Graveyard Trespasser


Graveyard Glutton  Flip

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Brawl Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Pre-release Legal
Standard Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

Graveyard Trespasser

Creature — Human Werewolf

Ward—Discard a card. (Whenever this becomes the target of a spell or ability an opponent controls, counter it unless that player discards a card.)

Whenever this enters the battlefield or attacks, exile up to one target card from a graveyard. If a creature card was exiled via this ability, each opponent loses 1 life and you gain 1 life.

vishnarg on Simple Rules Question - Targeting …

2 months ago


If I target a Graveyard Trespasser  Flip with an Infernal Grasp but Grasp is the last card in my hand, what happens?


ClockworkSwordfish on Good Cards That You Just …

4 months ago

I have a real loathing for all the "kitchen sink" cards that have been cropping up more and more lately - the type that give you a ton of fiddly little incremental advantages. Strixhaven was especially bad for this. Things like Magma Opus, Culmination of Studies, Multiple Choice, Pestilent Cauldron  Flip, Scale the Heights... there's being versatile, then there's being overdesigned and obnoxious.

The same goes for creatures with a number of "might as well" abilities that are likely to never come up in actual gameplay. Questing Beast is perhaps the worst offender, but Moritte of the Frost, Vadrok, Apex of Thunder, Koma, Cosmos Serpent, Graveyard Trespasser  Flip, Orvar, the All-Form, any double-sided creature... these things aren't even fun to read.

Rhadamanthus on Why can I interrupt an …

5 months ago

It's because choosing a target for a spell or ability is part of the process of putting it onto the stack in the first place.

In the Graveyard Trespasser  Flip example, the target card in a graveyard is chosen when the ability is put onto the stack. It hasn't started resolving yet. People have the opportunity to make responses, and after they're all done with the responses, the ability can start to resolve.

In the Duress example, it only targets the player, not the card. The player is chosen when the spell is put onto the stack, but the card is chosen as part of the spell resolving. Once you let your opponent start looking at your hand, that means the spell has started resolving and no one can make any more responses until it's completely finished.

Sqeeze on Why can I interrupt an …

5 months ago

For example: If my opponent plays Duress , it goes on the Stack. Now I can decide to interrupt and play cards from my hand, but as soon as he looks at my cards and chooses the card to dicard I can't just play the selected card. If my opponent plays Graveyard Trespasser  Flip , he first selects the card in my graveyard he wants to exile. Only after that the effect goes on the stack and I can interrupt, by returning said card to my hand for example.

Why, for the one effect it resolves the first half and only goes on the Stack afterwards, but for the other it doesn't?

seshiro_of_the_orochi on The Brown Spider

10 months ago

'Tis me again. I pulled a Graveyard Trespasser  Flip and addedit into Thantis. Seems like a decent attacker that brings a fun ressource mini-game to the table. Thoughts?

Chasmolinker on [Primer] - Jund Midrange

10 months ago

Thanks for the kind remarks TheBubbaEA!

  • I go between 23/24 lands depending on how fast the meta is. In a slower meta I like 3 Ravines. In a fast meta I go down to 2. 24 lands also minimize the pain from Bob, who also gets trimmed in fast metas.

  • Ignoble Hierarch is good in a Lurrus build. It cuts into the discard slots, which I prefer to have be my T1 spell. T2 Liliana is broken though so it comes down to preference.

  • Dauthi Voidwalker would be a meta call. The not being able to block gives me second thoughts on Mainboarding it. It also worsens Goyf early game. You could probably run it in place of Goyf though but is it still Jund if you do so???

  • Having a 4 drop that isn’t BBE is a hard call. Arlinn is good but I think I’d rather have another Grist.

  • Graveyard Trespasser  Flip looks interesting. I could see it taking the place of Klothys since it can actually attack unlike Klothys in most games. It pairs nicely with Voidwalker too.

  • I have definitely won games with double Bob in play. Lol. I have also lost games because of him. But that’s the price we play for running the GOAT.

I’m curious what Crimson Vow will bring to the table.

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