Crucible of Worlds

Crucible of Worlds

Artifact

You may play land cards from your graveyard.

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Set Rarity
Core Set 2019 (M19) Mythic Rare
Masterpiece Series: Kaladesh Inventions (MPS) Mythic Rare
Tenth Edition (10E) Rare
Fifth Dawn (5DN) Rare
Promo Set (000) Rare

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Legality

Format Legality
Pioneer Legal
Highlander Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Legacy Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Casual Legal
Vintage Legal
Leviathan Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Unformat Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Custom Legal
Historic Legal
Limited Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Arena Legal

Crucible of Worlds occurrence in decks from the last year

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Crucible of Worlds Discussion

TheRealSpecialK on Land Interaction

1 day ago

Field of the Dead + Vesuva + Thespian's Stage can be pretty backbreaking, especially if you are running lots of fetches, things that allow you to play multiple lands a turn such as Cultivate or Azusa, Lost but Seeking, Crucible of Worlds effects, and things like Ancient Greenwarden. Oboro, Palace in the Clouds is a great option because as long as you have your commander, it isn't a dead card, and it also plays into the Field of the Dead (or any land combo that involves a land entering the battlefield) - consistently ensuring you have a land each turn.

LitchOubliette on Commander Staples Cube

2 days ago

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lorthosthetidebaker on Jormungandr the Powersnake

2 days ago

Came for the simic, stayed for the layout.

Since your strategy leans on Crucible of Worlds or Words of Wind (which is an awesome card that I now want to build around, thanks for that), I'd consider adding Fabricate and an Isochron Scepter package. Scepter could be flexible here with either a Growth Spiral or Counterspell tucked under it.

Song of the Dryads is among the best removal spells in commander and would slot in nicely here. In addition, since you're giving them the forest, you could play Submerge which fits the world serpent unleashing the sea.

Overall, awesome deck. I play a lot of simic and sea monsters. The only thing I don't like about Aesi is that it took wizards this long to print it.

channelfireball12345 on Moraug Marauds the Battlefield!

1 week ago

How about Mouth of Ronom for some land utility/spot removal recurrable with Crucible of Worlds? All you'd have to do to accommodate it is add some Snow-Covered Mountains

Epicurus on Yarok, Landlubber

2 weeks ago

goldlion I have actually found that my favorite land combo is to have either Crucible of Worlds or Ramunap Excavator, a couple permanents that allow additional lands, and either Strip Mine or Wasteland, and then destroy a few lands every turn. But the playing lands from graveyard plus playing additional lands dynamic is also effective with a couple landfall effects and any of the fetch lands, so as to create even more triggers. So the specific land fetch like Expedition Map might be helpful, but I'm also considering Fabricate and maybe a Demonic Tutor for the Crucible.

Thanks again for all the suggestions!

Azielle on A Tail of Two Love Stories

2 weeks ago

Have at it GsG_Esel_YT

The file is in Numbers: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BiLgbv6D9h5JJVZ4BKpqr1Oqc63wCIAV/view?usp=sharing

I just set up Google Drive now, so forgive me if I did it wrong, but I think that should have open sharing by way of the link.

And yes, Growth spiral is definitely another placeholder spot that will likely change. It's hard to see on this site because it shuffles the card order up, but my 5-card ordering blocks not only lay out and balance needed mechanics, but each 5-card block has its own pattern with regards to the art styles, card colours, and mechanics. Might notice the patterns a bit if you unhide the spreadsheet columns, but it's easiest to see if you leaf through the deck when in order. For me, and specifically for the three decks I have posted on this site, fitting a card like Crucible of Worlds back in means I've got to re-balance the whole puzzle, from CMC to art, to card types. The spreadsheet helps me to balance a functional deck with an artistic OCD overkill project.

I'll find a way to get the Crucible back in there, I just have a little puzzling to do ;)

Azielle on A Tail of Two Love Stories

2 weeks ago

Have at it GsG_Esel_YT

The file is in Pages: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BiLgbv6D9h5JJVZ4BKpqr1Oqc63wCIAV/view?usp=sharing

I just set up Google Drive now, so forgive me if I did it wrong, but I think that should have open sharing by way of the link.

And yes, Growth spiral is definitely another placeholder spot that will likely change. It's hard to see on this site because it shuffles the card order up, but my 5-card ordering blocks not only lay out and balance needed mechanics, but each 5-card block has its own pattern with regards to the art styles, card colours, and mechanics. Might notice the patterns a bit if you unhide the spreadsheet columns, but it's easiest to see if you leaf through the deck when in order. For me, and specifically for the three decks I have posted on this site, fitting a card like Crucible of Worlds back in means I've got to re-balance the whole puzzle, from CMC to art, to card types. The spreadsheet helps me to balance a functional deck with an artistic OCD overkill project.

I'll find a way to get the Crucible back in there, I just have a little puzzling to do ;)

Azielle on A Tail of Two Love Stories

2 weeks ago

Thanks GsG_Esel_YT

The categories pull over from the spreadsheet I use as a template when I'm building. I find if I have charts staring at me while I build, I stay on point for curve/mana base, and I'm less likely to come up light on threats/answers. Feel free to use anything on my profile, or message me if you'd like me to send the spreadsheet this came from so you can repurpose it for your decks :)

Crucible of Worlds is one of my staples, and it's sitting in a box waiting to go back into this deck. Ramunap Excavator is currently occupying the slot it was in. I love the art on Crucible, and I really want it in that slot, but Ramunap Excavator just screams synergy with a deck that's all tutor, blink, and recursion of creatures. I may work it in by removing Oracle of Mul Daya. This deck has shifted strongly toward tutor/combo playstyle, and I often find I don't want my next play revealed.

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