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|Duel Decks: Elspeth vs. Tezzeret (DDF)||Uncommon|
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At the beginning of your upkeep, choose one - Put a +1/+1 counter on target artifact creature; or put a charge counter on target noncreature artifact.
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Energy Chamber Discussion
2 months ago
Okay, so I finally had some time to come by and take a closer look! First, I suspect you know this, but Crow Storm, Five-Finger Discount, and are silver-bordered and thus not legal in commander. Many playgroups will allow them, though, which is fine if yours lets you. With that being said, Bronze Tablet is beyond banned: it permanently exchanges ownership of a card, an effect that is never ever allowed under any circumstances in modern Magic. I know it's in the sideboard, but it's not even worth having there.
Second, this deck looks a lot better than the first time I stopped by here! It has a tighter focus and more focus on a specific goal: steal if you can, mill if you can't. You're still on a budget, so I'll do my best to keep that in mind. I don't know if you're opposed to infinite combos, but Bloodchief Ascension is great here: just a great card anyway with mill, but doubly awesome when it goes infinite to kill opponents with Mindcrank. Mnemonic Betrayal might be exactly up your alley, as might Lazav, Dimir Mastermind and/or Lazav, the Multifarious. You also could use some more decent draw effects, like Rain of Notions, Read the Bones, etc.
Beyond that, Mastermind's Acquisition doesn't function in EDH unless your playgroup is playing with unusual rules (the second mode just doesn't do anything). My first cuts would be Energy Chamber, Feroz's Ban, Glasses of Urza, Magistrate's Scepter, Spellbook, Mastermind's Acquisition, and Peek. I hope that helps!
3 months ago
Oh, Trading Post plus Mycosynth Lattice plus and infinite mana loop plus Voltaic Construct plus some way to turn Trading Post into a creature = infinite life and basically a tutor loop. Also, I recommend Elixir of Immortality to let you loop your graveyard through your deck over and over again.
Again, if you don't want to fit these in, they're expensive, but they are fun.
Really, you won't always see these combos, but when you do see the occasional one they are super epic. Oh, the Trading Post loop triggers Glassdust Hulk as well because the Goats are artifacts with Mycosynth Lattice.
3 months ago
I have a similar deck, I might put it on TappedOut soon (but without infect). If I do, I'll post the full decklist here :)
Some good cards from my deck are:
6 months ago
Oh completely forgot about your comment Woiteck sorry ! I really don't have an opinion about Efficient Construction it just seems not that strong in my case ( Also im gonna cheat out most of the artifacts in my games and put into play effects do not trigger in that case) . Thopter Spy Network instead is pretty useful i think. Basically same as Myr Turbine just with an additional draw trigger when playing offensive. Any clue what i should cut for that ? Astral Cornucopia and Energy Chamber : Really don't wanna go in that direction. Eventhough you could go for Lux Cannon, i don't think this will work out that great. Not worth what i would need to get them into play in my eyes.
6 months ago
6 months ago
A draw engine is a two card synergy that results in repeatable card draw. I run a Mardu deck so most of the cards will be in colors. I've numbered each engine so you just need to post the engine number followed by your personal score for each. (Feel free to skip any since the list is lengthy. No card is mentioned more than once however.)
A score means the draw engine is janky, unreliable, clunky, inefficient, etc. Basically an engine you'd never consider running under any circumstance. A score means the draw engine is consistent, reliable, fast, and effecient at drawing cards. This score signifies a considerable auto-include for any EDH deck.
Not all draw engines need to be rated. Rating the ones that are the most interesting will do. This feedback will be crucial for other people when considering what draw engine to use for their decks.
7 months ago
I imagine the card would be hard to use unless your whole deck is focused on charge counters. My Atraxa deck is all about charge counters and proliferating, so it works well in there as a payoff card. When you're using cards like Energy Chamber, Coretapper, Astral Cornucopia, Voltaic Key, and Everflowing Chalice you can get enough mana to go infinite.
Not really a competitive EDH strategy, but profilerating is alot of fun.
7 months ago
You should check out my Lux Cannon Deck, I got it to work nearly perfectly! I can start destroying permanents by turn 5. Highest mana cost is a 4 drop (that being Lux Cannon.