Aurification

Aurification

Enchantment

Whenever a creature deals damage to you, put a gold counter on it.

Each creature with a gold counter on it has defender. (Those creatures can't attack.)

When Aurification leaves the battlefield, remove all gold counters from all creatures.

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Aurification Discussion

rdean14 on Card creation challenge

1 month ago

I think it works really well with her powers as someone who sees and alters fates. I'd like to see a card, preferrably a commander, with a unique built-in pillowfort method.

Current methods or deterrence:

Full Protection: Blazing Archon, Peacekeeper, and Glacial Chasm

Conditional Protection: Arboria, Elephant Grass

(Mana) Tax effects: Ghostly Prison, Propaganda, Archangel of Tithes, Archon of Absolution, Forbidding Spirit, Elephant Grass, Windborn Muse, Baird, Steward of Argive, and War Tax (My favorite, I love the politics!)

Other costs: Norn's Annex, Reclamation, Flooded Woodlands

Hurt the attacking creature: Barbed Foliage, Briar Patch, Sarkhan the Masterless, Lightmine Field, and Lost in the Woods

Hurt the attacking player: Revenge of Ravens, Hissing Miasma, Blood Reckoning, Marchesa's Decree, Riddlekeeper? (Is this even a downside? It's not a cost, per the rules.)

Protect/Help you, the defending player: Revenge of Ravens, Righteous Cause, Orim's Prayer, Isperia, Supreme Judge, Search the Premises, Thantis, the Warweaver, Slumbering Dragon

I don't count Aurification-style effects, as the damage was already dealt.

Advisor on Marchesa, Political Queen of Pillows

1 month ago

I run a Shadrix Silverquill deck like this. One card I find fun is Aurification . We have an aggressive Kaalia player at my LGS. She tends to avoid me during gameplay because of this card… Granted it can get removed and reset everything, but it’s seldom seen and does the job.

DragonChampions on Estrid Enchantress Combo

3 months ago

I would swap out Aurification only due to your Solemnity package.

Darkshadow9 on Walls with teeth

3 months ago

I‘m really surprised nobody has yet mentioned that High Alert and Axebane Guardian give infinite mana when having 4 other walls on the field. So definitely no need for the Staff of Domination . Which is why Villainous Wealth and Genesis Wave are missing here.

Also, I think it would be really funny and add some more flavor to add Aurification (even though it’s not a good card) making your opponents creatures to walls which can’t attack while yours can...

In case anyone cares, this is my attempt on a wall deck: Budget Walls

SufferFromEDHD on Sevinne's Spellslinger Showdown/Up

7 months ago

Just checking in. Your deck looks great for a budget list. I don't think you need duals but Reflecting Pool is a personal favorite for any deck 3+ colors.

Do you like Kykar in the list? Is the spirit mana useful?

Lithoform Engine is something I've been looking to make room for in my list.

More possible prison solutions: Blind Obedience , Aurification

ghostfire86 on Tuvasa, War’s Attrition

9 months ago

Aurification is great, but the prospect of taking damage to gain benefit isn’t what I want. It’s a temporary deterrent for most decks.

Court of Grace is nice for the monarch. My only reason for not running it is that it’s just one token on each of my upkeeps. If it were on each upkeep, then itd be a different story, but doesn’t off 20K tokens in a turn to swing with

November 27, 2020 4:15 p.m.

ghostfire86 on Tuvasa, War’s Attrition

9 months ago

Aurification is great for those that wish to run Solemnity combos. I didn’t go that route although there are some really strong combinations to abuse.

Court of Grace is nice for the monarch. My only reason for not running it is that it’s just one token on each of my upkeeps. If it were on each upkeep, then itd be a different story, but doesn’t off 20K tokens in a turn to swing with

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