Starfield of Nyx

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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
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Starfield of Nyx


At the beginning of your upkeep, you may return target enchantment card from your graveyard to the battlefield.

As long as you control five or more enchantments, each other non-Aura enchant you control is a creature in addition to its other types and has base power and toughness each equal to its converted mana cost.

Neotrup on Animation: Layers and Timestamps

3 months ago

Since both Titania's Song and March of the Machines specify noncreature artifact they are both dependent on eachother, forming a dependency loop that means they must be applied in timestamp order rather than dependency order. This means that whichever entered the battlefield first is the one that applies. In the first example March of the Machines does nothing since Sol Ring is already a 1/1 artifact creature with no abilities, but if it had entered first it would be a 1/1 artifact creature with ": Add ."

Starfield of Nyx does not turn itself into a creature since it says "other nonaura enchantements." However, assuming they control two Starfield of Nyx it would be a 0/2 creature with no abilities. This is because its ability starts to apply in layer 4 when it turns enchantments into creatures and doesn't lose its ability until layer 6 when Sudden Spoiling starts to apply. Once the ability starts in an earlier layer, it will continue to be applied in a higher layer, so in layer 7b Starfield of Nyx will give all enchantment creatures a base power and toughness, then that will be overwritten by Sudden Spoiling also in layer 7b due to having a later timestamp.

TehGrief on Animation: Layers and Timestamps

3 months ago

Player A controls a Sol Ring, player B casts Titania's Song; Player A's Sol Ring becomes a 1/1 artifact creature with no abilities.

If player A then casts a March of the Machines, since Titania's Song specifies non-creature artifact, does March of the Machines change the artifacts into creatures, causing them to retain their abilities?

What would happen if the reverse was true? Player A controls both Sol Ring and March of the Machines, then Player B casts Titania's Song?

Follow-up question.

If Player A controls Starfield of Nyx (meeting its condition, causing their enchantments to become creatures with power and toughness equal to their converted mana cost in addition to their other types), and Player B cast Sudden Spoiling (causing creatures to lose their abilities), what would the result be?

Would all enchantments controlled by Player A lose all abilities and become 0/2 creatures - or, since the Starfield of Nyx would lose its ability, they would remain enchantments with their innate abilities but not be creatures in addition to their other types?

legendofa on Turning a noncreature permanent into …

4 months ago

HandofAnubis Since Opalescence and Starfield of Nyx don't specify a creature type, the creature-fied enchantments don't have creature subtypes.

Profet93 on Apple Accessories, Now with Malware

5 months ago

KibaAlpha +1 because of your name and deck's name.

Cloud Key - Ramp out enchantments more easily

I also concur with iMechanic's suggestion of Darksteel Mutation.

Serra's Sanctum - Ramp

Starfield of Nyx might be worth considering as well? Idk how that works with aura's exactly but seems cool

KablamoBoom on Falco Spara and all the Saga's

9 months ago

Your commander specifies removing counters from creatures, not permanents, and not Sagas. In order for any of these ideas to work you need things like Destiny Spinner, Dance of the Manse, Starfield of Nyx, Opalescence.

AstroAA on Anikthea, Hand of Erebos

9 months ago

I see you're running Starfield of Nyx. Another similar option if you want to animate your enchantments is Opalescence. If you do end up running it, you should also run Parallax Wave, as they combo together allowing you to prevent your opponents from having creatures out on the battlefield. This is how it works:

  1. Activate Parallax Wave by removing a fade counter from it, exiling a creature you control.
  2. Activate Parallax Wave again by removing a fade counter from it, targeting a creature an opponent controls.
  3. In response, activate Parallax Wave again by removing a fade counter from it, exiling itself.
  4. Parallax Wave's last ability triggers, returning itself and other creatures exiled by Parallax Wave to the battlefield.
  5. Let the remaining ability resolve, permanently exiling the creature your opponent controls.
  6. Repeat.

Necrosis24 on Mono White WIn Combos

11 months ago

Assuming this is commander Starfield of Nyx is a possibility assuming you aren't running mostly auras. You could pair this with Heliod, Sun-Crowned or Nykthos Paragon as they both have the enchantment type as opposed to Archangel of Thune.

There is Approach of the Second Sun or Felidar Sovereign if you are okay with such cards.

Faith Healer + Aetherflux Reservoir which works as you are gaining life anyways.

Ajani's Chosen, Archon of Sun's Grace, and Sigil of the Empty Throne are pretty straight forward amass a board and swing.

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