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Adarkar Wastes Discussion
4 days ago
If you want to stay budget, i wouldn't change anything. In main deck.
Budget wise, i don't think that Blinkmoth Nexus is best way to spent that money. I would first upgrade the landbase and sideboard(I tell more about it later) and then start to get more utility lands which you want few more (Blinkmoth Nexus+Inventors' Fair). First get your set of Hallowed Fountains and perhaps couple copies of Adarkar Wastes.
And then about sideboard.
Your sideboard plan tries to be clever but i have to doubt it.
Oblivion Ring Ehh it's fine
These suggestions are not the most budget friendliest but it's Modern, you have to be prepared for certain decks.
Relic of Progenitus Always good sideboard card, play at least few.
Hurkyl's Recall Bit pricy one but totally worth it. There are few very popular artifact based decks.
Padeem, Consul of Innovation Surprisingly good one and very cheap, is much more effective against control than own counter spells.
Blessed Alliance Helps to remove bigger things that out race you and lifegain against burn is always good.
Those all are good sideboard cards for budget overall, there is much more to consider of course but i won't make this list too long for now.
And then, get your playset of Path to Exile, it is so good that it immediately makes deck much stronger. Not being able to remove opposing threats will cost you games.
If you are able to upgrade the deck, get the Paths first, then balancing between landbase and sideboard upgrades. Modern isn't cheap format, i know. And of course it all depends how serious you play, if you just do FNMs it really doesn't matter what you play. Though there will be meta decks even in FNMs.
If you want more help add me in chat!
Have fun and good draws!
1 week ago
Your mana base is not consistent enough to make the deck work fast enough (in playtesting I always had problems with the mana).
You need more dual lands, not expensive ones, such as Caves of Koilos super cheap and effective a full list of cards Id recommend going into the land slots being:
To speed up the deck as well you could also include one or two more mana rocks, Thran Dynamos Iconic Masters version is currently about $2.5
Also if you wanted too you could base the deck around a recursion combo with Second Sunrise and Devouring Greed, just find a way to recurr the two spells, add some cheap tutor effects (Diabolic Tutor, Increasing Ambitionand boom
2 weeks ago
Well the two first and most obvious cuts are definitely going to be tabernacle and timetwister. They're by no means required and very expensive.
I've never really experimented with a budget list before since this is my own personal list. I'll just throw some stuff out that is probably the most reasonable cuts on a budget.
Force of Will and Mana Drain are excellent, but cuttable on a budget. That power level isn't required for 75% games anyway.
You might have to cut some of the expensive rocks like mox diamond and grim monolith. I'd replace them with weaker stuff like Sky Diamond and perhaps Marble Diamond. Thran Dynamo might be a decent monolith replacement as a rock that goes infinite with dramatic scepter on its own.
You'd likely have to cut some of the tutors like Transmute Artifact For a 75% meta I'd try cuttin them for raw card advantage spells. Perhaps like Fact or Fiction.
If some of the stax pieces like back to basics are considered too punishing or unfun I guess you could reeplace them with softer stax like tangle wire or blind obedience. Blind obedience has nice synergy with dramatic scepter.
Probably the most essential components are the core stax plan, especially the linvala effects and the large mana denial plans. If your playgroup isn't okay with mana denial, you may want to substitute those cards to be more voltronesque with powerful equipment like jitte and batterskull + stoneforge mystic. This deck can certainly have a different plan for a lower powered environment, but it's important you don't dilute your gameplan with too many conflicting strategies since uw is inherently pretty inconsistent.
If there's anything in particular you're looking for substitutions for beyond that feel free to message again and I'll offer suggestions.
1 month ago
Hi! Fun deck in my favorite tri-color combo! Let's see if I cant't help ya out!
usually I give suggestions for decks as a whole, but seeing how your mana base is just basics, I'll focus on that instead so as not to info dump haha
This is the basic template for a mana base that I use. It's consistent but not optimal; it gets the job done.
this list will run you around $50, which is very budget relatively but I understand if that's too much for you at the moment. Investing in your mana base is the safest thing to invenst in because you can use all of these for any other Jeskia build, or scrap the parts for 1-2 other multicolor decks. If you stick with this deck forever that's okay too, because even though you may change the decks' parts, strategy, and synergies, your mana base will remain relatively intact.
Shivan Reef x1
Sulfur Falls x1
5x other utility lands, specific to your commander/strategy
Hope that helps you! Good luck!
2 months ago
Ok here we go. Since I'm such a nice guy I've taken the liberty of making your draft chaff better.
Here are the lands that could realistically be added to this deck:
Utility LandsScavenger Grounds:I dont mind if you dont use this one
Academy Ruins:Seems good with the combo being artifacts
Buried Ruin:See academy ruins
Hall of the Bandit Lord:Haste-y brago? Your choice.
Since the win con is infinite blinks we need to make sure we have what we need to win with that also the there's still some blink creatures you "need":
Spreading Seas:Disrupts and is good with infinite blinks, kills things like Gaea's cradle and such.
Sensei's Divining Top:More Broken Shit
Venser, Shaper Savant:Better as a creature honestly.
Snapcaster Mage:Nough said.
Prophetic Prism: I was kind of thinking of this one. Don't overlook it.
Whir of Invention:Just yes. Your mana base can probably already support it, but with the new lands for shuure.
Ill continue this some other time Im too tired to continue
2 months ago
I have a large amount of new additions for wants, so I have updated again after some trades. Looking to work on/finish 3 EDH Projects. Here is what I need most.
I would also like to say I may be willing to work out a trade for Karn if anyone wants to work out a deal for ~$55 worth of cards off Star City, Card Kingdom, or TCG Player, but that's another story, Otherwise I can look at binders.
For Edgar EDH:
Plenty of other Vamps, just ask/I will look through binders
3 months ago
Also I'd like to point out that you have no way of activating Dimensional Infiltrator's ability. He requires specifically colorless mana, which none of your lands can make. Adarkar Wastes Can fix that problem though!
3 months ago
You're two cards short - the current total is 99, which includes two copies of Ascended Lawmage, just FYI.
Your mana ramp package is non-existent. I'd probably run Sol Ring, Azorius Signet, maybe Fellwar Stone, Thought Vessel and Worn Powerstone at a minimum. Your colours don't ramp too well on their own, so you'll need all the help you can get with speeding up your mana curve.
You're running a lot of instants, particularly counterspells, so perhaps consider Baral, Chief of Compliance to reduce costs and loot you new cards?