The Prismatic Bridge

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Esika, God of the Tree  Flip

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Legality

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
Vintage Legal

The Prismatic Bridge

Legendary Enchantment

At the beginning of your upkeep, reveal cards from the top of your library until you reveal a creature or planeswalker card. Put that card onto the battlefield and the rest on the bottom of your library in a random order.

MensRightsFTW on I'm looking to build a …

2 weeks ago

if you're just trying to make a planeswalker deck, i think The Prismatic Bridge  Flip is the best commander.

Rhadamanthus on Commander Esika + The Peregrine …

1 month ago

Unfortunately this won't work. Being a commander is a property of the card itself, regardless of what else it has going on. The Prismatic Bridge  Flip is still your commander.

belphan on Commander Esika + The Peregrine …

1 month ago

If you are using Esika, God of the Tree  Flip as your commander and you play The Prismatic Bridge  Flip side, can you then use The Peregrine Dynamo to copy the ability? Would The Prismatic Bridge  Flip still be a commander since it isn't a creature?

Squee_Spirit_Guide on Cards that increase triggers?

1 month ago

How about Weaver of Harmony? Or the aptly named Copy Enchantment for Paradox Haze? Obviously not so useful with The Prismatic Bridge  Flip.

ERROR404NAMENOTFOUND on Cards that increase triggers?

1 month ago

Hi,

So umm.. I'm making a weird Esika, God of the Tree  Flip deck that's centered around high cost creatures being put into the battlefield without paying their costs. I'm looking for cards like Paradox Haze, Lithoform Engine, and Strionic Resonator to get more triggers on The Prismatic Bridge  Flip. I'm also looking for cards that pull creatures out of the library and puts them directly onto the battlefield, like Kindred Summons, Call to the Kindred, and card: Descendant' Path. So what are some cards I'm missing that do these things?

Thanks in advance!

Gidgetimer on How do multi-faced cards handle …

2 months ago

The rule quoted in the question you linked was 711.5, which has changed rule number to 712.5. With the addition of modal double-faced cards (MDFCs) they added the word "transforming" in two places to the rule. MDFCs can't transform and won't transform. If The Prismatic Bridge  Flip is ever Flickered or Blinked Esika, God of the Tree  Flip will enter the battlefield since DFC enter with their front face up by default when entering from a zone other than the stack. If the card is bounced you will get to cast it on whichever side you choose, just as if it were in your hand from any other way like drawing it or casting a Regrowth effect.

712.5 Only permanents represented by transforming double-faced cards can transform. (See rule 701.28, “Transform.”) If a spell or ability instructs a player to transform any permanent that isn’t represented by a transforming double-faced card, nothing happens.

712.10. A double-faced card put onto the battlefield from a zone other than the stack enters the battlefield with its front face up by default.

Hypothetically, if you could connive a way for a daybound card to be on the battlefield at night (cloning a daybound creature and waiting for it to become night for instance) and you cast Mirrorweave turning a transforming DFC into a copy of that creature, yes that creature would have to flip infinitely causing the game to end in a draw. This is convoluted enough that you are going to have to be trying to intentionally draw the game IMO, and there are easier ways.

GameDragon111 on Every card is two cards!

2 months ago

The Prismatic Bridge  Flip is a good Dual sided card

There is also a set with many dual-sided Artifact/God cards that you may want to look at if you haven't already.

BigBadE on How do multi-faced cards handle …

2 months ago

Let's say I'm playing with The Prismatic Bridge  Flip. Then, it gets transformed somehow (ex. Mirrorweave on a card with a transform/mutate ability). This would force it to transform, which is technically able to happen (I believe, correct me if I'm wrong). Then, some effect either bounces or flickers the card. Would I have Esika, God of the Tree  Flip or The Prismatic Bridge  Flip?

Also, what happens if you Mirrorweave a daybound card onto a transformable card during the night? Would it flip infinitely, due to it still being a copy (according to https://tappedout.net/mtg-questions/what-happens-when-a-dfc-card-copies-another-dfc-card-and-transforms/)?

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