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@Ferlord, that "odd" body ensures that opponents using Blue's nemesis color will have to zap it at least twice. (Well, four times if we're being literal). They have to spend their own turn taking care of this bastard of a card instead of clearing your field on your turn.

Anyway, what an incredible card. One of the biggest wrenches you can throw in any enemy's plans, especially in the blue mirror match. With Teferi, you save your mana to counter their spells like normal. But wait! Instead of untapping and going on your way like normal, just throw your creature of choice on their turn so it's ready to beat face and/or activate its ability on yours.

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Posted By: Faralay (8/25/2011 10:21:23 PM)


My group has a house rule that the legend rule applies to this and Disruptive Student.
Posted By: Totema (1/14/2012 8:01:29 PM)


If no one ever responds to Timmyforever's posts, he will stop trying to be so ridiculous. Let's just ignore him. Unless someone knows where he lives, in that case we should punch him.
Posted By: niallcmurray86 (2/3/2013 2:07:14 PM)


Flash! Ah-ahhhhhh! Savior of the Multiverse!
Flash! Ah-ahhhhhh! He'll save every one of us!
Posted By: ThinkOriginal (3/12/2013 6:45:53 PM)


Knowledge Pool.

To clarify, Teferi makes it such that opponents may only cast spells at sorcery speed; that is, during their turn and on an empty stack. Whenever they cast a spell, Knowledge Pool kicks in, their spell is exiled, and they cannot cast another spell exiled by Knowledge Pool because it would no longer be at sorcery speed.

Unless an opponent has a game-winning board, or can cast something game-winning from anywhere but their hand, you have won.
Posted By: Continue (1/26/2013 3:51:41 PM)


I remember getting hold of a couple of Time Spiral boosters, about a year back. Opened them eagerly since there's a lot of rather awesome cards from that block. Secretly, I wanted this guy, but didn't hold out hope.

I pulled Lim-Dul the Necromancer and Thelon of Havenwood, and a FOIL Eron the Relentless. Very chuffed with such cool rares.

Then this guy came out of the last pack. The last pack, and it was right there.

Time Spiral was good to me. For that glorious act of bounty alone I give this guy a 5/5.
Posted By: psychichobo (6/12/2013 9:35:09 AM)


Dear Teferi,

As a {G} mage, I @#$%ing hate you, but damn do I ever respect you.
Posted By: tcollins (5/7/2012 2:04:10 PM)


Suspend? Cascaded spells? Ripple? Isochron scepter spell?

Teferi says NO to your shenanigans. None of those will resolve.

The classic guy to end of turn someone with. And the best? Tutorable with mystical teachings. This guy is not the best creature ever, but he's the ultimate silver bullet to many decks. He destroys control decks like it's nobody's business.
Posted By: Shiizu (11/15/2011 1:40:41 PM)


Timmyforever should leave gatherer for all eternity.
Posted By: atemu1234 (9/16/2012 5:36:37 PM)


Like what Evil Tactics said, probably the only one of the "newer" cards that I approve of being added... To be honest I was pumped for a reprint of Jeska or Seton, but whatever works!

Making me a solid Grand Arbiter Augustin IV deck and he's going straight into it. I bet they'd get pretty ***ed off with the arbiter as general and throwing down Teferi and Propaganda and his twin brother from another color, Ghostly Prison
Posted By: stoicnay07 (9/5/2011 2:25:59 AM)