Beacon of Immortality

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

Beacon of Immortality


Double target player's life total. Shuffle Beacon of Immortality into its owner's library.

seshiro_of_the_orochi on Impactful Lifegain to improve black …

2 months ago

Beacon of Immortality and Sanguine Sacrament are pretty strong. Aetherflux Reservoir is obviously powerful. Teysa is a prime target for Witch's Cottage. And never underestimate a well-timed Inkshield with some Soul Warden or Soul's Attendant (both of which you should absolutely add if you haven't yet).

paperNplastic on Vampire: The Dark Ages

2 months ago

Hey aekrusty what would you take out for that combo and do you feel that other cards that feed into that combo are worth looking into such as Vito, Thorn of the Dusk Rose, Defiant Bloodlord, and Beacon of Immortality?

Polaris on Tainted Remedy and Beacon of …

4 months ago

Yes. Any time an effect sets a player's life total to a new amount, that player gains or loses the appropriate amount of life. Beacon of Immortality results in gaining life. For another example, Sorin Markov's -3 ability will cause them to gain or lose life to make their life total 10.

Tainted Remedy will therefore apply as you said here, making a kill combo with Beacon of Immortality.

hiddengibbons on Tainted Remedy and Beacon of …

4 months ago

Having read the rules text, I’m of the understanding that Beacon of Immortality counts as life gain. But if you used it on an opponent with Tainted Remedy out, the opponent’s life total would be reduced to 0?

legendofa on I bring Life... but the life is cursed...

5 months ago

tek357 One of the Oracle rulings on Beacon of Immortality says that it counts as life gain or loss.

7/15/2007 Beacon of Immortality’s effect counts as life gain (or life loss, if the life total was negative) for effects that trigger on or replace life gain (or life loss).

So go ahead and throw it into your deck.

tek357 on I bring Life... but the life is cursed...

5 months ago

I've been looking at combos with Tainted Remedy lately to counter a life gain deck and unfortunately I'm pretty confident the combo with Beacon of Immortality doesn't work because it just says to "double" their life and not "gain" - if you know otherwise, I'd love to hear, but I avoided that card because of that exactly (-:

Fuzzy003 on Tainted Love

7 months ago

Surprised no one has mentioned Beacon of Immortality. Combined with Tainted Remedy that kills someone at instant speed...

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