Conspiracy

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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
Premodern Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Conspiracy

Enchantment

As Conspiracy enters the battlefield, choose a creature type.

Creatures you control are the chosen type. The same is true for creature spells you control and creature cards you own that aren't on the battlefield.

Belfore on Endrek Sahr - Saccy Saccy $5?

6 days ago

No Conspiracy for letting your commander run a bit more wild if need be?

Rhadamanthus on Yavimaya, Cradle of Growth

4 months ago

Some more detail behind the answer: When an effect mentions a permanent type or subtype ("creature", "land", "elf", "equipment" etc.) without specifically saying something like "card in [a zone]" then it only means permanents of that type on the battlefield. In order for Yavimaya, Cradle of Growth to affect land cards in other zones, it would have to be written in a similar way to what Conspiracy says for creatures.

ToastedBagl on The Saga of Tom Bombadil

4 months ago

Arcane Adaptation could turn your praetors into gods to fetch them with The World Tree. Same with Conspiracy.

Resurgent Belief would add an endgame opponents would be afraid of.

Aether Snap would reset your saga counters.

Cleansing Meditation would be helpful in the mirror or just generally helpful against enchantments.

Quickspell on Does this creature retain its …

5 months ago
  1. I have Clavileno, First of the Blessed on the battlefield.
  2. I also have Conspiracy on the battlefield, choosing Vampire.
  3. I take control of an opponent’s non-Vampire creature (somehow).
  4. I attack with that creature that is a Vampire under my control due to Conspiracy.
  5. Clavileno triggers, making that creature a demon and giving it a death-trigger-ability.
  6. My opponent regains control of that creature.

Not being under my control anymore, that creature is not a vampire anymore. Is it still a demon, and does it still have the gained death-trigger-ability?

If yes, and if it dies, do who draws the card and creates the token? I guess my opponent, is correct?

Gidgetimer on Can I play creatures with …

1 year ago

In case anyone else missed it the "new rules change" is eratta to Haakon. The second ability used to say "you may play knight cards" instead of "you may cast knight spells".

Conspiracy will still work with Haakon since it changes the creature type of creature spells as well as creature cards in the graveyard. Ashes no longer works because the spell is not a Knight spell.

Donvier on Can I play creatures with …

1 year ago

I've heard of a new rules change with Haakon, Stromgald Scourge and Ashes of the Fallen which I don't totally understand but does this mean that Conspiracy doesn't work anymore either? To specify the idea is to play either type changing card and choose the Knight creature type to play any creature from my graveyard.

Just building a Hakkon EDH deck now and I'm quite sad about the idea that Maskwood Nexus is the only card in the game that can let me type change to make it work.

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