Burgeoning

Burgeoning

Enchantment

Whenever an opponent plays a land, you may put a land card from your hand onto the battlefield.

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Commander 2016 (C16) Rare
Conspiracy: Take the Crown (CN2) Rare
Stronghold (STH) Rare

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Format Legality
Leviathan Legal
Highlander Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Noble Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
2019-10-04 Legal

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Burgeoning Discussion

SynergyBuild on Iron man EDH (new fornat)

18 hours ago

Trying to solve the format:


Okay, so, the plan is simple, work our way up from Yidris, Maelstrom Wielder to Thrasios, Triton Hero and Tymna the Weaver Consultation Bloom (Green-Bloom Consult TnT).

Now, why Yidris? Yes, Atraxa, Praetors' Voice is in the right colors, however it is much more expensive to switch from these decklists in that way. Neither Tymna nor Thrasios is in the Atraxa Precon (As seen on Atraxa Precon (Reference)), and Yidris has Thrasios, Triton Hero (Yidris Precon), and when it comes down to it, most importantly are the sultai colors of the pairing, so the manabase isn't incredibly difficult to swap, etc.

Now down to the deck's evolution. While starting with Yidris for it's value is smart, moving quickly over to change out for a Thrasios, Triton Hero/Vial Smasher the Fierce once you make a few dollars, adding in the main engines that drive this archetype. Thassa's Oracle isn't incredibly expensive, however Demonic Consultation/Tainted Pact are certainly not cheap anymore. This means that the best wincons are going to be more controling, and I recommend moving to Vial Smasher as a main wincon.

Keen Sense and Curiosity effects are honestly not a huge investment, and can add a lot of consistency and ability to turn the list into a Curious Control style deck very fast. That can be cheap switches, like Notion Thief, Dig Through Time, and Treasure Cruise to add additional damage and value throughout the game, and just adding some extra cheap countermagic and mana dorks to get them out early and the deck looks really efficient.

Remember, this list already has good synergies for this strategy. Obviously ramp + Thrasios is busted, that's why Thrasios, Triton Hero is so expensive. Just tossing in Vial Smasher as a backup wincon to any number of decent budget threats, some cheap board wipes (think Languish) and some effective removal and the list hits really hard as a strong control deck, easily able to win some games for that cash prize. Being a strongly upgradeable deck, one that gets incredibly powerful on a budget if you have the precon, and also being great out of the box is why this strategy is so good.

Remember for those that wanted Atraxa, or the 5c Dragon deck and wanted to upgrade those to the higher tiers for their manabase, they have to cut tons of dragon and +1/+1 synergies over time, while this deck ran cards like Windfall and Decimate and Burgeoning and signets, Fellwar Stone, Commander's Sphere, etc. Our deck just ran the good cards irrespective of strategy, letting us change out individual cards rather than the whole deck.

Now upgrading the manabase, individual cards, turning more into a curious control deck, perfectly balance in the competitive scenes, hopefully smoking the competition in the early-mid tiers of this format, moving to the Oracle/Consult lines, and tuning will get you far, but make sure you know when enough is enough, as this plateaus with enough money pretty fast, don't go out of your way to get shocks and even mid budget cards (5+ dollars or maybe even less) that can't be used for the Tymna the Weaver side of things. Start looking to upgrade the ramp, interaction, etc. and look to save up store credit to get Tymna the Weaver.

Perhaps prepare by getting manabase that works for both, think fetches at a certain point where either decklist has a use for it, as you upgrade to the best deck of the format, this will be a budgeted version obviously, but even a City of Brass is a great card that just does work for either deck. Getting cheap enablers like Avacyn's Pilgrim, Drannith Magistrate, Aven Mindcensor to replace the Keen Sense style effects from Vial Smasher aren't too expensive, so make sure you are ready to swap cards as you swap commanders. Now work on a bit of manabase fixing and the deck is really ready.

The decklists below look to show where to take the Vial Smasher and Tymna variants on a budget, both based off of some of the cards it would have been expected to have gotten! I personally went for the Dramatic Reversal/Isochron Scepter plan first while testing, as it wasn't overly expensive, and adding in a ton of dorks and rocks for the list was both cheaper than many people might expect, and really really useful when wanting to both have a strong lategame (Thrasios is busted) and also allows for the backup wincon backdooring Thrasios into a Jace/Oracle win!


Iron Man - Mid-Season Curious Control

Commander / EDH SynergyBuild

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Taking the above decklist, refining it for Tymna the Weaver and reposting a similar list and we have the following below:


Iron Man - Mid-Season TnT

Commander / EDH SynergyBuild

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Now, not only are both of these good budget cEDH decks, but they are specifically in the mindset of this format, being the optimal upgrade path to a cEDH list from this mindset, and being the most competitive upgrade path possible, hopefully dominating the format.

Now obviously some people will enjoy the Iso-Rev combo, may move to Power Artifact style stuff after a few hundred wins, whatever floats your boat. I already own duals from store credit in EDH games I run cEDH decks in sanctioned by the store, so it is possible, just depending on the length of the season. Again, my store has a system where each player pays 5 dollars, and gets a 5 dollar coin, they can play in one of two types of pods, one where each player keeps the coin, or the other where people give it to the winner. Under this system, with a $20 allowance per win, assuming 1 win per week you get to build up these lists in roughly 8 weeks based on my estimates.

Make sure to use heavily played cards, discount codes, etc. to get it done even faster! Also, look into other upgrade paths to solve this format, while I tested every list and saw what was closest to the top tier, there may be much more efficient lists early on, so try to get a system to beat this one!


