Concordant Crossroads


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Masters Edition III (ME3) Rare
Chronicles (CHR) Rare
Legends (LEG) Rare

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Concordant Crossroads

World Enchantment

All creatures have haste.

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Concordant Crossroads Discussion

Faceless_Being on What to do with new ...

5 days ago

I was pretty disappointed in the new Trostani tbh but you are right that the art is phenomenal. Definitely getting a foil playset for my collection.

In regards to what kind of deck she'd best be the commander of I would say go infinite with tokens/mana as stated above via Ashnod's Altar + Earthcraft + Temur Sabertooth , Midnight Guard + Presence of Gond , and the like. As far as "win-cons" go if you go the infinite combo route I'd recommend Altar of the Brood to deck out the table and maybe add Concordant Crossroads to make your tokens capable of ending game on the spot. Thats all I have off the top of my head atm but when I get home I'll brainstorm it more

enpc on Selvala, Explorer Returned cEDH Primer

1 week ago

It's a tricky one. While I don't disagree with any of your points, I do know the drawbacks of summoning sickness with it (I run Dryad Arbor in a Saffi Eriksdotter deck, it's different but similar enough). You do run both Concordant Crossroads and Thousand-Year Elixir which can negate that effect, however I do think that missing out on a turn two Selvala might be enough of a drawback to not run it.

Also, I have had good results with Cloudstone Curio as a combo engine enabler. It gets dumb when you have a haste enabler and two mass mana elves, but is also really good with Paradox Engine.

Another card worth considering is Mirror Entity. It can fill the same roll as Shalai (from your backup win condition description), creates a combo with Wirewood Symbiote (makes symbiote an elf by paying 1 and then returning it to untap a mass mana dork) and also helps protect against Toxic Deluge which you mentioned. Just a thought.

thegreatwizard on Extra Kobold Flavor!

1 week ago

Nice deck! You might consider some haste-enablers such as Anger, Bloodsworn Steward, Xenagos, God of Revels, Fervor, Concordant Crossroads, Mass Hysteria, Lightning Greaves, or Fires of Yavimaya to get huge amounts of burst damage with Prossh and OTK opponents out of nowhere. Also with the amount of tokens you generate, cards that have synergy with armies of tokens (e.g. Parallel Lives, Doubling Season, Overwhelming Stampede, Triumph of the Hordes, Harvest Season, and Second Harvest) could be very effective, especially if you area able to curve out with Parallel Lives or Doubling Season into Prossh the next turn. Also, cards that can turn your many tokens into mana could have a lot of potential as well. You've already included Cryptolith Rite and Growing Rites of Itlimoc , but the addition of Ashnod's Altar, Thermopod, Pawn of Ulamog Cards like Green Sun's Zenith, Chord of Calling, Heroic Intervention, Damnation, Crux of Fate, Sylvan Library, Vampiric Tutor and Demonic Tutor could provide the the deck with additional consistency, utility, and power. If you wnt to add another mana-doubling card, Mana Reflection would fill that role. It looks as if you have a bit of a 'sacrifice stuff' subtheme as well, so more cards to add for that could be Barter in Blood, Birthing Pod, Blood Divination Attrition, Awakening Zone, Bloodspore Thrinax, Disciple of Bolas, Eliminate the Competition, Mazirek, Kraul Death Priest, Sidisi, Undead Vizier, Sadistic Hypnotist, Goblin Bombardment, and Razaketh, the Foulblooded. Other considerations might be Sprouting Thrinax, Goblin Sharpshooter, Atarka, World Render, Grave Titan, Oracle of Mul Daya, Dragonlair Spider, Stalking Vengeance, Tempt with Vengeance, Xenagos, the Reveler, Poison-Tip Archer, Avenger of Zendikar, Fecundity, and Pitiless Plunderer. Those are just a few suggestions, and good luck with the deck!

Snooktf2 on Goreclaw, Big Bad Bear Daddy

2 weeks ago

I'd drop Mossbridge Troll since you only have 2 creatures with 10+ power and not many ways for +1/+1 counters.

I'd look for more card draw too. Suggestions, Primordial Sage , Harmonize , Rishkar's Expertise , Shamanic Revelation , Colossal Majesty .

You have plenty of mana ramp, so I would personally throw in a Thicket Elemental with kicker to cheat another creature to the battlefield.

I also think a must for this deck is Tooth and Nail , ESPECIALLY since you already have a Concordant Crossroads . If for whatever reason you don't have your Crossroads out you can just TNN Surrak, the Hunt Caller + anything else to have it attack that turn.

bonsai11943 on Marwyn, Mono-Green Storm [EDH]

2 weeks ago


  1. No one plays tier 1 cEDH decks in our area. People generally run optimized or 75% decks with commanders such as Animar, Karador, Non-Doomsday Zur, Krenko, Brago, etc. Marwyn runs pretty well. For a budget deck, it receives a decent percentage of the wins, especially on round 1s when people undervalue the threat of an unknown Marwyn.

