Nexus of Fate

Nexus of Fate

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Take an extra turn after this one.

If Nexus of Fate would be put into a graveyard from anywhere, reveal Nexus of Fate and shuffle it into its owner's library instead.

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Nexus of Fate Discussion

smack80 on Oloro White Black Blue Creatureless Control

1 week ago

You could replace Temporal Manipulation with Nexus of Fate and then you don't need the soldevi Digger part of the combo. Then you can use Doomsday to make a deck of just Nexus of Fate.

How do you have Energy field but not Rest in Peace? RIP also combos with Helm of Obedience to kill a player. RIP in this combo can used with Leyline of the Void. Either card also hoses graveyard based decks.

Gidgetimer on Oona, Queen of the Fae …

1 month ago

Unless there is some effect allowing you to put cards into the graveyard instead of exile (I don't know of any off the top of my head) you will exile cards from your library when the Oona ability resolves. It is one of the few ways to permanently get rid of Nexus of Fate.

Wbg1415 on Oona, Queen of the Fae …

1 month ago

If my opponent uses Oona, Queen of the Fae ability and exiles my library but I have Nexus of Fate in library can I choose to put nexus of fate into graveyard instead of exile? I know if Nexus gets put into a graveyard from anywhere I can reveal it and it never actually hits the yard I can shuffle it back into owners library instead.

Basically can Nexus of Fate get around Oona, Queen of the Fae ability?

midget_overlord on Niv-Mizzet, Parun

2 months ago

I think Laboratory Maniac isn't necessary here, as you don't really have enough card draw to reliably trigger his win condition. Speaking of win conditions, the deck doesn't really have enough solid ones in my opinion. You basically have Locust God, Talrand, and Psychosis Crawler. Everything else doesn't feel strong enough to me. I might consider adding a Murktide Regent, or leaving in Lab maniac and going even harder into card draw with something like Enter the Infinite. Another powerful tool you're ignoring is extra turn spells. Chaining them together is a great way to lose friends and play solitaire! Expropriate, Nexus of Fate, Beacon of Tomorrows, and Temporal Manipulation are some good ones.

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3 months ago

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Azeworai on Birdemic

4 months ago

A bird deck? Without Storm Crow? Outrageous. Blasphemy. Perfidious.

Allow the birbs to enlighten you.

Step One: Power and Glory

Aven Brigadier. Look straight into its eyes and see the fate that shall beset your foes. This is power. This is glory.

Step Two: True beauty

Swords to Plowshares. But get out of here with that squalid artwork. Ice Age gives us this beauty.

Step Three: Invoking fear

Aerial Assault. This is when you start playing Alfred Hitchcock's greatest film in the background. This instills fear.

Step Four: Round it all out

We have power, glory, beauty, fear, and an instant-win button. What is next? That is correct. Bird seeds. This is why I hired Soraya to disseminate them. She even gives opponents headaches with her activated ability.

Step Five: The purge

We need to empty out all of these bad cards from the list to make room for the mountain of birds coming in. Nexus of Fate is unplayable, Sensei's Top is questionable, and Sol Ring is useless. Try Aven Warhawk, Dragonstalker, and Carrier Pigeons. These are startlingly efficient flyers that almost do something sometimes.

Step Six: Commander falsehoods

Ramp never gets you anywhere. It adds no power to the board, cards to the hand, or birds to the game. The only two acceptable mana rocks are Seashell Cameo and Azorius Keyrune. They leastwise mention birds.

Step Seven: Cat birds

You must have both Skycat Sovereign and Pride of the Clouds. This is crucial. Cats are birbs, too.

Step Eight: Question my sanity

If you glue feathers to something, it is basically a bird. Why don't people know that Ragavan is a bird?! Heathens.

Step Nine: Profit maybe

Cast your Mimeomancers and Suntail Hawks, and cobble them together with a Keeper of the Nine Gales. May your feathery flight bring the greatest adventure, nevermore.

Step Ten: Good bye

Good bye.

TypicalTimmy on New Format for EDH: Rule …

5 months ago

Basically the only "rule" is that there is no rule.

Does your table prefer Infect killing at 20 over 10? Legal.

Want to use any Planeswalker as a Commander? Legal.

Want to add a pip outside your color identity? Legal.

Want to run Partners that don't have Partner? Legal.

Want to play EDH with a friggen Black Lotus? Legal.

Wanna start the table off at 100 life each and really hurt for that grind? Legal.

The issue is that when there are no core rules to follow, it becomes a mess when someone begins to introduce all kinds of crazy things like asking if they can partner up Nyxbloom Ancient and Nexus of Fate as Commanders, or if they can add WUBRG to Kozilek, or if they can begin to run playsets and then toss in 4x Imperial Seal.

Just ask your table first. If your table says yes, you're good.

DrkNinja on Dead Silence

5 months ago

Ok so I didn't check to see if any of these were in the deck already but... here's my list of suggestions!

It's a lot of cards so...

Again some of these may be cut worthy but off the cuff this is what I came up with. Also I didn't include any ninjas... I figure they are easy enough to find

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