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Chronic Flooding Discussion
1 week ago
1 week ago
Chronic Flooding on your own lands, then use Psychic Spiral to mill them out. Play flashback cards like Think Twice and Snapcaster Mage to make the flooding more of a value engine that leads up to a big mill win off the psychic spiral.
2 weeks ago
i would get rid of: Hedonist's Trove, i believe if its its off colors for you you can't play the spells because you can never tap a land for that color mana according to how commander works. Chronic Flooding, is only good like turn 1 or 2 and after that they just can ignore the land and you get no value out of it. Helm of Obedience seems like a hit or miss card and shouldn't be in. I personally would run all of those mana ramp cards if you have access to them. Also you want to run like 36 to 35 lands depending on how many mana rocks you have. This allows you to hit a land drop pretty much every turn for at least 5 turns. It helps keep the deck more consistent.
3 weeks ago
And Forbidden Alchemy is useful as well.Chronic Flooding, Curse of the Bloody Tome, Sultai Ascendancy, Back from the Brink, Phyrexian Reclamation, and Attrition are all really great enchantments you can use.
Sakura-Tribe Elder, Merciless Executioner, Bone Shredder, Body Double, Brawn, Wonder, Corpse Hauler, Embodiment of Spring, Mulldrifter, Nyx Weaver, Sphinx of Uthuun, Splinterfright, Skaab Ruinator and Sylvok Replica are all useful creatures.
So that's all I've got off the top of my head right now. Good luck balancing Tasigur's delve with using your graveyard as a resource.
1 month ago
Mill is a really interesting deck to work with. When you play it, you need to be as efficient as possible when putting cards into graveyards. For this reason, creatures are less important. Cards like Tome Scour are efficient in terms of cards milled to mana cost ratio, whereas Nightveil Specter may only mill 1 or 2 cards for 3 mana.
Some really good inclusions for any mill deck are Mind Funeral and Visions of Beyond. Funeral is more efficient than Mind Grind, and works a little faster. Breaking is also a very efficient card, but might require a better manabase to work all the time. Chronic Flooding and Curse of the Bloody Tome are slow and pretty clunky.
If your budget allows it, you might want to find a couple of better lands, but it isn't completely necessary.
Hope these suggestions help, and make sure to enjoy the look on your opponent's face when their library is out of cards! :P
1 month ago
You might want to look into Perplex, either they get one spell and no hand, or a hand and a countered spell. Also, you might want to try and lower your mana costs. I would go for cheaper counters over counters that also mill. Mana Leak, Dissipate, Remand if you can get it.
Chronic Flooding is worth a look, it makes tapping lands a lot more painful, especially if you counter whatever they tapped for.
1 month ago
Done some Mana Fixing! This deck is now 100% out of my price range (woo). It might not be perfect so any thoughts on how the land base can be improved even more are greatly appreciated as I have no experience with special lands.A note on Chronic Flooding , it doesn't actually do much in the forms of slowing mana, as it is only a price of 3 cards for the land. It may be slightly annoying, but 3 cards is not significant enough to make it playable.
|Avg. draft pick||12.55|
|Avg. cube pick||11.0|
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Return to Ravnica||Common|