Aetherworks Marvel

Aetherworks Marvel

Legendary Artifact

Whenever a permanent you control is put into a graveyard, you get (an energy counter).

, Pay : Look at the top six cards of your library. You may cast a card from among them without paying its mana cost. Put the rest on the bottom of your library in a random order.

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Legality

Format Legality
Duel Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Historic Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Arena Legal
Legacy Legal
Custom Legal
Casual Legal
Modern Legal
Unformat Legal
Gladiator Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Highlander Legal
Pioneer Legal
2019-10-04 Legal

Aetherworks Marvel occurrence in decks from the last year

Latest Decks as Commander

Aetherworks Marvel Discussion

Mcat1999 on Please help save this game

2 weeks ago

Yes. EDH is MTG's single largest format and Mark Rosewater has even said that he wished he could remove or dissolve the Rules Committee, as they are not employees of WOTC, rather some 3rd party Judges and managers.

Standard, one might assume, is MTG's next largest format. Apparently that title is held for Draft, which makes sense. Logistically, entering a Standard competition is difficult, costly (competitive decks rotating in and out) and difficult with schedules. However Draft is as simple as buying a few packs or a box and going at it with your friends. We use to play at Steak and Shake. We'd get off work, hit up our Walmart and go eat at Steak and Shake or Ihop. We'd crack packs, build crappy decks and go have some fun.

Standard isn't a dying format by any metric. However, in terms of profitability, Standard isn't where the moneys at. So yes, it makes economic sense to cater to the strongest (financial) formats as to attract the most buyers.

So yes, chase rares and mythics (and even uncommons and occasionally commons) are made for each set for these two format archetypes.

And yes, some colors get far more love and appreciation than others. I recall over the past year or so seemingly every single mono-black Legendary creature was given explosive praise by the YouTube community, to the point influencers would start off videos with "Yeah, it's another black creature..."

Not that many of them have actually panned out the way they were hyped up to be. Honestly most of that hype was just for easy clicks.

If you look up Standard banning history, we find something very interesting. Here's a breakdown of Standard's bannings since 2017 when the Banhammer really began hitting hard.

2017

2018

2019

2020


It's actually quite interesting that has 36.67% of all bannings in Standard and has 33.33%.

Combined into Simic or +, there are 5 total cards. Thereby making Simic+ the most "Powerful" broken color combination.



Information on ban lists: https://mtg.fandom.com/wiki/Banned_and_restricted_cards/Timeline

curmevexas on Riku of Two Reflections

6 months ago

I had a few areas of concern:

  • Am I going to have enough energy to keep things going, or am I going to feel energy-starved when my big threats hit the table? Aethersquall Ancient, Aetherwind Basker, Aetherworks Marvel
  • Is it going to feel like an energy deck or did I cut too many cards for that to still feel like an integral theme?
  • Is my removal, ramp, card draw, finishers etc. balanced, or do I have some glaring weaknesses?
  • How's the power level/synergy?
  • Does anything need to be added/changed/removed?
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