Amulet of Vigor

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy 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
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Amulet of Vigor


Whenever a permanent enters the battlefield tapped and under your control, untap it.

Stardragon on Untap lands?

1 month ago

I'm looking for cards that let tap lands enter untapped Amulet of Vigor Tiller Engine and Archelos, Lagoon Mystic are all I can think of of you guys have any others pls let me I'm building a budget 5 color god deck for my nephew

Joker4242 on Day's Recasting

2 months ago

Changed my sideboard up a bit. Added a couple more islands against decks that have BloodMoon. It also just helps fix my mana for cards like Archmage's Charm.

Added a couple more Blast Zones. I played against amulet titan. The lands are very good at killing Amulet of Vigor. I'm also keeping Field of Ruin, again because deck's like amulet titan contain many special lands. It also can destroy other cheap cards in other decks, such as Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer.

Subtlety is a response to more creature heavy decks and can replace Force of Negation. Subtlety is good, but it offers several problems in the main deck: for one, it cannot be recast with Snapcaster Mage, for another, it does not deal with a threat permanently. Lastly, it cannot be searched up by cards like Narset, Parter of Veils. The upside of course is that it deals with early threats and has a significant body for dealing damage. Better in the sideboard for this deck, at least for now.

I am still a few cards short. I am happy to receive suggestions. I feel like my deck is pretty good against aggro decks for the time being. It is mostly fast combo decks that can be difficult to deal with.

nbarry223 on Viga-BOOM!

3 months ago

Also, if I end up cutting Scapeshift, some of the additional value I get from running both haste enabling lands is diminished. I’ve grown to like running both (again) as it really does enable a lot of winning lines. I almost wish I could run a larger deck without minimizing my Amulet of Vigor openers in all honesty, there’s so many great utility cards the deck wants to play, but I really want the explosive openers. There’s plenty of replacement options for the “categeries” of cards, aside from Amulet of Vigor so we can scale up everywhere but there.

Scapeshift is also dependent upon running Cultivator Colossus to be anywhere worth it as well, so some small changes may end up making large ripple effects.

It’s also funny how I changed the deck to be pretty far from this iteration - but it slowly transitioned back.

iMechanic on Rutstein Raz Reanimator (cEDH PRIMER)

4 months ago

What's your opinion on adding World Shaper and Amulet of Vigor

Icbrgr on Modern Benevolence

6 months ago

@Dani3377 I think Declaration in Stone is more of a sideboard card if anything and in order to justify Planar Disruption in Modern you would need some sort of "enchantments matter" theme to your decks gameplan. Make no mistake I dont think either of these are bad cards though.

From the hip the reasons I see why Prismatic Ending is preferred over Planar Disruption is it has a wider range of targets; Ending is PERMANANT universal extra removal. 3 CMC/MV can hit a lot of relevant targets it can hit Chalice of the Void, can hit Amulet of Vigor, can hit Wrenn and Six/Tarmogoyf can hit Teferi, Time Raveler/Heliod, Sun-Crowned ect. ect. and not everything in these mana value slots need to attack or be activated... vs Planar Disruption something the opponent can get back if they have enchantment removal and hits less things... kinda like pro and con to Leyline Binding very easy to essentially have instant speed removal for almost everything but if the opponent has enchantment removal then it can just feel bad if you really needed it gone... not a perfect card but objectively a Modern staple even pushing out Path to Exile to being a sideboard card for many decks because of its versatility.

nbarry223 on Viga-BOOM!

6 months ago

I’m actually strongly considering Gretchen Titchwillow + Eldritch Evolution.

The singleton Gretchen Titchwillow would allow us to draw our whole deck with 2x Amulet of Vigor and Eldritch Evolution would allow us to find that piece with any creature.

I’m still trying to figure out if it is worth it, since the deck’s numbers are pretty statistically solid right now. It’s a fairly dead card without 2 amulets, so it is very close to the realm of win-more.

wallisface on competitive cards vs casual cards

6 months ago

What seshiro_of_the_orochi said is correct, but just to extrapolate on that:

  • individual cards aren’t “competitive” on their own. Amulet of Vigor, Murktide Regent, Stoneforge Mystic etc are all undeniably strong cards in decks we typically see them, bit their “competitiveness” is dictated entirely by the other cards in the deck and whether they have the support they need. Even cards that are seen of as “generically good” don’t show up in every top-tier deck that can support them (example being no Solitude in Modern Hammer Time).

  • a decks competitiveness is also dictated by the meta it’s running in. The highest-tiered Burn deck would be completely uncompetitive in a world of Lifegain decks, and the strongest-possible Tron deck would completely suck in a world of land-destruction and/or Mill.

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