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Does this function the way I think it does with Opalescence where my enchantment / creatures always come back?
Posted By: solo5 (5/17/2010 4:11:27 AM)
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This plus Krark-Clan Ironworks plus a card such as Ornithopter or Heap Doll makes infinite colourless mana. Add in Thopter Foundry for infinite life and tokens perhaps. Plus Heap Doll's anti graveyard ability is reusable with Enduring Renewal in play.
Posted By: Zarcron (7/11/2010 6:26:28 AM)
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Actually, Ideatog, Opalescence does create enchantment looping. As a creature goes to the graveyard, it maintains it's characteristics from the battlefield until it is in your graveyard. If someone bolted my oblivion ring, for instance, O-ring remains a creature until it is in the graveyard. This means that O-ring is a creature when "it is put into your graveyard," and would thus trigger Enduring Renewal.
Posted By: Arglypuff (11/21/2010 1:14:38 AM)
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Heartless Summoning, Perilous Myr. Right? Three card, infinite damage combo on turn four?
Posted By: PhilosophyGuy (1/26/2012 4:01:43 PM)
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When Enduring Renewal was fairly new, and there was a lot of controversey surrounding it because it made many infinite combos possible, I built a deck based around it to see how easy it was to actually pull it off. A couple of the infinite combo engines involved sacrificing an Ornithopter over and over to a Fallen Angel or Ashnod's Altar. I included Vigilant Martyr to protect the main combo piece (and it could protect my creatures as well). I believe I had reanimators such as Animate Dead or Resurrection to get around Enduring Renewal's drawback. I recall using Ball Lightnings as well, for some obvious synergy with the deck's centerpiece. It turned out to be harder to pull off infinite combos than I thought, the simplest ones involving 3 cards, and I changed my mind about Enduring Renewal being insanely broken. It takes some time to set everything up, and your opponent can make a lot of things go wrong ... (see all)
Posted By: DrJack (7/22/2012 7:14:19 PM)
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Enduring renewl
grinding station
onithopter
Silly mill combo ?
Posted By: Dayne80 (2/6/2010 8:27:12 PM)
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2 mogg fanatics and a deathrender.
Posted By: Tommy9898 (2/23/2010 9:59:13 PM)
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Run with Phyrexian Altar, and cards like Devout Monk.
Posted By: mrredhatter (10/7/2009 6:35:01 AM)
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Card of the Day - January 01, 2008
Time Spiral “timeshifted”. Of all the cards on the Time Spiral timeshifted sheet, Enduring Renewal was the one that worried R&D the most, and it was almost pulled from the set due to power level concerns. The first time around, the card had been abused with 0-cost creatures and Goblin Bombardment in an Extended deck called Fruity Pebbles (incidentally spawning a succession of cereal-related deck names such as Cocoa Pebbles, Trix, Full English Breakfast, and, debatably, Life). The fear was that a similar deck could arise – in Standard, no less – using Wild Cantor and Grapeshot. Ultimately, though, Enduring Renewal was unleashed on the world… only to find that Dragonstorm had beaten it to the breakfast table in the deck that won the 2006 World Championships.
Posted By: liir007 (8/21/2009 5:31:56 PM)
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This goes against the spirit of Timeshifted cards because it is missing the original flavor text on the Ice Age version.
Posted By: iandustrial (8/10/2009 8:31:44 AM)
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