Bring to Light

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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

Bring to Light


Converge — Search your library for a creature, instant or sorcery card with converted mana cost/mana value less than or equal to the number of colours of mana spent to cast this spell, exile that card, then shuffle your library. You may cast that card without paying its mana cost.

lagotripha on Party! Party! Party!

1 month ago

Party is such a neat mechanic. I feel like its so close to becoming a changeling/human tribal setup, but a lot of the key cards just don't quite mesh - the lack of synergy between Mirror Entity and archpriest, the lack of a great Shapesharer combo - its all so close to meshing.

I feel like this list is pretty close to optimal from a creatures standpoint, but the spells can likely be tweaked.

Coveted Prize's Bring to Light impression means you could have a really powerful 'search cmc4 nuke', but the low to the ground creature style means that whatever spell you're looking for has to not brick. Grabbing a Blade Historian or Yawgmoth, Thran Physician sounds great, but ideally it'd be something with a mode that helps keep the party on the battlefield the rest of the time. There are a lot of cmc4 wizards, warriors and clerics and general good stuff spells out there to try, so best of luck with the brew.

DreadKhan on Blackstar (Yo pumpkin head)

2 months ago

ted1 this is my Reaper King deck, it might have some ideas you could use in your build. Over something like Diabolic Tutor I prefer stuff like Bring to Light and Wargate that put what I need into play, or that will find either Maskwood Nexus or The World Tree, and the deck runs a fair bit of ramp to try to rush to the 11 mana I need to cheat in a game ending army. This deck is built around making very big plays, so it likes The World Tree and Rite of Replication a great deal, because that can turn into 25 Reaper King triggers if you target Reaper King, which is frankly absurd. I am thinking of throwing in some higher budget tutors, but there is a big difference I'd argue between Diabolic Tutor and Demonic Tutor, double the mana is pretty harsh when you could just run Bright to Light, but at least Demonic Tutor can find anything at 1B, even just finding The World Tree for fixing.

DemonDragonJ on Double Masters 2022 Predictions and …

2 months ago

The first cards from this set have been revealed! Thus far, I am pleased; Bring to Light is worth less than a dollar, but not every card in the set can be expensive, and the others are very nice.

The alternate artwork for Kozilek is very impressive, and definitely worthy of portraying a cosmic horror, in my mind.

BrassLord on Hippo Buddies Ideas

6 months ago

Update: More playtesting after trading for a lot of cards! The deck is actually coming along pretty nicely! Primer to be released sometime soon! Bring to Light is a powerhouse of a card! added in city of brass and the like to help produce some colors outside of our identity for even more flexibility! While not necessarily nice, Enchanted Evening plus Calming Verse may as well be another "wincon," as I've had opponents scoop almost every time it goes off. In every game I played Dryad Arbor, it was promptly destroyed and set my already slow deck back a turn. Taking it out to make room for some other lands. Also found the gem Peacekeeper at local game store. It comes into play with a HUGE target on it's back, but it's ability has saved me a few times, or stalled long enough to get a "winning" combo in play. BTW huge Nonbo... Enchanted Evening plus Starfield of Nyx is a one sided Armageddon... still looking for the Opalescence to avoid this haha! Also, using slowpokes as hippo tokens is an AWESOME idea that I borrowed/stole! Trying to find fun friendly zombie tokes for the field of dead

RNR_Gaming on Mazes End and what

9 months ago

Assuming you're going with a land based deck anyways landfall creatures that generate value are a fairly easy add on and with all the reprints lately everything is relatively affordable.

Scute Swarm - is one of my favorite new cards. Death by insects

Omnath, Locus of Rage - is a decent curve topper and if left alone can provide enough pressure to close out the game in most cases

Rampaging Baloths - same idea as pretty much anything else. Solid body and with 2 or 3 more land drops barring a wrath you should be closing out the game

Phylath, World Sculptor - I'm assuming you'll run some number of basics but this guy is kinda like Avenger of Zendikar but a legendary fixed version of it

Felidar Retreat - death by cats is always fun

Emeria Angel - death by birds

Ob Nixilis, the Fallen - death by demon

Lots of land and a Scapeshift or a Bring to Light into anything listed above will probably provide you enough value to win the game - you could also go the big mana route with Exsanguinate or Torment of Hailfire

king-saproling on Hippo Buddies Ideas

9 months ago

Ooo Keruga as the companion is a great idea!

I think having less lands than normal is a bad suggestion, in fact since Phelddagrif is a mana sink it doesn't hurt to run extra lands. Even if you get flooded with lands, you can at least pay into Phelddagrif. Since your curve will be high due to Keruga's restriction, I think 40 lands would be best. I agree that including a bunch of 3-cmc ramp pieces is a good idea though.

These might be useful for assembling your unique combos: Bring to Light, Supply / Demand, Drift of Phantasms, Plea for Guidance

Seems like you have a lot in mind here! Can't wait to see the finished list

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