Deadeye Navigator

Creature — Spirit

Soulbond (You may pair this creature with another unpaired creature when either enters the battlefield. They remain paired for as long as you control both of them.)

As long as Deadeye Navigator is paired with another creature, both creatures have ": Exile this creature, then return it to the battlefield under your control."

Sandwitcher on A Monster’s Guide to Volo [Primer]

2 days ago

Deadeye Navigator is doing the trick for me.

Gidgetimer on Double dragons

4 days ago

I would drop 3 lands and add in some mix of Talismans and signets.

In a deck with high-impact high mana cost creatures I think Clone effects are good. In this deck in particular Spark Double does a lot since you can conceivably cast it copying Miirym getting two non-legendary Miiryms and then each dragon that enters gives you 3 copies of it. I am also a fan of Deadeye Navigator in Miirym decks since you can make an additional copy of one of your dragons for

aantosh on Roon To Grow

1 month ago

I use to run a Roon bounce house back when Sylvan Primordial was still legal in commander.

My engines were

Venser, the Sojourner / Deadeye Navigator / Restoration Angel / Conjurer's Closet

I would blink cards like Stonehorn Dignitary and Coiling Oracle

You're looking for strong ETB triggers like Reflector Mage and recursion like the cards mentioned above or creatures like Temur Sabertooth

This is a high synergy for value deck, and it can be a ton of fun to play.

AceDallenbach on You Can't Flicker Your Friend's Nose

2 months ago

Deadeye Navigator comes to mind. It isn’t cheap but it really does offer a ton of versatility with flicker and enter the battlefield effects.

NTakamura on Advice for protection for izzet …

2 months ago

I have a Dragon tribal deck that has Renari, Merchant of Marvels and Dragon Cultist as my commander and background. I recently played a few games with it and once I had 2 dragons they became a target. I know this is what comes with big creatures. So my question is what are some way to protect them? The deck theme is around casting dragons at instant speed and blinking them for extra value. I can see the blinking as somewhat of Protection. But so fat I have; Deadeye Navigator, Displacer Kitten, Essence Flux, Ghostly Flicker, March of Swirling Mist, Planar Incision, Teferi's Time Twist, Vanishing, Vodalian Illusionist. Let no if I am missing something in the blink category or if there are other forms of protect I can use. Here is a link to my decklist.

Renari's Flicker Dragons

legendofa on I just discovered accidental infinite …

3 months ago

It takes a couple more cards, but if you add Deadeye Navigator, a permanent that taps for + another mana, and a haste granter like Fervor or Concordant Crossroads, you got infinite tokens that can tap to untap stuff.

With Miirym, Sentinel Wyrm and Fervor out and Nimbleclaw Adept bonded with Navigator, flicker Adept. It enters, and Miirym creates a token copy. Tap the original Adept to untap your blue + X land and something else. Repeat as needed.

Or just do nonsense with Astral Dragon and Doubling Season until you outnumber the universe.

Grind on Edric extra turns Elves

4 months ago

Are you willing to take infinite extra turns?
Deadeye Navigator will get you there with E-wit or Timeless Witness.
If you want to make this more competitive, you should run more countermagic and cut the win-more cards like wellwisher.

TypicalTimmy on Card creation challenge

4 months ago

Reoccurring Nightmare

Creature - Nightmare Shapeshifter

When Reoccurring Nightmare enters the battlefield, you may exile target creature card from a players graveyard. If you do, Reoccurring Nightmare enters the battlefield as a copy of that creature, except it's name is Reoccurring Nightmare, it's black and is a Nightmare Shapeshifter in addition to it's other colors and types.

3/3


There could possibly be a ton of utility for a card like this, especially with a blink deck such as Deadeye Navigator to mass exile the best creatures out of all yards.

This was a fun challenge. Repeat, but this time not a creature.

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