Time Vault


Format Legality
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
MTGO Legal
Vanguard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal

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Set Rarity
Vintage Masters (VMA) Rare
Masters Edition IV (ME4) Rare
Unlimited Edition (2ED) Rare
Collector's Edition (CED) Rare
International Collector's Edition (CEI) Rare
Limited Edition Beta (LEB) Rare
Limited Edition Alpha (LEA) Rare

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Time Vault


Time Vault enters the battlefield tapped.

Time Vault doesn't untap during your untap step.

If you would begin your turn while Time Vault is tapped, you may skip that turn instead. If you do, untap Time Vault.

: Take an extra turn after this one.

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Time Vault Discussion

Deefy on I Z Z E T

2 months ago

Time Vault aint legal in commander

Hjaltrohir on Can Someone Explain Why This ...

2 months ago

I think the problem is that in EDH decks that want combos want far more efficient infinite turn combos (i.e: involving Time Sieve or Time Vault) so they have better options.

Conversely in janky decks or lower-level commander play, combos are often frowned upon for being restrictive (true) or are just not assigned the weight they are in cEDH therefore few people play them.

TLDR: Not a question of the card being bad necessarily, just needs to find the right player/playgroup to use its power-level effectively.

Boza on Is this a possible infinite ...

2 months ago

For reference - Vizier of Tumbling Sands.

Yes, this is an infinite turn combo. Almost anything that untaps a permanent is an infinite combo with Time Vault though. Kiora's Follower, Voltaic Key, Fatestitcher or even Venser, the Sojourner just to name a few.

ptownazkikr on Is this a possible infinite ...

2 months ago

Wow. Had never heard of Time Vault. Yeah, that should totally work.

elfric on Breya No-Ban

3 months ago

hey hellmo

my 2 cents: no ban is all about Time Vault.

and when thinking about brewing a deck you should think about some powerfull options to compare to.

  1. gitrog is another fast combo deck with an even better combo than in normal edh gitrog decks. fast bond as a single card engine with your commander to get into the remaining pieces zuran orb and a crucilbe variant.

  2. about storm decks: if coupled with the typical doomsday plan they become much more powerfull than for example food chain combo decks from normal edh perspective. lotus, ancestral, timewalk and academy. these define with the splashcolor what kind of position you take.

  3. example grixis kess: she features all 3 wheels, has 1 academy and exploits ancestral, walk, tinker in addition to the normal broken cards.

  4. example sultai leovold: no wheel of fortune but crop rotation for double academy. this makes all the untap cards even more broken. instead of having kess's value, leo is a beast of a hatecard. so brutal against too many decks(gitrog?thrasios?). take a look here timevaultless vintage EDH: Leo Academy and squeeze in timevault key combo plus think about fastbond and timespiral because double academy.

  5. example sultai thrasios silas: no doomsday but adnaus tinker. silas as an artifact to tinker away for either valtkey or crulible if you have fastbond. the mana can be used into thrasios to get into a big resource boost.

  6. white decks: bomberman s got 2 bombs. but zur is really slow as he doesnt exploit as good as the other storm commanders. maybe you can try ultra control with him but i dont know. stony silence and rest in peace are the best hate for shure.

  7. flash hulk: i have no experience with this but there will shurely be power too.

  8. hermit druid: same as flashhulk

  9. beware hulk and druid need a devotion in slots to combo. vault key is 2 cards!

now about your breya list nim+ altar is bad. really focus on less and exploit whats powerfull as atleast one guy every game will do something that is more broken than you might be used to from even the most cutthroat cedh sessions. dualcaster flicker thing is the same.

breya compared to those other decks. with 4 colors you might get 1 more mox but the overall manabase is not as powerfull as other variants that can exploit high tide. over kess and leo she is an infinite mana outlet and when compared to thrasios she is not hindered by leo! then there is auriok salvagers: this is what you have that they dont. really powerfull because of the doulbe lotus but also you should think about intuition and gifts ungiven for a moment.and you are the only deck that has all wheels and has angels naus.

you miss cabal ritual.

teferis protection is funny with balance but probably too cute, slow and not enough impact.

metalworker is useless here.

have fun brewing!

sylvannos on Time vault combo win

3 months ago

Additionally, Grixis Thieves and Turbo Tezz in Vintage like to run Time Vault + Voltaic Key. They have enough tutors and multiple ways to assemble the combo that make it a solid win condition. Oath is likely your best bet as it's better positioned against MUD variants.

sylvannos on Most Consistent Early Turn Win

3 months ago

I have to agree with Murpy: Academy-Belcher (or the People's Cannon) is probably the fastest deck with the most consistent turn 1 kill in any format. Although, I prefer the version which uses Land Grant (find Tropical Island so Goblin Charbelcher always kills) and Living Wish (grab Tolarian Academy out of the sideboard).

@StonedJesus: lmao kid you're not even using Tolarian Academy, Tinker, Voltaic Key, moxen, Black Lotus, or Time Vault. The fuck outta here with that tryhard casual bullshit.

enpc on Time vault combo win

3 months ago

As for a deck that actually runs it, rune scarred demon (or RSD) oath is the name of the deck. This vintage deck is specifically designed around assembling Time Vault + Voltaic Key.

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