When Endless Horizons enters the battlefield, search your library for any number of Plains cards and remove them from the game. Then shuffle your library.
At the beginning of your upkeep, you may put a card you own removed from the game with Endless Horizons into your hand.
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Endless Horizons Discussion
3 weeks ago
I'd suggest looking into some mana rocks to help secure your mana, since you'll need a chunk more to cast others' spells. Land Tax Weathered Wayfarer Sol Ring Azorius Signet Gilded Lotus Worn Powerstone are all great and usually cheap. Though land tax and weathered are kinda pricey. If your playgroup doesn't run a lot of enchantment hate, Endless Horizons is a great substitute for land tax as a land-drop guarantee.
1 month ago
4x Endless Horizons seems like it could result in dead cards. I suggest maybe dialing that back to 2x. Faith's Shield could be really useful protecting your creature[s]. Nevermore will probably be pretty useful, too.
2 months ago
First of all, you definitely want Lightning Greaves for this deck, whether it's to replace Swiftfoot Boots or not. Also, Wrath of God is objectively better than Day of Judgment, as well as not much more expensive. Ironclad Slayer would be a good addition for recursion (as is Mistveil Plains) and is probably better than having three shields which do the same thing; Kite Shield is redundant and could easily be replaced with a substantially better equipment, such as the aforementioned Greaves. Also, budget or not, you really want Enlightened Tutor to increase consistency even (Steelshaper's Gift is another good tutor option). If you are going to run so many Plains, you really want to have Endless Horizons in here so you can filter your deck and make it move even quicker than it already does. Of course, Land Tax also allows you to filter the deck a bit, and is probably worth every penny to get.
Other equipment to consider: Basilisk Collar, Godsend, Deathrender, Vorrac Battlehorns, Trepanation Blade, Armory of Iroas, Skullclamp, Quietus Spike, Darksteel Plate, Trailblazer's Boots, Moonsilver Spear, Infiltration Lens and Strata Scythe.
2 months ago
Decent is a stretch but Gold Myr and Endless Horizons can technically be called ramp. Other options are Solemn Simulacrum, Palladium Myr, and Everflowing Chalice. Other than those I think your better off including green for stuff like Birds of Paradise, Utopia Sprawl, and Noble Hierarch.
2 months ago
Maxpphire By the time you reach turns 5 and 6 where you can cast Caged Sun or Gauntlet of Power the game is usually already over or it's about to be. Extraplanar Lens is a decent option for mono white, but it still won't be enough. You NEED fast mana to have a fighting chance in cEDH, no question. White is arguably the worst in terms of ramping. Cards like Land Tax and Endless Horizons simply guarantee that you'll have lands to play they're not gonna help you race other decks. I agree that the voltron route isn't the best way of doing 8.5 tails, but your deck needs quite a bit more high end cards to be an example of a cEDH viable 8.5 tails list. As a previous pilot of 8.5 tails I'm aware of the potential strengths that he has, but I don't think he's tier 2.5 worthy.
2 months ago
Archwizard I really don't need Fast Mana when I have ways to easily double or triple my mana base thanks to Caged Sun, Extraplanar Lens, and Gauntlet of Power and I consistently get one of them if not two of them. Land Tax and Endless Horizons also helps me get my mana base out. I will admit that Angel's Grace is a fantastic suggestion, but I also have ways of being able to exile/Destroy creatures fairly easily. The fact that I hermit down was a comment on myself of not being able to pilot my own deck as properly as it could be piloted. If I was more aggressive I'd be a bit better.
I'm not even asking that Eight-and-a-Half-Tails is Tier one. It's not and I know it, but I think it would better fit in the 2.5 list as if you play properly to it's strengths, you can make a devastating deck with it. Most of the decks being "Lets buff a single creature and attack with it protecting it with 8.5 tails" is not playing to its strength as a card.
3 months ago
Font of Fertility
Genju of the Fields
Mark of Eviction
Seal of Removal
Vessel of Nascency
Wild Growth, Overgrowth, Fertile Ground, Gift of Paradise, Verdant Haven, Weirding Wood, Annex, Utopia Sprawl, Dawn's Reflection, Frontier Siege, Market Festival,
Font of Fortunes
Oath of Lieges
Seal of Cleansing and Seal of Primordium
Ancestral Mask, Auramancer's Guise,
Bounty of the Luxa
Collective Restraint, Dissipation Field,
Eidolon of Blossoms
Trial of Knowledge
Honden of Seeing Winds
Sigil of the Empty Throne
Fable of Wolf and Owl
Aura of Silence
Rest in Peace, Web of Inertia combo
3 months ago
i like the freshness of this deck.
You should probably run some fetches, and instead of 1x Endless Horizons and 1x Heliod, God of the Sun, you should consider running 2x Supreme Verdict mainboard. i also would HIGHLY recommend at least 3x Path to Exile between the sideboard and mainboard, path is the premier removal spell in terms of efficiency for modern.