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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy 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
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal


Creature — Spirit

Whenever you play a Spirit or Arcane spell, you may search your library for an Aura card with enchant creature, reveal it, and put it into your hand. If you do, shuffle your library.

TheOfficialCreator on Have you ever discovered a …

1 year ago

I've had that happen a few times with custom cards, but in my Chromium deck Tallowisp was often one of the best keys to victory.

In Vorinclex, Monstrous Raider, Nissa, Who Shakes the World was insanely good.

Dimir Infiltrator in a The Mimeoplasm deck allows you to grab Phyresis, then all you need to do is get a big creature into the graveyard (like The Tarrasque), then play Mimmy and make a big unblockable creature, then give it infect. Very good.

And finally, I discovered the Jace, Wielder of Mysteries/Mirror of Fate combo on my own, before I went online.

TheOfficialCreator on Custom Interpretations Challenge!

1 year ago

legendofa I'm not really sure why the thread isn't that active, but thanks for participating! I'll give a look at your deck once i get home :)

And yeah, I was particularly inspired by Tallowisp, lol.

TheOfficialCreator on Anybody have a card that …

1 year ago

My surprising cards were the Transmute cards from the old Ravnica sets (e.g. Dimir Infiltrator). In my Toluz deck they're obviously all-stars but as utility spells and budget tutors they really shine.

Dimir Infiltrator specifically worked incredibly well in my Chromium as it could fetch (or trigger) Tallowisp, Thassa's Oracle, or Phyresis, and more. It could also be an unblockable creature to Voltron in case of emergency.

Balaam__ on Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde

2 years ago

Thanks for the input, Jabberjaw46. Much appreciated. I’ll add a few of your suggestions to the maybeboard for now. I hope to get more feedback over time and then return to this and give it a tune up.

Jabberjaw46 on Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde

2 years ago

Not an expert on U/W spirits but I can give a few suggestions

Mausoleum Wanderer in the side board at least can really help against certain matchups

If you would like, you can go the Tallowisp route, with auras like Steel of the Godhead. This strategy works really well with Geist of Saint Traft, as a 4/4 unblockable lifelinking beater that makes 4/4 angels is pretty good. If you do go this route, I also suggest Hyena Umbra and Unstable Mutation, offering protection and brute force respectively.

Also Rattlechains can work well if you like

I love Pithing Needle in the sideboard, but I think that Crystallization can be cut, I think you have enough removal/ counters so you can keep the board mostly clear. Throw in some yard hate.

not sure about Norn's Annex in the side board, maybe more removal or possibly Supreme Verdict in that spot. In my eyes you'd play annex against a fast creature deck, turn 5 is too late and turn 3 plus 4 life seems pretty steep as well. Spirits have always struggled from trying to control, but also being aggressive by nature. Again I'm not sure hoe the meta works with this card, as I am not actively playing modern, but it just seems strange to me.

This is 100 percent up to you but if you feel you easily get a snow land out for On Thin Ice, then you can throw in Minamo, School at Water's Edge /Celestial Colonnade / Eiganjo Castle

Other than that I really like the deck 10/10 name btw lmao let me know If I need to clarify anything or if you need any more help!

jamochawoke on What, Exactly, is Wrong with …

2 years ago

I think something people have forgotten to mention about card draw in white in this thread is that it has some pretty huge synergies with auras and card draw.

For example:

And there's tons of white aura support with graveyard recursion that stops aura's big downfall (2 for 1'ing a creature that's been enchanted with a Doomblade or something). So if you were running a white auras deck you wouldn't have any problems with filtering, card draw, or graveyard recursion. It actually plays more like a blue deck than anything else white has to offer. It's just been overshadowed by the bogles deck archetype for auras, due to its incredible strength and showing in competitive tournaments, which demands WU or UG as its colors. Basically, why bother with recursion when you can just pop auras on unblockable hexproof creatures and have a deck that can't be interacted with?

kpres on Splice Onto Arcane Tribal: Kykar, Wind's Fury EDH

2 years ago

Kudos for taking on the challenge of attempting to make use of the horribly awful Arcane cards from Kamigawa. In addition to using Arcane cards, you might get some benefit from using spirits that work with Arcane cards:


In that list, Earthshaker stands out as being really useful, since it won't nuke your spirits from Kykar. Tallowisp is also pretty cool, since it lets you search for auras.

What I've found works really well with Kykar is Swans of Bryn Argoll and Body of Knowledge , because having access to red gives you lots of ways to deal direct damage to them.

I'm not sure why Zirda is there. What is the activated ability you are trying to take advantage of? Splice into Arcane is not an activated ability, so it won't help with that.

I have a few cards in my deck Kykar Swiss Army Knife (Budget) that might help with Kykar and spirits, because there is a subtle spirit theme here. Check out the deck list and maybeboard for ideas.

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