Play with your hand revealed.
If you would draw a card, reveal the top card of your library instead. If it's a creature card, put it into your graveyard. Otherwise, draw a card.
Whenever a creature is put into your graveyard from play, return it to your hand.
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|Time Spiral "Timeshifted" (TSB)||Rare|
|Ice Age (ICE)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Latest Decks as Commander
Enduring Renewal Discussion
2 days ago
2 months ago
Have you considered looking at Enduring Renewal as a combo option? This looks really, really similar to old enduring combo lists with the skirk and cantor.
5 months ago
So you know: you have to use two square brackets on each side of the card's name to make the linking work.
[[Mortuary]], [[Enduring Renewal]]
5 months ago
When a creature you control dies, both Mortuary and Enduring Renewal will trigger at the same time. You control both of these permanents, so you control all their triggered abilities, so you can choose in which order to place them on the stack. Depending on your choice, you can choose to put that creature card either on top of your library or into your hand.
5 months ago
Really cool deck and great idea. Rally the Ancestors has been a little pet card of mine that have never really worked out in other formats other than standard so I'm glad to see someone finally make it work in commander. I also really like your creative use of creatures that die immediately to state-based action and Enduring Renewal. +1 from me!
6 months ago
Yeah, the Deck is always evolving... Trying out a bunch of new tech. Some things are working, other's aren't. With the frequency of Ouphe's I'm seeing it has become absolutely necessary for Banisher Priest, so she's in now... Currently considering Juntu Stakes. This is kinda the perfect (excuse) list for it too.
Hey Bonjo! Happy to hear (read) this is your first (and potentially only) cEDH Deck. It is a lot to wrap your head around at first as there are various moving parts, but once you understand how the engines work it is easily the most rewarding Deck to play. To quickly go over some of your thoughts & questions: 1. Order of the Sacred Torch is a meta call. It's a solid all around Card, but not for this list. Too slow for the kinda interaction it provides. 2. Serenity is a must to get rid of pesky hate pieces, as RFC stated above. 3. Gustha's Scepter is one of my favorite Cards in this list. Let's just say you have a 0 Cost Artifact in Hand, a Grinding Station on Field and Gustha's Scepter. You have Junk Diver in Hand as well, but only enough Mana to Cast Teshar. Cast Teshar -> Throw Junk under Gustha -> Eat Gustha with Grinding Station -> Bury Junk & Gustha -> Cast the 0cmc Artifact, Teshar Trigger -> Junk Diver to Battlefield. Begin Combo'ing for 4 Mana (that Turn) 4. Teferi's Protection is fine. Overly priced for what it does. In this list, it's fine if things hit the Grave. The entire concept is centered around redundancies and recursion. We don't need it here. 5. No to Enduring Renewal, big no. The last clause ruins are Combo. 6. I've spoken on the fish bowl before... This is win more. Should not be in this list. We can Combo out and with with a variety of elements simply baked into this list. Please, do not use Aetherflux Reservoir. At any rate, hope all that info helps! Best of luck perfecting your own Teshar.
7 months ago
you have a lot of pay offs but not many cards that make creatures. from the way your decks built i feel like it what at 4 Lingering Souls and maybe 2-3 in any combination of any of these Elspeth, Sun's Champion, Elspeth, Sun's Nemesis, Elspeth Tirel as these can all spit out a lot of token quickly, without to much hassle and have abilities that care about having lots of creatures, (the also work with Enduring Renewal quite nicely)
i would also be tempted to run a snow basic land base and then add 3-4 of each Dead of Winter and On Thin Ice as a strictly better budget removal suite(also sublime exhilaration isn't modern legal). going snow also means you can run Arcum's Astrolabe as you don't have many 1 drops and they would help fix your mana.
lastly, unfortunately Blood Pet isn't modern legal which kind of kills the combo.
but Hope of Ghirapur would work ok in the slot, especially as it provides some consistent hate for control decks and a sackable 1 drop from the combo (even if it isn't infinite anymore)
if you were determined to keep the combo as is you could splash red for Wild Cantor which is legal, (if you wanted to splash red on a budget then i would definitely run the show packages as it would again increase your mana consistency for fairly little.