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Dominus of Fealty
Don't use it on him, but on the creatures you steal. Exile them with the Closet before you have to give them back. They come back as a new instance of the creature under your control permanently. Voila - you just scored a new friend... in the closet.
Posted By: Raexs (5/9/2013 8:55:47 PM)


I hate that feeling when you wake up in the morning, open your closet to get dressed and a Thragtusk falls out with a half dozen beasts in tow.
Posted By: Reishyn (2/9/2013 6:18:28 AM)


Besides the excellent interaction with Springjack Shepherd, you can use it with Ranger of Eos to pull out all of your one-drops and with Knight of the White Orchid to grab lands from your deck if you're running behind.
Posted By: Cousin_Istvan (3/4/2013 1:01:27 AM)


Buddy of mine uses this in some interesting ways in his Selesnya deck. Bounce Trostani's Summoner or something similar and get tons of creatures, or, if you have a Serra Avatar and Trostani, Selesnya's Voice out gives you a constant life doubling. Take your pick.

I'm sure someone has come up with this already, but hey, why not.

Lavinia of the Tenth.

Posted By: ShatterPalm (6/5/2013 12:48:48 PM)


Armada Wurm is hilarious with this. ARMY OF DONGS
Posted By: Continue (10/26/2012 8:12:40 AM)


@PsychoDan - It wouldn't work on tokens; the whole ruling on tokens includes this passage:

"A token that has left the battlefield can’t move to another zone or come back onto the
battlefield." - Rule 110.5g

You're correct that state-based actions aren't checked until priority is passed, but this supersedes that ruling.

@Cowboygoneinsane - I believe that you could target the creature with both and, once the titan popped back in, the second one would send it away again, since the ability doesn't include the 'at end of turn' clause.
Posted By: Alsebra (8/22/2012 12:54:17 PM)


I play it in a green/white/red deck. Some petty nice cards I use are : Tyrant of Discord, Restoration Angel, Thragtusk, Huntmaster of the Fells, Armada Wurm, and Trostani, Selesnya's Voice. Slow start but hit hard at the end. Better in multi.
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Posted By: FaceClaimer (5/28/2013 1:21:32 PM)


Now Captivating Vampire has a closet to hide in...

I... mean, because he's a... common target of... spells... right?
Posted By: Ferlord (5/8/2012 3:55:34 PM)


@DeckMechanic: This works with Unearth to keep it on the battlefield; the necessity of exiling the creature went on the stack targeting a specific creature. When that creature is exiled and returned, it is returning as a "brand new" creature, and not the target of the requirement.

In other words, if you use Conjurer's Closet on an Unearthed creature then you get to keep the creature on the battlefield afterward since it technically is not creature that was Unearthed. Note you have to use the Conjurer's Closet on the creature BEFORE you use the exile condition that was triggered on as printed on the card.
Posted By: Logistican (4/19/2013 5:36:47 AM)


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@Alsebra I'm pretty sure it would work if the text said "it" instead of "that card".
Posted By: seahen (2/21/2014 6:17:55 AM)


Great in a deck with a lot of Threaten effects. If their guy survives combat, you get to keep him; if not then hopefully he went down swinging. In a similar vein, Vedalken Shackles lets you permanently steal one creature a turn.
Posted By: C5r1a5z0y (2/11/2014 8:09:59 PM)


Permanently keep the creatures you reanimate with Whip of Erebos!
Posted By: sky_fire (1/11/2014 4:29:02 PM)


I would almost use this in my bant creature ramp/ Venser flicker, but Venser does the job fine. If i built a deck with this, I would use Phyrexian Ingester or Exclusion Ritual for an exile each turn
Posted By: Belgarath123 (11/26/2013 2:00:23 PM)


I have to ask, what with all the talk of Aetherling and Obzedat, Ghost Council, how would this card interact with Whip of Erebos? Would it supersede it's trigger like the aforementioned cards or would the Whip still get rid of things permanently? It would trigger the "If it would leave the battlefield..." portion of the effect, but would the creature return only to get exiled again, or would it stick around when it came back?
Posted By: roninshinhan (10/9/2013 7:33:18 AM)


Wish I had a set so I could build a mono black deck around it and those lovely Devotion cards...
Posted By: Tbwulf (10/6/2013 10:52:25 AM)


I'm giving it five stars because the artwork and flavor make me want to start humming the theme to Quantum Leap every time I see it.

Oh, and it does a bunch of cool bouncy stuff too, but that's been covered pretty thoroughly.
Posted By: GalahadPC (10/3/2013 10:07:33 AM)


Not in standard format, but... Medomai the Ageless. That's just... Wow.
Posted By: Totema (9/25/2013 3:55:20 PM)


The timing is great for a deck that already uses Flickerwisps and Glimmerpoint Stags. Unlike many artifacts, this triggers at the end of your turn, so you get a use out of it they turn you play it. Presumably, every card in your deck benefits, but it gets better than that...

When used on a flickerwisp-type card, it brings it back too late for the end of battlefield clause to apply again that turn. So when the 'wisp comes back, you can pick one of your opponent's permanents to be gone for their entire turn. It is amazing how often they have one key land/creature/planeswalker/etc that they need on their turn...
Posted By: kiseki (8/9/2013 3:09:12 PM)


@Alsebra & Cowboygoneinsane - Nope, if a creature leaves the battlefield and returns it is treated as a different creature. If you target the same creature with the ability twice, the first will resolve and the second will have no valid target because the creature it targeted left the battlefield.
Posted By: SwordOfKaldra (7/18/2013 9:28:47 PM)


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