Walk the Aeons

Walk the Aeons

Sorcery

Buyback—Sacrifice three Islands. (You may sacrifice three Islands in addition to any other costs as you play this spell. If you do, put this card into your hand as it resolves.)

Target player takes an extra turn after this one.

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Walk the Aeons Discussion

RambIe on Deck challange

2 months ago

I can cut the basics for non-basic, but we need islands on the board to loop Walk the Aeons
Your 24/49
We wouldn't need titans blessing gets the job done

multimedia on Processing Throat Pain with Yuriko

3 months ago

Hey, well done so far on a budget for your first Commander deck.

Command Tower, Sol Ring, Arcane Signet are some budget staples to consider adding. Some budget Rogues to consider adding:

Budget cards that have high CMC, but can be cast for much less mana then their CMC are good with Yuriko. They can do lots of damage by revealing them with Yuriko and then cast them later on for less mana.

Dig and Cruise have Delve which lets you exile cards from your graveyard to reduce the colorless mana of the casting cost. Discovery/ Dispersal is a Split card and the CMC of it is the combined cost of both sides. It has a CMC of 7 and you can choose to cast either side, but only one side. The other two cards have Aftermath and just like Split cards the CMC is the combined cost of both sides. Commit / Memory has a CMC of 10. You first cast Commit, then if you want to can cast Memory from your graveyard, but then exile the card.


More budget cards that can let you manipulate the top card of your library give more control over what card you can reveal with Yuriko.

Brainstorm is powerful for one mana instant because if you have a high CMC card in your hand you can draw three cards and then put that card on top of your library before you attack.

Walk the Aeons and Notorious Throng are budget extra turn spells to have another turn to attack again. Throng works with Rogues when any Rogue does damage to a player you can cast Throng for it's Prowl cost to create Faerie Rogues and take an extra turn.

If interested in any of these suggestions I offer more advice including cuts to consider. Good luck with your deck.

multimedia on

4 months ago

Hey, with so many small deathtouch and unblockable creatures consider Edric, Spymaster of Trest as Commander? Like Aesi, Edric is also a repeatable source of drawing cards, but the way you draw cards is better with your deck's overall strategy attacking. With Edric you want little creatures who have evasion to attack to make it easier to do combat damage to opponents to draw cards.

Your deck name is Land Rush, but there's a disconnect between that name and what's in your deck. You only have four cards that care about landfall and you don't have any repeatable ways to get lands from your hand onto the battlefield. Lands isn't the strategy here.

Aesi is six mana before it does anything and that's too much mana compared to the rest of the cards in your deck. You would be off playing a lower mana cost Commander and use mana when you might cast Aesi to instead cast Beastmaster Ascension or Walk the Aeons or other cards that can make your army of little creatures much more powerful attackers.

Very little is needed to change your deck to be good with Edric, but a lot is needed to have Aesi as Commander.

If interested I offer more advice including help with the change to Edric or if you want to still use Aesi then I also offer more advice. Good luck with your deck.

multimedia on Fractal: The Gathering

6 months ago

Hey, good start and interesting budget version of Vorel. I think you have the right idea with cards such as Stadium, Nexus, Ascension, Kasmina and Zone. The drawback of Fractals is they lack evasion therefore if building around them then consider cards to give your creatures evasion?

If attacking with Fractals is a main strategy then consider cards that can give you extra turns?

Could expand on other ways to get value from being able to double counters with Vorel.

Good luck with your deck.

Metachemist on Why is WotC Not Allowing …

8 months ago

So, it's worth pointing out in the four days since I wrote the last comment I lost a Commander game due to a mono-blue player going off for infinite turns with Walk the Aeons

multimedia on phantom postmotion

8 months ago

Hey, good upgrades so far of the precon on a budget. Nice upgrades of Guardian, Peregrine, Lavinia, Jailer, Dignitary, Reflector, Swords, Counterspell.

Brago + Strionic Resonator + Sol Ring is infinite blink by copying the combat damage to player trigger of Brago. Another budget combo is Brago + Archaeomancer + Walk the Aeons for infinite turns by repeatedly recurring Aeons with Archaeomancer. Aeons is reprinted in the newest set Time Spiral Remastered thus I expect it will fall in price a week after when the set is released, it's already down to $5 at TCGPlayer.


You can take real advantage of Brago's ability to blink some budget enchantments.

Some other budget cards to consider adding:

If interested I offer more advice including cuts to consider. Good luck with your deck.

DemonDragonJ on Why is WotC Not Allowing …

8 months ago

I now that this thread has been inactive, but I had another question: Walk the Aeons has buyback, so it can be reused, but its buyback cost is very strict, requiring the sacrifice of lands, rather than payment of life or mana or the sacrificing of creatures; was that deliberate, to prevent it from being too easy to reuse?

greyninja on Land based edh

9 months ago

Cool idea for a thread! My Muldrotha, the Gravetide deck has many ways to loop extra turns. A couple involve lands, which not everyone expects. I've succeeded in both of these at least once. They take a bit of set up, but very satisfying overall.


Phyrexian Tower to sac Archaeomancer . Muldrotha, the Gravetide allows you to recast Archaeomancer , bringing back Temporal Manipulation . Take the extra turn and do it again! Requires seven mana plus Phyrexian Tower ; which is a crucial piece of the puzzle


Walk the Aeons and sac three Island s. Crucible of Worlds and Azusa, Lost but Seeking allow you to loop this to infinity. This is a more commonly known combo.


Honorable mention to Sylvan Awakening which I run in one of my omnath decks. Card is rowdy late game!

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