Temple of Epiphany

Legality

Format Legality
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Hero Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Heirloom Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
MTGO Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Duel Decks: Elves vs. Inventors (DDU) None
Journey into Nyx (JOU) Rare

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Temple of Epiphany

Land

Temple of Epiphany enters the battlefield tapped.

When Temple of Epiphany enters the battlefield, scry 1. (Look at the top card of your library. You may put that card on the bottom of your library.)

: Add or to your mana pool.

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Temple of Epiphany Discussion

cdkime on Rank these lands...

1 month ago
  1. Way, way too powerful. Even if it can't be fetched and has the legendary limit, this is free colour fixing in the most important stages of the game.

  2. I kind of like this one--I would probably never use it in a constructed format, but it seems decent enough for emergency fixing in limited, and its ability to be fetched means it might see some use in budget commander. Since limited is where it might shine, be sure to include artifacts/spells that care about fetching specific land types (i.e. cards like Everbark Shaman).

  3. I think this is unplayable--giving your opponent a card is far too large a detriment for colour fixing. This is particularly true in limited, where the 40-card deck size means you have an increased chance of drawing something nifty. Perhaps instead, your opponent gets to scry one (sort of like a reverse Temple of Epiphany). I'd still be highly skeptical about playing it, but that would make it a bit more balanced.

  4. I agree with what others have said--drawing a card is far too powerful.

If you're looking for more inspiration, consider the Future Sight duel lands. Nimbus Maze, Grove of the Burnwillows, Horizon Canopy, and River of Tears all need to have their cycles completed.

F3A5t on Mizzix, Spellslinging Shenanigans

1 month ago

You should look into getting some of the cheaper color fixing lands such as Shivan Reef and Temple of Epiphany. Both were reprinted in the last duel deck.

As for lands that will help your collection you can invest in City of Brass, Mana Confluence, Ash Barrens, Boseiju, Who Shelters All, Cascade Bluffs, Maze of Ith, Myriad Landscape, Reflecting Pool, Riptide Laboratory, and Tarnished Citadel

Icbrgr on Forged Future

2 months ago

I can get behind Master of Waves or Grand Architect. The power boost effect is nice and both have there own spin off of additional benefits. good suggestions!

Spreading Seas is easy enough to mainboad... possibly just replace Augury Owl...Despite the crazy amount of scry i am hesitant to put in any ETB tapped lands.... when i first started building decks i thought things like Halimar Depths and scry lands like Temple of Epiphany were the best things ever until i realized i was actually losing games from casting that much slower... but i think your right that a single copy of Halimar Depths wouldnt be back breaking and offset replacing Augury Owl with Spreading Seas.

Derpingotter on Modern UR Delver Burning Vengeance

2 months ago

You said that you were worried about the mana base, Temple of Epiphany would be great for you because you don't have a turn 1.

Delta-117 on The Izzet Guild

3 months ago

I almost forgot Ral Zarek.

More include: Indomitable Creativity, Clout of the Dominus, Mindwrack Liege, Steam Vents, Desolate Lighthouse, Epic Experiment, Chandra, Pyromaster (this one was my first planeswalker ever opened), Temple of Epiphany, Stitch in Time, and Mizzium Mortar.

(Note It wasnt letting me suggest these cards, because of, ... is not legal in unknown.

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