Copperline Gorge

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Scars of Mirrodin (SOM) Rare

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Copperline Gorge

Land

Copperline Gorge enters the battlefield tapped unless you control two or fewer other lands.

Tap: Add {{R}} or {{G}} to your mana pool.

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Copperline Gorge Discussion

Piebye726 on Red green blue stomp?

2 months ago

I see your deck and I immediately think back to the first deck I made on this website. For starters I think that you should remove your blue mana cards, sinceSavage Knuckleblade isn't worth splashing that blue mana. Most of your creatures cost too much mana, so I would suggest cards like goblin guide or monastery swiftspear. Green isn't really my thing, tbh so i don't think I can give you a lot of advice on that, but for a deck like yours, I would suggest cutting the 1 copy cards that you have and replacing a few of them with lightning bolt until you have a full 4 copies of that spell in your deck. You also need better lands, so look up Stomping Ground, and Wooded Foothills, Copperline Gorge, and other stuff. If you want some better red cards, check out my deck. Just click on my profile and select "a lit deck(pun intended)" on my profile. Another way is to check out Gruul Aggro builds on sites like mtg goldfish or pro players to see what they put in and why.

Magic takes a long time for you to get good at, and don't give up!

GeminiSpartanX on Budget Ponza

3 months ago

Looking at your list, I'd rather not try to make the Valakut plan work, since you always need green mana on turn 1 for an elf/sprawl. The order of good dual lands to have in Ponza normally goes as such: fetchlands, shocklands (Stomping Ground), fastlands (Copperline Gorge), Cinder Glade (this moves up a spot if you have fetchlands), then Karplusan Forest or Rootbound Crag. Utopia Sprawl needs to enchant a land with the 'forest' subtype, so having dual lands without that subtype don't help when you draw hands with sprawl as your acceleration in certain cases. Copperline Gorge gets the nod over Rootbound Crag simply because you need untapped lands in the beginning of the game and seeing an opening hand with a Cinder Glade and Rootbound Crag as your only lands means you're going to be behind. For right now, I'd drop the valakut in favor of a Kessig Wolf Run, and swap some rootbound crags for more forests and work towards getting the lands over time. The Ponza facebook page often has people looking to sell their ponza decks or pieces of their decks, so you could try there to find a deal. Otherwise just work on getting the lands as you can, starting with Wooded Foothills and Stomping Ground

As far as threats go, Inferno Titan shouldn't be out of the budget for most players since I think it still costs around $2, and you only need 2-3 copies. The threats you have now are fine, but once someone plays a 4/5 goyf against you you'll find that you'll wish you had something that goes over top of it. Titan also sweeps away tokens and small creatures which can otherwise be a problem for our non-trampling beaters, so I'd look to pick up at least 2 copies in place of your 2nd courser and a huntmaster. (courser is really good when you have Tireless Tracker and Chandra, Torch of Defiance synergies to go with it. Otherwise it's just ok.)

Other than that, I agree with everything clayperce has suggested. Blood Moon has had some recent reprints which means it's likely as cheap as its going to get for a while right now. Ponza needs a lot of things to go right in order to win its games, so you want to fight against your deck as little as possible for it to do what you want it to do, which makes building a budget version hard since it really needs the best lands and Blood Moons. Good luck though!

DemonDragonJ on When Will WotC Reprint the ...

4 months ago

WotC has been really good about ensuring that some of the best dual lands are affordable by reprinting such lands; they reprinted the allied-colored checklands in Ixalan, the enemy-colored checklands in Dominaria, and, most significantly, the enemy-colored filter lands in Masters 25.

Therefore, I believe that it is very safe to presume that WotC shall eventually reprint the allied-colored filter lands, which are now very expensive, but the only question is when they shall do so.

Given that WotC reprinted the enemy-colored checklands only two sets after reprinting the allied-colored ones, I would like to say that WotC will reprint the allied-colored filter lands only two sets after Dominaria, but that cannot be guaranteed, since WotC waited for many sets between the allied-colored and enemy-colored checklands and "fastlands" (Blackcleave Cliffs, Copperline Gorge, etc.) and still has not printed enemy-colored versions of the "battle lands" (Sunken Hollow, Canopy Vista, and so forth).

I personally believe that WotC will reprint the allied-colored filter lands within the next year or two, but that is my optimistic opinion, and others may feel differently about the matter.

What does everyone else say about this? When will WotC reprint the allied-colored filter lands?

yugo0075 on bloodbraid aggro

5 months ago

Wild Nacatl could also be a great addition while I'm at it (alongside a single Temple Garden or Sacred Foundry perhaps).

Ps : If you have the budget for it, think of adding Copperline Gorge to your mana base too.

Dsouba on Budget Bogles

5 months ago

Ive found that playing boggles casually at fnm is hard because the point of running this deck is being fast, like turn 4 fast. Its better to run Temple Garden , Sunpetal Grove or Copperline Gorge than Canopy Vista. this may seem not important but its terrible to have a vista on your starting hand, just running it is a bad idea.

lukas96 on The Return of Taylor Swiftspear: Modern Atarka Red

5 months ago

Burning Tree Emmissary seams a little weird because he doesnt do much for your deck. Have you thought about Kiln Fiend? He works very well with the rest of your deck.

Cinder Glade seems to slow for your deck you might want to replace them with Copperline Gorge.

Lightning Berserker is indeed a litzle slow for modern and wexing devil is not a good replacent for it either. Apostle's Blessing should be good maybe you want to play some of those.

xyr0s on Help building Bloodbraid elf burn ...

6 months ago

No matter what, you also need better lands. Can't afford fetches and shocks? hmmm.... there's still shadowlands Game Trail, checklands Rootbound Crag, fastlands Copperline Gorge, painlands Karplusan Forest, cyclelands Sheltered Thicket, and whatever else you can find. Mostly, your lands should come into play untapped, since you want to play aggressively.

Guydo on Werewolf

7 months ago

Mana bases in modern are usually 7 fetchlands + ~4 shocklands:

+4 Wooded Foothills

+4 Stomping grounds

I would also play about 2 Rootbound Crag and maybe 1 or 2 of either Copperline Gorge or Karplusan Forest

+4 Lightning Bolt (They are not even expensive)

-2 Mondronen Shaman  Flip

+2 Huntmaster of the Fells  Flip (Best creature for midrange decks)

-2 Instigator Gang  Flip (We have a lot of 4 mana creatures, which makes the deck slower and less aggressive/efficient)

-1 land

+3/4 Collected Company

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