Aetherspouts

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Legality

Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Vintage Legal

Aetherspouts

Instant

For each attacking creature, its owner puts it on the top or bottom of their library.

Dragaan on The One Drop Zoo

1 month ago

also unsure why Guttural Response? Is being able to cast it off a basic mountain (and I guess protection from something like an overloaded Cyclonic Rift or an Aetherspouts..) worth using it over Veil of Summer?

Rivel on Necromancin' Dancin'

3 months ago

I never got around to buying the cards needed for this deck. I was worried it was not good enough and put this project on the back burner in case I changed my mind. Now today, after reviewing the deck, I decided that I did not have enough interaction and that some cards still feel a bit too expensive or slow. These changes should hopefully help rectify those issues.

Previous changes: -1. Aetherspouts - replaced with Noxious Ghoul. I determined that Noxious Ghoul did not have enough impact for its mana cost. Instead I shall be using Counterspell. -2. Eater of Hope - replaced with Corpse Harvester. I determined that Corpse Harvester was too expensive and too slow to make an impact, seeing as it needs to survive an entire turn in order to be used. I really liked it, but my deck needs more interaction. Instead I shall be using Arcane Denial.

Additional precon card swaps: 1. Gravespawn Sovereign - replaced with Negate. 2. Ravenous Rotbelly - replaced with Dispel. 3. Army of the Damned - replaced with Unwind This spell really hurt me to remove as I love it very much. Just too expensive and slow. 4. Dread Summons - replaced with Reality Shift. 5. Curse of the Restless Dead - replaced with Thought Vessel. 6. Swamp - replaced with Reliquary Tower (already owned one, figured, why not?)

420MensRightsActivist on Does he kill himself defending …

5 months ago

the stack always goes top to bottom, not bottom to top. Aetherspouts would go onto the stack first (putting it on bottom) then ruric thar, then the 1 point of life gain. so when the stack resolves, the 1 point of life gain will be on top and resolve first.

Parshall on Does he kill himself defending …

5 months ago

EDH Game: My commander is Ruric Thar, the Unbowed and he is in play without summoning sickness.

I attack my opponent with 6 life, he has no creatures in play, but he has an Aetherflux Reservoir.

He plays Aetherspouts after I declare my attackers.

According to him, the stack goes from bottom to top: Aetherspouts, Ruric Thar's 6 damage to him, his 1 life gained from the reservoir.

He says he lives through the turn with 1 life.

Is he correct? Is this stack order correct? Next turn he played an isochron scepter with dramatic reversal and went infinite...

Potosyntesis on Lots of Clues

5 months ago

Into the Roil, Druid's Deliverance and Sundering Growth seems to be a good fit for sideboard, I think counters should be sorted with Metallic Rebuke and Disallow in the main board, however the cost effectiveness of AEtherize and Aetherspouts dont really fit

Thornaz on Lots of Clues

5 months ago

Druid's Deliverance can stop you from taking damage and increase your clue tokens Sundering Growth can get rid of enchantments or artifacts and increase clue tokens Anticognition&Cancel are counters AEtherize&Aetherspouts&Into the Roil will send boards back to the owners hand

DreadKhan on Budget Talrand EDH

6 months ago

You might take a look at Treasure Cruise and Dig Through Time, both are potentially very strong on a budget. Two cards I like that are budget atm I think are Aetherspouts and AEtherize, you might not need both but one is a pretty nasty surprise for an aggro deck. Abjure is a nice counter for Talrand decks, to counter a spell and sacrifice a replaceable Drake is pretty nice. Saw it Coming and Wizard's Retort are also good counters to look at. I love seeing Talrand decks built on a budget, Talrand is a very solid budget option, and lots of fun to play!

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