Temple of Epiphany


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

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Set Rarity
Journey into Nyx Rare

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Temple of Epiphany


Temple of Epiphany enters the battlefield tapped.

When Temple of Epiphany enters the battlefield, scry 1.

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Temple of Epiphany Discussion

Lame_Duck on It's a Draw!!

1 day ago

I don't think you're running enough lands here; 32 out of 100 is about 19 in a 60 card deck, which is the sort of number I reserve for very low curve aggro decks. Since you've got so much draw, you can cheat a little bit on lands but you it looks like you need to draw at least 3 in the first few turns to start getting going. I'd go up to 36 or 37 lands; that's about the equivalent of 22 in a 60 card deck.

Also, with absolutely no colour-fixing in the deck, I would recommend ditching the cards in the deck completely and going straight Dimir. They're nice cards but they don't do anything that your other cards can't do and they're not worth the risk of having a hand of cards that you don't have the right colours to cast. Either that or start looking into budget multi-coloured lands: Evolving Wilds, Terramorphic Expanse, Crumbling Necropolis, Temple of Epiphany, Temple of Deceit, Temple of Malice, Drowned Catacomb, Dragonskull Summit, Bloodfell Caves, Swiftwater Cliffs, Dismal Backwater.

ChaosEngineer on Thopter Cheese

1 week ago

So first off, welcome to the tapped out community and the amazing game of magic!

The first talking point on your deck is it's all over the place in format. Technology it's modern legal but I don't feel you are going for modern with this.

I'd sugggest working this into a Frontier format deck as you are almost there already.

To do this you need to drop the Counterspell, Thopter Assembly, Izzet Guildgate, Sulfur Falls, Temple of Epiphany, Phyrexian Metamorph, Tezzeret the Seeker , and Unwinding Clock. There are plenty of solid replacements for all of these and by doing so you'll be able to start playing with similar format decks.

When you start playing you'll see what the strengths and weaknesses of your deck are and you'll be able to tune it accordingly.

Otherwise this looks like a great starting point and a lot of fun.


KingGab on Purple Drank

1 week ago

I recommend you change Fiery Temper with Lightning Bolt, it's better but more expensive though. Highland Lake is good, though here's more land you might like to replace that one or basic lands : Spirebluff Canal, Sulfur Falls or Temple of Epiphany. Clone is good when your opponents get's a creature out that is stronger than you can deal with.

MagicalHacker on Court of the Black Rose

1 week ago

I would drop 2 Swamps and 2 Mountains for Temple of Epiphany, Izzet Guildgate, Swiftwater Cliffs, and Sunken Hollow. That should cover your color screw problems pretty well on a budget.

As for cards to change, I think dropping Reef Worm and Culling Dais for Grimgrin, Corpse-Born and Dictate of Erebos would be very good.

Triton on [[Primer]] Izzet a New Frontier?

3 weeks ago

Midn8 Temple of Epiphany is not Frontier legal, sadly. I didn't include an upgrade list because other than the fetchlands and Spirebluff Canal, there isn't much to upgrade. Correct me if I'm wrong if I possibly missed anything noteworthy that I excluded due to budget.

Also, as you mentioned upgrades, should I add variants, such as Jeskai, Temur and Grixis?

Thanks for the input and upvote!

Midn8 on [[Primer]] Izzet a New Frontier?

3 weeks ago

Temple of Epiphany seems like a good thing to put in the upgrade list.

Speaking of which, where is the upgrade list?

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