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Adarkar Wastes Discussion
1 week ago
Unfortunately, going infinite with Wispweaver Angel doesn't out right win you the game. You need something like Impact Tremors for infinite damage or Altar of the Brood for infinite mill to actually win. Drowner of Hope + Eldrazi Displacer does go infinite with Panharmonicon, but this is the only infinite combo in the deck that wins.
To really make sure you have colorless mana for displacer you should play evolving wilds to get the Wastes or play pain lands like Adarkar Wastes.
Inspiring Statuary shines best with spells that have in their mana cost like Ribbons or are very large and colorless like Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger otherwise I don't think it's worth it. Not to mention that you are having to run bad artifacts like Ornithopter to make it work with no payoff.
Not sure how good Gifts is in the deck since you have no graveyard synergy and with that being said your opponent is always going to put the best cards in the yard and you have no way of getting them back. To make Gifts works you would want some specific cards like Noxious Revival and Unburial Rites.
With Gonti as your only black card, you could just go and make it easier on your mana base.
Cards that could go better with Panharmonicon
Wall of Omens>Wall of Denial
Felidar Guardian>Wispweaver Angel
2 weeks ago
I think that including Sleight of Hand was pretty smart. I immediately recall Bruce Lee's coin swap trick upon seeing its inclusion. Now I'm starting to think about including Hydromorph Guardian in my deck to represent his famous "be like water" speech.
Also, I never noticed until now that the Ice Age art for Adarkar Wastes could easily be viewed as a snowy, Chinese tundra. Just look at that weapon! That's straight out of a Shaolin monastery, I reckon.
This is definitely more functional than mine, but there's plenty of flavor for a spell-slinger like myself to enjoy--a fine balance, I think. Well done!
3 weeks ago
Kudos for not going with Superfriends. I enjoy them from time to time, but she really drove them into the ground.
Are you looking to stay with... generic counters good stuff? Or do you wanna focus it into a lean mean killing machine? As much as budget allows for of course...
Since you're not running a large amount of land fetching cards, you should be safe with running some multicolored etb tapped lands. Notably the tricolor, pain, and check lands and maybe the temples as they're all pretty cheap (Seaside Citadel, Adarkar Wastes, Glacial Fortress, Temple of Enlightenment, etc)
Also I see you've got Simic's but you should definitely look into picking up the other 5 usable Signets in your colors.
That's all I feel safe with suggesting to start with without a goal you'd like to accomplish, but hopefully you enjoy playing her. I'm a theme junkie myself and went a... "100%" Phyrexia deck version if that inspires anything for ya. Rise of the Praetors.
1 month ago
1 month ago
Adarkar Wastes Temur Battle Rage maybe Vandalblast instead of shattering spree Vivid Crag Vivid Creek Vivid Meadow Glacial Fortress Sulfur Falls Clifftop Retreat Prairie Stream Irrigated Farmland Port Town
1 month ago
2 months ago
Hinder and Spell Crumple honestly aren't that great any longer since the tuck rule is gone (if a Commander would be tucked away into a library, they can choose to put it into the Command Zone now). Counterspell is a straight upgrade to one of those slots (tutor heavy decks would prefer the card being in the library versus the graveyard, plus 1 mana less), and Swan Song might be a good idea for the other as no one cares about 2/2 birds in a 40 life format.
Cyclonic Rift should be in. Overloading that gives you a late game option to swing in and claim a victory when you otherwise would have been behind. As for what to remove, Dovin Baan is cute but not really very good (his ultimate is Static Orb, but you could just run Static Orb if you want to be Stax Derevi as his other abilities aren't that great at once per turn for 4 mana).
Small creatures that grow or have evasion are great with Derevi. Pride of the Clouds is likely better than some of your other creatures.
Coastal Piracy is cute, but Rhystic Study would either draw you more cards or slow your opponents down: Both aspects are better for you.
It seems odd to run Perilous Forays in a list that doesn't make tokens over, say, Dawn's Reflection, which would net you 3 extra mana every time a creature of yours hits an opponent. Forays costs mana to use, as well, so you can't even properly loop Reveillark/Karmic Guide + a 2 power creature like you could, say, Martyr's Cause.
Also, you have Eldrazi Displacer as your blink enabler, but you don't have enough colorless sources or tutors to find those aforementioned sources. The only land you have that produces colorless mana is Reliquary Tower, and you have no way to tutor that card. The only other things in the whole deck that make colorless mana are Ashnod's Altar and Sol Ring, at least that I am seeing at a cursory glance. So, my suggestion is to add Adarkar Wastes, Brushland, and Yavimaya Coast to the mana base. Wooded Bastion, Mystic Gate, and Flooded Grove are easier to use, but also more expensive. In any place, 3-5 of these lands should replace things like Meandering Coast, Guildgates, etc., so that you increase the likelihood of being able to use Eldrazi Displacer if you draw it (because that diamond symbol means that you need colorless mana plus two of any other type). otherwise, switch Displacer to Deadeye Navigator as he's easier to use without changing your mana base right now.
2 months ago
I feel like Darksteel Ingot is just odd here. It doesn't draw a card and it costs 3 mana, there are far better ways to be throwing mana around, I would take a look at Sigil of Distinction. I also feel the Glacial Fortress is an off card. While not being more expensive, Adarkar Wastes is strictly better. It always comes in untapped and you aren't ever worried about a single point of damage for needing colored mana. I run this deck as well and to add a little resilience it's best to have a backup plan for sideboard hate. Specifically in Leyline of Sanctity. Goblin Gaveleer is an excellent option for this. Any way you slice it, Mox Opal really is needed to make this competitive, but I like the idea for a budget option.