Canopy Vista

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Limited Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Highlander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Zendikar Expeditions (EXP) Mythic Rare
Battle for Zendikar (BFZ) Rare

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Canopy Vista

Land — Forest Plains

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Canopy Vista enters the battlefield tapped unless you control two or more basic lands.

Canopy Vista Discussion

AKBZ on New to cEDH

6 days ago

Starting with mana base, I would cut any land entering tapped as the only way it enters. You are giving your opponent a Time Walk every time they come into play because it puts you a turn behind. They either should just be basic lands or upgrades, the big ones being City of Brass , Mana Confluence , and Forbidden Orchard . These lands far outweigh things like Bojuka Bog or Murmuring Bosk or Temple of Plenty . Also would cut Razorverge Thicket , Canopy Vista , Fortified Village and High Market . The first three are too conditional and High Market is colorless with no immediate benefit. I would play the pain lands before these lands as they don’t enter tapped and still give you your colors and I would play the fetchlands before the painlands. Keep in mind you can play up too nine fetchlands because they don’t have any color symbols on them. Second, upgrade the tutor package. Vampiric Tutor and Demonic Tutor are the best black tutors in the format, and the reason to be in black. I would consider them higher priority than fast mana rocks. The cuts I would make are Apprentice Necromancer Damnation Day of Judgment Bloodthrone Vampire Qasali Pridemage Altar of Dementia Ashnod's Altar Lotleth Troll Life from the Loam Greater Good and Farseek The sac outlets only come out when you combo, so having excess is deadweight. The board wipes aren’t doing anything to stop fast combo, so they can be cut. The necromancer and pridemage are value, but not enough. I would rather play Assassin's Trophy and Abrupt Decay over those two. Card suggestions Stony Silence Null Rod Abrupt Decay Assassin's Trophy Birthing Pod Nature's Claim Nature's Lore Survival of the Fittest Demonic Tutor Vampiric Tutor Aura Shards Leyline of the Void , Containment Priest and Grafdigger's Cage . If you can’t play fast mana, neither should your opponents. The first two are MUST INCLUDES and the tutors are HIGH PRIORITY. Nature's Lore is a strict upgrade over Farseek . The last three are graveyard hate that hates out the two decks mentioned. I know that you are thinking “but those last two hate out my deck as well”. That is the wrong way to look at them. The first question you should ask is “are the two decks I’m losing too faster than me?” The answer is yes, they are. After that, the next question should be “can I be faster than them?” The answer is no, you can’t be faster than them. Without cards like Gaea's Cradle and Mana Crypt and Mox Diamond and Survival of the Fittest and Demonic Tutor you will never be faster. Even with these cards, this strategy is considered to be slower than the two decks mentioned. Therefore, you have to slow them down at all costs, even if it means you won’t be winning anytime soon. I would say that the hate pieces are MUST INCLUDES. I would cut Hushwing Gryff and Gaddock Teeg as these cards are not helping you fight your meta. The last bit of advice is that you are playing Stax pieces and are playing a Stax deck. The deck needs to fight what you are playing against. Anything that does not do that is unhelpful at best and a game loss at most. Sure, you are playing to a combo finish, but there are multiple turns before that game winning combo, and every card in your opening hand has to slow down your opponent or speed you up. If they are not doing that, they should be cut. Anyhow, this is just my opinion. Hope this helps. Good luck.

multimedia on Arcades

1 week ago

Hey, looks good, nice start. Is this one of your first Commander decks you've made? Really nice pull on the IMA packs especially since you only bought two packs and got the best/most valuable card in the whole set :)

Arcades can benefit a lot from creatures who have defender who can make ramp. These help to make mana to be able to play Arcades faster which helps your overall deck because you want Arcades on the battlefield before you can really get going in the game. If you draw them when you don't need ramp then that's fine because they still draw you a card because they have defender.

Battlement and Guardian can make a lot of ramp because they both care about how many creatures with defender you control. As you play more defender creatures the better their ramp becomes. Either one can for instance trigger a lot of activations for Assault Formation .

Wall of Blossoms is good, it's a green Wall of Omens . Wall of Denial and Geist of the Archives are three drop flying defender creatures and Denial is among the best Walls in Commander. Jeskai Barricade has flash and it can bounce another creature with defender back to your hand so you can play it again and draw again with Arcades.

Reveillark is good reanimation with Walls since they have 0 power. Lark also combos with Barricade for lots of reanimation since Lark triggers when it leaves the battlefield this includes bouncing it with Barricade. Arcades cares about when a defender creature ETB (enters the battlefield) therefore if you reanimate defender creatures you get to draw for each one that enters. Brave the Sands is good with Walls, vigilance with Arcades lets Walls attack and also defend.

Budget lands ($4 or less each) to consider adding:

If you like some of these suggestions I offer help to make cuts. Good luck with your deck.


cdkime on Land Cycle Ideas

4 weeks ago

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Rather than have this enter tapped, I wanted to make a land that was usable on the turn it was played without restriction, but lacked its full potential that turn. This is not designed to be a great land, but rather something that would be serviceable colour fixing in the generally slower games of limited.


To provide feedback on the other lands posted:

CastleSiege's "tap creature land"

I like the general design of this, but I think it would be better if the land entered tapped unless you tapped a creature. Here, you've made a generally better shock land, and I think that's rather problematic.

I also would say it should be either a snow land or have two basic land types; not both.


