Buyback — Sacrifice a land. (You may sacrifice a land in addition to any other costs as you play this spell. If you do, put this card into your hand as it resolves.)
Prevent all combat damage that would be dealt this turn.
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Constant Mists occurrence in decks from the last year
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Constant Mists Discussion
2 weeks ago
I have made a large update to my binder found here. Binder.
I'm mostly looking to complete my Chulane EDH deck and prioritizing trades for the following: Tatyova, Benthic Druid, Tishana, Voice of Thunder, Exploration, Azusa, Lost but Seeking, Oracle of Mul Daya, Ramunap Excavator, Roil Elemental, Sylvan Safekeeper, Thassa, Deep-Dwelling, Titania, Protector of Argoth, Zuran Orb, Oboro, Palace in the Clouds, Strip Mine, Constant Mists
If you have one of these but don't see anything you need. Let me know, If it's a high priority I may pay cash for it.
3 weeks ago
I've added some cards I'm testing to the maybeboard.
Our sweepers are not doing too much for us as is. We have no need to sweep the board to clear the way since our plan is to deal damage with creatures that can't be blocked, so what we would use sweepers for in this deck is to not be beat up too much - and this we can do much more efficiently with fog effects. The question is what fog effects are good enough to make the cut. Tangle effectively stops two combats from one player, but does nothing else. Constant Mists also does nothing other than fog, but the buyback is very powerful. Obscuring Haze is free but one use. Blinding Fog also gives hexproof to all our stuff, but is more expensive to cast. AEtherize and Arachnogenesis are both fogs that sort of sweep at instant speed. Cyclonic Rift may get a spot in the deck as a better sweeper, since it is instant speed and does work even without overload.
I'm also messing around with some more protection spells. I think we have plenty as is, but casting a wider net with Simic Charm, Heroic Intervention or Blinding Fog may be good (Lazotep Plating may also be an option). Simic Charm also lets us bounce Ukkima cheaply which we want more of, or just pump her power.
1 month ago
So I have few suggestions while staying on your budget theme and the high risk idea.
The most expensive of my three recommendations is a $20 card called Concordant Crossroads. This card is exactly that, high risk high rewards as all of your creatures start doing things right away and will potentially throw that hasty Ghalta boy into the fray much sooner.
If you find things problematic in the form of your creatures always being killed running something like Fecundity might be fun! It gives you another risky form of card draw as it potentially gives your opponents that option too.
I think one of my favorite green cards sitting at $2 dollars might be just right for you! Recycle offers lots of benefits at the cost of going down to two cards every turn. Every card you play, including lands, draws you a card. Suddenly cards like Elvish Piper with a Seedborn Muse quite fun.
I would not cut the Taunting Elf like you previously mentioned. With the amount of damage you commander does that would be crazy!
Since you mentioned your meta is "swarming" with flyers, why don't you try replacing a single flying removal or wipe with Sandwurm Convergence? This will take care of the problem a little longer unless you experience you are with a play group that has a lot of targeted removal and board wipes for enchantments. Another one is Katabatic Winds. Just a couple ideas for more funny flying hate that can be more permanent.
Maybe if you like to swing a lot, Constant Mists is always a good one to throw into the mix. Also your mention of Wood Elves would be a far better replacement in the deck for Sylvan Awakening. I know those two are not comparable, you might consider changing those two.
2 months ago
Love me some Angus.
I am not a big fan of Fog Patch. It doesn't stop creatures with Trample, which is a pretty big deal. I also think you can do way better than Fog and Holy Day in Commander.
Cancel is a bit bland as well. There are tons of better counterpells. I would play Forbid, but pretty much anything else will work as well.
Elephant Grass is a super powerful card for you. Extra points for comboing with Hannah, Ship's Navigator.
You aren't running too many essential creatures to your game plan, aside from card draw and ramp. Asceticism seems a bit out of place. Why not play Privileged Position? This will protect all your permanents at the expense of not being able to regenerate creatures for 2 mana.
You can do a lot better than Guard Gomazoa. In fact, I think it would be a good idea to add a few more lands to your deck and this seems like an appropriate cut.
O-Ring or Banishing Light could be replaced by Detention Sphere. It's only slightly better because it can deal with boards full of tokens.
2 months ago
Awesome idea! I might try to build something similar, but without the infect.
Bubble Matrix is probably the best way to keep your creatures safe while still dealing all their damage.
Constant Mists is a Commander staple and works even better in your deck.
Spike Weaver is perfect for your deck since you are dealing with +1/+1 counters anyways.
Dawnstrider is probably also worth it, but much more fragile.
Arachnogenesis is a classic Fog effect in Commander.
Moment's Peace is still one of the best fogs you can play.
Finally, a home for Leery Fogbeast! I'm not sure if it's good enough, since opponents likely won't block it at all.
In terms of cuts, I think most of your current fogs could be replaced with the ones I've suggested. They are often too expensive or don't give you any additional value or can only be used once.
If most of your creatures have infect already, why play Triumph of the Hordes over another Overrun effect? You could get much stronger effects such as Craterhoof Behemoth.
3 months ago
galonda I personally don't like Electrodominance, but you can switch it up with something else too. Constant Mists is a great fit, but was just a bit too much to fit into my budget. I'll add these into the maybeboard though!
3 months ago
I played a Tatyova deck that was literally all uncommons. Every single card. Still had stuff like Sylvan Library and Constant Mists, but that's the kind of thing I mean. I've got a Shu Yun, the Silent Tempest deck I call Fistful of Dollars that I can't put cards in unless they're a dollar or less. I thought Druid tribal was enough to keep Tatyova in check, but even that was difficult to keep from being an 8/10 power level.
3 months ago
Thanks for the upvote and suggestions :)
Summer Bloom I was running but found it to only benefit me once, and it’s rare I’d get 3 lands in hand without being able to dump then anyway so I chose to cut that for the likes of Llanowar Scout as I can once again do this much more and they’re the same cmc.
Rites of Flourishing is tricky, I’m not sure if I like the benefit it gives to the board.