Quicken {U}


The next sorcery card you cast this turn can be cast as though it had flash. (It can be cast any time you could cast an instant.)

Draw a card.

A skilled Izzet Chronarch can carry out an epic vendetta between the fall of one hourglass grain and the next.

Illustrated by Aleksi Briclot

Duel Cmdr.
Notes and Rules Information for Quicken:
  • Casting a copy of a sorcery card won’t “use up” Quicken’s effect because the copy isn’t a card. (2013-07-01)
  • After Quicken resolves, you can Suspend a sorcery in your hand any time you can cast an instant. As soon as you actually cast a sorcery, you lose this capability. (2006-09-25)
  • You don’t choose a sorcery card when Quicken resolves. Rather, this sets up a rule that is true for you until the turn ends or until you cast a sorcery card, even if you cast that sorcery at a time you normally could. (2006-02-01)
  • If you cast multiple Quickens on the same turn, they’ll all apply to the very next sorcery spell you cast. (2006-02-01)