Soul Summons


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Custom Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Fate Reforged (FRF) Common
Promo Set (000) Common

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Soul Summons


Manifest the top card of your library. (Put it onto the battlefield as a 2/2 creature. Turn it face up at any time for its mana cost if it's a creature card.)

Soul Summons Discussion

Funkydiscogod on card challenge

9 months ago

That card already has a pretty serious deck built around it: it repeatedly sacrifices Wild Cantor to build up enough storm count to Grapeshot the opponent for lethal.

If you want another way to play the card, you can do it with effects like Soul Summons or Mastery of the Unseen which will always be drawn as noncreature spells, but any Manifest card will be returned to your hand when it dies, because it was a 2/2 creature when it died.

chosenone124 on Dimensional Breach Protection

1 year ago

MagicalHacker it is possible to exile sorceries with it.

Soul Summons

They will not return to the battlefield because you cannot return non-permanents to the battlefield

Blo on Ixalan's Binding vs double cards.

1 year ago

So Cloudform gives the manifested card hexproof, which means you won't be able to target it with Ixalan's Binding. You can exile the Cloudform aura, which will exile the cloudform and put the Dusk / Dawn in the graveyard. As far as I know there is no point where you can target the manifested card by Cloudform...
Now suppose you can target the manifested creature, because it's made with Soul Summons or so. Ixalan's Binding will exile the card. Dusk / Dawn needs to be in the graveyard to cast 'aftermath' costs, which it isn't, and your opponent won't be able to cast either Dusk or Dawn.

It is important to remember here that Ixalan's Binding puts a card in exile. Meaning it isn't in the graveyard or on the battlefield.

Funkydiscogod on Manifestation

1 year ago

I hate to tell you, but, it's a flimsy combo. It looks great on paper, but is unlikely to actually work. The biggest problem is that if you target something with a blink effect, you're targeting a game-ending threat. And, if you're not targeting face-down Little Miss, you're going to be desperate enough that it'll still be worth the opponent's time to kill it in response.

Anyway...I recommend Halimar Depths. Turn 1 Halimar Depths into turn 2 Soul Summons is kind of the nut draw.

SirSh4ggy on Morphing Mind Games

2 years ago

I've been considering building a deck like this and including some BA eldrazis. You might consider adding some manifest cards, as well as some flicker junk. If you have a morph/manifested creature on the field and it exiles, when it re-enters it comes in face-up.


Cloudform, Lightform, Soul Summons, Write into Being, Whisperwood Elemental, Wildcall


Cloudshift, Ghostly Flicker, Glimmerpoint Stag, Deadeye Navigator, Eerie Interlude, Conjurer's Closet

CasualCypher on White Whimsical Whumper

2 years ago

I've got Soul Nova, Soul Parry, and Soul Summons. Unfortunately those two didn't pop up.

skoobysnackz on It's Morphin' Time

2 years ago

Thanks for all the suggestions everyone! I added Deathmist Raptor and I'm giving Soul Summons a try.

frogkill45 on It's Morphin' Time

2 years ago

Soul Summons might be a better choice if you go manifest strategy

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