Narset's Reversal

Narset's Reversal


Copy target instant or sorcery spell, then return it to its owner's hand. You may choose new targets for the copy.

Narset's Reversal Discussion

Omniscience_is_life on Dimir Isochron

3 days ago

Narset's Reversal is kind of a counterspell, but still a better target. Almost like a double scepter

gd311 on Kalamax - Archmage's Nightmare

2 weeks ago

Thanks for the reply! Sorry it doesn't quite work out. I use Narset's Reversal alongside a way to copy it, and a Time Warp as a way to take infinite turns. There are some super interesting interactions that you can make with Kalamax, although they can be somewhat complicated haha. Thanks for the link! I'll be sure to check it out.

Kampfkrapfn on Kalamax - Archmage's Nightmare

2 weeks ago

I had a misconception about the way Narset's Reversal works. Basically I thought you would go infinite with a tapped Kalamax, the Stormsire, Twinning Staff and something like Swarm Intelligence or Thousand-Year Storm. While you cannot go infinite, you can use Narset's Reversal to create insanely many copies of Lightning Bolt, Shock or other damage instants. I will readjust the decklist and the description within the next days :)

PS: A very interesting discussion of a 'Kalamax puzzle' which solved my misunderstanding can be found here:

Sultai_Sir on SBT Combo

3 weeks ago

I love this decklist! I've been making a Sidisi primer, The Deck that Death Forgot, and was wondering if you could help me out. It's not your level of competitive, but I'm trying to make it a bit more powerful. One question about the decklist, though. What's Narset's Reversal for? It may be serving some purpose I'm not seeing, but couldn't you just sub in a better counterspell?

mcervato on Kalamax Bundles

4 weeks ago

i've been playing with Thousand-Year Storm + Manamorphose + Narset's Reversal

i've been chatting on the discord server, Winds of Rebuke and Into the Roil or Blink of an Eye are good options that come with a wincon with a dockside blink line

And that's really useful! thank you!

lullelukas on The Wolf of Maul Street [8]

1 month ago

New update incoming:

I've reevaluated some of the cards in the deck and found that some underperform.

Cold-Eyed Selkie is a very good card that does do what the deck wants to do, but the deck doesn't want Selkie to be the one doing it.

Chain of Vapor and Quickling are too narrow to justify a spot. While I do feel we could use more ways to have Ukkima leave the battlefield, there are other cards that let us do that better, or serve other purposes as well. (Culling the Weak and Putrefy respectively).

Negate has had an upgrade.

Cold-Eyed Selkie --> Narset, Parter of Veils

Chain of Vapor --> Clockspinning

Quickling --> Isochron Scepter

Negate --> Narset's Reversal

Gattison on Narset's Reversal on Hurkyl's Recal ...

1 month ago

(Got ninja'd, but that's fine)

Hurkyl's Recall was cast first, then Swan Song, and then Narset's Reversal, thus they will all resolve in the opposite order.

So firstly, when Swan Song was cast, Narset's Reversal had not been cast and was not on the stack, so it cannot be affected by Swan Song. Swan Song's target was Hurkyl's Recall, and that cannot be changed after the fact.

Secondly your Narset's Reversal will resolve before your opponent's Swan Song, meaning you make a copy of Hurkyl's Recall, put it on the stack (above everything else, meaning it will be the next thing to resolve) AND put the card of Hurkyl's Recall back into your hand. Then your Copy of Hurkyl's Recall will resolve. Then Swan Song will resolve, but with its target now gone, it will indeed fizzle.

You probably should have won that game it sounds like.

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