Whenever a nonartifact permanent enters the battlefield under your control, you may return another permanent you control that shares a permanent type with it to its owner's hand.
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|Masterpiece Series: Kaladesh Inventions (MPS)||Mythic Rare|
|Ravnica: City of Guilds (RAV)||Rare|
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- Cloudstone Curio + Elvish Visionary + Wirewood Symbiote
- Cloudstone Curio + Kinjalli's Caller + Zacama, Primal Calamity
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Cloudstone Curio occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.02%
Cloudstone Curio Discussion
1 day ago
Imperial Recruiter deserves a spot. It enables Animar's most efficient combo line using other cards you already run.
Imperial Recruiter looking up Phyrexian Metamorph.
Play Metamorph for 2 life and copy Imperial Recruiter to look up Spellseeker.
Play Spellseeker to look up Neoform.
Play Neoform and sac Spellseeker to look up Ancestral Statue.
Play and bounce Ancestral Statue over and over until Animar is big enough to play a lethal Walking Ballista. You then use Ancestral Statue's final trigger to bounce Phyrexian Metamorph to your hand.
Play Metamorph for 2 life and copy Imperial Recruiter to look up/play Walking Ballista for the win.
Play Imperial Recruiter to look up Spellseeker.
Play Spellseeker to look up Weird Harvest.
Play Weird Harvest (X = 2) to look up Walking Ballista and Ancestral Statue.
Play Ancestral Statue over and over until Animar is big enough to play a lethal Walking Ballista.
Feel free to check out my list for ideas. Upvotes on any of my decks are appreciated. Animar, Gaea's Hemorrhoid
2 days ago
Amulet of Vigor is a neat tech, but the biggest issue is that Azorius Chancery, (along with the two other bounce lands) are absolutely and entirely unplayable in cEDH. The most important turns in cEDH are the first three, so each and every mana cannot be wasted. Otherwise you will lose the game to a turn three Demonic Consultation+Thassa's Oracle or Food Chain deck. Lands that enter the battlefield tapped must offer an unbelievably powerful effect (such as Boseiju, Who Shelters All), otherwise the mana inefficiency is too significant a cost.
Beyond that, you also want to assess the function of each card outside of the combo in which it is used. Cards that are useless outside of the combo (like Laboratory Maniac or Thassa's Oracle) are not ideal to run. Many decks choose to do so because they need to win, and these are very compact, but if we can avoid it, we will.
The reason I mention this is because Jeskai Barricade and Deputy of Acquittals don't offer any value outside of the combo. In our Cloudstone Curio line, it requires fewer land requirements and fewer creature requirements; Not only that, but it requires cards that we already want to play. It doesn't make sense to play cards specifically for combos, when instead we can play combos that layer into our deck with the cards we already want to be playing.
Hopefully that explanation makes sense.
2 days ago
I hope you'll be able to find somthing that works! Good luck, I would reccomend trying out other options first :)
I don't know for sure but Cloudstone Curio might be cheaper?
There is also the Ghostly Flicker loop which is signifigantly cheaper.
5 days ago
As far as I know the interaction with Ozolith does work. There's no specification about the types of counters Ozolith creates, just that they must be identical in number and function to the creature that left the battlefield (be they +1/+1 counters, hexproof counters, etc).
For example, with Planebound Accomplice, Cloudstone Curio, and the Ozolith in play one could use the Accomplice to cheat in a Chandra, Torch of Defiance, activate her second ability to make , use the mana to pay for Accomplice to cheat in your Gideon bouncing Chandra, activate your Gideon's second ability, turning him into a creature that is also a planeswalker, use the remaining mana to cheat in Chandra again, bouncing Gideon and "moving" all counters on him to the Ozolith. At this point the loop can be repeated infinitely until you have an arbitrarily large number of loyalty counters on the Ozolith. Get Gideon into play again (probably want to hard cast so he's not sacrificed at the end step), make him a creature again, move to combat step, then move all counters onto him. He'd be a very big boi, but wouldn't be able to ult that turn (unless you've got some sort of a Chain Veil effect lying around in addition to all this).
The bigger question is why exactly do this? It's not something that really wins on the spot, requires an elaborate set up to become a true engine, and has a lot of vulnerable points where it could be disrupted.
Hilariously janky, absolutely. Efficient enough to be competitively viable? Not a chance when it's competing in the same space as Copy Cat combo, Lukka Emrakul combo, and against decks like Neo Brand, Dredge, and Burn that would simply be too fast for it.
6 days ago
Note that after drawing your deck you will have some combination of Mobilize, Vitalize, and Benefactor's Draught. Playing all of the one-drops (and other low-cost minions) can help get you the mana to start going infinte.
Gilt-Leaf Archdruid is a good first option, taking your opponents lands removes most of their options
Helix pinacle is noteable (you can max out to win by your next upkeep if everything else goes wrong)
We can pump up our creatures using Leyline of Abundance, giving creatures infinite +1 +1 counters
Craterhoof Behemoth is the only card we have with haste, but it shouldnt matter as they wont have lands (Gilt-Leaf Archdruid), creatures (Thorn Mammoth + Vigor), artifacts or enchantments (Acidic Slime + Temur Sabertooth)
1 week ago
Thanks for your suggestion! But I didn't understand what you meant by mana outlet. Anyway, even without any CFE creature, Food Chain is ridicolous with Malestrom Wanderer, since it allows to cast it multiple times in the same turn. At the moment, the deck is really focused on it, most of the wins happens with Food Chain.
Kinnan, Bonder Prodigy is a nice suggestion, I will find a spot to try it. Although casting Maelstrom Wanderer is certainly good, it's not the aim of this deck, as MW is mainly used to dig for combos.
1 week ago
Awesome deck, great job!
These might interest you: Stone-Seeder Hierophant, Temur Sabertooth, Cloudstone Curio, Whitemane Lion, Kor Skyfisher, Thornscape Familiar, Pearl Medallion, Amulet of Vigor, Glimpse of Nature, Somberwald Sage, Elvish Rejuvenator, Genesis Wave, Jazal Goldmane, The Great Henge, Horizon Canopy, Bonders' Enclave
2 weeks ago
I would recommend updating this list. I personally like Bloom Tender it can possibly tap for bant.