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

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Set Rarity
Ultimate Masters (UMA) Rare
Commander Anthology 2018 (CM2) Rare
Commander 2016 (C16) Rare
Modern Masters (MMA) Rare
Morningtide (MOR) Rare

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Creature — Elemental


When Reveillark leaves the battlefield, return up to two target creature cards with power 2 or less from your graveyard to the battlefield.

Evoke (You may cast this spell for its evoke cost. If you do, it's sacrificed when it enters the battlefield.)

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Reveillark Discussion

crash328 on None

3 days ago

Heres my recommendation: Ashnod's Altar , Karmic Guide and Reveillark are a tested true combo that puts in solid work with aminatou for infinite loops. In my deck i also run the altar occasionally along with Eldrazi Displacer and Grave Titan or any creature who spawns two creature tokens as an etb since you can sac the two tokens to the altar to make 4 mana and use three on displacer's ability to flciker the creature to remake the tokens, resulting in one mana floating at the end of the exchange, essentially resulting in infinite colorless mana for a Torment of Hailfire or Exsanguinate finisher

hkhssweiss on Roony Baby

5 days ago

Hey covingtonjt,

Here might be some cards you can consider using:

Most of these cards are super cheap to grab and would definitely boost up the amount of value you can use from Roon. Favorite Bant card of all time is Wargate , it can grab you any permanent from your deck and since you are running Eternal Witness you can grab it back from the grave to reuse again! Same with Chord of Calling as well.

Hope that can help and feel free to ask for any more advice if ya need!

CyberLynx07 on Control decks are child’s play

1 week ago

Hey, good list so far for a beginning player, I like where you're going with this. First off, I second the motion on Blade Splicer, it can be insane with flicker effects. It also combos well with Sun Titan and my next suggestion of Reveillark. Reveillark seems like it could be great with this list, many of your creatures have 2 power or less. Maybe even add Karmic Guide to chain the Reveillark, though that may be a bit ambitious. You might also be able to get away with a Brago, King Eternal in this deck. Too bad Phantasmal Image is so expensive.

Abzkaban on Ghave That Bitch an Infinite Combo [Primer]

1 week ago


I'm currently without a playgroup at the moment, unfortunately, since I moved states a couple years ago. However in my old playgroup this wouldn't be as big of a problem as it would be in more competitive pods. Either way unless someone counters Ghave, this deck wins more often than not as soon as he hits the field.

If you're worried about him being a big target, there are plenty of ways for the deck to go off without him. There are currently 75 possible combinations of cards using persist creatures that go infinite (Going through this made me realize I really need to update my Full Combo list, so thanks!). We can use any of 5 cards to combo with a persist creature and a sac outlet. These are:

  1. Cathars' Crusade
  2. Ivy Lane Denizen
  3. Juniper Order Ranger
  4. Bloodspore Thrinax
  5. Mikaeus, the Unhallowed

We have three persist creatures to choose from (though you can add more if you want to focus on this strategy):

  1. Kitchen Finks
  2. Puppeteer Clique
  3. Woodfall Primus

5 x 3 = 15. That's 15 combinations with any sac outlet. The sac outlets we have available are:

  1. Ashnod's Altar
  2. Phyrexian Altar
  3. Carrion Feeder
  4. Blasting Station
  5. Viscera Seer

15 x 5 = 75. That gives us 75 possible combinations to reach infinite without Ghave. I didn't include Evolutionary Leap in the equation merely because the sac outlet isn't free. It's kind of a pseudo-Ghave with some possible tutor ability.

It's worth noting that only Blasting Station wins you the game on the spot out of these combos. Otherwise you'll need a Blood Artist effect for the win. However any of the persist creatures give us useful abilities, though Puppeteer Clique is generally more useful in long games with full graveyards. Likely if your group is competitive you won't get that far. He can be replaced with lower cmc creatures like Safehold Elite for instance if you just care about infinite death triggers. However Woodfall Primus can lock out the game by destroying all lands if you want to go that route.

Not to mention we also have our recursion combo using any of Karmic Guide/Reveillark/Saffi Eriksdotter. There are 3 combinations of using any 2 of these creatures and 5 free sac outlets. This gives us 15 combinations, 3 of which win on the spot with Blasting Station. For the other 12, we can add Blood Artist or Zulaport Cutthroat for the win. 12 x 2 = 24. Add Triskelion with any 2 of our recursion creatures for 3 more ways to win. 3 + 24 + 3 = 30 possible routes to win the game from these cards alone.

