Teferi's Puzzle Box


Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Ninth Edition (9ED) Rare
Eighth Edition (8ED) Rare
Seventh Edition (7ED) Rare
Classic Sixth Edition (6ED) Rare
Visions (VIS) Rare

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Teferi's Puzzle Box


At the beginning of each player's draw step, that player puts the cards in his or her hand on the bottom of his or her library in any order, then draws that many cards.

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Teferi's Puzzle Box Discussion

FancyLadies on The Locust Army: A Day of Wrath

2 days ago

Reverse830 Favorable winds is definitely a good choice, I will replace Mogg Maniac for sure. I had him in there to use as a chump blocker, but it hasn't really seen much value in that sense. As for Teferi's Puzzle Box, it's a great card and I've played around with it I just don't know what to swap out for it. Any suggestions? I was thinking of taking Gush out for Teferi's Puzzle Box

Myythic on Tutelage Turbo Fog!

3 days ago

Thanks blargin for the recommendation! Im going to try replacing Teferi's Puzzle Box with Alhammarret's Archive and maybe sideboard Laboratory Maniac as a secondary wincon against leylines.

Reverse830 on The Locust Army: A Day of Wrath

3 days ago

I would definitely put Teferi's Puzzle Box in the main deck. Not only does it let you churn through your deck faster (thus generating more insects) but it also means your opponents can't make plans for anything beyond their next draw step.

Second, I would suggest replacing Mogg Maniac with Favorable Winds. The Maniac only has synergy with Nin, and even then, it's only a one-time deal.

Finally, consider Commit / Memory. It will let you handle just about anything on Commit, and Memory lets you recycle your entire graveyard so you can draw it again. This also works to hose reanimator decks.

chadsansing on Good replacements for wheel effects ...

4 days ago

I would like to pitch as many recurring wheel effects as possible to include either more counter magic or more political draw cards in Revenge of the Nibblers, my The Locust God EDH deck.

What might be the best counter magic or political cards to replace others like

DJSeras on Question about Teferi's Puzzle Box

5 days ago

Your suspicions are correct, Teferi's Puzzle Box does require a draw step to be able to trigger, whereas Damia, Sage of Stone completely skips that step, meaning it doesn't get the chance to trigger on your own turn.

Teferi's Puzzle Box will still trigger on opponents draw steps however.

Rhadamanthus on Question about Teferi's Puzzle Box

5 days ago

No, it won't trigger. Like any other triggered ability, Teferi's Puzzle Box will only trigger when the given event happens. If your draw step never begins then there's nothing to trigger the ability.

drwhosmith4 on Question about Teferi's Puzzle Box

5 days ago

I just wanted to double check a ruling to make sure I have this interaction correct. I think it seems obvious but I honestly have never ocurred this interaction. Since Damia, Sage of Stone skips my draw step, would Teferi's Puzzle Box ever trigger for me given both are on the battlefield?

cdkime on Forgive Me

2 weeks ago

I have a couple of suggestions:

Curiosity is nice on Nekusar, granting you huge card draw, and makes an infinite combo when on Niv-Mizzet.

Sigil of Sleep combined with a wheel effect is devastating to your opponent's board-states.

If you really hate your friends: Phyresis plus a wheel can easily kill all opponents as they hit their draw steps.

Teferi's Puzzle Box obscene card draw, without giving your opponents much of an advantage; disrupts their tutors.

Library of Leng perfect for when you have a fist-full of great cards, but want to cast a discard-based wheel.

I would recommend cutting Phyrexian Tyranny and Spiteful Visions. I've found Nekusar and wheels generate enough card draw that self-harm is not worth it.

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