Enduring Renewal


Play with your hand revealed.
If you would draw a card, reveal the top card of your library instead. If it's a creature card, put it into your graveyard. Otherwise, draw a card.
Whenever a creature is put into your graveyard from the battlefield, return it to your hand.

That which lasts longest serves best.

  Ice Age (ICE)

Illustrated by: Harold McNeill
Multiverse ID: 2683

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  • 2004-10-04
    Enduring Renewal only affects creature cards that are "drawn". It doesn't affect cards that are put into your hand from your library, or from anywhere else.
  • 2004-10-04
    If the creature is only a creature due to an effect, it still goes to your hand. This includes any way to animate a card.
  • 2004-10-04
    Token creatures cease to exist if they leave the battlefield, so this effect will not let you get them in your hand.
  • 2006-07-15
    The last ability is now a triggered ability, not a replacement effect. That means your opponent has the opportunity to remove the card from your graveyard while the triggered ability is still on the stack.
  • 2006-09-25
    Unless something weird happens, the card you draw as a result of the second ability will be the card you revealed.
  • 2006-09-25
    If, after the last ability triggers, the creature card is removed from your graveyard in response, it won't be returned to your hand.
  • 2008-04-01
    A "creature card" is any card with the type creature, even if it has other types such as artifact, enchantment, or land. Older cards of type summon are also creature cards.
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