MontaukMonster's "choose land" - I like the theory behind this, but think it is impractical to implement. It's not quite the same case as Cavern of Souls , where your choice is likely to be the same for each Cavern, so you'll have to keep track of multiple different lands with the same names, but different effects.
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dbpunk's "does not share a land type land" - I'm a fan of this one. It's a good turn 2 or 3 land, but is generally going to be slow mana on turns 1 and 4+.

dbpunk's "pay land" - this is far too good. The turn it is dropped, it is a pseudo filter land; each subsequent turn it puts you a full mana ahead. Even on turn 1, this is powerful; you can generally survive missing a 1 drop, and this will put you at 3 mana on turn 2. Yikes.


Funkydiscogod's "spend only on the other colour's spell land" - I'm a big fan of this one as well. It's fun, it's interesting. It would work wonderfully in a Ravnica-like set with lots of multicoloured cards.


Boza's "exile 2 land cards from graveyard" - this is another good one, having good synergy with fetch lands.

Boza's "opponent has more lands land" - another good option, sort of like a reverse Canopy Vista .


Flooremoji's "doesn't untap unless exile card from graveyard" - another good one, though I might suggest removing the land types. Otherwise, you can turn 1 fetch and use, turn 2 exile the fetch to untap. That might have been the intent, but I think it diminishes the design some.

eliakimras on ur-daddy's buddy

1 month ago

You might consider replacing Vivid Meadow , Vivid Creek , Vivid Marsh , Vivid Crag and Vivid Grove for the still-cheap Prairie Stream , Sunken Hollow , Smoldering Marsh , Cinder Glade , Canopy Vista . This way, a Farseek can get you two colors! If you include Murmuring Bosk and Krosan Verge , the latter can be activated on turn 3 to fetch Murmuring Bosk and Cinder Glade , guaranteeing you 4 colors for a turn-4 Scion of the Ur-Dragon .

multimedia on Baby's First Angels

1 month ago

Hey, for a first Commander deck well done.

I'm not sure what your budget is for this deck because I see expensive price cards (Avacyn, Iona, Baneslayer) then also many ultra low budget cards. My cards suggestions are low budget ($4 or less each, most are $1-$2) to improve the manabase because when playing three colors you want more dual lands. A 12-12-8 basic land ratio is too many basic lands for a three color deck. There's several budget lands and additional mana production to consider adding.

White is the most important color because the majority of Angels are white and have mana costs. Angels have high mana costs therefore more ramp (mana rocks, land ramp, mana docks) are quite helpful to cast them in a game.

Cards to consider adding:

Canopy Vista, Prairie Stream, Port Town, Fortified Village, Ash Barrens and Bant Panorama have interaction with basic lands. Vista, Stream, Scattered Groves, Irrigated Farmland can be searched for with Farseek since these lands are two different land types. Vista and Groves can be search for with Nature's Lore since they have Forest as one of the two land types. Being able to search for and ramp with dual lands is helpful with a three color manabase.

Signets and Talimans are good two drop mana rocks for ramp in Commander decks. Fellwar Stone and Chromatic Lantern are rainbow mana rocks. Very helpful for mana fixing since Lantern lets you tap any land you control for any one color of mana which is good with a three color manabase. Elvish Mystic and Avacyn's Pilgrim are additional one drop mana dorks.


Cards to consider cutting:

  • 6x Island
  • 2x Plains
  • 2x Forest
  • Blazing Archon
  • Clone
  • Dust Elemental
  • Gleaming Barrier
  • Servant of the Conduit
  • Conqueror's Pledge
  • Secrets of the Golden City
  • Beneath the Sands
  • Divine Verdict
  • Time Stop

If your deck's budget is higher than I think it is please let me know and I can give you better land suggestions. There's other budget card upgrades you can make here and if you're interested I offer more advice.

Good luck with your deck.


majorappliance on Sliver mind

1 month ago

for five color decks with weaker land bases (i.e. no fetches for color fixing and limited dual type lands) you gotta make up for it with ramp spells, no way out of it unless your RNG is amazing and you put some work into the math of your color cost curve. the bfz lands are pretty cheap like Canopy Vista , or you can go for the spell route to color fix, one of my favorite is Shard Convergence tho it is a bit slower.

Vlasiax on Executive Order 13767

1 month ago

Hello, your deck looks quite good but I'd make a little changes here and there:

  • First of all, you probably don't need these 6 CMC cards as they come really late and don't impact the board that much. It would make room for Beast Whisperer and Orator of Ojutai that you have in maybeboard
  • Also Tempt with Discovery ? 4 CMC is where your curve actually ends so you don't need that much ramp, especially when your 2 CMC ramp package is alright. If you can afford Breeding Pool and Canopy Vista you can easily set yourself up with Nature's Lore .
  • For another 2 CMC ramp swap - Gatecreeper Vine is not that great, you're waaay better off with Sylvan Caryatid , you won't belive how many times it's hexproof screwed my opponents tring to remove it.
  • Another little swap - Tower Defense is way cheaper than Solidarity . But if you want to swap it or use both its up to you. Maybe I'd cut Slagwurm Armor for another copy of this effect because artifact is easy to remove compared to instant speed combat trick.
  • For further lowering curve I'd add some utility walls: Resolute Watchdog is amazing for protecting commander and Portcullis Vine alongside Wall of Mulch make great card draw engine (use them with Wall of Kelp tokens or defenders that are about to die and... thank me later xD)
  • As you lower the curve maybe you won't need signets. Also I see you lack some interaction in form of counterspells but I guess your playgroup isn't that removal heavy.
      That's it from me, hope this helps. Let me know what you think about these changes and take care

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Canopy Vista occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.09%

GW (Selesnya): 2.37%

RGW (Naya): 2.68%

GWU (Bant): 1.34%