All in all the deck can work just fine without Ghave provided you know what to tutor for. The way I see it, there are two methods for reaching a game winning combo.

  1. Be fast and resilient. This is the route I've chosen. There are so many different ways to make a combo that a little disruption doesn't phase us. Obviously I still need to work on my land base to make it faster for this strategy to work consistently for cEDH. Otherwise in more casual groups I can just durdle around and win whenever I want.
  2. Utilize control. Cut down on the number of combos in the deck and focus on a select few that will win you the game. Use a combination of tutors to draw your combos and control to maintain your boardstate and prevent others from winning until you can play a game winning combo. For this I would go for straight up infinite damage or life drain from continuous sac outlets and forgo the infinite mana/tokens approach. If you feel this is what you need for your meta then go for it. It still works really well, though obviously I prefer the resiliency approach.

Hopefully that answered your question. If not let me know, and I'll be happy to discuss!

I used to have Utopia Mycon in the deck, but it got cut for Phyrexian Altar which is objectively better. Yes you can search Mycon with Hulk who can't get the Altar, but if you're sac'ing Hulk to pull them out, you don't really need the fungus in the first place. Viscera Seer and Carrion Feeder can be brought out with Hulk and aren't restricted to sacrificing just saprolings. I'm not sure Metallic Mimic combos enough with other cards in the deck to merit a spot with Mycon, but it's certainly an approach that can work in other builds.

multimedia on Karador, the Forest Spirit

2 weeks ago

Hey, Karador is good for Birthing Pod + Felidar Guardian shenanigans as well as creature combo engines: Reveillark + Karmic Guide or Saffi Eriksdotter + Renegade Rallier or Protean Hulk + Apprentice Necromancer. The nice thing about all these creatures is they are all good by themselves with Karador since most interact in some way with the graveyard. If you're playing Hermit Druid than I suggest less Basic lands and also playing Dread Return as it can be the no mana cost flashback reanimation enabler from your graveyard after milling your library.

multimedia on the flock

2 weeks ago

Hey again, did a little more research on Birds and how you get an edge on your opponents Boros Angels and Dimir Kraken with Derevi:

After attacking with Birds you can use Derevi's ability to then untap them. When they are untaped you can then tap them with Glare to tap your opponent's Angels. You can tap your opponent's Angels at instant speed with Glare using your Birds. This means you can prevent even lock your Angel opponent from attacking with Angels. Glare is very good with Quest for Renewal.

Storm prevents your opponent from untapping their Angels. It also doesn't allow you to untap your Birds, but you have Derevi and his ability to untap your Birds or lands or tap your opponent's Angels. Edric is a good source of draw when you're attacking with little flying creatures. Storm and Edric combine to give you card advantage since you can attack your opponent with Birds and with Derevi untap them, but your Angel opponent can't attack you with Angels who are tapped. With Storm or Glare Edric's effect is very one sided, good for you, since your Angel opponent can't attack you with Angels who are tapped thus can't do combat damage to you. Storm also has interaction with Glare since Glare can tap an Angel and then that Angel doesn't untap at your opponent's turn.

Bower Passage and Glare/Storm can combine to pretty much lock your Angels opponent from doing much with their Angels since they can't untap their Angels or block your Birds with untapped Angels. Storm's cumulative upkeep is annoying, but Derevi's ability can untap your lands which can help to keep Storm in play longer.

Before I suggested Yisan as a nonBird creature to consider adding, but Edric makes more sense if you're attacking with Birds.

The Reveillark + Karmic Guide combo can help against your Kraken mill opponent since both can reanimate Birds. Blessing is one of the best anti-mill cards for green; when it's put into your graveyard from your library you shuffle Blessing and your graveyard back into your library. Blessing is shuffled back into your library this helps to shut down mill. Elixir is another card that can help against mill. It's slower, but you have more control over when you shuffle your graveyard into your library.

solarbeam on Suicide Control

2 weeks ago

You're a bit into the wrong color for self-sacrifice style play. And going by your description, Death's Shadow sounds like it'd be up your alley. A reason for you to hurt yourself while also being the big thing that kills the opponent.

Cards like Meren of Clan Nel Toth, Eternal Witness, Shriekmaw, Reveillark, Mulldrifter, Find / Finality, Golgari Findbroker, Lotleth Giant, Unburial Rites, Living End, are all relatively decent with the whole sacrifice theme

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