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I have already attempted a blue/black control deck with this card. It pairs nicely with underworld dreams. With Mind Sculpter and Liliana out, this deck is bonkers. Time Reversal, opponent loses 7 life, Liliana's tutor to find Time reversal, rinse and repeat. The biggest trouble I have had with the proxy is RDW. Replacing cancel with wall of frost makes for lots of RDW sadness in Type II.
Posted By: Rigorousbean (7/11/2010 6:26:28 AM)


Hrm, this with Selective Memory seem like they should combo in some way.
Posted By: n00bmag1 (7/15/2010 2:09:01 AM)


Helloooooo Sword of War and Peace. I'll gain 7 life, you'll lose 7.
Posted By: LiXinjian (5/16/2011 7:39:46 AM)


This is what a mythic SHOULD be. Global, dramatic effect, decent casting cost, interesting to try to build a strategy around.

Cards like this make you feel clever.

Cards like BS Angel and G Titan make you feel poor.
Posted By: Wulfsten (6/1/2011 2:04:40 PM)


So....most of you have never played Timetwister? Ok, here's why it's broken:

Turn 1, fast mana, play out my hand, draw seven new cards. I have a full board and hand, opponent has....7 cards in hand, just like they did before.

In Standard, yeah, it doesn't happen that fast, especially at 5 mana. But with Lotus Cobras and Bops, you could easily throw this thing down turn 3.
Posted By: SereneChaos (6/30/2011 7:54:37 AM)


When you can consistently cast this spells like this, having cards like Swords to Plowshares is just unfair to your opponent. You keep getting back Swords to Plowshares. Your opponent's deck starts to run out of creatures.
Posted By: DacenOctavio (6/12/2011 8:31:11 AM)



It's clearly Tim.
Posted By: EternalPhi (7/5/2011 4:52:58 PM)


This card is fun when paired with Underworld Dreams and Hive Mind in a multiplayer game (ie - two other opponents = instant win out of nowhere).
Posted By: SpuddLink (7/12/2011 12:30:23 PM)


If i'm not mistaken they already once tried to make a balanced version of Timetwister.
Yet the cost of 5BlueBlue for Temporal Cascade appeared to be a bit overcautious to me.
But then again, this card was possibly just inspired by Timetwister since both effects were seperated there and would only get combined by paying further 2 for the entwine cost.

However, this remake certainly appears more interesting and playable.

(On a side note, Evo Ragus seems to mix up pessimism and realism.)
Posted By: Mode (7/9/2010 7:22:07 AM)


I have a hilarious combo for this card, albeit a stupidly mana-intensive one. The thought of it amuses me nonetheless. Ingredients you will need: a Venser's Journal, a Consecrated Sphinx, and this card. You cast this, shuffle your hand and graveyard into your library, then draw 7 cards. Your opponent does the same. The Sphinx allows you to draw 2 cards for every 1 your opponent draws, so you draw another 14.

Congratulations! You are now the proud owner of a hand of 21 cards, none of which you have to discard, because of Venser's Journal. If you have a Leyline of Anticipation on the battlefield you can pull this routine at the end of your opponent's go, then immediately gain 21 life on your upkeep. Hahaha.
Posted By: Kodanshi (3/27/2011 2:08:56 PM)