave you a lot to think about, there. feel free to ask questions about anything I've suggested; I'd be happy to give you examples from games I've played, etc. Good luck, and happy deck-teching!

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