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Wispweaver Angel


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Custom Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Kaladesh (KLD) Uncommon

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Wispweaver Angel

Creature — Angel


When Wispweaver Angel enters the battlefield, you may exile another target creature you control, then return that card to the battlefield under its owner's control.

Wispweaver Angel Discussion

SirQuixano on List of all infinite combos 2.0

1 month ago

Genesis Chamber + Felidar Guardian + Felidar Guardian for infinite Myr Tokens

Replace Genesis Chamber with Valor in Akros for infinite +1/+1 tokens

Replace Genesis Chamber with Soul Warden or a card with the same effect to get infinite life

You can replace one Felidar Guardian with Restoration Angel or Wispweaver Angel

You can replace both Felidar Guardian with Wispweaver Angel

This budget Deck of mine puts these all into action Sub $30 Flickering Frenzy

All these work in a single color (white), so its a little easier to pull of, as long as you have the mana and can survive till then.

SirQuixano on Myrball

1 month ago

Would recommend Genesis Chamber . Not only is it just good for myr swarm, but with Felidar Guardian and/or Wispweaver Angel (maybe with an added Restoration Angel , if these target a creature with the same exiling effect they do, they can keep flickering, creating infinite Myr tokens with genesis chamber. Why go for lots of myr when you can have all the myr?

SirQuixano on Myr combo

1 month ago

Neat Deck. If you want a second infinite combo, you can use Genesis Chamber with Felidar Guardian , Wispweaver Angel , or even Restoration Angel . With a genesis chamber in play, if you play two Felidars, a felidar and a wispweaver, two wispweavers, or a felidar and a restoration angel, they can repeatedly target each other, creating an infinite myrs. I'm guessing your first infinite combo is to have two myr galvanizers and either a paldium myr or two Gold Myrs?

SirQuixano on Flicker/Blink in Modern

1 month ago

You may want to have Felidar Guardian and/or Wispweaver Angel alongside one of Soul Warden , Genesis Chamber , or Valor in Akros for a late game infinite combo by causing two instaflickers to target each other infinitely, causing them to enter the battlefield infinitely, prompting such abilities.

SirQuixano on White Counters Lifegain

1 month ago

I would recommend Felidar Guardian and Wispweaver Angel to get more lifegain as well as create a combo for infinite life in the latergame, and cards like Valor in Akros and Genesis Chamber create an alternate win condition for the infinite combo while helping cards get big in the case of the former and getting chumpblockers who trigger soul warden in the latter. If you decide to make a sideboard, these may be some considerations.

VampiricTooter on Roony and the Blink Machine!

5 months ago

He goes infinite with some of the stuff in you deck. Gives you infinite etb triggers and infinite blink {blink a land and you have infinite mana} with Panharmonicon . Infinite etb triggers with Restoration Angel or Wispweaver Angel it’s kind of useful. Unless you don’t like infinite etb triggers.

Kogarashi on Can I go infinite with ...

10 months ago

Short answer: you're going to need another repeatable way to blink Faceless Butcher to go infinite.

Here's the breakdown:

  • You cast Faceless Butcher. Butcher enters, ETB targets Storm Crow, and Crow is exiled.

  • You cast Wispweaver Angel. Angel enters, ETB targets Butcher. Butcher leaves (LTB goes on stack), then comes back (ETB goes on stack, targeting Angel). ETB resolves, exiling the Angel. LTB then resolves, and Crow comes back.

  • Then you use Aminatou, the Fateshifter's -1 to blink Butcher. Butcher leaves (LTB trigger), then comes back (ETB trigger, targeting Crow for lack of another target). ETB resolves, Crow leaves. LTB then resolves, and the Angel comes back, and its ETB goes on the stack targeting the Butcher.

  • Angel trigger resolves, and the Butcher leaves (LTB trigger), then comes back (ETB trigger, targeting Angel). ETB resolves, and the Angel is exiled. LTB resolves, and the Crow comes back.

This is where the cycle stops, because Storm Crow can't blink Faceless Butcher, and you're out of activations for Aminatou (unless you're running Oath of Teferi, but then you only get one more cycle). So it's not infinite yet. You'll need another creature that can blink Faceless Butcher so that you can keep bouncing it and returning it.

If you add in Altar of the Brood, with the above setup you're going to mill 8 cards due to 8 counts of permanents entering the battlefield under your control. If you can go infinite, then you'll mill everyone out, and each of them will lose as soon as they have to draw a card.

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