Timetwister

Timetwister

Sorcery

Each player shuffles his or her hand and graveyard into his or her library and then draws seven cards. (Then put Timetwister into its owner's graveyard.)

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Highlander Legal
Leviathan Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Oldschool 93/94 Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

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Timetwister Discussion

legendofa on Card creation challenge

3 days ago

I don't know any of the Dragon Shield names, so I lose the bonus points... Loosely inspired by Timetwister .

Nariulem, the Unaging

Legendary Creature - Elder Dragon

Flying

Whenever a card would leave a player's graveyard, instead shuffle that card into its owner's library, then you and that player draw a card.

, : Shuffle target card from your graveyard into your library.

4/4


Create the green or black dragon from this cycle.

Herb48 on Paradoxical Storm

3 days ago

Hey!

This deck is sweet. I am a huge fan of Notion Thief . I have a PO deck of my own, but I splash red and its difficult to meet the mana requirements, so I run Hullbreacher instead. If you are interested I'm always looking for suggestions:

The One Who Mentored Them All

One thing to look at would possibly be Timetwister ? This deck runs a bit more storm-like, so the refuel is good, and with Notion Thief online, its GG.

Cheers:)

kharsonist on Orvar CEDH

1 month ago

insaneinmate LED is primarily used in decks with Underworld Breach LED isnt really a great ramp spell outside of underworld breach or using it to cast an Ad Nauseam . Things that dont matter if you discard your hand, even with spell recursion it would be hard to use LED. I did put mox diamond back in and made some changes. I had this is on weaker side for cost, however I put some of the power back in for consistency. In reality, when I build this I will omit Timetwister and maybe Candelabra of Tawnos but I will get those in this list for digital play.

Nerdytimesorwhatever on Dont Rush Me, Im a Breach (cEDH Draw Go Control)

1 month ago

There are a few wincons in this list, actually! Its a slow control build, moreover this is pretty close to my base list that I modify depending on meta.

Nexus of Fate Loops

Starting State Requires ETI + 12 mana to cast it:

Cast Enter the Infinite (-12 mana)

Cast Mana Crypt (+2 mana)

Cast Mana Vault (-1 mana, 4 mana overall)

Cast Sol Ring (-1 mana, 5 mana overall)

Cast Isochron Scepter imprinting Dramatic Reversal , and then activate it (-2, -2, 1 mana in pool)

You now have infinite mana (Colorless and useless if you did not play Chrome Mox or Mox Diamond)

Cast Nexus of Fate and pass turn to yourself. Enjoy your infinite turns!

Twister Loops

Cast Enter the Infinite (-12 mana)

Cast Mana Crypt (+2 mana)

Cast Mana Vault (-1 mana, 4 mana overall)

Cast Sol Ring (-1 mana, 5 mana overall)

Cast Sensei's Divining Top (-1 mana, 4 mana overall)

Cast Isochron Scepter imprinting Dramatic Reversal , and then activate it (-2, -2, 0 mana in pool)

You now have infinite mana (Colorless and useless if you did not play Chrome Mox or Mox Diamond)

Cast Hullbreacher and then Timetwister

Activate Isochron enough times to stack enough Sensei draw triggers to pick up your library

Now you're in a state where you can infinitely recast any spell in your deck, nobody else has cards in hand, and you can kinda do whatever. If you want to Reality Shift everyone's deck down to 0, you can.

Meta Packages

Cursed Totem & Crop Rot for Tabernacle are the wide anti-creature stax pieces. Rashmi can operate through a cursed totem, so if your meta is really green, its a good option that doesn't slow us down that much. Tabernacle is even crazier, it punishes dork/tymna decks and all kinds of commander dependant strats.

This list also leverages creature tutors and Collector Ouphe, but doesn't run Null Rod. We cant tutor Rod, it feeds dockside (though it makes the treasures inoperable), so I leaned harder into anti-artifact + anti-creature synergies. Cuz it means we can hate on every strategy in a meaninful way.

Even heavier anti-creature versions of my Rashmi list exist, notably "PolyNezahal", which has only Nezahal on board, leans into artifacts, and includes stuff like Oko and Narset to circumvent a lack of Hullbreacher.

