Fated Infatuation

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Historic Brawl Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Fated Infatuation


Put a token onto the battlefield that's a copy of target creature you control. If it's your turn, scry 2. (Look at the top two cards of your library, then put any number of them on the bottom of your library and the rest on top in any order.)

Macaronigrill5150 on Bum Rush

1 year ago

Yeah Fated Infatuation has definitely been a very difficult card to use. Mana Leak is a great suggestion. Thanks!

Balaam__ on Bum Rush

1 year ago

Always enjoy builds that utilize mechanics in interesting ways. I don’t think Fated Infatuation is worth it though—at triple it’ll be extremely difficult to cast in anything but mono blue, and it only creates a single token (scry power is a plus but not a game changer). I think this spot is better used for counter magic (Mana Leak or Spell Pierce are both doable, or even Mana Tithe as nobody expects an untapped Plains to derail their plans!).

Neotrup on Champion of Lambholt token interaction

3 years ago

Polaris is entirely correct if you are creating the tokens simultaneously, such as with the replacement effect of Esix, Fractal Bloom off of Deep Forest Hermit 's enter the battlefield effect. I did want to address another case of the tokens entering sequentially though. If you're duplicating an spell or ability, such as casting Fated Infatuation replicated thrice due to Djinn Illuminatus 's ability, each spell will resolve one at a time, so the original Champion of Lambholt will still get 4 counts, and one of the copies will get 3, another 2, another 1, and the final one won't get any. It really depends on how you're making the copies and if it's actually simultaneous.

Neotrup on Lutri's Mechanics

3 years ago

Lutri, the Spellchaser copies and instant or sorcery spell you control. Typically this will be one you cast, but you are allowed to copy a copy instead. As the original spell most likely is still on the stack, there's not much practical upside to copying a copy instead of the original though. I'm not 100% sure what you mean by the "if so" question, but assuming you're talking about using Lutri to copy something like Fated Infatuation , no, this does not go infinite. The reason is Lutri 's enter the battlefield ability only triggers if it was cast.

Phantomias on One man’s "magic" is another man’s engineering

3 years ago

Thanks a lot Schauzeit!

The main Reason for not playing both is cost reduction. Kiki Jiki can come in handy if he survives some turns, but in general one time use of my copycards is enough, so I prefer the ones which are a little cheaper. Also I'm not a fan of having to pay three Mana of one kind, which feels like an unnecessary hard requirement (regardless of the fact the deck has only two colors), that's the reason I also threw out Fated Infatuation .

Magda, Brazen Outlaw already is on my maybeboard under draw / tutor, but you're definitely right about the token generator role, too!

Reality Shift is nice removal, but doesn't give me the option to protect one of my own cards by bringing them back to my hand (although I'm not sure the idea of that tactic is so good).

Legion Warboss and especially Arcane Artisan are real nice recommendations I did not have on my radar yet, thanks a lot for that =)

keksoe666 on Budget Biovisionary

3 years ago

First of all: it's cool to see a fellow disciple of the Biovisionary ( Biovisionary-Control check it out if you want) second, if I may add my two cents on this: Infinite Reflection might turn out to be too expensive (at least it was for me) I would suggest cards such as Cryptoplasm, Glasspool Mimic  Flip or spells that create copies such as Fated Infatuation or Cackling Counterpart . These cards are cheaper and they don't require you to have creatures onf the battlefield in addition to your Biovisionary.

But that's just my opinion, I'm glad if I could give you something to work with and, since my opinion came without you asking for it, I apologize if I sounded rude or anything. Have fun with this card, figure out what works best for you and, like I said before: it's always cool to see someone else build a deck around my favorite card^^

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