Thousand-Year Elixir


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
Commander Anthology (CMT) Rare
Commander 2013 (C13) Rare
Lorwyn (LRW) Rare

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Thousand-Year Elixir


You may play the activated abilities of creatures you control as though those creatures had haste.

, : Untap target creature.

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Thousand-Year Elixir Discussion

Feyamius on Ertai, the Controlly

5 days ago

Oh, I don't want to wait a whole turn to counter stuff with Ertai, so I run Swiftfoot Boots (not Lightning Greaves, I have to be able to target Ertai too much) and of course Thousand-Year Elixir, that can untap him once in addition.

Emzed on Rosheen, Hydra-calling Pyromancer

6 days ago

I think Generator Servant could be great in your deck as it can enable some powerful starts: Either use it play your commander with haste, or create an even bigger hydra and haste it up.
Somberwald Sage would probably also be amazing, since it can also help pump out huge fatties really quickly.
A couple of cards that can untap your commander might be another good idea: Thousand-Year Elixir,Quirion Ranger or Seeker of Skybreak are options.

ProbablyImprobable on Undead Milling Co.

2 weeks ago

Barsan, Consuming Aberration isn't a Zombie, and through testing I discovered that having it die due to a Kozilek or Ulamog shuffle is no fun. Intruder Alarm kills the deck if I don't get good draws. Never tried Sewer Nemesis or Thousand-Year Elixir, but I intend to sometime. Thanks!

Barsan on Undead Milling Co.

2 weeks ago

I feel like Consuming Aberration and Sewer Nemesis belong in any Phenax deck. Intruder Alarm and Thousand-Year Elixir might be useful additions as well.

Barsan on Consume: by Phenax

2 weeks ago

The main problem I see with Keening Stone is the mana cost. Even if I don't activate on the first turn 5 per activation is a little steep and on most turns that would take up most of my mana. Comparatively, Sewer Nemesis and Consuming Aberration provide additional mill via abilities, can usually block creatures of any power as soon as they hit and are free to activate after the initial investment. Also I can untap them with Umbral Mantle or Thousand-Year Elixir

Barsan on Phenax Milling away your budget

2 weeks ago

I think budget is the weakest archetype in magic. This does look a lot like my Phenax deck in it's earliest form.

If you want to keep it budget and still improve millpower consider Sands of Time, Eater of the Dead, Grimoire Thief, Xathrid Gorgon, and Surgespanner.

Also Thousand-Year Elixir keeps creeping up in price but it belongs and Mirage Mirror can copy a fresh creature after it's sat on the field for a turn as a less vulnerable artifact. Also Dimir Doppelganger can do something similar and it offers a solution to opponents running Eldrazi reshufflers

And Necrotic Ooze... Always Necrotic Ooze.

Treehugger003 on The Glory of Selesnya

2 weeks ago

Have you looked at the myriad creatures? Herald of the Host, Caller of the Pack, Blade of Selves in general the tokens created using the myriad trigger get exiled at the end of combat. However, tokens created seperately, for example using Rhys' ability will remain forever.

There are cards that can untap Rhys for more doubling Thousand-Year Elixir.

Curse of Bounty may also work well for a token deck.

Mirri, Weatherlight Duelist also shows promise in a token deck.


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