  2. Yup, plenty of removals in my meta. Last week, I eventually had to cast Marwyn for 9-mana because she kept getting blasted while waiting for the summoning sickness to wear off. Though I won that game the moment she was able to tap, I realized the importance of haste and providing more protection for Marwyn. Currently leaning more towards Concordant Crossroads at the moment, rather than Swiftfoot Boots. Since it can act as an alternative aggro win enabler if Walking Ballista somehow gets stolen or exiled.

  3. Not that reliable. But it more than makes up for it if he's able to help cast Marwyn by T2. If not, it's an additional cheap +1/+1 counter for Marwyn.

  4. Without the more expensive cards, it's not 100% consistent. But that's what this deck is all about - using all the tutors, and draw cards, and all the bounce-cast shenanigans, to find that infinite combo and mana outlet. You just have to be smart about which plays you'll take. But yeah, it does happen from time to time. Currently intensively playtesting to find the right combination of untap/pump/draw/tutor/elves. But I am quite satisfied with the current list. And yup, Berserk is amazing! Currently exchanged it with Gift of Growth just to playtest in the upcoming LGS tourneys. I just wanted to see how budget I can make Marwyn. But if you have Berserk, it is a definite include!

  5. Yup. With infinite mana, I usually keep activating his ability until I hit a Walking Ballista for the win. Without infinite mana, it's a way to keep on going forward to hopefully hit more untap/draw/tutor.

  6. Yup. Instant speed. Either you already have your Walking Ballista or Helix Pinnacle on the field when you hit your infinite mana combo, or you can use an into-the-battlefield instant tutor such as Chord of Calling. I can try Yeva, but my first impression is that it's too expensive at 4 CMC for the flash ability.

  7. Thanks for this. Multani's Acolyte seems pretty nice. Will find a slot for it.

  8. Depends on what I need at the moment. Usually Wirewood Symbiote for the instant untap and the potential infinite mana combo. But other cards like Fierce Empath, Quirion Ranger, Scryb Ranger, Skullwinder, Eternal Witness, and Duskwatch Recruiter  Flip are all decent targets.

  9. Collective Unconscious is also in the deck. I just needed a lot of draw cards to make storming off more consistent. It's useful enough. But yes, Harmonize is a flex slot for me.

  10. Above average. It gives the option of either tutoring for those untappers for more storm fuel, or for a massive card draw with Regal Force. The versatility makes me want to keep him as part of the deck.

  11. Currently a flex slot for me. It wasn't consistently useful in most games, and I found that a lot of time it just sits in my hand while I cast other more useful cards. Currently removed it from the deck and exchanged it with Concordant Crossroads for playtesting. But still unsure about it. Might slot it in again eventually.

TomGlasses on Estrid's Enchantments and Stax Extravaganza

3 weeks ago

I wanna say that maybe since overrunning everyone with squirrels is such a big component that maybe a Concordant Crossroads is in order, so that those little guys aren't as vulnerable to a big board wipe between the time they enter and the time you attack.

SynergyBuild on [List - Multiplayer] EDH Generals by Tier

1 month ago

Soren841 & buildingadeck To start, I don't think Animar deserves to be tier 1. I explained that prior, however Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker & Deceiver Exarch/Pestermite combo is fully fetchable from an Imperial Recruiter, or just some other tutors, so I wouldn't claim it is super reliant on its commander. Also, Animar, Soul of Elements isn't the most easy to remove of all creatures, so I wouldn't say it as awful as most decks if it is a little bit too reliant on him. I think it deserves tier 1.5, no higher, or lower.

n0bunga, Yisan, the Wanderer Bard and Selvala, Heart of the Wilds are indeed reliant on their commander, but they can all easily win without them, and if they do get bounced, though it slows them in most games, cards like Concordant Crossroads can mean they get right back into the game with little diruption in their game-plan. Honestly I don't pilot Yisan, only Selvala, but I have been told they are extremely similar Brostorm lists, so I might be wrong.

Kholek on Selvala "Get Ralphed" (Competitive)

1 month ago

Concordant Crossroads is one that I want to put in there. I just need the extra $20 for it. I don't mind if my opponents have hast. even early game, cuz once the deck goes off it's pretty much game over.

I have thought of placing Walking Ballista in there. and ya know I just might.

I will take all these and come up with something. you have given me much to think about. lol. thank you

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