Astral Cornucopia


Format Legality
Noble Legal
Hero Legal
Heirloom Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
MTGO Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Commander 2016 (C16) Rare
Born of the Gods (BNG) Rare

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Astral Cornucopia


Astral Cornucopia enters the battlefield with X charge counters on it.

: Choose a color. Add one mana of that color to your mana pool for each charge counter on Astral Cornucopia.

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Astral Cornucopia Discussion

CChaos on Bend to Our Will

6 days ago

Thank you for provided suggestions SlavicGhaespar.

Astral Cornucopia - I believe this card was originally included in this deck (I bought the pack), if true then I likely replaced it with Chromatic Lantern as it is a better card for multi-coloured decks. Sure Astral Cornucopial eventually ramps with proliferate but that is primarily if Atraxa is out on the field untouched; still it only produces 1 colour.

Sage of Hours - Great card but I think I do not have any targeted spell effects in this deck, the reason being it aims to control the field of opponent creatures as I pull out my planeswalkers.

Corpsejack Menace - Perfect for 1/1 counter decks, but this Atraxa deck is based on stax and superfriends.

Fathom Mage - Drawing more cards is always great but the large amount of creatures with 1 or 2 power in this deck makes "Evolve" not a good ability to use.


I eventually decided against using Ichor Rats as infect isn't a priority in this deck, if it was I'd have many infect creatures/spells. The idea of having a second Atraxa to build a 1/1 counter and infect deck is intriguing but expensive. Anyways, Priests of Norn will remain as it is a defensive creature with infect.

SlavicGhaespar on Bend to Our Will

6 days ago

Astral Cornucopia, Sage of Hours, Corpsejack Menace are all great to go with Atraxa, Fathom Mage can draw you lots of cards. Also, some of the Praetors seem useless, along with Deploy the Gatewatch since you run really low number of planeswalkers.

Shimtalia on Chain of Command

3 weeks ago

Bimonthly update as follows:

In - Astral Cornucopia

Out - Marchesa's Decree

elyria on Atraxa's Mystery Box

1 month ago

I'd recommend Chromatic Lantern and Astral Cornucopia for color troubles. What I love particularly with the cornucopia is that you can put a single counter on it and Atraxa can make it bigger for you.

Elopsm on Cascade, Cascade, Cascade...

2 months ago

Amulet of Vigor as addition to the Budget Manabase to get your lands into play untapped

Maybe also add Trinket Mage to find it (also finds Sol Ring or Astral Cornucopia

Xanins on Ramos Maelstrom Ultimatum

2 months ago

Bojuka would be my preferred option, sort of. I just wish it wasn't a slow land. :/

I might just sideboard a Tormod's Crypt, and leave it at that.

I love this deck but it's so difficult to fit in all the things I want, while having a workable amount of lands!

I considered an Astral Cornucopia for more artifact mana, but I feel it would sit there for too long as a Darksteel Ingot (sans indestructible) before it gained more counters.

_wolvesatmydoor on The Law of One and Done

2 months ago

I recently saw a deck that used Erayo and played a ton of 0 drop artifacts that required charge counters. Then they used Coretapper to manipulate the number of counters after emptying their hand with Chalice of the Void and Astral Cornucopia, etc. I know that's not the direction your deck is going, but I thought the construction of similar decks may be helpful! Maybe Sigil of Distinction could be good for other 0 drop creatures.

VesuvanDoppelbanger on Atraxa Test

2 months ago

Astral Cornucopia and Everflowing Chalice scale up with Atraxa out.

The 'transmute' tutors are great for budget builds. Dimir House Guard, Shred Memory, Brainspoil. The fact they can't be countered (without Stifle effect) comes into play more often than you'd think.


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