Heliod, the Radiant Dawn // Heliod, the Warped Eclipse (March of the Machine #293)
Heliod, the Radiant Dawn // Heliod, the Warped Eclipse (March of the Machine #293)

Heliod, the Radiant Dawn {2}{W}{W}

Legendary Enchantment Creature — God

When Heliod, the Radiant Dawn enters the battlefield, return target enchantment card that isn’t a God from your graveyard to your hand.

{3}{U/P}: Transform Heliod, the Radiant Dawn. Activate only as a sorcery. ({U/P} can be paid with either {U} or 2 life.)


Heliod, the Warped Eclipse

Color Indicator: White and Blue Legendary Enchantment Creature — Phyrexian God

You may cast spells as though they had flash.

Spells you cast cost {1} less to cast for each card your opponents have drawn this turn.


Illustrated by Jason A. Engle

Notes and Rules Information for Heliod, the Radiant Dawn // Heliod, the Warped Eclipse:
  • The “as though they had flash” effect applies only to casting spells. It does not, for example, change when you may activate abilities that can be activated “only as a sorcery.” (2023-04-14)
  • The last ability of Heliod, the Warped Eclipse doesn’t change the mana cost or mana value of any spell. It changes only the total cost you pay. (2023-04-14)
  • That ability can’t reduce the amount of colored mana you pay for a spell. It reduces only the generic mana component of that cost. (2023-04-14)
  • If there are additional costs to cast a spell, or if the cost to cast a spell is increased by an effect (such as the one created by Thalia, Guardian of Thraben’s ability), apply those increases before applying cost reductions. (2023-04-14)
  • The cost reduction can apply to alternative costs such as flashback costs. (2023-04-14)
  • If a spell you cast has {X} in its mana cost, you choose the value of X before calculating the spell’s total cost. For example, if a spell’s mana cost is {X}{R} and your opponents have drawn two cards this turn, you could choose 5 as the value of X and pay {3}{R} to cast the spell. (2023-04-14)