Verity Circle

Verity Circle


Whenever a creature an opponent controls becomes tapped, if it isn't being declared as an attacker, you may draw a card.

: Tap target creature without flying.

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Set Rarity
Ravnica Allegiance (RNA) Rare

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Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Arena Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Standard Legal
Pioneer Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Brawl Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Verity Circle occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.01%

Verity Circle Discussion

Exxie97 on Zur's Rebellion ($20 Budget)

2 weeks ago

@king-saproling Glad to hear you enjoyed the deck and thanks for the suggestions. I haven’t actually touched this deck in over a year now, but now might be the time to dig it back out. There is also a good chance I’ll be upgrading the super budget to normal budget (lol, almost all the mana rocks I included are over a dollar now).
I like the little tap theme you suggested, I think it fits quite well and being able to cash in with Verity Circle give the deck a solid reason run with it.
I didn’t even know that a rebel aura existed, I’ll definitely try it out along with Crib Swap.

king-saproling on Zur's Rebellion ($20 Budget)

2 weeks ago

This is really impressive! Super unique and interesting deck for such a tight budget. Zur and the enchantments he can grab provide a really nice framework for rebels to thrive in. Great idea!

What do you think of Verity Circle + Blind Obedience? Could even toss in a Rathi Trapper or Errant Doomsayers for an extra draw per round while disrupting opps. Amoeboid Changeling + Rebel Informer is another fun Rebel-themed control engine.

You might like these too: Bound in Silence, Oppression, Kaho, Minamo Historian, Crib Swap (can be recycled with Lin Sivvi!), Nameless Inversion, Curator's Ward, Flickerform, Coalition Flag, Mirrormade. It's a shame Training Grounds is so pricey, but maybe it'll get a reprint someday?

TolarianScientist on Big Brain Plays - [[Primer]]

3 weeks ago

The deck is cool (the primer is pure comedy, lol), but I think it draws too little cards. I'd definitely add Mystic Remora and also Verity Circle, paying cumulative upkeep won't be a problem for the first one and, with a bunch of mana, tapping stuff and drawing cards looks legit on the second one.

Virgin green players also add Mirri's Guile, but it doesn't draw cards so it's meh.

Since you have 24 creatures also Finale of Devastation will come through with solid ones.

Feebs24 on Thassa, Deep-Dwelling Flickering

4 weeks ago

Thassa's Oracle seems like a great add due to its versatility as a combo and value piece. Definitely going to be an addition to the deck

Gadwick, the Wizened seems like a great mana sink, since the deck doesn't have many of them, and with all of the mana rocks it seems like X can get very big very fast. I am still contemplating whether or not to add Verity Circle , but Gadwick, the Wizened might be strong enough with it to make me add it.

Leyline of Anticipation is a generally good card but since Thassa's ability triggers on your end step, I think that you would want to play most of your good etb creatures on your turn, effectively removing most of the value of it.

Gilded Drake is an overall great card for blue, but it is quite expensive and it doesn't interact with our flickering due to it leaving our control when it enters. But, it might be able to work in the deck simply because of how strong its ability is. Honestly, I think that having it is up to your preference of the card or if you care about cost or not.

DandiCze on Thassa, Deep-Dwelling Flickering

1 month ago

Hi, i have done some testing, so i am back with new suggestions...

Thassa's Oracle This should be really good as win condition with your combo. Laboratory Maniac would probably work too, but i don't like about him that he is useless without combo. Thassa's Oracle can at least filter top of your library.

Gadwick, the Wizened He would be better if you play Verity Circle , but still X draw in creature is good for you, when you play so many options how to return it to your hand and works well with infinite mana.

Leyline of Anticipation because why not, right? But i understand if you don't want to play main stream cards.

Gilded Drake - you don't like him or is he just expensive?

FioraWu on Sygg, River Cutthroat - CEDH

1 month ago

I love this, but I simply don't understand the inclusion of Verity Circle , and the exclusion of Painful Quandary and Words of Waste .

Feebs24 on Thassa, Deep-Dwelling Flickering

1 month ago

DandiCze Thank you for giving feedback for the deck. Floodgate , Scourge of Fleets , Willbreaker , and Chamber of Manipulation seem like excellent additions to the deck that I had not thought of. Verity Circle and also seems like a good add, but I think that I would need to playtest more with them to see if they could find a permanent place in the deck. The Kederekt Leviathan has a good etb ability, but I think that it impacts us too much for it to be good. Especially when a decent chunk of our mana comes from mana rocks I think that other players would be able to rebuild their boards a lot faster, leaving us in the dust.

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