FreyTheMagicPlayer on Thrasios/Tymna cEDH Decklist

1 month ago

Mcat1999

Hey! So there are actually various ways that this deck can win, and a lot of them don't require a whole lot of setup, just good tutoring and keeping the right cards. All 4 of the combos (Angel's Draw, Bomberman, Dramatic Scepter, and Thassa's Consultation), are win conditions. With Angel's Draw, you cast Angel's Grace first and just draw whatever you want with Ad Nauseam . Bomberman is an infinite mana combo because Auriok Salvagers lets you return Lion's Eye Diamond . Dramatic Scepter is also infinite mana as long as you have 3 mana in the form of mana rocks and mana dorks, you simply exile Dramatic Reversal with Isochron Scepter . Thassa's Consultation is (arguably) the easiest way to win the game, cause it only costs 3 mana and it's pretty hard to stop unless they have counterspells. Simply play Demonic Consultation and name a card that isn't in your deck, you'll exile your entire deck, and then play Thassa's Oracle and you win the game. Of course usually with infinite mana you'll just be drawing your entire deck out with Thrasios, Triton Hero and you'll usually be putting that infinite mana towards Walking Ballista .

Usually if you're wanting to win you'll be looking for 1-2 tutors in your hand, and a piece of a combo, that way you know how you're gonna do it. Aetherflux Reservoir isn't so much a win condition as it is a great way to bypass decks that eat at your life total, because you also tend to hurt yourself a lot. It just gives you some insurance so when you do finally cast that something big, if it gets stopped you at least have a backup.

As for ways to get to the combos, you'll be looking at any tutor of course, and Birthing Pod is an excellent choice for getting out a creature that you really don't wanna be countered. Usually before you win the game you'll want some form of insurance out on the battlefield, so if you have a win con in hand, the pod, and a one drop mana dork, I recommend using pod to get Grand Abolisher out, cause then they can't stop you from winning the game.

Finally, if you're in a situation where ballista isn't gonna win you the game and next turn you'll lose, or if you simply don't have a way to get oracle out or win by damage, there are ways to simply take over the game with things like Memory's Journey , Noxious Revival , and Windfall , or Timetwister . This is simply a combo that if you have infinite mana and Thrasios out, you'll be able to have infinite of every card in the deck, cause you get to shuffle your graveyard over and over again, and don't forget that if they destroy your infinite mana source at some point you can use Hullbreacher to generate some treasure tokens with this. All you have to do is use either Windfall or Timetwister, shuffle everything basically, draw your cards, use Noxious Revival to put it back on top of your library, draw it, use it again, then Memory's Journey to put Noxious and your card of choice back into the deck.

If you have any other questions, just let me know!

Happymaster19 on My Bestest Friends (UV Walker Control)

1 month ago

Went up against what I assume was a Time Vault / Manifold Key combo. I can’t recall my opening hand perfectly but my opponent lead with Underground Sea and Mox Jet into Ponder and Imperial Seal . I could have countered something but my general rule of thumb is to counter what is tutored rather than the tutor. Land, go. They mana rock into Timetwister which I assume is what they tutored as it would shuffle away anything else. I hit that with a Force of Negation and took the turn. Land, go. From there it was much slower. I got out Teferi, Time Raveler on turn 3 and Dovin, Hand of Control the following turn. Countered a Demonic Tutor and responded with Dack Fayden . Dack pulled us into a follow up Jace, the Mind Sculptor . At that point, they were low enough that we could ride Jace’s to deck management, maintaining our counters until Narset, Parter of Veils and Kasmina, Enigma Sage . We continued to keep our opponents top deck and our own managed, eventually completing the crew with Oko, Thief of Crowns coming down for an additional Fractal. Our opponent managed to pull a Tinker while we took the turn off but we had plenty of counters ready at that point and was able to stave off and go in the lethal offensive.

It was only one game but I would definitely have brought in Ashiok, Dream Render having seen Imperial Seal , Demonic Tutor , Tinker , and Tezzeret the Seeker .

legendofa on Most Expensive Decks

2 months ago

Like Caerwyn mentioned, Vintage is where the most expensive decks are. Most of them are solidly 40,000 USD, thanks to the ubiquitous Black Lotus , Mox set ( Pearl , Sapphire , Jet , Ruby , and Emerald ), Ancestral Recall , and Time Walk , plus Timetwister to fill out the Power Nine. Even the least expensive major Vintage deck, Dredge, can hit five digits, thanks to Bazaar of Baghdad .

So to find the most expensive decks here, search under the Vintage format and find decks with foils on everything that can be foiled. Playtest it and feel the power.

Caerwyn on Most Expensive Decks

2 months ago

I assume you mean actual decks, not joke decks designed to have the highest price possible?

Competitive Vintage decks can easily run $10,000+, even running the least expensive copies of cards.

Competitive EDH decks can also easily get over $3,000. Some run cards like Timetwister or The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale , which are two grand each.

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