Three Visits

Three Visits

Sorcery

Search your library for a Forest card and put that card onto the battlefield. Then shuffle your library.

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Three Visits Discussion

ijakobe on Walk in the Vastwood

1 day ago

I think Kodama of the East Tree ist a powerful card from Commander Legends.

You have a lot of bg Creatures, i would recommend some of the real good draw spells for that: Greater Good Rishkar's Expertise Return of the Wildspeaker # The Great Henge

Suggestions for ramp are Three Visits and more 1-Mana mana dorks like Birds of Paradise and Fyndhorn Elves , just so get out faster. you then might have enough 1-toughness creatures to justify Skullclamp , which is an awesome draw engine and uses your creatures in the late game. My Nissa Deck is a bit more focused on lots of mana real early, without any beatdown plan, but maybe you get some ideas.

Beta323 on Ur-Dragon

5 days ago

Hi multimedia,

First of all thanks for the input and sorry for the delay in the reply; I have been testing with proxies.

Again, thanks for the input!

DreadKhan on Bear to be Vanilla

1 week ago

Farseek is worse than Nature's Lore in a deck like this, or Three Visits .

santuli on Adrix n' Nev, Upgraded-Casters

2 weeks ago

I would swap some of the ramp cards higher on the mana curve to more 2-mana ramp. With your commander being 4 CMC, the more 2 mana ramp you have the more likely you'll get them out one turn early. So I'm looking at things like Quandrix Cultivator (cool card regardless) and Nissa's Expedition . Maybe switch them for a Mind Stone , or Three Visits , or Farseek (this last one with an added inclusion of lands like Breeding Pool if it's within your budget, or more budget cards like Rimewood Falls or Mystic Sanctuary )

If you want to play with planeswalkers, Jace, Mirror Mage might be a cool addition.

Orvar, the All-Form is a sweet card, but I don't think this deck has enough instants and sorceries that could trigger his ability for the inclusion to be worth it. Either cut Orvar, or make sure you start adding more spells that can take advantage of it (maybe more clone token making spells).

Gidgetimer on Rashmi + Veyran + Melek

2 weeks ago

You cast Three Visits from the top of your library. As the first part of casting the Three Visits goes on the stack. As the last part of casting the all cast triggers trigger. Since a sorcery being cast is what triggered them all, they will trigger twice.

You receive priority and can put the four triggers you have on the stack in any order. All of them will be on top of Three Visits though. The top card of your library is revealed at all times, so you will know what your top card is when you put them on the stack.

for the sake of this example lets assume you put them on the stack Melek, Melek, Rashmi, Rashmi, Veyran, Veyran.

You allow the two Magecraft triggers to resolve putting counters on Veyran.

The first Rashmi trigger resolves casting Mystical Tutor . It is cast from the library triggering both Veyran and Melek twice. You put the Melek triggers on the stack and then the Veyran.

You allow the two Magecraft triggers to resolve putting counters on Veyran.

The top Mystical Tutor Melek trigger resolves. Creating a copy and triggering Veyran twice.

You allow the two Magecraft triggers to resolve putting counters on Veyran.

Depending on what you search for you may cast it triggering Melek twice and Veyran a total of 6 times (2 from cast, 2 from each of 2 copies).

The second Mystical Tutor Melek trigger resolves. Creating a copy and triggering Veyran twice.

You allow the two Magecraft triggers to resolve putting counters on Veyran.

Depending on what you search for you may cast it triggering Melek twice and Veyran a total of 6 times (2 from cast, 2 from each of 2 copies).

The Mystical Tutor resolves.

Depending on what you search for you may cast it triggering Melek twice and Veyran a total of 6 times (2 from cast, 2 from each of 2 copies).

The second Rashmi trigger resolves. This may lead into another flurry of copies and magecraft triggers depending on what the card is. The thing to keep in mind is that for each new object put on the stack if it was an instant or sorcery cast from the library you will get 2 Melek triggers, and if it was an instant, sorcery, or copy of an instant or sorcery you will put two magecraft triggers on the stack.

After the Rashmi triggers are taken care of you will resolve the top melek trigger giving you a three visits and two magecrat triggers.

After those three things resolve you will resolve the second Melek trigger giving you a three visits and two magecraft triggers.

After those three things resolve, the initial spell will resolve.

Raging_Squiggle on Rashmi + Veyran + Melek

2 weeks ago

You have 6 triggers happening simultaneously. 2 sets of each, and all stacked in whatever order you want.

The two triggers from Melek would create 2 copies of Three Visits , triggering magecraft four more times.

The two triggers (and then 4 more from above) from veyran would resolve giving em a nice buff.

Rashmi’s two triggers would happen. Casting Tutor triggers Melek and Veyran each 2 more times because revealing a card does not change zones.

In no particular order, Melek would resolve, copying Tutor twice, tutoring up a card to top of library, then immediately shuffling it away during the next tutor, and again for the original. Veyran would get another 4 triggers off the copies for more buff.

Then the second Rashmi trigger resolves. If you get another hit, you repeat the above paragraph for whatever the spell is. Otherwise you’d draw a card.

Then once all said and done, the original Visits resolves, shuffling away the final searched card via Tutor.

Overall, the end result is you get a nice land, a freshly shuffled library, and a Veyran getting +12/+12 (or +18/+18 if you got a hit on second Rashmi trigger).

OmicronPrime on Rashmi + Veyran + Melek

2 weeks ago

Can someone help me sort out how the triggers for a Three Visits (top of library) on the stack resolve with Melek, Izzet Paragon , Veyran, Voice of Duality , and Rashmi, Eternities Crafter out on the field?

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