Thank you RNR_Gaming for this challenge, it was super fun to try to solve, and I look forward to perhaps testing my theory in person and crushing everyone xD

DemMeowsephs on X games

4 days ago

You can push it pretty dang far that I can tell you XD. I have my own Zaxara deck, so I might have some tips you find useful. First off let's look at your lands. Many of the lands I recommend may be out of budget, so feel free to ignore this comment if you can't use anything I talk about.

Anyways enough about mana! There are a couple cards that might do very well in your deck, and I can't name them all, so I would recommend checking out my deck: The X Files EDH! However I will try to mention as much as I can!

  • First off, did you know that there are two cards that can give you infinite mana with your commander? Yup! Pemmin's Aura and Freed from the Real, both give you infinite mana when you enchant your commander with them. Zaxara adds two mana, you use one of that mana to activate the enchantment and untap Zaxara, and then you can tap her again to add two, and then untap, and do that again and again as much as you want to get INFINITE mana! If you have an X spell in your hand you can cast X for literally infinity and pretty much win! Its cool. Because of these cards I would recommend tutors like Demonic Tutor. If you get the tutor you can search for one of these enchantments and then get infinite mana. These enchantments also give you infinite mana with Bloom Tender and Selvala, Heart of the Wilds which i mentioned before, using the same infinite process as your commander.

Some other fun cards are:

  • Parallel Lives and Doubling Season! You can get double the tokens Zaxara makes and put DOUBLE counters on them! Very fun!
  • Sylvan Library, Rhystic Study, Necropotence for card draw
  • Unbound Flourishing for obvious reasons.
  • and many more which you can find under my decklist here

  • Anyways though, sorry to make you read all this, I hope it was helpful, and if you don't want/like any of the cards feel free to completely ignore this! If it does help though, be sure to check out and support my main deck, Double Trouble EDH, I would appreciate it! Any suggestions are also welcome. If you have any questions about the cards I mentioned or want more help with a deck feel free to post on my wall, I'd love to help! Anyways though, Hope this helps, good luck on your deck, and have a great day!

DemMeowsephs on Crew is Big

1 week ago

Hey there! I'm usually the land and ramp helping guy, and you wrote that is one of your issues, so here, I hope I'll be able to clear that up a little bit. Let's start off with lands.

I see shock lands, fetch lands, and of course horizon lands, along with a few stand alone multicolor lands. Not bad! Keep ALL the shocks, and keep ALL the fetches. Fetches can search for shocks and shocks are really good. Usually I like to recommend filter lands (like Mystic Gate) or fast lands (such as Seachrome Coast). Horizon lands are also some of my all time favorites, but playing four of magics colors can be quite tough. For three, four, and definitely five colors, I usually recommend more multicolor lands. Your average CMC is also quite high, so maybe 1-2 more lands would be pretty good if you think you can. That said, consider some of the following lands.

So basically, consider much more things that can add a color of your choice, they give you much more options! The other lands are very good too, so you have to decide which one would be more beneficial in your opinion, though to me, I would cut Horizons and triomes for the ones I mentioned.

That said, let's move on to some ramp! Arcane Signet, Chromatic Lantern, and Sol Ring are pretty good, but I might have some you find better. Green is amazing for ramp, so by adding amazing green ramp spells, not only are you now getting the best ramp options, but also you are evening out the color pi for your deck! Consider some of the following

Stardragon on One Mana Drop deck

1 week ago

Cmi1103- I thought about Burgeoning and Exploration but in the end with everything being 1 cmc desided i didn't need ramp but my side i filled with ramp in case im wrong

JimboRich- I forgot about the Baubles yeah will have to see if can squeeze them in there're nice as for Mana Crypt not sure if my friend will be making this deck and what his budget is but i'll throw into the maybe section for now

enpc- i though about Helix Pinnacle as an alt win con in fact was on edge on adding it a little while ago so it will most likely end up in it i'd give it a 97% chance

Cmi1103 on One Mana Drop deck

1 week ago

Awesome Idea! Burgeoning could help out in here as well!

LandoLRodriguez on Windy Kitty's Landfall Engine

1 week ago

Changes, 03Aug2020:

-4 Forest, +2 Snow-Covered Forest, +1 Snow-Covered Mountain, +1 Snow-Covered Swamp. Adding the snow lands gives a slightly better chance at turning on Field of the Dead sooner with no downside. Slightly changed basic land balance.

-1 Burgeoning, +1 Worldly Tutor. Just running the playtesting made two things clear: Burgeoning isn't going to pay off all that much, and the deck needs either Crucible of Worlds or Ramunap Excavator to make it into play to get the engine churning. Adding the tutor will ensure that will happen more reliably. The Gitrog Monster is also pretty important to find too, so I'm likely going to find spots for the Demonic Tutor anyway as well as a Chord of Calling.

DemMeowsephs on TasiGigan

1 week ago

Necropotence, Birds of Paradise, Exploration, Burgeoning, Bloom Tender, Swan Song and Three Visits are all good to run. Especially the ramp.

DemMeowsephs on Unicorny Power

1 week ago

Ah nice deck! I have a couple of suggestions you might appreciate. The first one revolves around your lands and ramp. Personally, I believe the following should have a spot in your deck.

Anyway, there are many ways to go infinite with Emiel, and I recommend checking them out if your into that sort of thing. Also do consider the land and ramp options, they could help you out a ton! If this does help you out be sure to check out some of my decks, (Double Trouble EDH), upvote them if you like them, and give me feedback if you want! Anyways, I hope this helps you out, good luck on your deck, (unicorns are amazing!) and have a great day!

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