Witches' Eye

Witches' Eye


Equipped creature has "1, T: Scry 1." (To scry 1, look at the top card of your library, then you may put that card on the bottom of your library.)

Equip 1

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Set Rarity
Theros (THS) Uncommon

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Hero Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Pioneer Legal
MTGO Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Witches' Eye Discussion

BahamutPRME on Casual Greek Deck

7 months ago

So I'm trying to make a deck for my friend for his birthday and he likes Greek Mythology, specifically Poseidon, Hades, and Zues in this order. I'm wanting to stay in the Theros block and have 3 deck ideas but I need some advice and criticism because I don't want to make him a weak deck.

Here are what I've made:

The first one is using Heliod because I made this first and forgot there is a god that looks like zues but in MTG Heliod is the "Leader" or Highest ranking or whatever.

The second one is using Keranos and white humans so its 4 colors instead of 3.

The third one is sticking to the block and theme but also sticking to heroic and scry.

I have always been bad about including a safe amount of land in my decks so that is something i really need help with. I also wasn't sure if this was the best way to show the decks or if i should've just copy and pasted each text.

Thank you!

Greek Deck 1

Greek Deck 2

Greek Deck 3

Sorry for the long post. Wasn't sure how to do this.

Jagd_Tallgeese on Gishath, Sun's Avatar

1 year ago

You probably replace the Witches' Eye with a Lifecrafter's Bestiary since it provides an upkeep auto scry and some card advantage without having to either equip, or tap a creature. The Guilds of Ravnica set made a reprint of Chromatic Lantern so it may not too costly an alternative for the Opaline Unicorn!

Helwyrm on Official missing/incorrect card/token thread

1 year ago

in the 2018 Deckbuilder: Sram, Senior Edificer is shown as a "Dwarf Artificer" but he is a "Dwarf Advisor"

Witches' Eye is shown as "no subtype" but has "Equipment" same with Basilisk Collar

F3A5t on Prehistoric Justice 2.0

2 years ago

Not much else but Brain in a Jar - bad here. Sunset Pyramid might not be too bad but slow. Witches' Eye - slow and buts a creature out of attacking... Naya isn't much for mass top deck manipulation.

GoodLuckGuy on Grenzo, Goblin Summoner

2 years ago

Yeah, I think Heartstone is a great add. And even though I think their are many other cards that should be removed from this deck, Witches' Eye could easily go out.

Lenacius on Grenzo, Goblin Summoner

2 years ago

Oh... More nice cards! I will accept your suggestions, but for now I will only buy the main deck cards because I want to play with my friends so damn quickly.I alread have the Goblin Bombardment and Five-Alarm Fire, but the core of Grenzo, Goblin Summoner its on cast it's ability and pull the maximum amount of goblins that's possible of the deck.What do you think about Heartstone? It's a good ability considering Grenzo's. Maybe trading Witches' Eye by it's a good deal.

sonnet666 on [List] The MTG Weapons Arsenal

2 years ago

Don't stop now. I believe in you!

Spookypatootie on Witches!

2 years ago

Catalog9000, Darth_Savage I am the worst at remembering non-basic lands. Thanks! I am going to definitely root around and see if I can't drudge up some of those leechboys. I am liking Visions of Brutality for a control angle more than Nettling Curse, but... Curses! These are both going into the maybe board for some solid consideration regardless.

As for Thoughtpicker Witch and Inkfathom Witch, I think if I were to swap some things out, I'd use Thoughtpicker, because it's cheaper, I could actually get some use out of my Witches' Eye and I can force a sac if for some reason I can't get my Bubbling Cauldron out.

Thanks a bunch for the feedback!