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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
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal


Creature — Elemental


When Flickerwisp enters the battlefield, exile another target permanent. Return that card to the battlefield under its owner's control at the beginning of the next end step.

Mousemke on Imperial Taxation

6 months ago


Slayers' Stronghold is a legend in drawn out or even games. It only takes a couple hits from a 5/1 Flickerwisp or a 7/5 vigilant Kaldra Compleat

Leonin Arbiter is just too much of a non-bo. Mono-w just plays around the interaction with Stoneforge Mystic. Add to that Imperial Recruiter and arbiter is just too much messing with my own deck. I did play around with Aven Mindcensor but it didn't really seem so useful.

As far as Ghost Quarter... It's in there mostly for tron? I have been considering trading them out for man lands - maybe Mishra's Factorys. Against heavy removal it can help to just have something that can keep hitting

Even with 80 cards, it's hard to find any extra space!

(thanks for the CMPN tip ^^)

DevotedShepherd on After 14 Versions, Goats Inch Closer To Perfection

6 months ago

lhetrick13 Thank you men! To answer your question, I used to run Charming Prince and especially Flickerwisp a lot in past versions. They're great at getting more value out of Springjack Shepherd, but the problem is that they're not great creatures themselves as they easily die to removal, lowering our devotion. I've been finding that Shepherd is most effective when devotion sticks to the board, so running more enchantments with utility like Touch the Spirit Realm is probably better.

Thanks again for taking the time to check out these goat decks men!

lhetrick13 on After 14 Versions, Goats Inch Closer To Perfection

6 months ago

upvoted purely on the read of the Epic of the Devoted Shepard...poetry at its finest!

I saw one of your previous versions of the deck and just to reiterate, your main combo is playing Ephemerate + Springjack Shepherd and ideally generate a bunch of goats right? Solid concept but I would think you would be running a heavy flicker deck. I would have thought to see Charming Prince, Flickerwisp, etc. populate the field and blink the crap out of Springjack Shepherd.

Ouroboros_47 on Budget Abzan Midrange

8 months ago

I'd consider going all-in on flickering your creatures. That would change the deck quite a bit but I think it'd be worth it. There are lots of good cheap creatures if you wanted to go that route. Tidehollow Sculler, Flickerwisp, Wasteland Strangler, and Thragtusk come to mind.

jamochawoke on PULSING MASS ~Ally ETBs~

9 months ago

You might benefit from some of the cards in my Allies list: Bounce for me

Specifically the tech around Conjurer's Closet, Flickerwisp and Brago, King Eternal

Love the allies cards! Have fun!

Gidgetimer on Recent Redesign - Need to …

9 months ago

I didn't look too closely at the deck past seeing that it was mono-white since I don't really have the time to do a deep dive on it at this moment, so some of my suggestions may already be in there or may not be what you are wanting to do.

To help with the nonbos there are cards like Flickerform or Flickerwisp that could help with Containment Priest. Flickerform may be especially fun since you run Fiend Hunter effects. You can put it on one of the Fiend Hunters and then respond to the ETB with a Flickerform activation putting the linked LTB on top of the ETB returning nothing and then exiling a creature forever. You could also exile the Priest with one of your Fiend Hunter effects if you have a high enough density of them.

Eerie Interlude and Ghostway might also be fun includes. Not only can they remove a Containment Priest until end step so that you can make tokens. They can also let you completely dodge your own Wraths.

One last note. In both my previous response and this one "Fiend Hunter effects" refers strictly to things that are two abilities. An ETB and then a line break and a LTB. Banisher Priest effects that are a single ETB that says "When...enters the battlefield exile...until" act differently and will not produce the same results.

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