Walking Archive

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful 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
Dissension (DIS) Rare

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Walking Archive

Artifact Creature — Golem

Defender (This creature can't attack.)

Walking Archive enters the battlefield with a +1/+1 counter on it.

At the beginning of each player's upkeep, that player draws a card for each +1/+1 counter on Walking Archive.

(2)(White)(Blue): Put a +1/+1 counter on Walking Archive.

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Walking Archive Discussion

Iamme10000 on Gwafa Hazid, The Cheap Way To Be Political! (~$15)

2 weeks ago

I've always loved political EDH decks in the abstract, though I've never actually played one. Maybe I'll try this one as a cheap way to get started.

If your wincon is mill prosperity, one card I'd suggest is Walking Archive. Maybe that's a bit too overt, but it's a solid blocker and a decent group hug effect. If you ramp it up enough, it can even mill people out in a few turns.

kamelyan on Hugging to Death

1 month ago

I like the combo of Walking Archive and Forgotten Ancient, and Aurification says "I'm just helping, so don't attack me; but if you do, make it count."

KIngWiggins on W: Super Long Updated List ...

6 months ago

I have a large amount of new additions for wants, so I have updated again after some trades. Looking to work on/finish 3 EDH Projects. Here is what I need most.

I would also like to say I may be willing to work out a trade for Karn if anyone wants to work out a deal for ~$55 worth of cards off Star City, Card Kingdom, or TCG Player, but that's another story, Otherwise I can look at binders.

For Superfriends:
Garruk, Apex Predator
Gideon, Champion of Justice
Venser, the Sojourner (SOM Preferred, likely will take either)
Ramos, Dragon Engine
Captain Sisay
Fetches/Shocks (Filler if needed)

For Edgar EDH:
Plenty of other Vamps, just ask/I will look through binders

For Phelddagrif Group EDH:
Phelddagrif
Dakra Mystic
Edric, Spymaster of Trest
Indentured Djinn
Questing Phelddagrif
Shizuko, Caller of Autumn
Walking Archive
Windborn Muse

Eladamri's Vineyard
Rites of Flourishing
Teferi's Moat
Unifying Theory
Vow of Flight
Vow of Wildness

New Frontiers
Sylvan Offering
Temporary Truce

Adarkar Wastes
Treva's Ruins

Super Updated Binder

strongwalker on Combo creatures with counters

11 months ago

I actually did win with Walking Archive at FNM last week! My 4 opponents weren't familiar with the Fathom Mage+Horizon Chimera+Archangel of Thune combo so I Chord of Callinged it together right before my turn. I should have left enough cards in my library to use Sage of Hours and win via combat, but I forgot. Next best plan: mill! Sort of.

RUST-O on

11 months ago

Ok so just a couple more suggestions. But theyre all cheap ones.

Keeper of Keys, Protector of the Crown, Walking Archive, Temple Bell

DeepbloodEclipse on Size Matters

11 months ago

I'd rather not add Garruk, I get his usefulness because I am working on another mono green with Nissa, Worldwaker and Omnath, Locus of Mana and that same Garruk inside of it, but this deck starts to get too convoluted at this point. The ramp seems to be just fine with the Arbor Elf and Utopia Sprawl, any more mana beyond that becomes obsolete. Walking Archive I'll put under consideration, I'm, afraid of going up against mill decks with it tho, because I'll just be helping along with the milling.

The_Lost_Primarch on Size Matters

11 months ago

Excuse my second paragraph there. What I mean to say is that you won't be able to play any more of your spells, whether strategically or for defensive purposes. That means you can't cast Lead by Example or any other expensive spells until the next turn.

Walking Archive might be good here, if you want to keep drawing cards to keep up the pace of the deck, at the cost of giving your opponent more cards.

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