Aerie Ouphes

Aerie Ouphes

Creature — Ouphe

Sacrifice Aerie Ouphes: Aerie Ouphes deals damage equal to its power to target creature with flying.

Persist (When this creature is put into a graveyard from play, if it had no -1/-1 counters on it, return it to play under its owner's control with a -1/-1 counter on it.)

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Set Rarity
Eventide (EVE) Common

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Modern Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Pauper Legal
Casual Legal
Noble Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Unformat Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Leviathan Legal

Aerie Ouphes Discussion

Avlex on Pauper EDH Slimefoot

2 months ago

Aerie Ouphes can be sacced infinitely, the Ivy Lane Denizen can give the persisted instance a +1/+1 counter, which will cancel out the -1/-1 counter. Rinse and repeat.

Hi_diddly_ho_neighbor on Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mushroom

8 months ago

Thanks for the comment Byuante.

So this deck isn't really about attacking, which is why I have left out some of the more obvious finishers like Overwhelming Stampede and Craterhoof Behemoth . Though adding in one mass pump spell isn't a bad idea if my primary win-con fails.

Speaking of which, Furystoke Giant and Aerie Ouphes are part of this deck's win condition. This deck is all about using the persist mechanic to go infinite. Each creature with persist creates an infinite loop with a free sac outlet and either Grumgully, the Generous or Melira, Sylvok Outcast on the battlefield. I run all of the persist creatures simply because there aren't many of them to begin with.

Add in any of Purphoros, God of the Forge , Impact Tremors , Altar of Dementia , Blasting Station , Warstorm Surge , or Stalking Vengeance to close out the game. Though now that I see all of the finishers listed next to one another, I may cut Stalking Vengeance or Warstorm Surge . 6 payoffs is likely too many.

Woodfall Primus is a special case because it is both the best persist creature, and yet due to its ability, it is the worst for the combo. It can't go infinite because it must destroy a noncreature permanent. That means it will eventually have to start targeting my own things. I almost left it out of the deck because it basically reads: "your opponent's can't play for the rest of the game". However, it is just a very good card on it's own so I left it in the deck.

You are totally right about Phyrexian Altar , sadly I only own one right now and it is already in another deck. Spawning Pit is currently filling it's role.

Broken Bond is an interesting card that I really should try out. I always see it, but because it's sorcery speed I have never tried it. Plus it's another card that deals with Torpor Orb which automatically makes it something to consider.

Decisive on Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mushroom

8 months ago

I don't know if you have a budget, so hopefully these card's seem reasonable

Phyrexian Altar - Always nice having another sac outlet

Keeper of Fables - Another non-human benefiting card

Craterhoof Behemoth - A good finisher

Overwhelming Stampede - Another one

Triumph of the Hordes - Just a suggestion...note: I am not responsible for lost friends if you play this card XD

Broken Bond - Removal and ramp

In terms of things that are a bit lackluster:

Woodfall Primus - I, personally, don't think this is that good of a card, it just seems so expensive for removal

Furystoke Giant - Seems bad

Aerie Ouphes - Seems limited in its scope

Regrowth - You have Eternal Witness, maybe a bit redundant?

Spawning Pit - Depending on your personal experience, this might be a bad use of a sac outlet. Up to you

Hope this helps in some way!

lagotripha on Grisly Graverobbers 2.0

9 months ago

Nice list, should be fun for casual play. I'd look at mechanics like morbid Tragic Slip , Scavenge Slitherhead , unearth Extractor Demon , and 'classic' sacrifice effect creatures like Spore Frog or Bottle Gnomes / Brindle Boar . Stag is currently your only way to deal with flying creatures, so something like Aerie Ouphes would likely help.

Past that, relax and build something to be fun with your playgroup. Good casual games aren't about consistancy (uneless its consistant fun), they are about creating fun memories and flashing in Gluttonous Slime in response to living end.

KayneMarco on All Bow Before the True Queen

1 year ago

Since it looks like the deck is semi-budget I won’t suggest anything overly price but one card to start out with to add a tad more speed would be Ancient Tomb and it won’t exactly break the bank. Here’s a few cards that would combo off of Mikaeus quite nicely

  • Woodfall Primus with a way to continually sac him you could wipe out your opponents boardstates.
  • Aerie Ouphes will take out all opponents flying critters.
  • Cauldron of Souls to give any or all your critters persist to survive an opponents board wipe or for whenever you sac one of your own critters for an effect such as your caustic caterpillar.

If you like any of these cards I can’t offer any help as to what to remove for them because it seems you have this deck fairly streamlined as it is right now. If anything it would be a couple creatures but I’m sure they all serve a purpose in this deck right now.

KayneMarco on The Great Combo Alliance

1 year ago

Here’s a few card ideas to bounce around your head:

Etoilebane on Mazirek, Kraul Death Priest: Counters and tokens!!

2 years ago

With a bit of proper layering, Mazirek really likes Aerie Ouphes

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